Uncommon Dissent

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Stephen Jay Gould — Master of Equivocation (7 comments)

Or, William A. Dembski — Master of Hypocrisy

Next we'll have Salvador Cordova calling someone a sycophant.


Filed under: Pot, Meet Kettle

7 Comments:

  • Huxley
    It would be nice if each post title listed the number of comments that had been posted. Rather than checking each posted title, it is easier to monitor active threads and might encourage more participation if folks see others commenting to specific threads.

    Keep spinning in your grave.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:21 PM  

  • Sounds like it might work. I'll fiddle with the code vis a vis my comrade on the surface.

    Dizzily,

    TH

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 2:20 PM  

  • Will that suffice, or is it now too clunky?

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 2:26 PM  

  • Very nice, as I popped in I immediately saw there were several comments where I left my note. I hope this will encourage others to start commenting to Dembskis’ essays and responding to his commenters.

    Keep spinning in your grave

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:44 PM  

  • That's right... Someone has to offer an open forum. Why not a dead guy?

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 3:36 PM  

  • I will point out one interesting change at Uncommonly Decent I’ve noticed recently, there is more latitude in discussion. There are 2 threads containing comments that, in the past, would have been “Dembskified” and rewritten. One comment resulted in banning but the comment and link remains. Bill is mellowing at the Seminary.

    By Anonymous Bruce Thompson, at 5:09 PM  

  • "Uncommonly Decent." Nice.

    I'm pretty sure he's chilling because the spotlight of embarrassment has been all over Behe for the past week. A wise Yank put it, "It's better to stay off the stand and be thought a fool..."

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 8:29 PM  

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