Hi there, kool gang of PRTistas -- guess which Minnesota anti-PRT propagandist can't handle freewheeling life on the Interweb.
As you know, Ken Avidor's been doing his usual sniping at Rob Means' PRT Idea over at Change.org.
To do this, Ken had to create an account. Which has a profile. Which has a Facebookish comment wall. So I've been using that wall to ask Ken some questions about things he's written or said, including:
What did you mean by "Polish PRT?" http://bit.ly/c9ZWVX
Have you apologized to Bill Mego yet? http://bit.ly/bLdyLP
Have you apologized to Larry Fabian yet? http://bit.ly/dtshP8
I had a whole bunch of 'em lined up and ready to roll.
What could be so wrong with that? They're just questions. It's not like Ken has to answer them, or even look at them. He could ignore them; he could delete them; he could post non-responsive comments; he could -- well, a lot of things.
Instead, he did what he does with his blogs, like Dump Mark Olson and Green Party Gone Bad, when he's losing the argument -- he shuts down discussion and hides:
I guess this means six more weeks of winter. Nice going, Ken.
Thank you, Ken, for linking Change.org readers here (2/13 6:08pm PST) so they can read the questions you were afraid to have on your comment wall
Why is Ken on Change.org anyway? In 2006 and 2008 he supported an anti-choice, pro-highways, pro-gun, anti-marriage equality candidate for Congress. That would be change in the wrong direction. Ken even interviewed that candidate, Elwyn Tinklenberg, and didn't challenge his positions
gPRT Ken, you haven't Changed (badumbum)