> Martin Stower Wrote:
> > What I said to Audrey was this:
> > “If you behaved like this in public, someone
> > would end up punching a glass into your face.”
Lying removal of link corrected:
You really don’t like that link, do you?—and you really don’t like context.
> There you go.
> Context doesn't matter. The subject under
> discussion doesn't matter. No excuse for this.
No, of course, context doesn’t matter, when it gets in the way of your lies. It may be swept aside, when it suits you.
> You actually said this to a female forum member.
So, on the one hand, I’m accused (by your chum “Jon Ellison”) of stereotyping women as “fragile and prone to hysteria”—and on the other, the entire basis of your complaint is that the forum member I said this to happens to be female (and therefore presumedly fragile and helpless). This, remember, being Saint Audrey of the Megan’s Law Smear. Remind me, why was she suspended?
Do try and put your heads together and come up with something coherent. I know it’s likely beyond you, but try.
> A glass in her face? Where would this happen?
> What would a woman have to do to deserve that?
Did I say she did? Did I say that it should happen? No, I did not. I expressed an expectation that it would happen, if Audrey behaved in public as she has on this board.
Do you understand the difference? Do you care? Or are you simply Hell-bent on lying about this?
> I'm from rough old tough old Glasgow and I have
> never met any adult who would say something like
More and more like Creighton with every post.
Your persistence in this cooked-up charge says all that need be said about your moral posturing.