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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 met one once when he was younger, now he hates them all.
    Dated one, if I remember correctly.
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    Wow, I just responded to this guy on RealGM. I didn't recall seeing him before. He's trolling the Piston board there as I type.

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    I don't miss "Bitterman" at all. He was the first ignoramus I ever put on ignore.

    If you like listening to a bitter old man pine about the days of yore, while making insensitive racial and ethnic remarks - Writerman is your kind of guy.
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    Larry is not coming back, he didn't have a meeting with Orlando for not reason, yeah he is coming back to the NBA but not to the Pacers, the notion that he is a taking a year off and then come back is absurd.
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    Writerman was a self-absorbed douche.

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    IIRC, he's from Ohio, or at least he lives in Ohio now.

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    Wow, I just responded to this guy on RealGM. I didn't recall seeing him before. He's trolling the Piston board there as I type.
    I just went over to RealGM, and am now more stupider for having done so.
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    I dunno, I enjoyed reading writerman, he was pretty crazy but the arguments he ended up getting into with pretty much everybody were always entertaining, in a Jerry Springer kind of way. Same went for NewYawk and Chauncey. I preferred them over Sassan and JO7 mainly because their posts at least had a facade of rational thought most of the time.

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    I don't miss "Bitterman" at all. He was the first ignoramus I ever put on ignore.

    If you like listening to a bitter old man pine about the days of yore, while making insensitive racial and ethnic remarks - Writerman is your kind of guy.
    That sums it up rather nicely.
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    Who was the racist clown that mixed it up with Marion County? Was that Writerman as well?

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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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    LOL.... yeah, thats Writerman for ya.,

    He had a "friend" in Detroit that would tape the games and send him copies. LOL..... that dude was so full of *****. I rarely believed a word he wrote.

    NewYawk was just about the same way. Saw about 5 Pacer games a year yet had all the answers.

    I couldn't stand either one of them and I told them so many times.

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    I just liked the way he'd keep the board going during the summer.....he'd always have something to say to set everyone off......So as long as we're bringing up some of his old postings, how about when he said the only reason Isiah Thomas wasnt playing Croshere was because, "he was a white guy?" And he said it with such emotional CONVICTION!!! Those were some of my best Writerman memories.......

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    I just went over to RealGM, and am now more stupider for having done so.
    Yup.

    I go there just for quick glances of what other teams think, but always come away realizing it isn't worth knowing what most of the posters there think....
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    NewYawk was just about the same way. Saw about 5 Pacer games a year yet had all the answers.

    I couldn't stand either one of them and I told them so many times.

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