Ah, ’tis truly a thing o’ beauty to watch Terry Koeckritz swagger around Conservapedia, bullying editors, seeing only “enemies” and “liberals” everywhere (which is ironic, seeing as he’s – by his own admission – basically about as conservative as I am Muslim) and lying shamelessly as he does so. It should be mentioned that the fact that the rest of the cowardly curs that “administer” the site allow him to do so, so I actually wish him well. More strength to you Terry, in your ongoing efforts to undermine yet another on-line “community”. (I’ve reverted to using inverted commas here, because as was pointed out in a previous post, Conservapedia has no sense of community left).
So, you ask – what has the prize git been up to this time? Well, let’s give a quick example. Lately, Terry has taken it upon himself to decide what gets to stay on CP and what goes (this from a man who plagiarises the few articles he has contributed there) and lately “pop culture” is no longer allowable on CP. Of course, this should mean that Terry will – at some point – start deleting Ed Poor’s feeble attempts to live-blog Star Trek episodes. condron.us
Anyway, somebody called Lordsami signs up and creates a bunch of pages about Finnish heavy metal (apparently heavy metal is not Finnish, just dead). I can’t say I care for – or even know – the stuff myself, but you’d expect a responsible administrator to take the editor to one side and whisper in his ear that actually we don’t really want this, please try something else. But this, of course in Conservapedia, and Terry Koeckritz in particular, and having to, you know, encourage an editor sounds horribly like work and will eat into his bullying time. No… far easier to block them… except for the fact that he hasn’t really done anything wrong.
Once again, that doesn’t matter on CP – Terry will grab any excuse that comes along. So poor old Lordsami gets the boot and all his work gets deleted. Terry, desperate for a reason to drive away another editor, cites “Violation of Commandments and / or CP Guidelines: Insertion, ad nauseum, of heavy metal pop culture band pages.” as his reason. All very well… until you check the Commandments and Guidelines… whoops not a single mention of “pop culture not allowed.” Nice one Terry, but seeing as the other idiots administering the site won’t say a word, feel free to carry on. They’ve got it coming to them.
It’s little actions like these that make one realise just what a thoroughly useless bunch the people running CP are. For a site geared towards teenagers, run by a “teacher”, they have no idea how to nurture, or encourage editors. That’s simply too much work when you can be bullying editors, or writing semi-literate gibberish about Obama. Which brings me to next time’s topic… the semi-literate hate-monger that is Jpratt.