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May 22, 2005

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KB

And with such a great number of deaths under his own belt I'm still perplexed as to why Tanuki is so worried about the deaths in other countries for which he is not responsible, nor can/could do little about instead of worrying about the crimes for which he is responsible? And if he wants to talk about the crimes of China then he should focus on those crimes for which HIS country bears some responsibility, namely, those 10,000,000 killed by Chiang.KB

Cliff

An earlier book written by Mao's personal physician seems to come to similar conclusions regarding the "leader's" character and consequence.

He was historically, no doubt, a killer among many but further insight into the mindset that unleashes such beasts is certainly worthy of consideration.

Too bad he didn't create the perfect egalitarian paradise. But what can one expect from a mentality that sees flowers or friendly greetings as bourgeois decadence?
-- Cliff

KB

Cliff said:
"He was historically, no doubt, a killer among many but further insight into the mindset that unleashes such beasts is certainly worthy of consideration."

I would agree. And I would also say that further insights into the minds of the killers the U.S. supports should be of primary concern for the folks of that country. Also, it would probably be a good idea to examine the mindsets of those folks who do everything in their power NOT to look into the crimes of their own countries. And given such symptoms as not even recognizing these crimes have ever occurred shows the depth of the pathology.KB

"Too bad he didn't create the perfect egalitarian paradise."

Yes, it IS too bad. And too bad he wasn't a socialist either. However, he did bring a majority of the population out of illiteracy, as well as many other things, which they had been subjected to for hundreds of years prior. Sort of like how the Soviet Union finally pulled the population out of their third world misery and ignorance.KB

"But what can one expect from a mentality that sees flowers or friendly greetings as bourgeois decadence?"

And you forgot that he doesn't like to bathe or brush his teeth either. And I'm sure he wore the same underwear for weeks at a time, too. See, I can be a rightwinger. It's easy. I really am thinking about switching over as it's so much easier than dealing with reality.KB

Anyway, regarding Mao's physician:

Journalism and degeneration
"One cannot expect any truth-telling from one of the hordes of so-called ‘experts’ who have sold themselves body and soul to monopoly capital. This even applies to the eminently ‘reputable’ bourgeois journalist Harrison Salisbury, who quotes Li Zhisui as an authority and lards his own ‘epoch-making’ exposure of Mao as an ‘emperor’ with titillating excerpts. That is what we find in Salisbury’s book The New Emperors.
Salisbury is much cleverer than Li Zhisui. He has interviewed many people in China since his first visit there in 1972. It just so happens that almost all, with the exception of Han Suyin, were well-known during the Cultural Revolution as ‘capitalist roaders’. It may appear trifling but he differs from Li Zhisui, who wants to depict Mao not only as degenerate but also as dirty in his personal habits. According to Salisbury, Mao disliked soap but washed in ordinary water. He makes a point of saying that Mao was passionately fond of swimming and seldom a day passed without a dip in a river or a pool. So much for Li’s authenticity on cleanliness. The rest of his accusations can be treated as similar fictions.
Mao’s own physician - so he claims
If Li was as claimed Mao’s personal physician for 22 years, that would put him as Mao’s physician from 1954 to 1976, when Mao died. It is an odd thing, but although Salisbury quotes dozens of persons claiming to be intimately acquainted with Mao, there is absolutely no mention of Li as Mao’s physician by a single one of them. There is mention by Salisbury of various physicians and nurses attending Mao - but none were named Li Zhisui."
Salisbury’s own book is a nonsensical attempt to portray Mao as a feudal emperor with all the characteristics of such people. To attempt to squeeze Mao into such a framework requires a lot of tinkering with the truth. This is not beyond Salisbury, who liberally sprinkles a few well-attested facts with large doses of speculation treated as fact."
http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/wpnz/march00mao.htm

