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Jim McGinn

Apr 10, 2006, 1:49:51 AM4/10/06

Parting words of advice.

Any scientist that refers to the results of a computer model to make
predictions about future climate and who is not eager to inform you of the
calculated certainty/accuracy of these results should be ignored.


Jim McGinn


Apr 10, 2006, 1:58:47 AM4/10/06

Jim McGinn wrote:
> Parting words of advice.

that fakename retired, he'll be back with a new name in a few minutes.

He was fun while he lasted.

Why does "Jim McGinn" name pop up when searching Cato Institute
"Organized Crime"?

How did search terms: Cato Institute "Organized Crime" become synomous
with "Jim McGinn"?

Easy. Practice, practice, practice. In the few short weeks that agent
McGinn has attempted to be a disrupter of usenet environmental groups
he has associated himself with Killer Koch Brothers Organized Crime
operations, including Cato Institute, so strongly that GOOGLE.COM
automatically pops Jim McGinn up to the top of the list if you look up
Cato Institute "Organized Crime".

Looking up "Fred Singer" "Organized Crime" also puts Jim McGinn at the
top of the list.
Results 1 - 100 of 116 for "Fred Singer" "Organized Crime"

But CATO INSTITUTE has far more Organized Crime links on record...
... In fact, Cato co-founder Charles G. Koch, and David Koch director
of Cato were both called ORGANIZED CRIME by David Koch's twin-brother
Bill on CBS national television...
Results for "Bill Koch" "Organized Crime"
Results about 81 for "Bill Koch" "Organized Crime".

Here's the Jim McGinn links to Cato Institute "Organized Crime"
Results 1 - 100 of 1,700 for Cato Institute "Organized Crime"

frugal earth dweller

Apr 10, 2006, 3:30:36 AM4/10/06

Roger Coppock

Apr 10, 2006, 8:53:14 AM4/10/06
So what? Your just going to invent another pseudonym
and be posting here in a few minutes.

Eric Swanson

Apr 10, 2006, 12:12:34 PM4/10/06
In article <3mm_f.57676$>, says...

Go ahead, troll, slink back to and sci.anthropology.paleo.
Since you won't discuss the science of climate change, leave it to the
scientists. That was you in the thread "NeoDarwinism: a
faith based belief system", wasn't it?

Eric Swanson --- E-mail address: e_swanson(at) :-)

Coby Beck

Apr 10, 2006, 3:31:18 PM4/10/06

"Jim McGinn" <> wrote in message
> Parting words of advice.

The Sock Puppet's dead! Long Live the Sock Puppet!

Coby Beck
(remove #\Space "coby 101 @ bigpond . com")

D Smith

Apr 10, 2006, 5:22:14 PM4/10/06
"Jim McGinn" <> writes:

>Parting words of advice.

[as meaningless as anything else this fellow has posted in the past week
or two]


>Jim McGinn

What happened? Did the cheque bounce, or did your handlers actually
check what influence you were having and realize they were wasting their

Wouldn't surprise me if the others are right - that he's back again
with a new name soon. Of course he'll find out that the message he has
will be just as bad even though it looks like it's from a new source - it
isn't the source we reject, it's the message (devoid of substance, as it
is). He's clueless, and gets so much of the everyday basics messed up....

As the saying goes, "this isn't right. This isn't even wrong."

Jonathan Kirwan

Apr 10, 2006, 6:03:47 PM4/10/06
On 10 Apr 2006 05:53:14 -0700, "Roger Coppock" <>

>So what? Your just going to invent another pseudonym
>and be posting here in a few minutes.

From the headers (I don't get the body), I don't see that he's stopped
posting, at all. So he doesn't need to invent a new name to post.



Apr 10, 2006, 7:01:52 PM4/10/06

McGinn's Last Post to sci.environment, and Fond Rememberences of Ray
Lopez likewise promising to go away and stay away.

Does anybody find it curious that you never see McGinn and Lopez in
the same room at the same time? Could it be...? Naw, Lopez is much
smarter than McGinn, and it's hard to consistently fake being as dumb
as McGinn -- eventually you have to conclude that McGinn is operating
at his top intellectual capacity, arguing like a stunted 5-year year
old. Lopez clear has the mental capacity of a ten year old Bart

Like Lopez, McGinn came back within a few hours after his final
farewell message too.

D Smith

Apr 11, 2006, 2:02:08 PM4/11/06
Jonathan Kirwan <> writes:

Perhaps the account has been handed over to another individual, and the
farewell was from the previous hand in the sock? New hand, same old sock

Roger Coppock

Apr 12, 2006, 3:21:24 AM4/12/06
> Perhaps the account has been handed over to another
> individual, and the farewell was from the previous hand
> in the sock? New hand, same old sock puppet?

This could very well be. Fossil fools rotate in and out
of here frequently, and they do seem to suffer from
multiple personality disorder.

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