|'Delingpole' often tricks journalists into comedic interviews|
"Lloyd interviewed a number of victims whose lives had been ruined by the vast, swooshing wind towers looking over their homes.....Their chickens were laying eggs without yolks; their ewes were giving birth to deformed lambs; their once-active dogs spent their days staring blankly at the wall.."Great work, 'James'. Ha Ha. Do you really think a serious, important issue like climate skepticism is fit for your fictionalised accounts of pseudoscience? Seriously, I've had it with your parody articles - the discussion should be serious and informed, and I wonder how The Australian would feel if they knew you had deceived them into publishing your shameless ridicule of the proud and solemn climate skeptic movement?
|'Delingpole' hams it up for the ladies|
You might feel clever, but your comedic techniques are transparent and unimaginative. Anyone with an eye for comedy can perceive your methods instantaneously. The absurd persona you've created, (snooty, hyperbole-obsessed, abusive Brit) is too crude and exaggerated to be even barely believable. Real climate skeptics are nothing like the surreal character you've dreamt up. They're intelligent, well-spoken and they don't rely on childish provocation and bullying. You know, some humourists work on subtlety and class. You went too far, 'Delingpole' (or whatever your name is).
|'James' pretends to be a serious |
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Just keep in mind, 'James Delingpole', that not everyone falls for your 'parody' crap, and that not everyone finds your silly articles 'funny'. I'm onto you.
A concerned citizen