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Let’s Review 112: Of Chicken Diapers and “I denounce myself being Black!”

This woman earns $50,000 a year selling luxury chicken diapers [Pampered Poultry- Fashionable Chicken Attire, Diapers and Saddles]

The sad fact here is just how fast they would spend other people’s money. The costs are staggering with universal healthcare: for a national, Medicare for all approach, it could cost up to $32.6 trillion in the first 10 years, overshadowing our already massive $20 trillion national debt. At the state level, the costs are also sobering: California’s universal healthcare plan would cost $400 billion annually, or twice what California’s annual budget for everything is, including the newly formed Plastic Straw Stasi Division. In New York, people are being assured that yes, taxes would have to go up 156 percent, but have no fears, this will actually save money in the future. Question: have you ever in your life seen a government program that cost less or saved money? Me neither.

I denounce myself being Black!

Hey Hey Ho Ho, Afghan War has got to go! The Taliban was always going to win, because the Taliban only has to outlast the USA, which was never going to stay permanently in the Graveyard of Empires. The God-Emperor should point out that the Afghan Occupation has served its purpose and bring the troops home. They’d be put to much better use on the southern border… or the western one once California secedes.

The Battlecunt In The Wild: Kaitlan Collins, CNN Propagandist You’re already picturing the lantern jaw, beady eyes, thin lips, broad shoulders, thick neck, demonically arched eyebrows, slut bangles, perpetual smirk, sinewy marathon-carved vascularity, impudently jutting clavicles, and thousand cock stare indicative of the low estrogen and/or high testosterone of the clitdicked, status striving, careerist shrike, aka battlecunt. You’d be right!

Picture a school marm in a rural one-room schoolhouse and you’re close to the socialist’s idyllic niceness. Socialism is a nineteenth century relic most closely allied with feminism, the only “ism” their consitution cites. Socialism is prettiest in pink. Under our current socialist regime the citizen’s part is to be nice, do nice things and make nice things and share nice things fairly and nicely. Competition is selfish because everyone can’t be a winner.

Netflix has over 27,000 categories for its movies and shows (including ultra-specific niches like “French Zombie Movies” and “East Asian Forbidden-Love Action & Adventure”), but you probably knew that just from using the service. What you may not realize is that you, as a user, have also been placed into a category. Netflix has “a couple thousand” categories of users, called “taste communities.” I, for instance, am apparently in a “taste community” consisting of a single member called “Probably The Memphis Strangler.”

Chronically ill man releases audio of hospital staff offering assisted death | €œIt is the real truth of what is going on in Canada regarding so many assisted deaths without appropriate safeguards, in combination with the lack of necessary care that is not being provided to persons who are suffering.


What one certifiable loon attempted a year ago, Mad Maxine Waters is all but a whisker from openly espousing, right effing now. Kathy Griffin was kidding/not kidding holding the president’s severed head. Oprah has outright said, “White people need to die.” Out loud, in public, for quotation and attribution. The NYFSlimes has unashamedly hired for editorial policy and commentary, someone who openly calls (not called, calls) for all white people to just shut up and die already. (She should be shot down in the street, in haste, in a more just universe, or be forced into an Osama-esque exile and lifelong hiding, but that’s Someone else’s job. For the moment.)

Kavanaugh Won’t Steal Democrat Senators’ Souls | “In a negotiated settlement, Judge Kavanaugh has agreed to answer Democrat Senators’ questions,” according to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, “without searing our corneas with his other-worldly gaze, nor sending us into convulsions with an electro-magnetic brain pulse, nor doing anything to intentionally affect our condition in the after-life.”

I’m fond of pointing out that much of what defines the modern age is that everyone forgot the timeless lessons of the human condition and now we have to rediscover them. This great awakening we see on our side of the great divide is, in many respects, a rediscovery of the past. So much has been hidden from view in order to prop up the current regime, it’s shocking to most people. Like that kid who learns his parents had lied to him and he was adopted, what matters next is what we do with this new knowledge.

Two elderly men escaped from a nursing home to go to a heavy metal concert

Son of Infamous Imam Trains Children to Shoot Up Schools The father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings, prosecutors said in court documents obtained Wednesday. The documents say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was conducting weapons training with assault rifles at the compound near the Colorado border where 11 hungry children were found in filthy conditions. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj. Huh. No reference to Islam or Muslims in the AP story.

