Sometimes, one can’t help but be entertained by blog posts on WUWT. Like this one.
On a recent post titled “Your right to say it,” there were some comments from someone who posts under the name “Greg Goodknight.” He and I don’t seem to like each other.
Friday I found that I was unable to post, delete posts, or edit posts on my blog, and found this message on the dashboard when logging into my wordpress blog:
Warning: We have a concern about some of the content on your blog. Please click here to contact us as soon as possible to resolve the issue and re-enable posting.
After contacting wordpress personnel, I received this message:
Please remove all posts and all comments that either name or allude to a Mr Goodknight
The only exception to this is where you absolutely make it clear it is your opinion or you can prove legally that what you say it true.
The post in question was one in which I defended the right of my most heated “internet adversary” to express his opinion without harassment. How ironic.
Anthony Watts has decided to question my patriotism. Eli Rabett’s too.
Watts ends a post about flying his flag on memorial day with
I wonder if “Tamino” or Eli Rabbet bothers to fly a flag on memorial day? Here’s to hoping that they do.
There’s no reason imaginable to say such a thing except to imply we’re not sufficiently patriotic.
This just might be the most loathsome thing Watts has yet done with his blog.
One of his readers notices — and gets the blatantly obvious implication:
Brad Johnson says:
May 31, 2010 at 10:39 am
Ha ha! Bloggers critical of you must hate America!