ACOLYTE: ac·o·lyte, noun \ˈa-kə-ˌlīt, -kō-\1. someone who follows and admires a leader2. someone who helps the person who leads a church service
Well, you can't make everybody happy. Just received this email, apparently -- given the cc on the thing -- from one of Kerodin's acolytes.
-----Original Message-----From: Lynn A. Stokes email@example.comTo: GeorgeMason1776@aol.com; Kerodin@Kerodin.comSent: Fri, Feb 28, 2014 8:53 pmSubject: Leader of 111?Quote from your letter;
Praying that my advice fares better than Cassandra’s, I am, sincerely,Mike VanderboeghSmuggler and alleged leader of a merry band of Three Percenters
Since fucking when? You are not the leader of me or of quite a few folks.Fuck off and die asshole
Lynn A. StokesCaptainEastern Pacific Yacht Delivery ServiceMorro Bay,Ca.firstname.lastname@example.org