Ron Rosenbaum, Writer

May 22, 2009

Thank you, Thank you!

Filed under: Uncategorized — ronrosenbaumwriter @ 5:34 pm

Thank you, cowardly anonymous commenters for so perfectly proving my point about your thuggish and abusive and yet oh-so-timid nature. More than anything it’s clear you can dish it out, but you can’t take it. So many of you act like little playground crybabies when you’re the target of criticism, SO upset that your self-evident cowardice is being exposed. It made me laugh over and over again.

By the way some of you seem to have reading comprehension difficulties as well and missed the point that it is the hostile abusive commenters whose anonymity I was calling cowardly –  not the ordinary commenter who disagrees. Talk back all you want but don’t be so infantile and timid that you won’t use your own name when you’re sounding so bold and brave and bullying.

And in addition many seemed to have trouble grasping the concept that I already put my name behind my opinions, I already “practice what I preach”. All I’m asking you cowardly bullies to do is to have the courage to put your name behind your opinions. Of course, since so many of you are so fearful of the very idea, it’s more than likely you’d falsify your names, and so I threw out the idea that one way of verifying your identity would be including a phone number, not to be published, but so that the idea of random checks would inhibit you from smuggling in your frothings under someone else’s real name. Believe me I have no desire to talk to you on the phone. As it is I see little characterological difference between anonymous commenter abusers and the anonymous phone call perverts.

And speaking of character, I have to admit I didn’t think my already low opinion of the anonymous commenter coward could sink any lower until I realized there were actual pro-Nazi anti-Semites among you. Here’s an example. Tell me are you proud to be associated with this commenter:

Submitted on 2009/05/19 at 5:27am

“I know your name. Callate la boca.

Ihr name ist Jud Süss, ein mitglied der Ewige Jude.

Sie sind ein Troll, schweinehunde. Ihre vorfahren leider entkam Eichmann”.

How many of you are going to write in to dissociate yourselves from this Eichmann-lover (and he–or she–isn’t the only one). How any of your are going to wonder how it feels being in such close communion with a sicko like that. Why is he on your side? Why are you on his side?

I haven’t gotten through all the comments,so this is my first reaction to a sampling. I’m enjoying the dish it out/can’t take it responses so much it will take me a while and I reserve, as I’ve repeatedly said on this blog, the right not to post abusive, bigoted comments especially when they are (as they almost always are) cowardly anonymous spittle flecked effusions. But be patient, I could feature yours in my next post on the subject.

Thanks also for demonstrating what profiles in courage you are, those of you who are afraid of attaching your name to your insults because someone in your business or your neighborhood might identify you. I wonder what would happen if you all stood up for yourself and showed you were proud of your views rather than crouched in dark corners throwing spitballs and then ducking behind the cupboard. You know the famous saying of Patrick Henry*: I guess for you it’s “Give me liberty or give me a witless screen name I can hide behind.” Anyway, anyone who doesn’t have the self-respect to put his name behind his abusive insults, is, and always will be, a coward in my book.



  1. You still won’t debate any substantial points raised by your commenters — just sneer at them from your posts.

    You’re the coward, trying to live in the old ivory tower of the one-way mainstream media. A dinosaur mocking the petty upstart mammals.

    It is enjoyable to watch your establishment crash and burn.

    Comment by Evil Pundit — May 22, 2009 @ 6:39 pm | Reply

  2. There’s a big wide world out there. Perhaps we could all change the subject? Barack in Egypt, Westminster expenses, auto meltdown, China=Brazil currency deal, fire Pelosi, is Obama embarassed by Biden, bats in “The New Yorker”, Dylan’s 68th and new album, Bloomy flu, Paki nukes, sultans of Swat, goodbye newspapers, hello inflation, will Cheney collapse on tour, Bill Clinton to Supreme Court?, Panetta going native at Langley, new Dow bubble, lemur link, goodbye Times

    Comment by charlie finch — May 22, 2009 @ 7:38 pm | Reply

  3. Don’t you mean Patrick Henry?

    Comment by evan g — May 22, 2009 @ 8:02 pm | Reply

  4. Ron, what about the thread of commenters who suggest that screen names operate as a filter — we can still be easily connected as actual people to our actual opinions, but may not want our on-line opinionating to be the first thing people learn about us?

    There is, in my view, a big difference between wanting to have a filter, a bit of control of the nozzle on the firehose that is the internet, and wanting to have a wall over which one can throw nameless firebombs in witless anger.

    I think there’s a big, big difference between that desire to have a bit of control over circumstance and Anonymnauts who fling Jud Suss and other pieces of monkey poo around with abandon. It just doesn’t seem to be a fine, subtle distinction.

    Comment by Jeff — May 22, 2009 @ 8:20 pm | Reply

  5. “My theory is that it’s not the politics but the anonymity that is the cause o the devolution.”

    I have long argued that the host of a blog should demand the names of all posters. They can remain anonymous to the world—but not to the blogger. I use my real name, but I can readily understand why others don’t. Sometimes it can hurt them professionally.

    “Why is he on your side? Why are you on his side?”

    I speak only for myself. The United States had to ally itself with the Soviet Union during WWII. Sometimes these awkward relationships are required. The trick is knowing when to draw the line. I also agree with Adolph Hitler about not smoking and being nice to dogs. It would not be sensible to start smoking four packs of cigarettes daily and torturing puppies to prove that I’m not a Nazi.

    Comment by David Thomson — May 23, 2009 @ 10:08 am | Reply

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  7. This is ridiculous. Why the hell is this boar of a man allowed to write articles on this site? It’s turning into the Huffington Post or Daily Kos. What’s next? Are you going to write articles encouraging Republicans to steal Obama yard signs next election or invite a senior Al Queda leader to weigh-in on what he thinks about our foreign policy? One of the great things I admired about conservative blogs is that they didn’t hire sensationalist nutjobs who are the political equivalent of Perez Hilton to write “drama articles” to spice things up and attract the “younger” viewers. If I wanted to see that kind of garbage I’d visit one of those trash sites. Please don’t allow Pajamas Media to turn into a tabloid conservative blog. Fire this bafoon or we’ll stop visiting. Please don’t make the mistake of tolerating these “troll” writers because you think they’ll increase vistors to your site. You’d be destroying an extremely amazing conservative blog and resource.

    Comment by Blackwater — May 24, 2009 @ 2:28 am | Reply

  8. Wow… you ought to seriously think about taking a vacation, Mr. Rosenbaum. Before you snap completely. (Not even a shred of sarcasm in this, either.)

    Comment by Emma — May 24, 2009 @ 2:37 am | Reply

  9. After looking through Ron’s articles it seems that he was hired for “diversity” purposes to express the liberal point of view. I don’t have a problem with Pajamas Media hosting liberal writers in the name of balance and open-mindedness but this liberal is just ridiculous. I almost want him to stay now so he can fulfill the perfect caricature of the deranged liberal. It’s like the old saying goes: “I fully support Neo-Nazis rights to free speech. They’ll only further prove how crazy they are.” So I’ve now changed my mind and fully support keeping this liberal nutter on board here at Pajamas Media. Enjoy your stay! I even have a tip for the topic of your next article: “Anal sex and why you should try it with members of your own gender – a progressives perspective.”

    Comment by Blackwater — May 24, 2009 @ 2:47 am | Reply

  10. This weird joker, hiding away as he is behind that mess of hair all over all sides and on the bottom of his head, may not be the best Don Quixote his “side” might have tilt at the New Media’s unassailable superiority over the old.

    And, because he has always insisted that I go to his page to read his ostensibly PJM-posted rantings, I’ve tended to give him a miss. As I give a miss to every other of the ludicrous Left’s buggy-whip-media morons: to every Peter Rather, Ted Jennings and Dan Koppel-like propagandist, polemicist and pamphleteer.

