mrshumphreys wrote:I don't know what happened, but having just remembered that I posted in a thread in a joking way that Greeney did used to confuse my husband with myself, I came back to check the thread and found it locked with mention of a deleted comment.
Greeney's post, which he deleted, was a big useless rant about why people shouldn't get mad about certain goings-on over the Internet, since they don't use their real names as their moniker or give their locations. It was a waaaay overly extensive, longwinded rant, geared to do nothing more than divert from the real issue at hand, which was -- him getting mixed up about who says what, because he forgets and/or doesn't pay attention, due to his condition.
mrshumphreys wrote:I'm not entirely sure what I started, but I'm sorry.
You don't have to be sorry about anything. You did nothing wrong.
mrshumphreys wrote:I didn't come back here to start arguments or get threads locked. I just noticed the other day that Mr. H was poking around and posted, and I thought I'd poke my head in and say "Hi," as well. I'm guessing that was a mistake, but I honestly meant no offence whatsoever.
What happened is quite simple. I commented about his silly post, and once I made him realize just how silly it was, he deleted it to save face (whatever's left of it), then locked the thread so I couldn't say anything about it.
I think deleting your post after someone comments on it is a real dastardly thing to do...then locking it afterwards and leaving mine hanging in the breeze is tenfold dastardly. If that's not abusing your mod powers then I don't know what is.
Then has the gall to tell me, in the other locked thread, that I'm breaking rule #1, when he does it all the time. Wow man. Just...wow.
But I'm sure this'll end up getting deleted and locked as well, to further hide the facts.
I don't believe what I believe because it's what I desire to believe. I believe what I believe because it's what logic causes me to believe.