arma virumque cano (et alia)
My children will someday have to know there are people like you in the world; but I don't need to invite you into my house.
"He is at this time transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries to complete the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of cruelty and perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the head of a civilized nation."
I'd believe the photo if they were all about 200lbs heavier, and the woman was covered with tramp stamps.
The man's children? Really, Jade?
Get off it, TS. Stephen is the one who brought his children into it. Besides, like many of Jadegold's remarks, the meaning is clear if you'd get off your righteous high horse for a second.Gunloons pass on their sickness to their children, to put it in the words of my co-blogger.If what daddy does is wrong or sick or in anyway a problem, then passing it on to the children is bad. Get it?
Mike, I am much softer on Jadegold than others here. But mocking someone’s children is across the line. Don’t you think there are ways of getting this point across without it?
TS: Thank you for taking it easy on me. Jeebus knows I'm unable to fend for myself. A super sincere 'thank you' for being 'soft' on me.As Mikeb correctly notes, Stephen E. Wright elected to bring his kids into it, claiming that he believed Mike b and presumably, me, are the equivalent of child molesters or other such criminals.If I were *really* nasty, I'd comment how Wright's kids will one day read his execrable e-book.Have you read his book, TS?
Jade: “Have you read his book, TS?”No, I haven’t. I bet you just checked off what to get me for Christmas, didn’t you?I do have a question for you. I think you are rather “soft” on me- as in you haven’t done personal attacks, mocking, name calling, etc... Why is that? I used to think that it was because I never started that with you, but I really doubt that Stephen has- it just doesn’t seem like his style. Or am I wrong on that? Is there a history there?
I do have a question for you. I think you are rather “soft” on me- as in you haven’t done personal attacks, mocking, name calling, etc... Why is that? I used to think that it was because I never started that with you, but I really doubt that Stephen has- it just doesn’t seem like his style. Or am I wrong on that?TS, I'm in the process of writing a very large and extra nasty piece on you and your entire family. At it's conclusion, I shall compell your entire family to watch Hudson Hawk twice--without commercial interruption--with nothing to snack on except braised duck's feet. We shall then have a reading of the collected poetry of Jon C. Sullivan.
Damn that book looks painful to read....I was hoping at first that it would be a simpleton colour by numbers book.
I bought Stephen's book when it first came out. It was pretty good, I actually enjoyed it especially "knowing" the author. The reason I bought it on line was not because I have a lack of good things to read. In fact these last years I don't have enough time to read books because I spend too much time reading on line. The reason I bought his was in an effort to support him. At that time he was a pretty regular commenter over here. But, like some others, he grew tired of pretending to be a gentleman and his true self began to emerge. Exaggerations and outright lies ensued. Bitter indignation replaced reasonable discourse and the next thing I knew he was bad-mouthing me on other blogs and avoiding this one. Next he banned me from his, where I'd never done anything wrong except disagree with his biased and self-serving opinions.Oh well, that's life.