Bill Fright is a not-so-bright DF

Bill Fright is a not-so-bright DF

Post by Reef Fis » Thu, 14 Dec 2006 03:02:21

Bill Fright whose most recent posting history showed (Google):

vote pro or con reef fish     rec.scuba.locations  moments ago
Things are not always what they seem     tx.motorcycles  17 hours ago
Things are not always what they seem     tx.motorcycles  3 days ago
Things are not always what they seem     tx.motorcycles  3 days ago
Things are not always what they seem     tx.motorcycles  3 days ago
Things are not always what they seem     tx.motorcycles  4 days ago
Latest D&M Rumor on DCRTV     alt.fan.don-n-mike  4 days ago
Latest D&M Rumor on DCRTV     alt.fan.don-n-mike  4 days ago
Latest D&M Rumor on DCRTV     alt.fan.don-n-mike  4 days ago
Latest D&M Rumor on DCRTV     alt.fan.don-n-mike  4 days ago

either don-n-mike had run him off or he banged his head too hard
in his tx.motocycle gang,  felt attracted by the Dysfunctional Gang
in rec.scuba.location to try to vote Reef Fish off.    :-)

And Lee Bell even fell for that STOOPID trick of Fright.

Lee, you're not exactly the brightest one in rec.scuba.location, even
if we take the top brightest 100 off the list!

Some time back early this year, some clueless one in sci.stat.math
did what Bill Fright tried to do in rec.scuba.locations -- try to
vote Reef Fish out.

When he found out how STUPID he was about that idea (only one
person voted with him) in an unmoderated USENET newsgroup
that you CANNOT vote anyone out, the next clueless one

Beliavsky,   on  Fri, Sep 8 2006 5:47 pm

made his pitch to be the "moderator" so that he could boot me out.

beliavsky>  If I were moderating this newsgroup I would just
beliavsky>  boot the two idiots.

Failing to find ANY sympathizer for his delusion of grandeur, he found
some excuse to start a new Google group (which is NOT a USENET
newsgroup), named himself the czar allowed to ban anyone he wishes
and plagiarised the name scistatmath to mimic the group
sci.stat.math in which I have been the most frequent posters
correcting everyone's statistical ERRORS, including many of his!

His new group DIED even before it got started while sci.stat.math
in which I continue to do the same, flourished.

That prompted my post:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.stat.math/msg/df27b5aa77c46208

Editorial: Guiness World Record for the shortest lived moderated
group, "scistatmath"?

On the day of that post, Nov 22, 2006

G> sci.stat.math -
G> Group description: Statistics from a strictly mathematical
viewpoint.
G> High activity, 1342 subscribers, Usenet

Today it reads
Medium activity, 1398 subscribers, Usenet

The activity becomes "Medium" because all but one of the NOISE
makers were gone, and everyone was talking Statistics like the
group should!   Reef Fish is still by far the most frequent poster
in sci.stat.math

vote pro or con reef fish     rec.scuba.locations  26 minutes ago
Probable Origin of the term "Scree Plot"     sci.stat.math  39 minutes
ago
Did Kruskal invent the term "scree"?     sci.stat.math  102 minutes ago

Looking for feedback for an online MULTIPLE regression tool...
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p-value issue      sci.stat.math  11 hours ago
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Bill Fright, you should contact Beliavsky in his MODERATED group
(almost dead) scistatmath or in sci.stat.math.

Perhaps with you TWO joining hands and hugging each other, you
can vote Reef Fish out of SOME USENET newsgroup -- I don't know
which ... but you sure are welcome to make a fool of yourself in any
of them.   :-)

Or, Bill Flight, you can start a NEW group, just as Beliavsky did, and
see if you can beat him for the Guiness World Record of the shortest
lived Group!     LOL!

-- Reef Fish Bob.