Originally Posted by Gatorguy
Don't bother. He's proven to me to be dishonest and will probably continue to accuse you of being paid to post here no matter what you say.
He asked me point blank last year if I worked for Google. I told him no, and not for the first time either, and even went so far as to tell him I served as a moderator at three other sites and what I did for a living (Note: He's not willing to do the same). Did that stop him from continuing to claim I worked for Google? Of course not so I gave up responding to him months ago as it serves no purpose. You should do the same.
IMO he's a one trick pony when it comes to disputing what you might write. He won't argue that I'm wrong but instead claim that I have an advantage over him since I'm paid to do it. So ignore him. Otherwise the thread gets derailed by personal problems rather than holding intelligent discussion/disagreements on real
, do we really need to review the number of times you've been caught twisting or misrepresenting the facts, and outright lying? I gave up trying to keep you on the straight and narrow long ago, you're just too prolific in your fictions for me to keep up with you.
But, it's still fun to watch you do your PR job here. The way you always try to misdirect the conversation when it's bad news for Google, your little link posts that you hope no one will actually read because they don't really address the issue, or my favorite, the hit and run, where you post some bullshit and then pull the old, "I was just putting it out there for discussion" routine when you get called on it.
So, no, maybe you aren't technically employed by Google
, but it's pretty clear to everyone here that you are a PR hack who's job it is to spin what you can in their favor and throw mud on everyone else when you can't.
Now, about that privacy thing, sorry guys, there's just no way to spin that in Google's favor, they are Big Brother on the Internet, they are an unethical and criminal enterprise, and there's just no way around that