August 8, 2010

Who Do The Urban Myths
Skeptics Think They Are?

This latest blog is just another example of how the Urban Myths skeptics think they can play judge, jury, and executioner.

Going to A County Fair...Without Their Daughter

So from Twitter we find out Keith and Nicole have gone to the fair. But the skeptics always say the tweets are fake because there are no photos. Today when we have a photo the commentary is "Look at the bad parents".

What won't the skeptics tell you? Nashville and the Middle Tennessee area have been experiencing a heat wave this past week with temps easily over 100 degrees.

Tennessee’s Heat Wave Most Intense Since 2007

So if the skeptics are smart enough to figure out which fair Keith and Nicole went to they'd also find out the only thing there for a child as young as 2 was a petting zoo. Not really worth the heat stroke for a fair-skinned little tyke is it?!

The dumb keep getting dumber, don't they?

It's. Just. That. Easy.



Anonymous said...

Bad parents are those who spend years on the internet instead of spending time with their children. Bad parents are those who teach hate, are judgemental and use vulgar language. Bad parents are those who leave their families to chase a celebrity around the country. Bad parents are those who laugh at healthy eating and exercise. Bad parents are those who are obsessed with stalking a stranger. Bad parents are those who make up and spread gossip about people they don't know.

Bad parents = the skeptics

Anonymous said...

Anon, you said it perfectly. The skeptics have their own rules of parenting and that is spewing lies & gossips on the web, spending their time looking for something & write made up stories of people they don't know and lie, lie, lie to satisfy themselves. Lying makes them happy. They eat and breathe lying and their lives are full of hatred and lies. What a sad way to live a life.

Anonymous said...

I'm cracking up over taralea/hitnrun trying to make sense of the blind vice. Of course she thinks she knows what the writer meant; she wrote it! In case you haven't seen Crazy days and nights website, you can email them stories. They also have this disclaimer;

Crazy Days and Nights is a gossip site. The site publishes rumors, conjecture, and fiction. In addition to accurately reported information, certain situations, characters and events portrayed in the Blog are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Information on this site may contain errors or inaccuracies; the Blog’s proprietor does not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the site's content.

Bahahaha! Keep trying skeptics! You look more stupid every day!

SkewerMistress said...

Thanks Anon for such an enlightening disclaimer! It's going to come in handy for the sidebar revamp!

Anonymous said...

The blogger of CD&N just likes to see the skeptics salivate. Ted and Lainey are the same. They know those retards on E will link their sites.

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