The "this" in the caption refers to, erm, this:
By popular demand
which features a spat between Philip Dawdy and some guy called John MacManaman. I could have a go at deconstructing this, but frankly I don't really care, anymore. I could mediate the dispute, the only problem being that neither party is very likely to acknowledge my authority as mediator, irrespective of my skills in that area.
I understand, now, better than ever before, why it is that I have no real interest in trying to talk to anybody... everybody's just defending their own, tiny corner of reality, a reality that they're infinitely familiar with. And a corner, it should be said, that works for them. Moreover, conflict is so natural, so normal that, it seems to me, people will manufacture it, because they feel uneasy without it - the world looks abnormal without conflict, if you understand me - and so they create conflict, in order to feel as though they understand what's going on.
As a person who grew up in an environment of constant conflict, I find this attitude utterly detestable. Be warned people: I'm a neutral party - attack me in any way (ie, actively or passively), and I'll fuck you up. And don't test me: you'll take my words at face value, if you've any sense left.