Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Bill » Wed, 28 Jan 2004 21:55:45


Quote:


> >Will you feel any differently about me the next morning if I put my
> >arm around you to say "nice match" if we ever get to play?

> Not considering all the other places where you say your hand will
> never be. The rule of "Methinks he doth protest too much" would lead
> me to shun any physical contact.

Do I detect jomophobia in you Shakespeare?

..............Billy

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Bill » Wed, 28 Jan 2004 22:13:23

Quote:


> > It does produce more spin, the advertising is true.

> Sorry Shane, but if you're going to make performance claims on behalf of
> Predator here, especially given your prior position there and the
> "authority" that seems to lend to your statements, you'll have to do
> more than say so.

> > .... As for the testing methodology, that I can't
> > disclose (sorry!)

> Too bad, because that's just what's needed to prove it's true.

> How about at least saying what you mean by "more spin"?

> I guess we'll have to do our own testing -- here's one that I've done
> that also shows what I think more spin should mean:

Well gang...this post by Pat Johnson sums up everything I've been
saying the entire time, which I get castigated for.  Shane comes on
here to explain the answers to the questions, as best he can based on
his agreement with Predator, and starts getting the slow slam dunk
treatment from Saddam Johnson himself.  How dare Shane post something
that goes against the teachings of the tribunal and not stick around
to then be ground up into human powder. Do all of you think this is
humorous, part and parcel of this NG, or is everyone just zombies?
This isn't the search for answers and the truth, it's a venue for a
sick, egomaniacal human being to use as his gameboard to debase and
humiliate others into submission.  Wake the *** up!

....................Billy

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by pltrgys » Wed, 28 Jan 2004 22:58:40


Quote:


>> >Will you feel any differently about me the next morning if I put my
>> >arm around you to say "nice match" if we ever get to play?

>> Not considering all the other places where you say your hand will
>> never be. The rule of "Methinks he doth protest too much" would lead
>> me to shun any physical contact.

>Do I detect jomophobia in you Shakespeare?

Damn straight. Got my jomo working once, and never gonna do it again.

-- Larry
"Dyslexics of the world, untie!"

 
 
 

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Post by Patrick Johnso » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 00:10:26

Quote:

> [He thinks I'm out to get him -- I think...]

I'm sure everybody's fascinated with your persecution complex, Billy.
Why don't you start a special thread about it so all those interested
can join you there?

(I hear there's room at ASP...)
Pat Johnson
Chicago

 
 
 

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Post by Jim Wyan » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 10:51:25

On 1/27/04 8:13 AM, in article


Quote:



>>> It does produce more spin, the advertising is true.

>> Sorry Shane, but if you're going to make performance claims on behalf of
>> Predator here, especially given your prior position there and the
>> "authority" that seems to lend to your statements, you'll have to do
>> more than say so.

>>> .... As for the testing methodology, that I can't
>>> disclose (sorry!)

>> Too bad, because that's just what's needed to prove it's true.

>> How about at least saying what you mean by "more spin"?

>> I guess we'll have to do our own testing -- here's one that I've done
>> that also shows what I think more spin should mean:

> Well gang...this post by Pat Johnson sums up everything I've been
> saying the entire time, which I get castigated for.  Shane comes on
> here to explain the answers to the questions, as best he can based on
> his agreement with Predator, and starts getting the slow slam dunk
> treatment from Saddam Johnson himself.  How dare Shane post something
> that goes against the teachings of the tribunal and not stick around
> to then be ground up into human powder. Do all of you think this is
> humorous, part and parcel of this NG, or is everyone just zombies?
> This isn't the search for answers and the truth, it's a venue for a
> sick, egomaniacal human being to use as his gameboard to debase and
> humiliate others into submission.  Wake the *** up!

> ....................Billy

Ahh, you're new here, right?

Remember the old adage - when you wrestle with a pig, you're both going to
get muddy....the problem is, the pig likes it.

--Jim

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Misc » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 13:26:35

Shane,

What brand and model cue would you purchase if you could only spend up
to one thousand dollars?

Just curious,
Jonathan

 
 
 

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Post by recoveryjon » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 14:18:40

Quote:


> > [He thinks I'm out to get him -- I think...]

> I'm sure everybody's fascinated with your persecution complex, Billy.
> Why don't you start a special thread about it so all those interested
> can join you there?

> (I hear there's room at ASP...)
> Pat Johnson
> Chicago

Pat Garrett (Johnson) vs Billy the Kid.........Showdown at high noon!
...stay tuned folks.
 
 
 

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Post by Jack Stei » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:43:46

Quote:

> Jack, you're really starting to grow on me, not only for your point
> counting but also because I don't think either one of us are
> homophobic so I don't think you'll take it the wrong way or any way.

Homophobes don't bother me much, heterophobes are starting to get me
laughing some ... besides 3 points is 3 points, take em where you can
get em.

