It's obviously not true. He definitely is not bored. The very day Simpson posted that rant proclaiming how bored he is by my old, stale jokes, rants and whining, he visited my Backsass blog three times, at 3:51 p.m.; at 5:47 p.m.; and at 5:53 p.m.
He's visited Backsass twice since then, on the 27th and the 29th.
He even visited my 180 Degrees True South blog on the 29th.
Here's a thumbnail of a screen capture of my visitor log, with the pertinent visits highlighted. Click the thumnbail to see the graphic full size:
Nope, he's conspicuously not bored by me. He's decidedly interested in what I have to say. He just doesn't want me posting my thoughts and observations in the comments on his blog and exposing his sycophantic readers and commenters what I say because it is quite damaging to him. So he's keeping my comments off his blog.
He doesn't want his his questionable claims and conclusions, his manipulative language, and other flaws and foibles pointed out to his regulars. For example, that it is highly illogical to proclaim that someone is threat to children if they don't post on his blog that they do not support such threats. It has to be on his blog. Never mind that he has produced nothing written by them that echoes or promotes calls for violence. All he has to do is set up false criteria, and then proclaim that certain folks didn't meet it.
He is skeered, which is why he steadfastly refuses to debate Southern heritage people anywhere but the safety of his own blog comments, where he holds the power to delete comments before they ever see the light of day.
He wants to say whatever he wishes about them without being challenged. He'll post a few of their "safe" comments -- but when they start seriously challenging him, they're no longer contributing, or they're not adding anything new, yada yada yada, and their comments abruptly cease, thanks to his deft employment of the delete key.
No, he's not bored and, yes he is skeered.
I may give his Not Skeered ... Just Bored rant a more thorough reply at some point in the future. A lot of it begs to be exposed. We'll see.