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LC Jaybear mentioned something about Psy-Cho and his idiotic, sub-retarded “manifesto” that made me think.

From what little I wasted time watching, he seemed to have an awful lot of hatred and disdain for rich people, successful people, people driving expensive cars etc.

Why, it’s almost as if he were making a video diary for the Daily Kos.

No wonder they mourn his loss.

16 Responses to “Hmmm… That Looks Familiar”
  1. english911 Comment by english911

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    Hammer, meet nail.

  2. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog

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    They are some sorry sacks of shit! But then, what would we laugh at? I think the little pscho bastard has had more then enough attention.

  3. Unregistered Comment by CKO1986

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    Well, he’s not exactly the most popular in-da-viddle at DailyKos either…One of their subscribers, who posts under the name “HollywoodOz”, had this to say about the late Mr. Cho:

    Life’s tough. You wake up, you swim in crap, you go to sleep looking forward to more. We all have to deal with it. We all deal with obstacles that seem unfair or insurmountable.

    We DON’T all pick up a gun or two and end the lives of people who did nothing to harm us.

    And for god’s sake, if we do, the last thing we deserve is compassion.

    May history spit on Cho’s grave a million times for every life he took. May he burn in a special level of Hell. And may the shame his actions attract make the nex Cho think twice before consigning himself to the detritus pile of history.

  4. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog

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    Something worth reading by the Poet. harry gets punked!
    http://www.oldwardogs.us/2007/04/cornering_harry.html#more

  5. LC SkyeChild Comment by LC SkyeChild

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    But these same people advocate for the deaths of Cheney and Bush. Go figure.

  6. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    They have no standards, SkyeChild, not even double standards, the convenient gift of moral relativism. This goes beyond the pale, they are losers because life is somebody else fault. Well, I’ve been in financial binds, hell, I’m in one now, but we get through these things and don’t throw tantrums when life isn’t going our way. Half of these bastards are on some kind of social program, justifying it behind their entitlement philosophy. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness sums it up for me. The rest are gifts from society, other Americans, they are never entitlements. I return the favor. What I read struck me as some kind of soul cancer…these people are truly sick, dangerously so. I am no threat to them owning guns, unless they seek to harm me or mine or take my guns. Then I become a mortal threat. I would rather die than submit to them…let me rephrase that, I would rather they died then I submit to them….pathetic, degenerate, sick fucks.

  7. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane

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    You know you’ve got to mourn the passing of a brother and this scummy little fuck was brother in all but name to the dhimmicRATs.


    Death to Islam, and
    their mediot stooges!
    Duty, Honor, Country
    (in THAT order)
    Rowane

  8. ACLPoo Comment by ACLPoo

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    Shocking, the number of people who consider success a crime.
    As if they’d give back a red cent if they were successful?
    Rich kids who ACT like rich kids are annoying, but it’s not up to us to be equalizers…and death is certainly way over the top as punishment.
    BTW, this maniac’s parents owned their own business in the US, and he was attending college. He’s already better off than most of the people I know.
    Think I enjoyed waiting for a bus in -40 weather in Ottawa while rich kids drove by in their Mercedes? DEAL WITH IT!

  9. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie

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    The logical conclusion to the class warfare dogma.

  10. LC NCLivingBrit Comment by LC NCLivingBrit

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    The logical conclusion to the class warfare dogma.

    …. is Kostards dangling from lamp-posts?

    Whooops, is my Evil Right Wing Death Beast showing again?

  11. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone

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    …. is Kostards dangling from lamp-posts?

    What a disgusting thought… All that rotted patchouli stinking up the sidewalks…

  12. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    No wonder they mourn his loss.

    “They” do?

    The kid was derranged, and a lot of people knew it. There were warning signs all over the place, and while most people he came in contact with knew there was something wrong, they didn’t know how to read the signs.

    • “He was a loner”
    • “He was unemotional”
    • “He scared me”
    • “He spoke with increasing violence”
    • “He was strange”
    • “He was the ‘quiet type’”
    • “He was ‘creepy’”
    • “There was something that wasn’t quite ‘right’ about him”
    • “Everyone knew he was going to snap one day”

    These are comments that we hear after every one of these incidents. So yes, “Hmmm… That Looks Familiar” is a great title for this post.

    Ken Carman reminded me of an old Harry Chapin song over at Liberaltopia the other day:

    Sniper
    by Harry Chapin

    It is an early Monday morning.
    The sun is becoming bright on the land.
    No one is watching as he comes a walking.
    Two bulky suitcases hang from his hands.

    He heads towards the tower that stands in the campus.
    He goes through the door, he starts up the stairs.
    The sound of his footsteps, the sound of his breathing,
    The sound of the silence when no one was there.

    “I didn’t really know him.
    He was kind of strange.
    Always sort of sat there.
    He never seemed to change.”

    He reached the catwalk. He put done his burden.
    The four sided clock began to chime.
    Seven AM, the day is beginning.
    So much to do and so little time.

    He looks at the city where no one had known him.
    He looks at the sky where no one looks down.
    He looks at his life and what it has shown him.
    He looks for his shadow it cannot be found.

    “He was such a moody child, very hard to touch.
    Even as a baby he never smiled too much.
    No no.
    No no.”

