Rossi vs. Darden developments [CASE CLOSED]

  • The way you intersperse your response is making it very difficult for me to respond directly.


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    I was told that blog entries were inadmissible. Now we know they have been admitted as evidence.

    Whoever told you that blog entries are always inadmissible was: (1) not me; and either (2) wrong or (3) actually making a much less general statement which you misunderstood. Both 2 and 3 are possible; given what I've seen of your antics so far, I'd say 3 is more likely.


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    And for the 987th time, you will not answer a hypothetical but I'll ask anyways because I like to see how lawyers twist. Does the fact that some of the blog entries have been admitted mean that the supposed offer blog entry is more likely or less likely to be admitted as evidence?

    1: That's not a hypothetical.
    2: I don't know how much more clearly I can say this: the fact that a particular blog entry has been admitted makes it neither more likely or less likely that the "supposed offer" entry would be admitted, because each and every individual entry offered as evidence must be admitted on its own merits. The admission of other entries from the blog makes no difference. At all. Of any kind. None.


    As far as your tl:dr lawyer stuff, that's known on planet Earth as the law. It's possible that nobody listens to it on Planet Moonbat, but a copy of it will be in a well-thumbed book on the judge's bench in Florida. And the judge pays attention to it. If she doesn't, she gets overturned on appeal.

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    I have been saying this is a vehicle to get the 5 week trial whittled down to 20 minutes.

    You are wrong. As in, so far from 'right' that you cannot see right anymore because the curvature of the universe is blocking your view.


    The statement is almost certainly inadmissible, and even if it's admitted it doesn't demonstrate what you think it demonstrates. There are no circumstances in which the alleged indefinite offer to settle from months in the past would settle a suit over whether Rossi completed his performance and is now owed millions of dollars.

  • It takes a special person to stay loyal to Rossi. He has told so many lies in his depositions that it will be impossible for him to avoid perjuring himself on the stand in Miami. His very deliberate plan to use sock puppets and the Planet Rossi special person spin machine in creating confusion and assembling their "story" from nits and staged exchanges is not working - there are too many intelligent lovers of fact and truth on his tail. The remaining real folks who are left need to realize that history has shown that things don't work out very well for those used by Rossi in his past schemes. He gets what he needs out of them and dumps them like cold leftovers. Fortunately, the moment of truth is upon him and he is going to have to answer for his actions and lies. No amount of internet spin is going to change that - no matter how hard they try.

  • So what are you afraid of then?

    As for me, I'm afraid he may get away with it. I'm afraid he will be slippery and confusing enough on the stand that the jurors will just think he is having problems with English language comprehension. Personally, I have no fear whatsoever that he has anything that works. There is no empirical evidence to suggest otherwise, and large amounts of evidence of a deliberate scam.

  • TTM - Are you afraid to use your real name? While we're on the subject, who said anything about being afraid besides you and what point are you trying to make?Is this just more attempted Planet Rossi digital bully-floamage? To answer your question - I'm not afraid of anything on Planet Rossi or planet earth.

  • Calm down Dewey. From all your ranting and slashing around here I got the impression you are afraid that something might not go the way you want it with the trial on course.

    If that impression was wrong then it is ok with me.


    BTW: didn't i already tell you my real name?

  • Sifferkoll - I'm almost starting to feel sorry for you again. The numbers of lies in Rossi's depositions are staggering. I don't think we'll be able to get to all of them.


    And what is with your ongoing "hand on the Bible" thingy? These are signs of some bad juju siffer.

  • Ah, so being physically close to Rossi or the ecat will change your outlook and clarify the reality of the technology. This could well be the true Rossi Effect, certainly IH seemed to succumb for a period. I wonder if its strength adheres to the inverse square law?

  • We're learning a lot about Siffer today. I'm going to hold off on my new nickname for him while he continues to lay down some track.


    From the Planet Rossi collective:

    1. Repeat it enough and it will become true. (nuff said about that)

    2. The market is the true measure of a working device. (mercerto veritas or some mumbo jumbo like that - had a hard time typing that one with straight face / fingers).

    3. You have to be close enough to the master to see the truth. (which is not true as I got pretty close to the master and his reactor with an IR temp gun - saw the truth and got thrown out).


    What else can we add to Malcolm's inverse square law initiative?

  • Dear Dewey,

    Maybe you could sit and enjoy the match, you and the pacemonitor share enough facts to give any rational reader a hint on the result, so no need to worry about the result.

    I'm more worried by your desire to participate to the match, but unless you reach the bar, we are in the tribune, and the police of the tribune watch us.

    Wan't some popcorn?

    Or you can watch "Orange is the new Black" on Netflix thinking about ... someone you will love there.

  • As an interested observer, I am completely mystified by those who continue to argue with the handful of remaining Rossi supporters here. Clearly contradictions, outright lies, ridiculous rationalizations, and impossibilities give these people no pause whatsoever. Trying to reason with them is utterly futile. Planet Rossi may have its fascinations but keep in mind that the rest of us don't have to live on it.

  • I don't know about you, but to me it is pretty obvious that if you are the actually measuring stuff in first person (like the Uppsala team, Mats Lewan, etc) then you are infinitely better suited to assess reality than sitting in some kitchen on the other side of the planet guessing and making stuff up that suits your agenda ad hoc (like most people here).


    If you bother to read and then do the necessary work to understand the literature on the Lugano report, then you are in a much better position to understand the Lugano team, Mats et al. Whether the reading is done in an armchair or on the moon makes no difference.


    I can't see that being charmed by them is either here or there when it comes to evaluating scientific competence.

  • Well, you certainly are afraid of saying anything with your hand on the bible, isn't it so Dewey. Those fantasy bible entities of yours must be really scary. ... Yeah, why don't you tell me why it is so important that you dodge it every time? Could it be because you tell nothing but lies? [ ... etc. ... ]


    sifferkoll 's account suspended for two weeks. It was just a matter of time. Next time will probably be permanent.