Another post unapproved/deleted?

I see my latest reply at Sirius Knott’s blog has not shown up. As s/he has since replied to others in the same thread, I’m assuming it was unapproved or was deleted so it would not show up.

From what I can recall, I basically asked Sirius why s/he was so rude in their replies (after all, how does one expect to win converts that way). Seriously, that is an issue that bothers me. This only serves to make your religion look bad since you are, after all, a representative of that viewpoint.

I also pointed out to Sirius the names of several scientists who have done experiments similar to the Miller-Urey one using different conditions–in case Sirius did actually feel like researching, something s/he always tells others to do (but seems to fail to do themself).

There was much more, but I can hardly remember it now. Oh well. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. It’s not the first time something like this has happened.


12 Responses to “Another post unapproved/deleted?”

  1. Generally speaking, I set the tone of any replies by the tone the original author uses with me. Since Mr. Knott acts like a complete dick, I see no reason not to reply in kind. You don’t always have to be polite, it’s just a good guiding principle 😉

  2. Thanks for your assessment. I assume you’re an authority in the area of complete d*cks. It’s my experience that you guys are never polite.

    The reason your post got deleted was that it was:

    1. Poorly [and shrilly] written

    2. Included more oof-topic insults than actual discussion

    3. Repeated the same objections as before without consideration for what I’d already written on the subject. [Simply bleating the same things like a broken record no matter what the other guy says generally proves you aren’t really interested in what the other guy has to say. If that’s the case, kindly stay off my blog. I’m only interested in actuall discussion, which is a two-way street.]

    4. It’s my blog.

    Now you can print this rebuttal or delete it, whichever. I’m sure deleting it out-of-hand would fall in line with your concept of replying in kind [Oh, we used to call that an eye for an eye.] and at least give you some measure of satisfaction. It would also make you a hypocrite since you seem to believe that any submission demands approval by virtue of being submitted at all.

    But at least YOU will know where I stand.

    –Sirius KNott

  3. Sirius–

    Of course it’s easy to come here and say all those things to the general public WITHOUT POSTING MY COMMENT.

    For someone who preaches about “go do some research” I find it amusing that you won’t do the same yourself and that you delete replies containing more information for yourself and others to actually go and research.

    If you feel so threatened as to treat actual questions I was hoping you could answer as objections, then I guess I’ll just have to take those questions elsewhere to someone who can, hopefully, actually answer them.

    You’re doing a grave disservice to Christianity by portraying yourself in this light.


  4. Sirius-

    Who were you actually talking to in your reply, me or airtightnoodle? I never complained about any comment not getting posted. (Although I haven’t checked – maybe you’ve also screened my comment as well? Man, you’re not looking good here).

    For those of you who are following along at home (or, you know…anywhere else with an internet connection), Mr. Knutts (sorry, Knotts) posted the following on his blog:

    Has anyone else noticed this somewhat endearing trend amongst the mental midgitry known as atheists and evolutionists? Whenever they’re boxed into a corner and can’t answer a bleeding argument, they nearly immediately invoke some sort of “super-atheist,” some sort of fundie neoDarwin apologist, some member of the oft-described “better/smarter men than I” club.

    Oof. I particularly like the ‘mental midgitry’ part. Can I get a ‘dick’ with that?

  5. Stacy S. Says:

    Mr. Sirius seems rather dishonest for a christian, doesn’t he?

  6. intelligentscience Says:

    So Christians are supposed to be less dishonest then everyone else?

  7. Stacy S. Says:

    Ummm … yes!!

    Exodus 20:16
    Thou shalt not bear false witness.

    Revelation 21:8
    All iars shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone.

  8. intelligentscience Says:


    And the Ten Commandments don’t apply to you?

    You’ve never lied? Or broken any of the other Ten Commandment?
    Revelation 21:8 doesn’t apply to you?

    John 8:7 “But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger. When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her.”

    Or him, as the case may be.

  9. Stacy S. Says:

    My parents are the one’s that instilled values in me – not the 10 commandments. They are un-necessary as far as I’m concerned. But I would think that if one were a true Christian, they would be frightened as “all get out” if they broke one of them.

  10. Stacy

    My question was not, “where did your morals come from?”, my question was “The Ten Commandments don’t apply to you?”

    Also, “you’ve never lied?”

    Please answer the question instead of creating a straw man out of it.

    But after your post I would like to ask you another question…

    If your parents taught you that raping little boys was ok, would that be a part of your “instilled” values?

    Also, where did your parents get their values?

  11. Stacy S. Says:

    Of course I have lied … anyone older than 2 has lied. The difference is, I’m not afraid of burning in a lake of fire. As for the rest of your comment, my personal life is none of your concern …I was trying to make a point and believe I have. End of discussion.

  12. Stacy

    My last two questions had nothing to do with your personal life at all. But if you don’t have an answer to them, then your exit makes sense.

    I was trying to slowly show you how illogical your “my parents gave me my morals” statement is but I guess you are only interested making your attacks on Christians and moving on.

    “I’m not afraid of burning in a lake of fire.”

    Actually Stacy, Christians are no longer afraid of Hell because Jesus Christ gave His life for us, so that we may escape God’s wrath. Because of your admitted lies, and every other of the Ten Commandments you know you’ve broken, God’s wrath is still upon you. Perhaps you SHOULD be a bit more afraid of burning in a lake of fire.

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