Dennis the Pseudo Menace, another commentator at Oliver Willis blog used one of his favorite words, like a naughty 5-year old who has just learned the word butt:
Maybe you could post something on your psychotic blog.
Well, because the subject is psychotic(or is it psychotic to post real quotes made by a psychotic, as can be found at my header of my blog?) perhaps you could demonstrate an ability to create a blog, psychotic or not, as you please.
If you’re reading this, Dennis, could you explain why you defend someone who is quite capable of defending themselves, despite years of soaking their liver and frontal lobes of their brain in ethanol ?
Also, did it take more than two cereal box tops to get the expertise in psychological terms you demonstrate on a regular basis?
I’d tell you to calm down and have a drink to settle your nerves, but in your case, make it 50mg of reserpine.
Here’s what a commentator had to say about Frank and how he ‘served’ his country:
Frank DiSalle says:
October 2, 2009 at 9:28 am
DKel : I don’t blame anyone else for my actions . My response to Army discipline was to break a lot of rules, and get stripes removed. I don’t “blame” the Army for that.
That wasn’t either thing that I dreamed up, Frank. It is what you posted. Breaking rules in the military usually falls under a few broad categories.
Civil/military Criminal Behavior
Not sure which one, or if any of these apply to your heralded four years of duty. But what I do know, is that your country fielded an Army of conscripts in your day, which tells me that there was a determined need for your cooperation and contribution. You chose not to cooperate to the extent that you exited service at the lowest rank after four years. And I am not a patriot because I voted for a Democrat. Outstanding judgment on your part. I am sure you are going to pick one minute portion of this to feign outrage at, but I am used to the deflection deal…I have read a few Article 15’s to undisciplined Soldiers before….