Purpose/Update: If you’re wondering why I created this blog, perhaps this dialogue will answer your question. This is a comment that Steve (a separate entity from myself) left on Homer’s blog. Steve respectfully defended himself, because the bloggers, I’ll discuss on this blog, keep associating us as the same person. How can Homer be upset over my entry, below, when he validates our anger in his thread? He perpetuates it and then plays the victim, IMHO. As far as linking work and names, I simply followed the lead of the troll blogs which he participates on! (The Wife of Billy Boy Dee & The Whitecotton Tales). And Homer, I should’ve known you’d search for an opportunity to make this a drama, dragging people – other than myself into it. I clearly left comments open on this thread so that you could’ve answered me. I told you I wasn’t trying to stir up trouble, and I meant it. Clearly you are though, and this blog will continue. And on a tangent – Honestly, Homer, I don’t think it’s a bad picture of you. I think you have a great smile, which is why I selected it:
Well, what’s interesting is how you guys keep clinging all of us together. Joshua is a 52 year old man, I’m a 39 year old man. That is Joshua’s blog, not mine. If you go to my blog, you can clearly see that I am trying to wash my hands clean of all this drama. No where on my blog will you find any of you guys linked in any way, anymore. There’s a lot of things going on behind the scenes, which I know you’re aware of, that you don’t mention. That’s fine, you can tell half the story. But I am not Mark Whitecotton, neither is Josh or was The_Gay_Dude. We don’t know the guy. But no matter how much I state that, I’m told I’m lying. Yes, I resent being called a liar over and over, told my pictures don’t match, and that I lied about a girl dying. Because you’re incorrect. But what I’ve asked all along, is for all of you to leave me alone. Is that too much to ask? I appreciate the offer for Lemon Meringue, but if it were Key Lime, I’d take you up on your offer.
Steve | Homepage | 02.28.08 – 9:03 pm | #
BANNED! I won’t have any more of this shit, Mark Whitecotton.
homer | Homepage | 02.28.08 – 9:34 pm | #
I did find this information where being classified as a research archaeologist requires a doctorate? In which case, it wouldn’t make sense for a Master’s degreed, blogger-archaeologist to boast, under comments, of being a scientist. I mean, computer science is a science, and I use a computer, therefore I’m a scientist? I don’t think it works like that. Then again, this information is by United Kingdom standards. I’ll see what I can find regarding Americans. Actually, in this article, it states that Homer Thiel is a Historical Archaeologist (which seems to imply that it is an Arts & Humanities field, under Anthropology – not exactly the Sciences). The story also states that archaeologists are ASSISTED by scientists (like physicists – a non-humanities field). You know what? The more I think about it, this stuff is so trivial. I’m already losing interest in this research project. I wouldn’t want to give the appearance that I have no life, investigating other people’s business. And in all honesty, it’s incredibly self-righteous, of me, to single out a blogger, the way that I am. I’m so sorry for that. Anyhow, I’m sure some friendly archaeologist will educate me, if I’m wrong in my assumption. Because I have no desire to stir up trouble. I’m simply trying to figure out why Archaeologist, Homer Thiel of Tucson, Arizona (who is the 4th all-time referrer to Steve’s blog); a man with a Master’s degree, called himself a scientist? Is it to impress his blog friends? Hell, we all want to impress. That’s human, but misleading? I don’t know, I’m rambling, because it’s late. Maybe it’s just my age? Back in the day, I needed to go to med school to do many of the things that Dental Hygienists do now. It could be the same with other disciplines? Where a PhD. or medical degree can now be substituted with a Master’s (at a lower salary)? Not that there’s anything wrong with a lower salary or less education. I’m thinking out loud, and placing my foot in my mouth!
Oh, but before I bid goodnight, I want to congratulate this blogger for his hard work in working toward a Master’s. I was inspired by his post. I know he still has a little way to go, but I found his piece interesting! And Jimbo, believe me when I say that I am being genuine in my appreciation for your academic strivings. Because all you have to do is read this, to know that I don’t hold you in high regard. But I give credit where it is due.
In closing I’d like to quote a troll: “If “BOY” studies archaeology, and archaeology is a science, and people who study science are scientists, then “BOY” who studies archaeology is, therefore, a scientist.” The above quote is a classic example of a logical fallacy, something these trolls are very good at. Finally, Kudos (Sorry, I know you don’t like that word, Homer – but I do) to Steve for sticking to basics – by taking to private 9/10th’s of his entry. He took the advice of Brettcajun. Brett has been blogging for a while, and seems to know many of these people who harass us. And I could be wrong, but it seems these trolls are running out of ammunition? Seems the only insult hurled yesterday was a reference about ‘throwing up’? Maybe one should look at Steve’s comments for “The Truth about Honesty #2” entry? And another thing, one of the trolls mentioned that her husband is starting to have ‘problems.’ Would not the sane & logical thing to do, be to turn off the computer – and help one’s spouse? I mean clearly, you no longer have an ‘audience.’ Just going to google shows how your lies go further and further down the roster. Seems more than myself have figured you out. Heck, Brett offering Steve unsolicited advice tells me that MANY are on to you. Well, at least, that’s my take on the whole thing.
Update: I’m disappointed. It’s almost 6p on 2/28, and I thought someone would’ve enlightened me. I mean, a troll mysteriously had something to say about it, but not a real blogger. Why did that troll take such interest in what I said? Makes me wonder who that person REALLY is. That troll sure got heated over my curiosities! Strange, odd, and perplexing?
Anyhow, if you’re curious over the troll blog, sorries. I will no longer link to malicious blogs; even to back up my story. Oh man, I just realized something! This is a no-comment blog. But this entry begs for a response. Like I said, I’m not looking to stir up trouble, and I was shocked to find a troll blog responding to this entry; as it had nothing to do with them (or does it?). Anyhow, I’ll allow comments for this post. But they must stick to the topic at-hand. My blog, my rules – and those who can’t follow, will be deleted.
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