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Scott Adams Can Shoot Any Booster

The “Scott Adams Meltdown”? Oh, all right. Here’s a Mercifully Brief Backgrounder: For some time now the podcast of the once-popular Scott Adams podcast (Real Coffee with Scott Adams ) has been circling the drain. There are a number of reasons for this but their tendrils are all rooted deep in the adamantine ego of Scott Adams and his inability to free himself from the quicksand of his increasingly toxic online personality. Indeed, the ScottAdamsSays show has become all about the aberrant online personality projected by Adams retaining its primacy in the face of withering contempt and criticism. The result has been to watch Adams react in increasing levels of contempt for his audience until… the Shelly Moment.

In that moment of inspired if not intentional trolldom that will live in infamy one commenter named only Shelly managed to ask a question so soft and yet so slyly barbed that she triggered the tirade of rage whipped misogyny on Adams part; a rage that seemed determined at times and all by itself to keep the C-word alive in the 21st century. A rage I must say I am certain was not at all triggered by the fact that Adams’ ex-wife was also named Shelly. And yet triggered it was.

Barely were the flecks of his foaming rage dry upon his face than another always unpleasant and sometimes repellent Internet personality arrived on the scene as one “Vox Day” to apply salt to Adams’ self-imposed lacerations and plug in the belt sander.

Next step? This salvo in the always problematic genre known as “Cracker Rap;” this knock-out sucker punch Adams did not see coming and clearly invited, “Scott Adams Can Shoot Any Booster”.

Yes in this Battle of the Twits Adams gets the shitty end of a very sharp stick. Yes yes. Yes yes. But. If he did not more and more resemble a talking penis with every passing day Adams’ mere humanity would argue for empathy. But in “Scott Adams Can Shoot Any Booster”, no whisp of empathy can be found. It is, after all, a creation of that stealth Jesuit, Vox Day. This is raw radium Internet flaming from which the subject cannot soon hope to recover his shredded persona, if ever. This is a permanent page in his Eternal Internet Scrapbook and Tweet Mausoleum.  This is Mega Mockery by a master of the mow down. This is your scorched earth, Adams. Lie down and let the grass do its work.

Then again one is, upon reflection, mindful of the observation by Henry Kissinger, “Academic politics are so vicious because the stakes are so small.”

[HT: Hyland]

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  • Mike Austin January 18, 2022, 12:12 AM

    All the time that Adams had spent building—inventing, really—an internet persona was gone in 60 seconds. Such a tirade did not come out of nowhere. It was always with Adams, more or less tightly controlled and more or less invisible to the public. But no more. This outburst will follow him forever.

    Reading his biography reveals that Adams was always a really weird guy. Adams credited a Dale Carnegie Training course with “changing his life.” Carnegie wrote the book “How to Win Friends and Influence People”. The irony.

    • mmack January 18, 2022, 3:16 AM

      Scott Adams has two things he’s ridden throughout his career:

      – The Dilbert cartoon
      – “Predicting” Donald Trump’s election to the Presidency in 2016

      The cartoon was a breath of fresh air when I was starting out in the corporate world in the 1990s. Scott freely admits though that many if not most of his strip ideas are emailed, texted, or posted to him. He’s also admitted cartooning is something he succeeded in after years of failure in other areas of life. I’ll give the guy credit for admitting he tried, failed, and eventually found something he was good at.

      The “prediction” thing was easy: Hillary Clinton lost because she’s Hillary Clinton and too arrogant to listen to the one person in her marriage who was elected President of the United States.

      It seems to me, and others may correct me, that the election “prediction” is where Scott fell off the rails and “got high on his own supply”. 4D chess and all that.

      • OneGuy January 18, 2022, 7:34 AM

        Hillary Clinton lost because they under estimated Trump and didn’t cheat nearly as much as they needed to, to win. They cheated, but were sly about it. THAT is why the cheat in 2020 was so massive. They no longer cared about hiding it, they only wanted to win. It is likely that the Trump landslide in 2020 was 25 million votes more than Biden. THAT is what they had to reverse. They programmed the machines to give Biden 13% of Trump’s votes (that’s a 26% steal). They printed over 5 million mail in ballots and only voted for Biden and no one else on them. Then they were in such a hurry they didn’t even bother to fold the ballots as they are before they are sent out. The steal was so obvious that they have spent the last 14 months covering it up and still most people know it was stolen.

