pstarr wrote:I was led to believe that we exchanged information and opinions on this board, not cartoons. Do you have anything serious to say or is everything you do an idiotic little joke?
Jokes are appropriate on certain topics...for example...when Mike is referred to a "genuine whistleblower". Jokes are also appropriate for major league crossups, like someone who claims to know anything about science being completely obvious to sublimation,thinking that there isn't any locally grown produce or meat available in America, or that the US is building a gigawatt coal fired plant every month when they certainly aren't.
Try not to allow levity into the topic by making stuff up and presenting it with a straight face and I promise to not notice how such things make a mockery of your "webexpert" rating.
pstarr wrote:I own Mike's book 'Beyond the Rubicon' and found it to be challenging, well researched (50 pages of accurate reference), personally energizing. While I do not understand or necessarily agree with everything Rubbet says, I find his passion and information bedeviling at best, and downright scary at worst.
Why don't you take your little school-boy insults back out to the playground.
Why don't you explain for those of us who also wandered through Mike's book how well his theory holds up now that we all know exactly what sort of credibility his sexual predator sources have? You must realize that once someone is convicted and sentenced to jail for a few centuries, that their credibility might be a little less than stellar, right Pstarr?