Madhatter says some heinous things about people's families as well then gets upset when it's flipped around on him.
He's insulted me, my parents, wife, and kids and I just laugh it off because it's absurd and his attempt to get a reaction.
I find this all amusingly ironic.
i have tried to engage with chef madhatter several times. in the middle of his first baked baby breakdown he posted this:
Thought I was clear.
The personal insults and attacks were not warranted.
and i responded with this:
Not clear enough. When you say "personal insults and attacks," are you including attacks on parents (whom you've never met) of children (whom you've never met) that see poor outcomes in, say, school or the workplace? That was the crux of my post in the last thread. In the past you have been very quick to judge the abilities of parents that you have never met. You of all people should be able to empathize with parents who are perceived as failures by people that have never met them.
he posted this in response:
I do not empathize with parents who CHOOSE to not care about their kids education....to not be involved in whether they go to school or not....who do nothing for themselves to improve their skillset.
They CHOOSE to do these things.
That is not an attack on anyone....that is saying that people are a hell of a lot more accountable for their own lives and actions that you ever want to admit.
this has been the point all along and it's been pretty obvious from the start but he just doesn't get it. madhatter is quick to say other parents just don't care or that they lack responsibility, all because their children don't always succeed in school, in the workplace, in society. he just knows it. don't bother asking him for evidence to support his claims because you'll get none. we, however, have evidence that he was at the very least irresponsible to the point that he could have killed his child. hey, maybe he just didn't even care, who knows?
had he never personally made that mistake in his life he would have fuging crucified parents who left their kids in hot cars for hours but because he himself did it, he was somehow able to find the strength to convey what would at first glance appear to be empathy. but the funny thing is, it was never actually about that other person who left their kid in a hot car to potentially die. he never felt sorry for them. he felt sorry for himself. it's masturbatory.
i'm sure the incident eats at him every day and i'm not at all surprised that he would suggest suicide to me in response to my provocation. it's likely that he projects his own personal desires upon others in the same way that he projects his own failings as a parent. i believe he's truly considered suicide, particularly after baby-in-car incident, though he obviously never went through with it. madhatter, if you're listening, maybe you should revisit the thought.