MaltaMon

Wilmington, DE

#1140 Jan 27, 2013
Phil (or, as your new pal Bob respectfully addresses you, "Phil the Pill") and others: If you want to check out coyote's Algonquin Roundtable on the topic of Pubic Hair in the Twenty-First Century, here is the link. It's entitled, misleadingly, "question-female anatomy", but from its creator's inaugural post in 2010, you will notice that the female anatomy, per se, is not really the topic):

http://www.topix.com/forum/education/TAU0KB41...
MaltaMon

Wilmington, DE

#1141 Jan 27, 2013
Come on, now, you pedophiles who dwell the readers:
Give me lots and lots of peanuts, dead light bulbs, mean mean yellow faces, flames, and SPAM symbols when you post your "judgements" to my bit about my book and the boredom I've come down with. I just love those silly colorful symbols. They brighten up my posts and attract interest where none might otherwise exist. I welcome your anger, I welcome your contempt, I welcome your resentment. Most of all, I appreciate the fundamental dishonesty, arrested development, distorted morality and social dysfunction that informs it. Enjoy the weekend.
MaltaMon

Wilmington, DE

#1142 Jan 27, 2013
*dwell AMONG the readers. Computer is deleting on its own. (now if that's not an invitation for more pedophile derision, I don't know what is. Come on, Zuiko, SixtySomething: Tell everyone how smart and perceptive my computer really is if it's deleting my words as I type them)
Phil

Manchester, UK

#1143 Jan 27, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
Phil (or, as your new pal Bob respectfully addresses you, "Phil the Pill") and others: If you want to check out coyote's Algonquin Roundtable on the topic of Pubic Hair in the Twenty-First Century, here is the link. It's entitled, misleadingly, "question-female anatomy", but from its creator's inaugural post in 2010, you will notice that the female anatomy, per se, is not really the topic):
http://www.topix.com/forum/education/TAU0KB41...
Why on earth would I want to waste my time reading such drivel?
I was waiting for you to label me as a 'pal' of Bob simply because I disagreed with you.
How predictable and how pathetic.
MaltaMon

Wilmington, DE

#1144 Jan 27, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
<quoted text>
People who abuse their own sons tend to hide, both mothers and fathers, behind the evil curtain of feminism.
Well, they definitely are more likely to be successful at hiding. Their own family members are less likely to report them... so, yeah.
Phil

Manchester, UK

#1145 Jan 27, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> Phil, with all due respect, there is no damage possible--I assume that you mean defamation and related civil causes of action--when the identity of the alleged victim is undisclosed. How can one defame or otherwise damage the reputation of someone whose identity is that of a fictional character? Who is personally unknown to everyone here? If you're talking about false prosecution, that's another thing altogether. I am not the criminal justice system. The defendant, in that case, would be the the prosecutors. I have enabled my son to swear out affadavits. I am not liable if he is falsely prosecuted. And I have not once disclosed anything about the real "Bob" that would assist anyone without the authority to determine his identity in the real world. If you're thinking of that Texas case, the real names and location of the plaintiffs were used in every published attack. Moreover,they became known as well from resulting news accounts. Does the prosecution rest, Counselor?
You accused Bob on a public forum of raping your son and said the authorities, the law or whoever were involved.
By accusing him it is safe to assume you know who he is.
Simple questions.
Did Bob rape your son?
Yes or No.
Is Bob going to face trial?
Yes or No.
MaltaMon

Wilmington, DE

#1146 Jan 27, 2013
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
Why on earth would I want to waste my time reading such drivel?
I was waiting for you to label me as a 'pal' of Bob simply because I disagreed with you.
How predictable and how pathetic.
Oh, you were "waiting" for that? Glad you didn't have to wait long for the obvious. Seems like a waste of time. And for you, easily bored, I wonder what the motivation is. As I said, "a bug up your arse". Au revoir, gentil petit vieux.
Phil

Manchester, UK

#1147 Jan 27, 2013
As I expected.
The usual hot air.
I can see so clearly now why everybody takes you so seriously and believes every word you post.

It's OK Bob, you have absolutely nothing to worry about.
It is all bullshit.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#1148 Jan 27, 2013
FYI Phil: I know that the rapport between you and Bob is the human equivalent of that between a snake and a mongoose. The meaning and the intent of my use of "pal" was facetious. I recognize your legal advice to him, wrongheaded,, instinctively litigious--and born of your simmering antipathy toward me--as it may have been, was a merely the manifestation of your fundamental fair-mindedness.(As is, one must assume, your characterization of me as "pathetic") Lighten up, for God's sake. Go to the toilet and rid yourself once and for all of that enormous Madagascar cockroach that's impacted there (I say that at the risk of exciting some of the more deviant flits on this network who are tired of laying out cash to buy gerbils...). Try to enjoy your evening. And take a mood stabilizer, please.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#1149 Jan 27, 2013
And please, Phil, don't encourage me to resurrect my old fondness for your calling me "pathetic". I used to enjoy that almost as much as Bob's calling me a "moron". Indeed, the more associated one becomes in my twisted mind with the angry epithet hurled at me intending to injure, the more hilarious it becomes to me. And this after your apparently heartfelt apology last November. Talk about a change of heart. But no matter how much you try to hurt me, I shall always love you, Phil. xxoo MM
Phil

