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Darby, I didn't want you to miss this question

 

To your question:

 

OK, now...what part, exactly, was it that I made up?

This part, exactly:

"He and his military assist the former Soviet Union (Russia) with their invasion of the United States."

 

Explain where you get that Titor assisted Russia launch nuclear missles on the USA. Where did Titor say that Russia invaded the USA?

 

"Boomer admits to making war on the United States and giving aid and comfort to the invading enemy forces."

 

Where did you get that Titor gave "giving aid and comfort to the invading enemy forces"?

 

And just address these statements directly. There are only two. That should be easy. :)

 

You've gottaalotta splainin' to do Lucy.

 

That's for starters. I've got a lot more.

 

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Re: Darby, I didn't want you to miss this question

 

MEM,

 

your obsession with Darby and Titor is border line psychotic... seriously son, don't you have more important things to think about?

 

Maybe if you close your eyes really tight, click your heels together five times and say, "I know titor's real, I know titor's real"... maybe, your wish \ fantasy will come true.

 

How old are you chap? A young feeble minded juvenile, I bet

 

The way that you have been jacking and spaming this forum is ridiculous. Can't you keep all of your Darby \ Titor b.s. posts to one string?

 

hugs and kisses :yum:,

 

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Re: Darby, I didn't want you to miss this question

 

Another thread with the cut & paste of a standing question?

 

Come on, Mem. This tends to end up with a parsed discussion that members, some time in the future, can't find.

 

Please don't post to this thread as I won't be responding here.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Darby, I didn't want you to miss this question

 

Please don't post to this thread as I won't be responding here.

No, I didn't think you would respond to these posts.

I'll leave it at that and we'll let the readers decide for themselves.

 

One question though. In one post you called Titor a "Clodhead" What's a "Clodhead?" Is that some Arkansas slang for something?

 

 

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Re: Darby, I didn't want you to miss this question

 

MEM,

 

"Clodhead"? I didn't call him a cloadhead, I said, "Clodpate."

 

We do get around. As John Titor on another site, I ask you if your name was an anagram for "I John Trot", aka Clown, Clodpole, Clodpate. I accidentally arrived at this site tonight and found Trott conversing with you on the thread.

Now who's making things up?

Clodpate is a character from 17th Century literature who was also known variously as Harlequin, Clodpole, Clown and...John Trott. (I John Trott - John Titor)

 

I'd previously asked him about the anagram and the reference to Trott, Clodpate, etc.. By that time I was addressing him as "Boomer." Following the anagram post he named me "Tar Baby." This all occured on Post-2-Post.

 

The first time that I logged onto TTI after Titor started posting - the very first time - he was responding to a post from...David Trott (a physics grad student at the time and currently a community college astronomy teacher in the Denver area).

 

Trott, Clown, Clodpate were the comic relief characters in Harlequin stories who feined being dolts while making fun of the more literate and refined gentry. They could "pull one over" on the Upper Class and still manage to keep their head out of the guillotine. Shakespeare would use similar characters for the same purpose in his plays to make fun of the Royal Family. I was suggesting that his name was an anagram for John Trott and that he was "pulling one over" on us with his John Titor story.

 

In this case I really wasn't trying to be obtuse with Boomer. I assumed that his education, as a historian, included some 17th Century French literature. But in the end it appeared that my reference was a bit too subtle for him. He didn't get it.

 

BTW: I have no problem responding to questions on this thread. But the original question is a cut and paste of the same question on the other thread. I responded to it there.

 

I wasn't dodging the question. But as a site Administrator and Moderator (elsewhere) I have to deal with members who can't find threads with the appropriate osts because there are multiple threads running with the same questions on them.

 

Indexing the forum is the issue.

 

 

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