Berg’s 20th Law Rules All It Surveys

It’s gotten to the point where hearing about any emotionally charged claim of abuse gets me thinking “deep breath, wait – the odds it’ll be a hoax are just about even, if not better”.

I mean, there’s a reason it’s not called “Berg’s 20th Suggestion“.

Keep it in mind, and you’re disappointed…well, pretty rarely, to be honest.

(Not gonna pullquote it – the whole thing is worth a read).

11 thoughts on “Berg’s 20th Law Rules All It Surveys

  1. Officers with the University of Minnesota Police Department were searching for a suspect in an armed robbery just before 2 a.m. on Feb. 1 and believed the student in question matched the suspect’s description. The student was stopped about a block away from the site of the robbery.

    Yeah, well when 90% of the armed robberies, car jackings, assaults, and 99% of the shootings are being done by doods that look like you, you’re bound to catch the attention of cops looking for armed robbers, car jackers, thugs and shooters.

  2. I followed this student’s pack of lies on KTLK. Like the show hosts, I couldn’t help but laugh at this miscreant’s stupidity. Anyone that listens to the audio, hears this idiot, who was so traumatized by the event, he asks the officers for a ride! One of them replied that they can’t because they have to continue looking for the perp.

  3. 9/10 his ACT scores would have kept him out of the UofM if he wasn’t black, hoss. He’s double majoring in “poor me” and “gibs me dat”.

  4. Off topic —

    Extremely frustrating trying to add a picture to my account. Word Press? Gravatar?

  5. You have to do it with Gravitar, Allen.

    This has got to be one of the worst comment tools I’ve ever run across, but it’s what we’ve got.

  6. This has got to be one of the worst comment tools I’ve ever run across

    There are many worse. The only downside is, for whatever reason I can’t administer the spam filter anymore, and getting a key to do the admin is some obtuse open source process that has not, in five years of trying, worked.

    It’s getting to the point where my main option is going to be completely rebooting the blog – which, with 17,000+ posts and 160,000 comments, is going to be a non-trival task.

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