    • Alex G January 18, 2022, 4:42 AM

      I used to listen to SA regularly but I’ve not heard him in some time now, so I was unaware of his ‘rant’. That said, watching this ridiculous video helps me not one bit, and certainly doesn’t sway me to the side of the person who created it. How fkn annoying.

      • Andrew X January 18, 2022, 7:35 AM

        Pursuant to Alex’s comment, I’ll make mine simpler – What the HELL are you all talking about?? I know Adam’s has antagonized the right people in the past, I admire that. So what the hell is going on here? What did “Shelly” say that was so brilliant? How has Adams changed? Why is this a thing?

        Neither the post nor video seems to give us the slightest clue. You’ve certainly piqued my curiosity…

  • Ambiguousfrog January 18, 2022, 3:00 AM

    Catchy tune.

  • mmack January 18, 2022, 3:05 AM

    You know Gerard, I don’t know what’s worse:

    Scott Adams on an unhinged rant.
    Teddy Spaghetti (Vox Day) trying to be “Hip with the kids” doing a rap video.

    Be prepared to be denounced as a Mid-wit by The Greatest Internet Blogger That Ever Lived ™.

    • Hedge January 18, 2022, 4:34 AM

      I was going to say the same. Best thing anyone could do is to never mention either of them again.

  • Mike Austin January 18, 2022, 3:45 AM

    Vox Day’s taste in music is adolescent and deplorable. His constant beating up on “Boomers” is simply weird. He even writes songs and poetry berating them, and fantasizes about smothering them with a pillow. He continually reminds us mere mortals how brilliant he is. He is obsessed with cartoons and comic books. He does not take criticism well. He relishes any news about how bad the US Military has become. He sincerely desires China to inflict a defeat upon the US. In all particulars he considers China to be a vast improvement over the US. His writings about China are simply treasonous. He is an American “Lord Haw-Haw “.

    Other than these Vox Day is a fine human being.

    • ghostsniper January 18, 2022, 4:37 AM

      I’ve mentioned before, I can “read” any motherfucker in 30 seconds or less, even across the room. I saw 30 secs of Adams years ago and wondered what the attraction was. Even his Dilbert effort was mostly infantile and easily passed over. I never delved into him deeply enough to wonder about any ulterior motive or drive. Just another retard on the web.

      In the past year I took Day to the woodshed a couple times and at best he is cowardly. He is nowhere near the intellectual giant he believes, and has caused an army of elementary school sized intellects to believe, and doesn’t wander far off center of his particular plan.

      I did a little delving and found out that his berating of boomers is just as I suspected. Pure jealousy and envy with a stout dosage of family angst. Basically, he is a lazy ass with minimal intelligence and a lot of easily purchased arrogance. A hollow person with no core values and intense anger at anything and anyone that he perceives is better than him. If you look at the long view of Day he does nothing remarkable in his blog posts and if anything good can be said of him it is that he takes part in assembling some decent artists and writers into the comic book fandom. I kinda outgrew comic books a few decades ago. FWIW, when our kid was about 10 he and I got heavily involved in comic books for a few years in the late 80’s early 90’s. A few years ago I finally got around to selling a couple thousand issues we had collected and have about 3000 more, bagged, carded, and boxed in archival materials, shelved in the workshop. All are highly collectible 1st editions of the silver age and most likely valued at maybe $100k to anyone interested in that sort of thing.

      • steveaz January 18, 2022, 8:00 AM

        I drop into Vox’s Gab site occasionally. He’s an articulate and loquacious little bastard.

        But at the end of the day, he’s an expatriate American Indian who resides in Belgium, and uses his time and wit to dissect American current events. While I like his spirit, I disagree with his politics for two reasons: he supports limits on our first amendment rights. And, like Scott Adams, he is a creature of the cubicle, preferring his tribe’s sequestration in a BIA-administered reservation, to joining his fellow freemen in the rough-and-tumble of a wide-ranging American life

        If you want to see his inner-Gamma come out, suggest dissolving the Bureau of Indian Affairs in one of his comments threads. Or, point out that 80% of American Indians vote with their feet and flee their reservations the first chance they get, and watch his head explode!

  • David January 18, 2022, 4:29 AM

    From the sounds of it, some things are better unread, unwatched, unheard. Now my lady friend says it’s better to have heard that than be deaf but sometimes…

    • Mike Austin January 18, 2022, 4:48 AM

      I come down on the side of your lady friend. Watching that video gave us knowledge about Adams that we did not possess before. Now we know. He is worth no one’s time.

