09.28.2010 05:33 PM

Just saying

…one of the tackiest things I have seen, ever, is a columnist Twittering from a funeral.

Let’s see if they do it again.

5 Comments


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    allegra fortissima says:

    Yep, Down South… really tacky:

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/afterword

    Wish they’d missed the date!


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    Ted says:

    Oh, please please please out this lowlife scumbag.


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      allegra fortissima says:

      You must be the proud owner of an urban dictionary…

      Can we have more of that?


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    Warren says:

    I’ll send you an email.


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    Granny says:

    While meandering through that site… found this quote for my collection: “One of the reasons for conspiracy theories is an assumption that people in high places know what they are doing. When they do something that makes no sense, devious reasons are imagined, in fact it may be due to plain old ignorance and incompetence,” said economist Thomas Sowell.

    True. But it is still more fun to imagine (ie. make up) all the devious and sinister reasons that could be behind the actions. Making up conspiracy theories can be a great game, as long as you don’t start believing in them yourself.

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