January 30, 2008

Wink Wink

Nudge Nudge.

Judge the words of this former employee of the Canadian Human Rights Commission for yourself. Then, cast your vote.

In your opinion, does Richard Warman counsel an assault in this video?
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Posted by Kate at January 30, 2008 11:39 AM

"..he problem is some people that are so pompous and so full of themselves.."

I think Warman's talking about himself.

Posted by: Robert Wood at January 30, 2008 1:04 PM

What conceit, reminds me of what Aesop said.

The smaller the mind the greater the conceit.

Posted by: Wayne at January 30, 2008 1:17 PM

Who's the one, single, lonely idiot that voted "No" on the poll? Richard Warman probably, eh?

What are the chances of dragging Warman before the CHRC on the grounds that he promotes hate against pompous people who are full of themselves? Come on, there's GOT to be a case there! ~:D

Posted by: The Phantom at January 30, 2008 1:20 PM

Not only did Warman counsel an assault, but those he counselled carried the assault out. Now that is a clear crime from counsel to action.

Posted by: Joanne at January 30, 2008 1:22 PM

Just got a message, We are sorry, this video no longer available.

Posted by: MaryT at January 30, 2008 1:22 PM

What spoiled little children they are.

"Mommy and Daddy won't listen so I'm going to throw my dinner in your face!"

These snot nosed adolescents need a good bitch slapping.

Posted by: Doug at January 30, 2008 1:24 PM

There's so much to say about that video, but one thing in particular sticks with me: the statement by one of the pie-throwing group that "a pie in the face is the ultimate in free speech", or words to that effect. No, it isn't. It isn't speech at all. And, repulsive as I find it, what David Icke was doing is speech, and must be protected, except in those rare circumstances in which it amounts to direct incitement to violence, slander, or violation of copyright.

Posted by: Silicon Valley Jim at January 30, 2008 1:24 PM

Yes, Warman was clearly and openly inciting them to violence - throwing that pie. What was interesting is that these young kids (and Warman) weren't interested in what Icke was saying; they were focused on the sophomoric fun of attacking someone with a pie.

But notice what they were saying:
- that people like Icke 'need to be humiliated'. But, shouldn't the humiliation come from the audience, as that very wise woman said, objecting to these juveniles? She said "Let him (Icke) make a fool of himself" . That is, these juveniles have no right to interfere in the right and desire of others to hear - and judge - Icke. Let the people there do that.

And notice how concerned the juveniles were about reaction to their hostile attack. One of them expressed his fear that some 'wingnuts might be hostile to us". Hilarious; he and his friends are the wingnuts hostile to both Icke and the audience!

Then, another juvenile, a young girl, expressed her surprise "at the violence" against their intrusion into the lecture; she complained that two old ladies had tried to push her down the stair.

These kids - and their '"pie in the face is the ultimate expression of free speech' deserve to have someone do the same to them.

And Warman? What's his agenda? I'm beginning to think that there is a kind of psychological neurosis in the man; he's getting his kicks in strange places.

Posted by: ET at January 30, 2008 1:35 PM

Hey brave boys, here's an idea for you: Why don't you go to Afghanistan and throw a pie in the face of the Taliban? Then you guys can yuck it up together afterwards just like on an episode of Family Guy. Cause we know, Family Guy is the way life really is, right?

Posted by: Doug at January 30, 2008 1:36 PM

Check out the post at this site about a hate crime - the call to kill our military on our own soil - a real sweet guy.

Posted by: Joanne at January 30, 2008 1:37 PM

Mary T - I can still view the video.

Posted by: Joanne at January 30, 2008 1:39 PM

It wasn't just assault - vandalism and destruction of private property was commited.

Richard Warman is an accomplice in breaking the law. I'm surprised the store owner didn't call the police to arrest these people. With this video as evidence, can't a charge still be laid?

Posted by: irwin daisy at January 30, 2008 1:49 PM

I disagree, ET. He very clearly said and repeated that he wouldn't council anyone to do that.

Course, seeing as some think "words have power", then it would only be reasonable to think that tone also has power.


Posted by: lance at January 30, 2008 1:50 PM

" what, let him make a fool of himself if that's what he's doin'."
-Wise old woman who knows what's what, responding to flyer spam outside sold out David Icke speech.

Posted by: Paula at January 30, 2008 1:53 PM

I think Warman should be tied up and fired out of a cannon. Reload, rinse and repeat with that Kinsella moron too.