  • John Venlet January 18, 2022, 4:58 AM

    A new category akin to Warhol’s quip of 15 minutes of fame? Adam’s will be “15 Minutes of Flameout.”

    • Anonymous January 18, 2022, 10:32 PM

      When I’m super bored and have finished reading the rest of the internet I’ll wander by VD. Can’t say why – I don’t learn anything new, can’t figure out a coherent philosophy (he just loves China, which doesn’t jibe with other stated views like Christianity) and he gets fixations over bloggers and personalities ranging from Jordon Peterson to this latest Scott Adams thing. Like one rant would be fine but he keeps posting and posting again. These rants get to wearisome levels although I did find this video amusing. He overtly tries to bait liberals and boomers with over the top comments which I don’t take seriously but as a type of performance art.

      I don’t have patience to listen to podcasts and videos so don’t have anything to say about Adams once he left the blog form. Back then he was writing stuff on hypnotism and persuasion which I thought was meh. Seeing this meltdown maybe he should have stayed with that.

  • Kevin in PA January 18, 2022, 5:55 AM

    Never been terrible impressed with SA, or Dilbert.
    I was willing to see what all the fuss was about….until I had to create a password and sign-in to watch on YouTube.
    I couldn’t be bothered.

    • Princess Cutekitten January 18, 2022, 6:47 AM

      If anybody knows which episode # it is you can try going directly to YouTube—sometimes that works. I tried to find a transcript, no luck.

      • Vanderleun January 18, 2022, 8:11 AM

        Swapped that video out with one from Vox Day’s place on Bitchute. The management does not apologize for the YouTube treasons.

  • Jack January 18, 2022, 6:39 AM

    Never heard of Adams. Seems as if I missed nothing.

  • Jake January 18, 2022, 6:47 AM

    I LOVED it!!!!!

    Best entertainment I have had all year.

    Thank you Lord for the time I am living in.

  • Tom Hyland January 18, 2022, 6:51 AM

    Gerard, your description of Day and Adams is so very right on. Both these guys are legends in their own minds. Thus, they deserve each other. I watched Adams when he was one of the first to predict Trump’s election. Never watched him again. Ann Coulter, who I still read every now and then, also declared Trump’s victory way early. Smarty pants Day is an occasional read, but very unpleasant to sit and watch. For those who don’t feel like proving their adulthood to youtube I posted a more direct link to Day’s musical rip below the Soviet-style Biden/Fauci posters article. I’ll place it here, too.

  • Charley HuaChu January 18, 2022, 6:54 AM

    Jeez, people, such vitriol. What you gonna do when it’s your turn in the barrel?
    And, sooner or later, everyone gets their turn. I just lost a lot of respect for a lot of folks

    • ghostsniper January 18, 2022, 10:52 AM

      “MY PUSSY HURTS!!!”

    • Mike Austin January 18, 2022, 11:18 AM

      Dear Charley HuaChu: Pointing out the truth is not “vitriol”. As for “our turn in the “barrel”: None of us here is a teenager. We have all been through life’s’ ringers many times.

  • Walter Sobchak January 18, 2022, 7:21 AM

    Catch me caring.

  • El Polacko January 18, 2022, 8:08 AM

    Dilbert’s schtick was entertaining for a while, but boy, he sure is a bitter and insecure asshole who can’t stand to hear discouraging words.

    Here’s a smart guy who parlayed his modest cartooning talent and clever observations into one of the most successful and widely distributed comics in history.

    That has given him a “F*&k you money” level, high eight figure net worth, and an ego to match.

    He lives in an enormous house with an indoor tennis court and pool and a stairway turret fashioned to look like his cartoon creation.

    And on top of it all, he recently married one of the most beautiful women on the planet, at least thirty years his junior, but remains a thin skinned short guy who has to remind everyone who listens how smart and dangerous he is.

    His position on vaccine evangelism can be attributed to the fact that his wealth comes from his cartoon creation getting syndicated around the world by the richest and most powerful of media cartels.

    If he were to really assume an anti-establishment COVID stance, Dilbert and the source of his great wealth would be shut off tomorrow.

    As far as his ‘critic’ Vox Day goes, wasn’t he the guy who was still rockin’ the Heinrich Himmler haircut in his website bio photo not too long ago?

    They deserve each other.