KB

Oh, and one more thing Cliff, what happened to your comment section? Don't believe in democracy or education anymore? Don't believe in the free flow of ideas? Don't believe in having the outdated language of the pseudo-freemarket charlaten being exposed for what it is in public? It's okay. I have all of my comments saved in anticipation of the usual response by the totalitarian-minded. And you REALLY need a fact checker. Since when am I a socialist? Not that I'd be ashamed of the label, but it's simply not accurate. And also you have called me a troll because I'm actually one of the few people responding to Tanuki's posts. He should be thanking me. I've actually taken the time to read and make comments, unlike all of those like-minded folks who are evidentally just too lazy. Offering an alternative views to the usual old and wornout U.S. state propaganda line is trolling? Is this what the right will do with education if they ever take over? I mean, even more than they already have? Pretty soon we'll be burning books again if CG has his way. Anyway, you guys do know that every time you make some gesture, like removing your comment section, it's just further proof that your opponents are kicking your ass, don't you? If my response to your one post regarding your absurd, as usual, comments on Chomsky was all it took to get you to remove your comment section, I view this as a complete victory. It's similar to the victory we had over at 'Diary of an Anti-Chomskyite' when we got him to remove his comment section. Two victories withing a month or two. Perhaps there is a Goddess. Anyway, no worries. I'll spread the word of yet another rightist retreating just as they usually do when their positions begin to crumble. Nothing new.KB

Cliff

Actually, for any readers who may take interest in the issue, comments regarding my own interpretation of the K.B. phenomena have been posted at my website -- the May 6th and 23rd postings.

Regular readers of the Tanuki -- who I've noticed are commenting less and less (I might guess some possible reasons) -- can scroll through K.B.'s extensive (really extensive) "comments" and other's (including my own) and decide for themselves whether or not he can accurately be described as a socialist, whether or not he appears to hate America, or whether or not he has a tendency to defend and sometimes admire certain dictators. They might also decide for themselves if K.B. has a certain rough edge that may be described as arrogance, or excessive self-righteousness.

K.B. clearly is in some kind of battle, but it isn't over something as simple as conservative or libertarian blogposts or the simple fact that there are decent and reasonably intelligent people who disagree with him.

I've said it in before and I can't say it enough. He should get his own blog where he can bask in as many imaginary "victories" as he wants.
--Cliff


KB

Cliff said:
"Actually, for any readers who may take interest in the issue, comments regarding my own interpretation of the K.B. phenomena have been posted at my website -- the May 6th and 23rd postings."

Notice how all you will get are Cliff's "comments regarding (his) own interpretation of the K.B. phenomena", whatever that's supposed to mean. Rather than interpreting anything, why don't you just allow folks to read for themselves what is being said? Your interpretation is hardly credible. And as I said before, given that you know the truth I would think that you'd be more than happy to shred my comments publically rather than hiding.KB

"Regular readers of the Tanuki -- who I've noticed are commenting less and less (I might guess some possible reasons)"

Oh, I'm sure this is KB's fault. It's just another part of that Jacobin, communist, blah, blah, blah, conspiracy aimed at world domination. And your interpretation of Tanuki's blog is not even correct. I'm quite well aware of who leaves comments, how often they leave comments, what the comments consist of, etc...I read it every day. It appears that you haven't been or you, too, would be aware of these facts. There were few to begin with and the the numbers have never been too high. I doubt it could have anything to do with the content of the posts, could it? I mean, people coming to this blog don't see my comments first. They see Tanuki's posts. And I doubt seriously that they would decide to leave a comment, and upon going to the comment section, and reading my comments, decide not to because of my long socialist-inspired hostile sermons.KB

"-- can scroll through K.B.'s extensive (really extensive) "comments""

Yes, some of them are extensive. Believe it or not, Cliff, there is actually some information in the world that cannot simply be shared in a one sentence sound bite. Now, I'm aware that this is the type of indepth scholarship that the right likes to deal in as know proof is necessary when beating the state drum. But when serious people decide to study and learn about a topic a 10 second blurb will simply not do. And so what if my comments are extensive? You've obviously never read any of them anyway, either that or you haven't understood a tenth of what I've said, because you keep repeating the same errors over and over. Once again, perhaps you should be a little more worried about what YOU are doing and not worry so much about what I'm doing. Same goes with YOUR country and it's crimes. See the pattern of denial and projection here?KB

"and other's (including my own) and decide for themselves whether or not he can accurately be described as a socialist"

Of course, people such as yourself would naturally interpret what I've said that way. And they would be incorrect as well. Though, as I said before, socialist is hardly a label that I would shy away from. And so what if I was the most flaming socialist on the face of the planet? What are you going to do about it? Ban me from the anti-Socialist blog, as if this were some sort of punishment? This shows the weakness of YOUR positions. It only helps mine. Why don't you quit whining like a spoiled little republicrat fraternity boy and make some arguments? I've been asking this of you for months now, and yet all you wish to do is to play neo-con propagandist.KB

"whether or not he appears to hate America"

There is not a sentence I've ever written which any sane, literate, first grader could interpret as my "hating America", whatever the hell that's supposed to mean anyway. NONE. Not one sentence. So, rather than screaming from the stands about KB this and KB that, why don't you be a semi-scholar and produce the evidence to back your position? You DO know what evidence is don't you? "Hate America" AHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!KB

"or whether or not he has a tendency to defend and sometimes admire certain dictators."

