The Ninja Reporter

Posted: July 20, 2012 in Uncategorized

I’d like to introduce you to the infamous Kathy H, aka The Ninja Reporter.  Ya see, Kathy H. (the delay/select vax-er/vaccine-injured by the MMR/owner of the Informed Parents of Vaccinated Children Facebook page) likes to play the “nice guy/victim” routine.  She claims innocence, spits fire, and then does this: reports any comment or picture having to do with her, and then hopes we don’t figure out who keeps reporting my posts.  Unfortunately for us, Facebook buys the class-act routine so we don’t hardly get a chance to point out the duplicity of Kathy H.’s verbal diarrhea before Facebook removes it. This post was removed in a little under an hour.

Dear Kathy H.,

I know you don’t want me to find out who’s been flagging all my posts but, Sweetie, it’s a little obvious when the only thing my flagged posts have in common is your cute little name somewhere in the subject of the material.  Even Zoey’s a bit more Ninja than that.

This one’s just for you.

xo
PQ

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  1. Justa Punk says:

    Hey! What happened to your Facebook page? My friend Phil owned you didn’t he? I saw it all and I would have commented myself but Phil asked me not to because I’d get myself banned from Facebook. He DID scare you! Stupid child.

    Artie Christou AKA Justa Punk

    • provaxquacks says:

      Artie, your insanity is interesting. You do realize the page has been available and remains available, right? Maybe it’s your delusional arrogance that’s coloring your perception of reality. Also, I have no reason to ban you or report you. I feel that letting everyone see just how insane you are does far more damage than preventing you from speaking your stupidity does. I mean, we can practically see the crazy rolling off of you in waves.

      I also suspect that you and your friend are actually one and the same. Your IP address kind of adds more evidence to that hypothesis.

      Your name is very much appropriate, by the way. You are very much just a little punk.

      Toodles, you insignificant moron.

      • The crazy is rolling off you, and your allies that lie about vaccines. You had every reason to ban me after I owned that wussy witch Ginger and you did. You’re paranoid to such an unbelievable level you should be locked up. You’re insane and the real world knows it. Vaccines do not cause Autism and in the hands of trained people who look after them and use them correctly they are safe. I don’t know where Phil is with his fight back that he mentioned – last I read he was seeking out scientists through the university sector to put together a formal response that corrects the incorrect information without addressing the proponents by name. Science sees you lot as quacks who should be ignored. I don’t. I think you should be gagged for murdering children by proxy as the heightening mortality rates of preventable diseases show.

        So get your head out of your arse, and get into the real world. If you can take it.

        • provaxquacks says:

          Yeah, sure thing Phil…I mean “Artie.”

          And what do you know? You did exactly what I predicted you would do, resorting to childlike schoolyard insults of “I know you are but what am I?”

          You didn’t own anyone, Phil…I mean “Artie.” The only thing you did was prove just how crazy and fanatical you are. Science doesn’t see us as anything…it’s not some omnipotent entity that watches over us and judges us. Scientists and doctors aren’t priests. It is a process that has been corrupted by people with agendas…people like you.

          And the next time you accuse me of murdering anyone, make sure you have actual proof of your claims, not speculation. Actual proof. I take accusations like this very seriously, so your proof had better be damned good.

          By the way, I’m curious…have you heard of the Westboro Baptist Church? Do they have a branch in Australia, mate? Your vapid, foaming-at-the-mouth hatred is certainly reminiscent of their rhetoric.

          And really, Phil…I mean “Artie?” Eight months to reply? You off your meds again?

          • You make me laugh with that attempt at “Phil”. It shows how desperate you are to add 2 and 2 to get 4 and fail. I have an Autistic son and that’s why it takes me awhile to respond. It’s a 24/7 job in case you didn’t know. I only used schoolyard insults because that’s all you understand. You are yet to show me a glimpse of intelligence, but that’s typical of ignorant little savages like you.

            I already proved you to be a murderer BY PROXY (learn to read). If you want to lose that label, start supporting vaccines, and stop lying about them. Or actually have the courage to explain your position properly instead of running your mouth with insults that only show you to be the fool.

            Never heard of that church. At all.

            • provaxquacks says:

              Riiight, Phil, I mean “artie.” That’s why your foaming-at-the-mouth rabid blathering is almost completely identical to his. It’s something called Stylometry…I took one of Phil’s drooling diatribes and compared it to one of yours…it’s almost identical, with a very high percentage of probability. Certain words, phrases, and usage of punctuation can give a reasonable comparison to conclude stylistic signatures in writing.

              Your accusation is still defamatory. I highly recommend that you refrain from such assertions considering that they can be construed as libelous.

              And yeah, I’m sure you have heard of them. They’re world famous, and their language, dialogue, and tactics are exactly the same as yours.

  2. TLPG says:

    ENOUGH!! Artie might find it funny, but I DON’T!

    Your comments show very little understanding of Australian culture. The way we write down here is inherently similar within communities and the Autistic community is one of them. Your assumptions are based on a desperate fallacy and a complete lack of understanding – which is consistent with everything else about you.

    Now – I don’t support Artie’s accusation for a start. He’s entitled to his opinion, but I don’t agree because there is a problem in the US. Not the vaccines themselves. They’re fine. It’s the apparent fact that some US states are mandating the CDC schedule as rock hard, when it’s supposed to be flexible. That’s what you should be fighting. You should also be fighting to have the protection “racket” for those who give the vaccines (doctors etc) removed so they can be sued because 99.9 percent of the time they are the ones at fault. Your stupid Vaccine Court needs to be shut down as it protects those who are the real problem.

    But I do support Artie on this – your refusal to actually address the issue, instead of engaging in insults. Don’t assume that just because the US knows about Westboro that the rest of the world knows about it. Most don’t. Unlike Artie I have heard of them as I have friends in America who are gay, and I have no time for that “church” at all. They’re off with the fairies, just like all the other right wing extremist religious groups. They are completely out of touch with the real world.

    Just like you.

    You’re not a murderer, even by proxy. But you are dangerous and so are all the other anti vaccine crusaders. I just had a close brush with death because I didn’t vaccinate (I caught Influenza A) and I will be every year from now on because my kidneys shut down as a result of it. I have to protect my kidneys now and vaccines are the only way to do that. Unless you think you have a better protection plan, in which case let’s hear it. And while you’re about it, grow a set and unblock Australia from your Facebook page. Or are you scared of a little criticism and detailed review of your attitude?

    One more thing – I said to you on Facebook awhile ago that “science was coming to get you”. That effort is in progress, and would have been up and running by now if we didn’t have a lazy twit for a Health Minister!

    • provaxquacks says:

      “ENOUGH!! Artie might find it funny, but I DON’T!”

      You are in MY house, so you don’t tell me what I can and cannot do here.

      “Your comments show very little understanding of Australian culture. The way we write down here is inherently similar within communities and the Autistic community is one of them. Your assumptions are based on a desperate fallacy and a complete lack of understanding – which is consistent with everything else about you.”

