Intelligent Reasoning

Promoting, advancing and defending Intelligent Design via data, logic and Intelligent Reasoning and exposing the theory of evolution as the nonsense it is. I also educate evotards about ID and the theory of evolution one tard at a time and sometimes in groups

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Why has blipey been banned?

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This one is easy- Erik Pratt, aka blipey, has been banned for continually acting- well perhaps not acting- like a belligerent asshole.

Even when proven wrong using his own references he just continues to badger with his ignorance.

He is a proven liar and a proven intellectual coward.

He can go pollute other blogs and forums- his spewage fits in well with the rest of the evotardgasms spewing from atbc.

22 Comments:

  • At 3:44 PM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    Noam Chomsky : If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all.

     
  • At 6:40 PM, Blogger Zachriel said…

    Well, you can ban whomever you want, but there's still only one word in "Go".

     
  • At 7:10 PM, Blogger Thorton said…

    Joe G is just another spineless creationist. When people start making him look foolish, ban them and delete their comments.

    You're a real manly man there internet tough guy.

     
  • At 7:23 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Richtard:
    Noam Chomsky : If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all.

    I am not stopping him from expressing himself.

    Are you really that fucking retarded?

     
  • At 7:24 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Zachriel:
    Well, you can ban whomever you want, but there's still only one word in "Go"

    True, but it still ain't a sentence.

     
  • At 7:26 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    thortard:
    Joe G is just another spineless creationist.

    Said the spineless coward.

    I see you are still upset that I have exposed your ignorance again and again.

    thortard:
    When people start making him look foolish, ban them and delete their comments.

    When that happens I will be the first to admit it.

    However you have made yourself look foolish many times.

    thortard:
    You're a real manly man there internet tough guy.

    If standing up to internet wannbe bullies like you makes me a tough guy then so be it.

    The fcat remains that you are a proven liar and loser.

     
  • At 7:42 AM, Blogger Zachriel said…

    Joe G: True, but it still ain't a sentence.

    Of course it is. It's a typical imperative sentence. There's also a whole class of single-word sentences, called sentence words.

    Sentence word: Sentence words (also called word sentences) are single words that form a full sentence, such as "Alas." and "Yes." and "No.".

     
  • At 7:54 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    True, but it still ain't a sentence.

    Zachriel:
    Of course it is.

    According to the cited reference and grammer professionals it isn't a sentence.

    So on one hand we have authorities who say it isn't a sentence and on the other we have an anonymous coward saying it is.

    As far as the "sentence words" go there are understood words that go with them also.

    Stay on-topic or support your claims with valid references or fuck off.

     
  • At 7:57 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Here is the refereced cite again-

    An imperative sentence can be as short as one word, such as: "Go." Technically, a sentence must contain at least a subject and a verb, but in this case, the subject (you) is assumed and understood. (bold added)

    IOW one-word sentences are accompanied by words that are understood. They are not alone.

     
  • At 8:15 AM, Blogger Zachriel said…

    An imperative sentence can be as short as one word, such as: "Go."

    Hmm, as short as one word.

     
  • At 8:24 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Learning About Sentences

    A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense.

    Ooops a GROUP of words.

    Imperative sentences can sometimes be a little confusing. You have learned that a sentence must have a subject and a verb, but the subject in imperative sentences is often invisible!

    You lose you ignorant freak

     
  • At 8:31 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    An imperative sentence can be as short as one word, such as: "Go." Technically, a sentence must contain at least a subject and a verb, but in this case, the subject (you) is assumed and understood. (bold added)

    So Zachriel proves it is wilfully ignorant by continually ignoring the bolded part.

    Sweet...

     
  • At 8:33 AM, Blogger Zachriel said…

    Joe G: Are you really that fucking retarded?

    Joe G: The fcat remains that you are a proven liar and loser.

    Joe G: You lose you ignorant freak

    Sorry, we missed your definitive arguments above. Good luck with that.

     
  • At 8:34 AM, Blogger Zachriel said…

    Of course, if you ban blipey, you lose the only friend this blog has.

     
  • At 8:35 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Zacheriel:
    Sorry, we missed your definitive arguments above.

    Observations Zacho- those are observations supported by the evidence.

     
  • At 8:37 AM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Zachriel:
    Of course, if you ban blipey, you lose the only friend this blog has.

    Said the ignorant and anonymous coward.

    No one needs a "friend" like blipey.

     
  • At 9:45 AM, Blogger Rich Hughes said…

    This has been one of your best meltdowns, Joe. Bravo!

     
  • At 9:47 AM, Blogger oleg said…

    But Zachriel, this blog has another friend: Jim. He and Joe are teh bestest buddies.

     
  • At 12:53 PM, Blogger allanmmiller said…

    Zachriel:
    Well, you can ban whomever you want, but there's still only one word in "Go"
    JoeG
    True, but it still ain't a sentence.

    No JoeG, that was NOT your position. You argued, incessantly, that "Go" was a two word sentence. You keep citing the reference which states :
    An imperative sentence can be as short as one word, such as: "Go."
    As I understand your argument, you insist on counting the "assumed and understood" subject "you" as part of this sentence. It's a pretty hilarious argument, given your support of efficient, unambiguous communication: the omission of the subject from an imperative is the norm, and eliminates an ambiguity:
    "You duck!" would generally be considered a statement made to a coward, and only rarely an imperative, whereas "Duck!" is clearly* an imperative.
    (*You evidently don't consider sentence words to be sentences, so you would not appreciate our family joke, in which "Duck!" is both an imperative and an ejaculation. It's small and rubber, and you fling it.)

    Of course, as I pointed out in the original thread, your letter-shifting argument is refuted by sentences such as
    "Stop being such an obtuse jerk" -->
    "Top being...."

    SHe said.

     
  • At 6:28 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    allanmiller:
    As I understand your argument, you insist on counting the "assumed and understood" subject "you" as part of this sentence.

    It's not my argument it is what the references say.

    It is what the grammar professionals say.

    allanmiller:
    Of course, as I pointed out in the original thread, your letter-shifting argument is refuted by sentences such as
    "Stop being such an obtuse jerk" -->
    "Top being...."


    No it is not because you have twio different starting words- you only get one in biology

     
  • At 7:04 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    oleg:
    But Zachriel, this blog has another friend: Jim. He and Joe are teh bestest buddies.

    Not really but unlike you I do have friends...

     
  • At 7:21 PM, Blogger Joe G said…

    Richtard spews:
    This has been one of your best meltdowns, Joe. Bravo!


    Rich Hughes is so concerned for blipey it brought a song to my head:

    "Muskrat blipey, muskrat Rich
    Rich says to blipey come and be my bitch
    And they shimmy
    blipey's so skinny"

    "And they whirled and they twirled and they tangoed
    Singin' and jingin' the jango
    Floatin' like the heavens above
    It looks like muskrat love"

     

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