There are some pests which IDists are dealing with at a another discussion board known as ARN.
One of the members there is a real pest. He goes by the pseudoname, Pixie (that’s right, this guy chose to identify himself with a species of fairy). He epitomizes the “derail, misrepresent, spam and jam” tactics of Darwinists trying to disrupt the valiant work of IDists trying to communicate and educate the interested readers.
I decided to post here at Teleological.org in the hopes of having a place where IDists can be free from tactics of critics like Pixie. Also, I hope my presence here will draw more web traffic, and I hope to soon give some exculsive news on the developing Caroline Crocker saga.
When the ARN discussion board began in 2000, it was flooded with Darwinists. In the good ole’ days, it was 100 Darwinists to 1 semi-IDist by the name of DNAunion. Things have changed over yonder at ARN.
People like Teleologist, Mike Gene, myself saw many battles over that discussion board. The complexion of that board has completely changed since those early days.
The Darwinists have been giving ground in general, not just at ARN. In 2000, ID was obscure, but now even the President of United States has endorsed it’s teaching, and this is paralleled by so much of ID’s advance into the mainstream culture. This general change in the culture has been reflected by the much stronger participation by IDist at ARN. I would also like to publicly express my thanks to the ARN management.
However the remaing crtics of ID don’t go down without a fight. They insist on being entitled to spam and jam discussion with garbage. I’ve been falsely accused of not facing them, not true. You can see their cowardly response to my debate challenges last year:
My Challenge to My Critics and Their Cowardly Response
They want to attack in Wolfpacks and in I describe in Defeating Wolfpacks how to defeat them. They are too chicken to take me on, one-on-one.
Pixie accuses me of not being able to handle his comments. Readers know I’ve been quite successful at dealing with Pixie’s comments and have dispensed with several critics who never came back to ARN after being soundly defeated in debate.
Pixie writes at ARN in:
The Tree of Life (or lack thereof)
This is exactly the behaviour I was describing. If you do like how a thread is going, you like to delete. If you are posting rubbish, you make a thread the skeptics cannot post on. Even better, you have your own forum, and you can delete the comments you cannot handle.
I can handle any of your comments, Pixie. I can also handle the excrement of dogs. My unwillingness to handle dog excrement does not imply inability to handle dog excrement, only dislike of the doing so. Same principle applies to your comments.