. . . more ignorant bile.
> It is irrelevant, are they laying the ground work
> for lab results that may not be in their favor? Or
> are they just not interested in what a lab has to
> say. Next step will probably be to discredit the
Translation: Audrey wasn’t following at the time, hasn’t looked into it since, but still feels a curious compulsion to sound off.
> They think lab tests are not necessary, their
> truth being known from "testimony". They also know
> what is in Scott's yet to be published book. I can
> only assume they have powers of ESP and x-ray
> vision. Scott has never been dishonest on this
> board, his participation was always candid and
> respectful. Those throwing stones who have lied
> about information they had and have tried to lay
> traps are the ones accusing him of "moral
> charlatanism". Setting aside the fact that
> "moral charlatanism" is an absurd phrase (there is
> immoral charlatanism?), they see fit not to apply
> this same phrase to Vyse. Apparently the entire
> British government was corrupt in the early 1800's
> and Vyse, being the mindless sheep that he was,
> simply did as everyone else did and so his
> reputation is untarnished. Or so their story goes.
> What he did was illegal at the time, but HE is not
> labeled a criminal. This is not only a very low
> standard for politicians it is also a double
A simple admission that you don’t understand the words would do. (Never mind when they’re combined in sentences.)
You don’t know what Vyse did and you lack the competence and honesty to find out, even with more people than me explaining it to you very, very carefully, as one would to a backward child.
> Walter Allen was tarred and feathered by this same
> bunch just for being included in Sitchin's book.
> Then, as now, the insults spewed like vomit from
> last Thursdays binger without 'courtesy' or
> consideration for Allen's surviving family. I
> suppose if we are to show courtesy for Vyse we
> should also show same for Trump. Something is
> wrong with this picture where corrupt politicians
> are given courtesy and not jail time.
So tell us what you know about Allen’s family, seeing as how you care so much about them—and care to link to these “insults”?
Truth is, Audrey, I have vastly more consideration for Allen’s family than you have, as evidenced by my not dragging them (as you have) into a rabid rant. Unlike you, I’m dealing with the reality.
> Now Stower would have us believe he is an expert
> in "correct sampling protocols", a talent he must
> have acquired in his career as a keyboard pecker.
> If pressed for exactly what "correct sampling
> protocols" are you can be sure he will vomit last
> Wednesdays binger.
Wearing gloves would have been a start. Doesn’t take an expert to recognise gross ineptitude and I make no claim to be one.
> With a bunch such as this who knows everything
> that has and will happen, it's no wonder they
> would not look forward to lab results but instead
> look forward to seeing Gorlitz in jail and corrupt
> politicians treated with courtesy. Hate is so much
> sweeter than knowledge.
Look forward? As above, a simple admission that you know nothing about the episode would do.
> If Egyptology would do what needs to be done
> people wouldn't be sneaking under the fence to get
> the job done. As far as I'm concerned, they asked
> for it. They hung a neon sign on G1 that said -
> dare to find the truth.
Audrey adds herself to the list of apologists for Görlitz and his bungling vandalism.