If I may ask:
As someone that plays such a large role in LDS apologetics (KEP presentation, MI office meetings, hanging out with "very well known LDS people", etc), do you believe your contributions, choice of words, and/or posts reflect well on the faith/brethren that you defend?
Just trying to make some sense out of all this.
Thanks in advance and peace,
I have, over the course of over five years, made upwards of 10,000 posts on this and that "other" message board (through its various incarnations). Of those 10,000 posts, I have been guilty of being somewhat of a "naughty boy" in about a dozen. Other than my unwarranted characterization of Emma Smith as a "champion bitch"--for which I have sincerely apologized, and my teasing Kimberly Ann on account of what appears to have been a case of mistaken identity (for which I have also apologized), I have no particular regrets for anything I have said.
My colorful characterizations of beastlie and harmony are spot on.
My characterizations of Doctor Scratch and the vast majority of the denizens of the Great and Spacious Trailer Park are spot on.
Even so, these "colorful characterizations" constitute a mere 1/10th of 1% of my total posting output. If measured by words rather than posts, the "colorful characterizations" would likely amount to less than 1/100th of 1% of the whole.
No one has been able (until MsJack's and harmony's recent fabrications out of whole cloth) to add to the list of my offenses for many, many moons now. I guess I've "reformed," as it were. (LOL!)
At any rate, in answer to your question: Yes. Without a doubt. My contributions, choice of words, and/or posts reflect well on the faith/brethren that I defend? It is one of my defining characteristics.