    But today something about his ridiculous assertion about anonymity turning free expression into digital lynch mobs caught my eye.

    And I exposed myself a bit of his pathetic projectile projection of the fasciSSocialist psychopathology. Even read at it, that is. Until he got to the part about some modified Marxist lover of the modified Marxist, Eichmann and I being on the “same side.”

    And there — and for all of time — I quit.

    For notwithstanding he cannot stand to see his own projected psychopathology mirrored in his eMail — and needs scapegoats for how that makes him feel — no Goebbelsesque modified-Marxist propagandist and pamphleteer for the self-and-own-culture-loathing mobbed-up Mussolini-modeled modified Marxist murtadd Muslim sinister Soros-supported and Alinsky/Svengali-operated empty-galabia glove-puppet fuhrer: — for he, that is, of the hoards of thugs and army of brown-shirt supporters, who currently so squalidly besquats and bemanures my America’s once most hallowed house; — will ever have my permission to pick my team’s members.

    So, Herr Rosenbaum, PJM’s answer to TownHall’s as-execrable Kathleen Parker: Get lost!

    (And, as about 30 seconds with the Los Angeles County/California State voters register will confirm, there’s nothing anonymous about me!)

    Brian Richard Allen
    Los Angeles – Califobambicated 90028
    And the Far Abroad

    Comment by Brian Richard Allen — May 24, 2009 @ 3:30 am | Reply

  11. I suppose we’re to believe that this wasn’t a foregone conclusion given the tenor of the initial post?


    Comment by Rashputin — May 24, 2009 @ 4:20 am | Reply

  12. Ron, I appreciate your sentiments but these losers are not worth your time. Like Jesus said, “The trolls will always be with us. Drive on.”

    Comment by Gary Ogletree — May 24, 2009 @ 4:59 am | Reply

  13. Mr. Rosenbaum:
    “Thank you, cowardly anonymous commenters for so perfectly proving my point about your thuggish and abusive and yet oh-so-timid nature.”

    You trolled your commeneters and you got flamed for it.

    That was your point?

    I have to agree with Rashputin…what did you expect?

    “Cumulatively from the comments I elicited, self defined conservatives are a sea of savages without values, literacy, and especially without a sense of responsibility. Sone of them admitted to wanting to commit criminal acts against me. By the way, my attack on anonymous cowards in the commentariat extended to the commenters on liberal blogs as well.”

    Gee, Ron, thanks for being so fair-minded about it…in the 10th freaking paragraph!

    Go “troll conservative” on a Liberal blog for an equal amount of time and see how many death threats you collect.
    Go on.

    “How many of you are going to write in to dissociate yourselves from this Eichmann-lover (and he–or she–isn’t the only one). How any of your are going to wonder how it feels being in such close communion with a sicko like that.”

    Miamaman decided to take a swat at your heritage rather than your opinions, and did it in a way that’s beyond the pale.
    I’d say congratulations to you for unmasking an anti-semite, only I’ve been around the internet long enough to have run across “screen Nazis” who were actually nice Jewish kids doing some “false-flagging” for the ADL.

    So I wouldn’t “sack-dance” too much until you establish that this chap isn’t one such.

    “Then there’s the conservative belief in the “values” of civilization and not “defining deviance down”.”

    Do you know how an Einsatzgruppe worked, Ron?

    In all likelihood, after the first few guys started shooting, the rest found it easier to go along, then everyone got into the swing of things, and then executing innocent people became the new “normal”.

    Without outside influence, the only way to stop that from happening would be for enough of the “in-group”, (that would be the guys in uniform with the rifles), to call out the shooters as the murderers that they were.

    The commander wouldn’t do it, since he had a vested interest in the executions proceeding as planned, and we can probably safely assumed that the targets would register their own objections. But both the commander and the victims were outsiders, and civility could and can only be enforced by the in-group.

    So I’ll take a pass at joining YOUR firing squad against Miamaman, because I also will not be joining HIS einsatzgruppe against you, see?
    If I’m shooting anyone, it will be for my own personal reasons.

    “Why is he on your side? Why are you on his side?”

    What “side” is he on? He or she is an anonymous commenter on a blog, f’Chrissakes!

    For that matter, what “side” are YOU on as a Leftist? Are you out there marching against the IDF’s operations against Hamas and Hezbollah?

    Probably not…you’re just a commenter on a blog, too.

    Neither of you are on “my side”. I don’t like what I know of his politics, and I don’t much like what I know of yours.

    The only “side” we all share is that we’re all internet @ssholes.

    Welcome to the club…coffee pot’s in the corner.

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 24, 2009 @ 5:46 am | Reply

  14. “Cumulatively from the comments I elicited, self defined conservatives are a sea of savages without values, literacy, and especially without a sense of responsibility. Sone of them admitted to wanting to commit criminal acts against me.”

    ‘Sone’ of them?

    Ya lost me, Pally.

    I’m with Emma. You need a vacation, dude!

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:03 am | Reply

  15. Maybe Ron is Vivo, Sheesh, The Shadow, David S. Et Al. LOL! This could explain a lot. rotfl

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:06 am | Reply

  16. Don’t you mean Patrick Henry?

    Shhhh. Thomas Paine is his pseudonym.

    And in addition many seemed to have trouble grasping the concept that I already put my name behind my opinions, I already “practice what I preach”.

    As soon as Pajamas Media starts paying me for my comments like you get paid for your posts, I’ll put my name on them. This is a stupid hangup you have. If some stranger starts taunting you in a bar, do you demand to know his name first? Do you scream back at him, “I’m Ron Rosenbaum and you’re a coward for not telling me your name!”?

    Comment by mishu — May 24, 2009 @ 7:18 am | Reply

  17. 16. mishu:

    “Don’t you mean Patrick Henry?

    Shhhh. Thomas Paine is his pseudonym.”

    Hoof Arted?

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:25 am | Reply

  18. Ron, you are one of history’s great men, and one of the bravest ever known. Phew! Now that we got that out of the way.

    At the risk of proving some sort of point in what I suspect is a disorganized & possibly hysterical mind, don’t wet yourself Ron I said possibly, your language and reasoning are at least as bad as that which you fault.

    I take it that you haven’t indulged in the left wing sites. If you wish too observe filth up close I suggest you do so.
    And for a brave fellow like yourself it is curious that you don’t respond to any,repeat any, of the posts that answer you.
    It is also quite dull of you to equate all bloggers together, as being equally abusive. A normal human mind is designed to make distinctions, to note differences. It appears you lack this basic human facility.

    I’ll cut it short, time is limited on lost causes. But Ron I assume you have access to the E mail address we are required to list, you being a contributor to the site. So again, and in the spirit of the bravery you so much admire, I invite you to e mail me directly .
    Not afraid are you Ron?

    Comment by johnt — May 24, 2009 @ 8:06 am | Reply

  19. What a puerile display of temperment, Mr. Rosenbaum.

    Comment by Lucy — May 24, 2009 @ 8:14 am | Reply

  20. Ever done stand-up comedy? Handling hecklers with grace and style becomes high art. Those who do it well manage to calm and even put the heckler in his place…those who don’t end up leaving the stage or yelling profanities and losing one’s cool.

    Google search: michael richards racist

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:19 am | Reply

  21. If I did not think that the overwhelming close minded liberal establishment within the acting community would hold my conservative opinions against me, I would use my full name. However, as you might know, to be a conservative in the arts is career suicide. If liberals had any tolerance whatsoever for an opposing view this point would be moot.

