Kerry; “You don’t invade another country on phony pretexts”

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#1 Edited by thebest31406 (3222 posts) -

John Kerry the Comedian

On Sunday, Kerry condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “act of aggression” for his choice to invade Ukraine and warned of “very serious repercussions,” including trade sanctions.

“It’s really 19th century behavior in the 21st century,” Kerry said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. He suggested Putin is “possibly trying to annex Crimeam,” saying, “You just don’t invade another country on phony pretexts in order to assert your interests.”

Full Article: http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/russia-going-lose

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgtZOZVmFD8

John Kerry is a funny guy, isn't he?

#2 Posted by Master_Live (13592 posts) -

Why is that funny?

#3 Edited by uninspiredcup (6764 posts) -

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

#4 Posted by MlauTheDaft (2992 posts) -

Irony at it's finest. That being said, Russia has "a couple" of severe issues.

#5 Posted by LJS9502_basic (149437 posts) -

Why is that funny?

Indeed. What point is TC trying to make? Because if he's trying to make the point I think he's trying to make...he failed.

#6 Posted by thebest31406 (3222 posts) -

@MlauTheDaft: The irony is simply breathtaking. My mouth actually dropped when he said it. It was one of those "oh, no he didn't" moments. I'm going to give him the benefit and assume that's he's joking.

#7 Posted by RadecSupreme (4601 posts) -

Just because the US gov decided to invade doesn't everyone wanted it.

#8 Posted by pspdseagle (3307 posts) -

It is hypocrisy at its finest.

#9 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

John Kerry the Comedian

On Sunday, Kerry condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “act of aggression” for his choice to invade Ukraine and warned of “very serious repercussions,” including trade sanctions.

“It’s really 19th century behavior in the 21st century,” Kerry said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. He suggested Putin is “possibly trying to annex Crimeam,” saying, “You just don’t invade another country on phony pretexts in order to assert your interests.”

Full Article: http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/russia-going-lose

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgtZOZVmFD8

John Kerry is a funny guy, isn't he?

Oh look, another guy claiming the United States made up Iraq's WMD program in order to go steal their oil. Meanwhile they still have all their oil and the United States is a gazillion dollars poorer and lost thousands of troops. Yea we really got a lot out of that one.

Saddam Hussein made up his own WMD program, and his own general's believed they had a nuke program. Get a new schtick. It amazes me how many tools on this forum are giving Russia a pass just to stick it to the U.S. Holy hell you could build a bridge with all the tools in this forum.

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

#10 Posted by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

#11 Edited by Masculus (2800 posts) -

That's really freaking lol worthy.

#12 Posted by MacBoomStick (1948 posts) -

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

You mean the country that had a mass murdering leader and was suspected, and probably did, have WMD's. And then that other country who's government was controlled by a terrorist organisation and in which operated another terrorist cell directly responsible for the deaths of nearly 3000 US civilians?

#13 Edited by Flubbbs (2788 posts) -

will somebody please put a muzzle on Kerry.. preferably a gun muzzle

#14 Posted by uninspiredcup (6764 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

Originally no. The President (George Bush Sr) more or less said "I know what it going on is terrible but it's not our problem" (paraphrasing). By the time something was done, the damage was done.

#15 Posted by vl4d_l3nin (748 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

criticism of American government doesn't mean you hate the country.

And what difference does it make what country people are from?

@Flubbbs said:

will somebody please put a muzzle on Kerry.. preferably a gun muzzle

yes, please.

#16 Edited by uninspiredcup (6764 posts) -

@MacBoomStick said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

You mean the country that had a mass murdering leader and was suspected, and probably did, have WMD's. And then that other country who's government was controlled by a terrorist organisation and in which operated another terrorist cell directly responsible for the deaths of nearly 3000 US civilians?

I think you need to elaborate my friend. I have no idea what you are responding too.

#17 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

Originally no. The President (George Bush Sr) more or less said "I know what it going on is terrible but it's not our problem" (paraphrasing). By the time something was done, the damage was done.

But yet you are probably one of those who thinks we should stop meddling in other countries though right?

@vfibsux said:

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

And what difference does it make what country people are from?

Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.....

#18 Edited by uninspiredcup (6764 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

Originally no. The President (George Bush Sr) more or less said "I know what it going on is terrible but it's not our problem" (paraphrasing). By the time something was done, the damage was done.

But yet you are probably one of those who thinks we should stop meddling in other countries though right?

No. That is very much wrong my friend.

