Dé Céadaoin, Aibreán 27, 2011

Well Now

"'I said over a year ago that this was going to be, this presidential race, Lawrence, was going to be the ugliest, the nastiest, the most divisive, and the most racist in the history of this Republic,' PBS host Tavis Smiley said on MSNBC."


Sure, sure, it will be bad in all of these ways, but, let's do have some perspective here man.

Dé Máirt, Aibreán 26, 2011

Real Men Love Real Men, and Other Notes


Allen West, R; Florida: "We need you to come in and lock shields, and strengthen up the men who are going to the fight for you. To let these other women know on the other side — these planned Parenthood women, the Code Pink women, and all of these women that have been neutering American men and bringing us to the point of this incredible weakness — to let them know that we are not going to have our men become subservient. That’s what we need you to do. Because if you don’t, then the debt will continue to grow…deficits will continue to grow. "

According to Congressman West, women exist for the purpose of 'strengthening up the men who are going to fight for you.' Women exist for no other purpose except to produce ideal men, the vagina exists only as an incubator, and only some poor neutered homo could possibly want it for anything else.

Allen West is, of course, the perfect opposite of a homo, and just to emphasize this already obvious fact he pointed to the ancient Spartans as the ideal that American men should strive for, the pinnacle of manliness that must leave other men quivering with admiration is they themselves hope to be real men. Go get em tigers.

On a more serious note, I was struck by the definitive future statement, 'the men who are going to fight for you.' West takes it as a given that being metaphorically tied to the train tracks and in need of manly rescue is an essential state of being for the American woman; today, tomorrow, and forever. This eternal peril is necessary because pleasure is effeminate. Real men cannot be allowed to ever express love through things like joy or laughter, but only through violently defending the people and things they love against the latest outrage.

This leaves any prospective real man in a bind. Because not even the most chauvinistic Bubbas are insane enough to actually want their wives or daughters to be in mortal danger, yet still believe that avenging some affront to home and hearth is the only true expression of masculine love. Demagogues have always been very happy to solve this conundrum for them, offering threats in the form of minorities, foreigners, street criminals, outsiders and eccentrics. People who are socially weak; and therefore safely hated and 'defeated', yet in spite of their weakness still somehow capable of destroying everything you love through some dark magic, and somehow always still there and still threatening no matter how much manly punishment is unleashed upon them.

And since you can never be allowed to conclude that the people you love are as safe as mortality allows, (this would be willfully embracing impotence) you must then conclude that there can never possibly be any such thing as enough power or capacity for destruction. You'll start doing things like demanding the right to take a gun to the coffee shop, as if this is some ancient social norm only recently violated. You will start to insist, perhaps in a roundabout way, that institutions responsible for projecting force; military, police, etc. are incapable of error, that soldiers are never sent on an unwise mission, police never arrest the wrong man, that lack of fear towards insufficiently harsh punishment is the motive behind all crime. Everything you say will come out of your mouth in an aggressive, defensive matter. If you feel the need to tell someone how much you love peanut butter sundaes, you will do so by saying 'I don't care what you think, but if you don't think the peanut butter sundae is the most delicious thing on God's green earth to you can suck my country dick.'

You'll be a real asshole, is what I'm saying. And you'll never be very happy. But never mind, happiness would only neuter you right?

Dé Luain, Aibreán 25, 2011

A Quick Lession in The Fox News Way

"President Obama failed to release a statement or a proclamation recognizing the national observance of Easter Sunday, Christianity's most sacred holiday."

Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/president-obama/2011/04/25/wh-fails-release-easter-proclamation#ixzz1KaTo7yqX

This sentence is not in any way untrue. President Obama did, in fact, 'fail' to release a proclamation in honor of Easter. And if this offends you you'll be glad to know that he 'failed' to do so for the same reason that my family failed to toast Elijah at Easter dinner; because it is not and has never been customary for the president to make such a proclamation. (George W. Bush, for example, is just one of some forty or so presidents who have allowed multiple Easters to pass without official commemoration.)

Then again, if such things do offend you it's probably because living in a constant waking state of offense makes you feel like a true American Hero, in which case I'm sorry to bother you with facts.

Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/president-obama/2011/04/25/wh-fails-release-easter-proclamation#ixzz1KaWPjWAi

Deus Servo res publica, Fox Nation.

Dé Céadaoin, Aibreán 20, 2011

Top 10 FC's

Go Real Salt Lake. M.L.S. vs. Barcelona in the World Club Cup. Make it happen. And drop the stupid fucking 'Real' from your name while your at it. We all know how famously right-wing the state of Utah is, but pledging fealty to the king of Spain is taking it too far.