    • Princess Cutekitten January 18, 2022, 8:43 AM

      And I’m sure it’s a love match, she’d have married this bald, wrinkly guy old enough to be her father even if he were asking people “Would you like fries with that?” 🙄

  • Hoss January 18, 2022, 8:09 AM

    Vox is the “Dark Lord” don’t you know? At least that is what most of his boot licking army of boomer haters call him. Before his change of internet venue, you could post freely and read what his minions were whining about. After one of his ‘boomer rants” that focused on how terrible boomer parents are he got this huge number of comments from disaffected offspring of boomers. I read through a number of them that ran along the lines of- my dad never showed me what certain tools were for- and mom never taught me how to bake. It was pathetic. I left a post that pointed out those two posts specifically as well as the overall mental weakness of his “army” of sycophants. I also let him know that there were plenty of boomers out there that would welcome an attempt by him to throw one of his “pillow parties” as he calls them. His reply was- “our children will build monuments in honor of us” which I took to mean my children will build monuments in honor of me.
    The guy is such a narcissist that the day after Rush Limbaugh passed, he was saying that Rush was nothing more than a gate keeper for the establishment. He truly believes that no one is as pure as him in regard to Christianity and Conservatism. His ego knows no bounds.

  • PA Cat January 18, 2022, 8:43 AM

    Been wondering for years about all the fuss about Scott Adams– I’m relieved to know I haven’t missed anything. As for VD (his initials are certainly fitting, no?) and his Boomer Remover mindset, I’m reminded of Henry Kissinger’s remark about the Iran-Iraq War back in the day: a pity they both can’t lose.

  • Dirk January 18, 2022, 8:59 AM



    • Tom Hyland January 18, 2022, 10:53 AM

      I’m curious, Dirk. What is this VI you place under every statement you post?

      • Dirk January 18, 2022, 4:03 PM

        Hi Tom, the VI, is Village Idiot. Many moons ago, I got into a disagreement with one of the clowns over on American Partisan, he called me an idiot, he’s right more often then not.

        So in NC Scouts honor, my NEW pen name is Village Idiot.


        • Tom Hyland January 18, 2022, 5:21 PM

          Lend yourself a bit o’ dignity and stop doing that.

        • gwbnyc January 18, 2022, 9:09 PM

          so my wait for you to advance it to “7” is futile…

          was a joint for years at W14th and 9th Ave, “Village Idiot” with a signboard on the sidewalk that announced, “alcoholism taught here”.

  • gwbnyc January 18, 2022, 9:15 AM

    music to listen to drunk in some guy’s unheated house after the bars close.

  • edaddy January 18, 2022, 9:20 AM

    Revenge of the Nerds, Part II … Only this time they’re fighting each other!

  • Bunny January 18, 2022, 9:27 AM

    The full rant throws some light on the situation. Disturbing and cathartic to watch the meltdown. Heh.

  • Princess Cutekitten January 18, 2022, 9:49 AM

    I’ll never buy another Dilbert collection, not even at Half Price Books.

  • James ONeil January 18, 2022, 10:40 AM

    Shucky darn, it’s years since I’ve read or listened to any Vox or Adams.

    This did prompt me to find what Vox is saying on GAB now. His leadin post: “FAIR WARNING: All shills, gammas, retards, critics, pedants, and social justice warriors are muted and blocked on sight. I am not interested in debate, discourse, or “ackshually” in this medium. If you disagree with what I post, that’s absolutely fine, but please note that I am not at all interested in hearing your opinions, corrections, or criticisms.”

    I think his last sentence, “I’m not interested in debate… hearing your opinions…”, pretty much defines both him and Adams.

    OK we’ve all, all folks in general, pretty much actors, or artists, or writers , or pundits, or bar stool philosophers looking for an audience.

    Obviously Vox and Scott have found theirs; Vox Day (& maybe spacebunny) is Vox Days perfect audience and Scott is quite happy listening to himself.

