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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Reviewing the reviewer

It's amazing how predictable SJWs can be and how easy it is to smoke them out. I posted this tweet about SJWs Always Lie this morning:
Vox Day @voxday
172 five-star reviews in a month and the #1 bestseller in Political Philosophy. What more do you need to know?
Which quickly prompted this "review' by one Jeremy Lance Software Engineer, Educator, Project Manager, Utter Geek, Jack of All Trades (Master of a Few), who works at Perficient in the Greater Detroit Area and is on the Penguicon Board of Directors.
I feel like I've seen better delivery mechanisms for these thoughts on ...
ByJeremy K. Lance on September 30, 2015

Not especially well written, and not very well thought out. Even if I agreed with the subject matter, I feel like I've seen better delivery mechanisms for these thoughts on bus benches and bathroom stalls.
I feel like I've read more convincing fake reviews by people who don't speak English and have never heard of the book being reviewed. Of course, Jeremy Lance is precisely the sort of SF-SJW loser you'd expect to engage in Amazon activism. He's a tech nerd with a blog who isn't very intelligent, went to community college, and just happens to be - surprise, surprise - an overweight alcoholic with drug problems prone to depression and "suicide".
It was during this narrow window of my life that I found myself sitting in the bedroom that I rented from a friend holding the shotgun he kept beneath his bed and crying. It was a place I found myself in a lot around that time. Several times each week—sometimes several times in a single day—I would find myself sitting with that gun simply trying to work up the courage to use it. For weeks I kept returning to that familiar position, wanting so much to no longer be alive and being trapped in life by a fear of literally and figuratively pulling the trigger.

On this occasion, though, I was committed. So much so that I had written my note, had dressed in the clothes that I wanted to be found in, and had gone and sat in the bathtub with the shower curtain pulled closed—I certainly didn’t want to make my exit more of an imposition on anybody else than it needed to be, they’d already put up with so much.
So brave. Thank you for this. Fucking Gamma drama queens. Those "suicide attempts" sound about as genuine as the "book review". I'll bet he found himself in that place a lot. For weeks, he kept returning to that position, waiting for someone to find him and stop him in the nick of time.

Anyhow, if you happen to work at or with Perficient, you should probably be aware that Jeremy K. Lance is a mentally unstable SJW. Can a responsible corporation really afford to take the risk of continuing to employ an individual like Jeremy K. Lance who is known to have access to firearms, to abuse drugs and alchohol, and who observably poses a risk to himself and others?

I was a bit amused to see Lance call himself "the David Foster Wallace of software development" when he's quite clearly not qualified to call himself that.

UPDATE: The icing on the cake:
Milo Yiannopoulos ‏@Nero
@voxday You are cruel, vindictive, mean and heartless. Never change!  

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167 Comments:

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer September 30, 2015 10:25 AM  

Nobody, and I mean nobody "loves" project management.

Blogger Student in Blue September 30, 2015 10:25 AM  

And remember, SJWs:

You set the rules.

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 10:25 AM  

I support Jeremy K. Lance's freedom of speech, but we all need to understand that he made a choice, and actions have consequences.

Ain't that right, Jeremy?

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 10:26 AM  

> Software Engineer, Educator, Project Manager, Utter Geek, Jack of All Trades (Master of a Few)

At one time, being in tech meant you could at least tie your shoelaces. That's obviously not true anymore.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 10:27 AM  

Oh, and the review has been marked as unhelpful by at least one Amazon customer. :)

Blogger hadley September 30, 2015 10:27 AM  

It must be a generational thing. Why on earth would a normal, healthy human being publicly disclose such things about themselves to the entire world?

Blogger The Other Robot September 30, 2015 10:31 AM  

Utter Geek

If you have to call your self a geek ...

Blogger Dusty September 30, 2015 10:36 AM  

A fake book review does not warrant this sort of thing. Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 10:36 AM  

> If you have to call your self a geek ...

The complimentary term, which is supposed to be used by others to describe you, is ubergeek.

Blogger Dystopic September 30, 2015 10:37 AM  

Whenever I hear someone saying they are "suicidal" I have to laugh. If you really wanted to kill yourself, you would do it and wouldn't stand around talking about it all day. I lost a close friend to suicide. We never knew it was coming. There were no warnings. One day, he jumped off a bridge, and that was it. That is what "suicidal" looks like.

Whining for attention by saying "woe is me, I'm feeling so depressed, waaaah" isn't suicidal, it's just pathetic.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 September 30, 2015 10:37 AM  

Is there ever a Gamma who doesn't suffer from severe depression and substance abuse of some kind?

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 10:38 AM  

Vox tweeting about Amazon reviews: chum for chumps.

Blogger BassmanCO September 30, 2015 10:38 AM  

@8

Actually, considering what Christianity thinks about suicide, that is probably a gentle rebuke.

Blogger David The Good September 30, 2015 10:38 AM  

"A fake book review does not warrant this sort of thing. Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard."

Not a big fan of saving Western Civilization are you? Get out of the way.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 10:40 AM  

A fake book review does not warrant this sort of thing. Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard.

It wasn't a suicide attempt. Note the word "attempt". Most of us also didn't shoot ourselves many, many times over the last few years. And more importantly, you are not the Christian police. Don't attempt to play religion police here again.

Blogger Jourdan September 30, 2015 10:40 AM  

@6 - A female-like need for attention and affirmation of worth, I'm sorry to say. I see it among my sons' friends and it breaks my heart. By the time these young men realize they've been acting poorly and letting themselves and others down by not becoming a man--if they realize it at all--it is typically much too late.

Blogger BassmanCO September 30, 2015 10:40 AM  

@10

That was my thought as well. Pathetic, gamma whining.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 10:41 AM  

Actually, considering what Christianity thinks about suicide, that is probably a gentle rebuke.

God permits us to choose Hell. Who are we to refuse to follow His example.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 10:42 AM  

> A fake book review does not warrant this sort of thing.

We think it does. What's your basis for criticizing our decisions?

> Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard.

Would you kindly point to the biblical support for that pronouncement? I can't seem to find it in my edition of the KJV.

