Over at Reppert's blog, the local Village Idiot atheist yammers on at length about something (philosophy of intentionality) he demonstrably knows nothing about. People fight him and point out his flaws. He doesn't understand, or care to understand: he's too busy angrily denouncing all things theological, because he's certain that to reject naturalism is to embrace Christianity.
Meanwhile at Feser's blog, a new Village Idiot atheist shows up and yammers on about the exact same thing, with the same lack of knowledge, the same responses, and the same inability to understand why he's getting some basic facts wrong - and an apparent lack of either understanding or care for the fact that he can, in fact, be wrong.
I could probably repeat this for almost every site of interest. Well, not so much Valicella's blog, since he has the wisdom to be a comment nazi. Or Triablogue - I don't comment there anymore, since Steve went apeshit with the anti-Catholic stuff (I was able to put up with it until the graphic images came into play), but they at least know how to keep a conversation properly framed.
It's sad that 95% of all worthwhile Christian blogs go down this same hole. There really has to be a change to comment culture, because holy God, you can generally find the same 5-10 atheists on a wide variety of sites, babbling like crazy and drawing fire all day. And they Never*. Are. Very. Intelligent. And I just don't have the time to engage in this shit anymore - I'd rather converse with people, or present an idea. Not fight the same ten jackoffs who aren't even saying anything salient.
(* I'm talking here about the guys who camp multiple comment boxes, and make it their living to basically fight the Big Scary Theist Ideas wherever they show up. Except they fight the Big Scary Theist Ideas the same way dogs fight the Big Scary Mailman. By making a lot of noise, and hoping that does the trick. It doesn't, but there ya go.)