Thursday, October 01, 2009
From the injuries, it looks like a very big dog. We have a rottie and my friends have an Irish Wolfhound. The marks on this sheep show a foot bigger than either of them. Sheep Abigail will hopefully be ok.
We have no real idea what did it, but it isn’t big cat. The claws that did this are blunt.
On the whole, unless the comment is pure insult containing sexual slurs towards me or my family, (You ****ing **** fat ****, why dont you **** off) or is trying to sell something (I love your blog, now read mine and win a free ipod) or is that poor little bloke who tries to post something about refugees in Kurdistan every few weeks, it gets posted. The only time I have ever consistently censored anyone on the blog was back in 2005 when someone consistently made allegations that I was embezzling CFZ funds to spend on drugs.
There are an awful lot of idiots out there.
However, some of these latest allegations appear to have a more sinister purpose. Already one person has said that they will never buy any of my books if I censor what is in them! I am not quite sure what he means, but am sad if I have lost a potential reader, and a potential sale. However this is just part of an ongoing campaign that has been going on all year to discredit me and to try and stop people buying my books. I have a pretty good idea who is behind it, and all I will say further on this subject is that for so long as you hide behind a facile pseudonym nobody outside the canaille is going to take you seriously.
Now, I always blog under my own name, and am prepared to stand by everything I have written. From now on I will only answer criticism from people who have the guts to stand up and be counted using their own names. The sort of people who make snide remarks about the CFZ's `crumbling reputation` when we are achieving bigger and better things than we have ever done but hide behing a nom de guerre are just cowardly bullies, and beneath my contempt.
Now I wanna get on with the rest of my life, so I consider the matter closed.
The Irish lake video appears to have started a controversy. In case you missed it here is a news paper report about it:
SCIENTISTS believe this incredible footage could show a mysterious monster lurking beneath one of the deepest lakes in the
ITV has resurrected hit sci fi drama Primeval for two new series in 2011, after agreeing a ground breaking co-production deal that will see UKTV have the first run of the fifth series.
The latest cryptozoology-related news coming right up: