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At the risk[edit]

...of grossing you out, Jazzman, my take is that Bugler rather enjoys the 'bickering marriage' scenario, and would be devastated if either of his bitc... wives were actually to leave. Who then to argue with? Sleep tight! Fretfulporpentine 19:43, 15 November 2008 (EST)

Don't really want to comment except to say that I'm not grossed out because the metaphore doesn't really fit. JazzMan 20:05, 15 November 2008 (EST)

HI BUGLER![edit]

We have a fan. I added {{refappeals}} to two of Bugler's essays back in September. Then two and a half months later, I report his parodies on this page. Five days later my tags are removed. He's such a bastard and he knows it. (He also knows that he has zero case for his actions, but knows that I'm gone and can't do anything about it. Bastard). It gets really hard to stay away when you see crap like that. JazzMan 14:56, 11 December 2008 (EST)

Questions about Buggy[edit]

...wait,I am new to this site, did he REALLY admit to be parodist I mean I always thought he was, that would be so sweet if it were trueTbolden 08:51, 25 January 2009 (EST)

Indeed Bugler did out himself as a parodist. Shortly after (I think) Christmas, Assfly was primed to offer Bugler a position as a CP sysop, but withdrew the offer when Bugler attempted to convince him that his name was Brian Ugler (Assfly demands the personal information of all his potential sysops so he can call the FBI if they turn against him <_<). Shortly after, Buggie unveiled himself as a parodist and as being none other than User:Fretfulporpentine. Good times. -RedbackG'day 09:09, 25 January 2009 (ES
that's great, you know I guess I am like an addict, I have found since the election I wasn't getting my fix from the idiocy of talk radio and had to go on to something harder, thanks to Conservapedia I found it. BTW, is that why the Obama talk pages were locked---were they removing all traces of bulger? When he opined that Obama was the ultimate Al Queda sleeper cell I knew he had shown his hand...now, just to be sure, he was a parodist??? right? I don't want to look like an idiot here. Great site, keep up the good work Tbolden 09:25, 25 January 2009 (EST)
Not sure why the Obama talk was locked, probably because one of their sysops felt particularly paranoid at the time, and the Obama article/talk is locked whenever they can come up with a stupid enough excuse to do so. However, I can confirm that after Buggy was outed as a parodist (yes, he really was a parodist) that they did a lot to remove all traces he ever existed, most of which consisted of burning pages he had touched.
The bulk of the post-outing conversation can be seen here (it's an archived page, so be sure not to add to it), I'm sure you'll notice how all the links to Conservapedia return an error, due to Conservative Deceit. User:Fretfulporpentine's talk page also shows some of the fallout of Bugler's outing. -RedbackG'day 11:49, 25 January 2009 (EST)