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|I like "Dr." Jammer, a cute little creationist credential inflating peckerwood! Such pure delusion.|
Dembski had his chance to shine at Kitzmiller. TMLC had the chance, with Dr. Dr. helping to apply the original Vice, later changed to Vise (spelling has never been a strength of Dembski, well, along with all intellectual disciplines) to the Darwinidiots, alas, fail.
Dembski sat in on Barbara Forrest's deposition and by all accounts nearly passed out and threw up. Barbara had his ass nailed to the wall and he knew it. Dembski ran back to the Motel 6, packed his bags and didn't even leave the light on. There was this great whooshing sound as Dr. Dr. beat cheeks out of town.
Of course, little peckerwood, you were only in the 5th grade at that time so how would you know anything about shinola, hmmm?
Consider this, "Dr." Peckerwood, big bad "intelligent design" creationism heavyweight double-doctor Dembski, adult and all that, is still going whaaaaaa-whaaaaaa about a trial he didn't even participate in that happened SEVEN FREAKING YEARS AGO! But, who knows, maybe he has some microscopic Christian-ish trace of a conscience that nags him about what a lying coward he is. By the way, I wonder if he drank that bottle of scotch? That's probably nagging him, too.
I don't know, one can buy rather a large number of bottles of good single-malt scotch with over $20,000 in fees extracted out of a group of people who fired you. Choosing between narratives of selfless heroism (protecting the interests of the Foundation for Thought and Ethics) and persecution (evil Darwinists hounded me or incompetent lawyers fired me!) might become a bit blurred, let alone the question of whether to deprive folks putatively on your own side of that much working capital.
Hmmm, somebody ought to forward Dembski's article to Richard Thompson of TMLC to see whether he agrees with Dembski's assessment of his legal acumen. Who knows, maybe Thompson could figure out a way ("defamation" might be a relevant keyword) to get back his $20,000+.
I think Dembski's given up hope for any future victories, and is focused on rewriting history instead.
Well, maybe Dr. Dr. will be successful at rewriting history.
To date he's only been successful at getting himself fired from jobs!