An interesting development to my recent post about discrimination
Let's look at Mr Ellery's comment on that other blog, shall we?
So, completely impartial and fair-minded then.
I'm not sure why someone I've never heard of and with whom
I've had no previous dealings, would seek to malign my name for no
justifiable reason in a public forum, but it's a shame he should violate
what I'd hope is the ethos of his club by bad-mouthing me for merely
expressing an opinion. By not contributing anything meaningful to the
topic on that other blog and resorting to malicious comments about the
character of someone completely unknown to him (me), he surely epit-
omises the definition of the very word with which he attempts to sully
my name. Now perhaps you understand why I so robustly defend
myself when other detractors do the same as him. The reason
is simple - lies spread quickly when not cut off at the root.
Shame on you, sir! Shame on you!
Never one to take things lying down,
I sent Mr. Ellery the following email:
"I take exceptiom to you describing me as a well-known
troll on Tony Isabella's blog. I may be well-known (debatable),
but expressing an opinion that you or anyone else may disagree
with does not qualify me as a troll. Be assured that I will be
exploring my legal options to make you accountable for
publicly maligning me."
Mr. Ellery didn't reply, but later left
this comment on Mr. Isabella's blog:
"And now he's trolling me by email and on his own blog."
Now, I'm not quite sure how sending a civilly-worded
email to someone who has publicly defamed me equates with
trolling, but Mr. Ellery clearly isn't interested in accuracy or the
truth. However, now I'm trolling on my own blog? Doesn't
seem to be connected to reality either. Some people, eh?
Now, should he remove his 'trollish' comments from Tony
Isabella's blog, I'll consider removing this post about him.