1. Barcelona
2. Man United
3. Borossia Dortmund
4. Milan
5. Real Madrid
6. Chelsea
7. Lille
8. Arsenal
9. Bayer Leverkusen
10 Inter Milan

Dé Máirt, Aibreán 19, 2011

Arise Ye Sons of Harlotry

"No one can seriously believe that the constitution's authors intended to create a right to same-sex marriage," Rep. Lamar Smith- Texas

What Smith says is indeed true. If you give the Constitution a close, honest, patriotic reading, one in which the reader always remembers that the Founding Fathers sought to ensure our freedom by creating a single, eternal philosophy of proper governance that every generation shall always be compelled to unquestionably obey, you will find that the Sacred Document has absolutely nothing to say about marriage of any kind. And of course since those human rights mentioned in our own Bill of Rights are the only ones that do or were ever meant to exist, this can only mean that our holy Founding Fathers sought not only to prevent the abomination of gay marriage from ever reaching our shores, but the abomination of marriage.

It is obvious friends that only Bastards were ever intended to be citizens of the United States, and that we will never return to the 'shining city on the hill' until children of legally married couples are striped of all voting rights and legal protections, and all non-bastard office-holders are impeached. Every judge or priest who has deprived this country of true sons and daughters by performing the blasphemous wedding ceremony must be shot for a traitor. And those swine who defile our gene pool by producing children with their 'husbands' and 'wives' deserve no better.
True patriots serve their country by having unprotected sex with strangers. In order to restore Bastard Americans to our rightful majority we must begin a program of recruiting Third-World prostitutes to our shores immediately. And while I loathe the thought of granting amnesty to illegal immigrants as well as anyone, the truth is that the Guatemalan streetwalker who brings seven illiterate children from seven different fathers is not only no criminal, but the greatest friend America can have in these dark days. Such women should not only be allowed to stay, but granted a pension large enough to live as royally as saviors of the Republic deserve.

It I realize how distressing it must be, to comprehend the fact that every great question of every age, every election for every office, has been polluted with the fraudulent voice of non-Bastards. But do not despair. There is a reason that America has managed to survive and even somewhat thrive in it's corrupted, extra-Constitutional state for so long. You see my friend, even though we Bastards have been denied the aristocratic power that is our god-given right, our innate genetic superiority has still ensured that the great halls of government, industry, finance, and faith have all been disproportionally controlled by pure, full-blooded, perfect Bastards. No one with a basic knowledge of US history cant deny this.

Do not doubt for a second friend that we shall prevail. America will be America again, and with enough holy blood and sacrifice the world shall be ruled by Bastards. God bless you, God save all the Bastards of the world, and God bless the Bastard states of America.

Dé Domhnaigh, Aibreán 17, 2011

Found This Interesting


A few days ago, Congressman Paul Broun of Georgia, (Athens is the anchor city of his district. I'm listening to the B-52s right now.) went on a long rant about FDR being a communist. It's the sort of thing you've probably heard before, notable mainly because it was made on the floor of Congress instead at the Rotary club by a shitfaced RV dealer, and also for this very odd assertion of Broun's at some point in the middle of his rant:

"Broun was speaking Tuesday on the House floor about how the 'original intent' of the Constitution was to promote the 'general welfare of the nation, not welfare of individuals'"

Now it may seem obvious to you or me, perhaps even old-fashioned common-sensical. That 'The Nation' is nothing more than the sum of the individuals who live here. that there is no possible distinction between a mandate to promote the welfare of the Nation and the welfare of the people who live here.

But there's a rub in 'nothing more than'. There's a reason that right-wingers are enraged by the 'desecration' of the flag or other abstract symbols of America, while at the same time are often gleefully blase towards pollution of the physical American land or deprivation of flesh-and-blood American people. I've mentioned before about how the America they fancy themselves loving more than the rest of us is not a flesh and blood thing to them, but a totem. They want to believe that America exists as something beyond human scrutiny, beyond the mundane and mortal, a glorious light, that by submitting to the One True American Way they are the essence of this Light, the embodiment of courage and truth in a world of slugs and slime.

At any rate, to accept that the nation is the people who live here would mean accepting that they take pride in feeling superior love and loyalty for the very people they feel superior to. And not even wingnuts are capable of enough doublethink to ignore this contradiction.