      No sir, they are not. Stylometry is not completely accurate because people can disguise their writing style. However, the interesting thing about it is that when someone’s style is extremely similar to someone else’s, then its accuracy is a bit more consistent. So, in other words, people usually try to disguise their writing style, but they rarely try to write like someone else. “Artie’s” writing style is very, very similar to yours, Phil. He uses the same misspellings as you do; the same phrases, and the same use of certain words and punctuation. Writing style is like a fingerprint. If you’re interested, I can point you to a few articles that discuss this. One of my husband’s many talents is that he uses Stylometry to help clients in litigation. He’s quite good at outing trolls…

      Also, it is no secret that you create multiple sock-puppet accounts in your various echo chambers and on various sites around the internet, so this gives more support to the evidence that you and Artie are actually one and the same.

      “Now – I don’t support Artie’s accusation for a start. He’s entitled to his opinion, but I don’t agree because there is a problem in the US.”

      Tsk tsk, Phil…you just got caught in a lie. In response to a comment made on my facebook page, where someone accused me of murdering thousands of children and I asked for proof, did you say the following?

      “Outbreaks of preventable diseases in areas that used to have them under control, because people aren’t vaccinating as a result of poor information being doled out by the likes of you and your knowledge-less cohorts. Proof enough”

      And then we had an extensive conversation right after that where you said that I was murdering children because a church got a few cases of non-lethal measles.

      “Not the vaccines themselves. They’re fine. It’s the apparent fact that some US states are mandating the CDC schedule as rock hard, when it’s supposed to be flexible. That’s what you should be fighting. You should also be fighting to have the protection “racket” for those who give the vaccines (doctors etc) removed so they can be sued because 99.9 percent of the time they are the ones at fault. Your stupid Vaccine Court needs to be shut down as it protects those who are the real problem.”

      Phil, I’m genuinely impressed! For once, something reasonable from you, and something I agree with. However, one bit of input here; this very reasonable viewpoint in the “skeptic” circles is considered anti-vaccine. I’m not criticizing your comment, just giving you an FYI. What you’re implying here is that it isn’t safe to give so many vaccines at once. That’s a decidedly anti-vaccine view, don’tcha know?

      “But I do support Artie on this – your refusal to actually address the issue, instead of engaging in insults.”

      Ah, you mean like you…I mean “Artie” did when you came to both my FB site and then this one to post insults and rabid screeds? Gotcha…

      “Don’t assume that just because the US knows about Westboro that the rest of the world knows about it. Most don’t. Unlike Artie I have heard of them as I have friends in America who are gay, and I have no time for that “church” at all. They’re off with the fairies, just like all the other right wing extremist religious groups. They are completely out of touch with the real world.”

      Another thing we agree on. My family has been the target of these extremist wingnuts, and I have a distinct distaste for their rhetoric. Which is why I find it so humorous that people like you can’t see that your rhetoric is exactly the same as theirs.

      For fun, I took one of your most rabid, foaming-at-the-mouth, extremist comments and changed one or two words (like science to God, etc.) and posted it on one of the right-wing Christian boards.

      No one could tell the difference! It even ended up on a site that mocks fundamentalist Christians and their extremist comments. Great fun, I tell you.

      “Just like you.”

      And here I was beginning to think you were actually a reasonable person. Ah well, c’est la vie.

      “You’re not a murderer, even by proxy. But you are dangerous and so are all the other anti vaccine crusaders.”

      An assertion without evidence is still an assertion. You’ve failed to provide any evidence as to how I’m dangerous, or how I’m a crusader. And, again, see my previous comment. I have an entire conversation saved where you accuse me of being a murderer. Just curious, do you have multiple personality disorder in addition to your schizoid disorder? Also, I find it really interesting that you are backing away from your previous comments…maybe you’re realizing the libelous nature of your responses?

      “I just had a close brush with death because I didn’t vaccinate (I caught Influenza A) and I will be every year from now on because my kidneys shut down as a result of it. I have to protect my kidneys now and vaccines are the only way to do that. Unless you think you have a better protection plan, in which case let’s hear it.”

      That’s a lovely anecdote. Thanks for sharing! And, your anecdote fails to take into consideration the highly mutable influenza virus. It’s a crap shoot as to which strain they have the vaccine ready for, and their efficacy is highly questionable. There are a number of studies that show this, and the Cochrane review also remarked at the lack of efficacy of this particular vaccine.

      “And while you’re about it, grow a set and unblock Australia from your Facebook page. Or are you scared of a little criticism and detailed review of your attitude?”

      Ah, hypocrisy…is this why you block your site from everyone outside of Australia?

      “One more thing – I said to you on Facebook awhile ago that “science was coming to get you”. That effort is in progress, and would have been up and running by now if we didn’t have a lazy twit for a Health Minister!”

      I wouldn’t know much about your health minister, but your comment about “Science coming to get me” is absolutely hilarious. “God is coming to get you!”

      Science is not some omnipresent or omnipotent entity, Phil.

  3. TLPG says:

    “You are in MY house, so you don’t tell me what I can and cannot do here.”

    And I’m entitled to challenge a blatant lie.

    “No sir, they are not. Stylometry is not completely accurate because people can disguise their writing style. However, the interesting thing about it is that when someone’s style is extremely similar to someone else’s, then its accuracy is a bit more consistent. So, in other words, people usually try to disguise their writing style, but they rarely try to write like someone else. “Artie’s” writing style is very, very similar to yours, Phil. He uses the same misspellings as you do; the same phrases, and the same use of certain words and punctuation. Writing style is like a fingerprint. If you’re interested, I can point you to a few articles that discuss this. One of my husband’s many talents is that he uses Stylometry to help clients in litigation. He’s quite good at outing trolls…”

    Misspellings? We use BRITISH English when we type, not AMERICAN English. I stand by what I said. You have no idea about Australian culture and that’s where this Stylometry falls over and big time.

    “Also, it is no secret that you create multiple sock-puppet accounts in your various echo chambers and on various sites around the internet, so this gives more support to the evidence that you and Artie are actually one and the same.”

    Another baseless assumption. You’re full of them just to try and stay ahead in the fight. The only people who make that accusation are proven nutcases, with Best at the top.

    “Tsk tsk, Phil…you just got caught in a lie. In response to a comment made on my facebook page, where someone accused me of murdering thousands of children and I asked for proof, did you say the following?

    ““Outbreaks of preventable diseases in areas that used to have them under control, because people aren’t vaccinating as a result of poor information being doled out by the likes of you and your knowledge-less cohorts. Proof enough”””

    Fail. That quote was taken from where the question of whether or not your Facebook page was a quack page. It had nothing to do with the accusation you refer to.

    “And then we had an extensive conversation right after that where you said that I was murdering children because a church got a few cases of non-lethal measles.”

    Again, that is a fail and a massive one. I never used the word “murderer” in that conversation. At all.

    “Phil, I’m genuinely impressed! For once, something reasonable from you, and something I agree with. However, one bit of input here; this very reasonable viewpoint in the “skeptic” circles is considered anti-vaccine. I’m not criticizing your comment, just giving you an FYI. What you’re implying here is that it isn’t safe to give so many vaccines at once. That’s a decidedly anti-vaccine view, don’tcha know?”