Those who wanted to destroy the West used the same method, and they have succeeded. They approached with a sob story about the lower classes being oppressed and mobilized those against the elites. In doing so, they turned the society against itself and in the ensuing confusion have been able to live off it as parasites. These parasites take many forms: politicians, advertisers, journalists, lawyers, bureaucrats, salespeople, authoritarians and others who depend on being “useful” by being in power. They make their profit off of what the majority wants to purchase, think, hear, and use as an identity.

Whites are in line for hot genocide. Whites also have more capability for war than any other race. No other race, no other people, have ever shown anything close to the capacity for organized mass violence. Which means that to re-awaken our capability, we need organization and mass.

Do you want to hear my honest criticism of Israel? It is too free. The tolerance of the crypto-Islamists among many Arabs living in Israel is a dangerous policy and does nothing to strengthen democracy or improve the country’s standing on the world stage. And the rules of engagement for dealing with the daily border incursions and rocket launches are unbelievably strict. That flows from a misguided desire to be seen by the world as compassionate and reasonable. But that too is wrong, because most of the world will never see Israel as anything other than those pesky Yids who didn’t have the decency to line up quietly and march into the gas chambers.

California’s fires are not a coincidence. California is a dry state. Southern California swimming pools get filled with imported water. Marin County lawns get water from Napa and Sonoma aquifers that are running dry. Despite the fact that the population in California has almost doubled in 60 years, we’ve had almost no water infrastructure investment in that time. And as Trump pointed out, to protect the Delta Smelt, the state releases millions of gallons of fresh water into the Bay, rather than directing it to farming.

Russia is poor and relatively weak compared to the West, but it remains out of reach culturally and politically. It’s ability to thrive outside the new world order suggests the new world order cannot include the whole world. Central to the liberal impulse, going back to Wilson, has been the notion that it must conquer the globe. Russia is like a stain that they cannot get out of the fabric of global society. Putin is a new Tsar, the return of that same stubborn problem they cannot resolve.

When you start with a pre-literate functional moron with delusions of grandeur and a communism fetish, the fruit isn’t going to fall very far from the tree: (LUNITARDIA) On Cuomo Prime Time, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that socialized medicine will be affordable because people will no longer have to pay for funerals. This from someone with no less than a degree in economics and international relations from Boston University, and over $100K in unpaid student loans to prove it.

The old saying “€œif every bank error is in the bank’€™s favor, get a new bank”€ applies here. If every coin toss is in Hillary’€™s favor, get a new coin tosser. If every media article from your chosen outlet slants Left, get a new outlet. Note, too, that whenever an election is close and we have to start digging for uncounted ballots, the count always favors the Democrat. This is happening right now in Ohio. But it likewise happened in my home state of Florida in 2000. Every time a pile of uncounted votes was discovered, it invariably favored the Democrat. And they have the temerity to accuse us of election fraud.

The New York Times, which genuflects to billionaires like no other paper, even featured Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world —at least last week—as a “tech style icon… with mud-brown scruff of hair shaved rigorously clean, and with biceps grown bulgy.” Four large pictures of one of the world’s ugliest men accompanied the puff piece by Vanessa Friedman, who should really be ashamed of herself. Bezos is a pop-eyed, bald, Concorde-nosed mogul whom Friedman breathlessly describes as focused on saving time. Now she writes he “has acquired an entire wardrobe of bomber jackets.”

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  • OneGuy August 14, 2018, 8:48 AM

    Re: Assisted dying. This is not that much different in the U.S. They will not keep you in the hospital. You will get “hospice care” at home. You will get pain relief that will also reduce your ability to function normally. Your caregiver will be told to not call 911 if your health/condition takes a sudden bad turn. You are after all being sent home to die. You will not be readmitted into a hospital because you are in hospice care expected to die. What you get is a pain patch so strong that you could cut your leg off without pain and you will lie their lethargically until you die. That is hospice care in the U.S.

  • Casey Klahn August 14, 2018, 9:24 AM

    OneGuy said it all re: healthcare socialized. Damn. Triple Cali’s budget, and get back shitty, evil healthcare. No thanks.

    Modern art isn’t funny anymore: I agree, it is stagnant. But, the Richard Burton reading is fully a Modernist event. Every time you pass a syntax error in verse, it makes my point. Nothing new can be old.

