Truth Before Dishonor

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“Speaking as an objective third party outsider with absolutely no interest in the matter…”

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/07/08

Yup, unh hunh.

From Little Miss Attila‘s comment section:

Dale July 7, 2011 at 6:58 pm

As a casual observer and in no way affiliated with FBT or the Hymer family I really see an axe grinding at this Pillar of the southern California community and his family. This man has tireless preached Christ and his word for decades. Bob the third has followed in this tradition in a lay capacity. Can’t you give it a rest after all these years? Really don’t you have better uses of your time. Thank you.
Dale Drew


7 One last note. I am not R.L.Hymers nor am I affiliated with him or his church. I just want to see you malcontents get on with your life and not make statements that a site built in 2 minutes in notepad is better than a fully functional site. Dale(not Bob)

Posted by: Dale Drew at October 30, 2006 12:32 PM (fEnUg)

This “Dale Drew” character has enough contradictions within the first comment, not to mention the outright lies. And the second comment, dated five years earlier and making a similar assertion, proves my Amanda Bynes reference.

I guess I really should thank Chris Cagen “Dale Drew” for causing me to remember the sexy young comedian Amanda Bynes and her words.

Posted in Blogging Matters, Character, crime, history, Personal Responsibility, Religion, truth | Tagged: , , , , , | 4 Comments »

Rule 5 By Way Of Rule 1

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/07/06

Or, linking to a big blog (rule 1) that shows a sexy chick in a bikini (rule 5 A and C) so we can laugh at her (rule 5 D).

I’ve actually done the very thing that sexy, bikini-clad girl did. I used a 3-meter springboard “high dive” to pull it off, but I accomplished the exact same thing: A perfect “one and a quarter” dive. I did it a lot. I never learned… how to stop at “one” or how to get to “one and a half”.

Posted in Blogging Matters, humor | Tagged: , , , | 6 Comments »

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