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This fella has issues.
posted by bluedaniel to Etiquette/Policy at 11:07 PM (114 comments total)

He's such a bastard!
posted by crusiera at 11:08 PM on January 5, 2005


It seems pretty clear that if people can get banned for posting a goatse URL in the title of a post, crusiera should be permabanned for posting a link that both violates privacy (the copying and submission of clipboard data) and is clearly a GNAA troll.
posted by cmonkey at 11:12 PM on January 5, 2005


OH MAN....
posted by Steve_at_Linnwood at 11:17 PM on January 5, 2005


What a winner.
posted by stet at 11:17 PM on January 5, 2005


Both of those were supposed to be twice as long as they are now. Apparently there is a limit to how much can appear in a single comment.
posted by crusiera at 11:17 PM on January 5, 2005


Gee, tough call. Maybe he slipped a little over the line, but he seems genuinely sorry.

Mark it FUCKING ZERO
posted by squirrel at 11:19 PM on January 5, 2005


There is something a bit odd - he's like half upstanding contributor, and half troll. Interesting parentage, maybe? ;)
posted by abcde at 11:22 PM on January 5, 2005


Apparently there is a limit to how much can appear in a single comment.

...but apparently no bounds whatsoever on the urgency of your desire to get banned.
posted by juv3nal at 11:22 PM on January 5, 2005


your mom goes to college!
posted by crusiera at 11:22 PM on January 5, 2005


"Wet clean-up in aisle four."
posted by ..ooOOoo....ooOOoo.. at 11:23 PM on January 5, 2005


He actually spent five bucks for that shit?
posted by jefbla at 11:25 PM on January 5, 2005


and it is the first time he's done something like this

the link is perfectly safe; it goes to monkeyfilter
posted by crusiera at 11:26 PM on January 5, 2005


And i'm a cripple, too!
posted by crusiera at 11:27 PM on January 5, 2005


Wow, what a douchebag.
posted by fenriq at 11:29 PM on January 5, 2005


Mm, this maybe seems like an account where somebody forgot to log out or something, and now hilarity has ensued courtesy of a jokey Delta House brother.
posted by merlinmann at 11:29 PM on January 5, 2005


DELTA DELTA DELTA
/\ /\ /\
posted by crusiera at 11:30 PM on January 5, 2005


This Post says it all.
posted by anomie at 11:30 PM on January 5, 2005


Oh, I kinda like him. Those two poems he posted were really good.
posted by Doug at 11:33 PM on January 5, 2005


merlinmann: My thoughts as well. The post history seems good before tonight, and he even took a callout on his grammar / spelling maturely.

The confounding part of it all is that whoever is posting as crusiera was aware of the whole MetaFilter Flash Friday thing.
posted by SemiSophos at 11:33 PM on January 5, 2005


Where IS Matt, by the way? I've been joking (half-joking) that he's gonna kill us when he gets back, but considering how screwy today is, what with Alex being a drama queen and this whole thing, I'm surprised he hasn't come swooping in by now to.... well.. I don't think he's gonna be pleased.

(Not that I expect him to be on call every second you understand, just seems odd.)
posted by John Kenneth Fisher at 11:34 PM on January 5, 2005


anyone stupid enough to click on a tinyurl link deserves what they got
posted by crusiera at 11:36 PM on January 5, 2005


With apologies to 1:

I recall when we interviewed Matt live on air from nyc. I was so fucking proud. There I am, fortunate to share time with remarkable people within our studios; dignitaries, authors, politicians, filmmakers, musicians.

And I there I was... friggin star-struck at the cat whom I had long known for his works and the massive community that he developed. No red carpet, no Beamer, no paparazzi, just this quiet spoken dude who had an idea and ran with, to a point that 90% of NPR staff have this joint bookmarked.

Today that pride is a little sad. 'Still am star-struck, but now for many of my friends at MeFi, but the pride today has slouched shoulders.

This is embarrassing.

You know, www.whatthefuckmatt?.com is available.
posted by bluedaniel at 11:36 PM on January 5, 2005


You have shitty taste, my man.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 11:39 PM on January 5, 2005


One thing I wonder about GNAA is, do they have a specific animosity toward /. and the others they target, as being arrogant or conformist or whatnot, or do they pretty much think the whole internet is worthy of sabotage?
posted by abcde at 11:39 PM on January 5, 2005


BlueDaniel, it'll take time to weed out the dumbshits who don't need or really want to be here.