    What I really want to add, based on my knowledge of war, is that we can indeed do something in Afganistan this time. But, before I say that, did anyone notice how VoxP contradicts himself in his one paragraph? We couldn’t win, yet we accomplished our goals with the occupation? That line of reasoning is so full of holes I can’t even begin.

    We went into the Middle East and fought a couple of wars. This changed the paradigms. Before, it was the third rail of geopolitics; you just couldn’t go there because the whole region and then the world would implode. OTC, we went, established a base of operations, and took initiative away from the Muslim terrorists whose shit had boiled over to the extent that they took down 2 of our capitol buildings in the heart of NYC, the fucking business capital of the world. That was game on, and game we gave. Now, it is popular to shit on that. Why? Because it’s taken too long. You fucking pussy. How long did the Crusades last?

    It bears evaluating whether and what infantry can now do in Afghanistan. Maybe they are needed, and maybe not. The Petraeus doctrine ran its course. Time to apply some “legacy” maneuver theory to the problem, a la Mattis style. Arclight up their ass. Drop flyers to clear out all civilians from what is essentially a lot of hell hole desert nothing. Identify suspected tunnels and operational nodes. B-52 and B-1 the shit out of those; MOAB and JDAM them to hell. Leave a big, smoking hole, and televise it.

    It doesn’t matter if we hit anything. It only matters that we show it. The strategic mojo will go to us, and then the next move can be whatever we like. Bring the troops home – fine. What matters is that the M Terrorists will have less game. They took some ground back. BFD. There’s ground, and there’s initiative. Our will, and not theirs. That is critical and cannot be given up.

  • tim August 14, 2018, 9:28 AM

    I can think a few thousands things worse than dying in hospice care, or at home, under the influence of massive amounts of pain medication.

    But to each his own, go ahead die “with dignity”. WTF ever that means.

  • Donald Sensing August 14, 2018, 9:39 AM

    OneGuy: Having been a full-time Methodist minister for more than 20 years, I cannot say you are wrong. My own mother died at age 86 under hospice care. She was diagnosed with state 4 lung cancer only six weeks prior – she had never smoked and had never complained of pain or distress except shortness of breath, which is what led to her doctor visit.

    One of her lungs was almost completely cancerous, with very large fluid accumulation in it and not quite as much in the other. Radiation was not doable because it is a precision weapon that has no effect on an area target. Chemo had a very low chance of success (stage 4) and many people do not know that chemotherapy is actually a violent treatment. Her condition was so gone that chemo had as much chance of killing her itself as the cancer.

    So what is the alternative to hospice? I am well aware that as medicine becomes more and more socialized, hospice will be prescribed earlier and more frequently. (Not “may be prescribed” but will be prescribed because that’s what socialism does.) Even so, there are cases like my mom’s where the alternative to hospice is to send the person home without palliative care and let her die in severe pain and distress.

    Welcome to the 21st century, where we have invented more sophisticated ways to screw ourselves over.

  • Dr. Jay August 14, 2018, 12:41 PM

    Canada hospice
    Will answer calls from now on
    Only with Haiku

  • AmericusMagnus August 14, 2018, 1:04 PM

    Casey Klahn –
    “Time to apply some “legacy” maneuver theory to the problem, a la Mattis style. Arclight up their ass. Drop flyers to clear out all civilians from what is essentially a lot of hell hole desert nothing. Identify suspected tunnels and operational nodes. B-52 and B-1 the shit out of those; MOAB and JDAM them to hell. Leave a big, smoking hole, and televise it.”

    – Man I love the way you think. It’s a rare day indeed when I come across someone with as much love of violence against one’s enemies as I have myself.

  • azlibertarian August 14, 2018, 1:41 PM

    Regarding the enormous costs of socialized medicine…now estimated at “$32.6 trillion for ten years”, most of us have little appreciation for just what that means. To illustrate what we’re talking about here, I like to use this little illustration (which, like all my good ideas, was stolen, fair and square, from something I saw here)…..

    When we want to visualize a second, most of us use a little device like “One Thousand One, One Thousand Two, etc”. Or maybe you use “One Mississippi, Two Mississippi, etc”.

    But what about a million seconds? When was that? Well, if you do the math, a million seconds ago was…..

    ….11 days ago. I have a hard time remembering dinner last night, but if you made me, I could probably tell you what I was doing 11 days ago.

    But if a million seconds ago was 11 days ago, what does a billion seconds look like? Again, if you do the math, you find that that was……

    ….In 1986.