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 10:42 AM  

@8

I said five paces! Turn around you wretch or I'll shoot you myself! That the SJW turned and shot at two paces without provocation is beside the point!

Blogger Student in Blue September 30, 2015 10:44 AM  

@VD
I posted this tweet about SJWs Always Lie this morning:

I have to say, excellent use of the Victory Parade. It drives them nuts because it's the language they speak.

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 10:50 AM  

A cheesy t-shirt does not warrant this sort of thing.

A joke does not warrant this sort of thing.

A racial pejorative uttered decades ago does not warrant this sort of thing.

A racial pejorative uttered in an illegally published sex tape does not warrant this sort of thing.

A recognition of observed IQ data does not warrant this sort of thing.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery September 30, 2015 10:56 AM  

Jeremy K. Lance

Blogger Koanic September 30, 2015 10:59 AM  

How gay do you have to be to fail to commit suicide?

I would kill myself for failing that badly.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 11:00 AM  

Alexander:

And the most extreme modern example, a six year old donation to a political campaign (which succeeded, btw) doesn't warrant this sort of thing.

Blogger Koanic September 30, 2015 11:05 AM  

The real reason Jeremy didn't kill himself:

He couldn't bear shutting up.

Advice for cowardly suicides: Any difficult task becomes much easier when broken into chunks. DIY digit amputation requires nothing more than a butcher's knife, cutting board, and gas range.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery September 30, 2015 11:06 AM  

Jeremy K. Lance and his girlfriend.

Blogger alexamenos September 30, 2015 11:07 AM  

"Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard."

Making fun of somebody's cry for attention disguised as a suicide is funny, whether it's Christian or not.

If I wanted to commit suicide, I'd be gloriously successful. I'd make women cry and children scream and real men chuckle on my way out, but I'm a pretty competent guy.

Any guy with a failed suicide attempt in his bio needs to be chided for being a dishonorable pussy.

Blogger daddynichol September 30, 2015 11:24 AM  

Several times each week—sometimes several times in a single day—I would find myself sitting with that gun simply trying to work up the courage to use it. For weeks I kept returning to that familiar position, wanting so much to no longer be alive and being trapped in life by a fear of literally and figuratively pulling the trigger.

Does his failed "suicide" track record equal the quality of his project management or software skills? If so, lots of people may want their money back.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer September 30, 2015 11:26 AM  

Most of the world doesn't want to hear your tale of woe because they don't know you.

A large proportion of those that do want to know your tale of woe do so because they wish to use it against you.

That some people don't realize this basic fact of existence is due to the fact that they have been born and live in an artificial environment where outrageous amounts of physical wealth, partnered with an educational and social environment that lies to them about basic truths, allows them to maintain their illusions and deny reality.

This situation cannot and will not continue indefinitely.

Blogger JartStar September 30, 2015 11:27 AM  

@11 Most suffer from mild depression at least, but even if they don't they suffer a lot of anxiety about their lives and decisions and are very emotional.

Blogger Badmojo September 30, 2015 11:27 AM  

No surprise, he was also a big proponent of the #ILookLikeAnEngineer movement where he abased himself and said all the women "engineers" he knows are better than him.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 11:31 AM  

> No surprise, he was also a big proponent of the #ILookLikeAnEngineer movement where he abased himself and said all the women "engineers" he knows are better than him.

Based on the other information about him we've seen thus far, I'm willing to grant that it's probably a true statement.

Blogger Dave September 30, 2015 11:31 AM  

Wasn't this suicide meditation rather than a failed suicide attempt. Just holding a gun and thinking about shooting your neighbor isn't failed attempted murder.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer September 30, 2015 11:31 AM  

So if Jeremy Lance didn't want people to use his story of attempted suicide against him he shouldn't have posted it publicly. In fact, there is a good chance he has already lost out on jobs because of it. His potential employers just aren't telling him that.

Perhaps if he was Vivian Leigh he could rely on the kindness of strangers, the rest of us know he, like us, can't.

Blogger Ron September 30, 2015 11:31 AM  

Do or do not. There is no try.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 30, 2015 11:35 AM  

He could be pointed towards the Gamma series that was posted at Alpha Male, is that Christian?

Blogger daddynichol September 30, 2015 11:37 AM  

From his blog on the Hugos:
"If you complain about the burdensome message of horrible books that you’ve never read, I have less than no respect for your position."

After looking at his one star review, I find it hard to believe he read Vox's book. Granted, I have no solid evidence to support my assertion, but based on his public info, he more than likely is guilty of Rule #1. Now, I await his Rule #2 and Rule #3 follow up!

OpenID malcolmthecynic September 30, 2015 11:40 AM  

Attempting to kill yourself is pulling the trigger and the gun jams, or a freak trick of nature causes you to somehow escape without serious injury.

It's not an attempt when you don't actually try to kill yourself. Like, it literally doesn't fit the definition of the word "attempt".

Blogger Doug Cranmer September 30, 2015 11:41 AM  

Poor guy, but as we all learn, PEOPLE DON'T WANT TO HEAR YOUR SHIT.

Blogger Koanic September 30, 2015 11:47 AM  

Clearly, hours spent holding a phallic symbol and weeping are a metaphor for his conflicted attitude towards latent homosexuality and deep addiction to cuckold porn.

I give 5/6 odds that if he played Russian Roulette once he'd wake up and start enjoying life.

Blogger JDC September 30, 2015 11:47 AM  

Not especially well written, and not very well thought out. Even if I agreed with the subject matter, I feel like I've seen better delivery mechanisms for these thoughts on bus benches and bathroom stalls.

So his critique focuses on the delivery mechanism? Shouldn't he rail against Amazon and the internet then?

Also, when I read a review and see the words, "Not well written," without citing specific examples I stop reading. I pray he puts the shotgun away, monitor his diet, get some exercise and get some professional help outside of opening his delicate heart to the world via the internet.

Blogger Skylark Thibedeau September 30, 2015 11:49 AM  

Amazon is chock full of SJW's in their forums. I was talking about outsourcing and referred to an Article at Seypoy Rebellion complaining about the slave wages and conditions suffered by Cubicle Coolies and go dozens of angry sjw's riled up. They tried to get me banned.

it was with poetic justice I saw later the ringleaders company was off shoring their underwriting department.

