Pseudo-Intellectual musings by a pseudo-intellectual person.
An attempt at retraction.
Published on March 2, 2004 By PoetPhilosopher In Blogging
Dear Friends~

This is an apology to Sir Peter Maxwell, who recently suffered a minor tarnishing of character a few weeks ago. It was my fault, and although my urge is to defend or at least explain my actions, I'm just going to say I'm very sorry, and I won't do it again. If there's any method of reconciliation, I would be more than happy to jump through some hoops.

My apologies once again.

~Poet


Comments (Page 1)
on Mar 02, 2004
No problem old chap i don't hold grudges. The article concerning me gave you quite a lot of points and it gave me some good promotion so i accept your apology.

Over and Out

Sir Peter Maxwell
on Mar 02, 2004
I would also like to go on record by expressing my disappointment in this blog which tarnishes the good name of Sir Peter Maxwell. You pheasants aught to be ashamed of yourselves. For myself, I will not stoop to posting a reply on that particular blog.
on Mar 02, 2004
I think jilluser meant well when she posted the article but it was hijacked by a lesbian organization that I had annoyed with some supposedly sexist comments. Poet if you support free speech I would be glad for you to post there in support of Sir Peter Maxwell
on Mar 02, 2004
I assume you mean This Blog.

I will take a look.

Who is in charge here Sir Peter Maxwell ?
on Mar 02, 2004
Yes her, she deleted all the comments on the articles which was a shame because there were over a 100 spread over 3 or 4 threads. All I did was criticise the vagina monologues and all of a sudden I am committing a hate crime against all women apparently
on Mar 02, 2004
She deleted my comments as well.

Dyke.

BAM!!!

I am glad you two have reconcilled... Sir Peter, our friend PP here has some valuable ideas and is definitely an individual mind that needs to be nurtured rather than subjected to the common peasant philosophy. I do hope you will accept him as you have myself and my esteemed colleague Jepel.

God Bless the Queen.

Muggaz
on Mar 02, 2004
Yes we have now come to an understanding. My initial assessment of Poet was wrong and I now realise him to be a most noble gentleman and not a peasant.

Poetphilospher, Muggaz, Jepel & Sir Peter Maxwell - The driving force behind joeuser/maxwellblogs.com

God bless Sir Peter Maxwell and all of his loyal supporters

Sir Peter Maxwell
on Mar 02, 2004
I knew for certain you were the real deal when you wrote realise - you showed your true colours.
on Mar 02, 2004
My my... that article seems VERY similar to one I wrote a while ago...

~Dan
on Mar 02, 2004
Yeah, with the whole "~" and everything. It got on my nerves a little, I must say.

Trinitie
on Mar 02, 2004
Like an onion, the satire makes the eyes water at each successive peeling-back of the layers. =D

Tears of joy or pain ? Dunno.
on Mar 03, 2004
Good to see that more and more people get the richness of Sir Peter's Message to the blog world. We need more and more gentlemen to keep going on.
on Mar 03, 2004
I thank you for your warm praise Jepel
on Mar 04, 2004
Can I sue for plaigarism? No, I suppose not.. but read Brad's article about it..

~Dan
on Mar 09, 2004
You cannot sue if it is Satire Dan.

~Poet