Andrew Landeryou appears to be a waste of skin.

I tweeted the following, in a discussion with someone else:

@jeamland mr landeryou has some history on wikipedia. (i did the sockpuppet investigation.)

Mr Landeryou saw fit to send me a threat for this:

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dgerard@gmail.com

Mr Gerard,

I am told you made reference to me in your musings on Twitter. I don't know
you, would rather not have to become familiar with who you are and what on
Earth possessed you to comment so freely about me or to edit Wikipedia to
say absurd things about me.

Your entitled to your opinion of me but I think it might be best for you to
discuss claims you make about me with me first. If you don't, I'll promise
to return the favour after an investigation into exactly what ails you. And
that really would be a waste of time for me and a very unpleasant outcome
for you, so I urge you to Twit more carefully in future.

Yours sincerely

Andrew Landeryou

I look forward to an exchange involving pie charts.

p.s.: if you don’t want your months-long-running Wikipedia shenanigans remembered, it helps not to have done them. Oops, too late.

2 Responses to “Andrew Landeryou appears to be a waste of skin.”

  1. Benno Rice says:

    He sent me one too:

    Dear Benno Rice

    I don’t think I know you but it was pointed out to me today that you have felt free to Twitter about me, apparently about altering a Wikipedia entry to say absurd things about me. True, not the biggest deal in the world but I would appreciate you not saying absurd things about me and if you are involved in Wikipedia to ensure that they are removed/corrected. If not, I’ll have to take action to find out what could possibly have motivated such behaviour on your part and that does seem like a totally unproductive exercise of no great benefit to either of us.

    I have also sent you a message via facebook prior to obtaining your email, please ignore that as I have conveyed in this email all I intended to convey by phone.

    Yours sincerely,

    Andrew Landeryou

  2. David Gerard says:

    Indeed. From the Scientology school of public relations. A lot of projection going on there.

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