Open Letter To Jacob Hubbard:
In light of the recent arguments that were taking place between you and Serra, I have a few comments and notes I wish to express openly.
I was hoping, as I read through the back-and-forth dialogue, that you of all people would have some "meat" to discuss. Specifically if you are going to make a claim that you can back-it up. What I read was a lot of surface comments and deflections and, to be frank, personal attacks.
Personal attacks, in my opinion, are nothing but quick and cheap jabs and an attempt to deflect a question or comment. Not only that but personal attacks divert off the main course and go down paths unrelated or create conversations which have no depth, point, or logic.
While I realize you and Serra will never see eye-to-eye, I was quite shocked and taken back to the extent for which you carried the personal jabs. I am a believer that two educated individuals can have a good conversation without side-tracking. I would have liked to seen less personal jabs and more "meat." Personal jabs and deflections is just fat.
Finally, repeating what Serra posted and changing a few words is not only immature but pointless. And as a long-time user of Facebook you should have known that if you post on my wall only two people can delete what you wrote: yourself and the author, in this case, me.