Today really pissed me off. There's this kid in my summer camp classroom (mind you my school holds a summer program in the school called ESY) that I REALLY CANNOT STAND. Thorough explanation of why I hate this kid can be found here, might wanna read it if you want to understand what I'm about to type: http://john-markel.livejournal.com/415467.html
I brought my laptop in to show my friends what I've done so far on my fandub/Flash movie projects, and my girlfriend Christine's telling this kid to go away because he was getting in our space (again, read LJ entry).
I was about to tell her to stop trying to shove him off and explain to him that he's getting to close, I hear a smacking noise and I hear Christine say to my teacher that he "hit" her. I immediately stood up from my chair and was about to sock that kid in the face, but he was already removed from the room by the time I turned around.
Bear in mind I'm very protective of her, she's not exactly one to take pain easy. She's alright, has a small mark from it though, but I'm sure she'll be fine.
That was my day, how was everyone else's?
Well, I don't know this kid in person, I only know what I read in this post and in your blog, but maybe due to a friendless childhood of being misunderstood, ignored and/or made fun of by my classmates, I kind of feel for the guy. Some people don't understand the concept of personal space, they aren't purposely trying to be rude. He's probably lonely and frustrated, too, if everyone hates him. Sure, he's acting like an annoying jerk–but you never know why. You never know what's going on at home.
Sorry, MugiwaraShinigami, I'm very likely pissing you off by defending him... (^_^;) I understand how you feel... But I can't help reacting this way because I kind of get how he must feel as well.
He sounds very much like he may have ADD (I do) and because of the way you describe him, he probably hates himself quite a bit.
I can't really offer any advice, though. Ignoring him doesn't seem to work. But he'd probably be less of a jerk if he had at least one friend. Anyway,these are just my humble thoughts. Please don't get mad at me. It's just that he sounds like a little more extreme, male version of myself ten years ago.
And by the way, if you didn't call him Narutard, he may not call you Onepiecetard, eh? (^_^)