[Noisebridge-discuss] [drama] Addressing individuals

Mitchel McAllister xonimmortal at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 18 06:30:08 UTC 2013


I agree. The guy with the knife should stay away. Whoever that might  be, because it wasn't me. But thanks to everybody for taking the word of Tony on this - by the way, Dan never said anything about me having a knife. But hey, Tony can say whatever he likes, without consequence,as he has been doing constantly since September.  
-----Original Message-----
Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 7:31:41 pm
To: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
From: "Drew McDermott" <drewmcdermott2002 at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] [drama] Addressing individuals

> In the case of Daravinne, I intentionally broadcast personal info about
her
> as an attack because I know she's a very private person & would hate that.

Can you and the guy with the knife and whoever he was trying to knife stay
away from the space for a while?
You are screwing up Noisebridge for everyone.

thanks.






On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 7:07 PM, Tony Longshanks LeTigre <
anthonyletigre at gmail.com> wrote:

> I understand your suggestion. In the case of "The Reverend Mik" and Dan
> Chinaski, I intended to tell them both in person this morning that I
> thought their violent behavior last night inhibited the workspace & made me
> uncomfortable in the space, & that since I said that last night & they
> disregarded or pretended not to hear it, I was going to take the next step
> & post it to the Disgust list. This is the same thing that happened with
> another individual (it's not a secret, but I'll refrain) a year or so ago
> after I confronted him about some mega shitty behavior on his part in the
> NB kitchen: not only did he not take responsibility or show any contrition,
> he escalated things further, at which point my options were to engage in a
> physical confrontation with him in the middle of the space, or bring it to
> the community's attention. I chose the latter.
>
> In the case of Daravinne, I intentionally broadcast personal info about
> her as an attack because I know she's a very private person & would hate
> that. I, on the other hand, hate having 3 years of work stolen from me,
> first by police, then by her. We're talking about things I've worked on on
> a DAILY basis for the last 3 years, which I have been unable to touch for
> the last 2 months. I knew I ran the risk of arrest, jail &c when I holed up
> in the darkroom in the unused lab at UCSF Parnassus, but I didn't expect it
> from a "friend," even one who had shown previous hints of her "true colors"
> in the past. In other words, airing that sort of personal attack is not
> something I would nor



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