Having said that, I don't think a harmless pie constitutes an assault. I would like to advise our liberal food fighters that it is coming up on lunch time and according to the usual suspects, I am a racist, biggot, hater and mouth breather. Please throw your pies at me.

Mmmmm. Free lunch, and then I gotta take the rest of the day off to go home and change and do the laundry. It's a win/win for everybody!

Posted by: Jim at January 30, 2008 1:54 PM

...Let Icke argue for the existence of lizard people, let the Muslims and/or Christians call homosexuals an abomination and call for whatever they believe the homosexuals deserve, and let Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn say whatever they want about Mohammed (he's dead, by the way).

I am not the least bit concerned any of these people will be changing my mind on their issue anytime soon. I am, however, very worried about the Government deciding who can say what.

Posted by: Paula at January 30, 2008 1:57 PM

Warman was clearly egging the the little fools on, dumb little numbskulls that fashion lizard costumes for their silly street theater are easy disciples to manipulate. He all but gave them the bakery address for the pie. What a creepy, creepy guy.

The video really needs to reach a larger audience. Watching it and realizing that this narcissist childish buffoon has been the source of 50% of the HRC complaints is stomach churning. And could a person like Warman be capable to entrapping people on message boards, you bet.

Ickes can say whatever the hell he wants and stand up to the scrutiny of public opinion. Free speech is absolute. That Warman and his little disciple fools weren't capable of reasoned debate and plotted pie throwing speaks volumes. I wonder if the little creeps offered to make amends for the merchandise that they ruined?

Warman is a dangerous person in a free society. He is more dangerous than any irrational opinion that ever came out of Icke's mouth. It's good that light is being shed on Warman. And, that spittle spewing moron who defends him, Kinsella, isn't any better.

Posted by: penny at January 30, 2008 2:03 PM

Lance - turn your sarcasm off. 'Words have power'; indeed they do, and tone is part of the meaning. Just think of one word, ie, 'yes' or 'no' and you can change the meaning with a tone that goes from high to low, or low to high.

But, our esteemed Warman, if he was really counselling them NOT to 'throw the pie', ought not to have told them, clearly, the time and place of Icke's lecture.

Agree, Irwin Daisy - it was vandalism and destruction of private property. These kids never think of things like that. I still think it was interesting how concerned they were about their own safety, and fears about 'wingnuts hostile to us'. Heh.

Posted by: ET at January 30, 2008 2:04 PM

I for one am reassured by the presence in this world of someone as nobly selfless as Richard "Cottage-Industry Serial HRC Complainant" Warman, who so graciously has volunteered to think for me. He's made our civilization safe by persecuting a man who is certain that invisible space lizards are controlling the world's leaders. Goodness knows, without Warman's courageous stand, I might have had to decide on the value of David Icke myself.
I thank you, Dick, and so do my too-lazy-to-get-out-of-the-deck-chair-by-the-pool brain cells.

Posted by: T. Robert Wolfram at January 30, 2008 2:08 PM

And the fact that Kinsella is in Warman's corner of the ring tells you everything you need to know about Kinsella.

Society is unfortunately full of young asses and bullies who grow up to be big asses and even bigger bullies. The problem is that we allow too many openings for these parasites to feed through, the legal system and law schools being one.

And it is why people like Warman and Kinsella love the left, because it is the left that specialises in catering to parasites and other dregs of society.

If people were fed based on their actual contribution to society, Warman and Kinsella would have long ago died of hunger.

Speaking as an engineer these two jerks make me sick to my stomach.

Posted by: TJ at January 30, 2008 2:10 PM

I can't see the video either. Is there an alternative address?

Posted by: Mark Bourrie at January 30, 2008 2:12 PM

It certainly says a lot about Warman's character. He believes that any and all means are justified in the silencing of others that he does not agree with. He likes to play games like "I would never counsel anyone to do this but...." He is childish, self righteous, classless, abusive and has no integrity. The HRC should be very proud of their star complainant.

Posted by: LynnH at January 30, 2008 2:22 PM

I got it working. Must be all the traffic. :)
Scary stuff.

Posted by: Mark Bourrie at January 30, 2008 2:23 PM

What law school did that clown attend? It should be recinding his degree immediately. That level of sophistication is found only in leftists and children whose mental capacities force them to repeat kindergarten.

Posted by: Joe at January 30, 2008 2:35 PM

Apparently, Lucy now works for the Department of National Defense. Now, there's a comforting thought.

