posted on Feb, 7 2013 @ 09:07 AM
Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by stupid girl
You live up to your handle. Instead of trying to discourage people from posting, you could simply use your brains, and see who authored the thread
before opening it up. In case you haven't noticed, ATS is a place to air out one's ideas. Or you could simply ignore the whole conspiracy in
religion section. Problem solved eh?
I'm always amused when someone resorts to using my ATS name as a double entendre. I see it as a lazy, last-ditch effort toward insult by individuals
that seem to share a certain character. Fishing them out was part of the reason why I specifically chose to use this name. Congratulations, you are
now part of that club.
I actually chose this name for a few specific reasons, however lack of intelligence wasn't one of them I can assure you.
I did not discourage the OP from posting his ideas-- and I use the term 'ideas' very loosely-- I simply asked that he not make a thread on all of
his "light bulb" moments.
Pondering possibilities is one thing, but clogging up ATS with inane, illogical, non sequitur theories-- I also use the term 'theories' very
loosely-- is quite another.
We all have random speculations floating through our mind while sitting on the toilet or driving down the road, but this is not Twitter, it's ATS.
Honestly? When I see a thread that has been authored by this particular OP, I want to look at it just to see if he's exceeded the absurdity of his
previous ones. It's like trying to make yourself look away from an imminent train wreck. You know it's going to be horrible, but you're compelled
to see that horror play itself out.
Even on the off-chance it's a thread that you can actually arrange the fragmented shards of thought into some sort of vaguely coherent thought
process, it is still devoid of any reasonable substance or direction, thus becoming ATS troll fodder and offering no real value of discussion.
I simply suggest that if the OP must post threads on his random musings, that he post his absurdities as a collection rather than each individually in