    And then we come to a trillion. A trillion seconds ago was…..

    ….Somewhere around 30,000BC.

    So when they tell you that this new program will run $X billion dollars, or that the fed.gov has a deficit of $20 trillion, that’s what they’re talking about. They’ve spent more money than they have (or more correctly “we’ve allowed them to spend”) to the tune of a dollar a second for the next 600,000 years. BTW, the student loan balance (most of which I believe will never be paid off) is something like $1.2 trillion.

  • azlibertarian August 14, 2018, 1:49 PM

    Regarding hospice care, I had a good experience with my father’s hospice. If there would have been an autopsy, they might have been able to show that it was the morphine that killed him. But they would have been wrong. He had a terminal cancer which was eating him up. The morphine, while it might have been what killed him, also eased his pain as he left this world. He died exactly as he wanted to die: In his home, with the woman that he loved nearby.

    I can only hope that I will be that lucky.

  • Fletcher Christian August 14, 2018, 2:38 PM

    Casey:

    I disagree with you. Your solution is too expensive and not effective enough, because there are other lunatics all over the world suffering from the same brand of mental illness. There are terrorists sharing the same philosophy and rules of engagement in Nigeria, the Phillippines, Indonesia, Sudan, Egypt, Turkey, Somalia, Xianyang (sp?), Saudi Arabia, Yemen, the whole of North Africa, much of Central Asia, Kenya, Bangladesh and Pakistan – to say nothing of fairly large numbers in many Western countries as well, and probably places I’ve missed.

    No. Cut it off at source. There are only two, maybe three, focuses of this particular brand of cancerous mental infection. Use cautery. Problem over, permanently.

    How much, after all, does one MIRV Trident or Peacekeeper cost?

  • Casey Klahn August 14, 2018, 3:01 PM

    Fletcher, I suppose if we knew where every bad guy was, or the “source,” then we could smart bomb them. I’m having trouble following your train of thought on that. My train of thought is: use some explicit violence and make sure it shows. It is the act, the intention to act, more than the target. The aim in war, is to disabuse your enemy of his will to act.

    My thinking is to shake all the enemies with one move. “Those F###ers are crazy” is a good result. You can be sure that Russia and China are both still impressed with America’s WW II display of power. Neither of them has anything close to the power, the savvy, or the wherewithal to project a Nimitz/MacArthur type armada like the one we projected across the Pacific in ’42-’45.

    Let’s look at it in another way. Putin went into Syria with absolutely no physical goal in mind. He could give 2 shits for Assad; you know that, right? His whole reason for going into Syria was to take a seat at the geopolitical table called the Middle East. It was a brilliant move because anything that happened to his forces, or in the theater, was irrelevant. The fact is he went, and has taken the decision to go.

    If we leave Afagistan without a decision, which I think is likely, then we ought to go with the message loud and clear. Fuck with us, and see what happens to you. That message is an absolute strategic necessity.

  • Casey Klahn August 14, 2018, 3:03 PM

    Fletcher, I suppose if we knew where every bad guy was, or the “source,” then we could smart bomb them. I’m having trouble following your train of thought on that. My train of thought is: use some explicit violence and make sure it shows. It is the act, the intention to act, more than the target. The aim in war, is to disabuse your enemy of his will to act.

    My thinking is to shake all the enemies with one move. “Those F###ers are crazy” is a good result. You can be sure that Russia and China are both still impressed with America’s WW II display of power. Neither of them has anything close to the power, the savvy, or the wherewithal to project a Nimitz/MacArthur type armada like the one we projected across the Pacific in ’42-’45.

    Let’s look at it in another way. Putin went into Syria with absolutely no physical goal in mind. He could give 2 shits for Assad; you know that, right? His whole reason for going into Syria was to take a seat at the geopolitical table called the Middle East. It was a brilliant move because anything that happened to his forces, or in the theater, was irrelevant. The fact is he went, and has taken the decision to go.

    If we leave Afagistan without a decision, which I think is likely, then we ought to go with the message loud and clear. Fuck with us, and see what happens to you. That message is an absolute strategic necessity.

  • Ten August 14, 2018, 3:33 PM

    Regarding the enormous costs of socialized medicine…now estimated at “$32.6 trillion for ten years”, most of us have little appreciation for just what that means.

    True as that is, apparently none of us have any appreciation for what ten times that figure means either. And haven’t for a century, more or less, adjusted into pre-2018 dollars.

