Discussion in 'Serious' started by Flibblebot, 21 May 2008.
He has scary fundamentalist eyes
oh noes now i r sood
Lol ^ Things may become a little more boring, but only for a little while, you get rid of one 'pest' just for another, bigger one to come along to fill his shoes.
Either way should be interesting to see how this pans out.
now we just need to get rid of people with similar views in our government...
and in the eu headquarters.
arrgghh... double post.
It means that he hasn't actually been found guilty as such, the actual hearing isn't for another couple of weeks. But the judge investigating the claims has found that there is sufficient cause for Jack to be found guilty on most of the charges.
The real reason for the disciplinary hearing is really to discuss punishment for Jack - which will hopefully mean that he'll be debarred and unable to practice law in the state of Florida.
What I don't know is how this affects his ability to pass the bar in other states and practice his version of "law" outside of Florida - but I'm guessing that being debarred in one state will be a fairly major hurdle in other states too.
Now maybe people will stop listening to this self proclaimed 'expert'. Although he'll probably claim some kind of 'gamer conspiracy' involving the judge and rockstar
Still, it's nice to see a bit of common sense prevailing for a change though.
Rockstar will definately be happy bunnies about this, this man thompson is just one of those psudo scientific nutjobs that cling to everything and anything to stop people enjoying themselves, is drink driving as bad as playing a game with drink driving in well this clown thinks so, personally i enjoy reading stuff this guy does but i'd prefer he was non-fiction hmm permently.
Doesn't it just mean when he's barred he'll become a regular 'spokesperson' on every Daytime TV/Talkshow going?
What will bit-tech do without any more news from Jack?
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