GeoffJ, one of the Bloggernacle elite who administers the Mormon Archipelago, has been so concerned about the DAMU storming the gates of the Nacle he has suspended blogs from the MoArch listing. Take the brouhaha over MormonStories.org and a similar flap over Zelophehad's Daughters (sorry, no link, unlike Dehlin, they kept the temporary delisting quiet). Both were suspended because of heavy DAMU commenting activity, and Geoff wanted to kick MormonStories.org off permanently, but the rest of the MoArch Bored of Directors didn't agree with him so they let them back on. But, now that MoSto has been resurrected, guess who is no longer part of the MoArch?

But, lo, and behold! His own blog is now a gathering place for non-mormon Nacle trolls like Aaron, who runs the MormonWiki.org anti-mormon site and Todd, a Baptist preacher who runs a blog that critiques Mormonism based on Nacle content. You see, Geoff has got himself quite the collection of speculating blowhards, which creates the perfect conditions for grazing anti-mormons looking for blatant examples of goofy doctrine to point their fingers at.

According to GeoffJ's own rules of banishment from the MoArch, he had better suspend his own blog to keep the vile hordes from overrunning the pure Zion community of the Bloggernacle. Right? Or do the rules not apply to him?


Anonymous said... @ January 11, 2007 at 10:51 AM

Uh, what's DAMU?

Anonymous said... @ January 11, 2007 at 10:54 AM

the DisAffected Mormon Underground. Post-mormons and Ex-mormons. People who are hostile to the LDS Church, for a variety of reasons.

Anonymous said... @ January 11, 2007 at 11:34 AM

They're kinda like anti-Mormon light. Same bad attittude, but somehow less satisfying.

Seth R.

Jack "Marlboro Man" Mormon said... @ January 11, 2007 at 12:50 PM

Geoff must have been part of the DAMU in one of his multiple-mormon probations he is always talking about.

I, for one, am a member of the disEffected Marlboro Underground. I recently switched to Winston's, thank you very much!

Anonymous said... @ January 11, 2007 at 3:13 PM

Wow, not having a funny day huh?

Todd Wood said... @ January 12, 2007 at 9:29 AM

This is a very interesting blog. Seth, who is who, here?

I read through all the links. DAMU? Wow.

And SnarkleNacle, I asked my wife last night if I was troll. She said, "You are one only part of the time." :)

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 13, 2007 at 7:50 AM

Then we call your wife as Witness for the Prosecution.

Todd, seriously, quoting people in the Bloggernacle to support your anti-mormon views is silly. And the goofballs at New Cool Thang are the biggest collection of speculating ignoramuses on the Bloggernacle.

todd wood said... @ January 15, 2007 at 11:24 AM

What is the objective proof that you are not waddling in the murk of speculation?

Do you establish your authority by calling people ignoramuses?

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 16, 2007 at 7:21 PM


Like you even care about objective evidence.

What makes a person an ignoramus is the what they act. No authority needed on that, just an easy observation.

Todd Wood said... @ January 17, 2007 at 12:07 PM

Snarkimus Prime wrote: "Like you even care about objective evidence."

Start typing. I am highly interested in what book or blog you think lays out religious truth for the reading public.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 19, 2007 at 9:44 AM


Oh, without question, the absolute most authoritative and objective source of truth with a capital T is the http://heartissuesforlds.wordpress.com/ blog, it is so good, and authoritative, objective, scholarly and well, inspired. I suggest you start there. I am sure you will enjoy it.

todd wood said... @ January 20, 2007 at 10:20 AM

thanks for the humor this morning, snarkimus, but I am thinking of a much better source.

you still haven't answered my question.

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