Often, I think Dante was right; specifically regarding the lines in Inferno in which he describes a resident of Hell who was so evil in life that his soul drops down to the Underworld before he dies, allowing a demon to inhabit his living body.
I wonder whether such could be the case for those who harm children. Or think about it. Or even “joke” about it. For nothing is as horrible—dare I say Satanic—than even thinking about doing harm to the weakest among us. Even Jesus--the Redeemer--was at His most hardcore on this particular subject.
After an ongoing trolling of Jeff Goldstein’s site (Protein Wisdom), one Deborah Frisch—a psychology professor, no less--has crossed that line, publicly expressing her nauseating imaginings for Jeff’s two-year-old son.
"I’d like to hear more about your “tyke” by the way. Girl? Boy? Toddler? Teen? Are you still married to the woman you ephed to give birth to the tyke?(Emphasis mine.)
Tell all, bro!"
"[...] as I said elsewhere, if I woke up tomorrow and learned that someone else had shot you and your “tyke” it wouldn’t slow me down one iota. You aren’t “human” to me."
" Ooh. Two year old boy. Sounds hot. You live in Colorado, I see. Hope no one Jon-Benets your baby.
Are you still married to the woman you humped to produce the toddler? "
Give your pathetic progeny (I sure hope that mofo got good genes from his mama!) a big fat tongue-filled kiss from me! LOTS AND LOTS OF SALIVA from Auntie MOONBAT, if you don’t mind!
Somehow, Jeffy boy, I think you get off on the possibility of Frenching your pathetic progeny, even if it is a boy. You seem like a VERY, VERY sick mofo to me, bro.
As one could predict, Jeff has gone to the authorities—both to Frisch’s employer, the University of Arizona and, no doubt, to the FBI. Additionally, I wonder what else he may have planned for Professor Frisch. I know what I would do in his place, but I hope that Jeff is more cool-headed than that; his family needs him.
Frisch has sustained massive condemnation from all corners of the blogosphere and, in spite of her bravado toward Jeff in the wake of her comments (“Bring it on, hombre!”), she has resigned from her position at U of A and has submitted a public apology, such as it is.
But Jeff’s site has been under sustained DOS attacks for days since Frisch’s dark musings--either from her or her sympathizers. That a person who “jokes” about molesting and murdering a child could actually have people so sympathetic to her “plight” that they would sabotage the site of that child’s father is what is most appalling—and telling.
These saboteurs may harbor the same type of evil notions as Frisch, however I suspect that they don’t. Likely, they are mere political partisans who disagree with Jeff’s demonstrably conservative and well-articulated stances so strenuously, that they are willing to stand with Frisch—a leftist, anti-war BDS-sufferer—and take overt action on her behalf, while overlooking her perversion and murderous intent. And it is these people—those who would give quarter to the Frisches of this world; who believe that politics trump decency—who are the most dangerous.
There have been some observers out there, however, who demonstrate a measure of compassion for Frisch. Deeming her to be an obviously ill woman, they urge her to seek professional help, and that’s fine. In fact, I'll go them one better: seek the compassion and redemption of the Lord Jesus Christ, Ms. Frisch, before you do something that may earn you the proverbial millstone around your neck. Or the not-so-proverbial death penalty.
When I pray, one of my chief subjects is the protection of my family—most specifically, all of the children (even the ones who are broad-shouldered six-footers). I will add young Satchel Goldstein to my list.
Let it be that Frisch takes all of our advice, but if she doesn’t, there’s a photo of her floating around the ‘Net. So, Jeff, study that face, keep watch and if you see her physically trolling around your environs, remember the Air Force motto: Aim High.
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