    That multiple vaccine situation only applies to people who have present issues that can clash – as Hannah did with the mitocondrial dysfunction AND already being on the Spectrum. Anyone who has NO issues CAN take that many at once if required.

    “Ah, you mean like you…I mean “Artie” did when you came to both my FB site and then this one to post insults and rabid screeds? Gotcha…”

    I rest my case. Running away again….

    “Another thing we agree on. My family has been the target of these extremist wingnuts, and I have a distinct distaste for their rhetoric. Which is why I find it so humorous that people like you can’t see that your rhetoric is exactly the same as theirs.”

    It’s not. You are just trying to press it like that to make yourself look good in the mirror. Running away again and showing you refuse to open your mind to the whole issue.

    “For fun, I took one of your most rabid, foaming-at-the-mouth, extremist comments and changed one or two words (like science to God, etc.) and posted it on one of the right-wing Christian boards.”

    Changing context is a typical act from someone who is losing an argument. That’s what changing words does – it garbles the message being sent.

    “No one could tell the difference! It even ended up on a site that mocks fundamentalist Christians and their extremist comments. Great fun, I tell you.”

    It goes to show how under educated some people are.

    “An assertion without evidence is still an assertion. You’ve failed to provide any evidence as to how I’m dangerous, or how I’m a crusader. And, again, see my previous comment. I have an entire conversation saved where you accuse me of being a murderer. Just curious, do you have multiple personality disorder in addition to your schizoid disorder? Also, I find it really interesting that you are backing away from your previous comments…maybe you’re realizing the libelous nature of your responses?”

    I’m not backing away from anything. You’re dangerous. Claiming that vaccines are not required or needed is a dangerous claim and promoting it through social media results in one parent listening and stopping the needed vaccination of their children. As a direct result, the child could (and in some cases has) died from a preventable disease. That is the progression you have to take responsibility for. I do NOT have Schizoid Disorder. I am Autistic per the DSM-V, and Asperger’s per the DSM-IV. If you want to talk defamation – talk to Artie, not me. Unless you’re saying that “dangerous” is also defamation?

    “That’s a lovely anecdote. Thanks for sharing! And, your anecdote fails to take into consideration the highly mutable influenza virus. It’s a crap shoot as to which strain they have the vaccine ready for, and their efficacy is highly questionable. There are a number of studies that show this, and the Cochrane review also remarked at the lack of efficacy of this particular vaccine.”

    So in other words you don’t have the answer. The flu vaccine in Australia takes that into account. As you haven’t got an alternative, I’m getting it next Autumn (March/April). And I note your attempt to talk me out of it. I’m not that gullible.

    “Ah, hypocrisy…is this why you block your site from everyone outside of Australia?”

    Outside of the APNIC region you mean, and that action had nothing to do with you. It was to do with others using proxies to get around bans of their IP range to keep them off. Once that security issue is dealt with, you’ll see it.

    “I wouldn’t know much about your health minister, but your comment about “Science coming to get me” is absolutely hilarious. “God is coming to get you!”

    Science is not some omnipresent or omnipotent entity, Phil.”

    No it’s not. You’re right. And that’s why it scares the dickens out of you. It’s real – unlike that non existent deity. You rely on fantasy, and don’t have the guts to back it up.

    I’m still waiting for solid evidence that vaccines are dangerous. By themselves. And from reliable sources.

    • provaxquacks says:

      “And I’m entitled to challenge a blatant lie.”

      But it’s not a blatant lie because I have given evidence to show why it’s my opinion that you and “Artie” are one and the same. Secondly, you can challenge what you perceive as a lie, but you do not tell me what I can or cannot do on my site.

      “Misspellings? We use BRITISH English when we type, not AMERICAN English. I stand by what I said. You have no idea about Australian culture and that’s where this Stylometry falls over and big time.”

      No, imbecile…I’m well aware of the differences between American and the Queen’s English, especially considering that my husband is British. I’m discussing misspellings, not differences between dialects. Again, it’s clear to anyone who reads your drivel that you and “Artie” are likely the same person. I have several close friends who live in Australia, and none of them can find anyone by the name of Artie Christou who lives in Broadmeadows, Victoria. Isn’t that odd? The only references to him are through his Facebook page. His Blogger profile shows him living in Arizona. Now, admittedly, that could mean that “Artie” is a pseudonym, but if that is the case, that really doesn’t help you out in your protestations. So again, you can see how it is I’ve come to my conclusion. Now, it’s up to you to provide the evidence to show that I’m wrong.

      “Another baseless assumption. You’re full of them just to try and stay ahead in the fight. The only people who make that accusation are proven nutcases, with Best at the top.”

      I didn’t get this from Best. I share your distaste with him, so I don’t ever visit his site. What’s funny is that the reason I have so much distaste for him is that you and he are so much alike. And yes, there are many other sources outside of Best that I have that show you are well known for making multiple sock-puppets.

      “Fail. That quote was taken from where the question of whether or not your Facebook page was a quack page. It had nothing to do with the accusation you refer to.”

      Oh, goodness…how childish. Good thing I have the entire conversation saved, yes? When the assertion was made that I was a murderer, my response was as follows:

      “Where is your proof that any of us are [responsible for millions dead and crippled]? Be specific, now!”

      Your response was the one I quoted before. Sure looks like someone is back-pedaling to me…

      “Again, that is a fail and a massive one. I never used the word “murderer” in that conversation. At all.”

      See above. The implication is certainly there.

      “That multiple vaccine situation only applies to people who have present issues that can clash – as Hannah did with the mitocondrial dysfunction AND already being on the Spectrum. Anyone who has NO issues CAN take that many at once if required.”

      But they don’t test for these conditions prior to vaccination, Phil. There is no proof that she was on the spectrum prior to vaccination…in fact there is quite a bit of proof that she was developing normally prior to her vaccination. Not only that, but it’s a decidedly anti-vaccine view to express any issues or concerns with giving so many vaccines at once. But, then again, I always suspected that you were actually anti-vaccine. You are so crazy, rabid, and zealous that you just have to be a Poe.

      “I rest my case. Running away again….”

      Ah, so it’s running when you come here, insult and bully me in my house, and I respond with the same contempt you show? Looks to me like someone can dish it out, but can’t take it, Phil.

      “It’s not. You are just trying to press it like that to make yourself look good in the mirror. Running away again and showing you refuse to open your mind to the whole issue.

      Changing context is a typical act from someone who is losing an argument. That’s what changing words does – it garbles the message being sent.”

      Zealotry: Excessive zeal; fanaticism.

      Fanatic: A person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.

      Your fanatical views are the exact same as the WBC, Phil. That was the point of my little exercise. And I didn’t change the context, I replaced a few words. By changing “Science” to “God” and “Vaccines” to “Jesus” (the only words I changed, btw) no one was able to tell your comments from that of a religious nut. It’s hilarious!

      “I’m not backing away from anything. You’re dangerous. Claiming that vaccines are not required or needed is a dangerous claim and promoting it through social media results in one parent listening and stopping the needed vaccination of their children. As a direct result, the child could (and in some cases has) died from a preventable disease. That is the progression you have to take responsibility for. I do NOT have Schizoid Disorder. I am Autistic per the DSM-V, and Asperger’s per the DSM-IV. If you want to talk defamation – talk to Artie, not me. Unless you’re saying that “dangerous” is also defamation?”