    Comment by Bryan — May 24, 2009 @ 8:29 am | Reply

  22. Apparently irony is lost on some of those who immediately leave sneering anonymous comments! I must note that this is not a trait of conservatives nut jobs alone; surely you must realize that Daily Kos and DU have their share. I consider myself a conservative, but agree completely with you on this point. we cannot ever address teh problems of the day if the two opposing views treat each other as heretics who must be burned at the stake instead of converted on the merits of the opposing view.

    Comment by Paul Gross — May 24, 2009 @ 8:45 am | Reply

  23. Am I proud to be associated with pro-Nazi commentators? Why am I being associated with him/her? Aren’t we all entitled to our own opinions here? It’s presumptuous to lump everyone together under a conservative umbrella. You claim non-conservative status like it’s a badge of honor. Why not allow others here to classify themselves also?You are proving yourself to be no different than liberal posters here than label all Republicans bible belters, Christian, neo-cons, etc, etc, etc.

    As to why most of us continue to use monikers and not real names, you are doing this as your job, most of us have other livelihoods that aren’t as forgiving of our opinions as yours. Smugness has never been a quality I’ve admired in journalists.

    Comment by AThinkingPerson — May 24, 2009 @ 9:01 am | Reply

  24. What a schlemiel. And yes, I would say that to Ron’s face.

    Comment by Fantom — May 24, 2009 @ 9:03 am | Reply

  25. I’m still trying to figure out how ‘MiamiMan’ got your email in the first place? Did I miss something?

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 9:31 am | Reply

  26. 22.paul gross”we cannot ever address teh problems of the day if the two opposing views treat each other as heretics who must be burned at the stake instead of converted on the merits of the opposing view.”

    agreed. i first started posting on the internet three weeks ago,hoping to get some answers from people who could explain the current administrations policies(talking to bho supporters i knew personaly,got zilch)…lurking on their wesites got me nothing,(they don’t seem to know,either).it has been huge waste of time so far,with few exceptions.they don’t have any answers….they’re just scared,confused and very defensive.

    Comment by shaui-jan — May 24, 2009 @ 9:40 am | Reply

  27. Wow.

    Stupid, stupid, stupid me.

    Oh, well.

    We now know things about Mr. Rosenbaum that we didn’t know before.

    Comment by Meryl — May 24, 2009 @ 9:56 am | Reply

  28. “8. Emma:
    Wow… you ought to seriously think about taking a vacation, Mr. Rosenbaum. Before you snap completely. (Not even a shred of sarcasm in this, either.)”

    To late. LOL.

    Talk about spitle flyin’, just scanning Ron’s fit was illuminating on the lefts duplicity…. again. Complaining, no…. whining about getting a dose of what the left dish’s out regulary.

    Deal with it Ron.. we are fed up with you leftist and are bringing the same tactics you use, back to you.

    Personally I quite reading the writing of this leftists loon after about the first article of it’s I read. We get enough of his garbage on the lefts media. I only stop in to check the comments and enjoy the justly and robustly deserved schadenfreude of the Ron types.

    Comment by Fantom — May 24, 2009 @ 10:01 am | Reply

  29. Can I share an uplifting story? Like ta hear it? Hear it go!

    Well, yesterday I was feeling uber isolated since my husband has been having to work every day just to make ends meet and my only child being gone too makes my lonliness especially painful. So, I was looking through one of my drawers and found the post-card from my next door neighbor I had saved.

    It reads:

    Dear Angel, Shalom!

    It’s me, Sharon. I’m in Israel. This is where I live overseas at Papa’s house. I forgot to ask you to take all of the plums and apples you want! There ar also some raspberries and rhubarb in the garden. You are in my prayers and I hope to see you when I get home. You are a very lovely Angel. Thank you. Love, Sharon. P.s. This is where Jesus walked on water!

    I read and re-read that and decided to ask her to come over and visit me for tea. Boy, did we have a blast! This adorable Christian Jewish woman is my new BFF! WHOOT! I gave her a ‘make-over’ in my bathroom even. LOL! We had so much fun. She’s much older than I but we are like to school-girls together. We both laughed over the fact that we’ve been neighbors for well over 15 years and it took us this long to get connected. 😆

    So, there’s my positive story for the day.

    Reach out to those around you.

    I’m bringing her some raw honey and the rest of her Dead Sea water she shared with me so I gotta ski-daddle.

    Love & Light,

    Angel AKA Delia =0)

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  30. Pardon my numerous typos btw. When I’m feeling happy and uplifted I tend to do that. 😛

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 10:06 am | Reply

  31. 29 Delia. Well, thank you! That was a lovely off-topic breath of fresh air! Enjoy the rhubarb. I’m about to gather my first crop as well!

    Comment by Meryl — May 24, 2009 @ 10:13 am | Reply

  32. Wow…clearly I’ve missed some good action over the last couple weeks…I would say I have some liberal values, but am probably more conservative…I find alot of liberals offensive given their misdirection style of communication i.e. always changing the context of any question asked…(Barney Frank comes to mind). I always thought journalists and the like(politicians?) couldn’t handle the rigor and of a math science curriculum, and am constantly reinforced in this opinion, when I see the gamesman like use of language in their work. I have come to the belief that true liberals aren’t really liberals, and those that hit this site are just baiting. Maybe that’s what Ron experienced from the ‘other side’. As for today’s jouranlists, it seems that everything is either black or white. Kind of like the position on global warming…it’s either CO2 or it’s not. Nothing is that simple. We just make it that way to feel we understand it.

    Comment by Bear — May 24, 2009 @ 10:28 am | Reply

  33. Hey, coward! Read this.

    Comment by Evil Pundit — May 24, 2009 @ 10:51 am | Reply

  34. Dear Ron,

    Your response to the commenters responses did not include anything about the safety issue.

    It’s fairly easy to ferret out information about people via google and other search engines. Common sense tells me it isn’t a good idea to put my real name on my responses. I don’t want to be cyber stalked or bullied by someone who disagrees with me.

    Not only that, but I am offering my wise judgement and opinion for free. When I start getting paid to write, THEN I’ll include my name so that it can be clearly written on my paycheck.

    I think a healthy dose of paranoia is a good idea, under the right circumstances. And posting my real name is one of those circumstances.

    Thank you for letting me offer my two cents,

    M. Chavis <—- my real last name … once.

    Comment by Moogie — May 24, 2009 @ 11:01 am | Reply

  35. Update: My New BFF next door neighbor is having me over for lunch today on her patio. She was so happy, she had a twinkle in her eye and shey said, “My husband said I looked beautiful, he hasn’t said that in years.” Awwww. I’m all verklempt!

    I asked if I could bring anything for lunch and she said, “just you!” but, I’m making some homemade bread anyway. LOL

    I’m so happy. 🙂

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  36. -And, I know I’m off-topic but, Ron has graciously allowed me to go un-moderated, so I figured I’d share something positive.

    Negativity breeds negativity.

    Smile, People! SMILE!

    Our country might be going through some terrible shiz-nit but we are still the best Country on earth. Let’s hope we can keep it that way.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 11:06 am | Reply

  37. Hey, Delia, thanks for your story!

    We commenters might as well talk with each other, since Ron is too scared to talk with us.

    Comment by Evil Pundit — May 24, 2009 @ 11:09 am | Reply

  38. Wow! Now that was not worth reading – a temper-tantrum thrown at a class of people for the actions for a few. What an emotional meltdown…

    I’m sorry I took the time to write a thoughtful reply to your first attention grabbing post: here.

    Ron Rosenbaum huh? I’ll make sure to never take you seriously enough to read you again.

