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Strange Daze: Lost in the Crazyzone Again

“Civil Rights”? After Breonna Taylor, SESAME STREET Lynchings? I SPIT ON THEM, by John Derbyshire Civil rights never became self-regenerating as the Americans of 1964 had hoped it would. The legitimacy of civil rights legislation rested on the belief that it would be a transitional measure, leading to a stable, racially mixed society. Professing to oppose racial distinctions in the South, while introducing them on a nationwide basis via affirmative action and other programs, would have been illogical, hypocritical, and unjust if done on a permanent basis. The extra rights of protection and redress that minorities enjoyed were admissible as stopgaps—not as permanent parts of the Constitution.

Permanent, though, is what they became. In a world in which no one was able to say what he really thought, American politics turned into a bizarre tacit bargain, like an embarrassing family secret kept among 300 million people. White people were supposed to console themselves that their superior economic standing somehow “compensated” them for their inferior status as citizens. As their economic standing eroded, though, the consolation rang hollow and the compromise grew unstable.

Hyland: The late great Remus produced a marvelous meme to answer this challenge to describe the beauty of western civilization. A darling little girl is on the phone with her grandma and proclaims to her mother standing by, “Grandma says it’s okay to be white!” Remus continues… “Yes, little one, dear old grandma is right. It’s okay to be white, even though your parents, teachers, friends, the news media, politicians, advertisements, and movie stars tell you it’s not. No, you’re not the enemy of decent people in this world. No, you are not to blame for the stupidity and failure of others. You’ve been lied to and betrayed by everyone who should protect and encourage you. It’s awesome to be white. Western Civilization… leading the world since 1,000 BC.”

The World’s Tallest Building Should Never Have Been Built. Change My Mind.

James 3:9 With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. 10 Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be. 11 Can both fresh water and salt water flow from the same spring? 12 My brothers and sisters, can a fig tree bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs? Neither can a salt spring produce fresh water.

There were once many kind people, and even unkind ones pretended to be good because that was the thing to do. Such pretense was the source of hypocrisy and dishonesty so much exposed in the realist literature at the end of the last century. The unexpected result of this kind of critical writing was that kind people disappeared. Kindness is not, after all, an inborn quality—it has to be cultivated, and this only happens when it is in demand. For our generation, kindness was an old-fashioned, vanished quality, and its exponents were as extinct as the mammoth. Everything we have seen in our times—the dispossession of the kulaks, class warfare, the constant “unmasking“ of the people, the search for an ulterior motive behind every action—all this has taught us to be anything you like except kind. — From Hope Against Hope (1970), by Nadezhda Mandelstam 

 

The Limits Of History – You know that meme that went around on with the founding fathers and “Me and my buddies would already be stacking bodies?” That’s the image of the founding fathers in movies, and heavily influenced by the seventies “they were revolutionaries” thing. They were actually farmers, cobblers, businessmen, lawyers, accountants, husbands, fathers, sons and brothers.

What does that mean? Well, the only ones who were raving about “stacking bodies” were people like Tom Payne, who later went to join the French revolution on the side of the revolutionaries. There was something broken in that man, no matter that he was on the side of good for a little while. The rest of them? A lot, until the last minute, until they signed the Declaration of Independence, thought a reconciliation with England was possible, and waffled on the daily over whether such a thing as separation was needed…..

So, what really happened in the revolutionary war?

They endured far more than we’ve even started to endure, until it reached critical mass. A lot of their striking back was wrong. A lot of the founding fathers seemed to be on both sides at once. A lot of them were on one side, then changed. A lot of the people on the other side, who ran away or learned to be quiet weren’t evil villains. They didn’t support the horrors the English inflicted on the colonies. They’d just not processed them, or thought there must be an explanation, or perhaps knew of the bad things the revolutionaries had done. Or were afraid of being targeted for their religion, in some of the friskier colonies.

