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#1 2012-10-09 02:27:14

Mark Miwords
Member
Posts: 15

The case against Russell Street

From Ivy Style today, from me to Chelsea Drug Store:

"I still think that attempts to understand and explain away are a mistake. You seek to humanise inhuman behaviour and find motives which defend the indefensible. To do this is to join in with somebody elseís game. As I have said to you before, if we are talking about who I think we are then you are dealing with a pack of lies. It is as simple as that. A.N.Other would just seem to love winding people up."

Street is a serial offender, I have even compared him to a serial killer in the past. His behaviour patterns are set and inflexible. Witness the following:

1. Trad.  He encourages the trusting into fantasy and then mocks them.

2. Talk Ivy.  See above.

3. Ivy Style.  See above.

It's the same thing over and over again and new people keep on falling for it. Perverse is the only adjective which truly sums up Russell Street. What other word could equally express the satisfaction he must get from all this manipulation of the innocent?

Believing him is a grave mistake. Disbelieving him is an even greater one. His critics are just as much fools as his supporters. His defence? "I don't exist". Yet stupidly people buy into him both for and against. WAKE UP !!!!!

 

#2 2012-10-09 02:35:10

Drum Thunder !!!
Son of Odin
From: the Time that Land Forgot.
Posts: 3768

Re: The case against Russell Street

I know it's terrible, I even had the party whip onto me.


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#3 2012-10-09 03:50:12

Taylor McIntyre
Son of Ivy...
Posts: 333

Re: The case against Russell Street

More:

"And yet you too are engaging with him by this discourse (as am I). This is my point, the man tells you he is a liar and yet you are basing all your analysis on his lies. You have been dragged down the rabbit hole too. What I can't understand is how he does this. He has no charisma. He presents himself as loathsome and quickly lives up to that description, yet you are all talking about him which is clearly what he wants. And I would still maintain that you are all talking about nothing. His "I don't exist" defence is the most mocking thing of all. I do not believe a word he says and all this analysis of him is ridiculous. He is a character of fiction. "

 

#4 2012-10-09 04:01:52

Taylor McIntyre
Son of Ivy...
Posts: 333

Re: The case against Russell Street

Pfffffft !

wink

 

#5 2012-10-09 04:03:54

Taylor McIntyre
Son of Ivy...
Posts: 333

Re: The case against Russell Street

Got Marky Mark talking though...

 

#6 2012-10-09 07:37:46

fxh
Big Down Under.
From: Melbourne
Posts: 5354

Re: The case against Russell Street

Case dismissed - how can the case be before the court when no identity has been established - as Milord/miword has already conceded.

And theres no body.

All hearsay and not admissible.


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#7 2012-10-09 10:03:27

GIZhou007
Ivy Original.
From: Brisbane Australia
Posts: 653

Re: The case against Russell Street

Just as I start my research on Ivy Style in Shanghai and the Straits Settlements in the 1920s and 30s.  Where East meets West so to say.  A lot of unstructured natural shouldered jackets there.

 

#8 2012-10-09 11:16:52

4F Hepcat
THE Cat
Posts: 9721

Re: The case against Russell Street

fxh wrote:

Case dismissed

Don't tell me, Russell was in his working clothes......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABwDWwYX0Q4


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#9 2012-10-09 12:05:55

Yuca
Member
Posts: 4020

Re: The case against Russell Street

Mark Miwords wrote:

Street is a serial offender, I have even compared him to a serial killer in the past. His behaviour patterns are set and inflexible. Witness the following:

1. Trad.  He encourages the trusting into fantasy and then mocks them.

2. Talk Ivy.  See above.

3. Ivy Style.  See above.

It's the same thing over and over again and new people keep on falling for it. Perverse is the only adjective which truly sums up Russell Street. What other word could equally express the satisfaction he must get from all this manipulation of the innocent?

Believing him is a grave mistake. Disbelieving him is an even greater one. His critics are just as much fools as his supporters. His defence? "I don't exist". Yet stupidly people buy into him both for and against. WAKE UP !!!!!

