Oh give me an f'n break here dodge....as if you never post to invoke a reaction from Christians??? Hahahaha yeah right. What other reason would an atheist be doing on a Christian thread telling all Christians that their belief in a mythical God and Jesus, angels and satan be doing other than just what you accuse others of? Please be honest here. You would be the complete and total definition of a troll. You have absolutely no interest in Christianity nor do you have any interest in Shepherd's Chapel or Arnold Murray. You also go to the threads and argue the validity of evolution vs creationism. You have no other interest EXCEPT invoking a reaction from the posters. I can't fathom you actually accusing others of being trolls when that is what your game has been all along.
Originally Posted by dodge
As for respecting the way I post...lol You have never gotten a glimpse of my entire nature or I assure you you'd think otherwise. If I were to post what I really think of some of the posters on here I'd be banned permanately I'm quite sure. I have a bit of a history of not so savory posting on message boards when I get ****ed off. I've been to message boards in the past where there is a "clique" of people that are only interested in bashing a particular group or individual where I have defended the group/individual before. Talk about things getting out of hand and being called a troll, well you're looking at someone that is mentioned in wikipedia for being such a troll that a famous Music magazine message board was shut down because of me and um sam and a couple others. LOL So much so that when a group started up another forum for all of the posters to have a place to gather and post I was still the topic of discussion a couple of years later. I never thought for a second that I could leave such a lasting impression on a group of people, and to actually write about it in wiki as well.
So I guess you could say I'm the queen of trolls, or at least according to some....LOL
“The man who never alters his opinion is like standing water, and breeds reptiles of the mind.”
― William Blake