Blogger JP September 30, 2015 11:51 AM  

Vox has the approval of a gay man. He is untouchable now.

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 11:53 AM  

You're also an enormous asshole if you kill yourself with another man's gun. Thanks for giving me a place to live - I'm gonna kill myself in a way that's guaranteed to make your life very, very ugly for quite some time.

Blogger Geoff September 30, 2015 12:07 PM  

If this man truly suffers from depression, then he has my sympathy and I encourage him to stop writing fake book reviews and seek help.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer September 30, 2015 12:13 PM  

You're also an enormous asshole if you kill yourself with another man's gun. Thanks for giving me a place to live - I'm gonna kill myself in a way that's guaranteed to make your life very, very ugly for quite some time.

Well he was going to do it in the bathtub with the shower curtain pulled, no way the police might suspect an attempt to minimize evidence of a crime and maximize ease of clean up. That thought would never cross their minds!

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 12:13 PM  

Vox why do you even care about some pathetic guy who wrote what you believe is a fake review? Do one star reviews bother you that much?

OpenID Steve September 30, 2015 12:15 PM  

His last tweet was "Saying goodbye to the Nagpur office..." looks like that is where you pick up illegal alien rough trade. https://instagram.com/p/8QH31_KT2O/ . A gay SF roommate that keeps a shotgun under his bed but doesn't notice its been moved, its more likely he tried to commit suicide by getting raped to death by a unicorn.

Why on earth would a normal, healthy human being publicly disclose such things about themselves to the entire world?

To get attention, this is why healthcare workers are not supposed to hook up with patients or the hookers outside of the hospitals.

I've seen better delivery mechanisms for these thoughts on bus benches and bathroom stalls

Is he trying to virtue signal that he takes the bus with non Asian minorities, because his twitter shows he has enough money for a car but not for hair transplants or dentistry?

@16 Jordan-A female-like need for attention and affirmation of worth, I'm sorry to say. I see it among my sons' friends and it breaks my heart.

Tell them that even gay guys want to date more manly men than that.

Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all.

I have seen a faggot move out of his boyfriends place after breaking up, who I helped move furniture for their monthly break up, that ended up calling me while I was still at his exes place wanting to go out clubbing that night when he told his ex he didn't have money to contribute to rent, got him to admit on speaker phone that he cheated on his ex, only to have Joey threatening to kill himself if his ex didn't take him back in the same day. I told his ex to call 911 and let them take care of him & that I wouldn't help them move anymore but they had a big jenny jones scene on the street in front of his exes apartment.

I give 5/6 odds that if he played Russian Roulette once he'd wake up and start enjoying life.

I am sure someone could let him borrow a glock or AK to play Russian roulette with.

In fact, there is a good chance he has already lost out on jobs because of it.

HR catladies probably think it makes him more sensitive and in touch
BigGaySteve

Blogger Anonymous Robot September 30, 2015 12:22 PM  

I am sure someone could let him borrow a glock or AK to play Russian roulette with.

I think you can only play Russian Roulette with a revolver ...

Blogger Anonymous Robot September 30, 2015 12:23 PM  

Vox why do you even care about some pathetic guy who wrote what you believe is a fake review? Do one star reviews bother you that much?

What part of Award Winning Cruelty Artist do you not understand?

Blogger Were-Puppy September 30, 2015 12:25 PM  

@8 Dusty
A fake book review does not warrant this sort of thing. Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard.
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Wipes Tear From Eye.

Blogger Earl September 30, 2015 12:26 PM  

Austrian Roulette?

Blogger Scott Rassbach September 30, 2015 12:28 PM  

If someone threatens to commit suicide, you don't buy them lunch. You call the cops, get an ambulance, and get their ass in the hospital. If it's a cry for help, they'll get help. If it's a plea for attention, they'll get a lot more than they bargained for.

I did this to a friend with a history of multiple 'suicide attempts'. That was her last one, whether it was because she got help or was so embarrassed she didn't want that to happen again, I never knew.

Blogger Were-Puppy September 30, 2015 12:28 PM  

@23 Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery
Jeremy K. Lance
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Does it seem most of these guys look very similar?

Blogger Dave September 30, 2015 12:32 PM  

I think you can only play Russian Roulette with a revolver ...

Not true; but you only get 1 attempt which was likely Steve's point

Blogger Were-Puppy September 30, 2015 12:33 PM  

@48 Travis Landenwitsch
Vox why do you even care about some pathetic guy who wrote what you believe is a fake review? Do one star reviews bother you that much?
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He did it to smoke out weasels.

Blogger Tom K. September 30, 2015 12:39 PM  

When I was a young man and Christian, long, long before the glories of the internet, emotional blackmail and guilt tripping good people were very common tactics used to manipulate compassionate people into sacrificing for the evil perpetrator in the hopes of demonstrating Christ's love and mercy.

We were wrong to do so. We did not understand the tactics of the sociopathic personalities we were dealing with. Not one ever became Christian as a result of our Christ-like actions.

One concept Christians have a problem with is the concept of individual culpability and guilt. No matter what has been done to you in your life, YOU are responsible for your response. No one is going to hell because they never heard if Jesus. They are going to hell because they've EARNED it.

OpenID Steve September 30, 2015 12:39 PM  

I think you can only play Russian Roulette with a revolver ...

A revolver would give him a 1/6 chance, but a 15 round mag with only 1 or 2 bullets in it should give better odds ;)

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 12:40 PM  

Vox why do you even care about some pathetic guy who wrote what you believe is a fake review? Do one star reviews bother you that much?

Because it is a direct attempt by an enemy to harm me. I don't permit free shots. If you want to take a crack at me, that's fine, just be aware that I will punch back, and I am not afraid to punch back harder.

Fake reviews offend me because I am a former professional reviewer. I've been at this long enough to know that they don't do any harm, but they are both malicious and completely unnecessary. Due to that, I will not hesitate to doxx and humiliate anyone who posts a fake review of any of my books.