Posted by: Connie Fournier at January 30, 2008 2:37 PM
...force them to repeat kindergarten.

Joe, don't forget, according to all Progressives/Fascists: ALL I EVER NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN.

Posted by: Doug at January 30, 2008 2:48 PM

Isn’t anyone grateful for having our tax dollars spent to protect us from a former soccer player who thinks that Jews are alien reptiles?

It looks like 2008 is shaping up to be an eventful year for mr. Warman

Posted by: Cal at January 30, 2008 2:50 PM

Warman is lower than whale crap, in my opinion. If that wasn't councelling the commission of a crime (tossing a pie, rock or marshmallow) then I don't know what is.
the dipwads don't realize that by committing this act (for the media) they are just giving Ickes more publicity than he probably deserves. I wouldn't have known about him if it wasn't for this documentary.
Out of curiosity, isn't the person doing this documentary culpable also? would he have warned Ickes if they were going to say pepper spray him instead? Or toss acid? Maybe shoot him?? Where is the line?

Posted by: Texas Canuck at January 30, 2008 2:51 PM

Pretty clear cut case of councelling and criminal conspiracy...make sure the LSUC knows what disreputable skanks their law society has allowed to molest people.

Posted by: WL Mackenzie Redux at January 30, 2008 3:00 PM

I wonder why these geniuses that Warman influences don't have enough brains to ask him why he doesn't do what he is implying that they should do, himself. Obviously he is too cowardly to do anything substantial to back up his beliefs. Except, of course, hide behind the skirts of the HRC like the little coward that he obviously is.

Posted by: Gus at January 30, 2008 3:06 PM

Where is the line?

I've been thinking about that too. If history can be drawn upon, stupid little brownshirted fascists like Warman and his pie throwing lizard kids in a coarser society have been called upon to serve up just about anything they perceived that the state wanted. Political correctness is want the left wants enforced at present so they act as the mindless enforcers for the left. It's sick.

What's the difference between serving up victims for the CHRC or thought crime victims to Stalin's KGB? Nothing. That's what makes Warman and his like minded toadies so disgusting and creepy.

Posted by: penny at January 30, 2008 3:14 PM

Don't squeeze the Warmin

Posted by: Mr Whipple er Nipple at January 30, 2008 3:19 PM

"Having said that, I don't think a harmless pie constitutes an assault." by Jim

Jim, you are were hungry.

They intended to plant a pie in his face, and even if the filling was light and creamy and the pastry was flaky, if it isn't served on a plate with a fork, it constitutes an assault....pies in the face, from what I've heard, hurt. Who cares if they missed his face. I hardly think the intent is any different if someone aiming at your head, only manages to strike you in your arm....mind you, if it was a bullet, one might think otherwise.

Posted by: Joanne at January 30, 2008 3:21 PM

The Death of Irony: Warman's remark that he wants to "take the piss out of people who are so pompous and full of themselves". Can he really be that un-self-conscious?
And that lovely phrase from one of the youts: "progressive activism". Progressivism = fascism. See Jonah Goldberg.

Went for a very long walk in Vancouver yesterday and was sickened by the amount of graffiti I encountered: so that's where it comes from eh?
And, be clear, these youts are from middle-upper middle class families who, it appears, were too busy to raise their kids.

Posted by: Me No Dhimmi at January 30, 2008 3:31 PM

Can you guarantee the contents of the pie, Jim?

How long before one of these Warmanites laces one with battery acid?

Posted by: Kate at January 30, 2008 3:42 PM

I found this amusing...

on wiki's page for the David Icke it describes him as, "In his online autobiography, Icke writes that, in March 1990, while he was a national spokesperson for the Green Party, "
I believe in free speech, even for the Green Party.

Posted by: northbaytrapper at January 30, 2008 4:03 PM

So what right does Warman have to talk about people who are full of themselves?

Someone for whom the Human resource commissions spell early retirement.

Yes he did but that's ok he isn't a right winger and thats how the law works in Canada.

Posted by: dinosaur at January 30, 2008 4:05 PM

I wonder if we can call Richard Warman a terrorist?

He seems, from what I know about him and what he's been doing, to fit the definition.

He's doing hateful, discriminatory, intimidating stuff to people, including even inciting violence, with the apparent intent of instilling feelings of terror unto them, to try to make them submit to his extreme, revolutionary political agenda, so, isn't that more or less what a terrorist is?

No wonder he never hauled any actual terrorists or suspected terrorists before the CHRC. Professional courtesy, I'd think!