    Bill Carson
    Key Largo, FL

    Comment by Bill Carson — May 24, 2009 @ 11:11 am | Reply

  39. 38. Bill Carson

    “I’ll make sure to never take you seriously enough to read you again.”

    I concur.

    Angel Barnett

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 11:45 am | Reply

  40. Mr. Rosenbaum:

    You know, “Glenn Jericho” over at Hot Air is right…you DO bear a strong resemblance to Danny Bonaduce.

    If you see Mr. Bonaduce, tell him I enjoy his work.

    Unless you really ARE Danny Bonaduce, and “Ron Rosenbaum” is just a pseudonym to maintain your anonymity.

    I’d totally understand, who would buy a book about Hitler written by the actor who played “Danny Partridge”?
    …as unfair as that might be.

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 24, 2009 @ 11:46 am | Reply

  41. A few scattered thoughts in passing…

    It is interesting to see a columnist trolling for comments.

    If it works for Sullivan, eh…

    If the point is to expose the inanity of idealogues, whatever their stripe, well, that works for me.

    (These days, Ron Paul is the only politician or political commentator who’s making any sense, and in many ways, that’s kinda scary.)

    As for doing the whole Alinsky thing with your readers? Good luck with that. Of course, that’s what those anonymous conservative readers have been doing to you, so turn about, I suppose.

    (Yes, Dems use Alinksy’s tactics, but at least they’re honest about it.)

    Comment by Warren Bonesteel — May 24, 2009 @ 12:13 pm | Reply

  42. Hey, let’s not be too ‘judgey’.

    If this is what it takes to get Ron’s rocks off…well, let’s let him have his ‘me’ time.

    Ron is a prime example of what we are up against.

    No matter how much racist, evil spewage comes from the LEFT, the RIGHT-wingers are the ones labeled as such. Up is down after all.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 12:30 pm | Reply

  43. By the by…

    “” does not exist.


    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 12:38 pm | Reply

  44. A couple of points.

    1. Anti-Semitism is mostly a phenomena of the Left, see Daily Kos or Huffington Post for examples, then go to say Ace of Spades or Hot Air where strong support for Israel is the rule.

    2. Those Liberals label “conservatives” who are anti-Semites are not conservatives at all, but rather the Pat Buchanon/Ron Paul nutcases who espouse isolationism and many Hard Left policies beloved of Liberals. The Liberal love for Paul and the Ronulans, and Pat Buchanon’s “Hitler Nostalgia” books and speeches, is of course self-evident.

    Liberals largely agree with Paul and Buchanon’s desire to see Israel “exterminated” just watch Helen Thomas in the White House Press Room ask “why?” America doesn’t help destroy Israel.

    3. I don’t think you object to Liberal anti-semitism of the Helen Thomas, Samantha Power (“Let’s invade Israel for Hamas”) or Susan Rice variety. Much less the infamous (and LAT suppressed tape) of Obama and Wife attending the Rashid Khalidi going away party (where Obama and his wife both laughed on camera about anti-semitic statements and made a few of their own).

    You only wish to use the Pat Buchanon types to bash the real, mainstream, Israel-supporting Conservatives (such as Sarah Palin, and other Evangelicals who support Israel strongly).

    Let’s get real.

    4. Finally, anonymity is vital for conservatives because Liberals have constructed a McCarthyist blacklist. Miss California, Joe the Plumber, and other ordinary people who merely expressed their opinion had the Media (the paid, info-Storm Troops of Liberalism and their God, Obama) dig into every potentially embarrassing aspect of their lives to smear them. Just as the Lapdog Media followed Obama’s orders to dig into personal lives of Chrysler Senior Bondholders and publicize embarrassing things unless the bondholders gave up their contractural rights under the law.

    As the paid, “following orders” propaganda corps for Obama (who you no doubt like the rest of the media worship as your Living God) you object to any pretense of anonymity and private life to ordinary people who hold opinions different than your rigid Liberal Orthodoxy.

    It’s why you and the Liberal media went on a witch-hunt for supporters of Prop. 8 and got them fired: A Restaurant manager in West Hollywood, a theater director in Sacramento, the LA Film Festival director.

    So please, drop the hypocrisy and at least admit it: you are here as a media enforcer to dig up whatever slimy things you can about any average joe who doesn’t follow your lockstep dogma.

    And that’s all there is too it.

    Comment by whiskey — May 24, 2009 @ 12:38 pm | Reply

  45. Trying this again… somehow it appears to have been overlooked in the moderation queue…

    Certainly anonymity makes it easier for people to say irresponsible things in comments. You have a point, but I hope you will flesh it out more rigorously in the essay you are writing about commenter culture.

    Waving the neo-Nazi in our faces is just silly. It’s a classic guilt-by-association tactic, and it’s no more valid coming from the left than from the right. As I’ve written in a different context, “Don’t Blame Me for Rush Limbaugh, I Won’t Blame You for Michael Moore.” (And no, I’m not saying either Limbaugh or Moore is as bad as a neo-Nazi.)

    BTW, Kirk Petersen is my real name, and if you follow the link you’ll find my picture and my email address.

    Comment by Kirk Petersen — May 24, 2009 @ 12:42 pm | Reply

  46. 44. whiskey,

    You are too wise to comment here. No soup for you!

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  47. Where is MiamiMan? I’d like to see his honest rebuttal.

    Was it the ‘real’ MiamiMan who wrote you, Ron? Or an a-hole trying to project their libtard agenda and you fell for it hook, line and sinker?

    I’ve got bread to bake but I’m mighty curious. FYI, you can trace the I.P. of anyone who sends you an email. The I.P. is always in the body of the email document.

    Have a lovely Sunday, everyone. -And, on Monday…let us all be thankful for our Men and Women in the armed forces who protect us with their very lives.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 1:08 pm | Reply

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    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 1:13 pm | Reply

  49. From the comments on these sites, it would seem that most Conservatives actually do believe in a ‘Living Constitution.’

    …and just so ya know…the Founding Fathers were…uh…quite liberal. In the classical sense. They weren’t what we think of today as “Democrats’ or Republicans’ or ‘conservatives’ or ‘progressives.’

    Most so-called conservatives today actually delight in government interference in other people’s lives just as much as the progressives delight in the same. After they invoke the government to control the lives of others, both sides sit around in wonder… and bitterly complain about what has happened to their own freedoms.

    Comment by Warren Bonesteel — May 24, 2009 @ 1:16 pm | Reply

  50. 49. Warren Bonesteel:

    “Most so-called conservatives today actually delight in government interference in other people’s lives just as much as the progressives delight in the same.”

    I certainly don’t ‘delight’ in above said paragraph. -But, I do agree with you that BOTH parties are knee deep in the muck and mire of politics as usual and have stripped the people they should be SERVING of a voice.

    I’m disgusted with both Dems and Repubs equally on the matters of fiscal responsibility, small government and personal chit kept personal. I think I’m not alone in that.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 1:31 pm | Reply

  51. P.S. I like my ‘Delia’ Moniker. It is a greek name derived from ‘Cordelia’. My real name is of greek origin meaning ‘Angel’.

    If any of you want to hunt me down…go ahead and huff and puff… I’m a concealed and carry woman. 😉

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 1:37 pm | Reply

  52. 48. Warren Bonesteel:

    I think “libertarian” is the closest thing to our founding fathers overarching beliefs. Certainly “liberal” in todays parlance is totally off.

    Myself, I am a Libertarian/Conservative. As long as your life is not impacting my life.. or others lives by like murder, rape, theft, my rights including my right not to have to associate with you . I could pretty much care less what you do.

    Of course I do not think the state need sanction what you do.. say the homosexual mirage thingy. And a baby in the womb has as much right to life as you do.