And that brings us back to man living for the Sabbath. A belief that life does not exist for its own sake, (and that therefore improving the general quality of life should be the obvious end of society) but as a test of mettle. It's ideals in the vein of loyalty, courage, strength, endurance, discipline etc, that exist for their own sakes, not because they advance the end of improving the human condition in this way or that. People are here for the sake of honoring these ideals by struggling to measure up to them. And of course the people who hold such beliefs are always convinced that they are among the tiny handful of worthies who are good and strong enough to pass the test, and that they are entitled to punish and reign over the mass of us depraved weaklings as reward.

Why should we believe that 'AMERICA' is good? Because presuming her goodness out of hand is part of the test. Why should we be loyal to 'AMERICA', because 'AMERICA' exists as a canvas to display our loyalty upon. The answer to how many flags to put on your car is always FUCKING MORE.

"though the people support the Government, the Government should not support the people." - So said Glover Cleveland, conservative Democrat of the Gilded Age, a couple of decades after J.S. Mills assertion that morality was the greatest happiness for the greatest number was perceived as shockingly radical. So this idea is nothing new, why does it continue to stick around? Because here in the Heartland we still teach our White Real American Manly Men to take charge and show em who's boss. And we'll believe anything that gives us an excuse to dictate down to you city freaks.

Dé hAoine, Aibreán 15, 2011

RIP Leon Satterfield

"Let me admit before I go any further that I am not in the middle of the road on the question of how we ought to treat Mexicans illegally crossing the U.S. border. Here's why: My experiences with folks from Mexico have been almost universally agreeable. To wit:

•When I was in grade school, my father hired a Mexican immigrant to trim up the few trees we had in our Kansas back yard. I watched him do it. And whenever a limb would fall to the ground, Mr. Ortega would say "Adios." I'd never heard anyone say "Adios" to a falling tree limb, and it seemed to me a wonderfully kind thing to say.

•Later, when I was in high school, Mr. Ortego's son, Willie, was a year ahead of me. We were in a school where it was nearly mandatory that every male go out for the football team. I was not a very good defensive end, but Willie was, and he went out of his way to say nice things about my efforts—and to treat me as an equal.

•Four years later, in 1954, a friend of mine and I went into a cafe in Clayton, New Mexico, on our way home from the horse races in Raton, New Mexico. We'd been betting the ponies for three days, and on the last day we didn't cash a single ticket. We were flat broke, hungry, and nearly out of gas. The saint disguised as a waitress in the Clayton cafe, Dolores Sanchez, listened to our tragicomic story and then lent us $5—in those days enough money to pay for our hamburgers and malts and for sufficient gasoline to get home on.

•And in 1982, our daughter, Amy, was a member of a Spanish class that was flying down to Mexico City for a first-hand look at the culture. But en route, her appendix burst and she ended up in a Mexico City hospital. The hospital specialist in such matters—I think his name was Dr. Ruiz—performed the necessary surgery to take care of the burst appendix. By the time I got to Mexico City four days later, Dr. Ruiz had flown off to Paris to deliver a paper on peritonitis. The hospital graciously allowed me to sleep rent-free on a couch in Amy's room while we waited for her to heal enough that we could fly back to Lincoln. Dr. Ruiz' wife and daughter drove us around to see the sights in Mexico City on several of those days, then drove us to the airport when it came time to leave.

So I'll say it again: The people from Mexico that I've been around have almost always been nice folks.

And that leads me—in an indignant tone of voice—to some questions:

Why do we treat Mexican citizens as heinous criminals if they try to cross the border into the U.S. without the proper papers? Do we treat them the same way we treat Canadians who cross the border illegally? Do we treat them the same way Mexico treats U.S. citizens who cross into Mexico without authorization?

The Truth, Mainly

And why is the U.S. House of Representatives even considering a bill that would make it a felony to help Mexicans trying to cross the border?

What that means, according to a story by Michael Riley in the Jan. 2 Denver Post, is that it would be a crime for U.S. church groups, among others, to continue leaving bottles of drinking water along the Mexico-Arizona border in an effort to avoid a repetition of the deaths last year of "at least 279 people" who died from the heat and lack of water while they were trying to enter the U.S.

It also means that it would be a crime for an Arizona organization called "No More Deaths" to transport border-crossers to a hospital or a church for medical treatment.

And it means that even if I had the chance, Mr. Ortega, Willie, Dolores, Dr. and Mrs. Ruiz, I'd never be able to look you in the eye again.

And that loud splashing noise we just heard? I'm guessing it's the Statue of Liberty collapsing into New York Harbor.