Bear with the site, growing pains are often ugly and MeFi is in that hideous gangly stage between young childhood and just after its first big growth spurt. And its teeth are all crooked.

What I'm wondering is where's Matt?
posted by fenriq at 11:41 PM on January 5, 2005


this is sad.
posted by poopy at 11:42 PM on January 5, 2005


It's like in Superman II, when Superman chooses to give up his powers just before General Zod invades.

President: "Superman! Where are you???"
posted by John Kenneth Fisher at 11:44 PM on January 5, 2005


I probably (as a pathetic newb) have no right to say this, but c'mon, Matt, I assume, does have a "clark kent" life that he has to take care of now and then, a life he has every right to retreat to whenever. And then, there's the kid on the way. Perhaps at some point, someone (well...Matt) ought to think about a second in command?
posted by stray at 11:47 PM on January 5, 2005


And there's no #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 or #7. And #8 ain't all that active.

Maybe he'll work up some means of covering the place so he can take some time off now and again with wanks coming in and shitting on the place.

'Cause only we can shit on the place.
posted by fenriq at 11:50 PM on January 5, 2005


Perhaps at some point, someone (well...Matt) ought to think about a second in command?

stray: My thoughts exactly. I'm going to suggest just that in a MeTa thread tomorrow. Tomorrow for two reasons. 1) I'm sure it's been discussed before, so i want to look at those threads first, and 2) because, right now, the last thing I want to do is open yet another front.
posted by John Kenneth Fisher at 11:51 PM on January 5, 2005


Well we know he is manually recording Spanish television on his Tivo at the moment, so maybe he is still up.
posted by ..ooOOoo....ooOOoo.. at 11:54 PM on January 5, 2005


Do you think maybe it's something he ought to be e-mailed about (although I suppose it is an important "community" issue that would have to be discussed)? Don't want to pull the carpet out from under the guy.
posted by stray at 11:59 PM on January 5, 2005


Well, at least it wasn't me.
posted by angry modem at 12:01 AM on January 6, 2005


filibuster?
posted by Tenuki at 12:05 AM on January 6, 2005


Stop. Stop stop stop. I'm here to confront you. You are hurting America.
posted by painquale at 12:07 AM on January 6, 2005


Hey, he lives in the same town as me.
posted by angry modem at 12:15 AM on January 6, 2005


this seems like just as good a place as any... i would love a metasection for movie/book reviews/discussion by mefi users. has this been discussed before?
posted by poopy at 12:27 AM on January 6, 2005


Good idea poopy.
posted by bluedaniel at 12:29 AM on January 6, 2005


Thanks for the $5, sucker!
posted by Civil_Disobedient at 12:33 AM on January 6, 2005


You know, it dawns on me that Matt's got a shitload of work to digest when he wakes in the morning, including some bans I assume.

Please don't consider this callout thread a sarcastic post of all the others this evening, I was serious when making this post.
posted by bluedaniel at 12:35 AM on January 6, 2005


Mind you, to simplify the work ahead, deleting all the posts, including this one, is very much in order I suppose, no?
posted by bluedaniel at 12:37 AM on January 6, 2005


Yeah. Poor Matt. I'm almost tempted to send him a synopsis so he doesn't have to trudge through three sections and multiple threads to assess and address the damage... But I'm hoping he does actually have some behind-the-scenes helpers.
posted by taz at 12:43 AM on January 6, 2005


deleting just the AlexReynold dupes should be enough. This particular thread is most definitely warranted, if for no other reason than to show his behaviour across multiple sites which he so graciously provided us :)
posted by poopy at 12:43 AM on January 6, 2005


This settles it. Opening signups was a bad idea. Ban all the noobs!
posted by squidlarkin at 12:45 AM on January 6, 2005


Hopelessly inadequate. If I was trying to get banned, I'd be much more subtle. I mean, why shoot your wad in five minutes when you could subtly drag it out over weeks or months?

Cruisiera, I can't believe you'd proudly display your inept attempts at trolling MoFi. Unless you're trying to set some sort of record for number of sites you've been banned from...
posted by tracicle at 1:30 AM on January 6, 2005


Bannination to ensue!