    “You bug me,” she said.
    “Your ugly,” she said.
    “Please hug me,” I said.
    But she just sat there
    With the same flat stare
    That she saves for me alone
    When I’m home.
    When I’m home.
    Take me home.

    He laid out the rifles, he loaded the shotgun,
    He stacked up the cartridges along the wall.
    He knew he would need them for his conversation.
    If it went as it he planned, then he might use them all.

    He said, “Listen you people I’ve got a question
    You won’t pay attention but I’ll ask anyhow.
    I found a way that will get me an answer.
    Been waiting to ask you ’till now.
    Right now!”

    “Am I?
    I am a lover whose never been kissed.
    Am I?
    I am a fighter whose not made a fist.
    Am I?
    If I’m alive then there’s so much I’ve missed.
    How do I know I exist?
    Are you listening to me?
    Are you listening to me?
    Am I?”

    The first words he spoke took the town by surprise.
    One got Mrs. Gibbons above her right eye.
    It blew her through the window wedged her against the door.
    Reality poured from her face, staining the floor.

    “He was kind of creepy,
    Sort of a dunce.
    I met him at the corner bar.
    I only dated the poor boy once,
    That’s all. Just once, that was all.”

    Bill Whedon was questioned as stepped from his car.
    Tom Scott ran across the street but he never got that far.
    The police were there in minutes, they set up barricades.
    He spoke right on over them in a half-mile circle.
    In a dumb struck city his pointed questions were sprayed.

    He knocked over Danny Tyson as he ran towards the noise.
    Just about then the answers started coming. Sweet, sweet joy.
    Thudding in the clock face, whining off the walls,
    Reaching up to where he sat there, answering calls.

    Thirty-seven people got his message so far.
    Yes, he was reaching them right were they are.

    They set up an assault team. They asked for volunteers.
    They had to go and get him, that much was clear.
    And the word spread about him on the radios and TV’s.
    In appropriately sober tone they asked, “Who can it be ?”

    “He was a very dull boy, very taciturn.
    Not much of a joiner, he did not want to learn.
    No no.
    No no.”

    “They’re coming to get me, they don’t want to let me
    Stay in the bright light too long.
    It’s getting on noon now, it’s going to be soon now.
    But oh, what a wonderful sound!”

    “Mama, won’t you nurse me ?
    Rain me down the sweet milk of your kindness.
    Mama, it’s getting worse for me.
    Won’t you please make me warm and mindless?”

    “Mama, yes you have cursed me.
    I never will forgive you for your blindness.
    I hate you!”

    “The wires are all humming for me.
    And I can hear them coming for me.
    Soon they’ll be here, but there’s nothing to fear.
    Not any more though they’ve blasted the door.”

    As the copter dropped the gas he shouted, “Who cares ?” .
    They could hear him laughing as they started up the stairs.
    As they stormed out on the catwalk, blinking at the sun,
    With their final fusillade his answer had come.

    “Am I ?
    There is no way that you can hide me.
    Am I ?
    Though you have put your fire inside me.
    Am I ?
    You’ve given me my answer can’t you see ?
    I was !
    I am !
    and now I Will Be
    I WILL BE.”

    Gun control is not going to fix this problem, nor is handing everyone a gun. I said in a previous thread here that we are focusing on the wrong issue. A gun just happened to be the tool in this particular incident. It could have very well been a bomb, or chemicals, or even a biological agent. Banning guns or arming everyone wouldn’t have stopped the fact that there was a very sick person intent on taking a lot of people out with him while he made his “statement”.

    This is a mental health issue, and we need to start doing something about it again. We have been systematically defunding mental health programs for the past thirty years that could have prevented something like this.

  13. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    “They” do?

    The original poster at Daily Kos certainly does, as does a disturbing amount of the knuckledragging commenters over there.

    I have, however, been greatly relieved as I learned that not all of them over there are clinically insane.

  14. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    The original poster at Daily Kos certainly does, as does a disturbing amount of the knuckledragging commenters over there.

    I seldom go there.

    How many people have an account to post a diary over there these days? A hundred? Several hundred? I know it isn’t a handful, and it lends itself to having a huge range of opinions from mainstream to absurd.

  15. Unregistered Comment by annoyinglittletwerp

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    There’s talk in the MSM that the bastard was autistic and that THAT was partially the reason it did what it did.
    I hate to brake this to the lll but I’m autistic-diagnosed at 33(and I was abused and picked on yadah yadah…)and yet, amazingly enough, I’ve never gone on a murdererous binge.

    Autism isn’t a carte blache excuse to cover all sins.

    That vermin was pure evil.
    simple enough.

  16. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    There’s talk in the MSM that the bastard was autistic and that THAT was partially the reason it did what it did.

    Horsefeathers. The kid displayed classic anti-social behavior and had been spiraling out of control for some time.

    Who knows what kind of a childhood / family life this kid had. First generation Korean family? A kid straddling that and an American culture to boot?

    There were some references to child sexual abuse in his ‘manifesto’, which makes me wonder whether he might have been sexually molested himself at one time.

    The thing is, we tend to gauge everyone else on how WE have dealt with troubles in our lives. Many of us were physically or mentally abused as children and for the most part we came out alright. But some people don’t.

    We will never know if this kid could ever have been turned around if he had been treated before it got to this.

    We used to institutionalize people for either their safety or the safety of society, and we have gotten away from that for the most part.