My most inspired writing in years and all I get is question marks? Damn, tough crowd!Hi, Sis!
I'm not questioning your sentiments--in fact I agree with them completely and wish Mr. Cheney the very best. It just seemed such an un-Dave-like thing to write about.I observed that your post title included the words "experiment" and "neutrality", neither of which seems to characterize your reply to my question marks. When a scientist conducts an experiment, he should not harbor preconceived expectations for the results. (But I'm sure you already knew this) :)
I'd call it an experiment in the filed of crushing experimental sarcasm if I didn't know any better and your good nature. Hi Dave and Dave's Sister Jen.
'filed' = field. Why can't I write like a human being?!
I'm not a scientist and this was not a scientific experiment. This was an experiment in editorial neutrality the same way Dick Cheney getting a heart is an experiment in irony. I think I've just blown my neutrality here. While we're at it, how about a different headline: "Long-time Torture Advocate has Change of Heart"That's not too harsh, is it?Maritjn, meet Jen. Jen, meet Martijn. Love you guys!~Dave
Hi Martijn, glad to meet you!! Dave, I will restrict my comment on your revised headline to this: Much more Dave-like (not saying good or bad)
Someone on TV a few days ago asked how Cheney was able to eat with his Darth Vader mask on.
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