"blogger(sic)" is only used when someone misspells "blogger", and you're going with their spelling.
used in brackets after a copied or quoted word that appears odd or erroneous to show that the word is quoted exactly as it stands in the original, as in a story must hold a child's interest and "enrich his [ sic ] life.". Jon Rappaport is much more knowledgeable than a lay blogger.
You said it was great that gold was CHEAPER than it was 8 years ago, because now it's more affordable.
I said no such thing. Gold was certainly cheaper than it was 8 years ago. "now it's more affordable" That's the kind of garbage that comes out of your mind.
Well, if that doesn't beat peer-reviewed studies, what does, right???
Peer review committees protect the status quo.
In science?!? If you actually believe that, you're an even bigger moron than I imagined.
If you ever read a book on the history of science, you would know what I mean.
I'm gone the night.