It is time to say goodbye to J-Mac

As some on you have probably realized, the time comes for everyone to move on…
This time came for me…I believe it is in the best interests of everyone…without getting into any details.

I have learned a lot here. It was fun too…

For those who care, I have several time-consuming projects going both in my professional life and in my very rich life of the many hobbies… Interestingly, some of my hobbies became more that just that, and today pay many of my bills…I just hope that my new hobbies will not join the other side as there are only 24 hours in each given day.. 🙂

I wish you all well and please keep seeking the truth… wherever it leads you…

J-Mac

81 thoughts on “It is time to say goodbye to J-Mac

  1. As I thought you might, Johnny, you’ve already violated two vows. One, that you were not going to post anymore on the 5 proofs thread, because you didn’t understand the issues; and two, that you were leaving the site completely. A look over at that thread and a comparison of the time-stamps on your last (insipid) post there and your fond farewell OP here confirms this.

    Well, as I said to Michael Jordan (when after a pompish adieu tour of the country he returned a couple years later from baseball) and to Garrison Keillor, the Prairie Home Companion host, after his own overwrought goodbyes, but his departure/marriage in Norway lasted about five minutes, Hahaha. Let’s get some more tributes going!

    So so busy.

    Based on this, what I think you’re actually going to do is get a new login name and try to change your style a little bit. (Hint: maybe better go to grammarly.com or something.)

  2. walto: new login name and try to change your style a little bit.

    Do you really believe nobody would recognize me???
    BTW: Me no Johnny…

  3. Robert Byers: I hope your not leaving because of bruised feelings. remember origin contentions are a contact sport. no reason to completely jump ship. They can’t get rid of me but others leave seemingly in a huff.

    And they said Robert Byers couldn’t string together a coherent set of sentences.

  4. Mung: And they said Robert Byers couldn’t string together a coherent set of sentences.

    More that he appears disinterested in it

  5. colewd,

    1. Humor
    2. Honesty
    3.Original thought

    Srsly?

    4. High-score crackpottery
    5. Incomplete thoughts …
    6. Unfunny statements with ‘lol’ on the end.
    7. Pre-announcing disinterest in his interlocutor’s yet-to-be-written response.
    8. The Daily Flounce.

    OK, who’s gonna fill the yawning gulf?

  6. For those who care, I have several time-consuming projects going

    Is this one of them?

    How long would it take for me to see some evolutionary changes, if I spend most of the day in the water […]?

    Anyway, all the best wishes for the future, J-Mac.

  7. I guess we are waiting for Tom English’s quantum mechanics long promised blow to ID… Once posted, it will be featured for a long, long time just like his previous “blow” to ID on evolution is not search…where he omitted the non-random mutations via QM… 😉

  8. Watching J-Mac leave is like watching your dog run away in the prairies. It takes days for him to disappear over the horizon.

  9. J-Mac may have left the building but he has been taking KF to task over at UD. And, to give credit where it is due, he has been mopping the floor with KF using facts and logic.

  10. Typical J-Mac performance, complete with flounce:

    You are delusional KF…
    I know I’m not going to get a straight answer from you, so I’m not going to waste my time…I’m going for a bike ride…

    Bye bye!

    It happens to be true that KF is delusional, but J-Mac accomplishes nothing by flouncing.

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