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More on George Tierney, Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina |
May 22, 2012
Stephen Mack #TeamMomo
John (bird whisperer)
I don't even know what he's trying to say there. -
Uli - Sent to Coventry
This is approaching the point of "can't possibly be real" anymore. -
If adults talk, I'm not sure what he is. -
Just found his phone number and address in one of our databases. If he's that easy to find, then I'm guessing he's getting a bunch of unsolicited calls and packages by now... -
The link to his LinkedIn profile also pops up on the first or second page of a Google search, clearly indicating his current place of employment. I'm sure they're thrilled. -
I imagine several people have called his place of business. -
This interview is absolutely stellar (in a really really bad way):
Yeah, we're entering "possibly mentally ill" territory.
I had that same thought, Victor. He mentions that he voted for Democratic presidential candidates in fairly recent elections. How does one go from that to his current extreme positions without some sort of severe breakdown or emotional trauma? I suppose it's possible that he's 'seen the light' (whatever the 'light' is in his mind) but that's a pretty drastic shift. -
It's more the semicoherent speech (or text), the seemingly almost random profanity and racial slurs, the complete obliviousness to social consequences, rather than the severe ideological swing that worries me. Like, if this dude walked into an ER in California, I wouldn't think it would be that excessive to 5150 him. -
"who is St. Fu?" <---LOL -
His random rant about cancer made me wonder about a tumor pressing on the "don't be an asshole" center in his brain. -
Ok, after reading that interview, he's nuts. I can deal with nuts. -
Damn, he does sound rather unhinged. -
I suppose the other factor that could account for his ideological shift is the fact that we now have president who is "a person of color." Race and civil rights were the wedge issues that drove southern Democrats to the Republican party in the sixties. I'm sure that the ever-clearer eventuality that whites will be a minority race in the not-too-distant future exacerbates that.
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