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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 06:31 am

Iraq Body Count’s Joshua Dougherty launches into Lancet enthusiast Tim Lambert:

Tim, you’re a bald-faced liar … do you really need to be such a monumental fraud and liar to puff up this Lancet study?

I’m sure one side or the other is winning this dispute … but neither can agree on the score.

Posted by Tim B. on 10/24/2006 at 10:31 PM
    1. Well he is bald.

      Posted by north01 on 2006 10 24 at 10:50 PM • permalink


    1. I just had a flashback to the first season of SNL…

      Jane, you ignorant slut!

      Well, they are comedy of a sort.

      Posted by trainer on 2006 10 24 at 10:54 PM • permalink


    1. Bald, and a liar as well.

      Well, maybe just self-delusional.  But I’d bet on just a plain liar.

      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2006 10 24 at 10:59 PM • permalink


    1. Lambert has been un-hinged for years. Joshua has a better chance of getting reasonable dialog out a four year old.

      Posted by armageddon on 2006 10 24 at 11:03 PM • permalink


    1. As Wellington J. Wimpy used to remark, “Let’s you and him fight!”

      Posted by BruceW on 2006 10 24 at 11:14 PM • permalink


    1. Since they can’t agree on that score, the baseball game is Cardinals 5, Tigers 0 heading into the top of the ninth inning.

      Although it probably seems like 655,000 to nothing to Paco.

      Posted by 68W40 on 2006 10 24 at 11:31 PM • permalink


    1. #6. I don’t understand it. I played my lucky tune from my ITunes library – Barrelhouse Boogie (Harry “The Hipster” Gibson, 1944) – which has always led to a victory for the Tigers. I sense a disturbance in the Force.

      However, history is on my side. The Tigers were down 3 games to 1 in 1968 against the Cards, and they came back to win three straight – two of them in St. Louis.

      Posted by paco on 2006 10 24 at 11:45 PM • permalink


    1. If neither one of them is close, do their scores matter?

      Posted by David Block on 2006 10 25 at 12:03 AM • permalink


    1. Someone smack the Seppos.  It is now Cricket season.  We don’t car about steroid-ball.

      Posted by Razor on 2006 10 25 at 12:16 AM • permalink


    1. Clearly Lambert needs to grow a beard.

      Posted by Margos Maid on 2006 10 25 at 01:32 AM • permalink


    1. If Lambert grew a beard we could call him Mr Upside Down Head.

      Posted by murph on 2006 10 25 at 05:00 AM • permalink


    1. Steroids? Nonsens! It is quite normal for a guy who pitches 87 miles an hour in his late thirties to pitch 93 miles an hour in his early forties.

      Posted by moptop on 2006 10 25 at 07:20 AM • permalink


    1. Baseball? No where near enough physical contact to qualify as a real sport.

      UFC, Pride Fighting, Boxing, American Football, Australian Football, Rugby.

      Those are sports.

      Posted by Grimmy on 2006 10 25 at 08:27 AM • permalink


    1. Damned antipodean barbarians, no use trying to bring in civilizing influences via Fox Sports.  Although I have now developed a theory which might stir some interest: it seems that the mysterious substance on Kenny Rogers hand the other night was in fact contraband vegemite.

      Posted by 68W40 on 2006 10 25 at 08:54 AM • permalink


    1. #14: Cricket. Isn’t that the sport where men dressed as male nurses swat at a ball with a paddle over several days, with periodic breaks for tea and cucumber sandwiches? I think the word “century” figures in it, for rather obvious reasons.

      Grimmy, my dear fellow, you are so frequently correct in your assessments of everything else that it pains me to have to inform you that you are talking through the back of your neck. There is probably no action in sports more difficult than hitting a baseball thrown at 100 mph, which, I would argue, is a definite form of “contact”.

      91B30: Vegemite use by Kenny Rogers confirmed. Doctors have announced that they may have to amputate.

      Posted by paco on 2006 10 25 at 09:28 AM • permalink


    1. Vegemite pitches?  Bah.  “Millions for steroid defense, not one cent for yeasty tribute!”

      Posted by Carl H on 2006 10 25 at 09:31 AM • permalink


    1. Federal investigators are also looking into the possibility of criminal charges against Rogers, since the use of vegemite may constitute a violation of the Patriot Act.

      Posted by paco on 2006 10 25 at 09:42 AM • permalink


    1. #15, paco:

      Sorry brother, but everyone knows baseball was invented as a communist plot with the goal of boring Americans into submission.

      And proper sports “contact” involves either someone getting dropped on their head or punched in their face.

      Posted by Grimmy on 2006 10 25 at 01:23 PM • permalink


    1. And proper sports “contact” involves either someone getting dropped on their head or punched in their face.

      Hey, man, have you seen a baseball game recently?

      Posted by paco on 2006 10 25 at 02:07 PM • permalink


    1. Hey, man, have you seen a baseball game recently?

      You talking about those bench emptying free for alls that sometimes happen?
      If so, too rare and…well… none of them is really trying to be lethal about it. Mostly just being pissy with slaps, grabs and an occasional swing with a closed hand.

      Posted by Grimmy on 2006 10 25 at 02:16 PM • permalink


    1. Instapundit has linked to this post – nothing extraordinary for Tim B. but must be nice for Tim Lambert to get the extra exposure..even if it is for being a bald faced liar.

      Posted by KP62 on 2006 10 25 at 04:24 PM • permalink


    1. “I’m sure one side or the other is winning this dispute …”

      How does one keep score?

      Whichever left wing loon throws the bigger hissy fit wins?

      Posted by Dave Surls on 2006 10 25 at 07:30 PM • permalink


    1. do you really need to be such a monumental fraud and liar to puff up this Lancet study?

      Well, yes.  Your point?

      Posted by richard mcenroe on 2006 10 25 at 08:20 PM • permalink


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