Sunday, March 3, 2013

I have a new troll: he's cute but don't feed him

The little thing you cannot see
in the photo is the troll's
This is my new troll.  Sometimes he in Anonymous, sometimes he is "Dan Smith," and if he acquires a shred of imagination he will show up with some other name.  His real name is Jim, and a lot of my regular readers will know who he is.

Jim has time on his hands to shift around IP addresses (time which could be spent better in learning to spell, punctuate, and acquire new invective beyond "asshole" and "Right Winger").  But he won't.

I will, whenever the mood strikes me, delete his comments, but until his infantile attention span lapses (3-2-1-sometime soon) he will probably keep popping up.

Please don't feed him.  I can handle his insults, but his inability to spell, capitalize correctly, or to deploy commas and periods within striking distance of the English language is often more than I can stomach.


Anonymous said...

If only the troll would go away.

NCSDad said...

The campaign to enrage Muslims drones on :

Jack said...
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Anonymous said...

deleting the comment just proves you are gay for McVay..

its alright, I fucked his mom once

Steven H. Newton said...

I think I will leave this one here: it proves what a class act you are.

Steven H. Newton said...

And, you know what? I think I will put back Jack Justis' cute comment as well, under the same idea--this is how classy Jack's pursuit of "justice" is:

Original comment by Jack:

Steve you seem very good at dividing the libertarian party.

You support the kid that was abusing/selling xanax and you harass other more professional members of the LP.

You sure are a winner..

I think in the end you are just mad that I got some reporters to talk about mr. mcvays DUI..

If I did not know better I would assume you and mcvay are butt buddies.. but I can not say that because it would fall under slander.

Jack JUSTIS (not justice) said...

I assume this change of heart is because you bought some Xanax off of will and now you are happy and not full of censorship.

How much does will sell his xanax for anyways?

J.C. said...

Steve and Will are still assholes.

J.C. said...

And wanna be Dictators

J.C. said...

Ex- Libertarian candidate McVay pleads to DUI. DOVER – A former 2012 candidate for a Kent County Representative seat plead guilty to a driving under the influence of drugs charge last week, the culmination of investigation into an Oct. 6, 2012 vehicle accident in rural Magnolia, authorities said.

Dover resident William “Will” McVay, listed as vice chair on the Libertarian Party of Delaware’s website, was accepted into a First Offenders Program after the Feb. 26 plea before Kent County Court of Common Pleas Judge Charles Welch, according to the Attorney General’s Office.

Mr. McVay, also recognized as Kent County Libertarian Party chair and treasurer, said little on the case when reached by phone and asked for comment by a reporter on Monday morning.

“I’m still on probation and don’t have anything to say,” Mr. McVay said. “I don’t have a comment.”

Answering via email for clarification on his current position within the Libertarian Party, Mr. McVay responded, “I am on the convention planning committee. That's it. I have a relationship with the venue we're trying to use.”

Attempts to reach Libertarian state chairman Brad C. Thomas for comment were unsuccessful via email and a phone message.

Delaware State Police Master Cpl. Gary E. Fournier said the accident occurred last fall at approximately 3:15 p.m. on a Saturday when the 28-year-old Mr. McVay lost control of a 1999 Jeep Cherokee he was driving westbound on Walnut Shade Road just east of Autumn Moon Lane.

As the vehicle tires left the north edge of the roadway, police said, Mr. McVay attempted to correct by turning to the left, which caused the vehicle to swerve into the eastbound lane and then back into the westbound lane before rolling onto its side in a ditch on the north side of the roadway.

Mr. McVay was arrested by a responding trooper from DSP Troop 3, police said.

Mr. McVay was subsequently charged with DUI of drugs, possession of a controlled substance (two Xanax pills), possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to have insurance in possession, and failure to remain in a single lane.

Mr. McVay, who police said was not injured in the crash, was released on unsecured bond for the charges.

The AG’s Office said as part of his sentence Mr. McVay must pay the $250 cost of prosecution, was placed on one year of Level 1 probation (during which time he must complete a DUI course through the Department of Motor Vehicles), and he lost his license for one year.

After completing the DUI course and paying the cost of prosecution and any court fines he can apply to DMV to get his license back, AG spokesman Jason P. Miller said.

Ross Karsnitz in the Public Defender’s office represented Mr. McVay, the AG’s Office said.

On Sept. 11, 2012, Mr. McVay was defeated in the Republican primary for the 32nd District nomination, falling to Ellis Parrott by a 295-106 vote. He was vying for a seat vacated by former Rep. E. Bradford “Brad” Bennett, who was arrested for a second DUI in April 2012 and chose not to run for a third term.

According to a 2012 campaign profile, Mr. McVay is single with no children, has a dog named Dea. He was unemployed at the time of the election, and graduated from the University of Delaware in 2007 with two degrees - a Bachelor of Science in computers and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology - and a minor in a Political Science.

Mr. McVay was affiliated with Kent County Theater Guild, the Occupy Dover movement, 912 Delaware Patriots and Libertarian Party.

Mr. McVay’s father Jesse was the Libertarian Party candidate for governor last year, while his mother Mary Pat ran for Kent County clerk of the peace. Mary Pat is currently Kent County party vice chair and state treasurer, and Jesse is a Kent representative on the state executive committee and state board.

Staff writer Craig Anderson can be reached at 741-8296 or Follow @DSNAnderson on Twitter.


Anonymous said...

Steve not only are you a self righteous son of a bitch. But your also very arrogant and ingroant acting like your shit doesn't stink.

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Anonymous said...

Steve Newton is a commie, snowflake... I noticed how he has all but disappeared from the political arena, after his major defeat in a I'll fated attempt of a campaign run.