posted on Dec, 9 2007 @ 10:24 PM
I really appreciate the recognition you give me and the rest of the contributing members at ATS.com. Something about hearing your own name in a
respectful context that makes you want to keep contributing, even if only to an online community.
I would say that the people I respect would go as follows...
Beachcoma - ATS's very own untapped source of truthful and verifiable information. He's the yin to everybody else's yang. Doesn't seem to take
sides as most of us do, but merely takes the "right" side of any discussion and backs it with clinical information.
Simius - Though your voice reminds me of the guy from "Fast and Furious - Tokyo Drift," I would have to say you're easily one of the most
entertaining member of ATS. We have the same mentality in social issues, and bring up some articles that I would never think to look twice at, but
find myself enthralled by some of the wild # you dig up. I'm also a huge fan of the podcasts. It's such a nice break from the mountains of syntax I
go through a day. And, with you, I share the same love, respect, and admiration of the word "F word," amongst others. Good guy to chat with too.
Very inquisitive mind.
TomBedlam - My greatest respects go to him and his infallible knowledge of the human body and all other things in regards to science. I actually think
he's the author behind every article of "How Stuff Works." He's a good guy to talk to as well. Very down to earth and will be glad to shoot the #
with any one of us.
Benevolent Tyrant- My new favorite moderator. That cat that keeps all the little mice inline, without conducting themselves like a monkey.
Respectable and down to earth, as the people who moderate our discussions should be.
Anhinga - For all the off the wall breaking news he's posted, with special regards to health especially. Another person in the rabid pursuit of truth
and exposure to all that ails us. He's a little crazy, but crazy people are most important to have on your side.
Most of the Freemasons on ATS need a shout out as well. The mature manner in which they conduct themselves in the face of complete idiocy is something
to be admired. I've also talked to the likes of "The Axeman" and has always given me an in depth response to questions asked. I also think they
play a big role in "stabilizing" conversation. They are better men than I, because I'm not a Mason and want to rip these dorks a new.. Well, you
There's some others I'm missing, I know. I'll probably be in here a few more times in the coming weeks. As much as people hate threads like these,
I think they're important to an extent.