You know, the statue that's been there since 1886, standing on a pedestal on which is engraved Emma Lazarus' famous poem that ends with the words we all learned in junior high school:

"Give me your tired, your poor,/ Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,/The wretched refuse of your teeming shore./ Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me./I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Well, it's pretty to think so."


Déardaoin, Aibreán 14, 2011

Ghetto Fascis

I was drinking on a porch with a woman named Maria the other night. She did eighteen months in prison awhile back, she didn't say for what. Dropped the 'I don't have to look for trouble, it always finds me.' I let her borrow my phone to call a homeboy of hers. She has two friends who killed people. One of them got in a fist fight with another guy, lost, and then decided to change the outcome after the fact by going home, grabbing his gun, and then returning to shoot the winner in the head.

Her friend arrived. Apparently the night before they had been drinking and Maria punched him a few times in the head out of jealousy for some amorous attention that the man had been showing to another woman. He was still angry, had walked three miles to tell her he was still mad, instead of telling her off over the phone or ignoring the call. 'If I were a bitch you would be knocked the fuck out right now' he said. She alternated between apologizing and daring him to hit her. He said that he didn't hit women. It continued this way for fifteen minutes before I made my way away, how long it went on after that... I've seen arguments reach the threshold of a fight and then stay at that level for hours before, usually between friends or lovers on the low end. They know that it would be wrong to fight each other, but if they back down; their anger is all they have you see.

We've all met people who take pride in claiming that they never back down, never compromise. Maybe you're such a person yourself. I say take pride in claiming because you, me and everybody knows that it isn't really true. If you drove to work this morning without killing anyone then you backed down to someone. But what if someone who takes pride in this conceit has no job to drive to, 'nothing to lose' as the cliche goes?

Think of the way that the old Greek heroes, the demigods, feel emotion; how they are never just cheekily aroused but always bursting with the love-venom of a thousand arrows of Eros, never merely annoyed against one who wrongs them but always filled with all the wrath of a thousand lions, vowing to tear down heaven itself if that's what it takes to gain their revenge, and empowered by their wrath to do exactly that. Or think of people who either remain in abusive relationships or drift from one bad relationship to another because they seem to equate any strong emotion, positive or negative, with erotic passion. The Eminem song from last summer 'Love the Way you Lie' captures this mindset very well, annoying top 40 tropes aside. Or take Joe Jackson's 'Fools in Love' which observes a similar quality more artfully if less dramatic and more generally.

"Fools in Love, they think they're heroes, cause they get to feel more pain."

Behind everyone who expresses guilt, however sincere, about a bad temper, you may be assured that a part of them takes pride in being capable of an anger strong enough to destroy windows, closet doors, neighbors cars, faces. 'What a grand creature I am, that my feelings can destroy, how the universe must tremble before me.' Behind any violent feud or low-scale gang tribal warfare; you will find this arrogant idea taken to its extreme. 'My feelings are more important than life and death. My feelings are more powerful than life and death. The fact that my emotions can move me to kill and die make me more than a man.' Hatfields and McCoys, Grangerfords and Shepardsons, Bloods and Crips, this religion vs. that one vs. that one vs. that one....

To turn to music again, if you've heard the Clash's 'London Calling' (which you probably have since this is only the world wide web and isn't accessible to creatures trapped in black holes.) you may have noticed that many of its songs are partly about poor people enchanted with the idea that their own capacity for violence is the greatest power that people can have, the Only True Power that human beings can have. Those who seek and gain wealth and political clout are living lies. But everyone is born with a pair of hands that they can kill somebody else with. So let's go forth and die for the cause of -------- and be the only creatures that are truly alive. Yo te quiero infinito.

Of course, the general sentiment is usually a good deal more mild and mundane then that. Another row at the Henderson house, a few dozen arrests over the course of a lifetime for mutual assault, two friends horrified at the thought of making the other bleed but still compelled to express their outrage, minute after minute into hour after hour, until either the tension breaks and someone throws a punch or they just get too tired to keep it up any longer. Annoying, pathetic, and even a bit comedic, is usually all it is. But then again it might be you who runs into the guy who really, really, can't stand to lose a fistfight.

Dé Céadaoin, Aibreán 13, 2011

This One Time

There was an MTV show, a couple years after the turn of the century, they would send pop stars to third world countries for psuedo-Peace Corps type 'work.' There was this one episode where they sent Mya to somewhere in, Central Africa I think. She talked about how spiritual it was, naturally.

