Not incongruent. Rather, I don't feel the need to explain my connection to the topic at hand. You are amusing, however, and I thank you for giving me a laugh. Throwing around "neuro linguistics," for example. How about semantics? I think that works better. You were only correct about the bitter part, which is why I offered to take half of the money in your wallet. Guess I wasn't feeling so bitter.
Anonymous also bet all the money in his/her wallet on a hypothetical that could not be further from the truth. Credibilty should be taken with a grain.
@anonymous: Bitter, yes, but not for the reason you guess. Interesting, but way off. How about half the money in your wallet?
@ Hardly Justice: Way to oversimplify the issue.
Stripper or no stripper, Ullom watched her die for at least four hours. For four hours, he watched her, continued to get fucked up, and took it upon himself to inject her with the cocaine that would kill her. He had no sense of moral obligation toward a suffering human being. Why? Because he was a selfish coward. This is evidenced by the fact that he could turn right around and pawn her earrings. Yes, on one hand, human life is human life, but Ullom is disgusting. If, in your attempt to cloud the issue you are suggesting that he should not serve 20 yrs, you are disgusting. If you are suggesting that this woman's life was less valuable because she was a stripper, you are disgusting.
@LC: Thank you, yes.
Warren AND his supporters are "selfish" and "weak." Selfish and weak. Selfish and weak. Selfish and weak. Simple words that nicely sum.
They are all unconsionable fucks. Kahle Davis the least of them.
Sadly, "meh," you are mistaken. I am certain there is something in the works to exploit his overplayed story. Self interest prevails; those associated with him are not unlike him.
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