Joined: May 2006
Some might have noticed the references to William Brookfield yesterday on ATBC, and the thread by John Lynch (Stranger Fruit) on PT as well.
Several people realized that his little geocite webpage could be overwhelmed by the numbers of people snorting their coffee on their keyboards while viewing it, so I made a backup for local viewing pleasure:
However, this isn't really what I want to bring to people's attention in this thread.
Instead, while perusing Lynch's thread, I noticed this posted by Wad of ID:
|This tactic is WAD's way of humiliating Brookfield without having to do it himself. He announces WB and then quietly watches the attack without raising a finger to defend. It's the same way he 'popularized' Christopher Langan (SuperIQ man who came up with a Theory of Everything) and then dropped him like a bad habit after Langan was thoroughly shredded on some pro-ID website (ARN) a few years back.|
Clever, but cold.
Posted by: wad of id | June 16, 2007 10:38 PM
so sure, there is much for William Brookfield to explain, not the least of which is what the hell the "pleasurians" are (and what bars they hang out at), and perhaps disentangle what his title: "Trans-cultural, trans-paradigmic, Cognitive Monistic, Infodynamicist, Humanist" actually means.
However, I would most importantly like to offer him this opportunity (if he isn't too busy) to come here and share his thoughts on why his buddy, William Dembski, has apparently set him up as the most recent fall-guy in a long line to draw attention away from WD40's own feux-pas.
What do YOU think?
please give this a day or so before piling on to see if William (either William, actually) is willing to share his thoughts, and if someone has direct access to him, would they please notify him this thread is available to him?
oh, and no need to notify WD; I think he installed spy cameras in the bathroom stalls long before I ever even found the bar, so he's already seen this.
*builds wall of cardboard to hold out inevitable commentary for a short time*
"And the sea will grant each man new hope..."