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.

Alisyn Camerota from CNN is a sanctimonious attention whore. And a loser.

January 12th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


Keep it up sweetheart, no one cares.





A cursory examination of “shithole” in Social Extinction.

January 11th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


Shithole is a fantastic, hyperbolic exclamation. I rather enjoy the word, myself.


Its racial connotations are dubious at best. A shithole describes an unsavory, smelly, crime-ridden locale. If a preponderance of said shitholes tend to occur within the borders of certain nations on this planet, any racial implication is merely correlative but says nothing about the quality of said population.  Per se.


When you call an area a shithole, you are talking about that land, the society, the infrastructure. The people who have collectively banded together to create the shithole in question are obviously limited in skills and structural cohesion. Make of it what you will.


A shithole is just a shithole, end of story.


President Turmp is a madman. How can you not love a President with No Fucks To Give?


When a “reputable” news site like CNN prints the word in its entirety on the home page, you know that a juncture in cultural space-time has been reached.







As I said, I enjoy using the word, I throw it out all the time in normal everyday usage. Not sure what this defines about character of my “maturity,” but it’s simply too powerful a word to not fit into one’s verbal arsenal.  Or blog.


Like 32 times.







Holy shit(hole)!  That’s more shitholes than can be found in a West Hollywood parade.  President Trump would be quite proud of me.   The 32 posts below all include the word “shithole.”





I suppose “bunghole” might have been a less unsavory option for Mr. Trump to use..but would it have imparted the sense of scorn that we so adore in the God Emperor?




Huma and Tony…love found a way!

January 10th, 2018 by Socially Extinct


Two hearts beat as one.


Love fosters cynicism; love as masquerade fosters wretchedness.


And perdition.


Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her jailed sext-a-holic hubby Anthony Weiner have ended their pending divorce case.


Identical statements from their lawyers Wednesday cited the scandal-plagued couple’s desire to protect their 6-year-old son by settling outside court — but experts say the real reason could be to shield one another from a potential federal probe.


Abedin, 41 — spotted over the weekend sunning herself at the luxury Four Seasons Hotel on Hawaii’s Big Island — was scheduled to appear in Manhattan Supreme Court for a compliance conference in her contested divorce case against Weiner, 53.


Instead, one of her attorneys submitted paperwork signed by both parties agreeing to end the case, a court source told The Post.


The judge announced from the bench that the case was “discontinued.”


“In order to reduce any impact of these proceedings on their child, the parties have decided to reach a settlement swiftly and privately,” Abedin’s lawyer, Charles Miller, and Weiner’s attorney, Margaret Donohoe, said in separate statements.


But family law expert Michael Stutman said they’d still have to file a divorce settlement in court for it to be legally binding.