That was the gist of what I thought was going on there. Interestingly enough, in disagreeing it did seem to require others to validate their reasoning. My bottom line is weather on not the type of argument is useful. Just glossing over it with "he is evil" does not get to the core of the matter or hold others who follow his logic accountable for the harm such ideas cause, especially when we do not see how mainstream they really are. I brought up Scooby Doo and Harry Potter because my Grandmother thinks H.P. is evil and I used to work with a woman who had similar feelings about Scooby Doo. It is the same thought pattern as "This is a true story.. Made a pact with the devil" Attacking that is what is useful.