__/ [Samz] on Friday 16 December 2005 04:36 \__
> David wrote:
>> Did you not notice the "Sig Heil!!! Sig Heil!!!" or are you just being
>> your usual hypocritical self?
>> Roy Schestowitz do you really want to be associated with the Nazis?
>> Very, very sad.
> I wasn't sig heiling the nazis I was sig heiling you Dave after reading
> all those horrible nasty vicious and arrogant things you wrote about
> Roy. Sounded a lot like some other nasty vicious things that a certain
> infamous nazi with a funny moustache said years ago about a certain
> group of people. When the shoe fits wear it by all means and expect some
> BS in return. Your problem Dave is that seem to think there is only one
> right way to SEO and the one right way is your way and that's your
> problem along with you not being able to handle any differences of
> opinion from other or criticisms from others. Your ego is too inflated
> and you need to de-flate a bit if you want to win friends and influence
Thanks for the defence. It's much very appreciated because I had no inten-
tion spending more time on this. I often wonder why I ended up spending
time stroking the keyboard for a notorious man to read. This will, in
fact, be my last post on this topic.
Mucking one's name doesn't take much effort and given Dave's details, e.g.
PO Box 446
Grimsby, DN32 7WZ
it doesn't take much to spoil 'reputation' or hurt feelings. By following
the path which Dave has chosen to take, not only has he destroyed the
parts of the World Wide Web, but also he offended many people who stood in
his way and politely tried to persuade him that what he did was unethical.
Some stepped aside (no need to mention names here), but in the meantime,
even though I opted for silence, somebody chose to stip up 'noise' and at-
tack a certain someone with derogatory subject lines. Fine. I join an end-
less list of people who stand for something, e.g.
There is no need to repeat the arguments and I don't feel like writing
lengthy posts. The trails are there to be found. If I wanted, I could use
acquaintances with Google staff (including a top executive) and provide a
list of splogs and the many corresponding domains that Dave owns. I have
no interest in that though, but I suggest that Dave ponders what his work
contributed (or conversely -- how it added corruption) to cyberspace.
Again I say, I'm off this topic for good.