I still don't get what Jim's guilty of.  He was largely responsible for turning me from someone with no knowledge of ivy clothing into a diehard ivy fan; what's the problem?  He insults Chens repeatedly (some would say fixatedly).  Nothing to approve of (although Chens does ask for it), but it hardly makes him a genius Bond villain.

And either believing or disbelieving him is a grave mistake?  You've really lost me there I'm afraid.

Btw, Jim stopped calling himself R Street some time ago.  Try to keep up.

Or are you another one of Jim's alter egos?  (It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.)


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#10 2012-10-09 12:38:43

steve mcqueen fan
Agent Ivy.
Posts: 1054

Re: The case against Russell Street

Yuca wrote:

Mark Miwords wrote:

Street is a serial offender, I have even compared him to a serial killer in the past. His behaviour patterns are set and inflexible. Witness the following:

1. Trad.  He encourages the trusting into fantasy and then mocks them.

2. Talk Ivy.  See above.

3. Ivy Style.  See above.

It's the same thing over and over again and new people keep on falling for it. Perverse is the only adjective which truly sums up Russell Street. What other word could equally express the satisfaction he must get from all this manipulation of the innocent?

Believing him is a grave mistake. Disbelieving him is an even greater one. His critics are just as much fools as his supporters. His defence? "I don't exist". Yet stupidly people buy into him both for and against. WAKE UP !!!!!

Or are you another one of Jim's alter egos?  (It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.)

This thread in a nutshell , no pun intended. Jim speaks with Mark.    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4zP7247W7o


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#11 2012-10-09 12:46:11

4F Hepcat
THE Cat
Posts: 9721

Re: The case against Russell Street

^Exactly!


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#12 2012-10-09 12:51:18

Liam Mac
Ivy Avenger
From: Beyond!
Posts: 4789

Re: The case against Russell Street

Spot on. I'm sure Jim would be over the moon with that comparison too.

...Mark won't like it one bit.

Last edited by Liam Mac (2012-10-09 13:56:08)


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#13 2012-10-09 13:21:19

Armchaired
Ivy I.V.
From: Old England
Posts: 3959

Re: The case against Russell Street

Itís hard not to absolutely love the guy (Jim) really.
He is an absolute legend but clearly completely bonkers.
Which endears him too me even more.


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#14 2012-10-09 13:23:09

Drum Thunder !!!
Son of Odin
From: the Time that Land Forgot.
Posts: 3768

Re: The case against Russell Street

I love that film, and Take the Money and Run, after that things just got a bit less stupid...


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#15 2012-10-09 13:29:59

steve mcqueen fan
Agent Ivy.
Posts: 1054

Re: The case against Russell Street

Armchaired wrote:

Itís hard not to absolutely love the guy (Jim) really.
He is an absolute legend but clearly completely bonkers.
Which endears him too me even more.

We smokemed peace pipe recently, I hope he takes my joke as it was intended.


"McQueen's message was signaled through subtraction... in a tweed or herringbone jacket and a ribbed swearer he had an electric austerity".

 

#16 2012-10-09 13:38:04

Armchaired
Ivy I.V.
From: Old England
Posts: 3959

Re: The case against Russell Street

^^
Hopefully
He built this playground for us kids.
He shouldn't  get angry if we go a bit crazy on the swings.


Still rock my khakis with a cuff and a crease

 

#17 2012-10-09 17:06:30

Taylor McIntyre
Son of Ivy...
Posts: 333

Re: The case against Russell Street

Oy.... What's a person to think ?

Mark in his stating of the bleedin' obvious as if it's some kind of a bolt from the blue is an even bigger moron than Chens & Geddes.

'Russell' - And I was only ever one quarter of that original writing/drinking team - is only a debating point.

Today he is written by aniother man in anither country for whom I have the highest respect.

... And as for me...

Don't let on, Mark - But I exist !

My Mates know me. You never will.

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