Mark Buttler, the hyperactive yet blogless commentor who first infected the Metaphysical Mormon some months back, and then moved on to Kewl Noo Thingamablog, and has now turned into a pox of Biblical proportions on the entire Naccle, has stated in a deleted comment (Mark says, "Curses on you liberal wacko administrators for censoring the most orthodox, intelligent, well-reasoned voice of truth on the planet") on Aaron B. Cox's Spinozaquest he is going to start his own blog when he gets around to it (he is entirely too busy writing comments on every blog in the Nacle to spend 5 minutes registering his own blog).

There is no question in my mind that once Buttler starts his blog, it will be a Bizarro version of the Bloggernacle where DKL and he enter into lengthy philosophical debates that have nothing to do with anything other than showing how smart they are.

Hey, but at least when he starts his own blog, then that will save all of the blog administrators from having to delete all his comments or reading through the dozens of essays sitting in the comment queue that he posted to your blog while you were eating lunch, going to the bathroom or sleeping.


Anonymous said... @ August 9, 2006 at 5:36 AM

"that have nothing to do with anything other than showing how smart they are." I would make one small change: insert "think" between "they" and "are."

Anonymous said... @ August 9, 2006 at 10:34 AM

Kontentious Kurt was in top form on Aaron B.'s thread.

Kontentious Kurt said... @ August 9, 2006 at 11:46 AM

If there was a problem yo I'll solve it.

Christian Y. Cardall said... @ August 9, 2006 at 12:06 PM

(Sigh) this shows the hazards of deleting comments. Now people cannot see the exchange as it originally happened. Sorry, everyone.

For the sake of nipping a truly out-of-left-field acrimonious personal discussion in the bud and making sure my word meant something, I felt I had to delete two comments that followed my warning. Then Mark asked me to remove the whole thing since he now did not have a chance to respond to anon and Kurt. I granted his request, with some reluctance. As any movie about time travel, and now the unanchored nature of this post, will show you, messing with the past creates difficulties of its own.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ August 9, 2006 at 12:14 PM

Don't worry about it, Aaron. Just wait until the Buttlernacle is in full swing and Mark hypocritically deletes everything that either he doesn't personally author or fails to brown nose him.

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