Somewhere across the Big Pond they often advise trial lawyers to avoid asking questions of witnesses on the stand unless they are sure of the answer. A Texan gentleman by the rather peculiar name of Alphonsus Jr. might consider applying such advice to other areas of his life, such as his interactions with complete strangers on the internet.
MAR 07, 2013 @ 20:52:02
Your links don’t work.
Incidentally, you appear to be on a crusade against Theodore Dalrymple. I keep seeing you in com boxes speaking against him. Kindly explain.
Incidentally, have you ever hired a surgical hitman to commit surgical infanticide?
If ‘Alphonsus Jr.’ had conducted some research before he asked this rather unpleasant, ungentlemanly question he may have stumbled across my Catholic origins. I certainly stumbled across his. Just a word of advice ‘Junior’, abortion is a mortal sin, having oneself tattooed isn’t.
I asked my wise old 95 year old neighbour (ex RAF, paramedic, college porter) Nobby Clarke what I should do.
‘Nobby, some American accused me of committing a mortal sin. What should I do?”
‘And did you commit this mortal sin?’
‘Why, of course not.’
Brief silence. And then Nobby said ‘Nothing.’
That man is a genius. Although you’ll note that I did not follow his advice.
Apparently my charming interlocutor has a few identities on da web, including: