Here is a comment I found on another blog. The names have been effectively removed.
<X>, Baby, for the last time, I'll explain. And I'll type slow because I know you and the rest of this herd can't read fast.
I get accused of making up the comments by the [deleted.] So, I show you how to find his site. He's real, he railed against me (better than you clowns did, I'll give him that). Easily proven, but you're so consumed with hate, you're stupidified.
There's that "reason" again, you lot cannot grasp it.
So here's the challenge. Can you tell to what belief the above commenter subscribes? Is he hindu? Muslim? Christian? Jewish? Atheist? Wiccan? A believer in the old Roman gods, perhaps? I should probably give my readers (crickets chirping) some background. No one had claimed that the other person didn't exist. In fact, a link was provided to the site by one of the critics of the commenter above. No reference to that commenter can be found on the site. Now, this person has been accused of fabricating comments because, well, he has been caught fabricating comments. But no one has asserted that the people he pretends write the invented comments don't exist. That's a red herring he's throwing. They point out, quite correctly, that he invents comments and falsely attributes them to people who exist but never wrote those comments.
Yes, you there in the back. You could come up front. There's plenty of room. Hardly anyone seems to be here. You say I haven't given you enough information? That all those styles of belief produce such inane people among their members? Well, that's actually my point. No belief system is a guard against such stupidity. And yet I find so many people who claim to be smart by virtue of adhering to the "correct" belief. No, if you're smart, you will realize that your belief might be incorrect.