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post #31 of 43
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However, I think the breaking point was when he trolled a French poster over at Andy's with an anti-French blurb this side of freedom fries.
My personal favorite was the one where he alleged that a member's mother (MPS, I think) was a crackwhore who attempted to abort said member with a coat-hanger, and that the poster was born mentally-challenged as a result. (Not a favorite because I agree with him, by the way, MPS - it just sticks out in my mind because it was so disturbingly out-of-place on a clothing forum.)
post #32 of 43
Alias, the problem is that in the definition of behaving, I would include the relaying of real, not made-up, experiences.  marc39/slave2fashion's story of "I met Raphael for the first time a couple of weeks ago, and everything checks out--I purposely did not make an appt so as to catch him in action, and sure enough he was in the workshop cutting 2 patterns for other customers, and in the other room his tailors were making the suits" is contrived.  The same basic story was relayed by marc39 under another moniker in askandy about two months ago.  I'm just tired of marc39 using scores of monikers to tell fictitious stories made to support his purchasing decisions.  His moniker games contributed to the fall-off in posts on askandy (when it was working), and I don't want to see the same happen here.
post #33 of 43
Marc, Get back to work.  The Economist Group needs you working, not playing around in online fashion forums.  BTW, nice touch with the "Armani is one of my favorite designers" quote.  Ha ha.
post #34 of 43
Woops, slave2fashion. It is precisely by being seen together with marc39 that your separateness could have been demonstrated. (Not having been seen together would entail nothing at all.)
post #35 of 43
Honestly, the "Hunt for Marc Grayson" is becoming as annoying as he ever was, if not more so. Instead, I'll just let Steve and J handle this if it is indeed true. In the meantime, let's stop talking about OMG HES BACKKCK and start talking about style.
post #36 of 43
It is being dealt with. It's J's Forum, but I think this particular gentleman, who has posted under three names I know of might have MPD. Perhaps a bit of genuine pity is in order.
post #37 of 43
lt is impossible to stop marc39. Just give up. He is invincible.
post #38 of 43
Steve, MPD? Please, do tell... Sounds like some obscure disease or disorder - although I'm guessing that I'll be consumed by embarassment when it is actually something so obvious. So, MPD?
post #39 of 43
Multiple Personality Disorder
post #40 of 43
LOL .... right.
post #41 of 43
Marc - is MPD really such a bad thing? I mean at least yopu are never lonely and always have someone to hang out with and if one of them gets in trouble you can always have the others gang together to disown and discredit him/her right? I dunno, some say mental illness is no laughing matter, i seem to laugh a helluva lot more since I got rid of that whole 'sanity thing'....
post #42 of 43
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Marc - is MPD really such a bad thing?  I mean at least yopu are never lonely and always have someone to hang out with and if one of them gets in trouble you can always have the others gang together to disown and discredit him/her right?
It seems time-consuming (especially in the morning) and expensive to have to wear more than one suit on any given day. But I guess the expense is cut down where you can simultaneously work two or more jobs at the same time. For example, you can bill as counsel and co-counsel for the same hours and earn twice as much.
post #43 of 43
I will reiterate, although I see the humor, that making accounts involving others' member names is a good way to get yourself banned. Don't do it.
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