Who? What dictators do I admire? This is a lie. Most all of what I write is anti-dictator and completely the opposite of what you've just asserted. Have you ever read even one thing I've written? I continually talk about murdering dictators who the U.S. supports. Does this make me leftist-socialist-anti-American simply because I'm honest enough to tell the truth? This is a prime example of a totalitarian mind at work.KB

"They might also decide for themselves if K.B. has a certain rough edge that may be described as arrogance"

Who gives a fuck if I have a rough edge? I'm tired of having a smooth edge only to have to deal with the lies and nonsense which I have to deal with. I've tried the nice, calm, collected, impartial, disinterested, Zen-like approach, and it simply doesn't work when speaking to the indoctrinated. They need a brick upside their heads from time to time. I'm more than williing to have a civil conversation, and I do when I'm in the company of the civil, but when I'm not, I respond acordingly.KB

"or excessive self-righteousness."

Yes, yes, yes....I'm great! All the left is great! They're smug and intellectual and know it and aren't afraid to show it. Yeah, yeah, yeah....snore ZzzzzzzKB

"K.B. clearly is in some kind of battle"

I am? Oh, yes, it's the battle to try and have something even remotely resembling an intelligent debate, as happens on a few other blogs, where even the few folks on the right actually consider various ideas, actually read Chomsky books and dispell many of the nonsensical statements they previously held, etc....If there's any battle being fought it's probably primarily in your mind. However, there is possibly a deeper truth to what you say, as many of the positions which you seem to support I will fight in every way possible in whatever way possible I can. You want to play the propaganda war games via the internet, I'm more than willing. And, given your clamp down of dissent in the usual commissar fashion, dis-allowing comments, it appears that I'm winning. The more rightwing garbage I can expose the better. Actually, it's only a step or two above trying to take on kiddy-porn sites.KB

"but it isn't over something as simple as conservative or libertarian blogposts or the simple fact that there are decent and reasonably intelligent people who disagree with him."

Wrong again, as usual. I could care less if everyone on the face of the planet disagreed with what I say. But I'll need a little more than a simple declaration of dissenting opinion to change my mind. You can scream all you want about socialist this, and socialist that, but unless you're planning to provide any evidence, context, etc...what's the point? It's little more than talking to a drunk in a bar, which would probably be more informative. Anyone can disagree with me, Chomsky, Zinn, etc...but simply to hear something you don't like and then say "I disagree" hardly means that the disagreement is intelligent. I may be intelligent, but that has to be proven. This is where you seem to have the trouble, and this is also where you criticize me most, as this is the principle I try to stick to.KB

"I've said it in before and I can't say it enough."

Yes, you can.KB

"He should get his own blog where he can bask in as many imaginary "victories" as he wants.""

What the hell are you talking about? Why would I get a blog? There are already too many. I enjoy visiting blogs which have opinions which I disagree with. Occasionally, I even learn from them. I'm not like those on the right whose only goal is to list as many links as possible by similar-minded folks. What the hell good would this do? I know what most people on the left are going to say. And though I do feel it's good to try and keep up with any new information which comes out, information guarenteed NOT to be talked about by the right, it's by no means an exclusive undertaking. I suggest that you and Tanuki demonstrate some intelligence and scholarship by having about 50% of your links be to various sites of the left. This will be the first thing I do if I ever start a blog. FrontPage, Diary of an Anti-Chomskyite, Kamm, National Review, Intellectual Conservative, the Mises blog, etc...will all be listed on my blog.KB

Anyway, Cliff, have you read any Chomsky lately?KB

Cliff

Again;

Readers can read your comments, The Tanuki's, other's, and my own, and form their own conclusions.

You come across as an extremely domineering control freak (indeed, if readers go over some of your past comments they'll find this to be the case throughout them).

You shouldn't be bragging that you've caused sites to shut their comments sections down on your account. You ARE very intimidating, and it isn't some magical potion of "facts" that causes this to be so.

Get your own blog.

I hope other readers do read all of your past comments and also read my appraisal of the situation at my site (the May 6th and 23rd postings).

Now, you can carry on your delusion that the Tanuki, myself, and everyone else who sees issues differently than you are gun toting, book burning, fascists.

