Reap Paden has left a comment on yesterday’s post about his public temper tantrum. Since I don’t have much time or attention for writing today, I thought I’d respond in detail.
Effective = Bringing an issue to such a childish level that it causes others to make mature choices.
I suggest you consult with an expert in human development. Petitions that provide detailed and reasoned lists of grievances are generally not considered within the capabilities of anyone we reasonably call “children”.
I do appreciate Vacula’s decision to step down, though. It was very much the right thing for the SCA.
You already lost Stephanie. You are just too damn dumb to figure it out.
Well, if I’m that dumb, you’re going to have to spell it out for me. What have I lost? Be precise.
Listen to this well-
I don’t give a fuck what you say I don’t give a fuck what you do.
I didn’t keep track, but I’m pretty sure someone can come up with a count of exactly how many “fuck”s you gave in that podcast. Pro tip: It looks a little silly to swear about someone profusely in public, then pretend to be indifferent.
There is nothing you can do to stop me from doing/saying what I feel needs to be said. I’m one of those people you won’t make quiet.
Oh, trust me. You being exactly as loud and as open about your feelings as you are suits my purposes just fine right now. You see, one of the problems we’ve had in dealing with the issues in our communities is that no one was willing to talk about them. Having the arguments out in the open is perfect.
You can’t win
I strongly suspect you couldn’t articulate my goals honestly and correctly if you tried. Wanna try? Then we can talk about whether they’re within reach.
It doesn’t matter what simpletons like you say about me.
As much as I laugh when someone tries to use “Ur dum” as an insult directed at me, you are right about one thing here. You speak for your behavior far more eloquently than I ever could. Really, I should just stick to quoting you.
Intelligent people will figure it out while you spin your wheels trying to make yourself look good.
Spinning my wheels would mean I was staying in one place. If I weren’t accomplishing anything, you’d have no reason to be upset. Therefore…feel free to get help with the conclusion.
Also, as for looking good, I’m not the one trying to tell the world that I am the person to be angry at, the person who has managed all this stuff that you’re upset about. One doen’t get 900 assenting signatures on a petition by standing up and going it alone. This is a lot of people doing the work.
Anytime you open that hole under your nose about me and I hear about it, I will have a reply to it.
Promise? Pretty please? Will it be as good as this?
In the future if you don’t want to be called a bitch I would suggest you refrain from being one, seems simple enough to me. Even you should be able to figure it out.
This must be me being dumb again. Define “bitch”. What rules do you think a woman needs to follow in order for you to kindly and generously refrain from calling her one?
Gotta run, blog to write and radio to do later today. Idle hands and all that …I’ll be sure to address your opinion of my opinion.
Funny, I’ll be at a taping of our local humanist group’s television show, talking about women in secularism. Race you to changing the zeitgeist?
Now you go back to gloating over shit that should make you embarrassed
Silly, I’m not gloating. I’m innoculating. I’m pointing out to people that all the noise you make, as ugly as it is, is just that. I’m reminding them that they’ve been doing the work, and they are winning. It isn’t gloating to help people appreciate their own power so they’re more ready to use it again. It’s strategy.