Blogger Were-Puppy September 30, 2015 12:41 PM  

Vox is like a bug light for SJWs. They see it, and can't resist going over and getting fried to death.

OpenID thenatem September 30, 2015 12:51 PM  

Vox... Gahhhh Trigger Warning, Please!

@54
"If someone threatens to commit suicide, you don't buy them lunch. You call the cops, get an ambulance, and get their ass in the hospital. If it's a cry for help, they'll get help. If it's a plea for attention, they'll get a lot more than they bargained for."

Absolutely right. Had a friend in HS I was talking to on the phone and he threatened suicide then hung up when I refused some other emotional manipulation. I immediately called the police, gave them his name and address and they went over to check on him. He didn't speak to me for some time after, but I felt not guilt over it. He DID end up committing suicide, which I felt bad about. But in retrospect my calling him on his threat might have bought him more time by causing him to delay before he went through with it. After he'd done it I got a call from his mother, who had just found out about the call I'd made, grilling me about it. Again, I'd done what I could do for him, but ultimately it didn't fall on me to save him.


"Most of us also didn't shoot ourselves many, many times over the last few years."

I'm currently 11780-0 in Not Shooting Myself. And i'm on pace to break my record.

I'll note that Jeremy Lance also (apparently unironically) referred to himself as "The David Foster Wallace of Software Development"

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 12:56 PM  

Vox, cool was just curious. Thanks for your answer.

Blogger clk September 30, 2015 12:59 PM  

"Not especially well written, and not very well thought out...."

Well .. what ever his other talents .. past works have shown that VD can write very well... the reveiw leaves the impression of being fake ..

I think a better course of action for anyone wanting to harm VD .. would be to actually read the book.. and then write a long and well thought out review with examples and evidence of where it might be wrong. These short snarky reveiws add no value and dont stand the sniff test as being real... VD only gets upset with fake reviews .. not well thought negative reveiws as I sure in his time as a reveiwer he gave the occasional two thumbs down...

Blogger Taco Tuesday September 30, 2015 1:00 PM  

anyone who posts a fake review of any of my books

Define "fake". Given my experience with SJW Always Lie, I see no direct evidence that he did not read it.

Blogger BassmanCO September 30, 2015 1:02 PM  

@65

And given my experience with SJWs Always Lie, I say you're full of shit.

Blogger ScottD September 30, 2015 1:09 PM  

Funny thing, if you click through to see this "man's" other reviews, he reviewed "John Scalzi is a Rapist" and there is a picture of the original cover.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 1:13 PM  

Define "fake".

No.

Blogger Tom K. September 30, 2015 1:14 PM  

Vox, please add a like AND a real UNLIKE button to your comments section. Some of these response are so good I'm bummed when I can't high five them. And some so stupid I need to heap on some disdain.

Blogger Tom K. September 30, 2015 1:15 PM  

Vox, please add a like AND a real UNLIKE button to your comments section. Some of these response are so good I'm bummed when I can't high five them. And some so stupid I need to heap on some disdain.

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Blogger JAY WILL September 30, 2015 1:19 PM  

The gamma is vampiric in nature. Draining you of psychological resources if allowed. Was thinking that gammas will tend to only show the soft side of their insecurity, in this case suicidal feelings but are more protective of their gamma raging side.

There is a romanticism to suiciding that isnt warranted. Taken so young, to fragile for this earth sort of stuff. I suspect many suicides are momentary lapses where some triggering has occurred, but rather than the porcelain faced tears of a heart to fragile for this earth there is a pathetic childlike rage in those final moments.

Projecting here but think valid point.

Given that and assuming sjws are usually gamma. The light of truth must expose that raging and hateful side and not let the romantic lost soul get away with his trickery and front.




Blogger VD September 30, 2015 1:23 PM  

The light of truth must expose that raging and hateful side and not let the romantic lost soul get away with his trickery and front.

Bingo. That may be the most insightful comment you've ever made here. Good stuff.

Blogger Anonymous Robot September 30, 2015 1:26 PM  

His review did not have a Verified Purchase stamp.

Is it likely that he purchased it from Castalia House?

It is clearly a fake review.

Blogger Gaiseric ! September 30, 2015 1:28 PM  

"Most of us also didn't shoot ourselves many, many times over the last few years."

I'm currently 11780-0 in Not Shooting Myself. And i'm on pace to break my record.


You're 11,780 years old!

Blogger Forrest Bishop September 30, 2015 1:29 PM  

@65. Taco Tuesday

anyone who posts a fake review of any of my books

Define "fake". Given my experience with SJW Always Lie, I see no direct evidence that he did not read it.

Let us review:
Not especially well written, and not very well thought out. Even if I agreed with the subject matter, I feel like I've seen better delivery mechanisms for these thoughts on bus benches and bathroom stalls.

You can also see no direct evidence that he did in fact read it. In fact, this obviously fake review could be universally applied to anything ever written: without having ever read any specific part of it. The only thing the author of this fake review has positively claimed is a propensity to read things written on bus benches and bathroom stalls.

Blogger ajw308 (#98) September 30, 2015 1:30 PM  

It must be a generational thing. Why on earth would a normal, healthy human being publicly disclose such things about themselves to the entire world?
A need for attention at any cost?

Blogger Daniel September 30, 2015 1:31 PM  

They do like to commit suicide by Vox, though.

Blogger ajw308 (#98) September 30, 2015 1:37 PM  

Define "fake"
@65 You need a bigger SJW flag and to wave it just a little bit higher.

OpenID thenatem September 30, 2015 1:41 PM  

@75 i'm counting days not An Hero'd. If I were that old, i'd hope to be a lot smarter than I am now.

Blogger Daniel September 30, 2015 1:45 PM  

Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all.

Ahem. Why do you think Jesus called Judas Iscariot?

It may mean "suicidal, fake, bloody, deliverer, assassin, betrayer out of Kerioth." or it might just mean "choking hazard that exploded" but it definitely is a retroactive epithet that may have meant something minor during his life but took on greater insult after it.

Ridiculing suicide is fundamentally Christian.

