angelweave
Comments: My First Endorsement

Ah, Jade Gold, professional troll and MacDiva impersonator. Consider yourself blessed to be attacked by such a font of wisdom.

Posted by Matthew at October 14, 2003 07:56 PM

Your new friend's other recent subject appears to be accusing John Cole of considering Clinton worse than McVeigh, despite clear evidence to the contrary.

Posted by hans at October 14, 2003 09:13 PM

You've been trolled! I'm so jealous.

Posted by physics geek at October 15, 2003 08:43 AM

She's just garden variety. Perhaps you should check out her ego-stroking.

"Possessing a rare combination of wisdom and humility, while serenely dominating your environment you selflessly use your powers to care for others."

She doesn't advance arguments or even talk about what she thinks. She just points out how evil and degraded everyone else is.

No comments and no original posts. Yeah - she's a real winner.

Posted by TheYeti at October 15, 2003 11:32 AM

First, ditto physics geek.

Second, I think this would make a *marvelous* pull-quote:

"a shining example of the Great American Success Story"

Posted by Harvey at October 15, 2003 11:47 AM

On a serious note, I have found that an accurate judge of the strength of a person's argument can be made based upon how much of it can be taken literally. This is because if someone is making a serious, intellectual attack, it will be stated concisely and precisely with terms that are easily understood.

Tell me, at any point in your life, have you been followed about by a team of circus folk with nets, pillows, and other safety accoutrements? And tell me, have you ever found yourself without obligation to actually lift a finger to your own benefit?

I dare say that this is not the case... yet, Jade appears to know better than you.

I wish Jade would troll me. What are they called? Strawmen?

Color me jealous. Good job!

Posted by Trey Givens at October 15, 2003 06:39 PM

Put yourself in JadeGold's shoes. Its own existence poses a contradiction.

Jade, a precious stone.

Gold, a precious metal.

How do you reconcile your two disparate precious natures into a single individual?

It's not as easy for others as it seems to be for you, my dear.

Posted by Brian J. at October 15, 2003 08:42 PM