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One of the Lizards who is destroying what is left of the United States

“Every time I see a photograph of Jack Dorsey the head of Twitter, I want to wash and shave. It is seldom that another human being has such a hygienic effect on me; especially one I have never personally met. Thanks to him, I may report to gentle reader that, up here in the privacy of the High Doganate (surrounded by jackhammers), I am quite clean-shaven this morning. I was able to resist the temptation to bathe in Dettol, but my shower was the next best thing.” David Warren –Deep tech : Essays in Idleness

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  • David Warren October 16, 2020, 2:07 PM

    David Warren, not David Warner.

  • Stargazer October 16, 2020, 3:41 PM

    Petty tyrant. He thinks he is so important. Fool! One day, just like the rest of us, he will die.

  • Kevin in PA October 16, 2020, 4:12 PM

    Dorsey net worth is estimated at over $10 billion. A former masseur before co-founding Twitter in 2006. He is America’s richest entrepreneur under the age of 40….Zuckerberg is another one – net worth well north of $50 billion…..and I just don’t get it.

    I engage in zero social media. I don’t see the sense in it. I don’t like the politics of either of these commie loving cretin CEOs. Therefore, I am inclined not to utilize their product….if I were not already inclined as I am.

    My questions: What makes these social media platforms worth what they are? What do the likes of Dorsey and Zuckboy offer (their account holders) in return for the massive wealth they have accumulated? I simply see no value in what they offer and I have no interest in climbing onto their big-data wagon so that I may become their product.

  • ghostsniper October 16, 2020, 6:45 PM

    Kevin axed: “What makes these social media platforms worth what they are?”
    A skewed reality where a majority of the worlds inhabitants are obsessed with narcissism.
    We were unfortunate to live during this period.
    So we just have to make the most of it in spite of them.
    Or go on the hunt….

  • Phil in Englewood October 17, 2020, 6:36 AM

    Not lizards, these people are monsters. Monsters who are saturated with evil and seek only to destroy all that is good to satisfy their twisted souls. Tolkein recognized them. Bradbury recognized them. Orwell recognized them. It behooves us to recognize them as such and treat them accordingly.

  • Fuel Filter October 17, 2020, 8:12 AM

    We are infected by him and that sort because we are first infested by low IQ, shallow and generally lowbrow people (such as illegal aliens and dark-skinned welfare suckers) who do nothing but the minimum to allow for self-love and tribal ID.

    Ergo, you get Twatter, FaceBorg, and that sort.

    There is a bit of hope on the horizon, though.

    The head of the FCC announced five or so days ago, he’s going to make some changes (actually he wrote “clarify”, but he’s a Republican) in §230 of the CDA which now protects big tech from doing this kind of shit and also shields them from government action against monopolies.

    Payback ‘sa bitch.

  • Montefrío October 17, 2020, 8:46 AM

    Here, here, Phil! Evil exists and is personified in those people. Sadly, words will not resolve the problem: firmer measures are called for and must be employed. There exists clear and present danger to the very foundation of Western Civilization, without which…

  • Casey Klahn October 18, 2020, 8:58 PM

    In my long life (62 years) I cannot ever imagine Dorsey, et al, surviving in any corporate environment I ever involved myself in. They seem to have not a whit’s understanding of how actual people behave in groups of, well, actual people. I would have absolutely loved to TAC this sad-excuse for sapiens(sic) when I was in uniform and had the godlike power of just rank and my experience, my attitude and legal orders. His shit would’ve smelt for days, it’d be so finely cooked.

    Instead, they have somehow, through the magic of code and hubris, amassed a kingdom of power built upon the phrase “policy”. There idn’t any, you realize that? There are some things written down, to cover their ass in congressional hearings and in the rare event they are asked to explain their behaviors. Their “policy” is the policy of Marx. Well, wait a minute. They actually will answer to the Marxists on their judgement day; Dorsey is in that idiocracy of elites who want to be oligarchs, and the hubris is so chock-full in their heads that they think that they will be “The” Oligarchs who survive the revolution and the counter revolution when the Marxists satanically kill the commutards who establish the first structures in the subdued America they dream of. He won’t. He’s absolutely reeking with the hatred of everyone, friends, enemies, colleagues. No human gets that powerful, and plays that loose with ethics, and has any real friends.

    Oh, my lifetime? I now work on the sosh platforms, as a hapless user. I am the serf of the upagainstthewall interface, and my success is entirely in the hands of toads like Cuckerberg. God help me. Thankfully, my patronage have a thing called memory, and the platforms haven’t yet gotten to the point of flashing-clean their actual human memories. As Bob Dylan once said, “I came in through the door while nobody was watching it. Now, they’re going to have a hard time getting me back out again.”

    Dorsey will go down. Yes, I may need to cache a bottle of something celebratory for when that fuck goes down.

  • Kat in Indiana October 19, 2020, 6:12 AM

    Every time I see him, I think of the evil Romulan brother Narek on “Pickard”.
    I know, my husband insists on watching it, so the evil CBS gets their pound of flesh…