I think it's absolutely pathetic that after producing an excellent, highly professional blog, that the Tanuki has to get constant responses from the likes of you telling him he needs to confess "his" crimes for being an Americna citizen. These aren’t "comments," their personal rants that would better be posted on your own blogsite -- get your own blogsite. Leave people alone.

Other people have disagreed with The Tanuki’s comments without being condescending, rude, or self-righteous. You could certainly learn from them.

The prime lesson you just can't seem to fathom is that there are others who do not agree with you on many of the issues of our time. This is not because you are smarter, or have read only the correct books, or because you're some font of compassion for the downtrodden. It’s because there are simply varieties of perspectives among intelligent people.

I'm really not into spending such excess time addressing your condescending "stance." Such time can be better spent writing posts for my own blog. I've pretty much covered these same issues in those posts regarding you at my own site. Any further complaints – my answer is there (again, May 6th and May 23rd).

I'll continue to write brief comments to the Tanuki as I've done in the past. If simple, short comments without footnotes to Chomsky bother you -- tough.

Expect no further response to your stuff from me. This is not some symbol of triumph on your part. It's a symbol of boredom for the issue on my part.

Oh yeah, did I mention…

Get your own blog!

KB

Cliff said:

"Again;"

Again?KB

"Readers can read your comments, The Tanuki's, other's, and my own, and form their own conclusions."

Yes, exactly as I said. So, have you removed your comment section? It wasn't there yesterday, though it was a few days ago.KB

"You come across as an extremely domineering control freak"

I'm a domineering "control freak" because YOU want complete control over some blog? You want to pontificate about the glories of the so-called "free market", individualism, the virtues of selfishness and libertarianism, and yet don't want anyone to speak their minds? And you remove their ability to communicate alternative ideas by disallowing comments contrary to yours? And yet I'M the control freak? Just more of that rightwing reality I guess.KB

"(indeed, if readers go over some of your past comments they'll find this to be the case throughout them)."

No, they won't. And I've told many readers that you believe this, they're read, and they have no clue as to what you're talking about. NONE. So, were you planning to make any arguments today, or was it just going to be more of the same whining and babbling?KB

"You shouldn't be bragging that you've caused sites to shut their comments sections down on your account."

They didn't shut down their accounts. They've removed comments because they could no longer handle the arguments. It's quite common. I mean, after you've pointing out 350 times to someone that 2+2=4, and persist on saying that it equals 3, eventually they go in one of two directions. The intelligent ones realize after a while that it does equal 4. The less intelligent ones, the ones who maintain that it equals 3, and what's really strange is that even though you can tell they realize they're wrong, they continue to try and make it equal 3, in other words, LIE, they usually do things such as remove their comment sections so that they can scream, cry, and whine, without any interference. And they have an entire list of excuses: "He was writing too much." "He was rude." "He, he, he...uhhh...he's just a commie." Whine, whine, whine. And why would I want them to shut down? They're much too valuable to the other side. I'd be happy if there were more of them. But, on the other hand, there is a fine balance between wanting them to exist so that you can smash them publically, and wanting to get their venom from the public airwaves, kind of like kiddy porn, as I said.KB

"You ARE very intimidating"

No one else seems to think so. What's intimidating? What does this mean? Are you going to ever give any examples for the assertions you make, or are they all just impressions?KB

"and it isn't some magical potion of "facts" that causes this to be so."

Well, then, you should be able to answer my previous question with no problem. I'll be waiting.KB

"Get your own blog."

Why? Haven't you read anything I've written since yesterday? Once again, you've shown that you either cannot comprehend simply English, or you just don't want to make, or are unable to make, any good arguments. Which is it?KB

"I hope other readers do read all of your past comments and also read my appraisal of the situation at my site (the May 6th and 23rd postings)."

So, do I. I sure tell them to. I can always use the support. And did you say that I could leave comments now? Kind of cowardly, don't you think? leaving comments without giving the other person a chance to respond. But, then again, the right has pretty much always been cowardly, and this is why they always want more military.KB

"Now, you can carry on your delusion that the Tanuki, myself, and everyone else who sees issues differently than you are gun toting, book burning, fascists."

I've never called you or Tanuki any of these three things. So, how on earth is it that I'M the delusional one? This is rthe perfect example of what you guys always do. Actually, Tanuki doesn't really do it any more. He's learned that it's better not to comment unless he knows a little bit about the topic, finally. But look at what you've just done. You made up three things and then called me delusional. Does this not deserve to be pointed out? Anyway, once again, if you have any evidence, please give some examples. I'll still be waiting.KB

"I think it's absolutely pathetic that after producing an excellent, highly professional blog, that the Tanuki has to get constant responses from the likes of you telling him he needs to confess "his" crimes for being an Americna citizen."