    Comment by Fantom — May 24, 2009 @ 1:50 pm | Reply

  53. Made ya stop and think. Which was my point.

    Trolling a trolling columnist’s comment section can be gainful for creatively constructive purposes…

    Comment by Warren Bonesteel — May 24, 2009 @ 2:18 pm | Reply

  54. Why do you think I replied? May as well use the space to discus something more worthwhile than Ron’s hissy.

    Comment by Fantom — May 24, 2009 @ 2:29 pm | Reply

  55. I think that Delia is on to something (#46). There’s been a rash of people with apparent multiple personalities. Since this site doesn’t register commenters, you have no way to be sure that anyone is who they say they are.

    Ron, I think you’re way off base here. Ever heard of a Moby a.k.a false flag commenter? The more outlandish the “conservative” comment, the more likely that it was made by a leftist.

    This is just an inherent feature (or bug, if you will) of a site without registration. Your attempt to blame it on “conservatives” is below the belt and meritless.

    If you want to blame anyone, blame the site moderators who let that kind of crap through. That’s the only control that exists on this site, and it does seem like there’s not much that gets filtered out.

    Comment by Self-hating Boomer — May 24, 2009 @ 3:12 pm | Reply

  56. Interesting social experiment you are performing Mr. Rosenbaum. Not sure why you are wasting your time trying to invoke senseless emotes out of your readers, but this is your page. Do with it as you please.

    Comment by Mike — May 24, 2009 @ 4:33 pm | Reply

  57. 54. Self-hating Boomer,

    Exactly right. I’ve read quite a few of MiamiMan’s posts and they don’t even come close to the one that Ron so openly posted.

    I find it utterly eery and frightening creepy that Ron would nail someone to the cross without being SURE of just WHO he was nailing.

    If the I.P. address of the email matches up with MiamMan’s I.P. he posts under on PJM, then nuff said, but, without that proof, Ron has become the Judge, Jury and Executioner.

    Not cool.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 4:58 pm | Reply

  58. “MiamaMan
    Submitted on 2009/05/19 at 5:27am

    ‘I know your name. Callate la boca.

    Ihr name ist Jud Süss, ein mitglied der Ewige Jude.

    Sie sind ein Troll, schweinehunde. Ihre vorfahren leider entkam Eichmann’”.

    1. Ron attributes this comment to MiamaMan, but I think MiamaMan was actually quoting vivo. Is this not so? Or am I reading it wrong?

    2. What the heck does it say? My smattering of spanish isn’t helping me translate the German here (it IS German, right? Not Austrian?).

    3. Ron: “By the way some of you seem to have reading comprehension difficulties as well and missed the point that it is the hostile abusive commenters whose anonymity I was calling cowardly – not the ordinary commenter who disagrees.” <—– Ron is obviously talking about me in the latter part of this statement (italics mine).

    Comment by Moogie — May 24, 2009 @ 5:53 pm | Reply

  59. I’ve figured it out. This is clearly a cry for help. He probably came to Pajamas Media expecting to just waltz in and browbeat all of us “inbred redneck conservatives” since that’s how leftists honestly view all Republicans. I should know since I used to be a leftist that embarassingly viewed Republicans that way not too long ago. Problem is he found out-just like I did-that most conservatives are far more intelligent, widely read and rational than he ever imagined and especially so compared to your average ignorant leftist looney who watches a Michael Moore movie and now thinks they understand the world. So he frustratingly can’t just write some BS liberal articles on here-like he does at the other lefty sites he blogs at-without being thoroughly challenged and discredited by the brilliant conservative commenters on this site. So now he’s throwing a hissy fit about conservatives not using their real names when they comment online and is hilariously trying to use that as proof that conservatives are all chicken-hawks who don’t really believe in self-responsibility. It’s an obvious attempt to get himself fired and impress his lefty friends by going out with a bang. I say whoever is in charge around here should oblige him and put him out of his misery. And I think I’m speaking for 99% of the vistors on this site.

    Comment by Blackwater — May 24, 2009 @ 5:54 pm | Reply

  60. Ron,
    Some of the worst abuse can be found on Left-wing blogs here in the UK : the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK; the Guardian Comment is Free — bloggers known as ‘CiFers’ — and the Independent. As soon as a Jewish or even mildly pro-Israel writer is given column space the anti-Jewish bloggers erupt and the floodgates open. The distinguished British novelist Howard Jacobson wrote a piece a few weeks ago for the Indy and the blog-hate that poured out blew me away. Occasionally I offer a comment to combat the anti-Semites on the Guardian blog as ‘Carol G,’ but the moderator usually deletes me for ‘abuse.’ LOL!

    Comment by Carol Gould — May 24, 2009 @ 6:09 pm | Reply

  61. You know what I’m thankful for today?

    1). I’ve become friends with my next door neighbor who is a wonderful, precious person and I feel BLESSED to have her as a friend (and her grand-children too).

    2). I’m feeling ‘regulary’. I dunno what is worse…being constipated to the point that you feel like a brick is stuck up your arse or having the ‘runs’ where you feel like you’re shatting out your internal organs!

    3). This coming wednesday, my daughter is going to spend the entire day with me and I’m going to make a homemade lemon pound cake with lemon curd filling to celebrate her getting her GED. 🙂


    Hubby is still grumpy but, that’s another kettle of foo wang choo.


    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 6:33 pm | Reply

  62. I don’t comment on posts using my real name because I live in a liberal city and making my political beliefs well known will cost me consulting business (it has in the past). Unlike, say, a writer, who gets PAID to express his political beliefs.

    I will not be baited into some infantile discussion about who is braver when typing words on a keyboard, either.

    Comment by jvon — May 24, 2009 @ 6:44 pm | Reply

  63. Anyone lookin’?

    *darts eyes*

    Cover your eyes!

    *moons everyone and flashes boobies*

    Okay, some of you looked!



    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 6:44 pm | Reply


    We should all ask in those ads to ALL New Papers , the Media and all Journalist anytime we have a change to email mail them ,
    call in shows or we see in cities or TV .
    The Question is … When did you stop being a honest and Truthful Journalist and become a radical left Wing Socialist totally bias useless Marxist and radical Socialist “””””” Advocate”””””” ?
    I LOVE IT !!!!!

    Comment by ReCon USMC — May 24, 2009 @ 6:46 pm | Reply

  65. 65. ReCon USMC:


    Bring on the bubbly, ReCon! LOL!

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 6:51 pm | Reply

  66. Whoooooo hoooooo.

    *staggers about*

    ReCon’s Champagne went to my head.






    I love you alllllllllllll.


    I hate youuuuuuuuuuuuuu!


    I want my blankyyyyyyyy


    I promise to be good.



    My butt has an itch. Back later.


    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

  67. Ron,

    Prove you’re not an elitist snob and reply to some of us lowly commenters.

    I’ll even post a nude [tastful] photo of me if you do.


    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:10 pm | Reply

  68. Tastful? My, my, I’m having too much fun. TASTEFUL. Yeah you knew it, I knew it but I blew it by typing and hitting submit too soon.

    I am an admitted premature ejaculetterer.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 7:12 pm | Reply

  69. jvon @62

    That is a very valid reason for posting anonymously on blogs. Also, whether you already have a job or are seeking one, if you are conservative in your opinions you will be found. Companies do troll the blog world to see if a job applicant has left something there they can evaluate. So, it is a major faux pas to not post anonymously. You would be amazed at how conservatives are outnumbered in the corporate world these days. HR types who screen applicants are typically female and liberal-Left. If you are stupid enough to post your full name and you are caught, well, you have only yourself to blame when you don’t get that second or third interview.

    Look at the enormity of the financial contributions from the Fortune 500 to Obonga’s campaign war chest.

