Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Breivik 'Insane' shock

Anders Breivik is 'insane', says his lawyer

Uh huh. Seems to me that's self-evident, as in any incident like this. Some people are really ill, and dangerous because of it. You have to be crazy to do what he did?

I feel uncomfortable pursuing his manifesto with posts since that's a little bit of what he wanted. I am glad he hasn't been allowed to grandstand at a public hearing. Despicable crimes.


socrates said...

Hi TLNL, I've just made it back from an extended blogging vacation. I have a new post explaining most of that at DFQ2.

Sorry to hijack this thread. It's the top one though, so that's why I'm here.

I haven't checked my email box we have on rare occasions used to communicate secret decoder ring style. There are probably 200 messages in there at this point. That dude Patterico must want to give me a serious nougie for ignoring him.

I was shocked to see mere minutes ago that DFQ2 still exists.

I'm not surprised Larry forced you into turning on comment moderation.

Well, you've got to understand we are friends no matter what. I needed to turn it all of. I guess a couple months passed.

the_last_name_left said...

hi mush. yeah, I noticed the post at DFQ2 - it was all football (?) by the time I got there. And I don't like to ask too much about all that stuff.

I only just noticed you had posted some comments - I had moderation on by mistake. Someone went a little doo-Larry...err....lally.

so how's tricks?

socrates said...

There's definitely something sinister about him.

He took the conspiracy theory angle too far and is now b@t&h1t insane.

I see you have a few new posts up on censorship. It's a tough call. I think it's to be analysed on a case by case basis.

The internet's a joke. I want a refund.