Secondly, there is also far less bitterness on my part in that pun than what you might suspect, because I have a quirky sense of humor in which I can easily make abstractions and laugh at the abstractions themselves, as opposed to at the people directly.
Thirdly, perhaps this little taste of He Who Shall Not Be Named™'s own medicine will awaken him to the error of his ways. The best way to teach misbehaving children is to put them in the shoes of those whom they themselves have been misbehaving against, in which case my allusion will (hopefully) have had an educational effect on the individual in question. And if so, then that's a good thing. And if not, then karma will undoubtedly deal with him later, until he does finally get it.
P.S.: The black and ashy thing is a metaphor for someone's name currently showing in black in there, just in case you were wondering where the inspiration came from.