Friday, November 20, 2009

250 Days and Counting...

Yep, the 250 day mark of the Jeremy Bolick challenge has passed and we're still no closer to a resolution.

For those not in the know, Jeremy is a man who has been convicted of multiple child sex offenses and possession of child pornography. Ironically, given his history, he is also someone who labelled me as a paedosexual. I challenged him to provide proof of this and, to date, his best attempt has been nothing short of pathetic.

As I commented at the time of his response to my challenge, picking a random Australian (my nationality) from the GirlChat archives and attributing his comments to me really doesn't cut the mustard. Seriously, I'd have expected Jeremy to have at least made up an IP address and then claimed that both my posts on this blog and the GirlChat posts came from the same computer. He hasn't even done this. He's just posted the GirlChat Aussie's posts and claimed they were written by me: no evidence and no proof are apparently perfectly acceptable in Jeremy's world. As a side note; given the comments of support from his cronies at AZU, apparently they don't place any importance on evidence or proof either.

Come on Jeremy, we both know what's really got you hot and bothered. You're trying to ingratiate yourself with the AZU fundamentalists whilst having a dirty, perverted past. It frustrates and angers you no end that you're a convicted child sex offender and I'm not so you want to do anything possible to drag me down to your level. Well, it won't work. The reason you've resorted to baseless non-proof tactics is you know your original claim is a lie.

Sorry Jeremy... yet again your best attempts turn out to be epic fails.

1 comment:

Warped Ohio said...

Static's the worst kind of them all, a man who sold his soul to AZU just because Sosen hurt his feelings. Static, TSand, and Metanoid, all self-loathers, all hate on the RSO activist groups because they blackballed them for being AZU spies, so all they do is bash people and agree with any AZU bullshit they say.

That's a pretty good analogy, don't you think?