reply to post by Fitzgibbon
Whether you accept it or not, denying ignorance doesn't mean I have to quietly sit by and accept at face value all assertions by all comers if I know
differently anymore than I'd expect anyone else to were I to make wild assertions about a group they're a member of.
The old tedious persistence wears out resistance strategy. How lovely.
1. Nervous poster claims to have had a revealing experience that caused him no small amount of mental trepidation.
2. Nervous Masons circle to immediately tell him what’s wrong with his story, rather than calm his fears and draw the rest out.
3. Nervous Masons begin talking about spelling, and ash clouds, and inventing things in his post that just aren’t there.
4. Nervous Masons start to contemplate the meanings of such things as Jetlag!
5. Proto arrives and spanks nervous Masons for being bad children and chides them to play nicely!
6. Masons go to bed, so Proto can go to bed!
7. Intelligent Posters wake up, and start asking each other questions and discover there is much credence to the Original Posters story through other
independent sources they have discovered.
8. Masons wake up and see Proto is still sleeping and start misbehaving!
9. Proto wakes up spanks Masons again!
10. Mason decides to try to make Proto appear mean and not benevolent.
11. Masons still worried about revelations coming out about OP’s story.
12. Masons like to talk about other things beside the OP’s story!
13. BECAUSE MASONS ARE AFRAID OF THE OP’S STORY!
That pretty much sums it up where I am sitting!
Meanwhile Original Poster has long been run off his own thread, deliberately, by Masons telling Original Poster he is not a Mason and if he is he is a
Masons tell everyone what is not, because Masons are part of a conspiracy that they can’t ever reveal what is.
Masons play silly game.