Trogdooooor!
posted by madman at 2:49 AM on January 6, 2005


Anybody else suspect this may be a current member who has the need to push the troll envelope and a fistful of fivers burning a hole in his pocket?

Has anyone seen ParisParamus and crusiera in the same room at the same time? Hmmm?
posted by sic at 2:53 AM on January 6, 2005


Jesus, crusiera, was that really worth five bucks?
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 4:06 AM on January 6, 2005


I actually thought it was angry at first (now I'm leaning toward the idea of an angry modem fanclub member). I definitely don't think it's Paris, who, as far as I can tell, acts perfectly fine outside of political threads (and I don't really know how he acts in political threads since I spend almost no time in these discussions - but I gather this is where he has earned his reputation).
posted by taz at 4:06 AM on January 6, 2005


Wait, this isn't the Alex Reynolds party!

Dammit, I'm lost again.
posted by Mr Bismarck at 4:20 AM on January 6, 2005



Jesus, crusiera, was that really worth five bucks?


Dude, he saved $85 on medication this week. That's a net profit of about $70.
posted by The God Complex at 4:26 AM on January 6, 2005


Fuckwad.
posted by tr33hggr at 5:00 AM on January 6, 2005


anyone stupid enough to click on a tinyurl link deserves what they got

BWAHAHAHAH..... Oh, what a fucking moron. Dude, see that guy over there with that three-card game? You can win shitloads of money on that, dude. I KNOW he won't con YOU because YOU'RE SO FUCKING CLEVER, dude....

The really annoying thing (or the really cool thing, depending on how you look at it) is that people who say shit like "anyone stupid enough to click on a tinyurl link deserves what they got" are not only easy to con, but they damn near never learn anything from it -- so they remain just as painfully easy to con.
posted by lodurr at 5:18 AM on January 6, 2005


I definitely don't think it's Paris...

Oh, Paris annoys the hell out of me, but he's no mindless chuckleheaded vandal like this punk-wannabe. If he did something nasty (and I've never been aware of anything he's done that was even remotely like this), he'd mean it and he'd know why -- not like this moron, who doesn't even understand why he shits on things.
posted by lodurr at 5:25 AM on January 6, 2005


Hmm... Guide me fellow members, guide me.

>>> This way to the exit, jackass.
posted by mds35 at 6:06 AM on January 6, 2005


What I'm wondering is where's Matt?

Hey -- guys? Matt lives on the other coast. Manual recording or not, I'm pretty sure (I hope) that he's still asleep. Those of you too young to remember Jrun errors might not realize that.

He'll deal with all of this when he wakes up, I'm sure.
posted by anastasiav at 6:23 AM on January 6, 2005


Look, I am the real crusiera. I have no idea how the hell it happened. I am only logged in to MEFi on one computer. It was a good MeFi run while it lasted but I'm just posting an apology to all. I wasnt involved in any of those posts. Someone hacked my account and posted filth. So from the real crusiera, I'm sorry.
posted by crusiera at 6:27 AM on January 6, 2005


Matt you will regret opening signups after this.

That was a neat bit of foreshadowing. And you have to almost admire the willingness to be patient and not explode until a) over a month later and b) when the one person who can fix his fuckups is gone.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 6:27 AM on January 6, 2005


Ill enjoy MeFi at a distance now I guess.
posted by crusiera at 6:29 AM on January 6, 2005


And if anybody says anything vulgur with my ID after this, I am so sorry. I would never do anything like this to MeFi. But now Matt will delete me and after a pretty good first FFP. KLet me reiterate, I am Aaron the real crusiera and I never ever did those posts and comments. Sorry to soubd so fanatical but I am soooo pissed right now. Between this and not being able to get into my Yahoo account, not a good way to start the mornig at all.
posted by crusiera at 6:34 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't buy that shit at all. Remember that crusiera said: Matt you will regret opening signups after this.

