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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

finally noticed (5 comments)

The Amen Chorus at Uncommon Descent has finally noticed my humble efforts.
off topic, but can someone say nutcase stalker?...

this sort of childishness seems to be very common among the NDE side. most people would see that as an indicator of which side of this debate is unhinged…im voting on the stalker site that makes a post for every post bill makes then rants like a 10 yr old about how evil, stupid, moronic, lying, etc. bill supposedly is.

gotta love kids.

Comment by jboze3131 — November 22, 2005 @ 5:59 am
Now, I may call Dembski names every now and then. ("Evil" isn't one of them.) But no one seems to notice that their Grand Poobah is a name-caller, too. According to Dembski, PZ Myers is The Foghorn Leghorn of Evolutionary Thinkers. Mark Perakh is The Boris Yeltsin of Higher Learning. Evolutionary proponents are girly-men or Darwhiners. Need I say more?
You’d think this guy would want to come here and engage in discussion and debate instead of hiding out on some parody site. But then, he’d have to employ some actual argumentation, which probably makes him break out in hives!
Been there, tried that, got kicked off the site without word or warning. If linking every post to the original is "hiding out," then I'm the Invisible Man. Of course, their hypocritical insistence on throwing stones from afar (rather than debating on this site) is duly noted.
Jboze, thanks for sharing that. Wow. I never realized how much time people have on their hands. What a sad existence.

Comment by ajl — November 22, 2005 @ 9:23 am
Ask yourself, ajl, why Bill Dembski has the same amount of time to blog, being such a paradigm-shifter and all. Mostly, I don't post until he does. Is his existence equally pathetic?
it looks as tho this guy links to every single post then comments with childish insults to everything that is said. lets set up a fund to buy him an xboc 360 maybe. :) hell have a hobby then.

Comment by jboze3131 — November 22, 2005 @ 4:21 pm
Sounds good to me.


  • Mr Huxley I am surprised at you. However did you get the nickname of 'Darwin's bulldog' when you will sink to hiding on a public blog with a feely accessible comments section, without an anticritic deletion policy? For shame.

    -The Rev. Schmitt.

    By Anonymous The Rev. Schmitt., at 6:37 PM  

  • I was going to delete your comment, but the amount of irony in your sarcasm, coupled with the irony in my action, would destabilize the earth's magnetic field.

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 8:27 PM  

  • Dude!

    I noticed you missed parodying this one:

    November 12, 2005
    $500 Cash Prize for OSC Letters in Sternberg Case
    After Richard Sternberg published Stephen Meyer’s pro-ID article in the Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, the NCSE and the Smithsonian (where Sternberg works) exchanged emails on how best to derail Sternberg’s career (see here and here and here for background). The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) investigated and confirmed that Sternberg had been shafted (go here). But the full set of emails that the OSC examined in reaching its conclusion has to date not been made public. I’m herewith offering $500 to the first person who sends me a single pdf file under 2.5Mbytes with all this correspondence (email the file to info AT designinference DOT com). To receive the money, this needs to be an uncommondescent.com exclusive (you can’t distribute the file elsewhere for at least one week after submitting it to me). In addition to the OSC, I understand that congressman Mark Souder has all the emails. “lpadron” gives http://www.rcfp.org/foi_letter/generate.php as a freedom of information act letter generator. Good luck and good hunting!


    By Blogger DaveScot, at 1:15 PM  

  • I noticed you missed parodying this one

    But it's such thin gruel. There is nothing the least bit side achingly hilarious about that entry, DaveScot.

    -The Rev. Schmitt.

    By Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD., at 9:16 PM  

  • Most of Dembski's drivel is likewise "thin gruel." But everyday I wake up thinking, "please, sir, may I have some more?"

    By Blogger T.H. Huxley, at 8:54 AM  

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