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Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.

Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.
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On Jan 1, 9:20*pm, Forsythe wrote:
Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.

Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.


Yeah. Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.

I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. Apparently he believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.
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On Jan 1, 9:29*pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:20*pm, Forsythe wrote:

Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.


Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.


Yeah. *Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.

I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. *Apparently he *believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.


He's an escapee, if that's indeed the term, from Polgar's Chess
Discussion. He was the village idiot there.
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On Jan 1, 9:32*pm, The Historian wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:29*pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:





On Jan 1, 9:20*pm, Forsythe wrote:


Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.


Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.


Yeah. *Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.


I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. *Apparently he *believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.


He's an escapee, if that's indeed the term, from Polgar's Chess
Discussion. He was the village idiot there.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


I see he's bucking for Gordon Roy Parker's job here. He reminds me of
that Andrew Sterigou character (a.k.a. "A1", a.k.a. "Rank and File
Committee") from a few years back.
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The Historian wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:29 pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:20 pm, Forsythe wrote:

Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.
Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.

Yeah. Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.

I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. Apparently he believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.


He's an escapee, if that's indeed the term, from Polgar's Chess
Discussion. He was the village idiot there.


Ever been to the Village Idiot Bar on 1st Avenue in NYC? Fun place.


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On Jan 1, 9:35*pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:32*pm, The Historian wrote:



On Jan 1, 9:29*pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:


On Jan 1, 9:20*pm, Forsythe wrote:


Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.


Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.


Yeah. *Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.


I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. *Apparently he *believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.


He's an escapee, if that's indeed the term, from Polgar's Chess
Discussion. He was the village idiot there.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


I see he's bucking for Gordon Roy Parker's job here. *He reminds me of
that Andrew Sterigou character (a.k.a. "A1", a.k.a. "Rank and File
Committee") from a few years back.


Goodness, what a nightmare he was. He lived in PA at one time, I
believe.
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On Jan 1, 9:37*pm, MrVidmar wrote:
The Historian wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:29 pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:
On Jan 1, 9:20 pm, Forsythe wrote:


Since Sam Sloan has posted that a Life Member of the USCF was a
convicted sex offender that only played Correspondence Chess. The
member was convicted as a sex offender in 1991, and played
Correspondence Chess with being allowed to play against minors. With
Correspondence Chess, and now being done with emails, we all can post
about reading stories about sex offenders making a personal
relationship dealing with meeting each other in person with emails.
Since the USCF cannot ban people because of age to protect minors from
being forced to play a convicted sex offender. Also, the USCF does not
have the money or resources to check every single Correspondence
player being a convicted sex offender. It may be best that the USCF
just disbands Correspondence Chess for the security of minors not
being paired with Convicted Sex Offenders.
Yeah. *Let's throw out the baby with the bathwater.


I'm convinced that this new "Forsythe" cat simply types to read his
own posts. *Apparently he *believes that what they lack in quality he
can make up for in quantity.


He's an escapee, if that's indeed the term, from Polgar's Chess
Discussion. He was the village idiot there.


Ever been to the Village Idiot Bar on 1st Avenue in NYC? *Fun place.


Never have been, I'm sad to say.
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If someone is a sex offender, and they are looking to find someone
online to have criminal sex acts with. Joining the USCF just to play
the online correspondence chess is a practical answer to find minors
online. The USCF already had a Life Member that never played a single
over the board game that was a convicted sex offender. Think about it,
a sex offender that could play against minors. That did write to
minors, and built a relationship with minors, and enjoyed reading and
thinking of his minor opponents.

What is a sex offender did join the USCF and did play online
correspondence chess with, and did make a agreement to meet each other
in person only to rape and murder his opponent.

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On Jan 1, 9:58*pm, Forsythe wrote:
If someone is a sex offender, and they are looking to find someone
online to have criminal sex acts with. Joining the USCF just to play
the online correspondence chess is a practical answer to find minors
online. The USCF already had a Life Member that never played a single
over the board game that was a convicted sex offender. Think about it,
a sex offender that could play against minors. That did write to
minors, and built a relationship with minors, and enjoyed reading and
thinking of his minor opponents.

What is a sex offender did join the USCF and did play online
correspondence chess with, and did make a agreement to meet each other
in person only to rape and murder his opponent.


The sky isn't falling in the real world, Forsythe.
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On Jan 1, 9:58*pm, Forsythe wrote:

What is a sex offender did join the USCF and did play online
correspondence chess with, and did make a agreement to meet each
other
in person only to rape and murder his opponent. --DF

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