Simon Belmont wrote:
Doctor Scratch wrote:
Where? Where did I say that I planned to do that? And why is it that you think that "there is no way" to find out who you are via a phone call or two? Or a series of emails? That just doesn't make sense, Simon.
It is an intimidation tactic that you often use. It is part of the game that you play here, and it will not work on me.
"Intimidation" isn't my intention at all, Simon! I just want to get at the truth of the matter. That's all.
In fact, there are a lot of things about your story that don't add up. E.g., you at first claimed to be the IT director, only to later backpedal
If you think backpedaling is what I did, perhaps you should make yourself familiar with the term. I am
an IT director.
Simon: you said you were the
IT Director. That would naturally lead one to assume that you are/were the Big Boss, the Head Cheese, etc. Now it turns out that this isn't the case at all.
Were you careless with your words? Or were you being dishonest?
I noticed, too, on your Amplus Thread, that Sock Puppet asked you if you knew "David Taylor." You answered, "No," which in retrospect seems really strange, since "David Taylor" is the CIO and VP of [deleted]. At the very least, you'd know who he was.
Did I say that I did not know who he was? Before you answer, you might want to read the thread in question.
I did read the thread. I phrased my inquiry here exactly as it should have been phrased. You're dodging yet again. And your behavior was extremely odd. You immediately installed "David Taylor" as a Professor at Amplus, and then later, inexplicably, you deleted his name from the faculty listing on the Amplus site. (He complained about it later in the thread.)
How are we supposed to interpret your erratic and problematic behavior, Simon? Are you so hell-bent on exacting revenge on critics that you would stoop to dragging an innocent company ([deleted]) into your story-telling?
So, were you lying? That certainly seems to be the case.
Here's a little exercise for you, Scratch. Go back and see if I ever
stated that I lived in Stamford, before you told me I lived in Stamford. Go ahead... the answer may reveal more about you than you realize.
As I recall, I said something to the effect that I was under the impression that you lived in the Stamford, CT area
. Why don't *you* go back and see what I wrote? Soon after I made that observation, you deleted "New England" from the "location" listing on your avatar, which I suppose is yet another addition to your bizarrely paranoid antics.
No, Simon---*you* were the one who brought it up.
The only thing I brought up was that I was an IT guy. Then I said that [deleted] was really nice.
And you told Liz that you're the "IT Director" at Stamford Hospital---something which, increasingly, is seeming like a whopper of a tall tale. (Plus you've been boasting that it's "unverifiable." My, how convenient for you!)
There's a difference between laying out a hypothetical scenario vs. making a threat. But your paranoia has been duly noted.
Your childish intimidation tactics are duly noted.
Oh, I'm not trying to intimidate you at all! I promise, Simon. I'm just trying to get at the truth. If you feel "intimidated," then you have my utmost and heartfelt apologies, because that wasn't my intention at all.
Sure. I'll do that right after you post an abstract for one of your Joseph Smith articles.
They aren't yet published. Yours are. There is a difference. Perhaps you'd like to remove the "75 articles published" bullcrap from your blog, then.
I think my terms are reasonable, Simon. If you don't want to put up the abstract, then I guess you must not want to see the articles.
Edit: I've been patiently awaiting mine for some time now. You are really slow! MST is beating you by leaps and bounds.
Sure, Simon. Send me an IRL picture of yourself and I'll have your entry finished by the end of the day. You have my word on that.
P.p.s. Did that quote I posted ring any bells for you?
No, because there wasn't a question in it.
Did you make the quote, Simon? If you did, it would explain a lot. For example, it would explain why you didn't go on a mission.