Even the most indefatigable of nutters must rest at times and Alan Hunter managed to stem his mounting indignation for over 60 hours before firing off yet another rant via the contact form. This is quite possibly a major feat. We would, however, invite him to use the Comments feature on articles in future. It won’t make the mocking any less bitter, but it might save him the indignity of being mocked in several different posts.
I would like your name and address.
We bet you would, lovely boy. However, it is not editorial policy to give out contributors’ legal names and addresses willy-nilly to ranting buffoons with imagined slights. We refer you to the responses in the cases of Arkell v Pressdram (1971) and Stephens v. Popehat (2011).
You have misleading information about my awards and my ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE title,which is a fully approved one.
We have practically no information about your awards, apart from your European bronze medal for Judo in 1966. As we noted in the original post, to which you object so copiously, there is no information as to where you got these worthless pieces of paper. As for being “fully approved”, you are wrong; many people don’t approve of them at all.
I DO NOT call myself a medical doctor. I never have done.
Straw man argument. Nobody on this blog ever claimed you did.
I make it quite clear it is alternative (non-traditional) one.
Er… nope. You do not. Here on this particular webshite of yours – Allergy International – that statement is never, ever made as far as we can tell. We can but speculate as to how dim a view the various UK regulating bodies might take of the claims you make, as many of these would appear to be in clear contravention of the Code of Advertising Practice.
And my awards are from KNOWLEDGEABLE associations
They certainly know how to make money out of fools and the mentally fragile.
and the Prince’s Trust for Integrative Medicine.
That is hardly a recommendation. Quackery remains quackery, no matter how rich the betitled idiot using public money to finance it.
I want your details please so that I can properly contact you.
You keep saying that, like a five-year-old hoping to wear its parents down into acquiescence.
Your hiding behind an anonymous website says everything about you.
Ooh, I bet you say that to all the editorial teams, you charmer you.
ESPECIALLY threatening me with VIOLENCE in saying you’ll have my arse!
My dear posturing prat, you have yourself been handing your arse to us on a plate with parsley around it to kick at leisure. Have you any idea how much of a fool you are being? Especially over a figure of speech that is hard to misunderstand in the context of a blog.
I await your details urgently.
Wait away. Nobody’s stopping you.
ALAN HUNTER Award-winning author on Food Allergies and Chronic Illness
And bronze medal winner in the Under-21s category of the European Judo championships 1966, who was gracious enough to write this to The Scotsman in January 2013:
Deluded Pearson needs to get down from his high horse
SO, Lee Pearson, the paralympian, expects a knighthood for his ten dressage golds? Let’s put things into perspective. Without detracting from his efforts, one must realise that the number of people with his level of disability must be a miniscule fraction of the population.
Then out of that tiny fraction, that number is further decimated when you select only those who do dressage.
So, for Mr Pearson to expect a knighthood for being the equivalent of the best runner in a primary school of 100 children, is really pushing his own perception of his importance.
ALAN HUNTER (former GB judo internationalist)