Well, there was this one scene where Mya had a croowd of villagers gathered in a rough circle. They were all chanting and playing precussion instruments while she sang the chorus to 'Ghetto Superstar', over and over again, trying to build momentum to some sort of communial ecstasy.

I have no real point here, I just wanted to say that, this shit actually happened, is all.

Dé Luain, Aibreán 11, 2011

Chrisma Madness!!

Canisters of lethal gas have been found a Walmart's stock section next to canisters of propane. The lethel gas comes from China and has a slightly different label.

Volunteer to group to get genocide liking monocultures Moslems and Chinese out of your college. This is urgent because foreigners in the military have done away with our military men. Foreign students turn into armies pretty fast that Obama let in with free tuition with the DREAM act. Demand we have only American professors for ten years.


Communists always put in the news what kind of rible they have. Rebels in Libya stated they have khalaznakov rifles. They got the arsenals from some Russians. Palestinians obtained their rockets from china. Recently Israelis got ahold of two Palestinian boats full of ammunition.

What are foreigners doing?

Ask you spouse to lay on the couch once a month while you play psychologist. Switch positions after an hour.

Pass the pencil from one person to another as you eat. The one with the pencil can talk up tp five minutes about any or a specific problem.

What happened to all the whites of South Africa?

Why are whites not allowed in the Congo?

How many military have had sexual harassment at a bunk by a gay?

How many gays in the military have been treasonous?

Why does FCC not test electronics for subliminals any more?

Dé Céadaoin, Aibreán 06, 2011

Top 10 FCs

1. Barcelona
2. Man United
3. Dortmund
4. Milan
5. Real Madrid
6. Arsenal
7. Lille
8. Estudiantes
9. Bayer Leverkusen
10 Chelsea

Dé Máirt, Aibreán 05, 2011

Chrisma Woman Excripts

Haven't gotten a hold of her stuff in awhile:


All the former presidents are always invited to the state of the union address. This January 21st there were no former presidents seated at the state of the union address. None have been in the news for three months. Where are they?"

"NATO headquarters complained that the no-fly zone was inappropriate because a Christian reformed Gadhaffi is a lot better than a terrorist army that's mostly from Iran."

"Obama has done away with elderly and non pot smokers in America through biononethicals." ...... "Many have been given alcohol injections. Alcohol injections are always lethal. Those that complain have been given self infliction statements in cell phones or Moslem infestations. In Bahrain police use sticks and stones instead of arsenals so they don't self inflict later."

"We have to help halt the 90% fatal in a month tuberculosis with or without the AIDS disease. Humans need to date with 100 questions, then exchange a ring and then see a shelter together."


If there is radiation fallout or a meltdown the only way to not get radiation is to be inside a room with no door or window with six feet of dirt on all sides.

How do you get outside again? A human wouldn't want to get out for two thousand years."

"Moslems are a cult. Mohammed said 'convert or be slaughtered' and he slaughtered thousands across north Africa.

"Cults don't protect the innocent. They stab their daughters for talking to a man when a mere slap would do...."


Dé Luain, Aibreán 04, 2011

All I Have to Say About The Tournament

I was sort of pulling for the Richmond Spiders.

P.S./One more thing:

Jesus Christ what an fuckass ugly dead squirrel rape of a game.


"Ms. Bachmann, who moved to Minnesota as a teenager, eagerly recounted how her Norwegian ancestors settled near Waterloo, Iowa. And she confides that she was raised a Democrat — she and her husband, Marcus, worked for Jimmy Carter’s 1976 campaign — but she had an awakening reading a Gore Vidal book that she found to be “'mocking our founding fathers.'”

Radicalism: The Belief that Everyone Else is.

Former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey has recently sent out a letter repping for current Senator and Def Jam recording mate Ben Nelson warning of the boost that the 'Radical Right' would gain from a Nelson defeat. Conservatives here have naturally taken offense to the notion that they're 'radical' or otherwise menacing in any way. They point out that their beliefs are well within the American mainstream, at least out here in Real America among the only people who should be allowed to vote, and state further that Kerrey is guilty of great crimes up to and including living in New York.

And in truth they do have something of a point. Where after all is the objective line where support for lower income taxes transforms from strongly conservative to radical? A demand for a 10% cut? 30%?, a flat tax? Of course there's no line at all. Radicalism is relative, up to a point. A belief cannot be radical based on what policy it specifically calls for, no matter how unusual or unpopular this proposal may be. It is the attitude behind beliefs that make them radical; wherever you see the insistence that one's principals and underlying assumptions are so obviously true that no sane or decent person can possibly dispute them, that disagreement is in itself proof of secret malevolence, there you find radicalism.