#19 Posted by Jacanuk (3612 posts) -

Why is that funny?

If you dont get that you are either american or have a love for America.:D

Because its pretty funny coming from Kerry.

#20 Posted by GazaAli (22491 posts) -

I find this depressingly hilarious. It feels as if I'm in another timeline or an alternate universe.

Pathetic and what is even more pathetic is anyone who can't see how pathetic and hypocritical this is.

#21 Posted by dave123321 (33300 posts) -

@vfibsux: shouldn't a person who loves America be the first to criticize when it's leaders are doing wrong?

#22 Posted by comp_atkins (31109 posts) -

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

Indeed. What point is TC trying to make? Because if he's trying to make the point I think he's trying to make...he failed.

no, it was made quite clear

#23 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@uninspiredcup said:

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

Originally no. The President (George Bush Sr) more or less said "I know what it going on is terrible but it's not our problem" (paraphrasing). By the time something was done, the damage was done.

But yet you are probably one of those who thinks we should stop meddling in other countries though right?

No. That is very much wrong my friend.

My apologies then. I too would like to see us use our power in places of need like Africa where we have nothing to gain.

I love the saying...."You can tell a man's character by how he treats those who can do nothing for him."

@GazaAli said:

I find this depressingly hilarious. It feels as if I'm in another timeline or an alternate universe.

Pathetic and what is even more pathetic is anyone who can't see how pathetic and hypocritical this is.

Explain please....I can't wait. Let me see your FACTS that the United States invaded another country based on false pretenses...which by definition is INTENTIONALLY misrepresenting facts. Show me your f'king PROOF that the U.S. INTENTIONALLY misrepresented the reasons going into Iraq.

Pay attention to the emphasis on facts, proof, and intentionally. Let's see if you can throw together anything more than bullshit propaganda.

#24 Edited by GazaAli (22491 posts) -
@dave123321 said:

@vfibsux: shouldn't a person who loves America be the first to criticize when it's leaders are doing wrong?

Unfortunately, that's too enlightened for most people of most states. But it matters more when one's state is shit. I mean its relative to the socio, economic and political status quo of the state. For example, over the course of my life I had so much contempt and disdain for Gaza to the point where I stopped being critical of the place few years ago. I have butchered the entire place and everything associated with it to a degree where the place ceased to exist in my conscious mind. It became unworthy of the use my intellect or cognition so it had to be banished and abolished altogether.

The U.S is clearly not Gaza, but its far from being a Utopia or at least where it should be as a state given the size of its economy and the county's overall assets. This guy you quoted is one of the reason why the U.S isn't there yet. I realized from personal experience and contemplations that one of the most severely destructive agent of any organized body is the existence of uncritical members with blind allegiance to that body. Its clear and rather conspicuous indoctrination really. I'd go a step further and call it a form of self-alienation but that's a story for another time.

#25 Edited by redstorm72 (4507 posts) -

Yeah, the U.S. (and other western nations) really don't have any moral ground to stand on when they condemn Russia. What's good for the goose is apparently not good for the gander.

#26 Posted by GazaAli (22491 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@GazaAli said:

I find this depressingly hilarious. It feels as if I'm in another timeline or an alternate universe.

Pathetic and what is even more pathetic is anyone who can't see how pathetic and hypocritical this is.

Explain please....I can't wait. Let me see your FACTS that the United States invaded another country based on false pretenses...which by definition is INTENTIONALLY misrepresenting facts. Show me your f'king PROOF that the U.S. INTENTIONALLY misrepresented the reasons going into Iraq.

Pay attention to the emphasis on facts, proof, and intentionally. Let's see if you can throw together anything more than bullshit propaganda.

"He said implying that he has, even remotely, anything to do with these concepts". You make Americans look really bad.

#27 Posted by -Renegade (8340 posts) -

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

You mean the country that had a mass murdering leader and was suspected, and probably did, have WMD's. And then that other country who's government was controlled by a terrorist organisation and in which operated another terrorist cell directly responsible for the deaths of nearly 3000 US civilians?

we really dont know why he killed the people he did. for all we know those people were probably criminals convicted of a crime. all we saw was there punishment. if he had WMD they would have found them. alot of time "terrorist" are just defending themselves or getting revenge on the crooked governments of the west who rape their women and kill their children. but of course our media doesnt patrey it that way.

#28 Posted by -Renegade (8340 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@vfibsux said:

@uninspiredcup said:

@Master_Live said:

Why is that funny?

