Comment of the Day: An American Psycho

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We have some great commenters here on Hair Balls, and it's time we paid some damn attention to them.

So we'll be highlighting a Comment of the Day each morning, from the previous day's work. Maybe two comments, even.

This will all be determined by a highly rigorous scientific formula involving wit, clarity and whatever else we feel like at the moment.

We pointed to an old interview by alleged ex-wife dismemberer Grant Haze, a singer who said his greatest influences were Sting and Lionel Richie (in terms of music, not ex-wife dismembering, we assume.)

One reader noted a similarity to a fictional character.

Katy wrote:

Lionel Richie and Sting, huh?

Reminds me of "American Psycho" and its discussion of Genesis and Huey lewis...

What is it with (real and fictional) killers and 80's pop?

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ksun1
ksun1

The prosecution should find fertile ground in some of the comments in those interviews.  Like the reason why he named his son "Gentle"--because he discovered real masculinity involved gentleness.  Or how it is such a responsibility and honor that his current wife and the kids in their blended family allows him "to lead them".  So he led the new wife to an alligator-infested creek to dump the dismembered body of the baby-mama?  His "leadership" could land the new wife on death row.  Even law enforcement is baffled as to why they drove to the wife's sister's house to dump the body--the police spokesman said something to the effect of "luckily, most criminals are stupid".  This guy sounds so articulate in his interviews; but some of the arrogance he also shows in those comments will probably be his undoing.  Too bad 4 innocent kids will suffer as a result.

Sihaya
Sihaya

Well, "American Psycho" was written in the '80's, so at the time it was just "pop" not "1980's pop."

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