Archive for September 28th, 2015

All politics comes down to this, I think.

Monday, September 28th, 2015

You can skew it all you like. Complicate it, subterfuge the affair with all sorts of chaotic nonsense and layers of resounding interpretation and implication. Make a lot of shit out of shit, but ultimately, it’s a bunch of nonsense and the exponential curve of entropy only benefits those few parties who derive income and benefits from said disorder: politicians and the media.

At the end of the day, when considering that collective dynamic defining our culture, it comes down to this: are you a normie, or are you not?

Normies lead wholesome lives that sync with other normies. Their values are normie values. You’ll know them when your paths cross.

You knew normies in the 2nd grade, you knew them in high school, and you know them in the boardroom.

Ubiquitous, faceless runts, blending into the Great Cog and suffocating you with their repressed expectations.

Eat it and smile, bitch.

You only wish you were a normie like me.

Facebook unhinged.

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Did the big boy finally eat the dust?

We can surely hope, but dare we? It’s fashionable to hate on the Big Blue Monster, but…

Facebook has become the barometer of American/Western hopefulness and digital health.
When Facebook goes down, it’s like the national power grid went inexplicably dark.
Not once, or twice, but three times!

Of such magnitude is the happening that Islamic groups are now pitching in to share shameless culpability.

Guilt is hot if you can bring down the West’s pet luxuries.

In fact, that makes Guilt very hot and very marketable.

fb ddos claim

Return to the dusty South from the Great White North! Hallelujah!

Monday, September 28th, 2015

I’m back in town, ie. home, ye glorious bastards!

Including you, you red-faced dissolute, swollen terrestrial life-form passing as a populist, or God-knows what your flavor of the day is.

Trump Thump

San Francisco is more beautiful and White than ever! I would live there if, 1) I could afford it, and, 2) there were far fewer people.

Seg dude