He's probably indicated Iraq (and possibly) Afghanistan.

I think many of people who bring this up seem to forget the Bosnian war, in which America (as well as other countries) done nothing and some of the most horrendous human acts in the late 20th century took place.

We did "nothing" in Bosnia? Really?

Originally no. The President (George Bush Sr) more or less said "I know what it going on is terrible but it's not our problem" (paraphrasing). By the time something was done, the damage was done.

But yet you are probably one of those who thinks we should stop meddling in other countries though right?

No. That is very much wrong my friend.

My apologies then. I too would like to see us use our power in places of need like Africa where we have nothing to gain.

I love the saying...."You can tell a man's character by how he treats those who can do nothing for him."

@GazaAli said:

I find this depressingly hilarious. It feels as if I'm in another timeline or an alternate universe.

Pathetic and what is even more pathetic is anyone who can't see how pathetic and hypocritical this is.

Explain please....I can't wait. Let me see your FACTS that the United States invaded another country based on false pretenses...which by definition is INTENTIONALLY misrepresenting facts. Show me your f'king PROOF that the U.S. INTENTIONALLY misrepresented the reasons going into Iraq.

Pay attention to the emphasis on facts, proof, and intentionally. Let's see if you can throw together anything more than bullshit propaganda.

why does he have to show you anything, everyone knows it was bullshit. they made movies on it for god sakes. sending troops out looking for WMD camps were they knew there was nothing there. getting false intel from sources that didnt even exist.

#29 Posted by vl4d_l3nin (748 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@vl4d_l3nin said:

@vfibsux said:

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

And what difference does it make what country people are from?

Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.....

Don't like that saying. It implies absolute complacency.

You do not need to be a paragon of virtue in order to criticize.

#30 Edited by Evil_Saluki (4870 posts) -

Well Ukraine is a crap country and we should let Russia take over the whole thing as they'll do a better job of running it and I don't fancy nuclear war. If they try to take Poland shortly after then we got no choice but to blow each other up cause that's just being stupid and if that's the case there isn't any hope anyway.

Edit - No offence to Ukarine people, it's just that government always seemed half baked from what I gather.

#31 Posted by TheWalkingGhost (5003 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@thebest31406 said:

John Kerry the Comedian

On Sunday, Kerry condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “act of aggression” for his choice to invade Ukraine and warned of “very serious repercussions,” including trade sanctions.

“It’s really 19th century behavior in the 21st century,” Kerry said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. He suggested Putin is “possibly trying to annex Crimeam,” saying, “You just don’t invade another country on phony pretexts in order to assert your interests.”

Full Article: http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/russia-going-lose

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgtZOZVmFD8

John Kerry is a funny guy, isn't he?

Oh look, another guy claiming the United States made up Iraq's WMD program in order to go steal their oil. Meanwhile they still have all their oil and the United States is a gazillion dollars poorer and lost thousands of troops. Yea we really got a lot out of that one.

Saddam Hussein made up his own WMD program, and his own general's believed they had a nuke program. Get a new schtick. It amazes me how many tools on this forum are giving Russia a pass just to stick it to the U.S. Holy hell you could build a bridge with all the tools in this forum.

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

LMAO!!! oh my, an angry tea partier seems to have wandered in here. The reasons for Iraq were faulty, get over it.

#32 Posted by lostrib (31428 posts) -

I think he means you shouldn't, because I'm pretty sure countries do

#33 Edited by lostrib (31428 posts) -

why does he have to show you anything, everyone knows it was bullshit. they made movies on it for god sakes. sending troops out looking for WMD camps were they knew there was nothing there. getting false intel from sources that didnt even exist.

Just because everyone "knows" something does not make it true

#34 Posted by TheWalkingGhost (5003 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

But yet you are probably one of those who thinks we should stop meddling in other countries though right?

Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.....

First, the US is in no position to get involved anywhere and should mind it's own damn business and get it's own house in order.

Second, in that case the US should shutup.

#35 Posted by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@GazaAli said:
@dave123321 said:

@vfibsux: shouldn't a person who loves America be the first to criticize when it's leaders are doing wrong?

Unfortunately, that's too enlightened for most people of most states. But it matters more when one's state is shit. I mean its relative to the socio, economic and political status quo of the state. For example, over the course of my life I had so much contempt and disdain for Gaza to the point where I stopped being critical of the place few years ago. I have butchered the entire place and everything associated with it to a degree where the place ceased to exist in my conscious mind. It became unworthy of the use my intellect or cognition so it had to be banished and abolished altogether.

