Here, in this post, in which he actually resorts to barbs about my weight and age (265 and 43, not that it matters in such high-minded discourse) while managing to convince me that he has not actually seen "Juno," or that if he did, he didn't pay any attention to it.
The reason I cited Patti Smith and the Stooges is that Juno cites those two acts in the film as among her very favorites, not because I am holding all modern music up against those touchstones in comparison. But I'll compare my vinyl, CD or MP3 collections with Mr. Williamson's any day, if he wants to talk about who listens to and likes more current sounds. And I will note again the incredible rupture between Juno liking those acts (and Mott the Hoople) on one hand and the Moldy Peaches and Antsy Pants on the other, while hating Sonic Youth and the Melvins in between. That aesthetic is as phony and contrived as Williamson's bluster.
As for the assertion that I don't understand this Interweb thing that Al Gore invented, well, excuse me: The NRO site is just badly designed, and when you read the media blog posts listed one after another, and the email contacts come up for some writers but not for Mr. Williamson, nowhere is it evident that that little button on the top of the page is your one chance to respond to him. Luckily, there are other forums to respond to a specious slur like "feminazi" -- they just happen to be on the Sun-Times' own badly designed forum, instead of the National Review's.
If "feminazi" is not right-wing bravado, I don't know what is. And because Williamson isn't a very good reader, I'll answer the question he poses -- "Why would a feminist hate Juno, a pro-choice movie?" -- one more time, in the simplest language I can muster: "Juno" is not a pro-choice movie. It is an anti-abortion movie masquerading as a pro-choice movie. And one with a lousy soundtrack at that.