The search of University of Iowa professor Arthur Miller is over. A body found in an Iowa City park has been identified as Miller, who was facing charges related to his alleged offer to exchange good grades for fondling female students.
Miller disappeared shortly after charges of bribery were brought against him, here.
He has been missing such August 20th. While the cause of death has to be determined, family members have said that Miller was suicidal. It is obviously a tragic end to this already tragic story for the family and the faculty.
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I remember reading about this character a while ago. There was at that time more than a little non-mainstream speculation that perhaps this little troll just “disappeared” to Israel.
That way he could enjoy that unique “chosenite” experience.
You know the one, where you do whatever amoral, hurtful, fucked up stuff your inbred, tribal, proclivities drive you to do and eventually you’re insatiable perverseness and unwarranted arrogance gets you caught. The mainstream media for the most part turns a blind eye to your scandalous horse shit and you are whisked away to a consequence free second run at life in Tel-Aviv.
A patch of earth stolen by today’s “chosenites”, who’ve spared no ill gotten expense in order to live in a land that would surely make Sodom and Gomorrah blush.
All expenses paid of course, with the blood and taxes of those originally wronged by these “wonderful, blessed, inescapable cockroaches”.
The question is how on earth could an academic Jew get a Doctor to lie for him, as well as convince the local judicial system to swallow a story like the one outlined in the Gazette publicly with a straight face. A story mind you, that utilizes at least two nameless, description-less, witnesses.
Some dude with “search experience” (the kind that apparently imbues a human man with a sense of smell superior to that of a cadaver dog. And not just one, multiple groups of them…) who locates the body after the aforementioned cadaver dogs came up with zilch in two days.
And we know that dead body couldn’t have smelled that much, seeing as how “his” corpse decomposed to the point that time has erased any tell tale signs (should they exist) of being blasted at close range with the high-powered hunting rifle that was lying under “Mr. Millers” deceased being.
But don’t worry, it’s all true because some anonymous guy who works at the park who cannot be named for some reason. Swears in a one liner statement, (with all the tact and descriptiveness one might expect to find in a last second dialogue addition serving solely as an awkward plot hole fix for a less than inventive 4th graders sci-fi story) that he saw the dude walk in there with a mustard colored blanket identical to the one discovered a few days before he died.
MMMM that was a fun rant. Theres plenty more to point out about this character and his peoples, but I’m bored. Someone else take it to the next level please 🙂 TY
As usual, Martha H trolls her way around a very sad story of self destruction. Sad for the alleged victims and for Professor Miller and his family. Our condolences for all of the parties.
Is Keith Olbermann Trying to Banish Tom Brokaw From MSNBC?
By P.J. Gladnick (Bio | Archive)
August 27, 2008 – 13:40 ET
It appears that Keith Olbermann might be vying for the title of Most Obnoxious Anchor On Television. First we had Olbermann dissing Joe Scarborough during a live broadcast on Monday from the Democrat convention. Then a day later, Olbermann managed to enrage Chris Matthews during another broadcast. And now it looks like Olbermann is going for broke in the insult department by pushing to have Tom Brokaw banned from appearing on MSNBC as reported in Page Six of today’s New York Post:
At a forum on Sunday, when Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell called MSNBC “the official network of the Obama campaign,” Brokaw said, “I think Keith has gone too far. I think Chris has gone too far.”
Insiders say Olbermann is pushing to have Brokaw banned from the network and is also refusing to have centrist Time magazine columnist Mike Murphy on his show.
This could be payback by Olbermann not only for what Tom Brokaw said at a forum on Sunday but also for Brokaw’s criticism of him back in June. Here is a partial transcript of the June 3 MSNBC Democrat primary interchange between Brokaw and Olbermann (emphasis mine):
TOM BROKAW: So all those experiences have formed him, and he does come from what I think is a kind of post-60s family background. His father came from Africa. His mother came from the Great Plains. He lived around the world. And as we get ready for the 21st century, those are very strong credentials. On the John McCain side, 5 1/2 years in the Hanoi Hilton, from a long, distinguished military family. His life has been about service to his country. He was a wild child, by his own admission, as well, and then got into the United States Senate, married Cindy, and six months ago, we were saying he had no shot at this nomination, and won, too. So we have two remarkable stories taking shape here tonight, it seems to me.
KEITH OLBERMANN: And a third one trying to shoe-horn her way into those, the coverage of the first two.
BROKAW: Well, I think that’s unfair, Keith. I don’t think she shoe-horned her way in. When you look at the states that she won and the popular vote that she piled up, and the number of delegates that she has on her side, she’s got real bargaining power in all of this. You’ll remember it was on that New Hampshire primary night when people were saying she can’t survive the next 24 hours after just Iowa, and here we are at the end of the calendar. And she looks very strong in one of these states tonight, and will have some real bargaining power, and has people, which I think we ought not to overlook, there are a lot of poeple who voted for her who might have been denied that if she’d dropped out — blue-collar workers and especially women, and it’s a delicate time for Barack Obama as he now deals with her because he does not want to disenfranchise them come the fall.
What’s amazing here is how many prominent people Olbermann thinks he can get away with insulting at NBC. Does Keith have some blackmail material on someone high up in the NBC organization that gives him the confidence that he won’t be fired for his lunatic hyperactive hubris?
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