“Simply pretending to hold a watermelon does not validate your argument”

“Simply pretending to hold a watermelon does not validate your argument” October 9, 2013

“Simply pretending to hold a watermelon does not validate your argument.”

Steve Caruso

Via Robert Cargill. See also the posts by Nathan Campbell, Tom Verenna, and Joel Watts about Joseph Atwill’s claims for more of the background. (UPDATE: Now see also posts by Unreasonable Faith, Richard Carrier, and JT Eberhard)

 

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  • “Simply pretending to hold a watermelon does not validate your argument.”

    -[Grins]. I’ll totally be using that in the future.

  • Just Sayin’

    Now we will have Jacobovici accusing his critics of mocking his Jewish manual expressiveness.

  • I’ll check out Cargill’s and Verenna’s posts, but I’ve deleted Watts from my bookmarks since he gave up his credibility, forging an email to win points against Neil Godfrey.

    • I’ve been hesitant to link to his blog since then, but there have been so few that mentioned the Atwill stuff that I thought that perhaps it might usefully clarify the background to the middle figure, who is arguably the least recognizable in the image.

  • Brad Matthies

    McGrath has been assimilated. It IS aliens. All hail Giorgio A. Tsoukalos!

  • Tom Verenna

    Thanks James!

  • Thanks for the linkage.