About a month ago, I posted an article called Don’t Bullshit a Bullshitter about a guy named Bill, who was the biggest bullshitter I’ve ever met. As background for the article, one of the other blogs I read had a great expose about Bill called “The BillFiles.” I’ve just been reading the comments appended to that article, which have been quite entertaining.
Here’s a recent one:
notta doctor said 724 days later:
Jonas, Hxxxxxx is still referring to himself as a â€œDoctorâ€ even in late 2005. Keep up at exposing this guy for the Phraud that he is.
Here are his latest links where he is claiming to be a Ph.D
I noted that in both of the URLs above the bios stated that Bill “served on a congressional commitee to discuss security procedures to prevent electronic identity theft.” In reality, the record shows that on September 22, 2004, Bill testified before the House Committee on Government Reform, Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and the Census Hearing on “Identity Related Crime, Solutions and Strategies.” Giving testimony to a committee is obviously not the same as serving on a committee. Doesn’t one have to be a member of Congress to actually serve on a Congressional committee? Mike G Law can help with such issues.
Does Bill think that those who are reading his bio are idiots? (I can only imagine the bluster I would hear from him in response to pointing out this minor detail.)
Hey, isn’t it ironic that the House Committee on Government Reform is the same committee to which baseballer Rafael Palmiero testified about using steroids? I wonder if his bio now takes credit for having served on that Congressional committee!
Back to Bill, he must have a pretty damn poor image of himself to want to continue to inflate his credentials, even after having been exposed. You know, given the extent of his knowledge and experience, he could have probably done quite well for himself by this time, especially if he didn’t have to continually try to remember who or what he is supposed to be. I’ll state once again that if Bill would stand on his real achievements, he’d still be a standout in the industry. Perhaps, he even might be famous—instead of infamous.
But the misrepresentation goes on and on and on…