The following comments were made:
"As you see, I am quite curious about this phenomenon. I do not remember
having an enemy that I could not bypass or deflect. Your claim to have
more than one enemy persecuting you is fascinating. Do you consider
yourself unusual in this manifestation?"
I am as well quite curious as to who it is that has been so engaging on
this list and the previous list! It seems rather "phenomenonal" to me
that I don't "really" know who it is.
I don't consider myself unusual. As I have observed the allegations
against the "young-earth, creation-science" movement (more particularly
the men behind it), my experience is just a bit of empirical evidence
that they really do to people what has been alleged.
Did you not review what Bert has done to John Clayton? What about how
Bert went after those ACU professors for allegedly teaching "old age"
stuff? He wrote a book bragging about all of that!
I am just one of the inconsequential "little people" that such folk find
it much easier to run over.
Did you not review the discussion about me and my little list on Gil
Yoder's discussion site. Some of those guys were ready to
"excommnicate" me, or see to it that Marion Fox got that job done.
Don't take the label "enemy" too serious. I don't consider those folk
my enemies. After all, I am right and I am trying to get them to accept
what is right.
However, they haven't been dealing with me in the same fashion.
Maybe you should be asking them more directly how they consider me.
After, of course, we get Bert to tell us where he got his Maury statue
claim and admit that I did not write that letter he calls my "feeble
By the way, Gil Yoder and Keith Sisman both have made appearances on
Todd's list. So, there may be some interesting things go on over there.
Gil came "fishing" for me, and I took his "bait" a bit.
Have you checked into that public list yet? Got opinion?