    Long live the Conservative Underground!

    Comment by fred — May 24, 2009 @ 7:46 pm | Reply

  70. Ron,

    I forgot to mention the fact that on the few threads you’ve inaugurated at PJM I have commented on, I have been quite civil. I rarely post anything in the blog world that rises to the level of crude insult. I can count the times on the fingers of one hand, and I can assure you that the target richly deserved my invective.

    Once again, I have sometimes read, but never left comments at, Democrat/socialist/Marxist/”progressive” sites. Often what I have read there is far worse than the worst you will find here.

    Comment by fred — May 24, 2009 @ 7:50 pm | Reply

  71. 71. fred,

    This is all about Ron and has nothing to do about the commenters. You, dear sir, have much more couth than I. *wiggles bootayyyyyyyy*

    *sprinkles fairy dust on Ron*

    Champagne and donuts for everyone on Ron! Rack up the bill!

    Lap dances are on Sheesh.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:17 pm | Reply

  72. Da dun, da dunnnnnn, da dun da dunnnnnnnn, da dun da dunnnnnnn, da dun-de-dun-de-dun… Da dun–do-do-Da-dun-do do…


    Looky! See-thru burka!

    Da dunnnnnnnnn!


    Anyone else have some happy stories to share or shall we all feed Ron’s ego?

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:19 pm | Reply

  73. Ron, I see you’ve seen your shrink!

    -Wrong head unfortunately.



    (I gotta million of ’em…all bad, I know)!

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:21 pm | Reply

  74. Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils … – Louis Hector Berlioz

    *suns everyone*

    Think opposite the ‘moon’ and you get my drift. he-he

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:22 pm | Reply

  75. It’s true that we don’t know what we’ve got until we lose it, but it’s also true that we don’t know what we’ve been missing until it arrives. -Unknown

    Ron, I’m hogging your thread. Ban meeeeee. BAN MEEEEEEE.

    *Jiggles boobies* he-he

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:25 pm | Reply

  76. C’mon, Peeps! It’s ‘open mic’ night. Ron gave us the floor.

    Jazzzzzz hands!

    “I think the worst time to have a heart attack is during a game of charades…or a game of fake heart attack.”– Demetri Martin

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:34 pm | Reply

  77. Okay. Enough funnin’.

    Ron, if you are truly, deeply depressed and hurt…seek help.

    Don’t let anyone make you feel bad online or in real life for that matter unless you deserve it.

    In the year 2007 I tried to kill myself. All I remember is waking up naked in a flimsy hospital gown [no undies or bra] with a bunch of heart moniters attached to every part of my body and I.V. fluids injected in vein. I was mortified.

    I told myself, “NEVER AGAIN”. Now, if I sink to a low where I feel I’m slipping over the edge I immediately call someone or reach out rather than being ashamed of my dark moods.

    You might be suffering and I shouldn’t have joked so much. I was just trying to lighten the mood but after I thought about things, I started to worry about you.

    My husband is a saint for accepting my mood swings and I love him dearly for well, loving me…back.

    Have faith, Ron. Anger is an inward sword, it serves only to hurt its master. Now, take that angry albeit handsome photo of you down from PJM and replace it with a smiling, positive one. I bet you are one hot tamale when you smile!

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 8:51 pm | Reply

  78. #63

    Pics or it didn’t happen.

    Comment by Blackwater — May 24, 2009 @ 9:00 pm | Reply

  79. Delia, I’ll have what your having. It must deliver quite a kick.

    Comment by mishu — May 24, 2009 @ 9:13 pm | Reply

  80. 81. mishu:

    “Delia, I’ll have what your having. It must deliver quite a kick.

    ♫I’m walkin’ on sunshineeeeee ohhh. -And, don’t it feel good?!♪

    I feel alive, I feel alive! I really do!

    What can I say? I’m happy today. I don’t feel happy often so I’m soakin’ up the sunshine while I can.



    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 9:20 pm | Reply

  81. Where are you, MiamiMan?

    I’m saddened by your absence in this thread. I truly hoped you would voice your opinion here since Ron named you.

    *heavy sigh*

    I give up [for tonight]. I’m tuckered and I have a toof-ache. Wahhhhhhhh.



    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 10:33 pm | Reply

  82. Dear God,

    In all of your infinite wisdom, I beseech you. I am scared and I know that your powers of perctption reach into millenia that my mind can’t possibly fathom, but, alas, I am terrifed.

    Cuz, ya see, God… I’m one of those nobodys in the time space continuum. I’m not going to be remembered in 2099. I’m a spec on the radar of your grand scheme of things.

    Where do I fit in? I just don’t do I? I feel frail, tiny, itty bitty and abandoned in your massive eternity. I am finite and you re omnipotent.

    My heart and soul aches for answers to questions that deserve better than, “Just have faith”.

    My faith is here, God. I am yours but I will never be your puppet and I thank you for not expecting me to be.

    I am free.

    I am scared.

    I am ME.

    Comment by Delia — May 24, 2009 @ 11:09 pm | Reply

  83. Hey Delia….you and I are on the graveyard shift…

    God doesn’t expect anybody EVER to be His puppet, although to the extent that I get to know Him, I find myself wanting to relate to Him more.

    He gave us free will and made us free moral agents–and, of course, therein lies the root of so many of our dilemmas.

    God, in His infinite wisdom that you mention, hears your heart cry. Out of that infinite wisdom, He actually is willing to relate to “finite us” without violating our free will. Weird. But true.

    You’ve carried a lot of water today. Take care of yourself.

    Comment by Meryl — May 24, 2009 @ 11:55 pm | Reply

  84. 15. Delia:

    “Maybe Ron is Vivo, Sheesh, The Shadow, David S. Et Al. LOL! This could explain a lot.”

    Sorry, I’m not Ron or anyone else. Keep trying to unmask whoever while we have fun watching.
    BTW, it’s vivo, not Vivo . . .

    Comment by vivo — May 25, 2009 @ 12:12 am | Reply

  85. #85 vivo:
    “BTW, it’s vivo, not Vivo . . .”

    Wow, anonymous screen-name egotism.
    Punctuate my alias correctly!

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 25, 2009 @ 4:27 am | Reply

  86. Sorry, I just don’t buy your argument. To me it is like anonymous voting, a protection from those who might want to intimidate someone or their loved ones because of their opinion or who they choose to elect.

    Those who use a computer and the internet should at this point know that there footprints are practically impossible to erase, and if they use their computer to threaten someone or plan an illegal act against someone it will be traced to their computer and it’s contents could be used to prosecute them.

    If you write a opinion and are open to comments, then it would be expected that some commenter’s would be abusive. If monitoring the comments are becoming too time consuming or monetarily impossible, then I guess it would be an option to make people register with there full name and only email accounts that are acceptable.

    Although I see there are some abusive commenter’s, overall I think this site Pajamas Media is quite tame and civilized. Even people who use anonymous screen names can be shamed when someone calls them on a comment, and I have read where they even apologize for going overboard.

    I have to admit that sometimes I find the names people give themselves are sometimes funny and sometimes interesting and sometimes even a good description of their opinions and I would miss their ability to name themselves.

    I also agree with the others that the comment you wrote doesn’t match other comments I have read by ‘miami man’ but if you google the name ‘miami man’ it seem he is up to much mischief such as; indited, accused, charged, sentenced. In fact in one instance his skeletal remains were found so he could in fact be dead. Sorry my sick attempt at humor.

    Anyway, I think it is possible on this site to use someone’s else’s name to leave a comment and it is possible that the one you sited for ‘miami man’ is not by the commenter we are used to reading. Even if people used their ‘real’ names someone could comment under that name just to agitate and ruin their reputation unless you had some security feature that would prevent this from happening.

