If you wrote that Larbgai, you're ****ing wasted.
It's ****in good !
"LarbGai" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> **** To start off Kramer Day than a song about Kombat himself.
> Happy Kramer Day Steve.
> NEWSGROUP PERSONALITY
> To be sung to "Modern Major General" by Gilbert & Sullivan
> I am the very model of a Newsgroup personality.
> I intersperse obscenity with tedious banality.
> Addresses I have plenty of, both genuine and ghosted, too,
> On all the countless newsgroups that my drivel is cross-posted to.
> Your bandwidth I will fritter with my whining and my snivelling,
> And you're the one who pays the bill, downloading all my drivelling.
> My enemies are numerous, and no-one would be blaming you,
> For cracking my head open after I've been rudely flaming you.
> I hate to lose an argument (by now I should be used to it).
> I wouldn't know a valid point if I was introduced to it.
> My learning is extensive but consists of mindless trivia,
> Designed to fan my ego, which is larger than Bolivia.
> The comments that I vomit forth, disguised as jest and drollery,
> Are really just an exercise in unremitting trollery.
> I say I'm frank and forthright, but that's merely lies and vanity,
> The gibberings of one who's at the limits of his sanity.
> If only I could get a life, as many people tell me to;
> If only Mom could find a circus freak-show she could sell me to;
> If I go off to Zanzibar to paint the local scenery;
> If I lose all my fingers in a mishap with machinery;
> If I survive to twenty, which is somewhat problematical;
> If what I post was more mature, or slightly more grammatical;
> If I could learn to spell a bit, and maybe even punctuate;
> Would I still be the loathsome and objectionable punk you hate?
> But while I have this tiresome urge to prance around and show my
> It simply isn't safe for normal people here in cyberspace.
> To stick me in Old Sparky and turn on the electricity,
> Would be a fitting punishment for my egocentricity.
> I always have the last word; so, with uttermost finality,
> That's all from me, the model of a Newsgroup personality.