I think he/she has become a bit of a non-issue. I for one just don't even read the posts, it takes me too long to wade through the broken English and it's rarely worth it. For those that do read JF's posts, apparently the whole caveman speak thing doesn't bother them. To each their own...
I agree with Zooker. It seems that ignoring most of the idiotic nonsense is the best approach. I've tried to draw attention to these moderation issues a couple times now but Andrew either doesn't have the database capabilities to moderate property, or he just doesn't care. Either way, he doesn't seem to be making any efforts toward making things more civilized here. I've concluded that he just doesn't know that much about running a forum well, or making a web portal profitable or respected for that matter.
Pookie seems to be open to some of our suggestions on making LSD a better place, but in the end she is subject to whatever Andres decides to do. In my opinion, what really makes LSD a quality place are the quality members. The more they are pissed at the moderation and administration, the less activity we will see from them, and thus the more visitors will be exposed to the likes of Julie Fern, Downy, and all of the other clowns without an ounce of professionalism in their being. LSD will soon end up in the "TTT".
I've often thought that a well-run forum devoted to informing pre-law students could be a great basis upon which to launch a profitable small business and build a solid network of people who will one day have the ability to influence society. If it was administrated well, then it would eventually become a trusted resource to many future generations of pre-law students.
Why is this important? Because if you have a well-respected website comprised of several thousand present and future law students then you could start releasing your own rankings, your own admission calculators, and your own published books. If it was large enough, and done well, then it would have the ability to inform its own community against the mantra spread by USNews every year and to create some real change in the way that people think about law school.
I don't think that Andrew, or most of the more troublesome members at LSD, are interested in such a venture.