Archive for March 25th, 2007


Great Moments In Flame War History: Rayra

March 25, 2007

This isn’t my first post regarding a flame war/warrior sighting.  Maybe I’ll make this a recurring theme (so the carpet can match the drapes a bit in here). Today I’d like to highlight the adventures of a netizen who should be familiar with readers of LGF:  Rayra

Edit (6/6/07): I’ve decided to leave all obscenities in here uncensored.  My apologies, but I didn’t want any confusion about what was actually posted.

football-profile.gif Rayra
This user is blocked.
Registered lizardoid since: Jun 15, 2004 at 12:52 pm
No. of comments posted (since July 26, 2004): 21,900 (that’s about 30 posts/day!)

-This was the thread that did him in:

I drink about 6 alcoholic beverages a month, you stupid cunt 

The flame war raged as Rayra engaged multiple members at once, defending his use of obscenities. In the heat of the battle, Rayra wondered if Charles (the webmaster) was really Charles (how can anyone have a problem with the c-word?).

Now I’m really thinking this isn’t Charles. Too childish. wtf, who is this nancy?

(The blog RADAMISTO put together a good summary of the exchange here

In the end, Rayra managed to create a mess that spilled over into other threads, involved many lizards, and eventually resulted in his banishment along with about a half dozen others.  It wasn’t pretty.  The subject still comes up every so often in the comment section, usually namelessly.

These days, Rayra and most of the other lizards banned that day hang out in the GCP forums.  Although Rayra always had a penchant for using Archivist and Compost tactics, and being a bit of a Xenophobe toward new lizard hatchlings, I think Centurion represents the best caricature:


Update:  The GCPers have finally discovered this post, and Rayra responds:

Got as far as seeing that lying c-word ChenZen’s name in the URL and said ‘why bother?’

And his horseshit about reminding other of my service as a trump is utter bullshit. I’ve NEVER done that. That’s pure unadulterated ‘Chickhawk’ meme bullshit right there. I have spoken of my military experience during reminiscences, humorous anecdotes, and when answering or clearing up technical matters of military science. I have NEVER used it as a shield. And it’s areal POS that makes such a low accusation.

I pistol-whipped ChenZen for being a fucking kossack-crowd retard. And like all the other fucking cowards of his broad yellow stripe, he strikes where and when he cannot be answered.

I’m right here Rayra.  Enter a phony email if you want. 

I’ll admit that the Centurion description may not be 100% accurate, but I did notice that the Archivist tactics got whipped out one more time in that thread (in ad Hominem fashion, no less).  Where are those posts saved on your computer, anyway?  Filed under “kossack-crowd retard”?

Update:  I decided that Rayra was right, and it would be unfair use Centurion as the best description of his tactics.  I don’t remember any instance where he used his military service as a weapon on the cyber-battlefield.  However, since it is a pretty funny visual, I’ll keep the picture up there.

Update:  Sadly No!  Rayra’s fame spreads.

Update:  Oh well, more drama over at LGF (really gets going about here).  Saved for documentation purposes.   I did think this was pretty funny though:

#274 Colonel Panik  6/05/2007 1:14:26 pm PDT

Isn’t “Rayra” an Eric Clapton song as sung by Kim Jong-Il?

You got me on my knees
I’m beggin’ darring prease
Darring won’t you ease
My worried mind?

GCP gang not happy.  Rayra responds:

9mos, 5days. And those cocksuckers are still gestating their Hate. Fuck’em.

I’ll say the same thing here that I posted at Wizbang to nony – LGF’s readership stats have collapsed to what they were 2-1/2yrs ago immediately post the Memogate surge. Half what they were when we were Purged.  Obviously we were not the cause of LGF’s declining stats. And in fact, most of the decline has come after our ouster.
Meanwhile, the same pack of snarky cunts who demonized their fellow Jews as Nazis, Sharon as Hitler, Israeli police as Stormtroopers, who called themselves ‘higher quality Jews’ are still there shoveling up shit.
And LLLibtard tools and mobies like ChenZhen et al are still there rolling around in it. You remember ChenZhen don’t you, that jackoff that first showed up as a Kossack crossover and a self-proclaimed Deaniac, to boot?
Those are the folks that populate LGF now, while it’s viewership is off 50%, it’s average daily comments off 40%, where Charles now floats banner ads at the top of the page as the ‘next new thing’ for generating revenue.
A pox on them all. LGF served it’s purpose. Now the blogosphere is rife with folks exposing the Jihad on a regular basis.

