Love Letters from Nicky

Apparently, these were sent a week ago, but I never noticed until today, when I went in to clean out my inbox.  Both are replies to a really ancient post here on TRN.  Read ’em, and LOL.

This one came in on the 12th at 6:11 pm:

Author: Nickolaus Pacione (IP address: [redacted])
Email: nickolaus.pacione@facebook.com
URL: http://www.writerscafe.org/writing/UncleFossil/1418390/
Comment:
I didn’t event shit.  I revealed something about you that you failed to omit.  The Rusty Nail’s sources were a bunch of pseudo-academia fabulists who fabricated every source about me.  Fan History got the history right about me as I invaded Barker’s website in 2000. The slash fandom sees me as a threat because of The Fandom Writer as The House of Pain E-Zine picked this because she knew my hatred for Melissa Brite went back to turning 20.  Look you Taig, you realize you encountered someone who got your goat because they told the truth at your expense. The Rusty Nail’s lackeys aka some of your noted fanbase was caught red handed plagiarizing some of my better known creative nonfiction outings like a little faggot.  I didn’t get noticed for writing about talking dogs, you did.  I got noticed because I got into it with trolls as I was never a fucking troll as you claim.  You whitewashed the history in the independent press as you didn’t realize what I did when The Cabbie Homicide emerged.

I “got noticed” for writing about talking dogs?  That’s news to me.  His ad hominem attack is to be expected; unfortunately, he missed on both my ethnic heritage and religion.  I agree he didn’t “event” shit.”  He didn’t invent it, either, but he’s awfully familiar with pounding away on a keyboard to produce it.

This one was sent nine minutes later, at 6:20 pm:

Author: Nickolaus Pacione (IP address: [redacted])
Email: nickolaus.pacione@facebook.com
URL: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/160440805453586167/
Comment:
“FBI file” sounds like you fabricated that source like you drew from many of your sources about me.  If one shits on The Cabbie Homicide, they missed the point of why I wrote it.  I was the same age as it came from a frightening taxicab confession as I found the article about the case as it unfolded between 1993-1994.  I introduced something quite real as I am criminally underestimated — Melissa Brite’s big mistake in 2003.  I was already a cult writer by the time I wrote Cabbie as my would be publisher in 2005 discovered this piece as it appeared on AuthorsDen.com. Instead of urinating on my name verbally on a regular fucking basis you should see what I accomplished by introducing H. P. Lovecraft into a public school.  I held my own with him as Ramsey Campbell did as I also held my own with Kevin Lucia (by the way you’re welcome for me finding him.)  Instead of acting like a little bitch when someone told the truth about you and your tenor on The House of Pain — I discovered your “schmuck bait” button.  Mention The Clause in the same sentence as The Cabbie Homicide;  as you got freight-trained the second time when I showed you “You’re In” with a creative nonfiction piece no one saw before.  You’re dealing with someone who found Stephen Glass’ fabricated bullshit on a whim.

At least he didn’t misspell his story title this time.  Remember the one version he published with the title “The Cabbie Homocide”?  WTF is he talking about with a “schmuck bait” button on House of Pain?  For that matter, wtf is “You’re In”?

I used to be better at interpreting his word salad.  I must getting a bit, um, rusty.  Oh, well, it’s been a while.

2 thoughts on “Love Letters from Nicky

  1. Remember when NAP posted his complaint about Brian Keene for the York County Sheriff’s Office (Pennsylvania) on the York County Sheriff’s Office (South Carolina) webpage?

    Sounds like he has your email address mixed up with Kealan Patrick Burke’s; parts of that sound like his usual Bram v Cabbie rant.

    I have taken to posting the links to “The Clause”, “The Cabbie Homicide”, and “The Tell-Tale Heart” when I find NAP yapping about Bram v. Cabbie. Let readers judge for themselves.

    • That makes some sense. The above love letters were supposed to have been posted as comments on this blog. I have him on perma-moderation, so instead of them being automatically posted without my knowledge, they are forwarded to my inbox for approval, trash, or spam handling. They don’t show up in any particular context until I go to this website to view them in the comments pending queue.

      Upon further investigation, they were indeed intended to be posted as replies to Kealan — on an entry I made on March 1, 2016! That’s our boi. Always a year or two late, and a few fries short of a Happy Meal.

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