      Ah, yet another lie. Did you, or did you not, say the following?

      Phil Gluyas Lie

      “So in other words you don’t have the answer. The flu vaccine in Australia takes that into account. As you haven’t got an alternative, I’m getting it next Autumn (March/April). And I note your attempt to talk me out of it. I’m not that gullible.”

      I never claimed to. I was remarking on the lack of efficacy of the flu vaccine. Agencies all over the world have this same problem with the flu, Phil…Australia is no better at predicting which strain will be prevalent. They are also unable to prevent the virus from mutating. I wasn’t attempting to talk you out of anything, because I freely believe that you have the right to vaccinate. I always have. But our exchanges have shown me that you believe that others should not have the right to have that choice.

      “Outside of the APNIC region you mean, and that action had nothing to do with you. It was to do with others using proxies to get around bans of their IP range to keep them off. Once that security issue is dealt with, you’ll see it.”

      So, do as I say, not as I do. Hypocrisy.

      “No it’s not. You’re right. And that’s why it scares the dickens out of you. It’s real – unlike that non existent deity. You rely on fantasy, and don’t have the guts to back it up.”

      Then quit acting like it is, Phil. I’m not scared of Science…never have been. Science isn’t some omnipotent force or evil monster that hides under the bed. That’s why your comment is so funny, and why others who defend vaccines shy away from you and your fanaticism.

      “I’m still waiting for solid evidence that vaccines are dangerous. By themselves. And from reliable sources.”

      No amount of evidence, ever, will change your mind, Phil. Which is what people like you accuse anti-vaxxers of.

  4. TLPG says:

    “But it’s not a blatant lie because I have given evidence to show why it’s my opinion that you and “Artie” are one and the same. Secondly, you can challenge what you perceive as a lie, but you do not tell me what I can or cannot do on my site.”

    It is a lie, and your opinion is baseless and should be publicly withdrawn. Your “evidence” would not stand up in court because you are dealing with a different culture (Australian) and a community (Autistic) that you don’t understand.

    “No, imbecile…I’m well aware of the differences between American and the Queen’s English, especially considering that my husband is British. I’m discussing misspellings, not differences between dialects. Again, it’s clear to anyone who reads your drivel that you and “Artie” are likely the same person. I have several close friends who live in Australia, and none of them can find anyone by the name of Artie Christou who lives in Broadmeadows, Victoria. Isn’t that odd? The only references to him are through his Facebook page. His Blogger profile shows him living in Arizona. Now, admittedly, that could mean that “Artie” is a pseudonym, but if that is the case, that really doesn’t help you out in your protestations. So again, you can see how it is I’ve come to my conclusion. Now, it’s up to you to provide the evidence to show that I’m wrong.”

    Dialects?? What did you get for English in school? F?

    I don’t have kids. Artie does. He lives in Melbourne (Broady is a suburb). I live in Ballarat. I don’t know why he has Arizona on his Blogger profile because I’ve never asked and it’s none of my business anyway. In Australia it is easy to hide your contact details because we have far better and more effective privacy laws than the US has. So if he doesn’t want to be found, it is possible to achieve it. Now then, admit at least that you don’t know – if not admit that we are two different people.

    “I didn’t get this from Best. I share your distaste with him, so I don’t ever visit his site. What’s funny is that the reason I have so much distaste for him is that you and he are so much alike. And yes, there are many other sources outside of Best that I have that show you are well known for making multiple sock-puppets.”

    Best started it in late 2006. You show me where the accusation comes from before that. Good to know that you have recognised him for what he is, but that’s where the lack of comparison ends. And I am nothing like him. His views are up there with Westboro and The Tea Party!!

    “Oh, goodness…how childish. Good thing I have the entire conversation saved, yes? When the assertion was made that I was a murderer, my response was as follows:

    “Where is your proof that any of us are [responsible for millions dead and crippled]? Be specific, now!”

    Your response was the one I quoted before. Sure looks like someone is back-pedaling to me…”

    Nope! I was responding to the OP. You just wish I was responding to you with that.

    “See above. The implication is certainly there.”

    Paranoia at it’s most scintilating. The implication was (and is) that you are dangerous.

    “But they don’t test for these conditions prior to vaccination, Phil. There is no proof that she was on the spectrum prior to vaccination…in fact there is quite a bit of proof that she was developing normally prior to her vaccination. Not only that, but it’s a decidedly anti-vaccine view to express any issues or concerns with giving so many vaccines at once. But, then again, I always suspected that you were actually anti-vaccine. You are so crazy, rabid, and zealous that you just have to be a Poe.”

    Her mother gave all the indications that she was – undiagnosed – on CNN the day the decision was handed down. She was AHEAD of some of her development in the very areas that are consistent with the high end of the Spectrum. It is NOT anti-vaccine to demand responsibility from those who administer the vaccines. Many of my friends on this side of the fence have agreed with me. That’s not a vaccine issue. It’s an administrative issue, and those of us with intelligence know it. If I was anti-vaccine I wouldn’t be getting the flu shot next year.

    “Ah, so it’s running when you come here, insult and bully me in my house, and I respond with the same contempt you show? Looks to me like someone can dish it out, but can’t take it, Phil.”

    And that’s you, because you avoid my questions like the plague. I haven’t avoided one question yet, and I don’t intend to.

    “Zealotry: Excessive zeal; fanaticism.

    Fanatic: A person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.

    Your fanatical views are the exact same as the WBC, Phil. That was the point of my little exercise. And I didn’t change the context, I replaced a few words. By changing “Science” to “God” and “Vaccines” to “Jesus” (the only words I changed, btw) no one was able to tell your comments from that of a religious nut. It’s hilarious!”

    You changed the context – from reality to fantasy. Those who saw the comment and laughed demonstrated their lack of education. Including you. You are a fanatic, determined to destroy vaccine integrity no matter what.

    “I never claimed to. I was remarking on the lack of efficacy of the flu vaccine. Agencies all over the world have this same problem with the flu, Phil…Australia is no better at predicting which strain will be prevalent. They are also unable to prevent the virus from mutating. I wasn’t attempting to talk you out of anything, because I freely believe that you have the right to vaccinate. I always have. But our exchanges have shown me that you believe that others should not have the right to have that choice.”

    No they should not when it comes to the most important group of human beings on this planet. The kids. Everything must be done to protect them from disease, and that means vaccinating against preventable diseases. Anyone who refuses to do it is a child neglecter. Now I know you stated that you have vaccinated your kids previously, so that doesn’t include you – unless you have stopped with any boosters that are needed (pertussis/whooping cough springs to mind). The ONLY time there should be a choice is if a medical condition is present and needs to be taken into account, and even then it’s not a choice as such. Questioning the efficacy of any vaccine (let alone the flu vaccine) is a clear attempt to scare. Australia is far better at vaccine integrity that the US. We have always had the strongest protection system in the western world – heck our quarentine laws are the strongest of anywhere. You were trying to talk me out of it and don’t deny it.

