It is quite perverse, to say the least. Anonymous will come in here and say things like:
From someone who would rather see children naked I don't think you're in any authority to see who got waxed.
Pray harder? That's better than seeing naked children. Unlike some people.
Now, there is a small problem with his accusations. I never said anything of the sort, and he would be hard pressed to quote me on anything like that. I've already refuted Frank's naked kids claim, and my good friend Olly absolutely blasted these retarded Christians out of the water. Finally, I noted that naked children tend to be found among clergy and Christians, not atheists.
But still, anonymous persists. Why? Because anonymous is projecting. Anonymous constantly thinks about naked kids, and can't wait to take an opportunity at every new post of mine to deflect his own perverse fantasies on to me. This is because anonymous is a Christian, and Christians are used to self-deceit and compartmentalization.
It's obvious by the frequency of anonymous' kiddie trolling that he is obsessed with the topic. Maybe anonymous was molested by his preacher or something. But in any case, anonymous is a Christian pedophile. Wait, isn't that redundant?
I'm also curious as to who this "anonymous" is. Should I force them to at least use a sock puppet account and forbid anonymous commenting on my blog from now on? Who thinks I should require a blogger account for commenting on my blog? Who doesn't?