Ron Rosenbaum, Writer

December 28, 2009

This Made Me Laugh Almost as Much as Ignorant Commenters

Filed under: Uncategorized — ronrosenbaumwriter @ 3:27 pm

I have to admit that Dave Barry’s “year end review” hasn’t lost a step.

I laughed out loud throughout it–almost as much as I did at the sputtering rage of some historically ignorant commenters here.

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5 Comments »

  1. Hey tough guy why not come down out of the ivory tower of yours into the comment sections… o wait like many of the other ignorant morons who hide from the comment section you know you’d get owned in about 5 posts or less.

    Comment by robotech master — December 28, 2009 @ 4:55 pm | Reply

  2. “—almost as much as I did at the sputtering rage of some historically ignorant commenters here.”

    People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, Mr. Purveyor of the Smallpox Blanket myth.

    While there are well documented abuses of Native Americans, you chose to be lazy and settle for a catchy soundbite.

    As for me, I don’t find sputtering ignorant liberals funny. Rather, I find it sad. Disagreement is fine, healthy even. But disagreement based on dishonesty or ignorance is very unhealthy indeed. One only has to look around to see how the fabric of our society has been shredded, thanks to the elevation of ideology over truth.

    I can’t imagine the esteemed Professor Hanson making such a classless comment about his commentators. Can you? I doubt it.

    Comment by Robert F — December 28, 2009 @ 5:13 pm | Reply

  3. Mr. Rosembaum have you read the comments that the likes of Whittle, Simon, Driscoll, Green Fernandez, Chesler, and especially Hanson?

    I’d recommend you read those sets of comments and gauge them on their coherence, intelligence and venom, and then contrast with what you get.

    Perhaps then you can consider why your comments are so different.

    I see your continued harping on ignorance and and sputtering rage without example.

    Now, Mr. Rosembaum why do you post here? Clearly you don’t like the commentators.

    You have strong disagreements with other Pajamas writers. See Mr Whittle’s report
    http://pajamasmedia.com/ejectejecteject/2009/09/22/bill-maher-barack-obama-and-the-true-story-of-american-exceptionalism/

    You also go against some editorial decisions of Pajamas. For one thing Pajamas is very pro Tea Party, giving extensive coverage and encouragement.

    Where you… don’t.

    Very curious.

    Comment by Jack — December 28, 2009 @ 8:19 pm | Reply

  4. “sputtering comments” Try NO comments!

    I returned to see who else posted and was amazed to find only 3, including my previous post. That is THREE, as on One, Two, Three!

    Thinking this was a aberration, as I’m used to seeing upwards of 200 comments on some of the more worthy articles here, I checked your archives. Single digit comment totals were not unusual, with a whopping 61 the largest I saw.

    At that point I laughed out loud, almost as much as I did at your sputtering rage when you talked about the sputtering rage of your commentators.
    I laughed because now I get the joke. It is not the rage of your commentators that bothers you, but your own irrelevance!

    Comment by Robert F — December 29, 2009 @ 5:56 am | Reply

  5. 3. Jack,
    Isn’t obvious why he’s here? Affrimative Action! He’s here so we don’t have to go to other sites to remind ourselves what we are up against and why we are conservatives.

    Comment by James S. — December 29, 2009 @ 9:55 am | Reply


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