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One of the most infamous stalkers is still sitting in jail for his devastating crime.
My feeling is that what differentiates the “psycho” stalkers from the polite, friendly ones is that they’re precisely the ones least likely to be dissuaded by a “no psycho stalkers” disclaimer.
(I do like the idea of stalkers Jeff and Lester spying on Chuck, however; it's about time someone at the Buy More noticed his odd behavior.)
You better get on Facebook (aka a stalkers paradise) and check his wall.
And I've got a couple of stalkers, which is very unfortunate.
The word "stalkers" doesn't begin to explain how damaged and vulnerable these people are.
This is really the ultimate example of the way Palin manipulates the press and inverts the relationship between reporters and politicians, turning the former into "stalkers," and the latter -- as long as they're Republicans or members of her family -- into saints whom no one can criticize.
But I think Mathew Parris explains why this happens - it seems journo's collect 'stalkers' like a badge of achievement.
John Barnes' "An Ocean Is a Snowflake, Four Billion Miles Away" follows two future documentary filmmakers as they record both each other and the terraforming of Mars; their interactions filmed by cameras pointedly called "stalkers", their editorial practices, and their philosophies of documentary art all leave "reality" up in the air.
But the best part is that the movie has two United States governors in substantial roles — Arnold Schwarzenegger (California) in the title role and Jesse Ventura (Minnesota) as one of the "stalkers" trying to kill Arnold.
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