I don?t need it. It is again an issue of ?fair use,? Cliff. Or should I call you, Clifton? By the way, do you have a lawyer yet? Of course, you will need one for your lawsuit against me. I am certainly ready. In fact, I have a legal team of 30 attorneys working with my website, www.DrAdams.org. Unfortunately for you, they are committed to working against, not for, academic tyrants. Hasn?t anyone contacted you to offer free legal representation? Let me know how that goes, Cliff.
The "article" uses vindictive, rude language, language that is entirely unprofessional and inappropriate in a scholarly article.
Now, come on, Clifton. ?Your? site (not the Cal State, Long Beach site, but ?your? site) characterizes people like me as ?homophobes? for opposing gay marriage. Actually, I oppose gay marriage for religious reasons. Are you characterizing my religion as a disease? Now isn?t that just a little bit ?rude? and ?vindictive??
This person's site is an excellent example of an unauthorized web site that has no place in logical discourse.
Unauthorized? That isn?t true, Clifton. I just renewed by domain license yesterday. That was made possible by the generous contributions of readers everywhere who will pay good money to watch me kick your as* all over the internet. Now, granted, the material on my site isn?t as ?logical? or ?scholarly? as ?queer literary criticism? but we can?t all be intellectual giants, Cliff. Please don?t be so haughty and arrogant.
Cliff, you don?t have a leg to stand on, legally or morally. You don?t understand the distinction between ?commercial use? and ?fair use,? you don?t understand the First Amendment, you aren?t dedicated to academic freedom, you are obsessed with Wilde sexual literature, you hate President Bush to the point of obsession, and, more than anything, you are digging a deeper hole for yourself, while you are helping me sell books (signed copies just $19.95 plus shipping and handling on my fully authorized website www.DrAdams.org, perfect for Christmas, birthdays, or that special kid who is about to leave for college) and, not to mention, keeping me and millions of others young with the therapeutic experience of intense laughter. (Sorry for the run-on sentence, Cliff. I am not an English professor).
Other than that, you are a pretty swell guy, Clifton. I hope to hear from you soon. I really mean that.
Dr. Mike S. Adams respects the right of every academic elite to make a complete as* of himself in public. In fact, he helps many exercise their rights every year. Some say it is what he does best.