I think I said this somewhere else recently, but you post stupid shit in a public forum, you should at LEAST expect to take some abuse (not that you were abusive, I'm talking in general) because any crazy fuck can read and respond to you.
People post publicly excpecting their audience to be people who agree with them. Just plain ignorant.
The weird thing is that I can't really figure out if the guy really was joking all this time, or earnest. If he's joking, he's a really good troll.
I think he was eating some goofballs...
I think the line about pumping other people's money into vast, ill-defined bureaucracies suggests a sense of humor. I vote really good troll.
I used proper euro-centric spelling for that word earlier.
You probably all have seen this "Arguing on the internet is like participating in the special olympics" pic, so here is an upgrade:
Oh, wow, PBF has a new comic as of sometime last month:
>> KLF Google Map <<
"I made a KLF Google map," boasts Drew Badly. "I
say 'made', I compiled it. I got snowed in and
the locations just kept on getting added." An
obscure and peculiar guide to the movements of
the cult 90s group. Right up our street. A-ha,
This was in the latest http://b3ta.com newsletter
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Ron White on how to handle the death of a parent.
Keep an eye on Snoop Dog at the tail end....
since its dead plastic music, its most probably next as undead as kraftwerk.
I can't say I've seen a modern dance performance that looked quite like that before. I'd say there's a first time for everything, but...
Replace unnoticed ads and annoying CAPTCHAs, and combine them instead into a CAPTCHA that makes the reader type the advertiser's message.