Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by Gryph, May 6, 2007.
Just heard about this.
Can nothing stop the idiocy?
Nope. We're way past the point of no return here.
*moves to New Zealand*
I'm in the process of writing a rather violent novel, I hope it doesn't get me fired from my job.
Fleen actually interviewed the guy, and tried to get a statement from the office of the State's Attorney for St. Mary's County.
The amount of stupidity emanating from that office makes my head hurt.
When I read the title of this thread I immediately thought of Jack Thompson...trying sue VG Cats or Penny Arcade.
...this is the most pathetic thing I've read in a looong time.
Patriot act is gooooo!
While this guy was being arrested & questioned, I wonder how many drugs were being sold to kids elsewhere?
But, er... hey! If anyone is watching & tracking my IP, I'm a good citizen, honest!!!!
oh brother, I'm telling you 1984(the book) will happen, they just got the year wrong. We need to do something about some of these laws before they get worse.
Whoa.. I didn't know they'd go that far.
Uh, it has nothing to do with that.
There's another article about it that mentions that. I forget which one, though.
Why doesn't the NRA get involved.
The way I see it, this guy has had his rights violated.
He wasn't actually arrested though, just questioned. probably wasn't even read his maranda rights.
well.....thats dumb,stupid, and pathetic.
*Is glad he lives in Canada*
Apparently the detectives thought it was pretty stupid too.
You know CSIS can "Security Certificate" you for a multitude of reasons and hold you indefinitely without trial.
I've been a big fan of Matt and Ian's work since the early days of Mac Hall. This is madness, constitutional rights are being trampled, blah blah blah.
You guys should all read the comics! Support them!
Machall's Ian? That is just plain ridiculous...
Matt mentioned that one of the Detectives was a fan, and he showed him the MacHall book. Do you think the detective got an autograph?
Did he get fired? Shit. Sue the piss out of the company!
I got fired once at a job where a co-worker had a problem with me, theatend me and chased me out to the parking lot.
I "let it go", and moved on to bigger and better things. But I regret not suing them for allowing the guy to make threats at me all day and when he chased me out to my car after work.
I should have hit the SOB in the face with a tire iron.
As an aside, ever notice nobody ever "goes postal" in a warehouse? Most of us grunts are armed. Hell it's a job requirement to have a knife and a crowbar.
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