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    Back in the day @Indystar,Writerman used to be the resident crank that I enjoyed reading. Hated Artest and swore he would be the downfall of the Pacers organization. Anybody know if he's around under a different name?
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    Wow.. I'd forgotten about him. Didn't he check out about the same time as New Yawk (thanks be to god for that one!!!)???

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    New Yawk wasn't as thought out as Writerman. Dude could write some posts even if they were cranky.
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    I believe Writerman left here in a huff over some misunderstanding or another. He seems to be a wee bit oversensitive.

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    I see him post on Real GM all the time, probably the most hated Pacers fan on that board

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    He's a friggin' idiot. Entirely useless.
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    He's a friggin' idiot. Entirely useless.
    Yeah, because we're all changing the world by posting here, eh?

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    Yeah, because we're all changing the world by posting here, eh?
    Slowly but surely. Take Peck as an example, he kept asking for Dale to come back and sure enough...
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    Slowly but surely. Take Peck as an example, he kept asking for Dale to come back and sure enough...
    Then I figure I got about one more season of asking Jon Bender to leave, and it should work.
















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    Then I figure I got about one more season of asking Jon Bender to leave, and it should work.




    Not bloody likely, old is here forever.
    You've given me an idea....

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    Let's just 'reassign' Bender to be one of our mascots!


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    Yeah, because we're all changing the world by posting here, eh?
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    Yeah, because we're all changing the world by posting here, eh?
    I take it you've never read any of his posts on Muslims.
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    Actually, I enjoyed debating with him about all kinds of topics. Politically he was very conservative, even moreso than myself, so we had some good discussions there too. But at one time Uncle Buck and I fought him tooth and nail over Artest. He hated Ron almost from the git-go. UB and I defended Ron thru everything, until I moved to the "dark side" this time last year.
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    I take it you've never read any of his posts on Muslims.
    Nope. What did he have to say about Muslims?

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    Nope. What did he have to say about Muslims?
    He met one once when he was younger, now he hates them all.
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    He came here (PD) when it was relatively new and then went over to a Spurs board and stirred the pot about something and then wanted 'us' (The PD forum collective) to come over there and defend him. I think most of us went over there and took a look and thought "We're not defending a troll" (because IMHO he was in the wrong and getting what he deserved) and left it alone. He got mad because nobody would get his back and left here in a hissy fit. I don't remember seeing him here again.

    Didn't he change his name at the Star forum to something like "Bryhennien"?

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    Like jerm said he posts on realgm.....embarrassment to all pacer fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bball
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    He came here (PD) when it was relatively new and then went over to a Spurs board and stirred the pot about something and then wanted 'us' (The PD forum collective) to come over there and defend him. I think most of us went over there and took a look and thought "We're not defending a troll" (because IMHO he was in the wrong and getting what he deserved) and left it alone. He got mad because nobody would get his back and left here in a hissy fit. I don't remember seeing him here again.

    Didn't he change his name at the Star forum to something like "Bryhennien"?

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    Yup. That name change was after he was banned at RATS. I think (may be wrong) he got canned again. I VERY rarely lurk at RATS anymore, so I'm not completely sure. I hear him called out on RealGM from time to time.

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    I believe that he's not only a member of the "Teen Digest Hater" brigade, but the president as well...
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    i'm glad he is gone. just a little too bitter. and a little too much of the chauncey-im-right-about-everything attitude.
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    I liked him. He cracked me up.

    You could always set him off with a well-timed slam at Wilt...
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    I guess I'd be in the minority, but I enjoyed reading most of his post on the Star board.

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    I guess I'd be in the minority, but I enjoyed reading most of his post on the Star board.
    Me too. He got alittle caried away at times, but he seems to realy love the Pacers.
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    I read him a lot over at RealGM.

    He is incredibly homeristic, and borders on trolldom, IMO. (Although many would argue he crossed the border some time ago, I think)
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    Now that I think about it, the thing about Writerman was he'd always argue with people about different Pacer game points when he'd not actually seen the game!

    The discussion would go on for a couple of pages before one of the posters that knew that Writerman was rarely able to watch a game and was probably basing his argument on the game stats would ask point blank: "Did you even see the game?" Then he'd reply "No, but I will when I get the tapes in a couple of weeks" ....Too funny!

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