Please read the title of this post in the voice of Tom Servo from Mystery Science Theater 3000 as he says "I AM SPARTACUS".
Scott Bellware of CodeBetter.com fame made a series of posts about the upcoming Entity Framework. They can be found here and here.
As a response to one of these posts, combined with a comment he made to it, I submitted a very sarcastic comment that called him to task for something he said.
Scott not only deleted the comment I made, but started a new post based on the deleted comment. It was more ironic than funny (though it was funny, I have to admit), but it struck me as insightful.
That post can be found here.
I want to thank him for providing me with the inspiration/motivation for creating this blog because of that. My previous 'blog' which I used to post syntax reminders, among other things, was based on .Text from some randomly obscure period. By the time I got around to looking at moving it to a better version of the engine, it was too far gone. So, I'm trying out SubText. A few issues, but it seems to work.
I will have much to say about the cause and genesis of our 'conversation' (and how it relates to Babylon 5, USENET moderation, and the Entity Framework), and many other things, but I'm waiting for DNS propagation to occur before I get into the details of it.
And to anyone that's curious, the comment I made that was deleted was:
"It must be nice to be better and smarter and more pure than everyone else."
Pretty rancorous stuff, huh?