You WOULD think it was pathetic because you also don't feel the need to confess your own country's crimes, because according to your thinking there have been no crimes. That your indoctrination is so thorough that you cannot even comprehend that this is a possibility is nothing short of amazing. Here, let's have a pre-school example. If I were to ask you about the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, you'd probably say that it was simple aggression, and you would be correct. However, if you asked those politicians, state historians, etc...about the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, they probably would either look at you with a blank stare and think you had lost your mind, or they would laugh and say that you had made a mistake. They'd say that it was their defense of Afghanistan. You would hear this nonsense and say that they were full of shit, and you would be correct. Agree? Now, let's see if you can apply the same standard to yourself. If someone were to say that the U.S. invaded South Vietnam in 1962 and began bombing all over the place, would you say that the U.S. had invaded the country, or would you say that the U.S. was defending the country? If you are thoroughly indoctrinated, you would stare with a blank face at the person who said that the U.S. invaded the the South, though this is factually correct. And if someone said that we were defending the South, it would all make sense and be okay. Unfortuntely, there is NO difference in these two cases. The only exception being that some of the Soviets would actually be able to admit that what they had done was agression, whereas the more disciplined and indoctrinated Americans would simply hear the words and they would bounce off. So, where are you in this example?KB

"These aren’t "comments," their personal rants that would better be posted on your own blogsite"

Do you really thing I give a rats ass about your definition of a comment? What do you think a comment is? "Good post. Keep saying everything I agree with and you'll be okay. And whatever you do, don't listen to anyone with a different idea. If they do have a different idea, call them a communist and tell them to get their own blog. Well, that's about as deep as comments are supposed to get according to Cliff, so I guess I should go back to reading the National Enquirer." How childish. Grow up.KB

"get your own blogsite. Leave people alone."

Leave me alone. (cry, cry, cry) I don't like you because...uhh...well....you ask for evidence...and...uhh...you don't agree with me...and...uhh...you're mean. Are you going to make an argument, or does the right believe that blog aren't for this purpose?KB

"Other people have disagreed with The Tanuki’s comments without being condescending, rude, or self-righteous."

Yeah, yeah, yeah, okay, where? Point them out. I look here every day and I haven't seen any. And grow up. I mean, geez, "condescending, rude, self-righteous"? Give me a break. I know it's difficult for the right to make arguments, but is it really necessary to have to drop to this level. Why don't you just call me fat and run home?KB

"You could certainly learn from them."

"Them"? Who the hell are you talking about, "them". And you called me delusional. Sorry, Cliff, but the "them" don't exist. You really don't see how useful I could be to your cause, do you? You should love that I'm coming here, so that you could use me as an example of why you're not of the left. You should want me to come here more often, so that you could point out all of the many mistakes I obviously make. Doesn't this sound a little more intelligent?KB

"The prime lesson you just can't seem to fathom is that there are others who do not agree with you on many of the issues of our time."

I can't fathom that there are not thousands of others who disagree with me up one side and down the other? I hardly think I can't fathom this. If they agreed with me I wouldn't need to be writing anything I've been writing as they would know it all already. I don't care if they agree with me, or disagree with me. I'm just posing questions, ideas, positions to be challenged, etc...If someone doesn't agree, then they should do what any rational person, especially scholar does, and show reasons why they think the ideas are wrong. Simply screaming and crying that you have a different view means squat. If I say that 2+2=4, and you simply disagree because, well, you know, I'm from "the left", this isn't just your opinion, though it is that as well. You are wrong. And, it's my job to prove that you are wrong. It's your job to prove that you are right. And simply screaming louder doesn't mean that you're more correct.KB

"This is not because you are smarter"

You've got that right. But there are some basic fundamentals which one doesn't even need to be smart to know. Many people who aren't intelligent know that if they stick their hand in fire it will probably hurt. Similarly, many people know that if they want to talk about a subject, Chomsky for example, it's probably a good idea to study the subject first. One doesn't need to be a genius to figure this out. Any grade school kid could figure this out. So, why, when I point out that many of your's or Tanuki's comments about Chomsky are completely wrong, and I know because I am quite familiar with his work, would you keep on making the same knuckleheaded arguments, false assertions, lies, etc...about a topic which you know nothing about? You really don't see anything wrong with this? Absolutely amazing.KB

