Re: Who are the psychs? All I mean by taking him seriously is just that -- taking him seriously. Nothing more. Not thinking he is a joke, because he isn't. Not thinking that he is trolling, because he isn't. It is not beneficial to turn a potentially dangerous person or situation into a "joke" just because one feels there is nothing one can do about it. One can at minimum express disapproval. Here. Or on YouTube. Or in response to his tweet. This is not aimed at you, but it bothers me when someone like Andy seriously talks about how the world would be "so much better" if a group of people (in this case psych's) were put in concentration camps and killed, and people treat it as a joke, or think it is funny. It bothers me because I think to do so minimizes the behavior. It also tends to excuse it. The analogy I make is to a rabid rottweiler. Do I respect a rabid rottweier? No. Do I think the rabid rottweiler is susceptible to reason? No. Do I take the rabid rottweiler seriously? Yes. Do I fear the rabid rottweiler? Yes. No, Andy is not the same as a rabid rottweiler. It is an analogy. But the analogy may not be as far off as people may at first think. If one listens to the entire video, as I have, one will discover that his language is consistently defamatory and hateful. A broader concern is this. Andy tweeted the video. People are retweeting it. People are Twitter "Liking" it. That is not only disgusting, but also worrisome.