Thursday, June 23, 2011

Devil's Radio



Here's a Harrison song from the great Cloud Nine album which is apropos of anonymous posters on Internet message boards and forums, which has been the death of any hope for civil and rational discourse there. Just as bad are the many podcasts and blogs which waste their time talking about personalities as opposed to real issues and mysteries. I regret being a part of it at times over the years.

From this point forward, I will no longer comment on other people in terms of who they are, or what they might have said about me or anyone else. I don't care about hoaxers, or self-proclaimed gurus, or bad apples, or anything else. That's all irrelevant.

There's too many important things to talk about to waste one's time with the devil's radio.

Paul Kimball

3 comments:

Ryan P, said...

Well said Paul. Hopefully others will follow your example.

steve sawyer said...

"From this point forward, I will no longer comment on other people in terms of who they are, or what they might have said about me or anyone else. I don't care about hoaxers, or self-proclaimed gurus, or bad apples, or anything else. That's all irrelevant."

Something seems to have happened.

I have noticed a recently evolving and accelerating transition in your thinking and focus of late, but this post would suggest some precipitating event may have occurred, and I find the label tags ("anonymous stalkers") also suggestive of same. Care to enlighten us as to what, if anything, has brought about this change in attitude and perspective, if that's not too personal a question?

Does this also mean less interest and discussion of the ufo phenomenon and related esoteric areas? Just curious, as always. 8^}

Paul Kimball said...

Hi Steve,

No one incident in particular, just the personal stuff in general, which, as I noted, I've been a part of in the past, to my chagrin.

I'm still interested in the UFO phenomenon (and the paranormal / supernatural in general), which is why I have no intention of talking about personalities or frauds or any of that anymore. As I said - it's just not relevant.

Paul

P.S. As to "anonymous stalkers" I have a longstanding disdain for people who post attacks on others on the Web using pseudonyms. Even when I might have gone after people, the saving grace was I always had the integrity to sign my name.