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Nard Glimrod July 19, 2014 at 09:47 AM
"We simply posted a press release announcing an event to a new site; if you wish to complainRead Moreab out how long the press release has been sitting on the news site, I suggest you take it up with the site administrator." The problem is, you didn't simply post a press release, your group lobbed a thought grenade into a public discussion forum ... and then declined to participate in the subsequent discussion. My problem is with your group's apparent aversion to engaging in a dialog, versus just posting your views unilaterally and disappearing. Beyond that, thanks very much for the long copy & paste you did after your initial sentences. It's always thrilling to read a white paper and if that's what you consider to be engaging in a meaningful dialogue, then I've learned an awful lot about the Humanists of RI in a fairly efficient manner. Good luck with your little event. Maybe I'll see you next time I need some balsa wood.
Chuck Flippo July 19, 2014 at 09:59 PM
Nard, first you criticize us for not engaging, then criticize us for responding to your post. Read MorePerha ps the best way to engage is for you to come to a future protest and engage in a conversation.
Chuck Flippo July 20, 2014 at 10:36 AM
Interesting response, Nard. Actually I did not cut and paste anything; I wrote that myself andRead Morethen immediately posted it. You're made me very curious as to what exactly you are looking for in the way of a response. At any rate, by all means, should you show up we would step apart from the protest. We try to discourage protestors from shouting down others, but it's always best to take conversations to the side.
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