Re: Mike
Sat May 20, 20:10

Mike seems to compare a tenured university professor resource’s modus operandi to a cardboard cut-out or a guy in a television marketing ad dressed up as a doctor wearing a stereoscope. What’s with the personal insults?

It makes me wonder why I am paying huge out of state tuition toward a graduate history degree including a phd history professor resource.

All I needed to do was ask Mike how to research and how to assess a valid historical perspective.

That response seems over the top and out of character for a professional historian, one who has some really good published research.

Although Joyce says she can think for herself and has no need for the peer review process. At least she is respectful of the peer review process.

  • MikePam Potter, Sat May 20 7:47
    I do know Mike, personally. He is a passionate, enthusiastic and dedicated researcher who I believe, is very frustrated with much of the modern historical writing. He is trying to right the wrongs as... more
    • Re: Mike — B.J., Sat May 20 20:10
      • Mike's biggest sinJerry Prather, Mon May 22 9:45
        BJ, it seems that you were pretty much in agreement with much of what Mike was saying early on. Even after his post Missed My Meaning in which he said "It's not over the top because it's not true...a... more
        • Re: Mike's biggest sinB.J., Mon May 22 12:55
          So Jerry, I’m not sure why you feel the need to defend Mike? He can advocate for himself. The post you referred to is being taken out of context. My post was in response to mike claiming that “I... more
    • Share your hope, Pam.olds, Sat May 20 14:53
      Up with rapprochement. My only comment would be, if Mike is frustrated, as am I, if surely to a less passionate extent, with those who are "continually printing the legend," then I would think that... more