The U.S is clearly not Gaza, but its far from being a Utopia or at least where it should be as a state given the size of its economy and the county's overall assets. This guy you quoted is one of the reason why the U.S isn't there yet. I realized from personal experience and contemplations that one of the most severely destructive agent of any organized body is the existence of uncritical members with blind allegiance to that body. Its clear and rather conspicuous indoctrination really. I'd go a step further and call it a form of self-alienation but that's a story for another time.

I am part of the f'king body, I am not some lemming like you following what others tell me and only believing which parts I like. I am part of the machine that I defend, not just some idiot on a message board waving my flag while screaming " 'murica!" because I was indoctrinated. I am on the inside looking out at people like you who think they know what we are doing on the inside, the truth is you have no clue, the media has no clue, and even some of our idiot politicians have no clue. Why did Obama lighten up after becoming president? Because he got cleared to see what is REALLY going on.

This is the difference between you and me, I know facts, you lean on ideology and your hatred of this country. I can be plenty critical and reasonable and have shown as such, you simply leave no room for that because you are the type who will always take whatever my side gives you bet you will never meet halfway or acknowledge that I have criticisms of my country as well. I have criticized it in this very thread!

In the end you don't tell me how to be a fk'ing American, you don't know me, you know nothing about me. I come here for one thing, to smack down tools like you who continuously slander my country and what we do. Are we perfect? No. Are we anywhere near as bad as people on this forum make us out to be? Hell no.

And I noticed you had nothing for me at all about your stance on us going in Iraq, surrender noted.

#36 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@TheWalkingGhost said:

@vfibsux said:

@thebest31406 said:

John Kerry the Comedian

On Sunday, Kerry condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “act of aggression” for his choice to invade Ukraine and warned of “very serious repercussions,” including trade sanctions.

“It’s really 19th century behavior in the 21st century,” Kerry said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. He suggested Putin is “possibly trying to annex Crimeam,” saying, “You just don’t invade another country on phony pretexts in order to assert your interests.”

Full Article: http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/russia-going-lose

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgtZOZVmFD8

John Kerry is a funny guy, isn't he?

Oh look, another guy claiming the United States made up Iraq's WMD program in order to go steal their oil. Meanwhile they still have all their oil and the United States is a gazillion dollars poorer and lost thousands of troops. Yea we really got a lot out of that one.

Saddam Hussein made up his own WMD program, and his own general's believed they had a nuke program. Get a new schtick. It amazes me how many tools on this forum are giving Russia a pass just to stick it to the U.S. Holy hell you could build a bridge with all the tools in this forum.

I think from now on there should be a rule.....if you are going to hate on America you need to post what country you are from.

LMAO!!! oh my, an angry tea partier seems to have wandered in here. The reasons for Iraq were faulty, get over it.

Difference between faulty and intentional misrepresentation. You do understand the difference right? I know the shit was faulty, but it was not some conspiracy shit. See below as well, learn how to fking read.

@-Renegade Seriously man....because they made movies about it? Yes it was BAD intel, we know dude. You people need to educate yourselves before getting into debates because you reading skills blow. There is a difference between false pretenses and conclusions that turned out to prove reasoning false. False pretenses (what Kerry is accusing Russia of) is INTENTIONAL MISREPRESENTATION. Once again, I challenge you to show where the proof is the U.S. did this. No Iraq did not have a nuke program, we were wrong, I get it. Now show me where we MADE IT UP as an excuse to go to war. If you cannot do that stfu.

Like I said.........so many tools.

#37 Posted by Wilfred_Owen (20794 posts) -

Clearly someone needs to take what the cool kids call a chill pill.

#38 Edited by thebest31406 (3222 posts) -

@Wilfred_Owen: He's just a drone with a temper. He's not worth anyone's time.

#39 Edited by vfibsux (4205 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

@Wilfred_Owen: He's just a drone with a temper. He's not worth anyone's time.

How convenient for you and your buddies as an excuse to not take my challenge and answer my questions. All people like you are are a bunch of lemmings who grasp onto one "truth" and deny all evidence and reasoning that contradicts it. All you can do is toss soundbites you steal from your anti-American and leftist blogs, no original thinking whatsoever. But yea, keep rolling with I am just pissed off imperialist American guy, working well for you. Because the more of you that post it the more true it becomes right? It is what you do.

