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Archive for August, 2011

“Have you no decency, sir?”

Mr. DiSalle has again demonstrated what happens when the milk of human kindness goes sour:


Frank, I hope you’re happy with the lack of dignity and sheer inhumanity you show with your response to Steve Job leaving as CEO of Apple.

Have you no shame, have you no decency, Mr. DiSalle?

I hope you never have to experience the fear and dread of being told you have a tumor, or that “it’s too late for chemo” a few months down the road.

You can see for yourself here.

SF and his discontents

SF is so stupid I always fly away from him when I see him

This is what SaveFerris, or SF(which could also stand for Self-Refuting, which would explain a lot) had to say about the kerfluffle about Obama being out of Washington, D.C., when yesterday’s quake hit at Olllie’s place:

You, alright?!? We learned it by watching you!

Conservatives aren’t good at being original in their tactics, according to SF.

And, BTW, Frank DiSalle is still a dummy

Frank again demonstrates the need for this blog

Hot tempered and charming as ever, Frank unloaded this little rant at Ollie’s place, talking about Wal-Mart:

Yeah, Merl, a story about one of the most successful businesses in the world – I repeat, one – is “evidence” to you.

But who is the real dumbass here?

From NPR:

Wal-Mart, the world’s biggest retailer, announced its second quarter earnings this week. While profits were up, sales were down in the U.S. It’s the ninth consecutive quarter that important number has declined. Because of Wal-Mart’s size, economists are paying attention. Analyst Brian Sozzi talks to Renee Montagne about what Wal-Mart can learn from other retailers.

I have the brain the size of a ping-pong ball, and I'm smarter than Frank DiSalle.