Don't try to worm your way out of this by changing the issue. I told you many times before that you are just as much of a jerk to others as they are to you. You asked me for examples. And when I show you this particular example, instead of owning up to it, you deflect and try to change the issue.Amit Y Ville wrote: ↑Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:35 amBy complaint you meant me reporting others breaking the rules, on your own forum? Before you clarified there kinda are no rules on this forum at all.
It's not really my issue if you're allowing others to use words like "retard", "asshat" to debate. Let's not forget the constant abuse TC1 gets about his Alison Defeo haunting. Again, you did nothing. You're protected by the fact the subject matter is very niche and has a dedicated audience like myself, but this forum looks like garbage to newcomers because of the toxic members of this community you blindly protect.
And there are those that can debate no truth in the Amityville haunting without using said insults. No issue with that, again not my issue. However no one has proven it, and once said insults are used instead of logic, pro-haunting wins.
All I am saying is that you can put away your victim card now. No one is falling for it.
I kinda agree with what Matt says (to a certain extent). You might not have thick-enough skin to be a member here. This isn't a place for those who flip-out whenever their personal beliefs are put into question. I mean, that seems to be what's going on here. It seems to me that when you can't defend your position in an argument, you resort to name-calling.Matt9290 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:01 amIronically you are one of the most toxic member! You attack anyone who disagrees with you... You never put forward a counter argument, but simply resort name calling and accuse people of being trolls. Your research and arguments are none existent and quite frankly you just annoy most people on here.
And, as I've said before, you seem to hold on to this false notion that this forum is an "us against them" setup, where non-believers are mocked and then quickly banned before they can make an argument against the haunting. Frankly, we don't need your comments of "Dan told you" or "Sherb sure got the best of you." Because that's not what we're doing. Sure, we're arguing our positions, but we welcome counter-arguments at the same time. Neither "side" can figure out what went down if we're arguing in a vacuum. That's the mistake Osuna and Katzenbach made.