What ever happened to not speaking about (ex-)members in their absence? Let's not attack people when they can't respond.
This certainly was the case when LabelKing was in time out, but I don't think we have to treat Ernest or his ilk with similar respect. We are allowed to say "good riddance" to certain recently banned members (and it's not like there's a shortage).
The thing I like best about you, LabelKing, is that your posts sometimes makes me feel that StyleForum is an real time, interactive version of Pale Fire.
Oh, speaking about banned members when they can't respond, whether they're in time out or gone for good, is lugubrious flummery. It's just ungentlemanly, and crude. Please have respect, even if you think they don't have it for you/us.
When it concerns baseless and insulting remarks about homosexuality, abortion, castration, and other tactlessly tasteless comments revolving around sexuality, it goes, as they might say, beyond the pale. I suppose this is the type of reaction that Heidegger received when he talked about peasant shoes.
Not a Tennessee Williams fan? Suddenly Last Labelking...
Not when it doesn't have much of an aesthetic context. But where's the cannibalism? It surprises me that Williams's texts were never heavily censored when you have things like Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye" heavily censored. Besides, I hear the troll doesn't smoke, especially with a holder.