Samuel Lincoln Woodward just wanted to learn the fine art of waterboarding. Now he’s accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein.

January 15th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


The peculiar case of Blaze Bernstein’s death began about 2 weeks ago, soon after we rang in 2018.


The University of Pennsylvania student was visiting home (Orange County, California) during the holiday break when he went out with some friends on the night of January 2. The details are sketchy, even a little jittery, but apparently he was dropped off at Borrego Park in Orange County where he was supposed to meet another friend.


He never returned. A short investigation for the missing student ensued, but it wasn’t long before his body was found in a shallow grave in Foothill Ranch Park, close to Borrego Park. Police quickly concluded that he had been murdered, and former high school classmate, Samuel Lincoln Woodward, who had been on the radar from the moment Bernstein went missing, was arrested on suspicion of the murder of the Ivy Leaguer on Friday afternoon.




Samuel Lincoln Woodward




Bernstein was Jewish, and as revelations of Woodward’s past unfold, the story becomes murky and tinged with dark undertones.


What was Woodward’s motive?


He left an abundant digital trail, to be sure.




The California man accused of killing his 19-year-old Ivy league friend, defended the Confederate flag and expressed violent thoughts on social media, according to a new report.


Samuel Lincoln Woodward – who was taken into custody Friday for the slaying of University of Pennsylvania pre-med student Blaze Bernstein – posted to an undisclosed site that he believes the flag is a symbol of Southern pride, and not hate, KCAL9 reported.


On another website, Woodward, 20, replied he would pick “The Bible and a Colt .45” if he could have two items to be stranded with on a deserted island.


The Newport Beach man also picked “Waterboarding” as his top new skill to learn.


While discussing human cloning, Woodward wrote, “Just one of me in the world is already bad enough,” the outlet reported.


Another user replied, “You are violence. It scares me” to which Woodward admitted “I wouldn’t fight anybody unless they attacked me.”


During Woodward’s arrest, he wore a “Keep the Peace” sweatshirt which according to the non-profit’s website, “focuses on providing financial aid and/or equipment to violent and under served families.”


He also liked the metal band “Dope” as well as the violent video game “Call of Duty” on a Facebook account that appears to be his.



Woodward, who drove Bernstein around the night he went missing, was the last person to be seen with Bernstein.


Perhaps anticipating a tense escalation in this case’s mysterious circumstances, the Bernstein family is asking for peace, albeit indirectly. Woodward’s possible motivations are the elephant in the room, so most people are skirting the issue, including Berstein’s family.



A makeshift memorial to Blaze Bernstein created out of rocks and pebbles has continued to grow as the family of the slain college student called on people to make something positive out of his murder.


Collections of small rocks bearing Bernstein’s name and likeness sit alongside candles in Borrega Park near the spot where the University of Pennsylvania sophomore was killed and left in a shallow grave.


“Let’s be optimistic in a pessimistic world and not wallow in sorrow,” Richard Bernstein, the slain student’s grandfather, wrote in a Facebook post. “There are so many stories to tell of heroism, despair, sorrow and ecstacy … We will reach out to the heavens where Blaze is baking bread with the lord.”

Recalling Blaze Bernstein’s skill in technology even as a young child, Richard Bernstein thanked Facebook for creating a global platform to mourn him.


“We thank your community and worldwide communities for this solace to move from hope, to grief to realization that this ongoing story will continue to spur people and communities to ponder the important things in our brief time on this gorgeous planet,” he wrote.



Only time will tell just how wickedly this narrative will spin out of control, if at all.


High profile criminal trials, and the attendant circuses, tend to become feats of frenzied drama and showcase here in SoCal. Let’s see where this one takes us. It could very well materialize as the trial of our “times.”




Blaze Bernstein



The Maxine Waters Freeway.

January 14th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


Obligatory ghetto politicista, Maxine Waters, is once again calling the kettle black. The crooked California Sacramento careerist has overstayed her civic welcome and she is one of many reasons I despise the state I am unfortunate to call my residence even more than I should.



Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters took her anti-Trump rhetoric to a new level Friday, referring to President Trump as “the most despicable human being that could possibly ever walk the earth.”



She continued, “I have called him what I know him to be for a long time. Remember when I called him a scumbag. I’ve called him a racist, deplorable, despicable, adding to what others are calling him––a moron, ignorant, on and on and on. The United States of America is being represented by the most despicable human being that could possibly ever walk the earth.”


Waters also said, “Not only is he racist, he is an embarrassment for this country.”




Hate-crazed politicista’s like M.W. are afflicted with a near-autistic inability to express a normal level of self-awareness. She really has no clue, does she? She slings arrows like this without realizing despicable is a very wide 2-way freeway.  And she has broken the speed limit once again with her relentless fixation on President Trump.






Pedo quasi-incest punking.

January 14th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


All I can say is Ew.


All I can bring myself to say after downloading this Youtube video and reading the Daily Mail story, along with the ensuing realization that said practice of depraved pranks are nothing “new”…Super Ew.


In the most current example of this dubious activity, high school winter sports team captains in Minnesota were blindfolded during a pep rally.  The rest is history.




They were told to expect a kiss from a ‘special someone’.


But the joke was on teenagers at Rosemount High School when the mystery lip locks they suspected came from their classmates… were actually from their parents.



A KARE-TV report says the prank for last week’s assembly was planned by the staff.
The winter-sport team captains were blindfolded as their mothers and fathers approached. A video posted on YouTube shows some of the kisses lasting several seconds.


One parent-child pair even moves to the gym floor, rolling around on top of one another.


In another moment of inappropriate passion, a mother moves her son‘s hand south so far he appears to grab her rear.


After the make out sessions end, the students are asked to guess whose lips met theirs.



The school’s principal, John Wollersheim, ultimately takes “responsibility” for the cringe-worthy prank.







…John Wollersheim says as the school principal he owes an apology to everyone who was offended by the incestual display.




Isn’t the inbred horse too far from the barn by this point? Is that apology born of remorse or good-old fashioned perverted ass-covering?




I can’t help but wonder if there exists a perversely vicarious enjoyment that twinkles deeply in the hearts of some of the perpetrators of such a bizarre ceremony of derangement. Who the hell would enjoy organizing such a horrible surprise for these young hormonal adults?


There is that nebulous zone of child abuse that lingers under the vigilant eyes of protective society;  a zone, gray and cosmetically innocuous, which fails to attract attention and provides safe harbor for those capable of deeper and darker malfeasance who wish to partake in their depravity under the open lens society.  Such depravity hides behind humor and innocent trickery and play.




Hooray for Shithole…

January 13th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


Spied on Gab earlier.


This meme takes the absolute cake. Wish I would have thought of it.






Dick Durbin virtue signals, Donald Trump laughs.

January 13th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


According to Dick Durbin’s facile thinking (a characteristic common to most goody-two-shoe Democrats), the phrase “chain migration” which describes the immigrant practice of bringing the greater chunk of their families with them, is racist against African-Americans.  The predictable, chain of deductive logic goes something like this:




According to Durbin, the term is racist and offensive to African Americans because it is reminiscent of slaves being transported to the United States in chains.


“I said to the president, ‘do you realize how painful that term is to so many people? African Americans believe they migrated to America in chains, and when you speak to chain migration it hurts them personally,’” Durbin explained. “He said, ‘oh that’s a good line.’”




I mentally replayed the scene as it might have transpired and the comic jest of President Trump’s dismissive retort must have been absolutely hilarious.





Trump’s reaction probably went something like this.  For the red-pilled, this is a standard reaction to all pathetic, gimmicky virtue signaling of the sort Durbin displayed.






If we are to extrapolate Durbin’s “neurotiliberal” chain of reasoning, the word “ship” likewise straddles the line of good taste as it may bring pain to some African-Americans for it is horribly reminiscent of African migration to the New World.