I can only read between the lines, but my impression is that Tim is a very bright young black man who has graduated from Columbia in New York but now is back in an isolated southern locale with limited means of pursuing any scholarly ambitions--and also without the social skills to pursue his education without butting heads with other people. If anything is to be gathered from that citation he uses at the end of his messages, he has apparently bought into that "Black Athena" pseudo-science that wants to trace classical culture essentially back to Africa.
I really don't know what course to take, but if he keeps sending stuff to B-Greek and several other lists simultaneously,I suppose steps will have to be taken. When he posted that misinformation about Greek a couple weeks ago and cross-posted it to this list, it seemed to me that the misinformation had to be corrected. I'm surprised he wasn't embarrassed then, but he's continued to cross-post, and that, I think, is a very foolish thing for him to do.
Well, I guess we need to be getting that FAQ finished up so we can get it posted. I hate to lay all this on DJM's doorstep, but at present he's the only one who can do anything. And by the way, thanks for that note about your sending a copy of your Brooks & Winbery grammar to his wife; I think I'll send my last copy of my dissertation as published, although its subject matter (word-order patterns in Greek and Latin poetry) has no interest, I'm sure, to either one of them.
So be it. Thanks for trying to talk/write "reason" to Tim.