Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Comment verification is on

I enjoy reading everyone's comments so much, I get disappointed when spammers leave garbage comments. Unfortunately, that means I'm turning on the comment verification thingy.

Spammers, be aware that I'm in Texas, and thus, am not only permitted but required by state law to shoot you repeatedly if I "have cause to believe you have done me wrong." Also, federal law requires me, when I shoot you, to shoot you "in the guts so you die writhing, in prolonged agony, like the slimy rat you are."

Sorry, that's the breaks when the Republicans run the roost. Some would argue this violates the prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment.

It is neither, on two grounds:

1. Allowing spammers to live is actually more cruel than killing them. Permitting them to live in a subhuman, degraded existence of automated messaging is infinitely worse than filling them full of lead.
2. This punishment is to be applied unilaterally. All spammers, shot in the guts and left to die, all the time. Nothing unusual about that. Many, many lowlife scumbags have been killed in this way.

Send spam, get shot in the guts and left to die. That's a platform everyone, young and old, rich and poor alike can support.


Blogger Larry said...


DontWait ForMedSavin:

11:24 AM  
Blogger Rod said...

You're just jealous because you don't have the resolve that people are searching for, to buy and sell everything like satellite photo on interest-free credit, pay when you want.

Now speaking for myself, I have the resolve to buy everything on interest-free credit, pay when I want, but I've had a hell of a time finding anyone with the resolve to sell everything on interest-free credit, pay when you want.

5:53 PM  
Blogger Todd D. said...

I have a risk-free investment that pays 4.5% APR already, Rod. Also, I don't have everything, so I can't sell it to you.

Rest assured, should I get everything, I'll cut you a sweet deal on it.

Rest assured, your gut-shooting is in the mail. Generic, Canadian Viagra... that's a deal I've been waiting for!

6:55 PM  
Blogger Rod said...

Also, I meant to mention, I have in fact seen Bizenghast. I wasn't that interested in it per se, although I'm curious if it, along with Tokyopop's nascent American-manga stable in general, has a shot at making the big sales.

7:15 PM  

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