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Friday, November 11, 2005

Commode Commotion: An Update

And now we have word that our beloved crapper-man (see previous post) has passed a lie detector test, which addressed claims that he has made multiple accusations about being glued to toilets.

I guess we have an answer to that old rhetorical question, "Can this get any weirder?"

I don't know about all of you, but this case has me on the edge of my seat.

8 Comments:

At November 13, 2005 8:38 AM, Blogger The Phoenix replied to my musings ...

It's a scam. Passing a polygraph could just mean he's a psychopathic liar. His lies become reality.

 
At November 14, 2005 7:01 PM, Blogger .: raven :. replied to my musings ...

how come people think that if someone fails a lie detector test, that obviously the test WORKS ... but if someone passes a polygraph, they are obviously skilled liars?

hmmm ....

tsk tsk .. judge not lest ye be judged

i, for one .. believe the guy. clerks in the store here are generally young kids that are pretty clueless ... i can see them thinking that the guy was just messing around .... and not responding to his calls for help. and i can see them being the ones in the first place that pulled the little prank ....

anyway ..

 
At November 14, 2005 10:48 PM, Blogger The Phoenix replied to my musings ...

The polygraph is not effective when psycopathic people are involved. They have no problems lying, and their own reality is everyone's reality.

We will have a new type of test coming down the pike very very soon.

At least my assessment is based on very concrete facts instead of broad generalizations like "generally young kids are clueless."

 
At November 16, 2005 10:20 PM, Blogger Dear Jane replied to my musings ...

Holy Shit...this guy is dumb. sitting down on two different public toilet seats covered in wet sticky unknown substances. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice...shame on me!

 
At November 16, 2005 11:58 PM, Blogger David Amulet replied to my musings ...

Well said! This guy really understands the true meaning of getting stuck on something ...

-- david

 
At November 18, 2005 7:57 AM, Blogger .: raven :. replied to my musings ...

hmmm .. what concrete FACTS do you have?

do you live here? do you shop at that Home Depot? i think i am qualified to make that statement based upon the fact that this is in the town in which i live, thank you, kind Sir.

since i've just recently come across your "name" in the blog world, i was unaware that you were an "expert" in all things judicial.

 
At November 18, 2005 8:40 AM, Blogger David Amulet replied to my musings ...

Hmmm. If you're referring to me, I'm confused--I acknowledged not having all the details of the case, and I don't see anything in my post that makes a call one way or the other on the guilt or innocence of those being sued.

More importantly, maybe it wasn't as obvious as I thought that the whole story was simply a starting point from which to make 15+ butt puns within an essay of less than 300 words. It's not a frined-of-the-court brief; it's called humor writing.

-- david

 
At November 18, 2005 10:09 PM, Blogger Raven replied to my musings ...

no i wasn't addressing that you to :) i should have been more clear. my apologies kind Sir.

i laughed at the first 5 puns and then groaned at the rest. LOL

 

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