You know we’re going to get hammered. Right here in Houston*. Doesn’t matter if it’s his lawyer, his priest, some kooky priest, or a headline grabbing psychologist, and it’s a major media market, so it will get play everywhere.
Anime made him do it! I’m sure that’s what they’ll say.
It’s going to sound like I’m piling on or being mean, but the truth is, I watched one of his reviews a few months ago, and that was one too many. He was incoherent, really didn’t give me a feel for the anime, and made few points amidst his rambling. I could barely tell whether he liked it or not. I said, “a doper, and what the hell is he doing calling himself Mr. Anime? I bet I have a better claim to that title. At least I can say why I don’t (or do) like a show!” And I promptly forgot about him until a few minutes ago.
Go search for him on YouTube before his clips are taken down, and you’ll see what I mean. This was a tragic, useless, and stupid triple murder, but the saddest part of it was this:
The Houston Chronicle talked to the aunt of the killed father, who said of Trey, “I’ll have to admit, he was quite strange. But naturally, I wasn’t going to tell Trey’s parents that he acts peculiar,” she said.
Way to go, auntie.
*(Well, technically he’s not from Houston, but a small town just beyond the metro area, but you wouldn’t know much of anything accurate from reading the article or watching local TV.)
Edited for additional clarity.
2nd Edit: Sorta puts my whine below in perspective, doesn’t it?