Blogger ajw308 (#98) September 30, 2015 2:03 PM  

Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all.
It's not like he fired and missed or had to be saved in the ER. He's attention whoring and you're falling for it.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 30, 2015 2:05 PM  

Limbaugh is talking about "controlling behavior" and it's connection to talk of suicide.

This kid ought to be asking how repeating nearly incoherent political rhetoric helps in dealing with his mental health

Blogger AmyJ September 30, 2015 2:11 PM  

Fake reviews by the mentally unstable? Color me unsurprised.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 2:25 PM  

> Do or do not. There is no try.

Meh. That has to be one of the worst lines in any of the Star Wars movies. In point of fact, there is only try. Many times whether we succeed or fail at the things we try in life is completely outside of our direct control. All we can do is our best.

Blogger Alexander September 30, 2015 2:27 PM  

@82

He's not falling for it. If the guy at the office water cooler tells you 'hey man, that's not cool', then maybe he's fallen for it.

But nobody shows up at Vox Day and says something like, "you guys aren't being very Christian..." without knowing what they're doing. It's not a conversation they just stumbled across and are uncomfortable with.

Dusty thinks that he can con us. Dusty has either mistaken us for Republicans, or has a dim awareness that we're something else but has decided to double down anyway.

OpenID Steve September 30, 2015 2:30 PM  

I'm currently 11780-0 in Not Shooting Myself. And i'm on pace to break my record.-You're 11,780 years old!

Obviously he lived in Chicago for the last 5 years and those are the times he missed himself only to hit a Gentle Giant that just robbed a liquor store 10 min earlier.

They do like to commit suicide by Vox, though.

Only by poisoning their entire neighborhood. Would be better if they offed themselves than open anouther free range hyena shelter in their back yard as they are when they import the 3rd world.-bgs

Blogger Banjo September 30, 2015 2:41 PM  

@85 James: It's all about the approach.

If you were going to go do some yardwork, you say "I'm going to cut the grass" not "I'm going to try to cut the grass". If you are going to illuminate a room, then you say "I'm going to turn on the light" as opposed to "I'm going to try to turn on the light". Neither of the original statements brooks the possibility of failing in your mind, though you may well have run out of gas in your mower, or the bulb might have blown out in your room.

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Blogger Cataline Sergius September 30, 2015 3:01 PM  

I've said this before but it's worth repeating.

The big problem with Amazon's review system is that it lets anyone review. Unlike, say Steam where you have to actually buy the game first.

Now I admit, mine is hardly a perfect solution. For example I've done advance reviews and naturally I got my copy from the publisher. So I wouldn't be able to post my review under those circumstances.

Blogger Cataline Sergius September 30, 2015 3:04 PM  

@89

@Jeremy Lance.

Come on kid, you can use your own name here. We won't judge. (*snicker*)

Blogger FALPhil September 30, 2015 3:04 PM  

@8 Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all. Not by any standard.

I don't know. It all depends on how serious the attempt was. If the attempt was in jest, why is jesting about it wrong?

Blogger Were-Puppy September 30, 2015 3:08 PM  

Enemy identified

Blogger BassmanCO September 30, 2015 3:13 PM  

@89

Scalzi, you don't even have the balls to go by your real name?

Blogger rcocean September 30, 2015 3:14 PM  

"you guys aren't being very Christian..."

Anyone who says that is just playing by Alinsky's rules, should be labeled an SJW and ignored or banned.

Blogger tridekka September 30, 2015 3:18 PM  

I thought at @89 was Scalzi, only it lacked some bj or dress snark. Friendly url is "pushing-button" for this article.

HEY SJWS, IT'S A TRAP. That all y'all will still jump into.

Blogger rcocean September 30, 2015 3:20 PM  

9/10 anyone telling you to "turn the other cheek" or "that wasn't very Christian" knows nothing about Christianity or Theology. And I always like the quote from "Blood on the Sun" :

Bad Guy: You have saying Condon-son "Forgive your enemies"?
Condon: Yes, forgive your enemies - but first get even.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 3:20 PM  

He probably called him Iscariot because it means man of Kerioth, and that's where he was from.

Blogger rcocean September 30, 2015 3:22 PM  

No. 89 isn't snarky enough to be JS.

Blogger rcocean September 30, 2015 3:24 PM  

Plus I only see one "ass" "Shit" " or "butt" reference. JS uses at least one per sentence.

Blogger Dexter September 30, 2015 3:26 PM  

Bad Guy: You have saying Condon-son "Forgive your enemies"?
Condon: Yes, forgive your enemies - but first get even.


Nah, nah, nah, it's "forgive your enemies, but not before they are hanged."

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 3:30 PM  

> Neither of the original statements brooks the possibility of failing in your mind

Well, not in your mind, maybe. I'm quite aware of my own ability to screw things up beyond any rational explanation.

> I wouldn't take VD's word too seriously when he claims to be Christian.

We're sure you wouldn't. Fortunately, you have absolutely no say in the matter of who is and is not a Christian.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery September 30, 2015 3:34 PM  

Were-Puppy - It's amazing how similar to each other SJW's tend to look.

Blogger daddynichol September 30, 2015 3:34 PM  

"After all he is someone who claims to be a musician(on the basis of having written lyrics for a couple of songs for a bad 90's techno band), a game designer(on the basis of having been slightly involved with a very forgettable Doom clone), and a novelist(on the basis of a catalog of hackneyed fantasy novels and a couple non-fiction works..."

Ok, sparky, let's see your long list of accomplishments. We'll be happy to compare the two. BTW, Vox doesn't "claim". He did do all the above. Now, let's see what you have.

Blogger JAY WILL September 30, 2015 3:42 PM  

@85

"Many times whether we succeed or fail at the things we try in life is completely outside of our direct control. All we can do is our best."

I think its the difference between objective reality and subjective philosophies. Objectively I know my level in pool, I'm not being negative about it, its a reasonable assessment of where I'm at relative to other people. However, my tendency to think like this hijacks my capability. I will tend to say things like this, "if I play well I can win games", "on my day I can beat the best players" "play well and get some run here and there over the next few years I'll probably win one".