#40 Posted by GazaAli (22491 posts) -

@vfibsux said:

@GazaAli said:
@dave123321 said:

@vfibsux: shouldn't a person who loves America be the first to criticize when it's leaders are doing wrong?

Unfortunately, that's too enlightened for most people of most states. But it matters more when one's state is shit. I mean its relative to the socio, economic and political status quo of the state. For example, over the course of my life I had so much contempt and disdain for Gaza to the point where I stopped being critical of the place few years ago. I have butchered the entire place and everything associated with it to a degree where the place ceased to exist in my conscious mind. It became unworthy of the use my intellect or cognition so it had to be banished and abolished altogether.

The U.S is clearly not Gaza, but its far from being a Utopia or at least where it should be as a state given the size of its economy and the county's overall assets. This guy you quoted is one of the reason why the U.S isn't there yet. I realized from personal experience and contemplations that one of the most severely destructive agent of any organized body is the existence of uncritical members with blind allegiance to that body. Its clear and rather conspicuous indoctrination really. I'd go a step further and call it a form of self-alienation but that's a story for another time.

I am part of the f'king body, I am not some lemming like you following what others tell me and only believing which parts I like. I am part of the machine that I defend, not just some idiot on a message board waving my flag while screaming " 'murica!" because I was indoctrinated. I am on the inside looking out at people like you who think they know what we are doing on the inside, the truth is you have no clue, the media has no clue, and even some of our idiot politicians have no clue. Why did Obama lighten up after becoming president? Because he got cleared to see what is REALLY going on.

This is the difference between you and me, I know facts, you lean on ideology and your hatred of this country. I can be plenty critical and reasonable and have shown as such, you simply leave no room for that because you are the type who will always take whatever my side gives you bet you will never meet halfway or acknowledge that I have criticisms of my country as well. I have criticized it in this very thread!

In the end you don't tell me how to be a fk'ing American, you don't know me, you know nothing about me. I come here for one thing, to smack down tools like you who continuously slander my country and what we do. Are we perfect? No. Are we anywhere near as bad as people on this forum make us out to be? Hell no.

And I noticed you had nothing for me at all about your stance on us going in Iraq, surrender noted.

Wow

#41 Posted by Wilfred_Owen (20794 posts) -

Whoa dude. Those leftist anti american blogs are the only thing keeping something together.

#42 Edited by GazaAli (22491 posts) -

@thebest31406 said:

@Wilfred_Owen: He's just a drone with a temper. He's not worth anyone's time.

Forget that, he should be treated like an endangered species. How often does one encounter such a specimen in his lifetime? The chances are slim and we're priviliged enough for having witnessed firsthand such a rare case of dementia, reality-detachment, self-fulfilling prophecies and messianic delusions.

#43 Posted by thebest31406 (3222 posts) -

Does any know if adblock still works on this site?

#44 Edited by PurpleMan5000 (6568 posts) -

It seems like the US and UK should probably step in if Russia invades Ukraine, simply because they agreed to as part of the non-proliferation treaty that the Ukraine signed about 20 years ago to get rid of their nuclear weapons.

#45 Posted by alim298 (988 posts) -

I wonder what happens to Kerry after Obama is gone.

#46 Posted by thebest31406 (3222 posts) -

@GazaAli: yeah, you're right. Also, I have to admit that I find his attention seeking rather entertaining; "No, Loudmouth Lisa! Stupid Lisa Garbage Face! [no one listens] I can't stand this any longer. Somebody please pay attention to me! Hello, pay attention to me! Look at me! I'm Bart, I'm Bart! Look at me, look at me, look at me!"

#47 Posted by TheWalkingGhost (5003 posts) -

@GazaAli said:

@thebest31406 said:

@Wilfred_Owen: He's just a drone with a temper. He's not worth anyone's time.

Forget that, he should be treated like an endangered species. How often does one encounter such a specimen in his lifetime? The chances are slim and we're priviliged enough for having witnessed firsthand such a rare case of dementia, reality-detachment, self-fulfilling prophecies and messianic delusions.

I find his attention seeking a little sad. Jeez, he can't be serious.

#48 Posted by MakeMeaSammitch (3675 posts) -

TC went full retard. You never go full retard.

#49 Edited by GazaAli (22491 posts) -

@TheWalkingGhost: @thebest31406: Yea it appears the more lightly (rightfully mind you) you take him and the less attention you pay to him and his nonsense, the more his inane and moronic enragement gets. I mean that post of his was too much, even for him.