  • Plague Monk January 18, 2022, 2:19 PM

    I first found Pox via the late, great writer Jerry Pournelle several years ago. Dr. Pournelle couldn’t get the last There Will Be War collection done by his normal publisher, and Night managed to persuade Dr. Pournelle to have his publishing house publish it.
    I enjoy reading Pox Night, even if I don’t agree with him most of the time. For one thing, my blood pressure is lower than it should be, and reading him helps to elevate it to more reasonable levels.
    I had more respect for him a few years ago, and even participated in a few of his GoFundMe campaigns. I never got anything, natch, and I managed to get out of his movie project without paying anything.
    If one wants to rile Pox, why not ask him how his movie project is going?
    He lost my limited respect with his poppycock about the “fake” moon landings, followed by his professed admiration for Chairman Xi and Red China. And his well known disdain for engineering and STEM annoys me quite a bit.
    While he often links interesting pieces on the Kung-Flu, that’s about the only thing that he gets right these days, and his rants about the alleged social sexual hierarchy are almost as banal as Andy Anglin’s dreary and unfunny tirades about the Jooos. I’d love to see a WWE cage match between Vox and Andy, but I’d probably fall asleep from boredom.

  • Dirk January 18, 2022, 5:11 PM

    What could Vox, or these other knuckleheads possibly teach you. Those guys perception of self importance amuses me. Regular blog personalities.

    I’ve been reading many blogs here from members here on AD I’m truly impressed !

    I’m finding peace and calm in many, we’ll all the blogs shared here on AD.


    Thank you.

  • KCK January 18, 2022, 7:36 PM

    Pride goeth before a fall.

    Happens to me all the time.

    No, fuck the boosters and the vax. Seriously. My next trip to the doctor is going to be a mean mutha. I will have to practice my tact and circumspection for hours and days beforehand.

    Righty Pols have certainly shot themselves in the foot often and, when they do, it’s almost irrevocable.

    • John Venlet January 19, 2022, 6:32 AM

      My next trip to the doctor is going to be a mean mutha.

      My next doctor trip is Monday, the 24th, Casey, and I’m pondering what will go down also, because I refuse to take the jab, and will not. Since I had The GoFF (Gain of Function Flu (manmade)), I’ve been dealing with some arm and hand issues, and my initial guess is that this has resulted from the transverse myelitis injury I incurred back in 2009 in my C4 vertebrate. Interestingly enough, the EU has put out an advisory that those who take the jab could possibly come down with transverse myelitis. It’s supposed to be a rare disease, causing complete paralysis in a third of the folks who come down with it, a third have partial paralysis, and a third get completely better. I fall into the second category, though I’m not partially paralyzed, I just have to contend with my right hand and forearm constantly feeling like I’ve hit my funny bone. Rather disconcerting at times. I’ll probably post something about my doc visit afterwards.

      • KCK January 19, 2022, 7:14 AM

        John, my retired ARNP wife has taught me the myriad rule-outs of almost any diagnosis. There was a day and age before Coof when I was instructed never to tell the doc your diagnosis, just your symptoms. That comes down to billable items and they fuck-not with your time, your solutions, nor your opinions. Blame for the sorry state of medical affairs goes to insurance; don’t ask me the solution but it’s a long conversation.
        FF to Obama, socialization of medicine (I guess) and now the insurance companies and the medical community throwing their hands up and just crying: COOF!
        I guess my only advice, if asked, would be to wait for an actual diagnosis of transverse myelitis (I can’t tell by your comment if you got this from an injury or a jab?).
        I only know that certain docs actually care about medicine, and sometimes even about you, the patient. Them there are the rest…
        Yes, I wonder if my next doc appointment will include counseling about the jab. In my state, the guv wants to make refusing jab counseling an offense that is punishable by involuntary quarantine.
        Here are some possible phrases for my visit. “Doctor, do you report this counseling to another entity, or to the state health board?”
        Remember when we used to say that taking the vax was between you and your doctor? What fantasy world were we living in, then? It’s between you, your doctor, and ultimately Hitler.
        Take care and do report your visit.

        • John Venlet January 19, 2022, 8:15 AM

          (I can’t tell by your comment if you got this from an injury or a jab?).

          Casey, I was diagnosed with transverse myelitis back in 2009, and treated for same at that time. It occurred in my C4 vertebrate, and left me with damaged nerves in that vertebrate, which will never heal, thus the constant hit funny bone feeling in my right hand and forearm.

          I have NOT taken any jabs for years, not flu shots, not shingles shots, nothing. I think my last jab was a tetanus shot, probably over ten years ago.

          I appreciate the advice you posted, Casey. I’ll report what occurs on Monday.

  • John G Condon January 18, 2022, 8:58 PM

    “Shoot any booster”?

    Huh… that sure is a headscratcher.

    Oh great and horrible insult, where is thy sting?

  • gw January 18, 2022, 10:10 PM

    Adams – vulgar, small-minded, narcissist. Pretender to being someone above his pay grade.

