The Seven Deadly Sins: SLOTH

Laziness, both physically and spiritually is the epitome of sloth.

The way of the sluggard is blocked with thorns, but the path of the upright is a highway. Proverbs 15:19

I don’t think much more needs to be said there.

About The Dread Pirate Zombie

Member of the Zombie Horde and Lickspittle Minion. Out to eat your brainnnsssss. And a few other sweetbreads because they are so nomm-y. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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12 Responses to The Seven Deadly Sins: SLOTH

  1. Minemyown says:

    Put as warning to mute the sound on that thing. I can understand why he was married 3 times, he is so in love with himself, has no room for anyone else.

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  2. Good heavens, he actually made that and put it on the internet intentionally?

    Words. I have them not.

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  3. one handle and stick to it says:

    Gorge yourself into obesity (gluttony), then refuse to exercise (sloth). One sin plays off another…

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  4. JeffM says:

    The sloth that really vitiates Witless Willie’s efforts is not physical. As we age, we all become more “full of sleep” as Yeats put it. So I’ll not sneer at him for mere physical lassitude. But what astounds me is his mental sloth. He puts no real effort into what he asserts, and what objective evidence may even show, is important to him.

    Consider his latest LOLsuit.

    He seems to put a high value on his public reputation. He has sued people for defamation more than once. Did he bother to study how to effect service properly under the rules of civil procedure? Nope, he simply assumed that everyone would waive service. When only one did and shattered his illusions that the defendants loved him so much that they would facilitate being sued, did he pick up the pieces and go home? Nope, he tried again without making the effort to comprehend the truly simple rules on how to initiate a lawsuit.

    Did he bother to learn how to research the law of Wisconsin to learn whether it even recognized false light invasion of privacy? Of course not. He read a digest of the law common to most states and felt that he had done enough even after he was informed that the state under whose laws he was suing did not recognize that tort.

    Did he take the time to respond to the substantive issues (as opposed to the procedural issues) in Aaron’s motion to dismiss? Nope. That would have taken LOTS of effort in reading cases, writing questions to AVVO, and constructing a persuasive argument, none of which is hard physically but does require time and thought.

    Or consider his wife’s fatal illness. He has said that he had “contacts” at the NIH? Did he reach out to them, “fed to fed” as it were, to ensure that she got the best medical care available? He has not explicitly said, but it is known that he is now questioning the actual care that she did receive. Far be it from me to doubt the competence of the doctors at the NIH. So I have to conclude that she probably did not get care from the best that the NIH has to offer. One wonders: was he simply too lazy to pick up the phone and request help for his dying wife from his influential contacts at the NIH? Admittedly this is speculation: perhaps he did call and now is considering a malpractice suit against the NIH..

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  5. Paul Krendler says:

    Speaking of “Sloth:”

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  6. Jonesy says:

    Got to play with Boots Randolph on several occasions. He was a down to earth fellow and loved his farm. I don’t believe he would approve of his signature tune being used by “it”.

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