Something about this entire event in extremely wrong and more people need to wake up and realize that they are literally being toyed with through the
packaging of mainstream media.
For example: In the previously posted video(pink-hair guy outside with goofy glasses reporter), it is fairly evident that the pink-haired guy is being
extremely vague and safe with his word choice and descriptions(as the reporter also does), so much in fact that around the time they go into their
rambling about how Jared was "passive and agressive" and whatnot, you can literally hear their forced conversation stagnating. Yet it all made the
airwaves, because if they would have only put up a smaller piece it would have been more obvious that the guy is saying pretty much nothing.
Here's what I can gather from all pink-haired guy's description(s) of what happened: He took an advanced poetry class with Loughner. In that class(and
possibly the whole school) it was common knowledge that Jared was 'off' and 'disconneceted'. People 'didn't understand him' quite literally 'when he
spoke,' it didn't make sense. In other words, Jared had some kind of mental problem(Why pinky doesn't just call it that I'm not sure). So, that
advanced poetry class(prob. 20-25 students I'm guessing), decided to shun him because he made them 'uncomfortable'(The 'friend' only manages to throw
in one detailed example of this- something about Jared clenching his knuckles alot- which seems pretty stupid if you ask me. Rather than attempt to
get him real help(his incredibly crappy poetry should have been a big indicator in an advanced poetry class), they kick him out, and/or pinky doesn't
quite remember if Jared was there at the end(because he said this the interview after he said Jared was kicked out).
And then, of course, there's the obvious details: You're telling me this guy decided to wear his obnoxious, pink hair, paint his nails bright purple
and bust out the teeny band shirt for a serious interview about his disturbed former friend Jared the safeway shooter? Not to mention that the
interview was conducted at PCC(where pinky and jared knew each other), even though the interviewer says that pinky actually goes to U of A. Why is
this guy dressed like some kind of intentional weirdo yet he seems to be carving his details not with the purpose of giving detailed info. Its like he
wants to tell us that Loughner was(and is) mentally unstable, but for some reason he's playing a game; he's attempting to give this impression without
actually saying it, that is, through suggestive language. The goofy-glasses reporter helps him out in that regard, by parroting everything he says
back to him in the form of another question. Unfortunately, forcing such a conversation under false pretenses yields noticeably bland results, if
you're an actor, because it is already predetermined that both characters have the same goal, to suggest this info to the viewer. It really is like
spotting bad acting.
People should trust their intuition more when looking into this case. I'm not telling you not to look for facts and observations- I'm saying look
examine the most conventional aspects first, you'll see that something about the people interviewed as Jared's 'friends' seems forced or contrived.
*Oh, my mistake, it seems that pinky, "Steven Cates" did try to reach out to Jared. See Jared always sat at this bench in school ya know, just sitting
there alone, being a loner, and Steeven decided to go sit there with him, and there the two would sit, Steven comparing poetry with Jared(because they
were in poetry class together, and that is what poets always do: they write something and then immediately go show it to a mentally unstable guy who
barely qualifies as an aquaintance, a guy who must have realllly sucked at poetry, if his youtube videos are any indication).
edit on 4-2-2012
by SilphCo because: Correct a fact