So Mikey,One of the things that I noticed is for a guy who claims to have all the winning answers, backed up by stats, of course, these are pretty shabby victories to spend so much time winning. But win he did. I refused to answer many many questions, I began deleting comments again, and now, the biggest victory of all, I'm putting back the comment moderation function.
No comment on why you owned guns?
Was it to avoid fights or to use the firearms in fights?
Did you illegally carry them?
Come on, talk to us. Unless you've murdered someone, the statute of limitations is up.
Just why did you go through the trouble of breaking the law to own firearms?
Another thing is that, without comparing IP addresses, this guy's style is very familiar. I'm banned from his blog, as I am from many others. Of course they can explain it till you're blue in the face, but I find it truly amusing that these self-proclaimed supporters of freedom and rights ban people from their blogs and engage in campaigns to get others to do so as well.
If you're interested you can look at the old and new Commenting Policies. My way of handling it will be more or less the same. Back then I remember another campaign was waged against me by this same character and a few of his friends. That was the "child pornography" one, which came in the form of scores of seemingly innocent suggestions that I'm responsible for child porn, if gun owners are responsible for gun crime, which I sometimes argue. After a while it began to seem they were trying to smear my name by associating it over and over again day after day with that most abhorred crime against children. When that became abundantly clear, I started moderating for the first time.
So, here we go again. If you think I've mistakenly rejected a comment please resend it or shoot me an e-mail.
Of course you're more than welcome to comment on this post too.