I have to disagree, your calling some person that you find ugly or monstrous looking “Quasimodo” is absolutely name calling. In just the last six weeks you have called me “a redneck with a dictionary, a cracker, a toothless wonder, a class racist, a whitebread, a delusional country person, a moron, a nitwit, the stereotype of the racially intolerant rural folks, Uncle Elver, the angry bitter one” and the number one name “the greatest hypocrite of them all.” Wow, I'm here to f'ing amuse? I'm actually an olive-skinned Mediterranean man whose grandparents emigrated here about a hundred years ago to work in the steel mills of Pittsburgh. We have been here only one generation longer than Yooson Kim, and yet like everything else you tried to make this a racial incident. Even my worst critic Been There knows that has nothing to do with this, but her animosity towards me outweighs her ability to stand-up for decency or justice, she now considers your bigotry her closest ally. That's OK Been There “we all make mistakes.”Tread carefully. Name calling and negativity are two separate things. To imply that they are correlated would be a mistake.
I don't know if you have the ability to look at yourself objectively, but you really should go back and read some of you old posts. Almost instantly you size up your opponents dental condition, financial situation, housing, eduction, heritage and religious affiliation, things you could never know, just so you can call them names.
I don't think I have called you any names, I have likened you to McCarthy and Goebbels for this very reason. They wanted to fit people into neat little stereotypes, into categories so they could feel “superior.”
Mankind is your business.