Several tweets by Chris Ross
Woke up pissed off at Texas for arresting a science oriented teen. I hope it's an elaborate plan to get him into MIT.— Chris Ross (@chrisross) September 16, 2015
Also, Texas, are you sure it wasn't just a shoddy bomb casing full of used pinball machine parts?— Chris Ross (@chrisross) September 16, 2015
Oh, that's classic. What matters is that the kid was deliberately going around with the casing, scaring everyone at the school even after being asked to put it away, and this angered many at the school grounds. No doubt many parents were offended too. Richard Dawkins said the teen was pulling a PR stunt, and his former teachers say he was a troublemaker. But I suppose Mr. Ross doesn't see that as anything to get pissed about. As for "elaborate" plans, his former teachers say he developed them himself.
A hundred billion times this. pic.twitter.com/Ma2o5FYhbt— Chris Ross (@chrisross) September 18, 2015
It's times like #ISTANDWITHAHMED when I think of @repjohnlewis: get into GOOD TROUBLE. NECESSARY TROUBLE.— Chris Ross (@chrisross) September 18, 2015
Yeah, tell us all about it, please. We could all do without these particular publicity stunts, which are the worst of their kind. According to this info found by BizPac Review, he didn't even invent that would-be clock.
Real talk: who among us hasn't been so angry and irrational we've yelled "WHITE PRIVILEGE!" at someone pushing a stroller? I know I have.— Chris Ross (@chrisross) September 23, 2015
What's that supposed to be, some kind of leftarded victimology? I'm not impressed. He then added the following about the awful shooting this week at the Oregonian university in which the gunman deliberately targeted Christians:
After Sandy Hook, and nothing changed, why are you surprised?— Chris Ross (@chrisross) October 1, 2015
If it's not guns but mental illness, I look forward to @NRA supporting universal healthcare.— Chris Ross (@chrisross) October 1, 2015
Neat trick there, trying to suggest the NRA support socialism or something. I'd sure look forward to Mr. Ross supporting apostates from Islam, for example, and stressing the positive example of working to make something of yourself in the world (which he just so happens to be doing, you could say; he does work for a publisher, after all). As noted earlier, the people whom the gunman targeted were Christians, and he was clearly anti-religious too (albeit not an Islamist). Doesn't Mr. Ross find that worrisome? Here's yet another industry insider whose world view is pretty poor.