== 1 - I'm not omniscient, nor am I omnipresent. I wasn't aware of this kerfuffle until I commented on how stupid the whole thing is
But now you are, and all you have to say is that Doctor Cam is lying about his motive? What say you about Will's numerous attacks on the women here. Do you think his actions are justified according to the scriptures he cited?
== 2 - I didn't specifically "attack" DoctorCamNC4Me. My first comment on this was directed at both parties. Near as I can tell, everyone involved is acting like a grade-school tough guy. Including you, now;
Is this as close as you'll come in condemning Will, by equating his actions with everyone else? Yeah, no bias there at all.
== 3 - I don't much care what your opinion is of me;
Not about me. It is about your credibility as a whole.
== 4 - It seems I'm damned if I do damned if I don't. If I get into the middle of a mess like this, I just end up being the nanny on Scratch's blog. If I stay on the sidelines, then I am expressing approval by virtue of my silence.
No, I said your silence gives you the benefit of the doubt. But your engagement with the discussion means you're aware of Will's antics. So, what say you?
Now for small fry...
Doctor CamNC4Me proposed a playground fight against William Schryver, as if he were supposed to meet him at the flagpole after school. Will, seeing it as the joke that it is, played upon the joke and added guns to the mix. Then you, Angry McAngerton, who takes this whole thing so seriously as to think Will a "p***y" for not agreeing to meet Cam after school to fight him. Think about that for a second -- a literal fight, what the hell is wrong with the members of this board? You seriously think that violence is the answer?
Stop playing stupid. It was Will who made his superior virility a subject of critique. Why? Because he constantly raised the point. He started this some time ago when he started comparing himself to Metcalfe, saying he has two testicles but doesn't know how many Brent has. He has made many similar attacks on other people like Chris Smith, insisting he could not be taken seriously since he is "barely out of his puberty." Lately, he has turned it up a bit, especially over at MADB. I have a collection of citations that prove Will brought all of this on himself. And his numerous attacks on the women here are nothing short of despicable. No decent woman would condone this behavior from her husband. But then again, I don't know Will's wife.
So after enduring months and months of Wilbur bragging about his manhood, I told him that I would tell him to his face what I thought of him - which is something he refuses to do with others. Ever since then he has been avoiding me. He offered to debate me and I called his bluff. I "raised the stakes" using the same exact stipulations
he imposed on Metcalfe, and he fled the scene claiming no debate was ever mentioned. And now Dr. Cam has offered a friendly proposal using a variety of sports that serve to make or break the pigheaded. Chess and basketball doesn't do any good for Will's purposes. Why did Cam offer a physical sport competition? One, because he thinks Will is bluffing about his manhood and two, because he thinks the women here deserve an apology. Losing at hand to hand combat tends to be more humbling, which is something Will could use a lot of. What is so hideous about that? And why are you here making excuses for Will when it was always Will who was responsible for taking it to this level?
"Playground" or "schoolyard" is more along the lines of a silly basketball game. You say physical confrontation is childish, but then we have Will claiming that he has been in many fights, but that no one has been able to take him down. There is nothing wrong with Cam's proposal. He never promised to beat him up or even said he'd win whatever match he agreed to. It is simply a friendly challenge that would give William the opportunity to prove once and for all just how strong and manly he really is, without taking it out on the resident females. But he is balking now with every rhetorical device in the book, because he is in fact a scared little man who thinks he can compensate for his pussiness with a ponytail and rifle. If he were half as confident in his manhood as he leads on, then I have no doubt he'd be anxious as all get out to take an anti-Mormon to the mat.