If 16 hours of round trip travel to North Carolina and back to Myrtle Beach to unsuccessfully contest a restraining order in court requires – what was it? A full day of recovery – then a 40 hour trip from Myrtle Beach to I’ll Be Quirky and points west should kill him.
Unless they cooked Onyx and took her along to snack on…
To prove he's macho, Marvin Rodriguez of MJROD Consulting of Peoria, AZ, seems willing to risk his fortune by continuing to tell lies for the entertainment of people who hide behind the veneer of anonymity. Does @sonoranconserv really want to play this game? pic.twitter.com/9i6Xl1K9J6
Very clever of the failing blogger who isn't so stupid to make the claim himself that someone is faking an illness, but instead lets his ever-decreasing readership make anonymous comments to that effect. Anonymous cowards are anonymous and cowardly. #parkinsons
Of course, the anonymous cowards have a cowardly reason for being anonymous. They're cowards — afraid of the consequences that libel would cause them. I would think that anyone challenging a diagnosis should put their NAME by their accusation, if they feel it's true. Dare?
Then again, if you state it's your OPINION that someone is faking a diagnosis, you would have the opportunity to CORRECT that statement when presented with proof of your mistake. But clearly, none of the socks on that blog has the balls to claim it outright, with identification.
Let's face it — who has more credibility? Nationally-renowned experts on a specific illness who have made the diagnosis and would say so in court? Or sniveling alt-right turd nuggets who don't have the courage to reveal themselves? Survey SAYS… ding!