> What I said to Audrey was this:
> “If you behaved like this in public, someone
> would end up punching a glass into your face.”
There you go.
Context doesn't matter. The subject under discussion doesn't matter. No excuse for this.
You actually said this to a female forum member.
A glass in her face? Where would this happen? What would a woman have to do to deserve that? I'm from rough old tough old Glasgow and I have never met any adult who would say something like that
What kind of person talks like that? To think I got short ban on here from some little God on wheels because I called you "yesterdays' man"
All this moral highground chatter on here about "academia" and "peer review" and you think it's acceptable to converse like that?
What world do you live in? Do you ever get out? Do they let you out?
Absolutely disgusting thing to say, completely beyond the pale. You don't wear much of a mask, but it certainly slipped that time, revealing a very ugly face indeed.
You should have got banned for that, a lifetime ban, and you are lucky it didn't end up more publicised than it did. As it is, it is there on record. Inexcusable. Vile. Actually shocking. What the hell is a comment like that doing on the Graham Hancock forum?
You are a coward and a thug for saying something like that to a lady, and God knows what glimpse it gives us into what kind of creature you really are - but I think it's really telling that it was a female contributor who got the full brunt of your violent imagery.