Cadfael wrote:gozer wrote:net.terrorist
I like it, but I don't think it's gonna catch on.gozer wrote:with a very tenuous grasp on consensus reality
That's an act.
i knew i wasn't the only one to suspect that; it passes occam's razor with flying colours too . . .
whilst being epistemologically challenged does not necessarily equal mental illness (it can be ignorance or stupidity too) that doesn't look like it here, or rather what is is meant to look like . . .
. . . so he is fit as a fiddle in that respect, maybe with a creative and all-too-convenient relationship with the truth, but then most politicians* and media folks are like that too . . . there are in fact members of our community who have mental issues or neurological, endocrine, or neuroendocrine disorders which make it harder for most of them, and it behooves the community to give them all the educated understanding we can give them and all of the assistance for which they ask† -- a horrifying minstrel show at their expense for what reason which neither wagstaff nor i nor anyone else can fathom is worse than immoral . . .
* not walker though -- i think he is possessed
† including shining a light on the backwardness, arrogance, abuse of power, ulterior motives, peculiar agendas, and corruption of which a lot of people seem to be accusing the psychiatic establishment and their allied industries . . . add the military brass in there and there we have the p t s d catastrophe, no doubt a minor part of the fake opioid crisis (on top of undertreated chronic pain from injuries) used as a foil and go-to-excuse for all sorts of incovenient truths -- these wonderful men and women sign up to go overseas and run towards danger even if the folks in charge in d c are totally wrong, and the people responsible for keeping them in fine fettle don't do their job for various reasons and end up send a good fraction of them home with an extra rock to push uphill -- it is just awful . . .