There are some really, really odd people in the world today. Odd in a not very nice way. Odd in a creepy way.
It doesn't surprise me that Anthony Watts doesn't find this insulting and sexist rant creepy.
It doesn't surprise me that some people think Josh's ad hom cartoons are funny not creepy.
It doesn't surprise me that some people think it's not creepy when Anthony Watts deliberately stirs up his fans by referring to SkepticalScience as SS:
June 10, 2013 at 1:53 pm The acronym SS somehow seems so appropriate.
Henry Galt says:
June 10, 2013 at 1:40 pm Nope. SS is what I have invariably monikered them.
It's kind of creepy that all those people who don't think any of the above is creepy, also think it's not creepy to download images from someone else's private web site, plaster them all over your blog and make up paranoid conspiracy theories about them, writing:
It’s possible they made these with the idea of a false flag operation in mind.
PS To add to the creepies, one lowlife is even going to the extent of (erroneously) scrambling for a legal technicality to excuse Anthony Watts thievery and creepy perving. No morals, no values - very creepy.
And there is this (which Anthony Watts will never forgive or forget):
Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous. Read more: OFA.BO/gJsdFp
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 16, 2013
And this (h/t MikeH)
Retweet if you agree it's time to #ActOnClimate. pic.twitter.com/xZxi6KdInY
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 11, 2013
And then there is this - which is much more important than any of the above:
Recall Michael Mann's Serengeti Strategy and raise a glass to all the heroes at SkepticalScience.com for their tireless work, for keeping on keeping on in their efforts to save us from ourselves.
Oh - and this that surfaced is just delightful: