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LonelyAngel Wrote:
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> Martin Stower Wrote:
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> > LonelyAngel Wrote:
> > -------------------------------------------------------
> > > Martin Stower Wrote:
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> > > > You remind me of a Mr Unintended Self-Commentary I
> > > > used to know.
> > > >
> > > > M.
> > >
>
> > > And you, strangely enough, remind me of John
> > > Douglas, the 9th Marquis of Queensberry, a bully
> > > and a boar, who spent his last days driving
> > > himself daft that he was being pursued and
> > > surrounded by the "Oscar Wilders".
> >
> > The word you were looking for is “boor”.
> >
> > Good job you’re not a writer. You’d embarrass
> > yourself.
> >
> > > In your case, in Scott Creighton's absence from
> > > this board, you have decided that everyone who
> > > speaks up for his work is either he himself or
> > > part of his gang or brigade. The paranoia is
> > > ripping out of you. Cladking knows me from years
> > > back, yet on this board and on Jason the bloggers
> > > website you keep insinuating that I am either a
> > > sockpuppet or have multiple profiles - both
> > > totally 100% wrong. You even accused some guy
> > > called Peter or Robert of the same thing on here.
> >
> > Where to start?
> >
> > That you fail (yet again) to support your claims
> > with quotes and links is merely what we have come
> > to expect. Here (again) are the relevant links:
> >
> > http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/review-of-scott-creightons-the-great-pyramid-hoax-part-two
> >
> > http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/listen-to-me-on-the-archaeological-fantasies-podcast
> >
> > As I wrote last time,
> > readers may make up their own minds.
> >
> > “. . . everyone who speaks up for his work . . .”
> >
> > Which excludes you. You’re “withholding
> > judgement”, remember?—but then that was a lie
> > so transparent as to leave us with no reason to
> > believe anything you say.
> >
> > “. . . is either he himself or part of his gang
> > or brigade . . .”
> >
> > The words I used were “clique” and
> > “claque”.
> >
> > Who do you think you are kidding here? Have some
> > respect for the readers of this board. They’ve
> > seen the extent to which this is observably true.
> > As for the sock puppets, no one but Creighton
> > himself or his clones would go to the lengths that
> > you and “Peter Robertson” have. Remember
> > clones? Not so common, now. I mean fans who
> > copied their idols to an extent that it was hard
> > to tell them apart—but, in fairness to clones,
> > they were not usually such abject suck-ups as
> > Creighton attracts. Talk about stomach churning!
> >
> > Your behaviour would be healthier if you were
> > Creighton—and shouting about “paranoia” is
> > misdirection. Sock puppetry is real and
> > commonplace and everyone here knows it.
> >
> > “ . . . you keep insinuating that I . . . have multiple profiles . . .”
> >
> > Quote and link, please.
> >
> > “You even accused some guy called Peter or
> > Robert of the same thing on here.”
> >
> > Who do you think you are kidding? You know it’s
> > “Peter Robertson”, else why are you even
> > mentioning it?
> >
> > Would it be this you have in mind?
> >
> > http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/read.php?1,1067713,1068420#msg-1068420
> >
> > Again it’s left to me to supply the link.
> > Readers will note that it was Origyptian brought
> > “Peter Robertson” into the discussion.
> >
> > Words of “Peter Robertson” (second Colavito
> > link above):
> >
> > “Still not twigged yet Martin?”
> >
> > A strange thing for Peter Robertson to say.
> > Shouldn’t he have protested indignantly that he
> > was Peter Robertson and no other?
> >
> > > Instead of embarrassing yourself like this, and
> > > discrediting any worthy points you do have on this
> > > subject with your appalling accusations against
> > > anyone who disagrees with you, why don't you wait
> > > till Robert Bauval returns to this forum (as he
> > > surely will) just before Scott's book is due out
> > > to present his own "new ideas and thinking" which
> > > surprise surprise contradict and discredit
> > > whatever it looks like Scott's book is saying?
> >
> > The paranoia is ripping out of you.
> >
> > > That way you won't be alone and seem so unhinged
> > > about the whole thing.
> >
> > Putting this as kindly as I can, you are in no
> > good position to give advice on this.
> >
> > > A good pointer to The Return of the Great Man will
> > > be Richard Fusniak appearing. Keep watching the
> > > skies.
> >
> > You remind me even more of Mr Unintended
> > Self-Commentary.
> >
> > M.
>
> And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what you call
> "psycological projection".

Oh, you’re a “psycologist” now? LOL!

> Why you think I am suddenly not "me" and some kind
> of sockpuppet after all these years is more down
> to your convenience than anything else - another
> sign of a panicked mind shutting down.

Reminder: you gave your Real Name as “John Smith” for all of those years. Only very recently did you tell us that you are not John Smith, but rather “Sean Hunter”:

http://grahamhancock.com/phorum/read.php?1,1067713,1067782#msg-1067782

You give as your reason for concealment identity theft, but this happened in 2011, four years after you registered here.

