Re: TheologyWeb

From: wallyshoes <>
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 01:41:18 EDT

Also one can be "anonymous' -- in that nobody would ever recognize you.

At first I signed up as " wallyshoes" but got rejected for reasons.

Anyhow, I drop "clues" all over the place. Even Glen Morton cannot figure
out who I am under my pseudo name. He makes guesses -- but to the wrong

Burgy also has to defend his view without knowing who disagrees and here
are many (sometimes including me)

It it a bit of fun -- but I am a non-entity anyhow. Those who are famous
can use any name at all, I guess.

I drop "clues" and nobody has yet to "get them"

. In fact I dropped clues of other personalities in ASA.

It is fun! Burgy and Morton still fail to see that I may have a "apple"
Try it!


BTW -- Most TWEBBER posts are not scholarly!



John W Burgeson wrote:

> I was asked about TheologyWeb statistics.
> TW has currently 4361 registered members. Presumably some have left the
> forum so the current number is somewhat less than that.
> There have been, in the 13 or so months since it started,
> 20,000+ threads started
> 510,000+ posts made.
> The level of conversation there can be scholarly -- or inane. It is
> fairly easy to disregard the frivolous threads.
> It is web based -- one's "immortal prose" will be there (if not
> "moderated") a long time.
> It is OK to criticize ICR and AIG, but do so carefully.
> Burgy
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Received on Fri Jun 11 02:02:40 2004

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