Whilst this debate was hilarious and, as with any clique of idiots involved in a circle-jerk, I didn't expect anyone to actually take my side, I did notice a comment by Ariadne who, despite the fact my views are probably unpalatable to her too, made an absolute child out of Holly and the reams of man-children who read her vacuous, self-wanking blog (although half the posts are about her self-wanking, so this is not likely to phase her).
She'll probably remove the comment as she removed mine (it's worth noting I would never censor my blog or anything else; people who can't stand opposing viewpoints, even when it's 30 on 1 and their viewpoint amounts to 'ur[sic] an idiot', are probably going to be the subject of a later post), so I'll reproduce it in full.
Really Holly? Really? I can understand vulgar or generally thoughtless/spam comment removal. But ousting someone because he is too wordy and gets people off topic?
because that whole thing sounded suspiciously like "he's stealing MY limelight WAH"
The context is brilliant, so I recommend you read the lot.
On top of Adriadne simply having no motivation other than strong morals, she quite correctly points out that, in numerous blog entries, Holly rails against a feminist called Twisty Faster, who is a retarded spazmong who owns this blog, for the fact that she openly censors dissident viewpoints and only allows posts that worship her and her viewpoint (more often than not, simply because she's female) to be published.
Now this is, of course, a low and crappy thing to do, and yet as you'll notice that Holly herself decided to block me from commenting purely because...well, let me quote her:
"Holly wrote...Please do not reply to these comments, as your replies will make the thread look funny. Ashur seems to have the kind of idiot tenacity that must write extensive and infuriatingly dense rebuttals to everything, which causes other people to reply, which makes every thread all about Ashur instead of the blog I'm trying to write here.
"Please do not reply to these comments". Dearest readers, please don't choose to talk to somebody. I don't like it. It makes me feel like I'm not the star of the show. I allow anyone to comment because I want everyone to choose to talk to me. I know I should only allow friends to comment if I want everyone to pretend to love me, but I don't wanna! Waaaaa people like him more than me.
Well, fair enough. As long as she isn't pretending to have no problem with people choosing to converse with one another.....wait...what's this?
"Holly wrote...Ashur, this is my fucking blog where people can have fucking conversations without your fucking permission and you need to go suck your own cock somewhere else now.
Except people who disagree, clearly. It's worth noting that that she was replying not to this comment by me replying to a person as follows;
Ashur, go home. You're not going to convince anyone. Either you're wrong, we're all too stupid to understand your point, or you're operating on a different set of subjective definitions from the rest of us. Either way, this isn't productive for anyone.
Hey, I've got an idea; why don't you shove a stick up your ass and try to control a conversation between two consenting adults that you have absolutely nothing to do with and without contributing anything!
Oh wait, you did that already :P"
Comedic gold. So for telling a guy who was instructing me not to argue simply because he didn't think I should, Holly, (who hypocritically talks about how she doesn't like "enemy of my enemy" support here) loudly declares that her blog is a place of free speech....
And promptly begins blocking all of my comments.
Now its worth noting that the few posts I made have generated more comments by up to 10 times than any of her other posts, and even the post about me generated more comments than any of her own articles.
One this is abundantly clear, and I could have kissed Ariadne for pointing it out; although she talks about how she is a proponent of free speech, her blog is actually a circle-jerk in which opposing comments are deleted and bullying is tolerated as long as it's against people who steal her limelight.
Now, let's look back at Twisty Faster. Twisty does not claim to support free commenting on her blog; she outright denied it in her guidelines for posting in which she openly declares up-front that she is going to be removing comments that do not come from within the framework of a "radical feminist theory". Well, as she's a radical feminist that's as good as removing all dissenting viewpoints, but seeing as she has been completely upfront about it there is absolutely no reason why she cannot say this; she isn't misrepresenting herself at all.
The reason I bring up Twisty Faster is because, as much as Holly thinks she's a bitch, Holly herself is a cunt. She is a cunt because she does claim that she allows dissenting viewpoints, even going so far as to claim she will never delete comments (right hand side of her blog).
Now, as of the current date, her claim that she allows dissenting viewpoints is plastered directly next to the post claiming I am an idiot and need all my comments deleted because too many people reply. I, in my infinite wisdom, took a screenshot of this which can be viewed below.
So, at least for today, Holly of Pervocracy has pride of place as the most retarded cunt I've met all week. And to think I was already planning the orgy at our wedding reception; such sweet a thing will never be, for the woman I loved turned out to be a total cumstain.
"All future comments by "Ashur," or anonymous posters with strikingly similar rhetorical styles, will be deleted." - Holly swearing to spend every waking moment making sure people don't talk to myself or people like myself. Not on her watch.
Addendum: It might be worth following some of the links of the people engaged in her circle jerk. I hadn't actually checked to confirm it was mostly men who'd stab anyone in the back in hopes that Holly would one day maybe show them a cuntflap, but it really is. Although I have some examples it really is worth just following them to their blogs. Oy vey, readers.