"or have read only the correct books"

What are the correct books? I rarely mention any books. Are we creating something which doesn't exist? Burt, yes, if you are still reading a book where the scholarship has proven the world to be flat, then I'm afraid that if I have more recent information showing that the world is round, that I'm obliged to share it. See, in my world, this is called learning. You 'flat-earth' book IS incorrect. So, you need to update your information. And it's highly possible that my book will also be out of date in a few more years. So what? You read the new stuff and change with it if there is enough proof and the arguments are good enough.KB

"or because you're some font of compassion for the downtrodden."

well, I may not be a Mother Theresa, but at least I'm well aware of just who the folks are who do help the downtrodden and those who have nothing but contempt for them. And, yes, I do have compassion for them. And this is exactly why YOU, and I, and everyone else who are citizens from the U.S. should do everything in our power to keep from being the ones who are helping to create the downtrodden, or supporting the murdering dictators which we have who just kill them all over the place. Cheering for the home team when they're involved in such crimes hardly makes one a beacon of compassion or patriot.KB

"It’s because there are simply varieties of perspectives among intelligent people."

Yes? So? This is exactly what I stand for. Remember? I'm from ther left. We are the ones who fought for speech rights in the first place. The left are the ones who honor varieties of perspectives. This is a part of the definition of the left. It's the right who had NO concept of various opinions and ideas. This is part of the definition of the right. See, you're even unaware that the reason you can babble your rightwing nonsense on the internet is because of the left in the first place. Talk about no respect. You should be kissing the butts of every leftist from the 60's who finally got the U.S. government to actually begin to impliment part of the constitution, several hundreds years late though.KB

"I'm really not into spending such excess time addressing your condescending "stance.""

Then shut up and make some arguments. You worry about YOUR arguments and I'll worry about my tone.KB

"Such time can be better spent writing posts for my own blog."

Yes, as I observed. Run and hide in your own little dream world where it's nice and safe and everyone agrees with you. You should have your own comment section for which only you can comment upon your own posts. This would be good. You'd probably say all the right things about the posts you've left. And if you disagreed with yourself, you could always ban you. Not a bad idea, in this case.KB

"I've pretty much covered these same issues in those posts regarding you at my own site."

You have covered nothing. You have made no arguments. You have done nothing other than the usual rightwing name-calling, avoidance of argument, ignoring arguments, facts, evidence, etc...and run and hide.KB

"Any further complaints – my answer is there (again, May 6th and May 23rd)."

Whatever.KB

"I'll continue to write brief comments to the Tanuki as I've done in the past."

Make sure you agree with all the ideas. Wouldn't want you to ...uhhh...have any different ideas.KB

"If simple, short comments without footnotes to Chomsky bother you -- tough."

They don't bother me. They only make you look like an idiot. I'm trying to help you from making yourself look like an idiot and you don't even appreciate it. It's exacly as if you deciding to start walking through Tokyo station screaming at the top of your lungs that you were in Spain, and I tried to pull you to the side to tell you that what you were saying was incorrect, only to have you yell at me for pointing this out. This is an EXACT analogy. So, if you want to keep making up lies about Chomsky, feel free. It only makes you look more absurd.KB

"Expect no further response to your stuff from me."

I haven't really ever received anything other than the name-calling, false assertions, etc...exactly as you've done during this comment section. You should really go back and look what happened line by line. You have offered nothing. I've asked many times for you to make an argument, provide evidence for your assertions, etc...You have never really left a response.KB

"This is not some symbol of triumph on your part."

For you to publically humiliate yourself, and for me to point out your absurd positions, really isn't a symbol of triumph. It's a symbol of pity on your part.KB

"It's a symbol of boredom for the issue on my part."

That's because you've dealt with all of them so thorouly on your part. Nice evasion. You provide no arguments, no evidence, no nothing, but YOU are the one who is bored and doesn't have time. Like you said, I'd suggest to anyone reading our comments to go back and review them.KB

"Oh yeah, did I mention…
Get your own blog!"

Yeah, you did. And I answered. But you obviously don't remember. I gave reasons why I didn't need one. Remember? I wrote many things about this. Remember? YOU should go back and review. I even said that I would have many rightwing links on my blog. I noticed that you didn't find need to mention this because it just doesn't quite fit into the old cube. Flush! Memory Hole! AHAHAHAH!!!Let's us know when you take your iron curtain down, and maybe we'll donate some of our time to your charity.KB


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