March 10, 2008, - 5:51 pm

“Dexter” Derangement Syndrome Hate E-Mail of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel
It used to be that hate-mail I received could be generally divided into three categories: Muslims, Leftists, and Leftist Muslims/Muslim Leftists. Now, a fourth group has emerged: those afflicted with one form of pop culture derangement syndrome or another.
Last year, I got hate-mail from someone afflicted by Simpsons Derangement Syndrome, when I wrote that “The Simpsons Movie” was basically a 1.5 hour long substandard version of the animated TV show that I like.
Now, it’s from a fan of “Dexter,” the gruesome, depraved Showtime series about a serial killer, now showing (in edited version) on CBS, who is mad that I panned the series and decried its arrival on broadcast network TV. The person apparently doesn’t just like this snuff film series, but wants to snuff me, too:

From: p p p60@seznam.cz
Date: 2008/3/10
To: writedebbie@gmail.com
Die Bitch! Dexter will be forever wherever…and u can¬¥t do nothing with that…. xD Sirecely your biggest fan Muck

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Oh, and don’t worry. I’m still getting plenty of hate-mail from Muslims and leftists. This one from a “Dexter” fanatic is tame in comparison. Stay tuned for moer of those.

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6 Responses

He wants you to die, but claims to be your biggest “fan”? Just conflicted, I guess. BTW: notice how no one who sends you hate mail has a keen grasp on grammar, sentence structure or spelling? Beware the eloquent hate mailer!

spiffo on March 10, 2008 at 7:55 pm

Leave the Jews alone you idiot!
Have you never read: “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you” Genesis 12:3
f s

forrest shalom on March 10, 2008 at 8:48 pm

cz = Czech Republic. Euro trash serial killer?

ParaLyzer on March 10, 2008 at 9:25 pm

S P O I L E R
for those who don’t want to know details about Dexter’s origin:
Dexter’s on Showtime, Debbie, not HBO for the record. I assume you didn’t watch past an episode. While it’s definitely a bloody series, it has an interesting premise, about a child who witnesses the slaughter of his mother and who grows up with an uncontrollable will to kill. He’s guided by his adoptive father to turn his monster loose on murderers only. The show’s far too good to dismiss as a snuff series. I love your spirit, most especially when it comes to teh scum of the earth jihadists, but I think you prematurely dismissed this show. It’s far richer, deeper and complex that you make it out to be. Believe me, if you can get past the blood, it’s worth it.
[BF: OOPS. SO, I GOOFED ON THE CHANNEL. BUT IF YOU READ WHAT I WROTE IN THE LINKS, I WATCHED THE WHOLE FIRST SEASON OF THIS AWFUL SHOW ON DVD. "RICH . . . DEEP . . . COMPLEX"?! HILARIOUS. IT'S NONE OF THOSE THINGS. SCHLOCKY AND AMATEURISH? DEFINITELY. DS]

Bosch Fawstin on March 10, 2008 at 11:06 pm

While I truly dig the show, not the actor from 6ft under, I had to really like the MORAL of the show. Bad guys come to a bad end. In todays world where a guy like Steven Grant will be kept alive in a nice psych hospital setting and given endless therapy, a fictional show gives the revenge oriented like myself a small pleasure.
Unfortunately there are several more Steven Grant types out there so I would definitely keep carrying that 10mm Glock compact (loaded with a nice hollow point) just in case one of these unbalanced animals gets especially frisky. We want you around for a long time Debbie.

samurai on March 11, 2008 at 12:47 am

Debbie,
As ‘samurai’ notes, the bad guys get it in the show and that’s a Big part of my appreciation of the show. Keep up the good work.

Bosch Fawstin on March 12, 2008 at 1:29 pm

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