    “No, do as I say, not as I do. Hypocrisy.”

    If that was the case I’d block you permanently. But I can’t because I don’t have an IP range for you. The ONLY reason you’re blocked is because I have no clue as to whether or not you are using a proxy. It’s the proxies that are the threat to me as it’s a bypass for people I am trying to keep off (Best for example). Like I said, once that issue is resolved the block on you will disappear. Simple. Your block on me on Facebook isn’t a case of collateral damage that will be reversed.

    “Then quit acting like it is, Phil. I’m not scared of Science…never have been. Science isn’t some omnipotent force or evil monster that hides under the bed. That’s why your comment is so funny, and why others who defend vaccines shy away from you and your fanaticism.”

    You are scared of it because it’s real, and it proves you wrong as well. I’m just getting them off their rear ends because up until now they see your efforts (and people like you) as a fad that will pass. They’re wrong about that and the issue needs to be confronted and dealt with once and for all. Deep down you know it’ll get done and that’s your biggest fear. Reality. I have a lot of support by the way. The hospital stay got a mountain of likes on Facebook, and two people wanted to use my story to convince others to vaccinate. I have become the poster boy for it within that group and have their full support for my efforts.

    “No amount of evidence, ever, will change your mind, Phil. Which is what people like you accuse anti-vaxxers of.”

    Excuses, excuses. Try me. Or are you scared of getting a real education?

    One more thing – that pic is misinformation, which you got from that lying bitch Elyse Bruce. It was an error on my part based in the paperwork that was accidentally included with my initial Asperger’s DX in 1997. That error was later corrected by my current psych. There are six aspects of Schizoid Disorder. Five of them don’t apply to me at all. The sixth only applies to me partly (hence my error) but the bottom line is that a DX of Schizoid Disorder under those circumstances is impossible.

    • provaxquacks says:

      “It is a lie, and your opinion is baseless and should be publicly withdrawn. Your “evidence” would not stand up in court because you are dealing with a different culture (Australian) and a community (Autistic) that you don’t understand.”

      Once again, wrong. Stylometry is a legitimate form of identification when dealing with online, anonymous trolls. Here, this is a very interesting article on the subject…that is, if you have the balls to read it;

      http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/why-hackers-should-be-afraid-of-how-they-write-20130116-2csdo.html

      This is one of the things my husband does for a living. And yes, it can be used as a form of identification, especially if there’s enough evidence (which your continued exchanges are providing me).

      “Dialects?? What did you get for English in school? F?”

      Oh, the irony! Who failed English in school?

      Dialect: a particular form of a language that is peculiar to a specific region or social group. My husband took that into account when comparing comments that you and “Artie” both made on various sites. He knows the Australian dialects, and he was able to account for this in the analysis software he uses. Your excuses as to why this doesn’t apply to you are hysterical…I’m serious…I haven’t laughed this hard in months.

      “I don’t have kids. Artie does. He lives in Melbourne (Broady is a suburb). I live in Ballarat. I don’t know why he has Arizona on his Blogger profile because I’ve never asked and it’s none of my business anyway. In Australia it is easy to hide your contact details because we have far better and more effective privacy laws than the US has. So if he doesn’t want to be found, it is possible to achieve it. Now then, admit at least that you don’t know – if not admit that we are two different people.”

      Oh, I can admit that I don’t know for sure. However, that’s the purpose of our continued exchange, isn’t it? The more you comment, the more evidence I have. See how that works?

      “Best started it in late 2006. You show me where the accusation comes from before that. Good to know that you have recognised him for what he is, but that’s where the lack of comparison ends. And I am nothing like him. His views are up there with Westboro and The Tea Party!!”

      You are exactly like him; you are mirror reflections. The only thing that he has in his favor as opposed to you is that he doesn’t file frivolous lawsuits whenever he gets his feelings hurt.

      “Nope! I was responding to the OP. You just wish I was responding to you with that.”

      It’s a good thing that I have the exchange saved, yes? It’s clearly evident who you were responding to in that exchange, Phil.

      “Paranoia at it’s most scintilating. The implication was (and is) that you are dangerous.”

      No, not paranoia, because it’s clear that you were responding to my request for proof that I am a murderer. Your evidence that I was a murderer was to link to a story about a Church who had a few cases of measles and not a single death among them. If you backpedal any faster, Phil, you’ll likely break the sound barrier.

      “Her mother gave all the indications that she was – undiagnosed – on CNN the day the decision was handed down. She was AHEAD of some of her development in the very areas that are consistent with the high end of the Spectrum. It is NOT anti-vaccine to demand responsibility from those who administer the vaccines. Many of my friends on this side of the fence have agreed with me. That’s not a vaccine issue. It’s an administrative issue, and those of us with intelligence know it. If I was anti-vaccine I wouldn’t be getting the flu shot next year.”

      I’m calling bullshit on your assertion regarding Hannah Poling. The court decision, as well as the testimony of both of her parents, shows that she was developing normally until she received the vaccinations.

      “And that’s you, because you avoid my questions like the plague. I haven’t avoided one question yet, and I don’t intend to.”

      What questions, Phil? The only thing that you and “Artie” have done is come here and insult and attempt to bully me.

      “You changed the context – from reality to fantasy. Those who saw the comment and laughed demonstrated their lack of education. Including you. You are a fanatic, determined to destroy vaccine integrity no matter what.”

      Poor Phil…unable to accept the truth. Extremist views like yours are an affront to true science. The purpose of my exercise was to demonstrate that your fanatical comments are indistinguishable from the fanatical comments of a religious nut. Those who saw the comment and laughed are people whom you idolize…people who are versed in science and reason.

      “No they should not when it comes to the most important group of human beings on this planet. The kids. Everything must be done to protect them from disease, and that means vaccinating against preventable diseases. Anyone who refuses to do it is a child neglecter. Now I know you stated that you have vaccinated your kids previously, so that doesn’t include you – unless you have stopped with any boosters that are needed (pertussis/whooping cough springs to mind). The ONLY time there should be a choice is if a medical condition is present and needs to be taken into account, and even then it’s not a choice as such. Questioning the efficacy of any vaccine (let alone the flu vaccine) is a clear attempt to scare. Australia is far better at vaccine integrity that the US. We have always had the strongest protection system in the western world – heck our quarentine laws are the strongest of anywhere. You were trying to talk me out of it and don’t deny it.”

      Questioning is the very soul of science, Phil. Your claim that anyone who questions the efficacy of a vaccine is anti-vaccine is the very antithesis of what science is, and adds further verification of your religious devotion to Science as Dogma. I also wasn’t trying to prevent you from vaccinating, I was remarking on the lack of efficacy of the flu vaccine. Your assertion that I was attempting to do so is paranoia, plain and simple.

      “If that was the case I’d block you permanently. But I can’t because I don’t have an IP range for you. The ONLY reason you’re blocked is because I have no clue as to whether or not you are using a proxy. It’s the proxies that are the threat to me as it’s a bypass for people I am trying to keep off (Best for example). Like I said, once that issue is resolved the block on you will disappear. Simple. Your block on me on Facebook isn’t a case of collateral damage that will be reversed.”

