I emailed the link to my blog post to the journal that has me in their reviewer database twice so I can't log in to do the review. This is the reply I received less than an hour later. From the inbox:
Wait. "Dear Whitehead"? What, are you an undergraduate at a regional state university?
Thank you for considering the invitation to review manuscript [redacted], entitled [redacted]; however, since we have not heard back from you, we are moving forward with the review process. If you were intending to review this manuscript, or feel that this communication has reached you in error, please contact us by reply e-mail and we will update our records accordingly.
We look forward to working with you in the future.
My reply was to send the link this blog post to the journal.
And no, there will be no working with you in the future.
And in answer to the question that is on the mind every env-econ.net reader, Yes, I'm enjoying the process of destroying whatever positive reputation I had in the research community bit by bit.