User talk:EternalCritic

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I wonder whether you'd be interested in creating a page on Cato? He's quite an important figure in the Divine Comedy, which is why I'm personally keen to have an entry for him, but I don't know much about him as a historical figure, whereas you seem to have some expertise in ancient history.--CPalmer 08:01, 23 October 2008 (EDT)

Also, nobody seems to have welcomed you yet, so welcome to Conservapedia!

Thanks for the welcome, but which Cato was it? Cato the younder, or Cato the Younger as they were both very important historically in different ways.
I'm afraid I'm not sure. I do know that the one I'm talking about committed suicide, if that narrows it down.--CPalmer 11:04, 23 October 2008 (EDT)
That would definitely be Cato the Younger who killed himself after the defeat of his forces by Caesar during Caesar's removal of opposition to his rule.
That certainly rings a bell. I expect articles on both Catos would be beneficial here (though there is much else to do as well, of course).--CPalmer 11:11, 24 October 2008 (EDT)
I'll see when I can fit it in. So far my abiliy to access my research notes is limited, so my entries are not up to snuff for me.


Flinging around accusations of spuriousness isn't going to do you any good, EternalCritic, though I suppose we might have been warned by your name. Eternal criticism loses any value and amounts to nothing more than ill-motivated vandalism. Please turn your energies towards more constructive purposes. You could research the Obama thesis and find further supportive evidence, since your 'tests to destruction' have failed - or there are plenty of tasks needing a master in the News Project or wanted pages sections. A word to the wise, I hope... Bugler 07:11, 18 November 2008 (EST)

I won't waste my time reinventing the wheel. No matter what evidence put forth, or how often the fallacious arguments are refuted, Andy is going to keep that garbage in there in a hope that it will come true, which it won't. Please refrain from posting on my talk page without something of interest to say. EternalCritic 08:56, 18 November 2008 (EST)

That wasn't very nice, Ames. When you return, please try to be nice. Thanks. HenryS 13:18, 21 November 2008 (EST)