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Thursday, February 01, 2007

MySpace, gallery openings, and other stuff 


Let's look at some MySpace comments, shall we? Take the MySpace page for zebbler. We'll start on January 28.


hourevolution
Jan 28 2007 11:07A

goodday peterB,

how are you & your family?
i am having a gallery opening this first friday.
would be wonderful to see you there.



The very next comment gives people a hint that zebbler may be a little busy on Friday:


Drive A:
Jan 31 2007 5:52P

yo, your name's all over the news, boy!



Next:


Modi
Jan 31 2007 7:17P

My thoughts and prayers are with you Peter.



Turns out that zebbler has a lot of friends, and they're all standing behind him and wondering about the ridiculousness of it all.

As am I.

As Communists such as Nobel Peace Prize nominee Bill Handel have pointed out, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force blinking advertisements had been installed in a number of cities, and in fact had been in Boston for three weeks without anyone really noticing, much less alerting the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Here's the latest from CNN:


Two men pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges they created panic by placing "bomblike" electronic light boards displaying a cartoon character with an upraised middle finger throughout Boston.

Assistant Attorney General John Grossman called the light boards "bomblike" devices and said that if they had been explosive they could have damaged transportation infrastructure in the city.

Judge Paul K. Leary told Grossman that, according to law, the suspects must intend to create a panic to be charged with placing hoax devices....

It appears the suspects had no such intent, the judge said, but the question should be discussed in a later hearing.

Peter Berdovsky and Sean Stevens were released on $2,500 bail, said Mike Rich, their attorney. The next pre-trial hearing is scheduled for March 7.



Regarding woulda coulda shoulda - it's refreshing to know that the judge in the case is looking at things like...the law. Dunno if this means that Paul K. Leary will be out of a job soon, but we'll see. (Handel made the same point; intent is a major part of a criminal act, and in this case the intent just wasn't there.)

So, in a manner befitting the seriousness of the case, Berdovsky (zebbler) and Stevens held a press conference, remaining in accordance with their lawyer's gag order:


In a news conference, [Mike] Rich told reporters he had advised his clients not to discuss the incident. Stevens and Berdovsky took the podium and said they were taking questions only about haircuts in the 1970s.

When a reporter accused them of not taking the situation seriously, Stevens responded, "We're taking it very seriously." Asked another question about the case, Stevens reiterated they were answering questions only about hair and accused the reporter of not taking him and Berdovsky seriously.

Reporters did not relent and as they continued, Berdovsky disregarded their queries, saying, "That's not a hair question. I'm sorry."



But Craig Lee Burket knows what's going on:


Oh my GOD! It's a CODED MESSAGE!! To... to... to those IRANIAN AGENTS IN IRAQ!!! Quick -- better NUKE TEHRAN before they GIT US!!!!


I thought he was a sensitive cynic...

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