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You'll find my post about him on the very first page, possibly as third or fourth result.
Fifth for me, shortly below the poorly-edited first sentences of a post about you. Aren't you a lucky Valse to get all that illustrious attention..?
So, when people dogpile Bakker, it's a sign of cultural collapse, but when they dogpile you, it's the salvation of the very same culture. Riiiiiiiight.
I don't think he's obsessed with me so much as obsessed with the idea that anyone, anywhere, could possibly agree with me in any way or think I have valid points--salt in the wound when it's people whom he's met in real life/people he thought were friends (unaware, I'd guess, that they don't consider him such). Bakker doesn't seem able to grasp the idea that it's no one's fault but his that people think he's a dick. There's a little thread about personality cults and how I'm some kind of cult leader, and how by impelling people to go to his blog Bakker will have broken them away from my vile enthrallment for a minute. This is a very intense circlejerk.
In the meantime? Google up "r scott bakker." You'll find my post about him on the very first page, possibly as third or fourth result.
His yelling about the Criteria Question is getting downright goofy. It's like the first half of this scene before Bakker (played by John Goodman) flips out and totals someone's car.
I also like that he calls you The Dude because it makes me think of psychotic R. Scott Bakker fans busting into Jeff Bridges' home to beat him up and piss on his rug, believing he's you.
- E-mails aren't like the good old days when people communicated via handwritten letters.
- Here is an example of a handwritten flame war in which one person stepped down and acted conciliatory.
- Here are a number of examples of email flame wars in which one person stepped down and acted conciliatory.
- Here is another example of handwritten letters causing precisely the sort of kerfuffle that ill-judged e-mails can cause.
- So considering that e-mails are probably OK but people should think a little before hitting "send".
I mean, what?
I don't know anything about this game, but I assume that the protagonist eats codine tablets like Halloween candy.
Take a look.
Contributions needed! :)
If somebody tried to search for books in the "white history" category, they'd be lost in less than ten seconds because there are so many of them. It's not exactly rocket science.
Or they'd get a lot of white supremist sites since usually white history's just referred to as history.
"There are eleven White History Months."
I dunno, is it OK to do racial profiling of people who
spout white supremacist talking points?
Now Arthur that's not fair. All those people make it very, very clear that they are not being racist. And only somebody who wasn't a racist would say they didn't want to sound racist.
I'm a bit confused though, because I was pretty sure that White History Month started like a week and a half after the Straight Pride March.