The Watchtower of Destruction: The Ferrett's Journal - Thoughts From A PBS Catalogue
Thoughts From A PBS Catalogue|
Very good. You can quote. I'm glad you've mastered the arts of Copy and Paste.
Next, master the art of actually, you know, reading.
Now. Show me where I said that what I did was worse than what he did.
You can't. G'wan, analyze, but you see what you want to see, what's not there. You won't find the words, "And thank God that everyone who has a right to hate me is automatically made better than I am!" Because they don't exist.
And I don't feel like having your idiotic words stuffed into my mouth today, thank you. I'd rather have words from people who a) don't arrive with agendas firmly packed, b) not mentioning the obvious group that they got themselves whipped up from as if to pretend that you're not all a gang, and c) someone who's smart enough not to twist everything like a toy balloon to meet the decision you've already managed.
I don't like it when the Bush administration did it. You? Not quite as bad as the Bush administration, but you're not winning any intellectual points today.