      It’s still hypocrisy, Phil. You keep demanding that I unblock my FB page, but you won’t unblock your page. Do as I say, not as I do.

      “You are scared of it because it’s real, and it proves you wrong as well. I’m just getting them off their rear ends because up until now they see your efforts (and people like you) as a fad that will pass. They’re wrong about that and the issue needs to be confronted and dealt with once and for all. Deep down you know it’ll get done and that’s your biggest fear. Reality. I have a lot of support by the way. The hospital stay got a mountain of likes on Facebook, and two people wanted to use my story to convince others to vaccinate. I have become the poster boy for it within that group and have their full support for my efforts.”

      Wow…delusions of grandeur, as well as an over-inflated sense of self importance. So, it seems that you can add narcissism to your Schizoid personality disorder as well.

      “Excuses, excuses. Try me. Or are you scared of getting a real education?”

      I don’t need to, Phil. You’re a true believer…you’ve demonstrated that over and over again. You cherry-pick and only accept science that conforms to your bias. Which is exactly what people like you accuse anti-vaxxers of.

      “One more thing – that pic is misinformation, which you got from that lying bitch Elyse Bruce. It was an error on my part based in the paperwork that was accidentally included with my initial Asperger’s DX in 1997. That error was later corrected by my current psych. There are six aspects of Schizoid Disorder. Five of them don’t apply to me at all. The sixth only applies to me partly (hence my error) but the bottom line is that a DX of Schizoid Disorder under those circumstances is impossible.”

      But, that was a direct quote from you from just a few years ago, Phil. So, you’re either lying, or you go from psychologist to psychologist until you get a diagnosis that fits your self-identification. Why else would you get re-diagnosed every few years? My personal opinion is that it’s a mixture of the two.

  5. TLPG says:

    “Once again, wrong. Stylometry is a legitimate form of identification when dealing with online, anonymous trolls. Here, this is a very interesting article on the subject…that is, if you have the balls to read it;

    http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/why-hackers-should-be-afraid-of-how-they-write-20130116-2csdo.html

    This is one of the things my husband does for a living. And yes, it can be used as a form of identification, especially if there’s enough evidence (which your continued exchanges are providing me).”

    No it doesn’t. That study is from America and fails because it doesn’t take into account other cultures like I said. Anyway, hackers and malware fools don’t deal in words. They deal in programs and coding. Trolls? That’s you, not me. I fight trolls.

    “Oh, the irony! Who failed English in school?

    Dialect: a particular form of a language that is peculiar to a specific region or social group. My husband took that into account when comparing comments that you and “Artie” both made on various sites. He knows the Australian dialects, and he was able to account for this in the analysis software he uses. Your excuses as to why this doesn’t apply to you are hysterical…I’m serious…I haven’t laughed this hard in months.”

    That shows your education is worse than mine, and that’s bad for you because I’m a high school drop out! Dialects refer to the spoken word and the spoken word only! Not the written word!

    “Oh, I can admit that I don’t know for sure. However, that’s the purpose of our continued exchange, isn’t it? The more you comment, the more evidence I have. See how that works?”

    In the warped mind of a fanatic like you, yeah I can see that. It’s as predictable as ever and lacking in responsibility. Attack the person and not the issue. That’s you. See how THAT works? All I’m doing is making you look like an idiot and you can’t even see it, such is your fanaticism. You don’t know the difference between Broadmeadows and Ballarat. You don’t know the difference between having kids and not having kids. Says plenty.

    “You are exactly like him; you are mirror reflections. The only thing that he has in his favor as opposed to you is that he doesn’t file frivolous lawsuits whenever he gets his feelings hurt.”

    Frivolous? Really? I’ve had two wins with a third on the way in defamation lawsuits! Explain that! And if I count intervention orders (ie expanding it to all court actions) add another two! I am nothing like Best. You are closer to him, because you are just as much of a fanatic. The only difference is you don’t go as far as him. He has a closed mind. So do you. I do not.

    “It’s a good thing that I have the exchange saved, yes? It’s clearly evident who you were responding to in that exchange, Phil.”

    In your warped mind, maybe. I have it saved as well and I know exactly what I was referring to.

    “No, not paranoia, because it’s clear that you were responding to my request for proof that I am a murderer. Your evidence that I was a murderer was to link to a story about a Church who had a few cases of measles and not a single death among them. If you backpedal any faster, Phil, you’ll likely break the sound barrier.”

    That was proof that you were and are dangerous. What, you want kids to catch measles? I got the measles when I was a kid and I wouldn’t wish that on any child! Apparently you don’t care. That makes you dangerous, not a murderer. I never used the term and you know it. You’re so desperate to discredit me it’s unreal.

    “I’m calling bullshit on your assertion regarding Hannah Poling. The court decision, as well as the testimony of both of her parents, shows that she was developing normally until she received the vaccinations.”

    No it wasn’t normal. She was AHEAD of several points of development. Her mother admitted it on CNN. She might have seen that as normal, but it wasn’t. Had she put the point in the court documents, they would have noted it and the legal proof would have been in place that it was highly likely she was already on the Spectrum. It wouldn’t have made a difference to the decision because a regression took place for sure and the nine vaccines in the one visit definitely played a role – combined with being on the Spectrum and the recognised factor (the mitocondrial dysfunction).

    “What questions, Phil? The only thing that you and “Artie” have done is come here and insult and attempt to bully me.”

    Explaining why vaccines are not safe, with reliable sources.

    “Poor Phil…unable to accept the truth. Extremist views like yours are an affront to true science. The purpose of my exercise was to demonstrate that your fanatical comments are indistinguishable from the fanatical comments of a religious nut. Those who saw the comment and laughed are people whom you idolize…people who are versed in science and reason.”

    You said you sent it to a Christian extremist group, who are so far from science and reason they might as well be from Mars! You are the one with the extremist view, not me. Extremists are fanatics and see non-extremists as dumb and don’t understand. It’s a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black. True science and those who represent it (I don’t mean me, I mean the real scientists) know who is in the right, and it’s not people like you!

    “Questioning is the very soul of science, Phil. Your claim that anyone who questions the efficacy of a vaccine is anti-vaccine is the very antithesis of what science is, and adds further verification of your religious devotion to Science as Dogma. I also wasn’t trying to prevent you from vaccinating, I was remarking on the lack of efficacy of the flu vaccine. Your assertion that I was attempting to do so is paranoia, plain and simple.”

    You don’t have the qualifications to question, and even then your questioning is being rightly ignored by the scientists I just mentioned. They are ignoring you because they know you are wrong, and they also know there’s no point trying to educate you because you are a fanatic. You were trying to get me to question, which is the same thing as trying to stop me from getting the flu vaccine. If there is a lack of efficacy in the US, there certainly isn’t in Australia!

    “It’s still hypocrisy, Phil. You keep demanding that I unblock my FB page, but you won’t unblock your page. Do as I say, not as I do.”

    I will be unblocking my website. That’s a guarantee. It’s just a question of when because of the security issues – issues that do not exist on Facebook. Therefore I have a good reason. You do not. So no hypocrisy. Of course if you were to give me your present IP I could unblock it in the next 48 hours. Wonder if you would be prepared to do that?

