Nick_A wrote: Proving you are not a misogynist requires you to take a stand on Rick Lewis' appearance since his efforts initiated the posting of the article.
I don't mind you calling me a misogynist but I'm quite happy to "take a stand" on Rick Lewis's appearance: In my opinion Rick Lewis is fairly average looking. I would say he is neither unattractive nor strikingly handsome, he lies somewhere between the two.
You have already posted your subjective impressions of Simone Weil's appearance with the implication that it has something to do with the merits of the article.
No, I was just making an observation regarding the state of her face, I don't know why you thought I was implying it had anything to do with the article. I haven't read the article so the only thing I'm in any position to imply about it is that I'm not interested in it.
The same must be true for Rick Lewis.
Must it? I can't really make an observation about him because I don't really know anything about him. I do know what he looks like now but as his appearance is fairly unremarkable it hardly seems to merit making the observation that Rick Lewis has the appearance of a perfectly normal person. But, if it makes you happy, then I'm quite happy to make that observation, Nick.
Is your subjective impression of Rick Lewis as that of an ugly man or a handsome man?
I think I've already answered that, Nick. I must say you seem to be very preoccupied with Rick Lewis' looks, there's more to the man than his appearance you know, Nick.
After that you must explain what it has to do with the article.
Why, what's going to happen to me if I don't?
You cannot say that it doesn't have anything to do with the article
It doesn't have anything to do with the article.
You have to clarify. In your eyes is Rick Lewis an attractive man or an ugly man?
Well I'm not attracted to him but that doesn't mean he's ugly, he's just not my type.
I want to know and perhaps Rick may want to know by now.
Well now you do know. Are you going to tell Rick or should I?