With humility, ROCCO confesses to Counselor Catcher1: I was foolish not to follow your sage advice. ROCCO now recalls an old proverb "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me." ROCCO doesn't find himself willing to be fooled, and therefore shamed, a second time.<quoted text>
The combination of ignorance, lack of education and brainwashing is devastating.
As I told Rocco the other day, when it comes to the Redneck we must abandon all hope.
He's a human Inferno.
(He also says, 1) his god touched him on the head, and 2) Satan is floating out there even now, fighting for evil and badness.)
ROCCO has concluded that the Redneck is so inordinately obsessive-compulsive that I hereby abandon any hope that Redneck has any redemptive value, other than to arouse one's morbid curiosity as does a good train wreck.