Now objectively what I've said is correct but that is no use to me subjectively. I need to be saying "todays my day". I need to look at a stronger opponent and not think "I can beat him" I need to think, "he's going down today" or even banter like "what times your train home".

Destiny philosophies work well in sport. When the Japanese chose to go for the scrum against South Africa in a 100/1 outsider win they didn't "try" they "believed" they were going over that line.

I'm not going to try to win, I believe I'm going to win. It may take him a thousand goes, but in the kids fable the stoical tortoise continues on with the same philosophy. Every time he turns up he believes he will win. The "making the numbers up" guys laugh at him. But whereas they will always fail because they don't ever really believe (they need it handed to them on a plate) his day eventually does come.



Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 3:52 PM  

Making fun of someone's suicide attempt is not Christian at all

Tell that to Chesterton, cuck.

OpenID Steve September 30, 2015 3:56 PM  

"Many times whether we succeed or fail at the things we try in life is completely outside of our direct control. All we can do is our best."

Failure defines leftists. K style people overcome failure. Edison failed at making a light bulb over 200 times before he got it right. The Wright bros failed enough times they realized the math/science was wrong and built the worlds first wind tunnel to figure it out. The guy credited with inventing radio used 17 patented inventions by Tesla in his "invention" as Tesla was trying to invent a better model.

Said best here http://theconservativetreehouse.com/about/
"For the conservative, when life presents great struggles, he knows he has the power to surmount them. Happiness stems from internal strength and perseverance. For the liberal, when life presents great struggles, the system failed, therefore they were at the mercy of a faulty system, and they believe that only when the system is fixed can their life improve. Happiness is built on systemic contingencies, which they will then seek to control or expect someone else to.

One blames himself. The other blames anyone and everyone but himself."
-

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 4:04 PM  

@32: "No surprise, he was also a big proponent of the #ILookLikeAnEngineer movement where he abased himself and said all the women "engineers" he knows are better than him."

SJWS always lie.

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 4:07 PM  

@36 Ron,

I made this for you.

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 4:14 PM  

@62: After he'd done it I got a call from his mother

Probably schizophrenia, then?

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 4:15 PM  

Vox, cool was just curious. Thanks for your answer.

You are a liar.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 4:22 PM  

How exactly am I a liar automatthew?

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 4:23 PM  

You are not just curious. You have an obvious agenda. You are a lying liar who lies.

No one here is fooled by your pretenses.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 4:26 PM  

> I think its the difference between objective reality and subjective philosophies.

Quite possibly.

> I'm not going to try to win, I believe I'm going to win.

That works for some people. I merely approach every task with the goal of doing my best and don't worry too much about the outcome. But then I have rather high expectations of "my best", especially when it comes to the areas I have experience in.

> Failure defines leftists. K style people overcome failure.

Well, yeah. The fact that I sometimes fail because of things outside my control is a fact of life, not a reason to quit trying.

To a sports metaphor as mentioned above. A college football team's schedule is set years in advance. Any given team has almost no control over it. All they can do is play the games on their schedule. So taking things to their extreme, which is a better football team: One who plays the 12 best teams in the country and loses every game by single digits, or one who plays the 12 worst teams in the country and wins every game by double digits? How would you apply "Do or do not. There is no try." in such a case.

Blogger Groot September 30, 2015 4:32 PM  

@27. Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery:
"Jeremy K. Lance and his girlfriend."

At first, I thought I LOLed at shear relief from not having melted eyeballs, but I continue to chuckle. +1 for the Evil Stevil.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 4:44 PM  

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Blogger Desiderius September 30, 2015 4:52 PM  

"the David Foster Wallace of software development"

Hate to have to debug that code...

That's like bragging that you're the John Scalzi of original content, or the Vox Day of PR flacks.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery September 30, 2015 5:01 PM  

Groot - I thank you. I'm pretty sure it is his girlfriend.

Desiderius - or the Philip Sandifer of having sex with women.

Blogger Russell (106) September 30, 2015 5:04 PM  

@109 automatthew

Do, or do knot.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 5:05 PM  

Automatthew believe whatever you want man. I guess my secret agenda of politely thanking Vox for his reply wasn't crafty enough to get by you.

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 5:11 PM  

We are not fools. And we are not operating in a vaccuum.

We know why you are here. We know what you are trying to do.

And we know that you will be banned again, sooner or later.

Blogger borderwalker September 30, 2015 5:19 PM  

I think the part of Jeremy K. Lance's blog that I enjoyed the most was the pages and pages of long, detailed blog posts with zero comments (including the "suicide attempt" one).

What's sadder than compulsive attention-whoring? Compulsive attention-whoring that receives no attention.

Blogger automatthew September 30, 2015 5:19 PM  

@89, "Unknown"

Another commenter here uses that handle. His Blogger profile is 4 years older than yours, so he wins.

If you think it's worth your time to set your profile name to something else, you may continue to comment here.

Don't comment as "Unknown" again.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 5:25 PM  

@120

Travis, why do you even care about some guy on the internet who calls you a lying liar who lies? Does being called a lying liar who lies actually bother you that much? Just curious.




Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 5:30 PM  

Seriously this is fucking weird. I'm here because the discussions and blog posts interest me. That's it.

Your infatuation with me is starting to get odd.




Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 5:32 PM  

Kudzu bob,

It was just strange to see someone call me a liar for thanking Vox for answering a question I asked him. That's abnormal behaviour.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 5:35 PM  

@125

But maybe automatthew is just, you know, interested in your posts.

Speaking of which, why were you banned before?

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 5:43 PM  

@126

It was just strange to see someone call me a liar for thanking Vox for answering a question I asked him. That's abnormal behaviour.

Not if he actually thinks you're a liar. Seeing as how you're enough of an expert to label someone else's behavior as "abnormal," why do you think he might get the impression that you're a liar. Go on, demonstrate your knowledge of psychology. We're interested.

Blogger Cail Corishev September 30, 2015 5:43 PM  

Your infatuation with me is starting to get odd.

Sigh. You can't help yourself, can you? Reframe and act clueless, rinse and repeat.