Someone ought to lodge a HR complaint against this SOB.

Posted by: The Canadian Sentinel at January 30, 2008 4:09 PM

You know....yeah, ok what they did was wrong, but considering the target? I can't really hold it against them. And really, it's rather satisfying to watch a group of idiots attack a lunatic. It's a win-win situation.

Posted by: Alex at January 30, 2008 4:15 PM

I love lemon meringue pie--but to eat, when I choose.

Throwing a pie at someone else invades their space, demeans them, soils their clothing, wrecks their make up/hair, and probably the rest of their day. And, as Joanne says, it very likely hurts. This is an assault, pure and simple. (Jim, how on earth can you suggest otherwise?)

I've worked for more than three decades in Canada's classrooms and have noticed something very ominous in the past decade: more and more of the people I work with, including kids AND adults (often entilted, unaccountable administrators and the parents of the worst behaved kids) who behave like toddlers: self-referential, selfish, Me-Me-Me behaviour all the time.

I've met plenty of Richard Warmans, child and adult. They're legion these days. On an unprecedented scale, this society is not turning out adults who have a sense of resposibility. It's always, "It's my right." "What's in it for me?" "It's not my fault!" or "I didn't do it!" (One notices that most of them turn out to be liberals and, in Canada, rabidly anti c[C]onservative.)

Very scary.

Posted by: lookout at January 30, 2008 4:19 PM

Alex, I'm afraid you're one of the "adult toddlers" to whom I'm referring. Grow up, please.

Posted by: lookout at January 30, 2008 4:20 PM

I'm sorry, I think you're mistaking your lack of humour for maturity.

Posted by: Alex at January 30, 2008 4:23 PM

Alex, you're certainly entiltled to your opinion, which, BTW, I consider to be ill informed. However, I wouldn't endorse someone throwing a pie in your face.

Now, enjoy your evening!

Posted by: lookout at January 30, 2008 4:28 PM

And you're certainly entitled to your opinion, which I consider to be pompous, presumptuous, and more than a little ignorant. However, I won't endorse anyone throwing a pie in your face.

Hope you enjoy your week!

Posted by: Alex at January 30, 2008 4:32 PM

Listen to one of the female professinal victims, who was pushing people out of the way as she was running down the stairs, as cowards always do. She stats some elderly ladies tried to push her, and trip her down the stairs. Why is it always useless cowardly twats who sign on these groups?

Posted by: Honey Pot at January 30, 2008 4:33 PM

Kate, battery acid and pies are two very different things.

Legally speaking I think you can 'assault' somebody without laying a hand on them. In the real world, to me at least, assault means wrongfully beating someone. I saw Ralph Klein get a pie in the face that darn near took his head off and that would qualify as an assault, I suppose. But a light pie, thrown by some uncoordinated liberal chav? Bah.

In a perfect world this would be a non-issue. Warman, Kinsella and their trained zippers would get 60 days in the clink, stamping out license plates for 12 hours a day 7 days a week and folks like you and I would not give those turd brains the time of day beyond that.

Warman and the Kinsella Kids are less to me than the mud on my boots. The day they start harassing me with nuisances like the HRC or battery acid throwing miscreants is the day I start spreading some hate around with a 9mm I suppose.

For now, I am not going to insult my intelligence by taking these idiots seriously.

Posted by: Jim at January 30, 2008 4:33 PM

"Pie in the face is the ultimate form of free speech"

Um, no. It's called assault. If this is what the left has degenerated into in this country, then that is indeed a sad statement about the movement as a whole.

Posted by: Right Hand Man at January 30, 2008 4:34 PM

Jim, you have to take these idiots seriously. They have governments behind them, funding them, to hunt down and harass people who won't tow the party line.

In a world with out left thought control police, they could be ignored. Don't kid yourself they are very dangerous, and as you have just seen, no slime ball tactic is beneath them.

Posted by: Honey Pot at January 30, 2008 4:39 PM

"A pie in the face is the ultimate expression of free speech."

For those who are ignorant and illiterate, it may well be.

Posted by: Joan Tintor at January 30, 2008 4:41 PM

Is the purpose of this post to incite hate towards or otherwise create a general attitude of contempt for Richard Warman? Could his fuzzy bunny feewings be hurt by this?


Posted by: OMMAG at January 30, 2008 4:44 PM

Has anyone noticed that the socialist street urchin that richard warman is nudge,nudge,wink,wink counseling to NOT throw a pie(:40 seconds into the film) is the same guy that actually THROWS the pie?(4:45 into the film).


