Monday, 16 November 2009

Lord Haw Haw is above time constraints

Predictably, the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. Steadson, squawks that he has 'incontrevertible' (I presume he means incontrovertible) 'proof' that he did not have prior access to mis-information from the 'Amway' mob when he posted a comment on your Blog.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, Steadson's so-called 'proof' is a document (bearing a reality-inverting title and stuffed full of complex drivel) which states that it was issued November 2nd 2009, but which was actually posted (for public consumption) November 9th. 2009 at precisely 5 p.m. (British Time) on the 'Amway UK' Website. This was, in fact, several hours after the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw had made the mistake of posting complex drivel taken from it. Sadly, for Steadson, a whole host of free-thinking adults, including UK government law enforcement agents (who were waiting for the document to appear), are witnesses to this revealing fact.
David Brear


Tex said...


I've been talking with a woman whose 28 year old daughter was recently encouraged by her upline to sell their house, rent an apartment, and use the profit to fund the tool scam, and most of that money is now GONE. The daughter also went to a seminar 2 days after a close relative killed his wife, two children, then blew his own brains out, and the daughter was recognized as "doing whatever it takes" and providing the clear directive there is NO excuse to miss any meeting and further feed the tool scam beast. And you and ibofb want to quibble over when a document was issued. Do either of you have a single clue?

IBOFB said...

Resorting to outright lying now I see? My original "source" was this Amway critic on another forum, who posted the income disclosure info on November 7. That's the first time I became aware of it, and I visited and found the disclosure posted.

You have simply made up this story it wasn't posted until November 9.

Shame on you. Your intellectual dishonesty is legion, but to simply make up stories like this is really getting quite pathetic.

Tex - sounds horrendous, but given what my mother-in-law thinks we do that we don't, I'd want to here the daughters side of the story too.

Tex said...

You're married now? What does she think you do?

I don't know how either one of these examples of financial abuse would change much, based on the daughter's input. But if the mom and daughter are ever on speaking terms again, I'll try to find out for you.

IBOFB said...

no, not married, we'll get round to it one of these days. Just easier to use the terms that are normally applied for married.

For some reason she thinks we're spending heaps of time and money building an Amway business the last few years when the reality is we've done virtually none of either. Why she's gotten that perception I've no idea.

Tex said...

Your trite handling of marriage, while understandable coming from your atheist beliefs, is the central point of your discussions of other topics as well, particularly the tool scam. You have repeatedly dismissed major points, while misuse/abuse of facts is exceeded by nobody I know.

Your "mother-in-law" had to get idea from somewhere, have you tried talking with her about it? Does she have some other reason for not believing you, such as your aversion towards marriage, made much more significant by having a child, or your well documented twisting of facts?