My best wishes to the remaining good folks that post there or lurk in silence. C’mon over and have a chat where folks the likes of the shriekers, hand-wringing doomsayers and backbiters are most emphatically NOT welcome. 

And I say again, a damned shame that ‘NY Nana git yer pruny ass in here’ topic was deleted. She kept her shithole shut while that ready trump was at hand. Now the crazy old bitch once again feels brave enough to cast her aspersions. And I’m not going to be bothered to rebut them for the umpteenth time. Fuck’em.

I can’t believe this guy got banned.  Maybe it was an imposter Charles after all?


Righty Blog Of The Week: Moonbattery

March 25, 2007

There is just something about the term ‘moonbat’ that fascinates me. I’m not quite sure why. Perhaps it’s because I’ve seen it used to label anyone from Cindy Sheehan to John Murtha to Arianna Huffington to George Clooney, without seeing anything really consistent to link the term with the behavior described.  I’m beginning to think that ‘moonbat’ is just a catch all term that’s thrown out there by righty bloggers when someone is perceived as acting in some ‘leftist’ manner (by someones definition) or expressing an opposing viewpoint.  That covers quite a broad range.  In fact, at this point, the wielders of the slur would most likely apply it to a majority of America, as 54% of the population now believes that Bush/Cheney deliberately misled the nation about the threat posed by Saddam Hussein in the run-up to the Iraq war.  Since the “Bush lied” meme is consistently labeled as ‘moonbattish’, it’s apparent that there are literally ‘moonbats’ around every corner.  Watch out!

When it comes to where the term is used on the blogs, there is undoubtedly none that use it with more impunity than this one:


The Moonbattery blogger, Van Helsing (get it?), was presumably curious about my “What The Hell Is A Moonbat?” post and decided to stop by last week. Here’s what he (I assume) had to say:

Another possible definition of a moonbat is “a smug liberal who adopts a smirking tone without really knowing what he’s talking about.”

I’d have to disagree with that statement.  Smugness online is a tell-tale sign of an Ideologue, a flame warrior that  also has a conservative variation.  But who am I to say?  I’m dealing with a blogger with a PhD. in moonbatology.  Maybe I should just shut the hell up before I get a ‘vampire bomb’ dropped on my smug ass, eh?

Anyway, click the link if you think you’re ready to enter the den of the web’s crusader-in-chief against all things ‘moonbat’.


The “War On Terror” Is Just A Phrase

March 25, 2007

I’ve had a problem with the way the slogan ‘war on terror’ has been used by the Bush administration for quote some time.  In fact, anyone familiar with my posts on this blog or will find the sentiments expressed in Zbigniew Brzezinski’s op-ed in the Washington Post  a bit familiar-sounding: Terrorized by ‘War on Terror’

The damage these three words have done — a classic self-inflicted wound — is infinitely greater than any wild dreams entertained by the fanatical perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks when they were plotting against us in distant Afghan caves. The phrase itself is meaningless. It defines neither a geographic context nor our presumed enemies. Terrorism is not an enemy but a technique of warfare — political intimidation through the killing of unarmed non-combatants.

That’s always been the problem with this whole concept.  In order to ‘win’ the ‘war on terror’ we would have to erase the word from the dictionary.  There is no ‘winning‘.  Not to mention that counterterrorism efforts didn’t exactly begin on 9/11:

Time magazine used the phrase

I’m not going to say that I agree with everything that Brzezinski posted there, but it’s a well written piece. Here is Zbigniew Brzezinski in his interview with Bill Maher Friday night: