nevermore wrote:Ah...nothing like reading an Internet brawl to get the juices flowing in the morning.
Our teams are both out, nev. What else is there to do?
TheBookPolice wrote:Ben, this is the last time I will address you.
You asked a reasonable question in your very first comment on the review, and I answered it. You didn't like the answer, and that's fine, but there isn't a whole lot more I can do. Not that I'm not trying, for some insane reason, to fully address your concerns.
Someone else comes in and, rather than asking what I mean, accuses me of lying about it. You then proceed to ridicule me and call me names.
If you want to be engaged like an adult, Ben, act like a motherfucking adult.
I'll be happy to discuss this issue further once I've heard back from the chefs I've contacted. And don't worry, Ben, I've made sure to ask the question using proper grammar and spelling.
TAsunder wrote:My iPhone has an application called Jott that allows you to record conversations and then it will transcribe them into digital format for you.
Shipley wrote:What do you hope to accomplish today, Fat? Do you want my content pulled? Do you want me to tackle serious business? Should I apoligize for not reaching your mythical standards for the arts & entertainment page? Or do you just want to make me feel bad?
jjoyce wrote:The impetus for the piece was that some people showing up at downtown bars during previous debates had reportedly been shushed. The Cap Times reported on a politically-engaged group viewing one in a wil-mar driveway. It seems glaringly obvious that an attempt to see how the other half does it was necessary.
jjoyce wrote:Fat.The.Gangster wrote:There was nothing glaring about the need for this article, other than to join a one-sided conversation between Isthmus and itself.
Readership of the piece in question suggests a wider readership than the Isthmus newsroom.
jjoyce wrote:Readership of the piece in question suggests a wider readership than the Isthmus newsroom.
Fat.The.Gangster wrote:Shouldn't you be lamenting your lack of meaningful relationships somewhere else on these pages? Oh, and I can hardly wait to hear about your trip to California with your dad! Yipee!
Marvell wrote:Earth to solitary, cranky voice of unappeasable ego - I don't.
You may now return to your absolute conviction that everyone on earth should bow slavishly to your literary tastes.
jjoyce wrote:But after a while the back and forth becomes counter productive, because we don't know how much credibility to pin on Fat The Gangster.
I guess this is the beauty of the medium. We can publish something and people can come to our site and blast away. Hell, if they choose to disclose their real name, thereby opening up their own work for consideration, they can do so right on the same page as the article itself.
Fat.The.Gangster wrote:Says the guy who uses this website like a sad personal ad. I think I speak for everyone when I say I look forward to hearing more about the "poetry of your soul."
Marvell wrote:If such a thing really mattered to me, I'd be doing something...you know...effectual about it - instead of spewing some trivial exercise in masturbatory snark.
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