Following his lame attack on the Northcoast Journal we submit this for your consideration
So little time, so little room. Where do we start?
Mr. Chiv is a a very poor writer. He leaves the bulk of a story or it’s background to the reader’s imagination to figure out, frequently places things, places, or people out of context, and omits the proper use of personal pronouns leading to a confusion of who-did-what. Most of the time he fails to write a straightforward sentence, paragraph, or story coherently, much less grasp the importance of proofreading or understand the benefit of using his spellchecker when completed.
When Mr. Chiv cites law, which he claims to understand better than you or I, he ‘cuts and pastes’ from the Internet which hardly qualifies as an ‘understanding’ of anything. I wouldn’t remotely place him anywhere near a ‘journalist’ capability whatsoever. An amateurish hack at best, he writes a barely readable blog because he sits in court and can’t maintain any type of gainful employment elsewhere. He’s tried that, and failed. Many times.
Mr. Chiv feels he is smarter and better than everyone else. He is extremely narcissistic with a borderline personality disorder. An antisocial person, he borders between being delusional and pathological. Mr. Chiv vehemently negates anyone with a different point of view than his own, and in which case, he’ll often walk away in a prissy self-important huff of total hubris.
Mr. Chiv threatens to sue often when he hears things he doesn’t like about himself, although he is now the ‘public figure’ at hand. He, however, fails to understand how he leaves himself open to suit for the juvenile accusations, slander, libel, and unwarranted opinions he often makes of others who aren’t in his favor. Any sense of journalistic credibility and ethics were out the window a long time ago and he would be laughed out of any newsroom.
In short, Mr. Chiv has issues. Many of them. Identity issues, employment issues, self-worth issues, and delusions of grandeur are at the core of most of them. And this is the short list. Mr. Chiv doesn’t play well with others, either, and like Napoleon, has a complex of Little Man issues going on.
The most remarkable thing is, he doesn’t even have the faintest clue of it all. Hopefully he can buy a vowel and someday figure it out.