Feigning ignorance is is a pretty common tactic.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 6:41 AM on January 6, 2005


I am not going to beg you to let me stay but I will say for now, a huge apology to all Mefi members and readers for having that filth on MeFi. One big apology to Matt. It was nice to be here even though for a few months. Cheers all,
Aaron
posted by crusiera at 6:42 AM on January 6, 2005


Well, I believe Matt has the IP of all posts, so he might be able to get to the bottom of this in a little bit.

crusiera, do you have a lame password or something? a keyboard sniffer a friend installed as a prank? what gives?
posted by taumeson at 6:44 AM on January 6, 2005


Bollocks!
posted by mds35 at 6:45 AM on January 6, 2005


P. S. That regretting signups thing wasnt foreshadowing at all. Look I am innocent, I dont know how to prove it but I am, I swear. You just gotta trust me on this one. My password is not that easy to figure out but i have posted it on bugmenot for a differnt community so I am not sure if they just figured it out. Not smart at all.
posted by crusiera at 6:48 AM on January 6, 2005


ANGRY MODEM'S ACCOUNT HAS BEEN HACKED.
posted by esch at 6:49 AM on January 6, 2005


Yeah i hope he has the ip's logged. I would shit a brick if someone hijacked my mefi account.
posted by sourbrew at 7:04 AM on January 6, 2005


B O L L O C K S !
posted by mds35 at 7:06 AM on January 6, 2005


Idiots.

Crusiera knew exactly what he was doing - he is a mastermind. Count how many times he used the words fuck, cock, tits, shit, boobs, everywhere on metafilter, metatalk, and ask me, before all of his posts were deleted by Matt, who is obviously trying to keep this information for himself. 2,005, exactly. Crusiera is 16 years old. 1-6. Today's date is 1-6, 2005 - the date that he was ordered to pass on the secret code. Now rearrange the letters in crusiera. Aries cru. Aries is the sign of the Ram. Cru is leet speak for crew. The Ram Crew. The St Louis Rams. Now multiple 2005 (how often each word was used) by 5 (for each word - fuck, cock, tits, shit, boobs...) to get 10,025. The exact number of hot dogs that were sold last weekend at the Big and Beefy Hot Dog kiosk at the Edward Jones Dome, the stadium where the Rams play in St. Louis. Now. Rearrange the letters in fuck cock tits shit boobs, you get cubbish foots ticktocks. Translate that into Italian: ticktocks dei foots del cubbish. The first letter of each word: TDFDC. Rearrange the letters to FTDDC, which stands for Find The Divine Deity's Cup. The Holy Grail.

The Holy Grail is hidden somewhere beneath the grill in the Big and Beefy Hot Dog Kiosk!
posted by iconomy at 7:07 AM on January 6, 2005 [5 favorites]


iconomy, you just made my day.
posted by saladin at 7:12 AM on January 6, 2005


I love you iconomy. :)
posted by riffola at 7:15 AM on January 6, 2005


Numerology is a power for both good and evil. iconomy, that was evil. *grin*

If I had a nickel every time I heard "no, really, my account was hacked" every time someone did something abysmally stupid on a blog, IRC, MMORPG, etc...
posted by FormlessOne at 7:24 AM on January 6, 2005


iconomy, thank-you. You managed, in a single paragraph, to somehow make the better part of a stormbound morning spent wading through the sewage of the last 24 hours worthwhile.
posted by cedar at 7:24 AM on January 6, 2005


cruseira, if what you say is true, then you'll want to find whoever did this and kick the shit out of them.

I won't insult you with restating the lessons about personal security I hope you've learned here, but obviously this has been a recurring issue.

And if this "hacker friend" is actually you (either intentionally or not), then maybe you need your meds adjusted.


And iconomy, I loved your other books, especially Foucault's Pendulum. You know, they make SO MUCH SENSE!
posted by chicobangs at 7:26 AM on January 6, 2005


iconomy, that was beautiful.
posted by cmyk at 7:26 AM on January 6, 2005


Wow, iconomy. That was awesome.

Crusiera, I believe you ... I think. I want to believe you. But the account has to be deleted, and you'll have to shell out another $5 and set up a new account as penance for having moronic friends who'd do something like this. Or for posting your password semi-publicly. Might as well get on that now, if you want to stay.
posted by Alt F4 at 7:27 AM on January 6, 2005


I suppose we can also add that the concept of posting your user ID and password for a community web site to BugMeNot is not only completely contrary to the point of BugMeNot but also completely fucking moronic?

