If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
At the risk of sticking my neck in the guillotine, I'd just like to remind everyone that there are two sides to this story. Yes, this is Philip's site, and he can write whatever he likes. And he does paint a descriptive portrait of the happenings at aD over the past year.
But I think that it's important that this case not be tried in the court of public opinion, especially because the other side is keeping mum (as is typical protocol when a case is in litigation..)
Again, I have no interest, personal or financial, in seeing either side win. It makes zero difference to me, as i'm just watching this from a distance like everyone else. (Though it does sadden me to realize that there probably won't be any winners here, regardless of the outcome of the case.) I've admired much of philip's work, and I also have a great deal of respect for many of the folks that I worked with at aD.
I just don't like to watch lynchings, virtual or otherwise. Please consider keeping an op...