Crank.net: A very perceptive website
Guess what? I've been listed on Crank.net under science, history, and medicine. And, no, those of you who don't like me very much, I'm not there because I'm a "crank." In fact, I've been listed as an "anticrank." That in and of itself would be cool enough, but there's more, so much more that I can't help but split my face with a big ear-to-ear grin. Guess what site been listed on Crank.net as well?
You remember Generation Rescue, don't you? It's the group that "believes that childhood neurological disorders such as autism, Asperger's, ADHD/ADD, speech delay, sensory integration disorder, and many other developmental delays are all [emphasis mine] misdiagnoses for mercury poisoning." It's also the group headed up by J. B. Handley, the cybersquatter who really, really detests me, as he shows in this comment (and this).
And how is Generation Rescue listed under (besides medicine and consumer advocacy, that is)?
As a "crank," of course!
It would have been nice if GR had listed under "illucid," but a site really has to be way, way out there in a truly bizarre way to rate that. Only a very few of the most bizarre sites can rate such a description. Just surf the Crank.net website, and you'll see what I mean.