In this sense the recent Right-Wing rebranding of Nelson, the insistence that his behavior in the health care Kabuki act, using his position as a swing vote to gain special favors for his home state, was some new and dark turn, instead of the same obfuscating aw-shucks vacillation that he openly campaigned on, is indeed based on the attitude of radicalism. The 'Cornhusker Kickback' is just one of many stupid canards about the obviously evil motives of the health care bills' supporters and hidden evils in the bill itself.

And we have also seen this attitude of radicalism increasingly entrench itself within the American Right more and more generally through the years; the insistence that disagreement with their self-confirming interpretation of the Constitution can only be based on ignorance or hatred of the Constitution, that anyone who opposes some ill-defined (Because it does not and cannot exist) 'Pure Capitalism' can only be a socialist, that everyone who supports Roe V. Wade know themselves to be complicit in the slaughter of millions of literal equivalents of Michelle Tanner, etc. The fact that conservatives are prone to imagining themselves as the eternal standard of American normality does not preclude them from being 'radical'. It does just the opposite.

They're both old stories you've probably heard. Research has discovered that prayer has some mysterious role in helping sick people recover, and that science has also discovered that people who believe in God live longer. There's a an electric bulletin board at Westfield Pharmacy, across from my mom's liquor store in North Platte, that dutifully reports these medical facts to its customers. Medical facts that are not in fact, strictly true in the scientific, medical, or factual sense. But isn't it lovely to think so?

The promises of Christianity, especially the flamboyant Evangelical sort, are simply somewhat more overt versions of what most religions promise. Eternal Life, 'The Truth shall set you free', 'Praise God for victory say the Pentecostals.' There is clearly something deep within us that equates the ability to ascertain moral truth with physical health, strength, vitality. So that being morally or philosophically wrong is equated with disease, frailty, corruption and the grave.

It's a distinctly human train of thought. Reason, intuition and fallacy blended together into a perfect whole. 'It's good to be alive. It's good to be wise. It's good to be good. So naturally some generic, ultimate goodness connecting them all must be the reason why I get a similar endorphin buzz with every positive experience.' God is love.

It's also distinctly human that this benign-in-itself delusion would lead people to believe absurdities and commit atrocities for the sake of maintaining it. Because it is clearly the association of being right with power and life. (the refusal to accept that the truth will not necessarily set you free, will not be of the slightest help in gaining happiness or material well-being) that leads the rise of a fanatical element within every belief system; political, religious, or esoteric, impossible to avoid. If being right makes you strong, then attaining physical supremacy over non-believers should be the ultimate proof of being right, and there will always be those who are overwhelmed with lust for this proof. It's because they manfully know themselves to be right, you see, that entitles them to take whatever desperate measures are necessary to prove to achieve victory and prove to themselves that they are right.

The central conceit of any brand of fundamentalism, that there is really no such thing as human moral reasoning, but only an eternal, unified, indisputable block of truth that can only be embraced or rebelled against in whole, is at base a denial or mortality. Embrace the perfect indisputable truth and you will never be sick.

P.S. Today, is, among other things, my 30th birthday. Fuck you too buddy.

Dé Domhnaigh, Aibreán 03, 2011

Satanism on The Internet


There are, apparently, high-level officials in the Vatican, people who are major figures of the modern, 21st century world, are entitled to a full team of professional bodyguards courtesy of any nation they visit, who make full use of the internet, take full advantage of the latest medical and scientific advances, can make at least a bit of small talk in several languages; etc, etc, who honestly believe that there is such a thing as Satanism. Not, mind you, Anton Levey's 'Objectivism for theatre geeks' but bonafide 'getting drunk on virgin blood, Speaking Latin backwards while wearing a mask made out of a goat skull , ritualized infant rape, gleefully getting sodomized by Old Scratch himself' Satanism. Furthermore they believe that these real-deal Satanists are using the internet to lure children who aren't using their computer time for something more spiritually healthy, like arranging to meet Fr. Jim after midnight for a walk through the park.

I have nothing further to add to this. The fact that this is something that Serious, Important Men actually believe really does speak for itself doesn't it?

"Kill the good! Kill the good! Kill the good!"

Dé Sathairn, Aibreán 02, 2011

There's Apparently this Pop Rapper Named Big Sean

'My girlfriend looks better than yours. And I'm the only one looking better than her.'