(I'll read Megaman later and see why my joke is misconstrued into an admission of guilt that I'm a rapist.)
I hope I don't incur the wrath of nesgirl the way she is planning to fight you two guys with her self defense Karate, but if I'm part of the group of misfits then I'm Larry, Summerlander is Curly, and DeschainXIX is Moe.
Moe can be a little mean at times.
Curly is the main star.
Larry is useless and forgettable. He's not worth watching, or fighting.
( I read more and realize it's only Moe that she's afraid of because of the "How to Commit Violent Crimes" book he's planning to read, so I'm safe. Phew! )
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I would like to turn it back at you and point out that Hagart is the most respectful person on this forum, and he bears no malice for anyone. Disliking him will only lower everybody else's opinion of you.
It seems that you all are righteously offended--perhaps I should spell things out for you. I would say that capriciously accusing someone of aspiring to murder simply for reading a book is pretty malicious, and impetuously so.
I’m bemused as to what goes on in these people’s heads. I suppose they see the words “violence” and “crime” and after a few minutes of staring at the screen with a blank expression, their mind vomits, “Dat guy want to kill peeple an comit crim.” It’s remarkable I have to say this for you, but it’s a medical science book written by a distinguished psychologist that uses modern neurology to analyze the roots of humanity’s violent and criminal impulses--and subsequently how we can combat neurological depravity and solve the problem of “evil.”
How does one leap from “The Anatomy of Violence: The Biology of Crime,” to “How to Commit Violent Crimes”? What goes on in your strange little minds? Anyway … that is what I meant by intellectual disrespect.
I was letting you know what nesgirl wrote in the Megaman thread and was making a joke about that. She was the one who misconstrued what you said and was gearing up for battle, due to the 'violent' book you were planning to read, and I just had to point that out.
I'm getting confused and don't know who's sarcastic and who's serious anymore!
I like psychology and criminology too. Nesgirl is a good subject to study!
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