Their comment: "It's the little pussies that talk crap like jonesy does. The cowardly punk doesn't have the guts to talk to anyone, face to face the way he does online...he'll call ya all kindsa names and hurl insults when there are no real consequences.
As was said...he's just here to bark at us and make noise, like some annoying dog on a chain that raises hell as you pass by. I think I mentioned the word Troll when this punk was present, and he immediately took my words to mean him/it. It knows what it is apparently.
I won't even attempt to converse with a hate filled, potty mouthed little punk like him. His opinion of us/me kinda precludes it...
Any further attempts by hateboy to portray himself as being a reasonable person interested in dialogue will fall on "deaf ears" around here I think. He's just here to be an ass...nothing more. I mean....could his opinion of us get any lower? Certainly my opinion of him couldn't."
My response: pussy, cowardly punk, annoying dog, Troll, It, potty mouthed, hateboy, ass. I love it. I believe this is a perfect example of the pot calling the kettle black. Seriously, it doesn't get any better than this. The true definition of an "internet tough guy." Seriously dude, don't get hurt playing with guns in Mommy's basement you inbred sack of shit. And while I am thinking of it, doesn't your precious Bible tell you to turn the other cheek? I guess you missed that lesson. And speaking of the Bible...
Their comment: "Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he imagine himself to be wise." Proverbs 26:5
Posted by: Lex
Not bad, Lex. This would seem to suggest that fools should not go unchallenged, otherwise they might get big heads. But the previous verse reads "Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest you be like him yourself". Proverbs 26:4. This would suggest you shouldn't wallow with pigs.
Hmmm, these would seem to be contradictory. Someone care to reconcile them?
The 26th chapter of Proverbs seems to be devoted to advice about handling fools (and sluggards). I like the one that says "The sluggard is wiser in his own eyes than seven men who can answer discreetly." Proverbs 26:16. I also like the one that says "For lack of wood the fire goes out; and where there is no whisperer, quarrelling ceases." Proverbs 26:20. This could refer to gossip, but it would seem to have wider applicability."
My response: Hey, as everyone can attest, I am a reasonable guy. I like to stir up trouble sometimes, but I have a good head on my shoulders, and I am ALWAYS up for a good fight. With this in mind, I would like to challenge the one called Lex to a moderated debate. Lex, you seem like a reasonable guy, one whose ideology might differ from mine drastically, but able to argue with cogency and soundness. I propose we meet in a neutral chat room and argue the relevant topics of jihad in the world today. The debate will be moderated by at least two 2 members from each of our "camps," who will not be active participants, but will make sure we stick to the topic at hand. If either side resorts to name calling, they immediately forfeit ( i know it will be hard not to call you a sack of shit, but hey, that is what my blog is for). This way, we can get to the open discourse which we seemingly both crave. We can even place a bet on the event....perhaps along the lines of...If I win, you petition for my provisional reinstatement to www.jihadwatch.org (on the premise that I will not in any way ever again post anything derogatory on your site), and if you win I will erase all negative references to your website on my blog and will never be heard from again. Or we can just do it for the fun of the debate. C'mon Lex, you know this is the chance to make me and my side of the argument look foolish. What do you have to lose? The gauntlet is down. I will be patiently waiting your reply.....