    “Wow…delusions of grandeur, as well as an over-inflated sense of self importance. So, it seems that you can add narcissism to your Schizoid personality disorder as well.”

    Typical response from a fanatic. You only said that because you think that I think I’m better than everyone. That’s you, again. You think you know everything. No one knows everything. Not you, me or anyone else. But I do know this – I know more than you because unlike you I pay attention to the real world.

    “I don’t need to, Phil. You’re a true believer…you’ve demonstrated that over and over again. You cherry-pick and only accept science that conforms to your bias. Which is exactly what people like you accuse anti-vaxxers of.”

    Cherry pick? How desperate are you? I never cherry pick. I take everything into account and balance it. That’s what an intelligent person in touch with the real world would do. You’ve shown your refusal to open your mind by not showing your evidence and not answering the questions associated with it. So out with it. Prove that I’m wrong. Come on, you think you know more than me. Back that up.

    “But, that was a direct quote from you from just a few years ago, Phil. So, you’re either lying, or you go from psychologist to psychologist until you get a diagnosis that fits your self-identification. Why else would you get re-diagnosed every few years? My personal opinion is that it’s a mixture of the two.”

    And you’re wrong. I told you it was an error on my part and explained the background of it – and it went in one eye and out the other. My current treating psychiatrist (get that right) has been with me for ten years. My diagnosis has not changed from 1997 to 2013, and it altered in 2013 purely because of the DSM-V from Asperger’s to Autism. There was never ever any Schizoid Disorder diagnosed – at all. Go back to what I said about the error I made and why, and stop with the Schizoid BS.

    • provaxquacks says:

      “No it doesn’t. That study is from America and fails because it doesn’t take into account other cultures like I said. Anyway, hackers and malware fools don’t deal in words. They deal in programs and coding. Trolls? That’s you, not me. I fight trolls.”

      This shows just how much of a moron you are. Did you actually read the article? Stylometry takes all of this into consideration. Culture was accounted for in the analysis of your blathering rant, and each time you respond, I get more and more information about you.

      “That shows your education is worse than mine, and that’s bad for you because I’m a high school drop out! Dialects refer to the spoken word and the spoken word only! Not the written word!”

      LMAO…Phil, you’re making an utter and complete fool of yourself. Dialect is not specific to spoken word. That’s why novels are sometimes written showing different dialects. Here, this may help you educate yourself, since you’ve shown that you’re a high-school dropout:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dialect

      “A standard dialect (also known as a standardized dialect or “standard language”) is a dialect that is supported by institutions. Such institutional support may include government recognition or designation; presentation as being the “correct” form of a language in schools; published grammars, dictionaries, and textbooks that set forth a correct spoken and written form (emphasis mine); and an extensive formal literature that employs that dialect (prose, poetry, non-fiction, etc.). There may be multiple standard dialects associated with a single language. For example, Standard American English, Standard Canadian English, Standard Indian English, Standard Australian English, and Standard Philippine English may all be said to be standard dialects of the English language.

      A nonstandard dialect, like a standard dialect, has a complete vocabulary, grammar, and syntax, but is usually not the beneficiary of institutional support. Examples of a nonstandard English dialect are Southern American English, Western Australian English and Scouse. The Dialect Test was designed by Joseph Wright to compare different English dialects with each other.”

      My goodness, this is hilarious…pure entertainment. You’ve done nothing but show how much of an idiot you are.

      “In the warped mind of a fanatic like you, yeah I can see that. It’s as predictable as ever and lacking in responsibility. Attack the person and not the issue. That’s you. See how THAT works? All I’m doing is making you look like an idiot and you can’t even see it, such is your fanaticism. You don’t know the difference between Broadmeadows and Ballarat. You don’t know the difference between having kids and not having kids. Says plenty.”

      Which is exactly what you’re doing here, Phil. Attacking the person, not the issue. Oh, the hypocrisy. I admitted I don’t know for sure, only that I have evidence that helps me reach a conclusion. I don’t know if he has kids or not because I have no proof, only your word (which is oh, so trustworthy). What I do have proof of is how your use of language, punctuation, and syntax (which is accounted for because of regional dialect (or jargon, if that helps)) is very similar. And, your continued protestations are adding more evidence. Have you ever read Shakespeare? “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” It means that your frequent and vehement attempts to convince me that you and “Artie” are different people have ironically helped to convince me that the opposite is true. You look insincere and defensive.

      “Frivolous? Really? I’ve had two wins with a third on the way in defamation lawsuits! Explain that! And if I count intervention orders (ie expanding it to all court actions) add another two! I am nothing like Best. You are closer to him, because you are just as much of a fanatic. The only difference is you don’t go as far as him. He has a closed mind. So do you. I do not.”

      Sure you have a closed mind, Phil. You’ve demonstrated that over and over again. If something doesn’t fit into your confirmation bias, then you reject it, whether it’s true or not. And your continued litigation against people who hurt your feelings confirms what I said about you. The only way you can validate yourself is through legal intimidation. That speaks volumes about you, Phil, and is the reason that so many people that you idolize think you’re a complete joke.

      “In your warped mind, maybe. I have it saved as well and I know exactly what I was referring to.

      That was proof that you were and are dangerous. What, you want kids to catch measles? I got the measles when I was a kid and I wouldn’t wish that on any child! Apparently you don’t care. That makes you dangerous, not a murderer. I never used the term and you know it. You’re so desperate to discredit me it’s unreal.”

      In direct response to me asking for proof that I’m a murderer. It’s obvious you weren’t talking about the original poster, Phil. The fact that you’re so vehemently denying it shows that you’re defensive and insincere.

      “No it wasn’t normal. She was AHEAD of several points of development. Her mother admitted it on CNN. She might have seen that as normal, but it wasn’t. Had she put the point in the court documents, they would have noted it and the legal proof would have been in place that it was highly likely she was already on the Spectrum. It wouldn’t have made a difference to the decision because a regression took place for sure and the nine vaccines in the one visit definitely played a role – combined with being on the Spectrum and the recognised factor (the mitocondrial dysfunction).”

      Once again, this is your confirmation bias rejecting something that doesn’t conform to your own personal reality. There’s a psychological term for that, Phil…

      The only thing that Terry Poling admitted on CNN was that Hannah was “precocious.” I was precocious as a child, and I’m not on the spectrum. My eldest child was precocious, and is not on the spectrum. Your assertion that the courts would have noted that she was already on the spectrum shows magical thinking. The court documents, and testimony from Terry and Jon Poling themselves shows that she was not on the spectrum prior to vaccination. Jon Poling’s remarks on various news articles, personal correspondence, and open letters to various individuals around the world show that Hannah was developing normally, got vaccinated, and lost milestones and skills. The fact that you’re rejecting this shows confirmation bias.

      “Explaining why vaccines are not safe, with reliable sources.”

      I said that vaccines are not safe for everyone…something that you, yourself, have echoed.

      There’s some interesting developments happening over here…I’ll have more for you later.