Posted by: Mr.g at January 30, 2008 4:44 PM

crime committed is conspiracy, criminal offence

Posted by: GYM at January 30, 2008 4:44 PM

I'll trade any of these fairy f___s a knuckle sandwich for a lemon pie if they wish.
I'm gettin butterflys in my tummy just thinking about the thrill.

Posted by: Shawn at January 30, 2008 4:49 PM

The ironic thing is that these pie-throwers probably have more in common with David Icke than any of us do! I'll bet you anything that at least one of them believes that "9/11 was an inside job", just like Icke does. ALL of them doubtless believe that "neo-cons" and capitalism are running the world, just like Icke does. And I'd bet my right nut that all of them believe that the Israel/Palestine conflict is entirely the fault of "Zionists", while Icke blames "zionists" for pretty much everything that goes wrong in the world.

It seems to me that the main reason they're pissed at Icke is because he takes all of their own arguments to the next level of crazy.

Posted by: Alex at January 30, 2008 4:50 PM

Throwing pies into peoples' faces is what clowns do. With permission, of course; otherwise, it's just assault by a scumbag.

What does this make Richard Warman, for encouraging people to behave like this?

Posted by: The Canadian Sentinel at January 30, 2008 4:55 PM

If memory serves, a kid from PEI got 30 days in jail for tossing a pie at Jean Chretien. It was assault.
From what I know of Ickes, I might like to catch his act because it's probably a good laugh. And that's how this stuff should be dealt with, at most.
Breaking up public meetings because you don't like what people are saying harkens back to the political situation in Germany in the 1930s.

Posted by: Mark Bourrie at January 30, 2008 5:08 PM

"A pie in the face is the ultimate expression of free speech."

Only if you believe Warren Kinsella is a deep thinker.

Posted by: Hannibal Lectern at January 30, 2008 5:09 PM

"demeans them"

which would expose them to contempt, thereby contravening Canadian Human Rights Legislation.


We should call him Threepeat.

Posted by: Victor Toupe at January 30, 2008 5:14 PM

Honey Pot there are better folk than me taking these guys seriously, Kate and Ezra Levant among them.

I don't think there is going to be much left after they get through beating up on Kinsella and Warman...but if there is, I have guns and a pile of ammo and a really, really bad attitude toward totalitarians and communists.

For now the system is being challenged, our best people are on the job and if any liberal food fighters give me any crap - I will eat their ammunition and smile. Otherwise, wake be up when it is time to bring the big guns out.

Posted by: Jim at January 30, 2008 5:23 PM

For now, I am not going to insult my intelligence by taking these idiots seriously.

Except, Jim, multiply those little cretin's behavior across college campuses in the West and it's something to be taken seriously. I'm sorry, but, it isn't ignorable.

The predatory Warman's of the world and his fascist lefty professor counterparts prey upon the gullible young. A pie thrown seems so lame, but, given the right set of circumstances it can easily morph to bullets. Hey, those kids nor Warman never felt one moments remorse at the damage they did to the bookstore's merchandise.

Warman has been outed, thank God, but our college campuses are crawling with Warmans. It's satisfying that when he googles his name, as I'm sure as a major narcissist he does often, his slimey ego takes a hit. The blessing of the internet is that good people can out these slobs.

Posted by: penny at January 30, 2008 5:35 PM

Warman , hoist on his own retard ,

petard is too advanced for him.

Posted by: cal2 at January 30, 2008 5:51 PM

I see the single retard who voted "No" on the poll at 1:20 PM has been joined by 9 more.

What is it with Lefties that they can't understand assault and property damage? They ruined the guy's shirt, they damaged books, they got shite on the carpet. This all costs somebody else's money and time to clean up.

I think the best resolution to one of these pie throwing escapades was the time the little creeps chucked one at Anne Coulter. Members of the audience chased the offenders down, and they were charged $3,000 bucks to pay for the stage backdrop they got pie on.

Posted by: The Phantom at January 30, 2008 6:11 PM

In your opinion, does Kate McMillan defend anti-Semites like David Icke?

[ ] Yes
[ ] Yes

Posted by: Curious at January 30, 2008 8:26 PM

In your opinion, does Kate McMillan defend anti-Semites like David Icke? by Curious

Curious, I realize you are only 12 going on 13 and it's difficult for you to comprehend that it has nothing to do with Icke.

