What set Noble off? 8

I’ve been wondering what about this blog is so irritating to Perry Noble that he decided to libel me in front of his 7,400 Twitter followers.

My working theory: He astutely detected that we have a slight difference in vision and methodology.

8 thoughts on “What set Noble off?

  1. JT May 8, 2009 11:58 am

    You ask what about this blog so irritates Perry Noble.

    I think it’s two things:

    1) He disagrees with your vision of this blog’s purpose.

    2) He disagrees with your methodology for promoting your vision.

    Sound familiar?

  2. Tommy F. May 8, 2009 1:20 pm

    JT: I think it’s simpler than that.

    Ace is irritated that he can’t fire JDuncan. Having someone pay attention to you who raises legitimate questions, and is read by many, many people every day must be really annoying.

    That must really make him throw up in his mouth.

  3. matt May 9, 2009 2:55 pm

    Wow, that comment was competely immature.

  4. Tommy F. May 9, 2009 5:03 pm

    Which one?

  5. anonymous May 10, 2009 9:38 am

    I think it’s a bit arrogant to assume he was addressing this blog. He has more than one critic, this venue being one of the weaker ones.

  6. James Duncan May 12, 2009 12:16 am


    Wouldn’t it be nice if he (and Furtick) could actually link to these blogs so we could see just how awful they are?

    Are there any other blogs that cover PN’s Twitter?

  7. Twit May 12, 2009 2:19 am

    Are there any other blogs that include PNob and TFred’s tweets unexpurgated – complete and in-context?

    (Context seems such a dirty word when used to describe their tweets)

  8. Micah May 13, 2009 12:44 am

    …Especially Furtick,

    cause I mean, only “These freaking wusses would never say this stuff to [someone’s] face.” They would have to be “a pitiful bunch of anonymous cowards” not to come out and identify the person, and address them.

    Surely “Instead of talking about [someone],” the would “come talk to [them].”

    Especially since “the expression of your views” apparently isn’t biblical.

    but don’t take my word for it:

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