Anyone else remember how a couple of years ago Dr. Gordon’s Yelp page suddenly got hit with two or three smarmy “reviews” which suggested that he was sexually harassing his patients? You know, giving them some unwanted attention in that area?
There was no coincidence to this — they had popped up immediately after he started giving static to our local Rescue Ranger Pet Parents about how he didn’t believe Peggy Wood’s on Hollywood Way was selling “puppy mill” product, and thus he wasn’t going to give them the restrictive ordinance they’d been demanding. Ah, the knives went out on that one…
Just received this comment in the morning:
People have turned against Gordon because of his stances on things and the unsavory stuff about him that many people know about and is talked about. Reasonable people are done with his transparent sky-is-falling lies. The only way he can beat even a weak candidate like Springer is if he colludes with Russia.
The Springer people obviously think that pairing Gordon with Trump — and then conducting another whispering campaign against their chosen opponent — is going to work.
Rogers is one of her big advisers and supporters. This is what he said about us a couple of years ago, and in writing no less:
I haven’t dropped by since, and won’t again in the future. I don’t want my computer’s IP address turning up as a listed visitor to a site that may one day be the subject of a criminal investigation or civil action. (Personally, I suspect the blogger is effectively “judgment proof,” living at a subsistence level and with certain mental issues that would make civil action an outrageously expensive waste of time.)
Friends, acquaintances and others occasionally copy, paste and send me what they say are recent examples of material from the author and contributors. But I give each this same background, and suggest they stop wasting their time visiting the site.
For effect, he preceded this cheery recommendation with a complete mis-phrasing of a joke we’d made about a 30-year-old job that was actually a pretty cool one for the time, but for which we’d been the subject of much current derision and ridicule from people who thought they were better.
(Interestingly enough, a recent Social Security statement pegged our income back then at — as indexed for inflation — about $55,000 a year in current dollars. Forget about the fringe benefits — that’s far more than Will’s been making the last dozen years or so!)
The guy’s a sleazeball. This is his style, and the same holds true for his friends and supporters.