He has you pegged. Your "questions" are always of the "But aren't you still beating your wife?" sort, but you act wide-eyed and polite enough that you don't get called out on it right away because people think maybe you're really that naive. It's extremely obvious to anyone who's seen it hundreds of times before, and it won't work if someone calls it what it is.

You'll either drift away looking for a less savvy audience elsewhere, or have a fit and go out in a flurry of crazy first. I'm not sure which way to bet yet.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 5:44 PM  

Kudzu bob,

Maybe he is.

I broke the first part of rule six of the blog. Vox generously let me come back when I asked him. If he wants me gone again all he's gotta do is say so and I'll leave.

Blogger BurrishHen September 30, 2015 5:47 PM  

@120

Everything is a sneaky agenda around here.

Anything critical of Vox must surely have been posted by John Scalzi, he doesn't have a substantial new book contract to work on or anything, surely instead of doing that he sits on an obscure blog all day shooting the breeze with a bunch of world-class minds like most of the commenters here think they are. Or else it must have been done by whoever the most recent recipient of one of VD's Twitter breakouts, because no way could a douche of Vox's magnitude ever act as troll bait.

No way could a negative comment just be a random net user who is amused by VD's delusions of grandeur, labeling himself as a superintelligence(who can't seem to put a piece of art together that isn't generic modern trash, unlike most people to whom the term "superintelligence" could be applied) and a Sigma, which is apparently some sort of super-Alpha in the retarded social hierarchy promoted by the aspies on the alt-right, although being married to a woman who looks like John Lithgow in drag on a diet pill binge seems to contradict that claim too. Nope, you guys got me, I really am John Scalzi, about to go mow the lawn in a dress.

Blogger Dave September 30, 2015 5:55 PM  

@borderwalker - What's sadder than compulsive attention-whoring? Compulsive attention-whoring that receives no attention.

That sums it up so perfectly. Thank you borderwalker for scouting his blog to spare the rest of the us.

Blogger Steve, the Dark Ninja of Mockery September 30, 2015 5:57 PM  

We need a better class of troll around here.

That's why I was sorry to see Tiny Tim go. His stories were legendary and the comments carnage that ensued was epic.

This one's just another "Nyah! Nyah! Poopyhead!" insult-troll, and the insults are boring. I've found more interesting things in my cat's litter tray.

2/10 - would not feed.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 6:00 PM  

The first part of rule six is that nobody here gets to call Vox a liar. Do you sincerely believe that Vox is a liar? If so, then why would you come crawling back here, begging to be allowed to post on the platform of someone that you believe to be a liar? Isn't that, to borrow your artful term, abnormal behavior?

On the hand, if you didn't really believe Vox was a liar when you called him a liar, that that must mean automatthew was right to call you a lying liar who lies.

So, Travis, are you psychologically abnormal or are you a lying liar who lies? Or are you a psychologically abnormal lying liar who lies? I am interested in your reply.

Blogger Floyd Looney September 30, 2015 6:01 PM  

Spammers selling sunglasses are better reviews

Blogger Dave September 30, 2015 6:01 PM  

We know it's not scalzi because he doesn't mow his yard.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 6:02 PM  

Bob,
Just because someone believes a thing doesn't mean it's normal. If automatthew is enough of an expert to know I'm a liar and my "agenda", I'm enough of an expert to say he's exhibiting abnormal behaviour.

Cail Corishev,

Care to make a wager on that last bit?

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 6:08 PM  

Bob,

Are you dating automatthew, cause this seems oddly personal to you? I'm interested in your reply.

I called him a liar, and then realized I was infact wrong. So after coming to this realization I asked if I could come back to his blog. That's called normal human behaviour. You know we make mistakes, learn from them and get better.

Blogger Danby September 30, 2015 6:16 PM  

Travis.
Yes you're pretty. Now put your clothes back on and get us sammiches.

Blogger Cail Corishev September 30, 2015 6:17 PM  

Care to make a wager on that last bit?

You want me to pay you to keep trolling here? I'll pass.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 6:19 PM  

@138

Your posts here demonstrate that you and "normal human behavior" at best have only a nodding acquaintance. Your lies are so easy to spot because you don't know how people who aren't fucked up in the head really think.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 6:29 PM  

Anything critical of Vox must surely have been posted by John Scalzi, he doesn't have a substantial new book contract to work on or anything, surely instead of doing that he sits on an obscure blog all day shooting the breeze with a bunch of world-class minds like most of the commenters here think they are.

Considering how Scalzi is known to have tweeted 81,000+ times, your sarcasm-fu is weak.

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 6:30 PM  

Kudzu,

Please professor explain how my posts demostrate that? Maybe spot a couple lies for me? I mean you've got me pegged so this should be easy for you. I can't wait to be enlightened.


Blogger Unknown September 30, 2015 6:33 PM  

@James Dixon: Do or do not...

Turn on your Rhetoric detector and see if the green light comes on.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 6:36 PM  

@143

Will Graham: I thought you might enjoy the challenge. Find out if you're smarter than the person I'm looking for.

Hannibal Lecter: Then, by implication, you think you're smarter than I am, since it was you who caught me.

Will Graham: No, I know I'm not smarter than you.

Hannibal Lecter: Then how did you catch me?

Will Graham: You had... disadvantages.

Hannibal Lecter: What disadvantages?

Will Graham: You're insane.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 6:40 PM  

Travis, your behavior has observably led people to believe you are disingenuous. Rather than trying to argue with them with regards to why they have concluded that about your behavior, you should contemplate what it is about your behavior that causes complete strangers to conclude you are disingenuous.

Blogger VD September 30, 2015 6:43 PM  

Short answer: you offered an explanation when none was requested. That is consistent with dishonest behavior and ex post facto spin. People here are quite familiar with commenters a) digging for data and b) playing prosecutor.

Whether you were or not, that's what it looked like to the average observer.

Blogger kudzu bob September 30, 2015 6:44 PM  

@146

Yes, that's what a psychologically normal person would do, isn't it?

Blogger Travis Landenwitsch September 30, 2015 6:47 PM  

Good point Vox. Most people formed their opinions of me when I was banned. I need to work on re-establishing trust, and that starts with my own behaviour when posting.