And now you’re asking us to believe that you’ve been scrupulously honest about yourself?

As for myself, I never took the construct “LonelyAngel” seriously.

> In all the years (10) I've known him on the
> Internet, Scott Creighton has never backed down
> from an argument or deployed the kind of tactics
> that fill your twisted view of how to debate -
> sockpuppets and all - and I'm sure if he wanted to
> engage with you he would come back and do it
> himself.
>
> And - as usual - wipe the floor with you.

In his dreams, which seem strangely also to be yours.

Looks like “withholding judgement” has gone right out of the window!

> The sad fact that he - like quite a few others -
> doesn't bother with this forum anymore is probably
> less to do with him personally and more to do with
> the fact that the tone of debate from inflexible,
> angry orthodoxy defenders like yourself has become
> toxic and downright thuggish.

Funny how some people howl when they get back the merest taste of what they dish out.

While others will be howling with laughter at your eulogy to the saintly Creighton.

M.

Edited 2019-09-16 to simplify URL format.

Edited 2019-12-03 to reinstate URL format.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 03-Dec-19 01:02 by Martin Stower.

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Creighton v Vyse : Court Resumes 3306 loveritas 25-Sep-16 10:45
Re: Creighton v Vyse : Court Resumes 937 cladking 25-Sep-16 13:25
Re: Creighton v Vyse : Court Resumes 998 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 13:47
Re: Creighton v Vyse : Court Resumes 930 cladking 25-Sep-16 13:57
Re: Creighton v Vyse : Court Resumes 834 D-Archer 26-Sep-16 13:40
"The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 995 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 16:52
My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 1031 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 16:54
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 990 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 18:52
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 824 LonelyAngel 26-Sep-16 14:37
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 922 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 19:36
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 911 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 19:42
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 869 Thanos5150 25-Sep-16 21:05
Re: My Lord, I call a surprise witness: SCOTT CREIGHTON 827 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 23:11
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 851 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 17:48
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 816 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 18:05
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 849 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 18:19
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 876 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 19:35
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 796 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 19:53
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 758 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 20:00
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 865 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 20:16
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 901 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 20:50
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 792 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 23:07
Right To Review. 779 DScribr 26-Sep-16 13:31
Re: Right To Review. 814 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 20:23
Re: Right To Review. 784 DScribr 27-Sep-16 03:34
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 885 R Avry Wilson 25-Sep-16 21:24
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 866 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 21:33
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 886 R Avry Wilson 26-Sep-16 01:17
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 935 cladking 26-Sep-16 02:03
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 862 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 09:26
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 812 cladking 26-Sep-16 13:52
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 830 Martin Stower 30-Sep-16 00:06
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 844 cladking 30-Sep-16 01:33
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 852 LonelyAngel 26-Sep-16 14:21
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 676 cladking 26-Sep-16 15:04
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 816 LonelyAngel 26-Sep-16 13:48
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 808 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 20:12
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 809 R Avry Wilson 26-Sep-16 21:36
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 742 cladking 26-Sep-16 21:43
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 779 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 01:40
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 880 cladking 25-Sep-16 21:49
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 847 LonelyAngel 25-Sep-16 22:07
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 804 cladking 25-Sep-16 22:18
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 876 Martin Stower 25-Sep-16 22:45
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 883 LonelyAngel 26-Sep-16 10:31
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 769 Origyptian 26-Sep-16 15:29
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 893 LonelyAngel 26-Sep-16 15:44
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 868 Martin Stower 27-Sep-16 13:13
Re: "The book is downright uninteresting" yet he couldn't wait to write lengthy hatchet job review 938 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 18:11
Re: The New Inquisition 948 Thunderbird 26-Sep-16 20:35
Re: The New Inquisition 758 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 20:43
Re: The New Inquisition 728 cladking 26-Sep-16 21:24
Re: The New Inquisition 802 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 21:53
Re: The New Inquisition 828 cladking 26-Sep-16 23:27
Re: The New Inquisition 784 Thanos5150 26-Sep-16 23:31
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The old copy/paste trick....... 887 DScribr 28-Sep-16 00:28
Re: The Conspiracy 753 Thunderbird 27-Sep-16 00:58
Is Jason Colavito a credible expert witness? 1303 drrayeye 26-Sep-16 17:01
Re: Is Jason Colavito a credible expert witness? 1070 eyeofhorus33 26-Sep-16 19:54
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Lover's premise 905 drrayeye 26-Sep-16 22:18
Re: Lover's premise 783 Martin Stower 26-Sep-16 22:20
Jason Colavito IS a credible expert witness! 899 DScribr 27-Sep-16 18:39
Re: Jason Colavito IS a credible expert witness! 1026 Martin Stower 27-Sep-16 19:16
Re: Jason Colavito IS a credible expert witness! (I swear it!!!) 1011 DScribr 28-Sep-16 00:21
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Re: You've got a lot to learn 740 Origyptian 29-Sep-16 14:58
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