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Dec 21 2011

Now that’s what I call Public Relations

The Twenty-First Floor gives us a video by someone called SKEPTICSExposed, titled Rhys Morgan Harassing Burzynski Clinic. It is deeply absurd.

The video then goes on to try and link Rhys to the identity fraud of James Randis longtime partner in exactly the same way that Marc Stephens did in emails to Popehat and even using the same images. Which does make me wonder if SKEPTICSExposed might be down to the infamous Marc Stephens. Particularly as, like the red arrow letter before, these videos don’t attempt to address any of the arguments made by Rhys  and others.

Oh surely not. Surely Marc Stephens wouldn’t be so silly as to continue trying to bully Rhys Morgan even now that the Burzynski Clinic has issued a press release saying it has severed its relationship with Marc Stephens. I mean he wouldn’t go around trying to bully skeptics as some kind of wack hobby would he?

Mind you he is still deeply involved with Ken White aka Popehat – still corresponding with him with near-amorous intensity, still trying to tell Ken what to do on the basis of not a damn thing.

Skeptics have all the fun, wouldn’t you agree?

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  1. 1
    keith

    That was AMAZING. This guy is almost as delusional as Orly Taitz, and just as entertaining.

  2. 2
    Ken

    “near-amorous intensity”

    I just threw up in my mouth a little.

  3. 3
    evilDoug

    Though I am sure Ken will get fed up with the ijit after awhile, I kind of hope Stephens continues. It really does make for an enjoyably strange but weird serial. Kind of an internet penny dreadful.

    I haz idea for hat, inspired by MAS’s “govern yourself accordingly” – like a propeller beanie, but with a version of a centrifugal governor, as used on stationary steam engines, instead of the propeller. The more exasperated the wearer gets, the faster the governor spins.

  4. 4
    evilDoug

    That judge MAS refers to – I suspect perhaps he is a judge of turnips at county fairs. Pehaps he helped MAS up after he (MAS) fell off the truck.

  5. 5
    raymoscow

    Popehat is my new hero.

  6. 6
    Ophelia Benson

    Sorry, Ken…but I’m sure you’d already noticed the spooky intensity without any nudge from my playful wording. He looooooves you, man.

  7. 7
    Rieux

    Popehat clearly has a more exciting legal career than I do. Sigh.

  8. 8
    Ophelia Benson

    I know, he clearly has a lot of fun. The lucky.

  9. 9
    Ken

    Actually, as with most other careers, mine is islands of fun in an ocean of suck.

  10. 10
    evilDoug

    Ophelia notes in her comment at Twenty-First Floor “apart” is used at least twice in the video, where “a part” should have been used. I knew I had seen that same misuse somewhere just recently – and there it is in Stephens babble at Popehat – in two different places!

    “Shutdown” is used in the video where “shut down” would be correct. I wonder if that same misuse could be found in one of Stephens threatening letter. I’m not ambitious enough to do the checking right now.

    I’d be willing to bet my governor beanie patent that the video is by Stephens or his worms (or whoever the rest of “we” is/are).

  11. 11
    Lycanthrope

    I quite like the phrase “on the basis of not a damn thing.”

  12. 12
    evilDoug

    Oh, pooh! Aplogies to Andy who commented just above Ophelia at 21st Floor, and noted the same thing I did, before I did. I saw Ophelia’s blue butterfly and zipped right past Andy’s comment to read her’s.

  13. 13
    Ophelia Benson

    evilDoug – yes, I was just expanding on what Andy said, because I spotted two as opposed to one. It was Andy who saw the telltale mistake.

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