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Lutz Szemkus
Posted 2005-10-17 17:53 (#29689 - in reply to #29672)
Subject: RE: It's autumn !


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mantas - 2005-10-17 9:50 AM

... and usually at this time depressed and obsessed people spark with activness a lot.
Is that a reason why we got so much of Lutz recently ? He was so silent since the spring, and probably will poop out until winter again

Honestly, I see no point in discussing with Lutz. Having exchanged tens of messages in this forum, I can witness he is not a person who can accept reality, react to opponing facts or express his opinion in factual arguments. I don't think he is some chauvinist mastermind, indeed I believe he needs help. And I feel funny imaging that I am arguing with someone possibly hospitalised.
Unfortunately, people visiting this forum might be confused at first when reading megrim ideas.
Therefore I suggest specially marking Lutz's messages (with link to his online profile) so accidental visitors would understand Lutz's possition, and administrators would be able to automatically remove the messages later.
Also, if it is technically possible - could admins track down' Lutz's computer's IP address ? If its some hospital, we could contact personnel and coordinate help. 





It seems you have lived too long under a Communist regime. Pathologising dissident voices was typical of that era, wasn't it.? At least you don't wish me to the Gulag.

Lutz Szemkus

Edited by Lutz Szemkus 2005-10-17 17:56
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