    Comment by LynnS — May 25, 2009 @ 7:01 am | Reply

  87. 89. Delia:

    “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” GRR! Fine. I’ll rewrite this without a link. Pfft!


    Your kind spirit always brightens my mood. My note to God was written with tired hands…talk about ‘Typo Queen’. lol


    Vivo likes to be all lowercase? Toooooooo bad. -And, I was joking about Ron being one of the gruesome Blog slaves. Oh, and I *do* figure them out when they play with monikers. I must annoy the hell out of them when I call them on it. He-he-he!


    I agree about MiamiMan. -And, the telling thing is…he didn’t even POST on Ron’s originating thread regarding anonymity (look it up on Ron’s archives because I can’t post the freakin’ link without my post going into moderation zombie-land).

    Something is fishy and this really pisses me off. I tried getting his [MiamiMan’s] attention on a different thread but I didn’t want to hound him on every thread just to get him to come over here. I’d make a terrible stalker. LOL!

    *Makes raspberries at VIVO and shakes hiney*

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  88. Wow . . . it’s like a barbecue at the Cannibals.

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 7:16 am | Reply

  89. Good morning, Delia!!

    Isn’t it interesting to notice the character of sheesh’s comment at 89 following the last many posts. The final posts of the thread were all made in good spirits, some weird humor (rising out of some fatigue) and general bon vivant(ness!)….

    Comment by Meryl — May 25, 2009 @ 7:39 am | Reply

  90. Mornin’ back, Meryl! Yes, I think someone missed the ‘memo’ about the barbecue… Only baby back ribs and fresh shucked corn. Mmmmmmmm. I want my baby back, baby back, baby back ribbbbbbbbs.

    Well, MiamiMan just informed me on another thread that he’s been banned by Ron from being able to respond here. Soooooo, I’m posting what he wrote on a different thread in response to mine:

    80. MiamaMan:


    Thanks, here is a copy of the post I am trying to post in that thread, to no avail so far, just for your information, as you deserve it:


    Achtung! Thanks for calling me back to the thread. Ha, ha, ha, somebody screwing me up?

    I never thought I would be so important for Herr Rosenbaum to write about me. I am unemployed, Mr. Rosenbaum may be you want to share what you made with the article about me with me, believe me it is needed.

    Delia, yes, Herr Rosenbaum is correct, I am the one who sent to his post the hateful email in Spanish and German to “vivo”, but it was really to call Herr Rosenbaum’s attention. It sure worked. I have always suspected “vivo” is from my neighborhood here in Miama. As for “callate la boca”, in Spanish means simply “shut up”.

    I was trying to post to no avail, and thought that Mr. Rosenbaum was blocking my posts, so guessing he was Jewish, I said to myself, let me tease “vivo” with some historical German facts, to really catch Rosenbaum. It sure worked. I guess the whole thing was a matter of “cookies” in the computer. It happened to me on another thread.

    Herr Rosenbaum, my apologies, I am not anti-Semite, nor glorify Nazis, on the contrary, I am the guy in contact with Thomas Blatt (Sobibor survivor) who is now in Germany for the Demjamjuk trial, and a student of the “Aktion Reinhard” part of the Shoa. Nor I am an Eichmann lover, on the contrary.

    Yes, Delia, it is me, I can be sarcastic as hell sometimes, I am far from perfect. I am sorry to disappoint you. I am also prone to make fun of people since I was a little kid. I got some bad Karma coming, I guess.

    I sure chose the right bad combination. Those 2 hateful movies sponsored by Goebbels, the remake of “Jud Suss”, and the terrible creation of the “Ewige Jude”.

    Herr Rosenbaum, with that Mephistophelian face he exhibits on the picture here on Pajamas, sure did not take it lightly.

    Moogie, what the German part says?:
    [Ihr name ist Jud Süss, ein mitglied der Ewige Jude. Sie sind ein Troll, schweinehunde. Ihre vorfahren leider entkam Eichmann’”.]

    No, I can’t translate it, it is too nasty, this only comes out good in German.

    So, as a final apology, I say to Herr Rosenbaum:

    Ich bitte Sie, meine entschuldigung von ganzem Herzen!

    Ich wollte mich nicht zu verletzen können.

    Bitte verzeihen sie meine dummheit!]

    If Ron bans me for posting MiamiMan’s response, so be it. I’m just trying to keep things honest and at least MiamiMan owned up to his words.

    I have no idea what the last line reads. Anyone good at speaking German because those free online translators suck poo.

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 8:16 am | Reply

  91. his name is “sweet Jew”, a mix with the “eternal Jew” You’re a troll, a**hole. your ancestry unfortunately missed Eichmannn (rules)

    I would like to apologize with my full heart
    I didn’t want to let me go to hurt anyone

    Please forgive me my idioty

    Comment by Marie Claude — May 25, 2009 @ 8:44 am | Reply

  92. So Ron was trolled, while trolling his commenters.

    Comment by Evil Pundit — May 25, 2009 @ 8:50 am | Reply

  93. 94. Marie Claude,

    Thank you, Marie C. Here is MiamiMan’s translation too:

    “As for my last quote in German to him, here is the translation:

    Ich bitte Sie, meine entschuldigung von ganzem Herzen!
    Please accept my apologies from the bottom of my heart!

    Ich wollte mich nicht zu verletzen können.
    My intention was not to hurt you.

    Bitte verzeihen sie meine dummheit!
    Please forgive my stupidity!”

    I like Ron and MiamiMan and I don’t know them ‘personally’ but I find both likable.

    I hope you two bury the hatchet because I honestly don’t think either of you know each other well enough to waste your energies on anger. Miami man has tried to apologize to you, Ron and you’ve blocked him from doing so. I find that highly disingenuous of you and disappointing and I honestly want to believe that you have more character than that.

    I have a kazillion character flaws and I’ll be the first to jump up, stumble over my two left ballerina feetz and admit it.

    Anyone need a hug? *raises hand feebly* I’m pooped!

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 9:29 am | Reply

  94. Hey, I’m heading over to a barbecue and I’ve been asked to bring some mustard. Any suggestions?

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 10:20 am | Reply

  95. 95. sheesh:

    “Hey, I’m heading over to a barbecue and I’ve been asked to bring some mustard. Any suggestions?”

    You already covered the whole ‘mustard’ bait, sheeshers. How about some pulled pork? I’m sure you’re an expert at that recipe.

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 10:25 am | Reply

  96. 96 Delia . . . I’ll take that as a vote for spicy.

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 10:31 am | Reply

  97. 97. sheesh:

    “96 Delia . . . I’ll take that as a vote for spicy.”

    ROTFL! Okay, that was funny, sheeshers! Thank you for the giggle. I needed that.

    BTW, one of my new favorite mustards is the ‘Inglehoffer Wasabi’ mustard. It is sooo good (but, beware, a leeeeeetle goes a lawngggg way)! Of course, it’s excellent on Sashimi and Sushi. Great! Now I’m craving sushi. Mmmmmmmmm. My tummy just lurched.

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 10:37 am | Reply

  98. #95 Blog-slave:
    “Hey, I’m heading over to a barbecue and I’ve been asked to bring some mustard. Any suggestions?”

    What condiment do you usually use when you put a weenie in your mouth?

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 25, 2009 @ 11:01 am | Reply

  99. 101. Bilgeman:

    “What condiment do you usually use when you put a weenie in your mouth?”

    Condom mint?

    I know, that was reaching.

    Dental Dayummmmmmmm!

    Where are the Minute Lube Minute Men when ya need ’em?

