I will tell you what, you have crossed the line, and you are on dangerous ground any time you do to people what you have. I am clearly nobody to mess with; although I am to a point far more understanding than you would like to believe. You created the blog on me [...] I did not create that on you.
You could have stayed on your side of the fence and believe what you will; without involving other people; and you wouldn't have had a problem. You crossed the line, and clearly so! And no I do not and never will have any respect for bull shit like that! ~Lowell Hubbs
As he once again has displayed, Mr. Hubbs has a tendency to display symptoms of what we call "Internet Toughguy Syndrome" or "ITS". Other symptoms of ITS include paranoia, substance abuse issues, delusions of grandeur, and even hate-filled rants against others.
What Mr. Hubbs may not realize is that if left untreated, ITS can lead to or "Sudden Hostility" or "SH". SH can result in a person becoming extremely violent towards others both in person and via other forms of communication (email, blogs, letters to the editor, online forums etc) and typically causes the person to struggle with intimate relationships leaving them to be alone much of the time. Most often, people who suffer with SH are single and have very little success with dating, marriage, or even forming long-lasting friendships with others.
The combination of Sudden Hostility (SH) and Internet Toughguy Syndrome (ITS) results in a condition called "SHITS". SHITS is an extreme case which involves essentially ignoring rational thought and logic while arguing on the Internet. SHITS can also result in a person distancing themselves from physical relationships and supplanting those emotional connections with online communities or subjects which they feel offer them the comfort they are missing in their daily lives. In rare occasions, a person diagnosed with SHITS will become obsessed with anyone and everyone who may disagree with them and therefore they actually begin to focus so heavily upon technology and online-based relationships that they start to blur the line between reality and the make-believe they have created within their own heads.
Unfortunately SHITS is not well understood so the treatment options have mixed success at best. Much like alcoholism, SHITS is often only able to be treated when the person who is suffering from it decides that they want help, and rarely if ever will treatment be successful until that person takes the first step. To make matters worse, I understand when someone has SHITS, taking that first step... and all subsequent steps is extremely difficult as there is always a risk of a major blow-out which can lead to even more emotional distress.
Luckily for Mr. Hubbs, there is a new (highly experimental) treatment being developed called Withdraw Internet Presence Experiment or "WIPE". The treatment is still new and not completely understood by most, but it does seem clear that if you want to treat SHITS, you will probably benefit from WIPE.
I think I speak for all when I say that I hope Mr. Hubbs can address his condition before it is too late.