Saturday, July 01, 2006

Too fucking far

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That cowardly, insane, son-of-a-bitch has gone way too far this time.

I'm linking to this for information purposes only for a couple of days and then I'm taking it down and never stop washing my hands. I don't want a permanent link to that filthy bastard.

This is just part of the "Coulter syndrome" in which conservatives try to outslime each other in order to get attention. I've deleted half a page of insults I was ready to throw at him, good ones too, but other than showing everyone how low humanity in the grips of ignorant patriotism can go, I'm not wasting any more time.

I'm sure your stunt will get your little site lots of hits.

Congratulations Rocco, you pathetic motherfucker.

UPDATE: You wanted attention shit stain, you got it.

I know it's giving you your much-craved publicity, but I have the feeling this is going to blow up in your big, slimy face.

And may your god help you if something happens to that woman.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Brian said...

I wrote him a nice poem.

Sat Jul 01, 07:53:00 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

Heh.

Heh, heh.

Good one.

I thought they might get a few nasty comments, but it's a free-fire zone over there.

Heh

Sat Jul 01, 09:13:00 PM  
Blogger Jeff Bargholz said...

"And may your God help you if something happens to that woman."

Sounds like a threat, hypocite. I guess I'll have to flag your blog.

Look at this. You have 3 comments now! Too bad one of them is yours.

Sat Jul 01, 11:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Am I missing something, out at the (aptly named) "Antagonist"? I've visited that little cesspool of NeoConNazi agitprop a few times in the past, and never seen any evidence of actual *Comments* there, either on the main page or in the permalinks. Is it just me?? ==== As for the more generalized "feeding frenzy" by the hyperventilating Hitler Youth over the Times' innocuous travelogue , it obviously represents a new low from a twisted faction notorious for consistently breaking new ground in "sewer journalism". ==== But I don't dismiss lightly the potential ramifications of this deranged campaign of fictitiously provoked "backlash". Nor would I assume that the obvious "telegraphing" of such malevolent screed to the various outposts of the right is remotely spontaneous or "incidental". (Many of the "zealots" involved are undoubtedly paid operatives of the Reich's Propaganda Machine!) Aside from the fact that this outburst of "rage" appears ludicrously contrived in its origins, it is also astoundingly vulgar, malicious, irresponsible, and dangerous. ==== Before there was the murderous reign of the SS in Germany, there was the prelude era of the SA (the "Brownshirts"), who -- though typically bigoted and thuggish -- were not automatically homicidal. This move strikes me as the very epitome of such an ominous prelude. ==== My initial, insctinctive reaction to this putsch was the immediate recollection of an old Beatles' song, "Happiness is a Warm Gun". The accompanying thought was a mangled quote: "Forearmed is forewarned'. With this type of hate propaganda being openly disseminated by the Fascist fan clubs, it behooves one to be HEAVILY "forewarned". ==== On a humorous note, though, I do think it's quite amusing that the right, by focusing such *inordinate* attention on an otherwise mundane TRAVEL article, *may* very well have inadvertently spawned a self-fulfilling prophecy insofar as the fates of Cheney and Rumsfeld are concerned. (Let me put it another way: If al Qaeda HADN'T been fiercely scrutinizing the Times Travel Section for such "strategic" information, they've certainly had their attention drawn to it now!! ('Alas, poor Rummy / Dick I hardly knew them.') :-)

Sun Jul 02, 12:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Rob, Dan R. here, thanks for fighting the good fight! I have some eviscerating to do, take care of yourself.

Sun Jul 02, 12:59:00 AM  
Blogger Again said...

jeff b.
You have 3 comments now!

pure numbers as quality measurement? So the Big-Brother-Show must be the Olymp of TV

bargholz seems to be a german name - so you surely understand: "Klasse statt Masse" ;-)

Sun Jul 02, 01:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Robert: Talk abouut amazing COINCIDENCES! Here you employ the remarkably appropriate phrase "pathetic motherfucker" and Jeff Bargholz rapidly chimes in on cue. Pavlov was right! ;-)

Sun Jul 02, 01:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Again: I agree, "Bargholz" does sound distinctly German to me as well. And if I don't miss my guess, it rather appropriately -- albeit, loosely -- translates in English to "septic tank" [literally, "bilge hold"]. Nicht wahr? ;-)

Sun Jul 02, 01:48:00 AM  
Blogger Again said...

nemo, now you made me search...

"Holz" is wood or something made of wood, like lumber or timber, but "barg" is nowadays only used as Past Tense of the verb "bergen" ("salvage", "rescue"), so i guess, "Bargholz" means something used in shipping to get something out of the sea or maybe the leftover of ships aground, something shore pirates made biz with...

oh, yes, found something...

Bergholz: a strong plank as a fender, protecting the ship during the landing

old versions of Bergholz are "Bargholz" or "Barkholz" - and now it seems to me, that "bergen" had an older meaning than "salvage", "rescue" (reminds me of Roberts post "Refugees", where he said: "The more I write, the more aware of language I become" - there is so much knowledge in language, in it's architecture and in the simple words, it's amazing) because there is a word "Barke", which means a special kind of boat (smaller ships without mast) and which is also known in English as "barge" - so i guess, the original meaning of the word was not just something about a ship-disaster, but something about ships, the ability to protect - and only the reason, that the strong fender-plank may have been the last sign of a sunken ship may have caused the shift from the basic meaning of "protecting" to the meaning of "getting" (by saving, mostly out of water)

would make sense: there are other words like "Burg" (fortress), which would support the "protection"-meaning - or "Berg" (mountain), on which many "Burgen" are build to protect the villages around...

btw: thank you, Mr. Bargholz, for coming and teaching me so much!

Mon Jul 03, 06:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Barnita said...

Wow- thats wierd. One of the first things stated in the Google Guide, and in 55 ways to have fun with Google - are the directions to find directions in the US - you can get the info you need if you have the person's name or phone number.

ANyways- someone tell me what Brian wrote -they've deleted his post. ANd mine wouldn't even show. Booooooooooooooooo

Mon Jul 03, 08:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Again: Thanks! Great bit of etymology detective work on your part. (I'm also frequently fascinated by word origins, as is certainly the case here.) ==== I suppose I could persist in my prior levity and assert that in parts of this country barges are used primarily to haul garbage, but I'll give the kid a break this time. ;-) ==== Barnita: I was disappointed as hell, too. I had a nice little piece prepared, suggesting that if Rocco looked up he'd have "an excellent view of whale shit". But sadly, the comments on that ChickenHawk blog (at least, on that post) were long since disabled. :-(

Wed Jul 05, 05:02:00 AM  
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