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Things I Think About, by Peter Bowditch

Tim Bolen joins the world of fairies

Patrick Timothy Bolen, spokesturd for cancer quacks and dentists who sexually molest their patients, publishes an insane newsletter which he claims goes to “millions of health freedom fighters”. In his latest rant he has this to say about me:

Example – suppose one of the more well known pseudo-skeptics, Peter Bowditch, decides to ignore the “Protective Order,” and attack witnesses on his Australian based websites.    Easy answer – he’d get one Order signed by the court, and a time limit to comply, whether he is in Australia or not.  After he refuses to obey, or misses the time limit, Doctor’s Data simply informs the judge of that fact, and hands the Judge a new Motion – one, this time, ordering the  Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), based in Marina Del Rey, CA, to seize Bowditch’s internet domains – and turn them off.  Poof – in a microsecond, Bowditch is gone from the internet, a bad memory, like a fart in an elevator.

Just try it, Tim. I’m waiting.

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2 thoughts on “Tim Bolen joins the world of fairies

  • Jennifer McDonnel says:

    Can’t remember the last time Bolen was wrong. He’s always been right about Barrett, Polevoy and you. In fact I remember Bolen commenting on your criminal past….he was right. I also remember Bolen commenting on your alcoholism and Type II Diabetes….he was right again. I also remember Bolen commenting on a court ordered retraction…right again and again.

    By the way, do you ever read what you write….you sound like such an arsehole…..

    Thanks for listening….arsehole!

    • Hello Jennifer,

      Do tell me – what details of my criminal past and alcoholism did Bolen reveal? As neither of these exist they must be more products of Tim’s fertile imagination.

      As for the diabetes, why should commenting on that have any meaning at all? I announced it to the world on my web site and on a widely-heard radio program within a week of getting the diagnosis, so it’s no secret.

      It’s also no secret that a company found by the Federal Court to be operating an illegal pyramid scheme had enough money to pay lawyers to get a court to ask me to stop telling the world that they had been found to be operating an illegal pyramid scheme. Are you in favour of pyramid schemes? Do you think that people who behave illegally should have the right to stop others commenting on their illegal actions?