Re: OT: Proving IP trails?
- From: Saviour Machine <hauntedriver@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 16:10:29 -0700 (PDT)
On Oct 16, 9:59 pm, "rosie" <peman...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just hang on one cotton-picking moment, knobhead.
Our box is at the Ipswich Regent.
I'm seeing fecking Steve Coogan for three consecutive nights.
Still, I'll be at the Theatre Norwich for two of them.
There are few sights more unedifying than watching a liar trying to
lie themselves out of trouble.
This is what you actually said:
"Steve Coogan is doing a three night stand. I'm going to be there for
all three nights.
I have a box booked for one of the niights. I'm going to scan the
front row of the stalls
every night, just in case I spot your pointy head."
Steve Coogan is indeed doing a three night stand at Norwich, which was
the theatre under discussion, but as you have recently learned to your
horror, the theatre has no boxes.
Your first response to this howling gaffe was to suggest that you had
bought a 'block' of tickets which you hoped could be excused as a box.
That didn't wash. People call a block of tickets a block of tickets,
not a box.
Next up we had Alan Hope aggressively assert that your client had
booked the tickets, so the error in thinking they were box tickets was
not yours. Unfortunately for you he was unaware of your earlier
admission that you yourself had booked the tickets for this alleged
Now, after spending a day or two thinking about how to salvage the
situation, you suddenly argue that when you said you would be at the
Theatre Royal "for all three nights" you actually meant that you would
only be there for two nights. Realising that your credibility rests
upon the all-important 'box' issue, you now argue that you have box
tickets for a completely different theatre, but that it just slipped
your mind (even though we know you booked them yourself). This,
despite the fact that you claimed to have great experience of visiting
the Royal, and despite the fact that you failed to mention the mix-up
in a timely fashion when you posted your first reply:
It's pretty obvious that you've spent the last day or two scouting
around other theatres looking for one that has a box so that you can
try and pass this new lie off.
You're a very bad liar, "Rosie", possibly the worst I've ever
encountered on usenet. It's going to land you in hot water, just as it
did Jonathan Aitkin and Jeffrey Archer. As you've also made some very
boastful claims about the EACH charity - claims which I was very
sceptical of at the time - not to mention your disparaging and highly
ignorant branding of autism as an exaggerated and minor disability, I
think it's about time your bluff was called.
That's why I intend to write to the legal advisor at EACH, attaching
print-outs of your comments, along with your stated email address. I
will also pass on your comments regarding Theatre Royal booking policy
along with your thinly-veiled threats of stalking me to someone very
senior in that organisation. Although I have not the slightest concern
about your actually attending any of the Coogan gigs, given that you
have lied so spectacularly, it could be that they take a more serious
view. Finally, I will forward copies of both letters to the land
address of your ISP.
It's all for the best. This way you won't have to convince me or the
rest of UMTM about your claims, you'll just have to convince the
organisations that you've referenced. So if you really do have box
tickets for the Theatre Royal, and if you really were responsible for
securing millions of pounds for the EACH, you should have very little
trouble proving it.
For this reason, I suggest we cease hostilities, and see how things
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