Sociopath says what?

A year and a half of diminished mobility has not made me happier, exactly, but I think I’m grateful I didn’t turn into this loser:

So people think that I am an idiot and that I can get some jail time now because I got verbally violent and threatning towards an at&t technician. I had severe issues with my internet where I cannot access certain websites and because everytime I am on an skype call it breaks up and I can’t hear my friend patty talking. The technician guy came and blamed everything on saying that I have too many things plugged and connected to my router and said that the lines and modem is all fine and that the problem is from us. I have an airport extreme router and that thing works fine because it is made by apple who makes good products. He says I have over 20 devices connected and said it is slowing down the bandwith and says the signal drops because the modem and router is in my room on the other side of the house and he wants to move it downstairs. I said no but he got my family on his side and they were forcing me to bring it down. I got mad and yelled at the technician and threatened to take a hammer and hit him. He then told my family that he can’t do it now because I don’t agree with it so I got what I wanted. He says he wants to press charges. After he left I called spectrum and setted up an installation date to get rid of at&t. My family is mad that I did it without their permission. My friend andy says that I am an idiot and says that the at&t guy is right and that I am such a selfish brat. He says its their house and your taking control over it. He says they should kick you out.

Update: He says the at&t guy knows what he is doing because he said he has been doing it for 15 years while you are a college drop out and know nothing. I took computer science classes back when I was in college so I know what I am talking about and the at&t guy is wrong. It is at&t’s fault and I am switching to spectrum regardless of what they say. Spectrum is better anyways. Andy says I am gonna get jail time. I have papers proving my mental illness so I am safe.

Update 2: How come people think that I can get in trouble for being violent to the technician when I have papers proving my mental illness ?? How come people don’t believe what I say when I took computer science and computer networking classes back in college ? Why do people think that I know nothing because I am a college drop out when I took these classes ? I know what I am saying and the problem is the at&t’s modem and poor crappy network service.

Worthless little corksoaker, wouldn’t you think? And he thinks he’s immune to any form of punishment because he has “mental illness.” That’s reason enough to lock up his unworthy ass for the rest of his unnatural life.

Oh, and Andy? You deserve better friends than this.

7 comments

  1. McGehee »

    10 February 2018 · 6:48 pm

    Yahoo Answers guy said:

    I have papers proving my mental illness ??

    Excuse me, I need to pick my jaw up off the floor before somebody steps on it.

  2. fillyjonk »

    10 February 2018 · 6:51 pm

    Provided this guy is not some troll snickering in his basement as he writes a Pepe the Frog story here, I have to say “I’ve got PAPERS” is kind of the poor man’s “Do you know who I AM”?

    (I know jack about networking but if what he says is true: well of COURSE 20 networked devices is gonna sludge up your bandwidth. Especially if you’ve got the modem and router locked up in your lair and are working on the other side of the house)

  3. CGHill »

    10 February 2018 · 9:31 pm

    We have about 40 at the shop. And we pay metric buttloads of money for enough bandwidth to support them.

  4. McGehee »

    11 February 2018 · 10:47 am

    Mesh network FTW.

  5. CGHill »

    11 February 2018 · 6:54 pm

    He was back again, claiming that his disagreeableness proves that he’s cool. I inverted a line from The Sunshine Boys for him: “Were the earth encased in a glacier, you would still not be cool.”

    I probably should give him the link to this.

  6. Holly H »

    12 February 2018 · 8:15 am

    Yeah, this guy sounds like a nut case. But he could also be right, about the AT&T guy being full of it. I am conspiracy-minded, when it comes to the promised vs actual bandwidth that we get from cable companies.

  7. nightfly »

    12 February 2018 · 10:25 am

    Throttling down is one thing, but twenty devices at a go will bog down any standard home wifi network, though. There is only so much information that can be shuttled back and forth at once. It’s like the water pressure going down in your house if you’re running the laundry, the dishwasher, and taking a shower while every tap is wide-open. It’s not a matter of the water company running out of water (one hopes) but a matter of there being only so much water that can get through your pipes at a time.

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