So, when you come here and you say “We haven’t rebelled. We’ll never rebel.” you’re talking from the movie in your head, where everyone is fully aware and on the same page you are and everyone understands the constitutional implications of every little thing, and everyone — as one — rises up and–

Can you hear the music swelling? It’s never happened that way.

The New Art Right: A Conversation with Lomez|| Lomez: The question of why contemporary art, or contemporary culture broadly is bad, is a hard one to answer. What is so bad about contemporary art? Well, it is boring for one thing. That is its chief sin. And the reason it is boring is because, by and large, our culture isn’t producing anything new. We are stuck. I won’t bother critiquing the Marvel/Disneyification of middle-brow culture, since that is self-evidently bland and uninventive. But also high-brow art – what gets passed around in MFA programs or presented in prestige films and novels, tends to indulge dysfunction and intellectual vanity and is very bland. People are desperate for a new culture primarily because they are bored by what we have now. They want something new

Gestapo the Steal – Kunstler  To America’s political Left, serving its masters in the runaway deep state, reality itself must be portrayed as “baseless,” as in nothing to see here, folks. Is it any wonder that half the country has gone mental? The reality they don’t want you to see is that the intel-and-surveillance agencies of our Republic have taken on a rogue life of their own as a dominant “fourth branch of government,” and that some time ago they embarked on a crime spree against anyone threatening their operations.


Curtis Yarvin (aka Mencius Moldbug): An Interview
 I am reminded of John Perry Barlow’s famous Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace in 1996: “Governments of the Industrial World, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather! You have no moral right to rule us nor do you possess any methods of enforcement we have true reason to fear.” Statements like this seem laughable now but Barlow was projecting a common belief, and common expectation, of the techno-libertarians who by and large built the internet.

It was nonetheless the ideology of “90s Usenet”” which was this exact same John Perry Barlow ideology, this kind of light techno-libertarian-anarchist vibe (letting anyone be a little bit left, like Barlow himself, or a little bit right, — peace love and unity man –€) which wound up evolving more or less unchanged into the open-society ideology of the blogosphere in the teens. But there was actually a significant technical difference.

What smart guys like Zuckerberg had discovered in the late ’90s (remembering that the ’90s go until 2005) was that the best way to give people the Internet was actually to fake it. In this fake Internet, instead of every user having their own node, each user would be just a row in a single giant database on a single giant server.

From the patriarchal frying pan, the West had jumped into the post-modern fire: “People don’t bother to grow up, and we are all fish swimming in a tank of half-adults. The rule is: Where repression was before, fantasy will now be … Adults regress toward adolescence; and adolescents — seeing that — have no desire to become adults. Few are able to imagine any genuine life coming from the vertical plane — tradition, religion, devotion.”

Explicit Content | History Today  What follows will be explicit because it is about expletives; it may also seem offensive, because it is about how words have become so. Many words we consider, at best, crude were medieval common-or-garden words of description – arse, shit, fart, bollocks, prick, piss, turd – and were not considered obscene. To say ‘I’m going to piss’ was the equivalent of saying ‘I’m going to wee’ today and was politer than the new 16th-century vulgarity, ‘I’m going to take a leak’. Putting body parts or products where they shouldn’t normally be created delightfully defiant phrases such as ‘turd in your teeth’, which appears in the 1509 compendium of the Oxford don John Stanbridge.

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  • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 6:54 AM

    It all shapes up as a systematic effort to obstruct justice by the US Department of Justice. They’ve been doing it consistently since 2016 in all matters pertaining to Mr. Trump, and it is a big reason that the country is now viciously coming apart.

    https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/a-different-sort-of-warrant/

  • tallowpot August 15, 2022, 7:44 AM

    ghostsniper , if I heard correctly, Cash Patel says the raid on President Trump was an effort to hide and destroy evidence of the Russian Hoax and related crimes. The DOJ can hide the evidence, claiming it as an investigation.

  • Joe Krill August 15, 2022, 8:02 AM

    Regarding James 3. Amen!

