> > Dish out what and take what? Are you planning to
> > review one of Jason’s books?
> > M.
> I'm sure Jason would love it if YOU reviewed his
> work. Saw you over there on his blog sucking up
> to him, it was quite stomach churning.
With so sensitive a stomach, perhaps you should withdraw from the “arena”.
I dare say readers will share my lack of surprise that you provide no quote and link in support of this claim, much as you failed to here:
Here are the relevant links in this case:
Readers may make up their own minds. I dare say they will share my lack of surprise at your dodging my questions.
> Oh, and I see you are still accusing people of
> being other people, or being sock puppets, or
> basically being Scott Creighton if they in any way
> defend him or basically disagree with you.
> Bizarre. And wrong.
Yes, “Sean”, your summary of the case is bizarre and wrong. I “accused” “Jon Ellison” of being John Snape and I was right. As for the present case, who is going to go to such lengths in Scott Creighton’s cause, show such knowledge of his trivial remarks (never mind his books) and reproduce so much of his signature style, other than (outside his dreams) Creighton himself, or one of his clique or claque? As I say (second link, do pay attention), I now consider the latter more likely:
“I concede that there is another member of the Creighton clique who posts under a sock puppet identity, while apparently several sheets to the wind.”
What, after all, is sock puppetry, if not concealment of identity? Where have we all seen this recently?
> This book has got you really, really rattled,
> hasn't it? You are like Carrie on prom night.
This review has got you really, really rattled, hasn’t it? That and what I know.