Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Brilliance!

I had decided this morning that I was going to write some tongue-in-cheek piece this evening about the Criminal Justice World if Left to the Devices of my friend, Mark Bennett. However, before I could actually jot down a single idea, I was upstaged and outclassed by a commenter on Mark's Blog who posts under the name of Tarian.

Tarian's post, which incorporates pretty much every Blogger and Commenter on both Mark's blog and on mine, is witty and nothing short of brilliant. It targets the commenter known as "PJ" who is probably one of the most Liberal and anti-State commenter in the Blawgosphere. Even though I'm certain that Mark probably disagrees with 99.99999% of the post, he had to admit it was well done.

If you haven't seen it yet, check it out here.

Sheer brilliance.

9 comments:

Mark Bennett said...

"Brilliant" and "wrong" are fortunately not contradictory.

Ron in Houston said...

I guess I need to put in more comments because I didn't get written in until the end. *sniff*

Anonymous said...

That's pretty damn funny, especially the cameo by Grits. I'm posting anonymously in anticipation of the provisions of the Prosecutor Opinion Act of 2012--we won't be allowed to have one then.

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Don't feel bad, Ron. I was portrayed as a drunken bailiff, which is soooo off base.

Because I'm not a bailiff.

Anonymous said...

Tarian says:

Don't feel bad, Ron, next time you'll be the judge. Mark will be the DA, and PJ will be the first assistant. And just to be fair, AHCL and I will be court appointed attorneys. Ready for a little role reversal?

Anonymous said...

That was fantastic! The only thing missing was some assertion that all DAs are racist.

Anonymous said...

""Brilliant" and "wrong" are fortunately not contradictory." - ok.

But how about being both "liberal" and "anti-state"? THAT has to be contradictory. I thought liberals were all for the state getting involved...

Of course the above is just a commentary on the shifting definitions of the traditional tags we apply to ideological beliefs today. Republicans in power now are all for bigger government...granted they are "neo-conservatives."

Mark Bennett said...

Hey, 11:52. Welcome to my world!.

Anonymous said...

Don't feel bad, Ron, I didn't make the cut at all.

Tex