  • John Venlet August 15, 2022, 8:08 AM

    The closing painting, those crows in the bleakness of winter, seems a fitting ending to this “Strange Daze,” though at the same time the beauty of that painting is uplifting, but not to quite the heights of that leaping humpback whale.

  • Hyland August 15, 2022, 8:26 AM

    There’s been a hell of a lot of Trump worship lately. There’s a lot of that right here at AD. Stop it, already. There are no white hats coming over the ridge to save your ass. Here’s a clip from January 2017, just after Trump’s inaugural parade… the White House luncheon and all the team players applauding each other. Government is exactly like professional wrestling. Everything is fake and all the participants are playing on the same team. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LpwGtuocFk

    • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 12:42 PM

      I have never voted and never will. I have never hired anyone to harm you, me or anyone else. I have hired people to represent me on occasion and there was always a detailed and binding contract at the base. All parties knew their parts and the consequences. The idea that you can hire someone to represent me against my wishes is criminal. Politics should be no different than everyday life unless you believe in unaccountable criminality.

      BTW, the person that believes the Burj Khalifa should never have been built is a parasite and should be killed. https://architizer.com/blog/inspiration/stories/change-my-mind-worlds-tallest-building/

  • Potemkin Society August 15, 2022, 9:06 AM

    Listening lately to the techno/electro update of Strange Days remix with Jim on vocals, it sounds crazy but somehow it works.
    The Daily Mail has the dirty bomb built in Melania’s lingerie cabinet and CW2 bulletin from Das Heimat Schutze and boobs in bikinis!
    Comrade Lefty is excited about “Dark Brando” rounding up all dissidents against the regime and will there be enough jeeps with .50 cal mounts and El Presidente outfits?
    The bananas will sell out fast during the collapse but you can’t really stock up and they have way too many carbs.

  • Joe Krill August 15, 2022, 9:15 AM

    Hyland: President Trump was being diplomatic. A diplomatic goodwill gesture no less. He knew he was in the center of man eating sharks who were already circling, smelling blood. Notice the most heinous creature, (Paul “Back Stabbing” Ryan), to ever sit in the Speaker’s chair only a foot to his left. Ryan’s eyes speak volumes.

    If Ryan had done his job honorably we would not be in the position that we are in today.

    • Hyland August 15, 2022, 10:12 AM

      Keep on believing, Joe. I found Trump amusing at first, way back, but no longer. Trump was bailed out by the Rothschild bank in the early 80’s when his Atlantic City casinos were spiraling the drain. The bankruptcy officer for that institution was Wilber Ross from 1970 until 2000. The bank told Trump he’s got chutzpah and could even be President some day, but there will be payback. Trump bestowed Secretary of Commerce upon Ross at the beginning of his administration. Trump declares himself the “godfather of vaccines” every time he hits a podium. He campaigned vigorously for political candidates that actually voted for his impeachment. Trump hired nothing but saboteurs and traitors to America as his council and cabinet. That’s called payback. I don’t trust the dude. Keep on believing… if you like.

      • Joe Krill August 15, 2022, 12:18 PM

        Hyland, You say “He campaigned vigorously for political candidates that actually voted for his impeachment.” I have to ask who these “Candidates” are. You say he was bailed out by the Rothschild bank–seeing that the Rothschilds are probably the foremost name in “banking” what was the name of the bank associated with the Rothschilds? Chutzpah–he exudes it. He hasn’t mentioned vaccines in a while–not with all the revelations coming out by Birx about how he was intentionally misled. You say he hired nothing but saboteurs and traitors to America. If that is all he hired, then, what are the names of the saboteurs and traitors. Why did you not mention snake in the grass Ryan? Do you consider him a hero?

        • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 12:44 PM

          You’re circling the drain, and you know it.
          Otherwise, why the silly questions?
          Either you get Hyland’s point or you don’t.
          You don’t.

