On 5/30/07, jayjg <jayjg99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The hypocrisy of the vast majority of the posters, who
insist that Wikipedia
editors should not remain anonymous *while posting from pseudonymous
accounts themselves*, is breathtaking.
May be it would be, were it there at all. I don't share Daniel
Brandt's extreme views on exposing people, but I don't think there's
much point in trying to engage him over it either. I'm not opposed to
anonymity, but I know that it isn't a right either. I'm getting a
little ticked at the way you misrepresent me here.
Uh, no, because there aren't any serious
criticisms to be found.
Your opinion, but not mine-- which is not to say I think that
discussion there is uniformly or perhaps even commonly of high
TNH isn't an attack site. On the other hand,
*your* favorite message board is.
THAT was way out of line. You have no idea what my favorite board is
(hint: it has nothing at all to do with Wikipedia). You want
hypocrisy? Hold your post up to a mirror.