Posted by: Gunney99 at January 30, 2008 8:40 PM

Here's a suggestion. Go to the search box and type in David Icke. You'll need the results to go with your poll.

Posted by: Kate at January 30, 2008 8:47 PM

Curious: Is David Icke an anti Semite? His thoughts on giant lizard people resemble that of a nut not an anti Semite. Never the less unless he is egging on violence like Wormwood does in the video his words must be allowed to be heard if only for a chuckle.

Posted by: Joe at January 30, 2008 8:48 PM

Oddly enough, the only other time that "curious" has commented from that ip address, it was to ask the question "Kate, is it true you sent come hither emails to Kinsella?" - on Dec.5.

It was held for moderation, as the user signed my name to it.

I bet you didn't expect to get caught, eh Warren?

Posted by: Kate at January 30, 2008 8:57 PM

I can't believe what complete losers these Warman followers are. There was a time, not so long ago, when people of that age had more important things to worry about than being amateur thought police. And when they chose more thoughtful and responsible mentors. Some poor parents somewhere are paying or have paid good money to send those twerps to school where, it appears, they learn nothing more than bad manners and self-entitlement. Or maybe the parents are part of the problem?

Posted by: felis corpulentis at January 30, 2008 9:26 PM

"Why is it always useless cowardly twats who sign on these groups?"

Hate to answer HP's question with a question, but:

How many of the losers in this video do you think have full-time jobs?

My guess is none of 'em. It's usually the unemployed lefist idiots who have the leisure time to devote to full-time protesting, preventing anyone not a leftard from exercising their right to free speech, moronic pie-throwing, etc. Conservatives just don't have the time to devote to these low-wattage pursuits, what with holding down jobs to support their families, contributing to society, and - through their taxes - supporting these leftish parasites in one way or another.

Although Warman has a "job", as it's with the federal government (surprise!), he's likely kept it because they're too petrified to fire him. Morons like this are usually worthless low-productivity rabble rousers and most private sector employers will sever their useless cans out the door el pronto.

I would, in a heartbeat.

I suspected Kinsella in drag as "Curious", too; can Kate or somebody verify the IP?

at gmail d0t calm

Posted by: mhb at January 30, 2008 10:02 PM

Perhaps Curious can tell us where Alfonso Cashbagliano is hanging out these days, or, perhaps, that other Chretienite loser, Maurice Strong?

Da proof, it go poof.

Posted by: Thumbelina at January 30, 2008 10:18 PM

Curious, you numbskull, doing the when-did-you stop-beating-your-wife challenge is pathetic. It's not working for you as the intelligence factor here is too high for that.

David Ickes is beyond anyone's interest if you have been following this thread with half a brain. There is no argument here that he is anything but a kook. Who gives a damn what he says other than his right under our English Common Law heritage to say whatever the hell he wants, he's generic white noise compared to the antics of the slimy Richard Warmans of the world and those that endorse him.

Posted by: penny at January 30, 2008 10:27 PM

The picture of the character aka Mr Warman, that I am receiving courtesy of my tinfoil hat, is one depicting an immature vandal. We all know the type.

Very simple to be sure maybe that's the point.

He is reputed to be a lawyer, I wonder about that.

Does the subject really require much more of our attention?

Posted by: eastern paul at January 30, 2008 11:44 PM

Kate, are you kidding me? Kinsella's got nothing better to do than send lame-o trolls to SDA under pseudonyms? That's amazing.

Gawd what a Loser!

Posted by: The Phantom at January 31, 2008 12:41 AM

I'm not kidding you.

I'm beginning to suspect his wife supports him. With the time he has to spend on sock puppetry, the client list at this Daisy Group effort must fit on a Post-It Note.

Posted by: Kate at January 31, 2008 12:47 AM

"How many of the losers in this video do you think have full-time jobs?"

The same thought occured to me, as soon as I saw the low rent accommodation they were 'working' out of.

It's a bit of a conundrum how people with such regard for their own superiority always live a trailer trash lifestyle.

Posted by: no guff at January 31, 2008 1:39 AM

All these losers met at a face piercing parlor.

Posted by: h.ryan. at January 31, 2008 12:15 PM

"With the time he has to spend on sock puppetry, the client list at this Daisy Group effort must fit on a Post-It Note."

Or a Tic-Tac.

Posted by: Norman Fell at January 31, 2008 2:08 PM

We should ask Warren how many clients can dance on the head of a pin.

Posted by: The Phantom at January 31, 2008 4:01 PM