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Experimental Daffy Blog…

Posted by RealDaffyDuck on May 3, 2011

Check this out : http://daffysblog.wordpress.com/

I’m testing a WordPress theme on that site, which basically turns a blog into more of an active and dynamic discussion forum. The format lends itself more to actual conversations, and I’m trying to get 2-3 additional folks posting to test out that functionality.

Mostly just ruminations and thoughts right now.

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15 Responses to “Experimental Daffy Blog…”

  1. OsBama hUssein Sin Laden said

    i think its a great idea daffy – go for it! 🙂

  2. Hahaha Hehehe Hohoho said

    Well, now theres a place where all the nuts can hang out

    Prufrocks Conspiracy Lounge

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      ROTFLOL!

      Albeit I am certain once / if Prufie finds out about this, he will instantly declare that this is *my* site as well.

      … because, after all, no one else knows how to set up a website with wordpress. 😉

  3. Prufrock said

    Your blog sucks almost as much as my silver holdings.
    You are one certifiably useless waste of space and oxygen.
    Maybe if you’d breathe a little less less. . . . . .
    You reek so hellishly of your stalker’s psychosis

    Life, for self-involved X-Box morons like yourself is a just an endless series of dazzling series of “WTF” surprises. daffy + RSS feed + smartphone = official Bigdummyphone.
    And there we have it . . . . daffy, the perfect idiot chimes in yet again in his
    ceaseless quest for someone . . .anyone to be his friend.

    Oh, and my silver. Not a biggie. If I’d sold above $50.00 I’d killed, but I got greedy. Now it’s going to dip below $30.00 soon but I’m not selling. It doesn’t matter since I have more money than Graham H. Jones and all you idiots lemmings put together.

    Then there’s daffny…the big player! And now (relying heavily on an almost 4 year memory hole), you’ll be content to “let it be known” that you’ve been a big commentator and significant player on all the blogs for years.
    Your bitchy faggery “tells” fairly ooze out of anything you write . . . . you can’t write anything without your uniquely queefy dafster-esque faggy malice or your pathetic “hey bro didja see tha asshat pru . . ”

    You regurgitate your vocabulary like some mother vulture feeding it’s young, so what is it? “asshat” another of your 15-year-old internet sbitch-slapping welts that never went away
    you like to be able to use “asshat” I’, betting you designed whole websites in hopes of being able to bully critics with that moniker

    no one but a fat-assed keyboard coward like yourself would attempt to weld
    his weak, fin blabberings into some kind or erzatz legalese vomit as you did up there
    And 911 was an inside job.

    daphne. Whose sad quest for love, affection and relevancy on the web’s innumerable dating and
    personal networking sites has forced him into his current obsession: discrediting, slandering, lying and smearing anyone who won’t accept him as their own personal saviour.

    All together now. Fuck you Daffny
    Yeah . . . . for sure
    Fuck you, daffny 😉

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      Wow, did he actually write all that? Mental disorder not getting any better, I guess …

    • adman said

      Daffy Duck.

      Prufrock is lonely without your comments on Kenny’s website. He quickly tired of Keithy and apparently you’re the only one worthy of his diatribes.

      Funny is it?

      Like a little schoolboy protesting so strongly that he doesn’t like a girl, yet everything he does says otherwise.

      P.S. Love that Prufrock’s Lounge 😉

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      I’d love to know who put up prufrock’s lounge – kudos to the perpetrator.

      Has ZeroPrufie noticed it yet?

      Yeah, it must be kinda funny to watch Prufie’s insanity – in one sentence screaming for Daffy to “go away” and “good riddance” and after being repeatedly told not just by myself, but by several others that Daffy doesn’t post on BBK anymore, at all — he spent every single one of his diatribes condemning and cursing Daffy, referring to his “tells” and how he “knows” that each and every message posted is by Daffy.

      I take it, by your confirmation, that this behavior has not shown any sign of letting up?

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      Came across an interesting article, dealing with *just* that:

      Deceiving the Credulous
      …a peek into the dark, twisted world of the truthers, cousins of the birthers, and in-laws of the deathers:

      Inside the World of Conspiracy Theorists
      By JACOB HEILBRUNN
      Published: May 13, 2011 (NYT)

      “Among the Truthers” is a remarkable book, not least because its author, Jonathan Kay, appears to have emerged with his sanity intact after immersing himself for several years in the wilder precincts of conspiracy theories about everything from President Obama’s birthplace to 9/11 to vaccines. Like a modern-day Gulliver, he has traveled widely and conducted numerous interviews to map what seems like every nook and cranny of the conspiracist universe. Yet Kay, an editor and columnist at the conservative Canadian newspaper The National Post, has not written a Swiftian satire on the foibles of humanity. Rather, he sounds alarms about what he depicts as a mounting paranoia inspired by an invisible and nefarious oligarchy.

      Kay usefully cautions at the outset, “Some conspiracies are very real.” Nor is the conviction that secretive elites are manipulating the destiny of the world novel. On the contrary, Kay reminds us, the belief that coastal political elites, bankers and Ivy League intellectuals are conniving to victimize ordinary people has long been a staple on the fringes of American politics. Robert Welch, the founder of the John Birch Society, even claimed that Dwight Eisenhower’s brother Milton was in cahoots with Moscow.

