That's another accurate definition too.
Check out the three new entries I made to the home page on the behaviors of pseudo-skeptics.
Characteristics and Behaviorshttp://www.debunkingskeptics.com/characteristics.php
Overgeneralizations and Distortionshttp://www.debunkingskeptics.com/distortion.php
Explanations that don't fit all the datahttp://www.debunkingskeptics.com/explanations.php
Victor Zammit was spot on when he described how they overgeneralize and distort, a common tactic:
"Skeptics can be seen to overgeneralize saying for instance that because some mediums are fraudulent therefore all mediums are fraudulent.
Further, skeptics distort information saying that because it may be possible to reproduce certain phenomena by fraud - even at odds of one billion to one - that they have proven that fraud took place. In this sense, the skeptics find it impossible to transcend their 'metaprogram' (their overriding world view of reality) of materialistic beliefs."