Dumb as a sackful of hammers
Further to my post about Mr Lawrence Robert Estavan, aka livingengine, aka the admin of the Facebook hate page Loonwatch Is A Propaganda Hate Site, I found a nice little Muslim-hating comment he'd posted under his real name under a piece on Islamic science on the Illume magazine site. Here's the exchange:
It's sweet that he imagines a look at his FB page shows me having my head handed to me, when as I pointed out in my earlier post (and to Lawrence in my reply) the one-sided conversation that remains just makes him look like someone talking to voices in his head. Take a look: the link is the same one I posted at the start of this piece. Seeing as how I was actually on his page when he was deleting my comments and could watch them going one by one, I have my doubts about their deletion being accidental, but maybe it was: my comments on earlier pieces from months ago have vanished too (Google "Rob" but not "Robnoxious" - that's somebody else - on his Facebook page and you can see traces of the comments in the search results, but they've all vanished to leave just the nutter shouting.)
Anyway, bless him, the lad managed to find me here (possibly by Googling his name or that of his hate site) and posted pretty much the same comment:
He got his head handed to him. check it out. https://www.facebook.com/LoonwatchIsAPropagandaHateSite
As well as showing that he doesn't realise you can do proper hyperlinks in blog comments, the comment is funny for two reasons. Firstly, it's anonymous, which rather makes my point about his cowardice. And secondly, it's under the wrong post: he put it under the one about the fundraiser for the GSA. I can't decide whether this is another example of his moving things around to make it harder for folk to see him lying about what he has written, or whether he's just careless. Of course, if he'd put it in the right place he could have spared himself the effort, as the link he doesn't quite manage to post is already in my article to show how funny his page now looks.
Of course, the funniest thing of all is his delusion that I "got my head handed to me" in a series of exchanges where I answered every point he made and he answered none of mine other than by changing the subject. I wish I had screen shots of them. Ah well.
Loons are FUNNY!