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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Being Lydia McGrew

In the comments section -- I trust Gentle Reader to be able to see my point, within reading just a few comments, without me explicitly spelling it out.

It's too bad, really.

Incidentally, Mrs McGrew's point in the article ('Making a virtue out of necessity') is much the same as mine in objecting this.


The Phantom Blogger said...
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Ilíon said...

"I don't know if there is a problem with the link or if your comments were deleted. Because there seems to be nothing with, about or related to you, within this link."

It's in no way about me; nothing was deleted. I'm sorry, it just seemed so clear to me (and clearly, I was mistaken) that the title, "Being Lydia McGrew," would help those acquainted with the various parties to home in on the comments I meant.

It's about a manner in which Mrs McGrew commonly behaves toward her "guests" ... and which, when directed my way (and that being the first I'd noticed it), became the major reason that she and I have next to nothing to do with one another. Of course, another major reason is that my criticism of certain behavior by Lawrence Auster really pisses her off.

The Phantom Blogger said...

Yeah sorry, I realised that afterwards and that's why I deleted the comment, I misread what you had wrote.

The Phantom Blogger said...

I originally thought you mean't look how she responds to your comments.