Friday, August 31, 2007

Dear Weiner: You suck!

Right-wing blogger and consummate airhead Weiner Patels horks up another one:

Blogging anonymously is tantamount to giving in and letting those jerks win.

Oh, sniffle, sniffle, whine, whine, boo hoo. Grow a pair, Weiner, for God's sake. Write your shit and take your lumps, or get the fuck out of the blogosphere and leave it for those of us who aren't snivelling little turds. God, what a nancy boy.

And as for Weiner's grip on reality:

If you lash out at others, you'd better be prepared to do so under your real name -- doing it anonymously is what's called -- at its most polite -- "trolling" and frowned upon. Even an insult has more credibility when it's applied by an actual person, rather than an anonymous troll.

Yeah, you read that right. Mr "Quality Blog" doesn't even understand what the word "troll" means. What a twit. What a spectacular twit. Once again, Weiner:

Now piss off.

, Weiner, you pathetic, little snot rag, allow me to make what I think is a salient observation. If you managed to tear yourself away from your preening self-absorption over the last week or so, you might have noticed that we in the Left-o-sphere kind of blew the lid off a fairly big story, with credit going to progressive bloggers such as "blogging a dead horse," "The Galloping Beaver," "POGGE," "Dr. Dawg," "Red Tory" and others.

Notice a pattern there, Weiner, you clueless prat? Why, yes, they're all anonymous bloggers (with the exception now of Red Tory, since you so classlessly pasted his name all over the blogosphere like the petulant six-year-old that you are). So while all those faceless folks were out there digging up the news and "getting things done," where the fuck were you? Right ... I figured as much.

So, if you'll excuse us now, Weiner, we'll leave you and your full-length mirror in private, where I'm sure you'll both be very happy together. We're off to break another story.

We'll keep you posted.

P.S. By the way, Weiner, there was another amusing development that we faceless ones were all over as well. I notice you gave that one a pass, too. Quelle surprise.


Red Tory said...

He did take time to observe this about the protesters: "Those people are just riff-raff, with most of their brain cells already destroyed from regular drug use and a lifestyle that's more apt for cavemen. In addition, anyone who as much as raises a finger against police officers is automatically a criminal."

No word on what he thinks about police officers shoving around civilians and taken an aggressive run at them on camera.

Red Tory said...

Oh, and another thing... You'll love this. From AS last night:

I don't believe him. It's like Kinsella's "vanity death threats". Claiming to receive vicious hate male is a way to proclaim he's important.

Well, I won't claim I'm important, but I probably generate around tenfold the traffic, and certainly tick off a percentage of readers on the left - based on the posts I see written about me.

But I can count on one hand the number of "hate" emails I've received.

What does that tell you?

I know what it tells me - he's getting several emails from a single source (which he should know how to tag as junk by now) - or he's makin' it up.

My bet's on the latter.

Posted by: Kate | August 30, 2007 at 05:51 PM

Kate, thanks for posting here -- I feel honoured.

You know what's really funny about his post? He complains about "liberals" who'd go after his freedom of speech. That's funny coming from a Liberal like him.

The rest of his quote, come to think of it, sounds like the usual insults that HE would send to other bloggers, rather than the other way round.

Posted by: Werner Patels | August 30, 2007 at 06:02 PM

"Viscious hate male" Heh.

Also, they weren't e-mails, they were comments posted to the site. But never let the facts get in the way of things. Idiots.

CC said...

Actually, RT, what's amusing is that the people who will contemptuously dismiss the SPP protestors are, in large part, the same ones who will defend screaming, abusive, pro-life demonstrators who harass pregnant women and lock themselves to the doors of abortion clinics.

But that's different 'cuz those people have God on their side. See how that works?

Unknown said...

When God's on your side, you don't have to worry about pesky little things like equality, human rights, due process of law, and stuff.

Just ask the Taliban. Christian or Muslim, take your pick.

Ti-Guy said...

KKKate loves her psychos; they're so useful to her.

Frankly, anyone who indulges Wiener's (or Patrick Ross's) paranoid delusions by commenting supportively on their blogs should be charged with abusing the mentally ill.

Sparky said...

I'm just astounded by the terminology--CC and RT are bullies...
Since when??
And again, I tried to write a comment and it was 'held for moderation' and... nothing.
But I bet you if my comment was poorly written and didn't have valid points, it'd be posted immediately to be an example for ridicule and scorn.
As always, truth doesn't have a chance with these people.

M@ said...

Sparky, to post on Werner's blog, you have to follow the commenting guidelines that he clearly posted on...

Oh, wait, turns out he laid down those posting guidelines as part of his campaign to "out" RT.

Wow, that makes him a total asshole, doesn't it? Not often someone puts his complete lack of personal integrity on display like that.

S'okay, though. I intend to continue following his guidelines whether he's enforcing them or not.

Red Tory said...

Sparky — We’re “bullies” for exposing the idiocy, muddle-headed thinking, hypocrisy and egregious nonsense of some other bloggers to richly-deserved ridicule. Apparently our mirth-making at their expense is deemed to be uncouth “bullying” in their twisted view of the world.

Contrary to what he claims, Werner is pissed because I made fun of his dalliance with the NDP when he was posturing as “The Calgary Dipper.” That site has since been scrubbed from existence and now he’s posing as some sort of conservative or classical liberal or something. Also, I ridiculed his “blog radio” broadcast by putting together a transcript of what he actually said. I haven’t heard another one since. Add that to the pile of abandoned projects, like his collective team thingee for “blogosphere writers” that died due to total lack of interest by anyone on earth.

Sparky said...

I never really cared *who* said something--I cared whether it was right or wrong. CC's usually pretty much dead-on. I'd like to see some of these other bloggers take on the issue sometime, instead of the person.
I won't hold my breath waiting...