I'll let you resolve this, but let me just point this out.
Here is quotation of the sentence Grizzly Bear was referring to:
Ante Bozanich wrote:
Never mind that most of serious academics laugh at this sophomoric misunderstanding of human nature and some consider Rand: "one of the most evil figures of modern intellectual history."
Since I was not publishing a book or a scholarly article and couldn't remember who attributed these several words to Ayn Rand, I did not think it was important to find the source but to just state as I did: "... and some [academics] consider Rand: "one of the most evil figures of modern intellectual history."
In no way, shape or form can this be considered plagiarism or can it seem to be plagiarism since I had placed these words in quotation marks and had attributed them to "some academic" not to myself.
We've gone through something similar to this before with Donnie. Please see Donnie Misquoting Me
thread in this section. I've told Donnie that I use my real name on this forum as my user name. This is not childish, but a serious matter for me, consequences of which Donnie don't seem to be capable to understand.
I would appreciate if you could do something about this ongoing problem.