      But as Kay sees it, conspiracy thinking is now experiencing a dangerous uptick in popularity. The terrorist threat has replaced the Red menace, as 9/11 had nothing less than what Kay deems a “seismic” effect on America’s “collective intellect.” He devotes much attention to the “truther” movement, which contends that the United States government perpetrated the terrorist attacks.

      Some of Kay’s most illuminating passages center not on what conspiracy theorists believe — even to dignify it with the word “theory” is probably to grant them more legitimacy than they deserve — but on why they are attracted to such tedious rubbish in the first place. He divides them into different camps, including the “cranks” and the “firebrands.” Cranks are often reacting to male midlife crises — combating conspiracies, Kay says, offers a new sense of mission. Cranks, he adds, are frequently math teachers, computer scientists or investigative journalists.

      A leading case, according to Kay, is David Ray Griffin, a former professor at the Claremont School of Theology who has devoted his retirement to writing no fewer than 11 books that examine each minute of the 9/11 timeline. Then there is Paul Zarembka, a professor of economics at the State University of New York, Buffalo, who has scrutinized “such arcane subjects as the price of individual airline stocks in the run-up to 9/11, and the tail numbers of the hijacked 9/11 aircraft.” And Barrie Zwicker, a mainstream Canadian journalist turned truther, insisted on interviewing Kay while Kay was interviewing him, hitting buttons on a chess clock to regulate the amount of time each had.

      Once upon a time such people would most likely have operated in relative anonymity. But with the emergence of the Internet, Kay says, they have established their own cult followings, along with the sense of superiority that is created by seeming to enjoy direct access to what actually makes the world tick. Kay writes: “Many true conspiracy theorists I’ve met don’t even bother with Web surfing anymore. . . . From the very instant they first boot up their computer in the morning, their in-boxes comprise an unbroken catalog of outrage stories ideologically tailored to their pre-existing obsessions.” As Kay sees it, the Enlightenment is itself at stake. His verdict could hardly be more categorical: “It is the mark of an intellectually pathologized society that intellectuals and politicians will reject their opponents’ realities.”

      But is America really in such dire straits? Hardly. Kay’s description sounds more reminiscent of Weimar Germany or other societies in a state of intellectual collapse than the habitual din and hubbub of American democracy. In concentrating so narrowly on truthers, Kay describes them superbly, but he may exaggerate their potential influence. He asserts but does not demonstrate that 9/11 “has had far-reaching social, political and psychological consequences that have yet to be fully absorbed or understood.”

      Then there is the problem of organization. At times, Kay’s book can itself appear almost as convoluted as a conspiracy flowchart. He has a habit of hopscotching between topics and eras. It would also have been helpful had he drawn a clearer distinction between the muckraker, who exposes unpleasant truths, and the conspiracist, who weaves them into a fantastic plot aimed at deceiving the credulous.

      Kay is forthright about chronicling loopi*ness on the right as well as the left. But he claims that the snobbish liberal media are at least partly culpable for the right’s zaniness, because they don’t treat its suspicions with more deference; this is special pleading. He also rehearses the chestnut that liberal intellectual skepticism has degenerated into nihilism, creating a relativistic world in which one opinion is as good as another. And he rather sweepingly writes that “modern academics tend to romanticize the conspiracy theorist.”

      Still, Kay ends on an admirable note. As his research progressed, he came to realize that his initial assumption that a distinct class of pathological crazies could be identified was mistaken. “This realization,” he writes, “has taught me to be careful about my own ideological commitments. . . . It has made me more self-aware when I bend the rules of logic in the service of ideology or partisanship.” In a book that often suggests the grown-ups are not all right, it’s a refreshingly mature confession.

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      “Cranks are often reacting to male midlife crises — combating conspiracies, Kay says, offers a new sense of mission. Cranks, he adds, are frequently math teachers, computer scientists or investigative journalists. ”

      and

      “And Barrie Zwicker, a mainstream Canadian journalist turned truther, insisted on interviewing Kay while Kay was interviewing him, hitting buttons on a chess clock to regulate the amount of time each had.”

    • Proofie showing a total lack of discipline. AGAIN! He never should have posted here after saying he never would soooooooo many times.

      Plus he did it on a weekday, what a jackass!

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      You think that’s actually the real Prufie?

      Yeah, possible, I guess – the guy has no self-control, but what he does have is an enormous *fear* of posting here, and actually directly confronting me. The guy is one huge trembling coward, and he knows it.

  4. On another digital note:

    http://digitallife.today.com/_news/2011/05/16/6656187-facebook-loving-parents-name-their-baby-like

    I have a bet this will become all the rage in Thailand. ETA 2 months. In 2031 guys will be banging lots of girls named “Like” in Thailand.

    • RealDaffyDuck said

      Sadly, you’re probably right – I look forward to a dozen illegitimate children named “like”

  5. Nuff Said said

    @ Prufrock

    sometimes we have to “go ‘broad” to bleed these fruitcakes.

    Respect.

    Nuff Said

  6. Nuff Said said

    “JACOB HEILBRUNN”

    I’m guessing he was a dissilusioned goat too?

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