Friday, August 11, 2006

Nothin'... Nothin' new over at casa "teh crazy"... Comments turned off too! (At least on most posts)

There are 3 explainations:

1) Bandwidth costs are mounting up
2) Lawyer got tough and shut her down
3) She had an epiphany

Vote in the comments for your favorite!

Update I gotta learn to read the comments first. BrendaK already made this post (pretty much).

Update: Dr. Deb is up and active with a lucid post (i.e. no "teh crazy"®)

15 Comments:

At 7:15 AM, Blogger Thelrax said...

Nothin'... Nothin' new over at casa "teh crazy"... Comments turned off too! (At least on most posts)

You forget it tis early in that part of the world, the vokda hangover is in full effect.



There are 3 explainations:

1) Bandwidth costs are mounting up
2) Lawyer got tough and shut her down
3) She had an epiphany


1 Maybe
2 I doubt even a Lawyer could shut her up.
3 A Aneurysm maybe. But I doubt a Epiphany.

 
At 7:17 AM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

How's this lawyer thing going to work; the best he can do is try go get a postponement because the hearing is Tuesday. But a postponement is a danger unless he drives over to her hovel and confiscates her computer. Or her fingers.

 
At 7:20 AM, Blogger OregonMuse said...

I think she passed out and went to bed. Or vice versa. That "golda & nobel" post was just incomprehensible.

It is now approx. 7:15am pacific time and if Dr. Deb is awake, she's probably trying to deal with one "mofo" of a hangover.

I don't expect to see any more posts from her until way late this morning or afternoon at the earliest.

 
At 7:45 AM, Blogger X_LA_Native said...

2 I doubt even a Lawyer could shut her up.
Exactly what I was thinking. Because the concept rests on the premise that a) Deb actually told the truth, and 2) that said lawyer is actually competent. If anything, with any lawyer, I would surmise that Deb minimized the whole thing as she's wont to do.

But, it's Friday (7:40am), and as we know, teh crazee® doesn't stay squelched for long.

 
At 8:09 AM, Blogger Denny Crane said...

A good lawyer is always skeptical and carefully scrutinizes everything his client says.

However, not all lawyers are good--especially when they're merely hired to defend a routine restraining order.

In a case like this, a first year associate is probably making the court appearance, based on sloppy work prepared by a paralegal or legal secretary. I doubt much thought is going into this, and I doubt Deb is recieving much advice.

That's not the way I practice, and hopefully Deb's firm is better than that. But, unfortunately, what I described is too common.

The bottom line is that I doubt she's getting much counseling from her legal eagle.

 
At 8:18 AM, Blogger Bilgeman said...

denny crane:

"A good lawyer is always skeptical and carefully scrutinizes everything his client says."

And Mr. Coaty STILL agreed to take Frisch as a client?

I hope he's charging her, (or her folks more likely), a premium.

Regards;

 
At 9:01 AM, Blogger BrendaK said...

I'd bet the entire conversation between Debbie and Mr. Coaty was along the lines of:

Deranged Deb: "He didn't like what I said on his website so he got an RO and I don't care I don't want to go to his website anymore anyway and so there. I have a PhD."

Mr. Coaty: "Send me money."

Imagine his surprise when he gets into court and gets 'the rest of the story.'

 
At 9:07 AM, Blogger Neo Conservative said...

She's at it again.

http://hallsofmacadamia.blogspot.com/2006/08/been-frisched-lately.html

 
At 9:21 AM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

In a previous comment (now erased) she accused one of these guys of pressuring her to "hump" him. No mention of that today. All of what she spewed out today is a retread of a post from Sept. 14, 2004, with a big scoop of her biases sprinkled on top.

And as always, she is so much smarter than all these people, including the Nobel winner, whom in an earlier post she castigated as a "rightwing nutcase."

 
At 9:28 AM, Blogger blogagog said...

Hmm, in the latest photo I saw of her, she had gained 30 lbs. So I'm going with 'she had an epiphany'. I fried epiphany.

 
At 9:29 AM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

Oh, the fauxpuppet thing about the Navy Seal also is up at HotAir. She may really have cooked her goose with this.

I actually feel kind of sorry for Mr. Coaty.

 
At 9:30 AM, Blogger Thelrax said...

Neo

Did you see the rest of this??

http://www.stevejanke.com/archives/
190363.php#more

Holy batcrap batlady do you have a death wish, this Dr with the Phd is off her rocker and off the reservation,

*Settles in with M'popcorn to watch the implosion.*

 
At 9:35 AM, Blogger Sinner said...

NEW POST!

FORCE-FIVE FREAK OUT STARTING in 3...2...1...

[DEAN Mode ON]
YAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
[DEAN Mode OFF]

 
At 9:47 AM, Blogger Denny Crane said...

I wouldn't exactly call her post "lucid." She's way out on the fringe, and dedicated to removing any semblance of reality from economic study.

Also, she feels economic policy should be prescriptive. Her goal is to disrupt the natural equilibriums in favor of preventing people from doing whatever she disfavors, like drinking Evian. To her, economics provides the puppet strings for artificially controling foreign policy, environmental policy, and moonbat policy, rather than allowing people to vote with their dollars. Instead of the free market determining the mix of goods and services, employment, prices, etc., Deb wants to arbitrarily decide all that for us.

Deb seems to want a managed economy similar to what the Soviets had. Or maybe not. Good luck with that, D*** F***.

I've never seen an artificial economy succeed. They're like a house of cards in a windstorm--they require constant adjustment and, with each adjustment, some other sector is thrown completely out of whack. Anybody remember how Jimmy Carter's economy performed? --with all the monkeying his minions were doing? DF would advocate far more interference than even Carter.

There's a huge gap between her theoretical studies on decision making, and the realities of running an economy or a country. I don' think she has a clue how irrelevant her work is to the practicalities of real life.

 
At 11:28 AM, Blogger OregonMuse said...

Well, my predictions as to her late risings were wrong. She got up early and is now blogging up a storm.

 

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