--
Jack
http://jbstein.com

 
 
 

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Post by Jack Stei » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:47:48

Quote:
> Pat says....
>>I don't mind if the questions are asked again, but you shouldn't assume
>>that whatever Shane or Predator (or I) say is "the answers".

> Ummm....Perplexing....That would go for any question asked on the RSB...

Come on Glen, that only "go's" when the almighty god of planet Goofball
puts his blessing on it... don't you know nothin?

--
Jack
http://jbstein.com

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Jack Stei » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:50:45

My guess is those that are sick of it don't read it.... hint, hint...

Quote:

> DAMN! WHY is it  that almost every subject that Billy is posting too ends up
> in  rude personal abuse?
> Come on guys...either knock it off or take it to direct email...the rest of
> us are getting pretty sick of it all.

> Nat
> Oxford, AR.

>>Hey Pat...why don't you just shut your scumbag mouth already.

--
Jack
http://jbstein.com
 
 
 

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Post by Jack Stei » Thu, 29 Jan 2004 23:00:54

Quote:

>> Jack, you're really starting to grow on me ...


  > Priceless.

Don't get jealous Pat, I won't forget about you... I promise...
--
Jack
http://jbstein.com

 
 
 

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Post by Stev » Fri, 30 Jan 2004 02:58:35

Quote:

> It does produce more spin, the advertising is true.

This thread got me curious enough that I dragged out my McDermott with
the Predator shaft to see if I concurred. Much to my amazement after
some subjective testing I agree, it does. I still prefer the hit with
my Ivory ferruled shaft however and I don't use a lot of English
anyway.
Steve.

BTW Shane, sorry to hear about you're falling out with Predator. When
I've dealt with you there in the past (I'm sure you don't remember)
you were very helpful. Good luck with whatever the future holds.

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Shane Sinno » Fri, 30 Jan 2004 06:01:03

Quote:

> Shane,

> What brand and model cue would you purchase if you could only spend up
> to one thousand dollars?

> Just curious,
> Jonathan

Jonathan,

I wouldn't spend $1000 on one cue (I know you said up to one thousand)
so my answer is either the P2NW stated below or all of the below if I
can spend the full $1000

P2 No Wrap with Z shaft $556 (at most online websites)
BK No Wrap $300 (at most online websites)
Scorpion Jump Cue $79.20 (at most online websites)
$64.80 in practice pool time.

Regards,

Shane Sinnott

 
 
 

Hey Billy, I used to work for Predator.....any questions????

Post by Bill » Sat, 31 Jan 2004 00:35:20

Quote:


> > Jack, you're really starting to grow on me, not only for your point
> > counting but also because I don't think either one of us are
> > homophobic so I don't think you'll take it the wrong way or any way.

> Homophobes don't bother me much, heterophobes are starting to get me
> laughing some ... besides 3 points is 3 points, take em where you can
> get em.

Thanks for the 3 points to try and even out the score with a bean
counter like Ron (whose a bad one at that).  But points don't matter
if you end up winning the entire war against the likes of Saddam
Johnson, Ron "Alpha Centauri" Sheppard, Ph.D., and the other henchmen
in the tribunal. The entire flame war was centered around reading
comprehension (Ron's) and went way beyond out of control, as usual.
However, Jonathan (alias Miscue) came back on and posted the meaning
behind his thread, which is what I was saying the whole time, contrary
to the whiz kids. Just go back and read the last 4 posts between Ron,
myself, and Johathan  I was right...I got 'em.  Patrick, in trying to
do damage control in order that no one picked up on it so that he
could hide the embarrassment and shield his Mensa bedmate, decided to
take it upon himself to start a new thread and divert attention from
the original.  It was called New Thread: Long Draw Shot Difficulties
With a Predator".  What's even more laughable and incredible (not for
Pat) is that he totally changed various parts of the original text of
'MISCUE' to try to manipulate responses the way that he wanted them.
Check it for yourself, read MISCUES original post and compare the two.
 This guy Patrick is beyond Planet Goofball, as you would say. I'm
going on a well needed vacation tomorrow to a warm place, might not be
back here either, it's a total waste of time. The tribunal really are
a bunch of whackos.

.................Billy

 
 
 

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Post by Patrick Johnso » Sat, 31 Jan 2004 01:09:17

Quote:

> ...  Patrick, in trying to
> do damage control in order that no one picked up on it so that he
> could hide the embarrassment and shield his Mensa bedmate, decided to
> take it upon himself to start a new thread and divert attention from
> the original.

I did?

Quote:
> ... Pat ... totally changed various parts of the original text of
> 'MISCUE' to try to manipulate responses the way that he wanted them.

I did?

Quote:
> This guy Patrick is beyond Planet Goofball, as you would say.

I am?  (Oh yeah, I am.)

Quote:
> ... might not be back here

Sure, get our hopes up...

(I hear it's nice where Billy's going, Jack.)
Pat Johnson
Chicago