    The nation is some quarter to a third of a quadrillion dollars upside down and not only does nobody care, nobody even knows how, if they know at all.

    This we call conservatism: the utter, fabulous, perfect inability to maintain – or even recognize – the minimal state you were bequeathed without pissing all over it while at the same time taking each and every cue from the left, raving mad as it is. Because, as we all know, the way to take care of your shit is to keep letting the violent abusive drunk back in the house every single night of the week, month, and year while yowling at him or her endlessly.

  • John The River August 14, 2018, 4:10 PM

    Dr. Jay

    Very nice.

  • Snakepit Kansas August 14, 2018, 6:47 PM

    Tim,
    I hear you. There will not be much dignity toward my end unless I am killed instantly in a car wreck or a piano falls on me. I am independent as most come. I would rather help someone 100X over being helped. Hubris??? I fell off a ladder in late 2002 and was impaled by a piece of sheet metal upon my sudden stop on the ground. The wound put me in a position of having to rely on others for meals, transportation, etc. and one night my desire to not ask for help was overwhelmed. I had run out of pain medications and my refusal to call a friend had me suffer through the night through some intense pain. I finally tapped out early in the morning and called a buddy who had some left over Lortabs from a vasectomy. That got me by until I got a legal pain med refill later that day. A few weeks later I met him in the hall at work and started to thank him for helping me out with unannounced dinners, rides to the doctor and the pain meds. Uncharacteristicly, I broke down and started to cry. My big 350 lb. friend enveloped me with a big hug as I worked to regain my composure. It is easier for many of us to give than receive. At some point in our life, we will likely need to simply receive until our end. I do not relish that thought, nor the level of dignity that we would prefer, yet for most of us, our forthcoming burden to endure.

  • ghostsniper August 14, 2018, 7:21 PM

    Excellent Snake. It was like you pulled most of that right out of my brain.
    I too hate to ask for help of any kind and go way the other way, helping others all the time, just because.
    When I die I hope I can have whatever it takes to make it less painful and do so right here at home on the couch in front of the big sliding glass doors looking out on the woods.

  • Casey Klahn August 14, 2018, 9:19 PM

    Fletcher, I suppose if we knew where every bad guy was, or the “source,” then we could smart bomb them. I’m having trouble following your train of thought on that. My train of thought is: use some explicit violence and make sure it shows. It is the act, the intention to act, more than the target. The aim in war, is to disabuse your enemy of his will to act.

    My thinking is to shake all the enemies with one move. “Those F###ers are crazy” is a good result. You can be sure that Russia and China are both still impressed with America’s WW II display of power. Neither of them has anything close to the power, the savvy, or the wherewithal to project a Nimitz/MacArthur type armada like the one we projected across the Pacific in ’42-’45.

    Let’s look at it in another way. Putin went into Syria with absolutely no physical goal in mind. He could give 2 shits for Assad; you know that, right? His whole reason for going into Syria was to take a seat at the geopolitical table called the Middle East. It was a brilliant move because anything that happened to his forces, or in the theater, was irrelevant. The fact is he went, and has taken the decision to go.

    If we leave Afagistan without a decision, which I think is likely, then we ought to go with the message loud and clear. Fuck with us, and see what happens to you. That message is an absolute strategic necessity.

  • Howard Nelson August 14, 2018, 11:11 PM

    Dr. Jay —
    I’m savoring your brilliant occidental scene in perfect oriental form. The understated sorrowful dark humor is staggering, rhymeless description of the Beast Becoming Least (long waits for treatment, medical inexpertise).
    The rhythm boundary of the 3 lines, the heart beat of 5-7-5 syllables, the truth.
    Rare and well done!
    Encore!

    John The River’s comment: gold.

  • ghostsniper August 15, 2018, 10:48 AM

    $50k ain’t much these days in the business environ.
    For 3 cornered chicken drawers.
    1/4 goes to materials, 1/4 goes to labor, 1/4 goes to the man
    that leaves 1/4 for profit
    @$29.95 each, you can see there’s not much leeway there.
    Problem is a very select market.
    However if you do it as an enjoyable hobby and make a few coins at the same time … win-win!

  • ghostsniper August 15, 2018, 10:50 AM

    Personally, I think every well dressed chicken should be donning a matching bonnet.
    Maybe a cape would be cool.
    BATCHICKEN!