Pictured: Bacon Farmer aka David Priest
Last night an infamous domain industry agitator called Bacon Farmer attacked a professional domain investor on the now-clearly-toxic DNTrade Forum, for not agreeing with his viewpoint.
Bacon Farmer (aka David Priest) made so many childish comments to the industry veteran (we have the screenshots), that the domain investor must have seen no other option than to publicly post David Priest’s entire portfolio of 38 domain names.
If his intention was to show that David Priest is not a serious domainer, it looks like he proved his point.
As soon as I was alerted to this post by email (Like many others, I stopped reading DNTrade years ago due to all the one-sided negativity), I took a screenshot of the publicly viewable post.
Within minutes, the DNTrade moderators took the post down, as well as all posts that spoke out against “Bacon Farmer”. They did, however, leave Bacon Farmer’s posts up on the original thread.
It’s quite clear that DNTrade moderators heavily protect and sensor their very small group of loud-spoken “DNTrade Crew” members against any public scrutiny.