The Norwegian Supreme Court said Thursday it will not consider an appeal submitted by mass murderer Anders Breivik in a complaint he filed to protest his prison conditions. Breivik complained of the prison’s cold coffee and microwaved meals, noting they were “worse than waterboarding.” Breivik in the past has threatened to go on a hunger strike unless his prison upgraded to a PlayStation 3 “with access to more adult games that I get to choose myself,” he said in a letter. The anti-Muslim far-right extremist, killed 77 people—most of them children—at a political youth camp in July 2011—Norway’s worst peacetime atrocity. A Norwegian appeals court ruled in March that Breivik’s near-isolation in a three-room cell respected human rights, but he had filed seeking to overturn that decision. “No part of Breivik’s appeal has the possibility of winning in front of the Supreme Court,” the court wrote in its decision. Breivik said he would appeal to the European Court of Human Rights.