PUBLIC NOTICE Fractenna flauts Federal Law

PUBLIC NOTICE Fractenna flauts Federal Law

Post by Gerald Schmi » Thu, 26 Oct 2000 04:00:00

In the furtherance of his Jihad against Roy Lewallen some person

knowingly publishing Official Use Only information in a general news
area of usenet. The page that contains this information is clearly
labled prohibiting use of any of the information for any non-official
purpose as well as the appropriate CFR citation.

It is highly unlikely that any legal action will be taken in this case

but this behavior does speak clearly to the m***climate at
Fractenna.

To paraphrase George Orwell in 'Animal Farm' ,"All the animals in
this newsgroup are equal some are just more equal." Since Chip
will undoubtedly try to twist this let me interpret for his
edification. What I mean exactly is, that while trying to enforce
pseudoleagal bafflegab against any and all who do not worship
at the alter of the Fractal God Chip feels no obligation to follow
either the law of the land or the standards of decent human behavior.

Having had significant dealings with small children I am familiar with

Chip's behavior but my kids outgrew it by their 4th birthday it would
seem that the Cohen's kids did not, at least in Nathan's case.

When a grown man acts in public like a spoiled 3-year-old I don't
think it unreasonable to call in to question his metal state. This
type of constant ***ive need for attention is not a usual or
common thing and my understanding of common usage American
English the term for this is abnormal.

Please spare us the tirade about trying to protect your copyright.
This has nothing to do with your copyright it everything to do with
your abnormal, unnatural need for attention and acceptance. Get
some professional help I'm worried about you. If you lived closer
and/or had any history of doing more than blustering I would be
worried about me.

 
 
 

PUBLIC NOTICE Fractenna flauts Federal Law

Post by tom_bru.. » Thu, 26 Oct 2000 04:00:00




> ... Chip feels no obligation to follow
> either the law of the land or the standards of decent human behavior.

I have the impression that Chip would stand in a crosswalk with a semi
barreling down on him and threaten to sue the driver for failing to
yield, instead of getting out of the way.

Quote:> Having had significant dealings with small children I am familiar with

> Chip's behavior but my kids outgrew it by their 4th birthday it would
> seem that the Cohen's kids did not, at least in Nathan's case.

A friend who works with surgeons gets frustrated because, though most
are very intelligent, many have not progressed beyond about that same
age socially.  They try to solve all problems by intimidation and
bullying.  They would sue someone for leaving a bushel of lemons and
fifty pounds of sugar on their doorstep, instead of turning to and
making lemonade out of them.  That behavior isn't the exclusive province
of that group, of course.  (The friend, fortunately, has a very positive
can-do attitude, and freely shares the lemonade with all who would ask.)

--
Tom Bruhns -- K7ITM

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PUBLIC NOTICE Fractenna flauts Federal Law

Post by Mark Keit » Thu, 26 Oct 2000 04:00:00


> Please spare us the tirade about trying to protect your copyright.
> This has nothing to do with your copyright it everything to do with
> your abnormal, unnatural need for attention and acceptance. Get
> some professional help I'm worried about you. If you lived closer
> and/or had any history of doing more than blustering I would be
> worried about me.

You never know. Many hams have gone off the deep end. "Many were extra
class". I rememeber one that had an extra class ticket, and worked for
the post office to boot. He went whacko one day and started shooting up
the place. You hear the frac whine about his perceived death threats. if
I were to write to him what he wrote in this post which I clip, you can
bet the ranch he'd be crying death threat!!!! When someone says there
will be grave consequences for making certain statements, what would you
think. I'd be thinking bulletproof vest for starters if I had to venture
out too far.

Quote:>>frac wrote
>> PLEASE talk to your attorney about this: It will have grave consequences
>for
>> you at a later time to have made such misleading public statements.

>> Nathan Cohen, Ph.D.

Hummmmm. Sounds pretty serious to me. But only his area sporting goods
store knows for sure. MK
--
http://web.wt.net/~nm5k
 
 
 

PUBLIC NOTICE Fractenna flauts Federal Law

Post by Wayne N3TN » Sat, 28 Oct 2000 20:38:02

I agree and have said the same in the past.  He seems like a bright guy
but his childish behavior sort of negates any credibility.  He may very
well have made a huge breakthrough in antennas, but I'll never know
because I'm not one to judge, I know relatively little compare to the
others here, but it's the behavior and constant arguing that sends up a
big red flag.  He just does things that lack good judgement.

Wayne


> In the furtherance of his Jihad against Roy Lewallen some person

> knowingly publishing Official Use Only information in a general news
> area of usenet. The page that contains this information is clearly
> labled prohibiting use of any of the information for any non-official
> purpose as well as the appropriate CFR citation.

> It is highly unlikely that any legal action will be taken in this case

> but this behavior does speak clearly to the m***climate at
> Fractenna.

> To paraphrase George Orwell in 'Animal Farm' ,"All the animals in
> this newsgroup are equal some are just more equal." Since Chip
> will undoubtedly try to twist this let me interpret for his
> edification. What I mean exactly is, that while trying to enforce
> pseudoleagal bafflegab against any and all who do not worship
> at the alter of the Fractal God Chip feels no obligation to follow
> either the law of the land or the standards of decent human behavior.

> Having had significant dealings with small children I am familiar with

> Chip's behavior but my kids outgrew it by their 4th birthday it would
> seem that the Cohen's kids did not, at least in Nathan's case.

> When a grown man acts in public like a spoiled 3-year-old I don't
> think it unreasonable to call in to question his metal state. This
> type of constant ***ive need for attention is not a usual or
> common thing and my understanding of common usage American
> English the term for this is abnormal.

> Please spare us the tirade about trying to protect your copyright.
> This has nothing to do with your copyright it everything to do with
> your abnormal, unnatural need for attention and acceptance. Get
> some professional help I'm worried about you. If you lived closer
> and/or had any history of doing more than blustering I would be
> worried about me.

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