You immediately questioned my knowledge of the topic. When it became clear that a headline writer may have been responsible for the clunky headline, you began to dissect and adapt the last paragraph of the story in a way that proves squat. Nevertheless, you persisted. You then offer the opinion that I had contradicted myself (I was actually being polite to you) and then, offered a litany of big words that only connect on a Scrabble board.
Two weeks ago, the two of you questioned my credentials as an experienced PR person. I was absolutely right that it was not a PR crisis, the two of you were absolutely wrong. When I politely pointed out how PR worked in 2017, you made a dismissive pivot to Donald Trump, which, if not purposefully insulting, was simply an invidious comparison.
Clearly you’re not the only one on ATC who insists that I couldn’t possibly know what I’m talking about. When I report about something in the BMI Workshop with Lehman Engel, I’m accused of remembering incorrectly. When I quote someone verbatim from a tape of a TV show, someone nevertheless claims the person never said it.