I plucked some made up statistics from my arse regarding the percentage of bloggers between 1st January 2011 and 23rd January 2011 who think that James Delingpole is a bit of a tit. After this week’s Horizon on 24th January I then plucked another set of made up statistics from a different source and spliced the two data sets together to form the following graph.
I see that you've smoothed out the "Mid-January Dellinpole-is-a-tit" period. Because of this, I dismiss your entire blog and most of physics.
Yes, I suspect you have hidden the dick line (scientific term for 'Dellingpole opinion') using some kind of trick!
A large group of fanatics believes that we're all going to burn if we carry on sinning, and James Delinpole calls bullshit on the whole thing.
I thought you'd be on his side.
When I first looked at your graph, I thought it must be wrong, because way more people thought Delingpole was a tit before Horizon. But then I realised your mistake: you were counting only people who thought he was a tit, and omitting those who described him as a plonker.
There are northern hemisphere pine trees that think James Delingpole is a bit of a twat. Friends, I think there we may have found the solution to the Divergence Problem.
I don't know what you're all talking about, I thought Delingpole came off as a man who clearly knows what he's talking about, is in command of his subject, has a striking depth of scientific knowledge and in no way massively freaked out when Sir Paul 'mentally raped' him by asking sensible questions.
Nah, I'm just fucking around, Delingpole is an utter wanker
Surely the data that you spliced on the end is for the percentage of people who think that Delingpole is a penis? As anyone who has studied Eng Lit at Cambridge will tell you, you can't add apples and oranges unless it is in a poem and it rhymes.
You poor deluded tit-nazis don't realise it's all to do with a big dick or something and is just a normal part of the erection cycle.
Here's some blog-reviewed evidence I found on the internet which one in the eye for you Guardian-reading tittists...
I spoke with God yesterday.... Do you want to know what he told me?
dawkins - got you...
who's the WINGNUT?
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - JAN 1, 2011
OMENS OF DEATH:
an example and warning of the fate of those who try to divide people....
Delingpole clearly trying to hide the decline using the "David Coleman's Hair" trick.
Glad you did this - it would have been so easy to just attack the man and not objectively and dispassionately review the science.
A radical stance on anything is not the prettiest of sites and in the desire to avoid the slightest departure from the mainstream science groove a fundamentalist mindset is easily developed.
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