> YOU made the disgusting comment.
No, you made up the disgusting comment and then tried in post after to post to make it serve proxy for the reality of what I wrote—which is this:
“You don’t get out much, do you, Audrey?
If you behaved like this in public, someone would end up punching a glass into your face.”
The delicate Lady Audrey’s tremulous reply:
“Ya, some psycho like you!
But then, if you talked like this face to face, you wouldn't have a face left. Guess that's why you do it on the web”
Is “Sean Hunter” pushing a line of BS here, or what?
What’s going on, when all we get from him is his editorial?
More links here:
> Why don't YOU make a donation to the charity?
Coz I’m nae a wee warmer frae Glesga, pretending hypocritically to care.
> Your comment was utterly inappropriate, violent
> and directed at a woman. It wasn't funny. It
> wasn't meant to be funny.
Mindreader now, are you?
Reminder: it was you who made this unfunny topic a pretext for a pishpoor attempt at comedy.
> What is darkly funny (not in a good way) is your
> attempt to wriggle out of the responsibility for
> your own words.
I take fully responsibility for my words. I take no responsibility for what you’ve tried to twist them into. I am under no obligation to do so.
> No among of twisting or sophistry can change that,
> no amount of posting little links will change what
> you said to a lady online.
Spare us the patronising “male protector” BS. Women and men with a clue see it for what it is.
> Let me worry about my credibility. You worry
> about being an online coward and a thug.
You remind me of a Mr Unintended Self-Commentary I used to know.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 09-Oct-16 18:02 by Martin Stower.