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The Phil Fish Saga Part Tres, The Patheticking
Posted on Tuesday, July 30 2013 @ 13:06:13 PST

So, just when Phil Fish's particular brand of histrionic self-aggrandizing reached its supposed apex - him running off like a child who cannot take the heat when he lights himself on fire - he doubles down.

Trigger Warning: The following is incredibly pathetic and may make some people regret belonging to the same phylum as Phil Fish.  Consult your bartender before proceeding.  In the absence of a bartender, make sure something at least as strong as a Scotch and soda high ball is handy.

Is there anything more pathetic than being a pissant, getting called on it, and then running off like a glass-jawed wannabe picking a fight and running at the dawning realization that in a boxing match one may well get hit as likely as throw punches?  Yes there is.  One can run around pretending to be someone else, and say what a fine boxer that fellow over there was.  And that is what Fish did.  He did it over at 4Chan.

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