Category Archives: Life

What The Hell Did I Just Watch?

 

Attempted murder, at least. Vehicular assault and possible homicide at worst. No idea how the riders in the truck fared.

And this is one of the lesser examples of road rage found online.

Notice how the guy on the bike, who should have been crushed, crashed, or slammed, just sailed right through it all like a boss.

4/20

It’s dangerous work, but somebody has to do it.

The Private Man’s Going Away Party

One of the first people I discovered on the manosphere was The Private Man.

He has terminal cancer. He’s having a going away party and livestreaming it. There may still be time to catch some the party online here.

I doubt he will ever see this, but if he does… Andrew, thank you for helping me figure some things out during a strange time in my life.

“My Trumps”

So it started with this post by Heartiste, in which we see a proggie lose its mind…

That just begs for a song (in the style of “My Humps” by the Black Eyed Peas)…

What you gonna do with all that Trump?
All that Trump they couldn’t stump?

He drives these libtards crazy
He does it on the daily
He makes them really trigg’ry
‘Specially that Puff Triggly

My Trumps, my Trumps
He grabs their lady lumps

You can cry but you can’t touch him
Can’t touch him, he’s-a start some MAGA
Some MAGA, you don’t want no MAGA?

They say he’s evil, bigly
They go and do a Triggly
All the manjaws and the low-Ts
Trigg’ring every zhir and xe

My Trumps, my Trumps
He grabs them by their rumps
My Trumps, my Trumps
He grabs their lady lumps

Catchy, innit? Someone should record it.

Trump’s presidency is gonna be highly entertaining.

You Never Know Someone

Back in the late 80s and early 90s, one of my favorite comics writers was Gerard Jones. At the time, he was writing some really fun – and sometimes really different – stuff in the trio of Green Lantern-related books. He did some Batman work, which I could take or leave, and he worked on a Justice League comic (at first with a co-writer and later solo) that was pretty funny. He was clearly liberal, but he was a lot more intelligent than most lightweight armchair libs writing comics, and even went against the liberal line at times. Mostly, his work was just smarter than the usual by-the-numbers crap that was and still is being published.

His work seemed to take a dip around 1993, though, and in a few years he didn’t seem to be writing much for comics anymore, if at all. I believe part of that had to do with clashes with editorial, which was undergoing changes at the time. I saw his name again in the local newspaper’s comics page around 2000 – he was writing a Pokemon strip.

He wrote a few non-fiction books in the 2000s, but I didn’t keep up with those. I heard very little about him after that until today, when I discovered he was arrested about a week ago for possessing kiddie porn and uploading it to YouTube.

I’ve long learned to separate the art from the artist. And he hasn’t been proven guilty yet. But there are limits. I doubt I’ll ever really enjoy his work again.

Dave Barry’s Year In Review

Dave Barry reviews the past year.

SPOILER: It’s for 2016.

In the future, Americans — assuming there are any left — will look back at 2016 and remark: “What the HELL?”

They will have a point. Over the past few decades, we here at the Year in Review have reviewed some pretty disturbing years….But we’ve never seen one as weird as 2016. This was the Al Yankovic of years.

Read it all here.

2016

2016 has managed to make the last couple of batdip-crazy-years looks positively sane.

Hope you all have a great new year!

When Did Russia Become The Moral Leader?

 

In Current Year, Russia criticizes you for being Godless.

Vladmir Putin’s Christmas speech criticized the West for abandoning its Christian roots (video from iBankCoin.com) –

I grew up in the 80s, when things were quite the opposite. A short and not-really-exaggerated summary –

Election Day

I pull my shirt off and pray
We’re sacred and bound to suffer this heatwave
– Arcadia, “Election Day”

Vote for Trump.

The Clintons cannot be allowed anywhere near the White House ever again.

If you can’t bring yourself to vote for Trump, vote for one of the third party candidates. Vote for a write-in. Stay home and don’t vote. But DO NOT give Clinton any votes.

For anyone among the handful of readers here who missed these, Vox Day has some interesting posts raising a lot of questions about the Clinton Machine here, here, here, here, here, and here.

If these seem to stretch credulity, Vox linked to this post on Reddit. Fair warning, it might make you sick.

Jim has written a piece here, where he states “The Clinton circle ritually and collectively perform degenerate acts as a sacrament (Podesta’s Spirit Cooking). ”  It only gets much worse from there.

Vote Trump and pray.

 

Word Machines

So it occurred to me that words are machinery.

Language is the machine that propels ideas forward, and words are the moving parts. A carefully chosen word provides momentum for an idea to travel, while a poorly chosen word slows or impedes the transmission of the idea, and an incorrect word can alter the idea during transit.

So when some dipshit “progressive” changes the meaning of a word to suit their feelz, the machinery can’t properly perform its function anymore and begins breaking down.

Anyone heard of this idea previously? I’m sure I’m not the first to think of it.

Anyway, just a random thought. Have some music. It has words. About words.