What is Thewayitis' profession?
Is it an automobile mechanic, with three decades of experience working in certified and privately owned auto shops, as he claims in this debate(http://www.createdebate.com/debate/show/We_should_shun_businesses_that)?
Or is it a mechanical engineer turned heavy equipment repairman, as he claims in this one(http://www.createdebate.com/debate/show/Should_wellfare_recipients_have_to_be_drug_tested)?
Or is it neither, and he's just a troll who will fabricate whatever lie he needs to in order to feel he is 'winning' the argument?
My vote is option C, although I daresay he'll try to claim that both are true, somehow.
I haven't had this good of a laugh in a long time. This all started because I pegged thousandin1 dead on. Check out the debates and you'll find a supposed higher level thousandin1 jealous of what he calls a blue collar worker. I have nothing to hide. The evidence speaks for itself.
In this debate I said,
Note: Heavy equipment shops among the list
My personal experiences have occurred over 30 years and with a vast range of these so called certified shops. Caterpillar, John Deere, Case, GM, Vermeer, Ditch Witch, Bobcat, Cummins, Detroit Diesel and have spanned across most of the mid-west. Just where has your expertise on this matter came from? Consumer Guide? What a joke.
I said personal experiences, this doesn't mean that I worked for all of these, but then dipshit has no reading comprehension skills.
In this debate I said,
I pegged you right on by having a cubical but you have missed the mark a long ways when it comes to me. Graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in mechanical engineering, went to work for McDonnell Douglas being a paper weight for a seat cushion such as yourself. While working there one of those Blue collar workers befriended me and long story short, I ended up on his parents farm repairing equipment. I spent a little over 10 years there and then started working on Heavy equipment at a Caterpillar shop. I left there after 9 months (couldn't stand the stench of office staff) started my own heavy equipment repair shop also an excavating business.
I clearly said I am a mechanic in both debates and in both that I have worked on heavy equipment. I have been constant in my answers and truth always remains the same.
As to regards being a troll, here on CD anybody that ask a question in which the person you're arguing with can't come back with a semi-logical answer they call you a troll. By this definition I am a troll.