Paid or non-paid shill

Best comment ever on this blog:

“Can’t take truth on your web page? So, you are afraid of someone knowing what I posted. That makes you just another paid or non paid shill.”

Paid or non paid. I laughed out loud. Of course, I’m not publishing the comment or the commenter’s identity because they have been asked to not comment here anymore. Last time they commented, it was a very long rant filled with religious and violent imagery. Not on this blog, and not after you were asked many times to keep it on point.

I'm a doctoral candidate in the Doctor of Public Health program at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. All opinions posted here are my own, of course, and they do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my school, employers, friends, family, etc. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @EpiRen

One thought on “Paid or non-paid shill

  1. Let’s run with this one for a bit.
    Let’s say that Ren “can’t take the truth on his web page (it’s really a blog, but I niggle a bit there).
    That means that Ren is extremely masochistic, as his blogs have always been loaded with the truth, giving facts, figures and citations from highly reputable sources. Indeed, that would be the most extreme case of masochism I’ve heard of and well, I’ve heard or read a *lot* over the course of my life!

    Needless to say, the likelihood of this being a case of the most extreme case of masochism in human history is beyond unlikely. As unlikely as the likelihood of surviving the Antarctic wearing only a bikini through the winter, while outside the entire time.

    As for “paid or unpaid shill”, I only suggest that that particular poster fulfilled their own denunciation, as that individual most certainly is a shill for anti-vaccination and does not enjoy the truth at all.
    For, the posters all enjoy the notion of a mythical grand conspiracy between a handful of companies and the US government. Something laughable, as it’s secret and the US government is infamous for its sheer inability to keep a secret, whether it was how to build a nuclear warhead, overthrowing the democratic Iranian government and installing the Shah to help British oil interests out to the Congress that leaks more secrets than a colander attempting to hold water and Snowden’s “revelations”. Yeah, they can keep one secret…
    The secret of flying pigs.

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