"Washington, D.C. used to be called 'Rome, Maryland'"
Thomas Richards is displeased with me publishing this conversation on Facebook, despite its public nature, and has de-friend ed me from facebook.
"douglas. these conversations here weren't for being published. plus you published all my friends links. that was an incredible invasion of my privacy. i ask you to take down that post immediately."
Thomas wrote:That's some behavior from a professed 'Christian'.
"that was a personal conversation between me, you and my friends. i am in shock that you posted that in your blog. and then you didnt even tell me about it."
"excuse me? no it isnt."
Me thinks he is embarrassed by his utter lack of intellectual interest in things he claims to be interested in.
What can one think of someone writing about Rome's hidden influence over Washington, D.C. planning, who somehow can't comment upon such things that reveal this, such as the political subversion of JFK's freeway plan around the time of his assassination, and of the South Capitol Mall?
Notably there is only one hit on my counter today that could by its timing [sitemeter CCR visit 85, 298: started at Sept 30, 2010 10:37:25 pm for nearly 49 minutes] be by Thomas, [time of his initial objection: Thu, September 30, 2010 10:38:41 PM]. It is via an isp that I have yet to find elsewhere during the time of our conversation, with the location simply "North America"; and it simply goes to the article itself with no referral, not as if discovered by following any of my suggestions to view my blog, but rather simply being given the article's url, perhaps by one of his handlers.