Yes, unfortunately I have not washed my hands of this matter because…well I can’t. At least not yet. Apparently Menj has indeed banned Malaysian IP adresses and at the time I checked, Australian, Scottish and UK IP adresses followed the fold as well. But as I’m writing this, looks like that got all sorted out since I can access his blog now.
For those of you who can’t read it however and are actually curious of why he did it, I’ve taken the liberty of putting up what his posts on the whole issue. You kinda got to click on the images to enlarge them.
And you can get the idea how defensive he is when he starts replying to comments like this.
Then he’s got something to say about me and…well everyone else for that matter.
Yes I happened to be the person who called him a pansy who didn’t know how to go about banning IP’s properly. Because anyone who knows about networking knows that countries do correespond to specific IP adresses and can’t be a fluke of the system to just suddenly not work right like what he claims in defense here.
I don’t know..so he’s done this because it’s a satire. Though I do recall a satire to mean witty remarks to convey insults or scorn. I do get the insults and scorn, but I think I lost the wittiness somewhere along the line there…somewhere along religious genocide and banning all of Malaysia to his blog. Sometimes desperate measures call for desperate actions and this is definitely the act of a desperate person.
Either way you are all free to make up your mind of what kind of a person Menj is and why some of us did what we had to do. There is a difference between the right to speak your mind out and just doing it because you can. The balance here is that we all do what we see to is right or wrong and despite what other people may say, we stand up and face our accusers as well rather than hiding like a child who knows he’s in trouble for stealing a cookie.
I know where I stand and so does Menj and quite a few people. The question is, where is everyone else anyway?