I believe you, but Jesus, man, what kind of shitty thing to do is that? The purpose of user signups on any board is to make users individual specifically to avoid shit like this. What- did you want some random person to sign up and post this shit on THAT board?
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 7:38 AM on January 6, 2005


i guess he meant he uses the same pwd for different sites.
posted by andrew cooke at 7:41 AM on January 6, 2005


(or she, sorry)
posted by andrew cooke at 7:41 AM on January 6, 2005


iconomy - The picture of a dog in your profile is the best cute animal photo i have ever seen... and i as a rule hate cute animal photos. Also the joke impeccable.... what's your going rate on a hit job?
posted by sourbrew at 7:45 AM on January 6, 2005


Who knew iconomy was actually troutfishing? Or vice versa.
posted by darukaru at 7:49 AM on January 6, 2005


xq - read more carefully before you activate your selfrighteous powers of scorn.
posted by jonson at 7:55 AM on January 6, 2005


(sniff sniff) iconomy... (sniff)... that was... (sniff) that was beautiful.
posted by bluedaniel at 7:59 AM on January 6, 2005


It's almost credible. Someone goes to bugmenot to get a login for that other community, but recognizes cruisera's name from MeFi or MoFi and decides to see if it works here. Then has a ball. If that's the case, then the "good" and "bad" cruisera postings will have been posted from different networks, something Matt can check by doing a reverse lookup on the IP address.

On the other hand, why bother? Posting your username and password on bugmenot is certainly grounds for account deletion, even if it doesn't actually say "hey guess what this works on MetaFilter too."
posted by George_Spiggott at 8:05 AM on January 6, 2005


iconomy, nicely done. I always love coming across the silver turd in the pile. And yeah, I do mean that in a good way.

On Preview: Why would anyone post their personal username and password to any site so others could go in and munge the works? I'm sorry, Aaron cruisera, you may be a victim here but you all but handed the knife to your mugger and that is incredibly stupid.

Which reminds, I'm going to go change my password right now.
posted by fenriq at 8:21 AM on January 6, 2005


xq - read more carefully before you activate your selfrighteous powers of scorn.

From above:

My password is not that easy to figure out but i have posted it on bugmenot for a differnt community so I am not sure if they just figured it out. Not smart at all.

He says he posted it on bugmenot for a different site, and someone extrapolated it to MetaFilter. What's your problem now?
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 8:22 AM on January 6, 2005


OP: George and fenriq noticed it too. Read more carefully before you activate your self-righteous powers of petty grudges.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 8:25 AM on January 6, 2005


Smells vaguely of Settle/Kettleblack, but I just can't be sure.
posted by PinkStainlessTail at 8:27 AM on January 6, 2005


?
posted by nims at 8:40 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't believe crusiera, unless maybe they are denying both this and the monkeyfilter posting as well.

I think if we give them one more chance, we'll just get bitten on the ass, followed by a hardy "ha, ha, fooled you again".

Even if it is an innocent (albeit surprisingly dumb) 16-18 year old,
banning will be a good lesson in secure password management.
posted by milovoo at 9:09 AM on January 6, 2005


OH GOD!! It's login all over again!!

That was awesome, iconomy.
posted by graventy at 9:13 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't believe crusiera

You would have to be brain dead to believe him. After the MoFi debacle, anyone who wasn't congenitally retarded would have posted, say, a MeTa thread asking to be banned before his or her account was used inappropriately.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 9:16 AM on January 6, 2005


crusiera, maybe just get another account and start over if you're really a victim.
posted by spaghetti at 9:17 AM on January 6, 2005


I think ParisParamus is someone's alter ego, just trying to get a rise out of the left-leaning Mefites. If you take it from that angle, all his comments make a lot more sense, and it's rather amusing watching others scramble to oppose.
posted by Mach3avelli at 9:18 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't believe crusiera either. Is there any good reason to, other than goodwill mixed with credulousness? Does anybody here remember Kaycee?
posted by languagehat at 9:20 AM on January 6, 2005


I liked Settle.
posted by dong_resin at 9:20 AM on January 6, 2005


Good find, nims. I can't believe someone would be so stupid.
posted by me3dia at 9:32 AM on January 6, 2005


So crusiera is evanizer?
posted by tr33hggr at 9:57 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't know if I believe Cruisera or not, but it seems pretty academic to me.

