Silly Games

Someone using a spyware infested browser on IP (which appears to be an IP belonging to a residential high speed internet customer of Cebridge Connections in Pilot Point, TX) hit my site searching Google using the string “fuller, chacon, foster, stratso.”  There are only two hits on Google for that particular string, and this posting of mine from May 3, 2005 is the top hit.  That post was about some little wankers who had vandalized the high school stadium in Pilot Point by cementing a basketball goal in the middle of the football field.  The students involved were Steve Stratso, Josh Chacon, Matt Hatten, Britton Foster and Drew Fuller.

Whoever hit the site and read that post was obviously offended by it and decided to send the following missive via contact form:

To: <email redacted>
From: your gay <[email protected]>
Subject: Contact Form: get
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 17:46:15 -0700 (PDT)
Message from IP:
Referral URL:

ran over by a semi while your wife and kids are watching.

Charming, eh? 

Since you obviously don’t have the balls to use your real identity when contacting me, I’ll make my response here.  Specifically, I want you to know that everything you do online leaves tracks.  For now your little missive was just vaguely annoying.  But if you continue to send messages I will take the information above and contact the police in Pilot Point and/or your internet provider.  Your IP address can be tracked back to the account owner, which I suspect would get us back to your parents, and shortly get us back to you.

Consider this fair warning to be careful what you say online and to whom.

Also, please note that the correct word for the “From” line would be “you’re”, not “your.”  “Your” is a posessive pronoun which reflects ownership of something (i.e. your jail term), while “you’re” is a contraction for “you are,” which reflects a state of being or status (as in “you are an idiot”).  If you want to call someone a name it helps to know the right form to use.

Finally, this posting will eventually be picked up by Google so that the search terms you used to find my original article will also find this post, which means your message will now be associated with the names of the students involved in the incident.  If you contact me again, I will also post about it again, which will further cement their place in Google history.  You need to seriously consider whether you really want to play this game with me or not. 

Now sod off.


  1. Rodney says:

    I almost hope “your gay” replies.  I’d like to see what happens to someone who gets on you’re (sic) bad side.

  2. Heh.  I’m just not willing to tolerate a bunch of bull from whiny little brats who don’t want to accept the consequences of their actions.

    It will be interesting to see if he replies or not, though.