For those not in the know, sometimes a little transparency can shed light on difficult and complex issues.
Fuck it-- kim.com is cool, too:
I figure it was @sneak or @menta who hacked me. Except when I reflect on it, I feel pretty confident that @menta isn't that kind of person. Hell, at the time things went down, his father had just died. He did not know what was going on, and I knew that and decided not to hold anything against him. I should have been a bit more convicted about that, though. Anyone who hacked me could have seen easily that I'd stupidly said ghosts would haunt Jan. He's probably like anyone else: just another schmuck struggling to do as best as he can, and for that, and for teaching me about cannabis oils, he has my respect. maybe some other stuff, less so.
But I'm sure he could say the same about me.
- The proposal I made to Stinc (would have solved many problems)
- The proposal @sneak had me prepare (frankly did nothing to benefit stinc, and harmed the chain and its user community)
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