We are either talking about a bad user or a compromised account. Either way, the account has the be shut down.

Then it's Cruisera's job to try to find out who took over his account and how (if that's what actually happened). Until he has done that, he can't keep up his half of the implied contract of keeping the login ID and password he provides to metafilter during signup confidential.

When he has sorted that out, he can pay another $5, and if any tomfoolery happens at that point, it either indicates that he was the original jackass (permanent bannage), or that he didn't track down a security leak, even though it was clear it existed, before signing back up (also permanent bannage).
posted by Bugbread at 10:13 AM on January 6, 2005


George and fenriq noticed it too. Read more carefully before you activate your self-righteous powers of petty grudges.

What? jonson's point stil lstands in my mind: he didn't post his Mefi account info, he posted his info for a different site and it happens to be the same. What are the odds of that happening? It wouldn't even occur to me that might happen. Which makes it less likely to be true, I suppose, but it still makes your comment seem way over the top. But not out of character.
posted by yerfatma at 10:18 AM on January 6, 2005


he posted his info for a different site and it happens to be the same. What are the odds of that happening?

1:1 if you're a dumbass who uses the same login and password everywhere.
posted by George_Spiggott at 11:13 AM on January 6, 2005


I don't believe cruisera at all, mainly because he tried to screw over MoFi a couple of months ago, and now, ages later, he's suddenly claiming he would never do that.

But yes, either way, banning his account will fix the problem.
posted by tracicle at 11:40 AM on January 6, 2005


My password is not that easy to figure out but i have posted it on bugmenot for a differnt community so I am not sure if they just figured it out. Not smart at all.

So cruisera compromised Mefi accidentally, after compromising a different community...and this means we should be 'understanding'. Why?
posted by dash_slot- at 11:41 AM on January 6, 2005


So is this turd banned yet or what?
posted by scarabic at 11:45 AM on January 6, 2005


I kinda actually believe him, though I'd need to see the IP logs before having any sort of certainty about it. But if you look at all his posts before the explosion, he seems perfectly innocuous. Unless he was just building that persona in anticipation of this, which would be strange, but I've seen people do weirder shit online.

On preview: but yeah, password laxity = bad.
posted by squidlarkin at 11:49 AM on January 6, 2005


I think ParisParamus is someone's alter ego, just trying to get a rise out of the left-leaning Mefites.

A modern-day Petroleum V. Nasby?
posted by trharlan at 11:58 AM on January 6, 2005


*one hand holds nose, other makes thumbs-down gesture*
posted by Wolof at 3:12 PM on January 6, 2005


Okay Wolof, so the kid's a teenage cockbucket snarktroll. But to insinuate that he smells is just plain slander to me :)
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 4:53 PM on January 6, 2005


1:1 if you're a dumbass who uses the same login and password everywhere.

Seriously? If I posted my login info for the NYT or something and it was the same as here, someone would randomly get it and recognize I was a Mefi member? It seems far less than 1:1 to me.
posted by yerfatma at 6:31 PM on January 6, 2005


It totally doesn't matter, but I personally believe him- the most compelling part is the innocuous, normal behavior for weeks, then the sudden breakdown. Why are so many people eager to believe that someone is so conniving as to act normal for months, then suddenly explode in the most obvious way possible? If he were that crazy, I doubt he could keep it together on this site as long as he did.

And as noted, the IP difference could be easily tracked down. It should be as easy as *resetting* the password, it doesn't actually have to be closed down.

There's one other possibility: I've noticed with our corporate proxies that I can never stay logged into metafilter, but far more intriguingly, I sometimes get a page with someone else's account signed in. I've never actually tried posting that way, but I actually suspect it would work.
posted by hincandenza at 1:38 AM on January 7, 2005


hincadenza: Check out the MonkeyFilter mess before you make up your mind.
posted by languagehat at 5:34 PM on January 7, 2005


What Langaugehat said. Cruisera has behaved similarly on another site.
posted by LarryC at 10:09 PM on January 7, 2005


Check out his login for MoFi on bugmenot. The password seems to have changed.
posted by Wolof at 1:23 AM on January 8, 2005


His first post seems to be consistent with his later behavior... 19 year old kid itching to get into it. I could definitely see it being the same guy.
posted by mdn at 6:56 AM on January 8, 2005


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