Blogger Lost Pilgrim September 30, 2015 7:30 PM  

Testing. I am having a terrible time getting the new system to work

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 8:06 PM  

> Turn on your Rhetoric detector and see if the green light comes on.

Rhetoric operates at the emotional level. Emotion says that effort matters, even in a losing cause. See "Casablanca", for example. How many times does Rick succeed in Yoda's estimation?

Blogger SciVo September 30, 2015 8:59 PM  

JAY WILL @105 had the best justification, but the fact is that in the movie, a Jedi Knight's pure will was enough to effect the physical world. Yoda's philosophy was intended for the Green Lantern, not you or I.

Blogger Civis Silas September 30, 2015 9:54 PM  

@6 Why on earth would a normal, healthy human being publicly disclose such things about themselves to the entire world?

They don't. Particularly not in a way that tries to romanticize the experience.


Incidentally, assuming he's reading this, Fat Fuck Chuck has now found a way to trigger Vox: write a lazy, poorly written fake review of his work. As a foe, I must recommend this course of action.

Blogger James Dixon September 30, 2015 9:55 PM  

> Yoda's philosophy was intended for the Green Lantern, not you or I.

I can buy that. But that's not how people use it. Nor how it was used here.

Blogger Unknown September 30, 2015 10:00 PM  

@10 "Whenever I hear someone saying they are "suicidal" I have to laugh. If you really wanted to kill yourself, you would do it and wouldn't stand around talking about it all day. I lost a close friend to suicide. We never knew it was coming. There were no warnings. One day, he jumped off a bridge, and that was it. That is what "suicidal" looks like."

Exactly. In my twenties I worked in a large warehouse. One of my workmates always appeared to be happy-go-lucky, and you would never guessed he was suicidal. One morning we came and were told he had committed suicide overnight using a gun. We NEVER saw it coming.

Morris

Blogger Unknown the Younger September 30, 2015 10:03 PM  

@123 Ouch, that hurt! I thought about taking my narratude and going home, but too much fun here. And "Unknown the Younger" works for me. Party on!

--The commenter formerly known as Unknown.

Blogger Unknown the Elder September 30, 2015 10:20 PM  

@123 Ouch, that hurt! I thought about taking my narratude and going home, but too much fun here. And "Unknown the Younger" works for me. Party on!

--The commenter formerly known as Unknown.

Blogger Unknown the Elder September 30, 2015 10:22 PM  

@123 Oops. I'm voluntarily going in for reading comprehension re-education. FYI, I've not been comfortable posting as Unknown, so I'm evolving from Unknown -> Unknown the Younger -> Unknown the Elder.

--The commenter formerly known as Unknown, then Unknown the Younger.

Blogger Groot October 01, 2015 1:22 AM  

@131. BurrishHen:
"being married to a woman who looks like John Lithgow in drag on a diet pill binge"

Spacebunny is cute enough to make Vox an alpha even were he to look, act and smell like you. Or, as my friend Drax would White-Knight, "and this green whore is my friend, too." Admittedly, his punctuation is more explosive.

Blogger LP999/S.I.G. Burnin' Up! October 01, 2015 1:31 AM  

Suicidal my paintbrush inca gold finger - this man means to communicate to the world that J. Lance cannot control himself with one firearm. Nonsense. I don't believe J. Lance.

Jackass: suicide doesn't work, it fails, go to God, go to work, earn some money, and cope.

If pretty people can do it so can you! Grow up!
Man up, quit crying.

I see the mirror and damn what a fool I can be, lesson learned!

Blogger SciVo October 01, 2015 1:55 AM  

@ James Dixon: "I can buy that. But that's not how people use it. Nor how it was used here."

The way it was used here was part rhetoric, part bullshit.

On the one hand, what he did was just suicidal ideation. That isn't nothing, but it isn't even an attempt. So sure, mock his drama queening.

On the other hand, I'm not so sure that we should be proud of how men are generally better at succeeding at our suicide attempts than women are. We can be proud of being less likely to whine, but we still leave behind people that cared.

Blogger Beau October 01, 2015 2:35 AM  

OT

Tonight, after a year and a half of weekly contact, the young woman living on the street self-identified as Pain revealed her true name to us. Her act is a milestone of trust.

All throughout this day and evening has been one amazing conversation to the next with people deeply and sincerely seeking after God - in San Francisco. I stand amazed in the presence of Jesus the Nazarene.

Blogger Jim Milo October 01, 2015 3:04 AM  

@10 When I was in my 20s, I dated this crazy Romanian. Her mother was a physician, and her house was full of drug samples. When I ended things, she threatened to take every pill in her cupboard.

As this was the first time she threatened this, I was righty concerned and called her mother at the office. In a cold monotone, the doctor said "She tries this twice a month. Just ignore her. I'll ask her to stop calling you."

Last I heard she was married to a trucker in Elliott Lake, Ontario.

Blogger Jim Milo October 01, 2015 3:08 AM  

@32

#ilooklikeanengineer

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tvMAoY-nyz8/T0R_AEeDuQI/AAAAAAAABP4/mGyx-JRqks4/s320/9ef070fa4d30a600a8c2ac23f74e.jpeg

Blogger joe camel October 01, 2015 6:30 AM  

OMG! Even Al from Home Improvement looks less dorky than this guy. He totally nails hipster douche.

Blogger Were-Puppy October 01, 2015 10:20 AM  

@122 borderwalker

What's sadder than compulsive attention-whoring? Compulsive attention-whoring that receives no attention.
---
He's so . . .

Attention whores are the worst. They are like the mosquitos or gnats of humanity.

Blogger LP999/S.I.G. Burnin' Up! October 01, 2015 2:36 PM  

I was insensitive towards Lance, I'm sorry, I hope the Lord reaches him/has the help needed. I was not mistreated or disregarded when I've shared my probs. Note: I understand/concur to refrain from such matters at this venue.

However I stated what I did due to The Lance Deception at Amazon against VD whom wrote a perfectly fine book, SJWs Always Lie.

Also gammatudes evoke a little trigger or slight annoyance within me due to past occurrences with gammas

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