Jeremy Price on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"We've long allowed you to defend yourself, and by long, I mean hundreds upon thousands of words. But now you're attacking other people, just like you're attacking me. We do our best to weed out the duplicity — and as I just explained, it's not always possible to do to
Lord of the Scoop-cation on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"And you're a hypocrite, Price. A hypocrite for not allowing me to defend myself while allowing others to take digs at me while they hide like cowards behind "Mariner Tom"..."Podunker"...and "Weatherman."
You know very well that you've been permitting their slithering around Scoop under multiple screen names.
Jeremy Price on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Look, here's the deal. We pretty much let you discuss whatever you want, however you want (Locke, Hobbes, Paine, etc.). In exchange, we ask you to do so with respect to each other, including those who read but do not post. However, sometimes once positions have been established, the regurgitating
Lord of the 1-3-1 on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"And many of the "smart people" club members should be utterly ashamed of how they once tried to use their proclaimed worldliness to bully JPat from this blog.
The same "smart people" crucifying JPat for nothing more egregious than when they repeatedly and carefully fashioned their tongues to proclaim
Lord of the 1-3-1 on "Evan Gordon commits to Indiana"Such "concerns" that he never posted one comment in all those months about Hoosier basketball or football...?
But plenty of time to now take cheap shots and make petty digs on behalf of the "smart people" he's proclaiming to be a club member because he can Wikipedia Roy Hobbes. Bow
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