Thursday, December 13, 2007

On the internet, nobody knows you're a complete tool...

...until you tell them.

Trying to stir crap by making rude comments about a guy's recently-deceased wife; that's class right there, let me tell you.

In a perfect world, Mike's seconds would have already called on Tubby McMaladroit's and invited him to grass before breakfast.

Nothing personal, Mr. Chuck Adkins, but I hope you freeze in the dark.

8 comments:

kbarrett said...

His mother needs to take away his internet connection.

Literally.

35 y.o., and still in mom's basement. And once this crap storm hits google, every HR dept. in country will bounce his arse onto the pavement once they google his name.

( on a even more depressing note, triticale may be dying...)

LabRat said...

In the Department of Irony alert, I've seen this guy over at another popular female blogger's place, and while he's normally a reasonably well-behaved commenter, his response to a discussion on atheism was to wonder why unbelievers weren't locked up. (And then a bunch of Bible quotes.)

Oddly, the bits about love thy neighbor weren't among them, as I recall...

Billy Beck said...

This case is an object lesson:

It is a profound loss to civilization that dueling was "civilized" out of existence.

That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.

montanabob said...

A good lesson learned at the end of a rubber hose beating would do this individual good. Make sure that rubber hose contains copper wire, and of a size to bring power into your house. Do I have your attention now, scumbag??!?!?!?!

comatus said...

In light of the recent Milwaukee teachers' union dust-up, I suppose it ill behooves any of us in blogland to make actual "overt" threats. Beneath us, and all. Suggestions, karma, bad thoughts, are not yet actionable AFAIK.

FWIW, I have been to Detroit Michigan many times, and it has never been the sort of place, in the grand old days or today, where you'd expect to say this sort of thing face to face and walk away whole. That in itself may explain why this fellow leaves the basement so infrequently.

Jay G said...

Judging from this dude's picture, attitude, and general outlook on life, I'd say there's nothing I could wish on him that would be worse than the hand that life's already dealt him...

He's still an ass, don't get me wrong. But look at it this way: What possible punishment could one dole out that would be worse than what this pusbag wakes up to every morning?

Zendo Deb said...

Why exactly was it that we got rid of dueling?

Will Brown said...

@ Zendo Deb

Because dork-knobs like this one occassionally get off a lucky shot.

To the detriment of society at large, that result isn't a challengeable action.

The potential lose to society is just too great to make duelling an ethically cost effective transaction, I'm afraid.

Sad to learn of the wheat/rye guy's condition.