It’s a weird thing when people tweet at you in the third person. It’s particularly weird when that person likely has no followers in common with you, and is, thus, speaking to you in the third person. Or rather, to me.
@Szvan and the drama she just can’t let go of http://freethoughtblogs.com/butterfliesandwheels/2014/06/equality-for/
> @Szvan can talk about Grothe etc being “psychopaths” all she wants. Based on my interactions with her, that’s projection of her behavior.
Now, I don’t know whether iamcuriousblue there meant to link to this piece instead and grabbed the wrong FtB tab to copy his link from. Or whether they meant to link a piece I had tweeted twice (which they’re not following me to see) then talk about a post I wrote in a second tweet only a minute later. Either way, the line about me not being able to let go is downright precious.
As for their interactions with me, see for yourself:
- Here’s where I asked, repeatedly, for them to back up their claims about me and others pushing for harassment policies.
- Here’s where I asked, repeatedly, for them to provide any evidence to back up the “equity feminist” worldview.
- Here’s where they refused to provide any detail for assertions they were making about me.
- And here’s where they accuse me of calling multiple people psychopaths when I haven’t called anyone one.
Oh, wait. That last one’s right here. If we were to conflate lying and psychopathy, as iamcuriousblue appears to be (inappropriately) doing, who’s the psychopath in these encounters?