  • Gordon Scott January 19, 2022, 5:56 AM

    I used to pay Vox Day quite a bit of attention. He has interesting insights on many topics, and he’s a leader in pioneering new platforms that avoid the leftist censorship. He’s also a 160 IQ, and man, we must all be grateful he deigns to communicate with us. It’s hard for him.

    He also was a syndicated columnist who got more pageviews than Ben Shapiro, which is why Shapiro Gets $25,000 Per Appearance to Destroy Liberals and Vox Day podcasts from his library.

    His how-to-fight SJW books are very valuable reading, no kidding there. He saw that situation early. He also has 160 IQ, and that makes it painful for him to talk to mere mortals.

    I broke with him when he decided to attack Jordan Peterson. Sure, Peterson is not a conservative, but he’s created many. He’s not an enemy in any sense. But (my guess) Vox wanted to publish a hit book on Peterson, so he started running Peterson down. I objected, and was told I wasn’t needed round those parts, and have never returned, despite his 160 IQ.

    Scott Adams (ah, ha-ha) also has some valuable insights. He’s a trained hypnotist, you know, and if you don’t, you will soon learn, ah ha-ha. He is a persuasion expert, who could be elected president if he so chose. His astonishing ignorance on certain topics (he thought Antifa was a social club) can amaze one, ah ha-ha.

    I was listening when he did his Shelley rant. He is very intolerant of people who claim to know what he is thinking, ah ha-ha. Since he has a lot of trolls, he gets to be intolerant often. It’s his blog and his podcast, and he’s a trained hypnotist. I listen for interesting things, and when he goes off on one of his master of persuasion bits on vaccines or masks, I stop listening, ah ha-ha.

    Oh, and didja know that trained hypnotists have a special secret talent that allows them to mind control everyone, but, like the Justice League, they only use their powers for good?

    Adams and Vox Day are surprisingly alike. They are entrepreneurial, good communicators, insightful, and both tend to wall up inside their castle with their very good looking wives.

  • Mike Austin January 19, 2022, 9:33 AM

    So let me guess—I’m just really spit-balling here—Vox has an IQ of 160? Did I nail it or what! And on point: Day and Adams are alike. Thus the hatred. Adams is trespassing upon Day’s territory.

    And alas, my IQ is just 141. I had better acquire a broom and a mop and start cleaning bathrooms.

    • Vanderleun January 19, 2022, 10:22 AM

      Sawdust. Pack a lot of sawdust.

    • John G Condon January 19, 2022, 1:35 PM

      meh…. 127, Still in the top 5%, though.

      (Go me – while I sit in my 60 Deg F, light bulb hanging from the ceiling, office, disguised as store-room.)

  • Glenfilthie January 20, 2022, 2:18 AM

    What a wonderful contrast of the generation war, Gerard – and a spectacular snapshot of it! I am in a somewhat unique position to appreciate this because I am literally smack-dab between the boomers and the X’ers if you care to define the generational animosity in those terms.

    Adams speaks to the naive elderly boomers that know things are going for a dump, they know they can no longer can trust the mainstream media or the institutions… but they still do, to some extent – possibly out of habit? They see the young ones today as lazy, hateful, childish and ungrateful. There is ample truth to that.

    Vox Day speaks to the the millennials and X’er males that never made it out of their parents’ basement. They are stuck down there playing video games, not growing up and who can blame them? If they go outside, some screeching faggot will want to sodomize them. Or some screeching feminist rage head will want them castrated. They can’t get jobs and start families because diversity is our real strength, and (guess what) – the vibrants hate them too. They are lectured by elderly Boomers like Scott and told that they live in the basement because they are losers, and lazy, and not hard workers like the boomers that had to work for everything they got. Vox is your kid, Boomer – and you bloody well deserve him.

    The real treat is watching the teen Zoomers that mock Vox the same way he mocks Adams. They taunt him with walking across his lawn and get him so worked him up that he is angry enough to shout at the clouds. They are going to taunt and deride him in ways that will make Adams think he got off lightly. He deserves that two.

    I kind of side with the Xers but would like to remind all the demographics: your ALL a-holes, none of you have had it as bad as our late Greatest Generation, and if you did you’d all be whining like little bitches. Do don’t play the hand you want, you play the hand you are dealt. Smile, get along – and leave the whining and bitching to fags like Vox Day and the Dilbert Guy.