Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Interrogation of a troll-blogger

Apparently, this is not a product of satire. It's an accidentally hilarious interrogation of what I suppose we might call a troll-blogger.

I particularly liked (a) the absurdity of the wholly-justified accusations, (b) the fact that the shifty troll-blogger looks as if he's never worn a suit and tie before and (c) the combination of half-suppressed incredulity and disdain you can see in the eyes of the interviewer.



H/t The Dish.

5 comments:

zmkc said...

When they are drawing up a list of the 10 great understatements of the year, 'I probably shouldn't have said that,' would have to be in there somewhere, don't you think?

dearieme said...

Preposterous ass: everyone knows that the convention is to compare Dr Goebbels to Thomas Jefferson.

dearieme said...

"Marxist Harpy" might fit Cherie Blair, mind, especially if you could fit in "avaricious" too.

Gadjo Dilo said...

Oh good grief. And to add to zmkc's nomination I would add Erichson's "I got my wires crossed". Easy to do when you have a blog and you want to become famous by comparing famous people to Nazis...

Gaw said...

z: I've never heard so many 'so when did you stop beating your wife' questions in a row!

Dearieme: Yes, that is one of the Laws of the Internet, isn't it?

Gadjo: How about 'the dog ate part of my post'?