Thursday, April 15, 2010

Well, I'm Convinced

The best argument for God and the afterlife I have ever come across.


democommie said...


I don't want you at my blog. I don't give a flying fuck what you do or say, that won't change.

You seem to think that it's fun to play games by sneaking over and leaving one of your turds in the punchbowl.

Do you really want to play this game?

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Aaron Kinney said...

I left relevant comments on Democommie's blog, which he deleted. Yet on my blog, he leaves irrelevant comments, which I don't delete.

Democommie is super easy to troll. And quite gullible.

democommie said...

Oh, yes, these:

(Aaron Kinney) 4/13/10

My goodness, democommie, why do you take such drastic steps to prevent your fanbase from reading what is posted by trolls on your comments section?

I fear you don't like playing on a level field.

And I'll tell you why the General lets my comments... And I'll tell you why the General lets my comments remain on his blog: Because he is a wiser, braver, more honorable man than you.

But maybe that's why I like you more. Your cowardice and dishonesty is very entertaining.

Oh ok, well I was mostly just talking to you anywa... Oh ok, well I was mostly just talking to you anyway. And you read my comment. So, read this one too!

Man, you are soooooo easy to troll it's pathetic.

(Aaron Kinney) 4/19/10

"Do you really want to play this game?" Yes, Demo... "Do you really want to play this game?"

Yes, Democommie, I certainly do. I'm still winning, after all :D

are exceedingly releveavant, if only for your desire to get attention, of any sort. I looked at yuur comments threads. Jesus, no wonder you're so fucking lonely.

You are right, though, it is easy to be a troll and you are, without a doubt, a troll.

Aaron Kinney said...

I think you fucked up on your formatting and your cutting and pasting, you old grey haired man.


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