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This city is afraid of me. I have seen its true face. The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood and when the drains finally scab over, all the vermin will drown. The accumulated filth of all their sex and murder will foam up about their waists and all the whores and politicians will look up and shout “Save us!”… and I’ll look down and whisper “No.” They had a choice, all of them. They could have followed in the footsteps of good men like my father or President Truman. Decent men who believed in a day’s work for a day’s pay. Instead they followed the droppings of lechers and communists and didn’t realize that the trail led over a precipice until it was too late. Don’t tell me they didn’t have a choice. Now the whole world stands on the brink, staring down into bloody Hell, all those liberals and intellectuals and smooth-talkers… and all of a sudden nobody can think of anything to say. – – Rorschach

This patient had ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ tattooed on his chest and doctors didn’t know what to do

Every bicoastal cultural wannabe thinks anybody who voted for The Donald is a yahoo who sleeps with his sister and wants to reintroduce slavery. The fact that slavery exists in Africa today doesn’t seem to bother the wannabes. Worse, it doesn’t seem to bother African-Americans, who complain nonstop, refuse to stand for the national anthem, and take Muslim names. Half the pros in American sports are called Jamal or Mohammed. The fact that Arabs enslaved them and then shipped them and sold them does not count. Nor does it matter that talking about blacks enslaving other blacks as I write this is in itself considered racist. As the drunk said to the sheriff when he woke up in a cell, something’s very wrong here. – -Trial by Fury

How Zarafa, France’s First Giraffe, Became a Cultural Sensation

The Church Of Cuck Christian organizations decided to fully join the political system and as a result they became political organizations themselves. This opened them up to infiltration by the same sorts of people who animate the diseased corpse that is the academy. The religious right is now full of cucks.

A Photo Trip Along the Ancient Silk Road

There Once Was a Dream That Was Rome… Republics are funny things. They are resilient; not brittle or sclerotic like we are told but bending and morphing amazingly without breaking and shattering upon the winds of invention and the changing tides of culture. Our marvelous spontaneous order, millions of free people making free decisions, responding not to the question “Who will let me?” but instead “Who will stop me?” They are hard to control, too decentralized for those who seek power to find that sacred fulcrum which would allow them to seize the state, maneuvering the ship by enslaving the citizens-become-oarsmen.

46 North Korea Facts That Are Almost Too Unbelievable To Be Real North Koreans must have one of 15 approved haircuts. Unmarried women must have short hair while married women have more options.

How the sandwich consumed Britain One of the great strengths of the sandwich over the centuries has been how naturally it grafts on to our lives, enabling us to walk, read, take the bus, work, dream and scan our devices at the same time as feeding ourselves with the aid of a few small rotational gestures of wrist and fingers. The pinch at the corner. The sweep of the crumbs.

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  • Casey Klahn December 5, 2017, 4:31 AM

    Again my cup runneth over. I will enjoy reading each bullet.

    Speaking of which, I can’t recall, in my moderately long lifetime, ever seeing the oppo party go for the impeachment essentially out of the gate. That right there is remarkable, and soils their authenticity, don’t you think? I’ve been waiting for a Trump blip to say that here. If there was ever a time when just looking over your glasses, with your mouth slightly agape, at the impeachbots, then that time is now.

    While I’m being a bit tangental, let me bring in the Tucker Carlson commentary last night, where he detailed the batshit department that the FBI has become. I well remember, with abiding chagrin, how the investigation into Hillary’s e-mails did not include “gross negligence.” It was one of those moments when you read the headline, and your mouth went into a cartoon spasm of incredulity. Now we know that some wanker at FBI changed the wording. Tucker reminded us that an FBI team *allowed,* with prejudice, the Muzzies to go after the cartoonists in Garland, Texas.

    In 1999, I was interviewed by the FBI about a suspicious purchase by middle easterners in which I had been the salesman. They were buying lots of tactical stuff, including radios, and my manager had contacted the law as there was a panic related to Y2K. Nothing unusual, but what did seem very queer to me was how, a couple of months later, the FBI guy was talking to me about another thing (memory fails me – something survival and crime related, and I was a subject matter expert on that stuff so sought out for technical info) –anyway! He was talking to me on another case, and he incidentally remarked that the investigation of the sandchiggers was a nothing-to-see-here thing. Why did I need to know that? It wasn’t me who blew the horn, but it seemed like he was trying to somehow put the period on the point that there was NOTHING TO SEE HERE. And, you know I never go to caps, but shit! That was just a bit ridiculous, and at that point I realized that field agents were just as stupid and unprofessional as the average gumshoe. Just with federal authority dumbshittedness. This was almost 2 decades before I watched, by drone, how the FBI rubbed out a cowboy on a snowy back highway in eastern Oregon for the crime of protesting while armed at a shit stop in the middle of nowhere. He was unarmed at the time, and they dropped a pistol on his still warm body.

    Your tax dollars at work, ladies and gentlemen.

  • Casey Klahn December 5, 2017, 4:32 AM

    Bad syntax up there in that last comment. No edit tool, so I just enjoy the show.