CH commenter Greggy and I are having a flame war. Here is the play by play (additionally annotated with links to explanatory information):
Just because the home team is booing doesn’t mean the best player on the visiting team is striking out.
And if’n he is, his swings and misses invariably prove more illuminating that the seeing-eye singles most of these other yeggs produce. 😉
It’s almost like when you talk about Matt King you narrative talk about yourself, Greg Eliot. Beetsches do that all the time, and now that I have my RP supervision I find it irritating because (1) it’s all the ___ing time and (2) it’s beetchy. You two swing like Willie Stargell, mmm-kay? Sometimes youz yeggs’ strikeouts are spectacular. Go, Wilvers, go! And I think the home team vis-a-vis visiting team thing may be off by a negation somewhere. The featured Matt King comment, a bit gaudy with hyperbole, does smash avuncular home for me. I wish I had been wrong in my inchoate assessment, but we all see that $*** ’cause it’s all too real.
Have another toke, Unreality.
I’ll try to find someone who can translate idiot for me.
Pro tip of the day: your petty annoyances do not reflect meat world reality… and when I WANT to hear from an asshole, I’ll eat a can of beans.
Dear Greg Eliot,
The Lugen Press doubles down and doubles down on the same righteousness schtick only to help His Executiveness win elections and re-election. Stop proving me right with your schtick. Reach emotional bottom already and turn around. Until then, your beans are the wind beneath your flying beef curtain wings. ahhhhhhh Your turn.
Since when did the (((MSM))) promote righteousness?
As far as the rest of your wind, more of your usual babble… and like the rest of your ilk ’round chere, you had your haid handed to you, yet declare victory..
The wise of heart will receive commands, But a babbling fool will be ruined.
Dear Greg Eliot,
And what credibility you have slinging Biblical verses like Proverbs 10: 8 at moi.
Proverbs 22:24–5: “Associate not with a passionate man, Nor approach him for conversation; Leap not to cleave to such an one; That terror carry thee not away.” Oh, snap! That’s not Proverbs! That’s Instruction of Amenemope, ch. 10. This is Proverbs 22:24–5: “Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go: Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul.”
Instruction of Amenemope is 500 years older than Proverbs. Your manual wisdom is plagiarized nonsense, cretin. You are mentally the echo of an echo of ancient Egyptian paganism, and such a faithful servant thou art. I own you, slave. Please reach emotional bottom and turn around.
—‘Reality’ Doug, 14 November 2017