      “You said you sent it to a Christian extremist group, who are so far from science and reason they might as well be from Mars! You are the one with the extremist view, not me. Extremists are fanatics and see non-extremists as dumb and don’t understand. It’s a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black. True science and those who represent it (I don’t mean me, I mean the real scientists) know who is in the right, and it’s not people like you!”

      I did, and then it was copied over to a site that mocks Christian fundamentalists. People whom you idolize (Scientists, etc) read your remarks and couldn’t tell that it was not written by a religious extremist, Phil. That speaks volumes about how zealous and foaming-at-the-mouth insane you are. These are people who make a living in science, those versed in reason, who can’t tell that the comment they are mocking was not made by a religious nut. Fundamentalists say the darnedest things, Phil.

      “You don’t have the qualifications to question, and even then your questioning is being rightly ignored by the scientists I just mentioned. They are ignoring you because they know you are wrong, and they also know there’s no point trying to educate you because you are a fanatic. You were trying to get me to question, which is the same thing as trying to stop me from getting the flu vaccine. If there is a lack of efficacy in the US, there certainly isn’t in Australia!”

      Everyone has the qualifications to question. This dogmatic statement from you adds further proof that you think that scientists and doctors are some priesthood who is above criticism. And me remarking about the efficacy of the flu vaccine is trying to get you to question? Talk about paranoia!! And, what does it say about you that you don’t question. Oh, the hilarity…

      The lack of efficacy in the flu vaccine is evident all over the world, Phil…Australia doesn’t have some magical protection from this lack of efficacy. Read the Cochrane review.

      “I will be unblocking my website. That’s a guarantee. It’s just a question of when because of the security issues – issues that do not exist on Facebook. Therefore I have a good reason. You do not. So no hypocrisy. Of course if you were to give me your present IP I could unblock it in the next 48 hours. Wonder if you would be prepared to do that?”

      Why, so you can stalk me? Yeah, no thanks.

      “Typical response from a fanatic. You only said that because you think that I think I’m better than everyone. That’s you, again. You think you know everything. No one knows everything. Not you, me or anyone else. But I do know this – I know more than you because unlike you I pay attention to the real world.”

      No Phil…you think you’re better than everyone else. I don’t claim to know everything, as well as I don’t claim to have all the answers. I only know that I don’t know. Contrast that to you, who has demonstrated that he has secret knowledge of Hannah Poling’s condition prior to her vaccination, and then we see just how hypocritical you are.

      “Cherry pick? How desperate are you? I never cherry pick. I take everything into account and balance it. That’s what an intelligent person in touch with the real world would do. You’ve shown your refusal to open your mind by not showing your evidence and not answering the questions associated with it. So out with it. Prove that I’m wrong. Come on, you think you know more than me. Back that up.”

      Sure you do, Phil…like Hannah Poling? And what evidence have you provided?

      “And you’re wrong. I told you it was an error on my part and explained the background of it – and it went in one eye and out the other. My current treating psychiatrist (get that right) has been with me for ten years. My diagnosis has not changed from 1997 to 2013, and it altered in 2013 purely because of the DSM-V from Asperger’s to Autism. There was never ever any Schizoid Disorder diagnosed – at all. Go back to what I said about the error I made and why, and stop with the Schizoid BS.”

      This is a direct quote from you. I suppose I could discount it because you’ve been so untruthful about so many things, but the evidence is there…

      Now, you must excuse me…I have a nice weekend planned with my family. It may be a few days before I get the chance to respond to any more of your insane, but hilarious, drooling rants. (Oh, I know what you’re going to return with…”YOU’RE the one who’s insane!”…you’re nothing if not childish and predictable)

  6. oldteacher says:

    This is one of the things my husband does for a living. And yes, it can be used as a form of identification, especially if there’s enough evidence (which your continued exchanges are providing me).

    What PQ didn’t tell you is that I’m an English professor. I’ll discuss that in a moment.

    No it doesn’t. That study is from America and fails because it doesn’t take into account other cultures like I said. Anyway, hackers and malware fools don’t deal in words. They deal in programs and coding. Trolls? That’s you, not me. I fight trolls.

    Essentially, what you’re implying here is that every Australian Autist writes like you. That’s quite a ridiculous claim, if I may be so bold. Stylometry takes cultural differences into account and is very effective in identifying online anonymous commenters, no matter their culture or self-identified mental condition. I use it to help discover the identities of potential childhood predators. The more one comments, the more accurate the linguistic analysis.

    That shows your education is worse than mine, and that’s bad for you because I’m a high school drop out! Dialects refer to the spoken word and the spoken word only! Not the written word!

    This is actually quite humourous considering the context. Your admitted lack of education (and your Google scholarship) somehow trumps someone who is college educated, and is married to an English professor? What’s ironic about this is that in an earlier comment, you claimed that PQ doesn’t have the qualifications to question, and yet you think that you do.

    Allow me to educate you.

    In writing, there are generally considered to be two forms of address (there’s more, actually, but for the purposes of this lesson, let’s assume this is true (we aren’t being lyricists or waxing poetic)). The more formal written address is called Composition. This is usually what we see when reading scientific research, textbooks, and many of the written assignments I give to my students. The second form (that which we are using here) is known as writing. Often, this is stream-of-thought that is written down; personal journal entries, letters to loved ones, generally informal correspondence. It’s more natural to how we actually speak in the non-digital world, so it is prone to cultural linguistics, and yes, dialects. For example, us Brits and you Aussies use colour, whereas Americans use color. Simply put, writing is the written form of speech, which is subject to the syntax, lexicon (or semantics), and graphemes (as opposed to phonemes) of the region where one was raised or taught. In other words, dialect. I could recommend a pretty good college textbook on English composition, but I feel you’ll likely need something a bit more remedial, and you would be unlikely to read it anyway considering that you think you already know everything.

    Frivolous? Really? I’ve had two wins with a third on the way in defamation lawsuits! Explain that! And if I count intervention orders (ie expanding it to all court actions) add another two! I am nothing like Best. You are closer to him, because you are just as much of a fanatic. The only difference is you don’t go as far as him. He has a closed mind. So do you. I do not.

    Congratulations! You just proved PQ’s point.

    You said you sent it to a Christian extremist group, who are so far from science and reason they might as well be from Mars! You are the one with the extremist view, not me. Extremists are fanatics and see non-extremists as dumb and don’t understand. It’s a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black. True science and those who represent it (I don’t mean me, I mean the real scientists) know who is in the right, and it’s not people like you!

    Once again, we see a bit of irony here. Firstly, as PQ mentioned, it was copied from a Christian extremist group to a site that regularly mocks Christian fundamentalists. This was a form of sociological experimentation to see if it would be considered as an extremist view. Here’s a hint; it was. Secondly, you’re the one who’s claiming that PQ is dumb and doesn’t understand. Quite humourous.

    Typical response from a fanatic. You only said that because you think that I think I’m better than everyone. That’s you, again. You think you know everything. No one knows everything. Not you, me or anyone else. But I do know this – I know more than you because unlike you I pay attention to the real world.

    Once again, you proved PQ’s point. Congratulations!

    Finally, PQ had a death in the family and won’t be able to respond for some time. I don’t have access to approve or moderate any comments that you may be making, so I ask for your patience and understanding in this difficult time.

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