I think so, Brain … but doesn’t being a writer involve a lot of paperwork?
Following the advice from Napoleon below, I’m not going to explain the major strategic errors The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin made last week. I’ll wait just a bit longer.
Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.
I think so, Brain … but how much threat can he be if he thinks a psyops only has one eye?
Commenter gmhowell wrote this in the comment section of the Another Forgery? post below.
I suspect ‘Gail’ is to Bill as ‘mother’ was to Norman Bates: a convenient fiction to help him further his own mental deterioration.
That’s an interesting observation. You see, one of the images that the anonymous coward Team Kimberlin commenter(s) have been repeatedly sending along with comments about Mrs. Hoge is this one from the movie Psycho:Team Kimberlin’s fascination with ugly, macabre, and perverse things is really quite repulsive.
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After spending more than a month being captured into orbit on the dark side of dwarf planet Ceres, the Dawn spacecraft has traveled so that the sunlit north pole has come into view. These images used to make this animation were taken on 10 April at a range of around 33,000 km, and they represent the highest-resolution views of Ceres released to date. The spacecraft will settle into an 13,500 km orbit around Ceres and hold that distance until 9 May when it will move in for a closer look.
Image Credit: NASA