Cyberpig Paulie Frankel failed in his attempt yesterday to frame and ban Andy Jacobs from IPR over the use of ALLCAPS.
Posting under Andy’s name, Cyberpig called Anastasia Beaverhausen a “massive CUNT,” which he believed would provide justification to ban Andy for using ALLCAPS. He then pretended to give Andy one last chance:
Andy you have been specifically told not to use CAPS in that manner. If you do it again, I will have no choice but to ban you for life.
To this, Cyberpig as Andy responded “FUCK YOU CUCK MOULTON! FUKC YOU SEEBECK! FUCK YOU PAUL!” Thus Cyberpig decreed “Andy is hereby banned from IPR. Further comments from him will be removed.”
Andy rightfully denied he made the posts and argued:
the ban on all caps has not been enforced, as I have seen others do it here and nobody said anything about it. Banning speech for type size is irrational.
IPR owner Warren Redlich did not buy any of Cyberpig’s lies. He did not enforce Andy’s ban, which then angered the Cyberpig, who then claimed someone was impersonating him and vented his frustration at the IPR administrators who fail to enforce his war on font sizes, complaining like the cuck he is:
All-caps are considered the equivalent of shouting on the internet and as such net etiquette is usually to ask people not to do it. It’s only when that request is ignored often enough and in large enough doses that rules get issued. I’m sad to hear that no one has been enforcing IPR’s policy about all caps in my absence.
It’s a real shame and very low class that the Cyberpig attempted to use an obituary post to frame and ban Andy. The article was about the untimely death of Libertarian great Steve Gordon. Steve was a good man. Originally he was going to help organize all the Bob Barr and Newt Gingrich supporters from Georgia to storm the 2016 convention in Orlando and nominate Nathan Norman for president. Unfortunately this did not materialize, but in hindsight, I’m glad it didn’t. The Libertarian Party in its current state is a joke.
Rest in peace Steve. I hope you can forgive the Cyberpig’s bad behavior.