I'm paying him exactly what he's worth (ie nothing).
Glad to have you as one of my patients. Are you sure he can afford you?
I'd like him to explain how pointing out domestic violence is normalised in a particular community is "failure to understand my own inadequacies"... he's the sort of psychotherapist who would blame you for your own problems as soon as you walk through the door.
I always knew that my recent posts would be too subtle for you to decipher.
My God but you're so damn superior aren't you. Does your massive head fit through your front door? I'd be surprised if it didn't have to be specially modified -
It’s all about the methodology you employ to argue your case. The subject matter is totally, TOTALLY, irrelevant. Domestic violence IS abhorrent, no question. I find it offensive that you think I condone it. You consistently justify your position regarding our pet subject with “They do it too, so it must be ok for us as well” or, “If we stop, they’ll keep doing it anyway” but now you totally denounce that reasoning when applied to something else. Double standards, pure and simple. If you use those arguments to justify coal then you must use them to justify everything else horrible in the world. You're a hypocrite if you don't.
There's ZERO moral equivalency between a completely dodgy psudo-science in the form of "catastrophic anthropogenic climate change" and the very real experience of women stuck in abusive relationships that a seventh-century Arabian war-lord's philosophy helps justify. None. Frankly its an insult to those bashed women that you'd even try and compare their experience to the false God of climate change.
You Church of Climatology people consistently fail to appreciate that all you are parroting is simply a doomsday cult with a history of failed predictions - not a single thing that has managed to come true - and yet you're still ardent believers in it like fading Jehovah's Witnesses still hoping that the church will deliver on its promised Armageddon... any day now. I put you in the same category as those people who desperately wanted to catch the space-ship that resided in the tail of comet Hale-Bopp - except that you're insisting that the rest of us should also drink the Kool Aid along with you.
And if you had half a brain you'd realise you're following a false prophet: We're now in the year 2020 and Tuvalu and the Maldives are nowhere near under-water despite the fact that this was confidently predicted by the very best 'climate scientists' some 20 years ago. Al Gore said large parts of Florida and Manhattan would be underwater this year - Tim Flannery confidently predicted that Perth would be uninhabitable by now because of a lack of water and that mainland reservoirs wouldn't have meaningful water levels. This bloke was appointed as the head of his very own "Climate Change Authority" by the Gillard government @ $300,000 p/a, don't forget. This was despite the fact that nothing he said in his books from 15-20 years ago is even remotely true - and yet that P.T. Barnum has the gall to still lecture us about the doomsday carbon monster.
The lack of predictive power in the models is incredibly important - because Shorten wanted to spend hundreds of billions on ameliorating our impact on the carbon output of the country. That flawed model that has no predictive power whatsoever tells us that it's junk science,
incapable of predicting the sun coming up tomorrow. But we still have to believe in it because you're an adherent - you insist that you're right completely contrary to the observations.
It's an article of faith - The Church of Climatology. You people have the cheek to want to drag the rest of us along with you on your faith journey without a shred of evidence that building more solar farms/endangered bird mincers and/or pumped storage dams will have the tiniest bit of difference to the imaginary disasters that you've incorrectly predicted for the last 20 years. Thank God the Australian people saw through all that rubbish like Grandma's underpants and voted down the crazy Shorten proposal last year or we'd be well on our way to total bankruptcy by now.
As I've said before, I'm sorry but the majority of Australia simply doesn't believe in your silly Church of Climatology and they will never, ever vote for it. So stop worrying about it and start living.