Pants on Fire

From Pacione’s November 3 entry, we have this.

She’s reading between the lines about wanting to sue me for libel; I didn’t even mention her by name once.

On October 16, Pacione wrote in part:

This is a rightous anger Michelle,  the kind of anger that comes when you steal money from the sick for their medicine.  That’s right people  — Michelle Russo steals from the sick.

Oh no — Pacione never mentioned her name.  His nose grows longer every day.  This is proof positive that he has reading comprehension problems, even when it comes to his own blog entries.

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12 thoughts on “Pants on Fire

  1. He never has. You will notice his plays for sympathy for his grandfather being ill? And yet, he goes and jumps people who have just lost relatives they loved, or who have sick family members?

    He also chooses to get angry at the thought that his phone number and address have been posted by others when a) he posted it himself; b) he posted mine and others; c) his hypocritical underwear is showing.

  2. Between that and the bit in which he claims to have a cousin who’s a cop, it’s a pretty good bet that 90+% of what he writes consists of lies. When inconsistencies are pointed out to him, he’ll go back to an entry, not to clarify or restate anything, but to add to his incoherent rant.

  3. You will notice his plays for sympathy for his grandfather being ill? And yet, he goes and jumps people who have just lost relatives they loved, or who have sick family members?

    Yet another thing that Nick and the Extinct Marsupial have in common…

  4. Pacione does that on his MySpace blog as well. The second one of his 2042 “closest friends” comments about one of his rants, showing some small shred of sympathy, he’s right on it thinking he’s got a live one, and lays it on even thicker in response.

    Glad I missed Extinct Marsupial. The guy makes Ragnarok and Njyoder look like amateurs by comparison.

  5. I am one of Nick’s newest victims. After leaving what I THOUGHT was a friendly critique of his “writings”, I was attacked in an email. I have since googled him to see what I have gotten myself into and found this blog, and a few others. What cussedness said is right, I see he plays the sympathy card for his family, but doesn’t care to email a cancer patient (namely me), cursing me out and harassing me. Ah well, so goes life, eh?

  6. That’s how I “met” the boy too . . . almost four years ago. Sit back, relax, grab some popcorn, and watch the show.

    Just be prepared for the death threats, in case you haven’t already received any.

  7. No death threats yet. Cancer is killing me, does he think HE could scare me? hahaha, I have bookmarked your blog and I had to create a xanga account, so I figured “what the hell”, I will start using that. My name is Valyn by the way, he already knows who I am, since he got my personal yahoo email address.

    Can I eat chips instead of popcorn? Popcorn gets in my teeth! 😉

  8. Sorry to hear about the cancer. I hope you can lick it. My dad did; my uncle didn’t.

    Of course you’re welcome to have chips instead.

    Cuss ran into Pacione much the way you and I did, but about six months before I commented about his work (which, by the way, was on a friend’s Xanga, who had merely linked to a publicly posted Pacione piece).

    I consider Cuss a friend. She was referring to my brother, who died just over a month ago, in her comment. Twice Nicky’s told me how thrilled he is that my brother is dead . . . presumably for the crime of being related to me. My brother had never heard of Pacione, so there’s no way Nicky could have had a personal beef with the guy.

  9. I am sorry about your brother. What he is doing is pathetic. I hope I don’t have a four year run with the guy. WOW, four years I can’t fathom that.

    Talk to you soon!

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