Manchester, UK

#1150 Jan 27, 2013
Cut the hot air.
You are fooling nobody, all of whom on here will note (again) you avoided the questions which lay at the heart of why you are on these forums in the first place.
Once again....
Did Bob rape your son?
Yes or No.
Is Bob going to face trial?
Yes or No.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#1151 Jan 27, 2013
I'm not wedded to answering questions on this forum of flits. Brsides, what did you ask, Phil
Phil

Manchester, UK

#1152 Jan 27, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
I'm not wedded to answering questions on this forum of flits. Brsides, what did you ask, Phil
See above post.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1153 Jan 27, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
<quoted text>
People who abuse their own sons tend to hide, both mothers and fathers, behind the evil curtain of feminism.
Oy gob sh1te now you are talking a load of sh1te bollck brain.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1154 Jan 27, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
Nothing like good old whisky to keep you warm. Just mix a little in your tea. Or with cold coke.
To Sir Arthur hello i love a good single malt in my tea it goes down a real treat.Earl Grey and whisky is nice on a cold morning with a little squeezed lemon added-nice.Takecare Katie Mellish xx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1155 Jan 27, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Australian red. But port is heady stuff. I discovered port and sherry from a British neighbor when I was 18. She was about 60ish, and invited me over to have a glass with "Auntie" who was about 90ish. At the time I thought, Ugh! an old-ladies' drink. But one small glass sends a glow through your bones very quickly. No wonder old ladies like the stuff!
Your port sounds interesting. We could borrow the title from an old movie and call it 'Drink the Bismark!'
The only thing that would warm one up more than an Australian red would be an Australian redhead. She would certainly make my billy boil!
To Bob hello i do not know where i got a liking for port from that has been lost in the mist of time.May be it was my university days at UMIST but i cannot really tell you.You are right Bob port is nice and warming its a nice drink to be sat near the fire with on these dark cold winter nights.Katie xx.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#1156 Jan 27, 2013
Phil, I am not going over that again with you, whether you ask nicely or demand a response, as you just did, regarding matters that do not cencern you in the least. Indeed, you are not entitled to any such information. You have all the old postings between PB and me if you are so very interested. And none of this is new: you and I have had this exchange before. I also said before that I find peculiar your interest in my affairs. Mind your own friggin' business, Phil. And make a mountain of an issue of this molehill of a reply. Let the accustions fly. "This proves that etc etc etc...". It proves only that you are nosy, as you were before, feel entitled to informationthat doesn't concern you, and quite possibly have an agenda of your own. I'm not taking the bait. I have no such interest in your life and affairs. Any objective adult would tell you the same.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1157 Jan 27, 2013
coyote wrote:
C'mon--- whiskey and cold coke ??? Zuiko-REALLY ?? Bob- I assume you would prefer to be known as PB by mm than "sweetheart"- that is scary but not surprising from him ! A redheaded aussi gal- guess you would die happier... This info you folks are parting with is such a posi break after weeks of mm dripping.... jest sayin' Not gonna mention Katie as this is the "morning after" so her spirits may have dwindled a bit-- hope she saved a bit of the hair from the dog !!! Nice week-end to all !
To Coyote hello-what the hell Whisky and coke yuk i have never liked coke even when i was a young girl, Zuiko aka Sir Arthur knows how to ruin a good single malt.Coyote my spirits never dwindle the morning after.Ihad a good one hour soak in the bath this morning before my children got up i had a pint mug of hot tea with a good splash of whisky in it followed with a nice hand rolled cigarette made with dutch tabacco nice.It poured down last night after i had gone to bed there was no snow left on the ground this morning so all my childrens snowmen have gone.Well iam just going to pour myself another pear cyder-cheers Katie Mellish xxxxxx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1158 Jan 27, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text>Well, they definitely are more likely to be successful at hiding. Their own family members are less likely to report them... so, yeah.
To MM hello you are indeed correct there you have hit the nail on the head-Katie xx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#1159 Jan 27, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>To Sir Arthur hello i love a good single malt in my tea it goes down a real treat.Earl Grey and whisky is nice on a cold morning with a little squeezed lemon added-nice.Takecare Katie Mellish xx.
To Sit Arthur hello i enjoy a good single malt in my cup of tea when i am having a good long soak in the bath on these cold winter nights.This morning was an exception i had a good single malt in my cup of tea first thing this morning,i had an early morning soak for once-Katie xx.

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