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Re: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON?
• Posted by: Steven Hill   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2002, at 8:30 a.m.
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• In Response to: Who is this FORD A. THAXTON? (MandyC)

Things I've noticed about the ass "Ford A. Thaxton" over the years
1. Yes, he is an enormous fat man, which is fitting for his name's initials (F.A.T.).
2. If you are younger than Ford, you automatically don't know as much as he does.
3. If you don't sign your name to your post, you have no credibility.
4. Even if you do sign your name, he will insult you if you have an abnormal or ethnic name and he'll say that it is fake.
5. If you ask him a direct question and he doesn't want to answer he ignores it or redirects the subject.
6. If you continue to point out an unanswered question, he points out that he is quite busy and obviously has more of a life than you.
7. He has more of a life than you.
8. He loves all composers equally, but only in public.
9. His brain thinks faster than his fingers type and his fingers type faster than his eyes can read.
10. He is pseudo-polite, usually addressing people as Mr.
11. If you post an opinion and forget the "IMHO," you are actually stating your opinion as fact, and Ford will take you to task for that.
12.If you say anything negative about anyone, he will find something to say about it, search Dejanews/Google for every single post you've made to Usenet in your life, and take things out of context that have nothing to do with the discussion at hand just to try to prove his superiority.

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