But what caught my inquiring eye was his last post on the subject, and in particular, this first sentence:
Some of you self-proclaimed mavens of intellect, consistently use the same, weak, ad homonym tactic to convey some kind of all-knowing superiority over those of us that do not fall within their political or ideological view, especially when it comes to religion.
I thought to myself, gee, that's quite a sentence there Jer. It had a cadence to it. A nuance of an experienced writer who was resolute with his ideas. It was nothing like I had ever seen from the Decider. And to be quite honest, I had to know what a "maven of intellect" was. Well, with a quick click of this here mouse, I highlighted that whole aformentioned sentence by accident and hit search on Google before I could even say "maven of intellect." And it churned out ONE hit:
Naturally, I clicked on the link and it brought me to some archive of comments about an anti-Japanese propoganda film. Ok, whatever. Made no sense until I scrolled down a bit to the 11th comment made by a "Delineate" who said this:
Every post I read in this thread, posted by self-proclaimed mavens of intellect, consistently use the same, weak, ad homonym tactic by using words i.e., red state, redneck, hillbilly, neo-con, etc., to convey some kind of all-knowing superiority over those of us that do not fall within their political or ideological view.
Take out/add a few tiny words and you basically have the exact same sentences! How can this be? Perhaps it's mere coincidence that two people can actually talk that way....but I doubt it. Omg, is Jerry Waters this "Delineate" guy and figured hey, what a great quote, might as well use that baby again? Or did he simply Ctrl-C that sucker and try to pass it off as his own? Either way - LAME! hahahaha!