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antichrist
02-04-2005, 04:56 PM
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I am older than you but your memory is failing you earlier. Now think back, it may be difficult but try. Yes they were considering to begin charging the Hakoah Chess Club rent just after I had set up the Sydney Chess Club, forget exact name, not important.




I have been told that you had set up your CBD chess club after Hakoah had their rental problems (and not before).


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And as I told you before, the first thing I did upon hearing this was to ring my then friend (still may be), Joel Harp, and offer for Hakoah members to come and take over my club - BECAUSE I RESPECTED THE HAKOAH CLUB and did not want to see them in dire staits.




You had no respect for the Hakoah club at all. All you wanted was for some person(s) to take over the running of your newly set up Sydney CBD chess club (in much the same way that you got Bob Keast to do virtually all the work in running the first 3 Easter cups and Ernest Dorn the last 3 Easter Cups instead of actually running them yourself).

If you had any respect for Hakoah you would never have paraded yourself around the streets of Sydney with a "Star of David = Swastika" banner!



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I had chosen the same night as theirs as had no choice but to clash with some club or another, and on later nights my son had homework assignments which I would give him hints on. On Monday nights he never had assignments. You not being a father would not know this.



Not only did your Monday night clash with Hakoah, but also with Canterbury. As you know, a few Canterbury members complained to me about this, which neccesitated me having to waste my time asking you to "please explain" email to you. To be fair, I tend to agree with you that Canterbry (Belmore) was probaly far enough away from the Sydney CBD to be affected, but it nonetheless shows your gross insensitivity in abusing the Canterbury chess club solely for your own selfish purposes (holding the 2002 SEC) and then setiing up a rival chess club on same Monday night as Canterbury.

Whether or not you deliberately chose Monday night to clash with Hakoah or not is only a question you can answer (I have no idea how your mind works - and I don't want to know either!). Sure, I am not a parent - but I have had some parents tell me that (unlike you) Monday night is probably the busiest night for them (and their children) as far as school homework + assignments etc go!


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I have already told you all this about one year and you promised that next time you ran into Joel Harp you would check up on it. Well you have opened your big mouth once too often again and should apologise because my action was exactly opposite to the crime you accuse me of. I was generous to the Jewish club. In spite of my opinion of the Israeli government. This shows my generosity even to my people who may strongly disagree with me on a issue passionate to myself. I did the same for Jase and got no thanks for it, even though it did not expect nor need/want.




Was actually late November (about 4.5 months ago) and not "about one year" as you claim. Refer to posts 140 to 150 in "Welcome" thread of "Coffee Lounge" forum on this BB (accessible to those with over 200 posts).

I was actually at Hakoah for 2 Monday nights in January (I played in an Allegro and a Lightning comp), but Joel Harp was not there on either of these nights (BTW, BB member Gareth Charles can verify that I was at Hakoah on one or both these nights) so I could not ask Joel these questions!

BTW, if someone on this BB knows Joel Harp, can they have a look at posts 140 to 150 in "Welcome" thread of "Coffee Lounge" forum and ask him the relevant questions (his recollections) and post them on here?

As for "sticking up for Jase" (Jason Lyons I presume), you have never done so. In fact, you have said a few nasty things about him over the last 2 years or so, such as part of a post of yours (which Kevin Bonham had to delete) regarding transgender toilets at the Gay Mardi Gras(although personally I found this post of yours quite amusing, although I doubt that Jason would have!).



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I want a public apology "mate"!!!




You will get NO apology from me, as I have nothing to apologise for! I stopped short of making a direct accusation. I am memerly pointing out an "interesting coincidence" that two other people have brought to my attention in recent months.


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II will answer your next post within one hour. Don't go away. Fancy pulling this on over Easter Saturday, between when the Jews were supposed to have JC crucified and his resurrection. No sensitivities about you.



How dare you accuse me (or anyone else) over "lack of sensitivity over Easter" you HYPOCRITE!!!! How dare you, you stupid FOOL!

Look at yourself, you hypocrite! What about all your past demonstrations (which you have bragged about on this BB) of going to St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedrral in Sydney CBD over Easter and doing things like getting a wafer and stabbing it (pretending that the wafer is Jesus Christ and that you are stabbing him) and being proud of all the media attention your action atract. Where is your Easter sensitivity, you fool?! And lets be honest that your obsession with the Sydney Easter Cup has NOTHING to do with chess and is merely a continuation of your disruptive behaviour over the Easter period.


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You should try and concentrate on winning a few game down there for all the money you have forked out.



My Doeberl performance was reasonable and within theoretical expectations. I was seeded 16-17 and came 13-19. Given your hatred/hostility towards Doeberl, you wouldn't understand that playing at Doeberl is about more than just trying to win prize money. For me (and I am sure most others) it is about 1) playing in a well organised chess tournament, 2) meeting other BB personalities, 3) having a "mini-holiday", 4) catching up with "chess identities" who I rarely get to meet at other times of the year etc etc. Too bad that due to your foolishness you will never get to enjoy "the Doeberl experience".

firegoat7
03-04-2005, 01:59 PM
Hello A/C,

As a mexican it is hard to follow what is going on here. Maybe you could repost point for point.

Cheers Fg7