    Bilge, sheesh was actually playing nice today…which means he’s probably got a big one brewing and one of us is gonna get the full-on Stanley Steemer treatment.


    In all honesty though, sheesh is kinda growing on me, I know, I know, I promise to have my Dermatologist take a gander at that next visit.

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 11:06 am | Reply

  100. 99 BM3K . . . hula popper to pike . . . hula popper to pike . . .

    Leave it to you to ruin a good laugh . . . still wallowing in that fall from grace I see.

    (Chuck P . . . might be time for a refresher course for your boy, BM3K. He’s obsessing again.)

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 11:08 am | Reply

  101. 103. sheesh:

    “99 BM3K . . . hula popper to pike . . . hula popper to pike . . .

    Leave it to you to ruin a good laugh”

    Ruin a good laugh? Oh c’mon sheesh! Bilge was playing right along with what YOU started. Condiment for a weenie in your mouth? What part of that wasn’t funny? I thought it was hilarious! I think you’re funny too when you’re not being outright nasty (as in mean, not potty humor which, yes, I appreciate and I own that).

    Where is Ron? He missed me flashing my boobies on his thread evennnnnnnnn.

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 11:50 am | Reply

  102. HEY! I just realized something! *ding*

    If I was an Islamist and I wore a burka…well, hell’s bells! I could live ‘anon’ in REAL life too!



    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 12:32 pm | Reply

  103. 102. Delia . . . “Condiment for a weenie in your mouth? What part of that wasn’t funny? ”

    I’ll tell ya exactly . . . actually two things. First, it’s predictable and cliche . . . like saying “I’d rather have a root canal.” There’s no surprise to it. No insight. It’s formulaic. Second, it comes from BM3K, which means it’s tainted with a bit of the old creepy/pervy . . . a little too real, a little too specific and knowing, which is typical references to various oralympics. Now, I admit I lure him in with words like “taint,” so I suppose his predictability is partly my fault. But funny? No, I can’t say I agree with you on that.

    You, however, can be funny . . . though you have to be careful about the “root canal” syndrome, too, as evidenced by your dermatologist gag. Again, formulaic and, frankly, not up to some of your other work. Keep it fresh. Don’t stop at the first thought. For example, instead of using the dermatologist thing, you could have taken it one step further and said, “I gotta get that sheesh lanced.” . . . same zone (and still a little too familiar for my tastes) but with better imagery.

    What can I say, it’s the little things. (Easy BM3K, I know you’re tempted.)

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 2:15 pm | Reply

  104. #104 Blog-Slave:
    “(and still a little too familiar for my tastes)”

    If you’ll recall, your “tastes” ARE the issue, and you brought up the subject.

    So the question is valid…what condiments DO you use on your weenies?

    Or maybe you prefer them between your buns.

    “But funny? No,”

    C’mon, blog-slave…even Mr. Rosenbaum is suppressing a chuckle. Look at the smirk on his mug in his picture up there…

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 25, 2009 @ 2:27 pm | Reply

  105. #98 Delia:
    “Condom mint?”

    Now that there’s teh fun-nee!

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 25, 2009 @ 2:28 pm | Reply

  106. 102. Bilgeman . . . “If you’ll recall, your “tastes” ARE the issue, and you brought up the subject.”

    I mentioned mustard. The weenies were your idea, as always.

    Comment by sheesh — May 25, 2009 @ 2:33 pm | Reply

  107. A bunch of my posts were deleted. I’ll be a good girl now, Ron. I was just havin’ a bit O’ fun. *slinks off into her cowardly cave of gloom-n-doom*

    Nice knowin’ ya.

    Take care, everyone.

    *pinches Bilge and gives sheesh a Noogie for good measure*

    *grabs a lamp and drags it with her*

    *Hugs Meryl*

    *Sobs dramatically into hanky*

    […are any of you buying my exit]?

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 3:05 pm | Reply

  108. Delia! Exit score: 10!

    I love the part about grabbing the lamp and dragging it along. Leaves a hook in case you come back for something….:)

    Comment by Meryl — May 25, 2009 @ 3:12 pm | Reply

  109. 110. Meryl,

    LOL! Indeed, Meryl! I see you’re a fan of the movie, “The Jerk” too! *giggles* I hope you had a wonderful day today. I’m so tired. I worked out really hard two days in a row and now my body is recovering and kickin’ me in the backside for trying to re-build Rome in two days.

    Sheeshers, you mentioned ‘barbecue’ and then ‘mustard’ and Bilge mentioned ‘weenies’. Bilge was hardly out of line with where he took that. Honestly, I think his reply to you was funnier than mine. C’mon. Give one up for the Bilge. Sheesh, if we weren’t such polar opposites politically, we’d probably make a killing as a stand-up comedy act. -But, let’s not start being nice to each other because it’s very hard to say mean stuff when you begin to warm up to someone or even *gasp* start likin’ ’em. Gawd for bid right? *sneaks you a hug*

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 3:21 pm | Reply

  110. #109 Delia:
    “Give one up for the Bilge. Sheesh,”

    Don’t even THINK about it, blog-slave.

    (And besides, that’s too long a line for me to stand in.)

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 25, 2009 @ 3:27 pm | Reply

  111. 110. Bilgeman,

    I’m just tired of fightin’ with OOMO/Sheesh/etc.

    He’s said some pretty mean and hurtful things to me but I’m just as guilty when it comes to giving it back. Maybe I’m just not feelin’ my Irish blood today. I’m sure sheesh/lance-a-lot will bring me back to my senses any time now and I’ll come out with my verbal dukes up.

    Anger makes me angry.

    Did you know smiling (even a force/fake smile) does all kinds of positive things to your body? I’d post some links but then my goll-derned comment would go into moderation oblivion.

    Anyhoodle, smile!

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 3:35 pm | Reply

  112. Sheeshers:

    “You, however, can be funny . . . though you have to be careful about the “root canal” syndrome, too, as evidenced by your dermatologist gag.”

    Hey, give Delia some cred! I didn’t say ‘Gyno’ or Procto’ and believe me, I was momentarily tempted!

    Comment by Delia — May 25, 2009 @ 8:22 pm | Reply

  113. 85. Bilgeman:

    “Wow, anonymous screen-name egotism.”

    I get tired of people misspelling all over the place. They just look like analphabets. Now, all the rednecks will be capitalizing my name because it looks so “proper”. Maybe I should change my name to “Camaronqueseduermeselollevalacorriente”

    87. Yes delia

    Comment by vivo — May 26, 2009 @ 4:22 am | Reply

  114. #113 vivo:
    “I get tired of people misspelling all over the place. They just look like analphabets.”

    I don’t know how to break this to you, but your screen-name was NOT misspelled, the first letter was merely capitalized.

    “Now, all the rednecks will be capitalizing my name because it looks so “proper”.”

    Could be, but I don’t think anyone really cares about it to the extent that you apparently do.

    Given the context of Rosenbaum’s post, the nit-picking pettiness of your correction was hilarious.

    Comment by Bilgeman — May 26, 2009 @ 6:11 am | Reply

  115. I’ve already made myself perfectly clear before; No need in wasting time on trash like this when there is so much more to read that is constructive. Maybe I’ll see you at The Heritage Foundation or the American Thinker.

    Comment by Cybergeezer — May 26, 2009 @ 7:21 am | Reply

  116. 115 . . . Looks like Cinderfella is in full-on self-promo mode. Let’s check it out . . .

    Comment by sheesh — May 26, 2009 @ 7:51 am | Reply

  117. Oh; I forgot to include the address and school of my grandchildren for you, Mr. Rosenbaum; You have my email address; Please request!

    Comment by Cybergeezer — May 26, 2009 @ 4:05 pm | Reply

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