Guys, this is an admittedly long post, but trust me, it's a fun read.
WindowsKiller wrote:The only person I can't stand is bitrate
Now, this is a shame, as I find you fairly amusing. Clearly childish, but amusing nonetheless.
Everyone reading this should see WindowsKiller in action. He literally goes around the internet on various forums bashing me at almost every opportunity that presents itself.
WindowsKiller wrote:And all he does is talking big about his stuff anyway.
This, coming from the guy who "talked big" so much about the stuff he had, that he went and had his account on this forum deleted.
It was so funny, that I still have that thread archived.
WindowsKiller wrote:as he's a hardware horder
I love this. I collect M2 hardware and WindowsKiller goes around from forum to forum telling everyone I'm a hoarder. I even supply other M2 collectors with hardware from time to time, but still, I'm a hoarder.
NikeX wrote:I know you don't like it, when others show or even write about M2, but we all are glad to visit your new websites. But a little bit less uptight would be nice.
WindowsKiller wrote:Err... what???
WindowsKiller, what NikeX is talking about is exactly what everyone thinks when they read your posts (and not just on this forum). Maybe you don't understand it, but almost every time you post you come across as antagonistic and rude.
(I would guess that you do understand it though.)
And now to the meat of the subject. Some of you reading this may have noticed that WindowsKiller seems to like attacking me on this forum and Assemblergames. Well, this is why:
WindowsKiller wrote:and once tried something very shameful (blackmail, that is) in an attempt to force me giving him a copy of IMSA racing... And all he does is talking big about his stuff anyway.
I've been waiting for WindowsKiller to say this, and it has finally happened.
WindowsKiller got IMSA Racing from one of IMSA's developers named Alex. I tracked down Alex and had a conversation with him via email. Alex tells me that he gave WindowsKiller IMSA Racing with the understanding that WindowsKiller would distribute it to other people who wanted the game.
That's right ladies and gentlemen. WindowsKiller was supposed to have shared the game with everyone years ago when he originally got it.
Instead, he has been lying on various forums telling people that he would never share the game and risk losing the trust of the person who gave him IMSA.
Here is a direct quote from WindowsKiller on Assemblergames forum when people were asking about IMSA:
"I'm not releasing it, since it's copyrighted and licensed work, and I'm also not going to risk losing trust of the person who gave it to me (morality, anyone?)."
I personally love the part when he questions other people's morality LOL. I guess he forgot about the part where he was supposed to be sharing the game with everyone too.
Here's another quote from the same post about IMSA:
"So, please stop your selfishness. You want that the game is preserved? Then be quiet, because it is. You want a copy of it? Sorry, but that won't happen."
He tells other people to stop their selfishness??? LOL.
This sums up what he has been telling people over the last few years about IMSA when he was supposed to be sharing the game with people who asked for it.
You gotta love the tone of his responses too.
Here is what IMSA's developer Alex told me (and yes, he gave me permission share his comments):
Hard to read the image, so here is what Alex wrote about Windowskiller:
"Can you email him and ask him to send you the image I sent him? It's at home somewhere and awkward to email around, being 700 megs. And I sent it to him hoping to get it as widely distributed as possible, not so his website can have an exclusive."
Again, here is what Alex wrote about WindowsKiller:
"well, give Timo a try, and tell him from me that I gave him the disk precisely so that it could be shared and disseminated widely, not so that he could hog it. Also tell him that if he refuses I will be quite cross with him and never send him any more photos of cool M2 things or what have you."
So WindowsKiller, as you already know, I was not blackmailing you, I was simply asking for a copy of something that you were supposed to be sharing with everyone.
When IMSA developer Alex found out that you had kept the game to yourself all this time and would not share a copy with me, he told me to message you with those words, which is exactly what I did knowing full well that you would not give a shit.
So, to sum things up, you are an abrasive jealous little man who has been lying to everyone for years in order to do exactly what it is that you have been accusing me of for months now, which is hoarding.
The funny thing is that I have been absorbing your attacks against me on the forums without saying a word about this situation and keeping your lies private.
It was your accusation of me being someone who blackmails people that opened the door, so to speak.