First time poster, no-time caller. The subject that's come to my notice is neither as auspicious nor as ambitious as Christian Weston Chandler. The subject of which I discuss is small-scale by comparison, and relegates his content almost exclusively to textual rants across assorted blogs and anachronistic forums revolving around adult content, celebrities, and wrestling. But is this person a worthy "Lolcow," as you term it? The following information has been gleaned solely via the internet.Considering it's about me, I am obviously correct.
Topic: Is TJChurch a "Lolcow"?
The entity in question is depicted as a person. His behavior can be described as unintentionally humorous and bizarre. He almost certainly overreacts to trivial matters. He has his own blog, and posts on various forums, and participates in an adult erotic collaborative fiction website (my first impressions of your organization indicate you disapprove strongly of the expression of human sexuality). The majority of his content is sourced from this last point; he is most vociferous at a site known as Literotica, although he peruses wrestling and celebrity image forums as well.
The subject fancies himself a masterful writer, although he is inconsistent to say he never sees himself making any mistakes and admitting he makes the occasional mistake. He makes numerous glaring grammatical errors (outlined below), and attacks other writers when they make even the slightest error. At some times, this behavior must be seen to be understood. He abuses the site's voting system in order to promote himself and denigrate others, and on the old Chyoo website, he exploited the outdated coding to remove himself from other users' block lists and to get his poorly-written threads automatically approved.
Literotica is a strange environment for his trolling behavior, because of a refreshingly antiquated site design. They appear not only incapable of permanently banning him, but have demonstrated an unwillingness to oppose this status quo. To this end, he has created a veritable legion of alternative screen names for himself to circumvent bans both from the forums and the connected Chyoo site itself (which was recently updated to Chyoa this year). Varieties of these names can be found elsewhere, have been banned from Literotica, and may still have content attached.
Sample: TJChurch, TJChurch2001, tnadnuder, corybranan, emmawason, arielcastro, orlandomerced, kaydenfox, deaconclay1, warrenjeffs, rippitydoo, abacinate
The subject's writing style is typified by an abundant reliance upon the ampersand (&), layered parentheticals [()], hyphenations of words ("far-less-important"), slash clauses under the impression having one accurate term will counter less accurate terms ("editing/deleting"), excessive quotation marks and interrobangs ("‽"), and combinations thereof (the infamous "&/or" that has become his staple).
TJChurch's routine appears to involve posting intermittently on his blog, and posting on the Literotica forums' Chyoo section after 11:00 PM EDT, particularly in response to whatever the most active threads are in addition to an entire thread dedicated solely to outing his trolling behavior. Literotica's response to this is to delete his posts each and every night he does so, sometimes multiple times in a night, leaving his posts available for up to an hour after their posting. The subject's response is to repost his deleted posts verbatim. He also opts to quote pieces of text from whoever he's arguing against, relying on the "I am rubber, you are glue," defense, ignoring moderators, and flagrant hypocrisy (i.e. not responding to questions aimed at him).
On a further note, the subject also suffers from diabetes, although he is vehement to deny his doctor's diagnosis, despite the fact he also alludes to taking his medication. He also suffers from various other serious medical conditions as elaborated on his (now seemingly abandoned and hidden) blog, which is pretty tragic, but the issue is obviously his online behavior and not the unfortunate cards life has dealt him. All of this information has been readily gleaned from sources on the internet where it is volunteered by the subject himself.
I have included these source links for reference:
BlogEnfarcement (Made private, so that nobody on earth will ever read it, in a brilliant display of no logic whatsoever.) Its content can be found later in the thread at THIS post.
"Usernames to Beware" thread on the Literotica forums Chyoo section.
He also has accounts on various wrestling website forums, such as WrestlingForum and WrestlingZone.
Does this qualify for a "Lolcow"? Has this been sufficient? If I'm mistaken, then I'll willingly drop the matter. Thank you for your time, and if this is somehow not in line with the site's manifest, then I apologize.