The difficulty in occupying the moral high ground is when you make the following comment:
This from a gentleman who stormed onto my blog and demanded immediate edits, all the while questioning my professionalism? I responded immediately and promptly.
Despite this Mr. Watts decides not to acknowledge my response, but instead rounds out his actions with a public insult.
Not very gracious behavior is it?
One could be tempted to call them the actions of a bully.
Not a good look is it Mr. Watts?
The comments on the WUWT post are also illustrative, as this one clearly shows:
What does a persons sexuality have to do with the debate? And why should such a charge be even considered an insult? As far as I’m concerned both gay and straight are normal, healthy expressions of human sexuality. But not for this poster, who clearly thinks being labelled “gay” is a form of insult.
Such defamatory and prejudicial material should be removed from WUWT.
As should Mr. Watts ungracious insult directed at me.
I believe an apology is in order, or there is a real risk of Mr. Watts looking like a hypocrite.
One would hope Mr. Watts responds with the same requisite promptness and diligence exhibited at WtD.
[Note: see WtD discussion guidelines on the use of language. Some off colour language is permitted, but I strongly urge all posters to refrain from personally insulting others.]