          • Hyland August 15, 2022, 1:02 PM

            Thanks, ghost. Every accusation I brought up is provable. All it takes is some hours of research to answer Joe’s every question and I have no time nor desire to do so. Want some traitors? How about Jeff Sessions… Bill Barr… John Bolton… Anthony Fauci… Christopher Wray… Trump’s asshole son-in-law… these are traitors, saboteurs, scum of humanity. I don’t vote… especially for my next prison warden. Did I hurt your feelings, Joe? I’m not riding the see-saw. Your ass is planted firmly upon the side you think is winning, I guess.

            • Joe Krill August 15, 2022, 2:01 PM

              Hyland, You do not vote. Ghostsniper does not vote. Accusations–anyone can make them. I have to admit, I am honest enough to say I do vote. Doing my ancestry, which dates back to the Revolution, it appears that not only did we all vote but we have never had a generation that was not either serving on active duty or fighting in one of our filthy wars. I take my citizenship in America seriously and I count it as a Blessing from God, and I have passed this responsibility on to my children and my grandchildren.

              You asked if you hurt my feelings? Man, did you ever. Hurt all the way down to the bone.

              • Hyland August 15, 2022, 4:29 PM

                Says right on the voter registration you have to be a U.S. citizen to vote. Are you a U.S. citizen, Joe? I’ve studied the problem thoroughly. I have declared myself a “non-citizen national” and my affidavit is on record at the State Department. The phrase is about as boring as can be. The govt. doesn’t want folks knowing there are two citizenships. So they titled the ORIGINAL citizenship with that dull and uninteresting phrase. The secondary citizenship, invented in 1868 within the 14th Amendment, is titled “U.S.citizen” and those creatures have no Rights. That’s why when you mention the Constitution in a courtroom the judge tells you to zip it before he finds you in contempt, because you have NO RIGHTS. He presumes you don’t. I’ve kept mine. Read on… this is public record. An affidavit filed as public record is admissible evidence in any court of law and cannot be challenged except with another affidavit, filed as public record, rebutting every detail with fact and truth. This document has never been challenged. It cannot be overruled because all of it is the truth. I am not going waive my sovereign status, switch back to being a U.S. citizen, just to vote for one of two candidates that are swinging on the see-saw. Read on…

                AFFIDAVIT OF CITIZENSHIP EVIDENCE
                AND A REQUEST FOR UNITED STATES PASSPORT CARD
                AS AN AMERICAN NON-CITIZEN NATIONAL

                I, Thomas Hyland, being of sound mind and lawful age do solemnly declare:

                1. I was born December 20, 1955 on the land within the geographical boundary of the Sovereign American State of New Jersey. Both my mother and father were first generation Americans born of white Irish and white Russian racial heritage respectively.
                2. I have never knowingly claimed nor been a recipient of privileges afforded to a “U.S. citizen”, a category of citizenship created in 1868 and defined within the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
                3. The 14th Amendment was an instrument intended to absorb freed black slaves as American citizens but it denied these former slaves full Constitutional Rights enjoyed by white Sovereign Americans who claimed their residing State Republics as their home.
                4. The 14th Amendment citizen was eventually defined as a citizen of Washington D.C. and a resident of the Federal Zone of NY or VA or any of the now 50 Federal Zones as defined within the Buck Act, 4 U.S.C.S.104-113 (1940.)
                5. The 14th Amendment citizen is not privy to God-given Rights; defined but not limited to those described within the Constitution; but is only afforded strictly defined privileges that can be changed or denied by the stroke of a pen wielded by Federal judges and administrators.
                6. I was born upon the land of the Sovereign New Jersey State and lived there until the age of 10. I never claimed to be a “resident” of the Federal Zone of NJ and thus a U.S. citizen. I have lived upon the land of the Sovereign New Mexico State the past 50 years and have never claimed to be a “resident” of the Federal Zone of NM which would have incorrectly defined or construed me to be a U.S. citizen.
                7. The State Department of the United States of America defines and presents Americans to the world by and through the U.S. Passport, solely produced by this agency of government.
                8. The U.S. State Department and its Passport Agency declares within the application form, “U.S. Passports, either in book or card format, are issued only to U.S. citizens or Non-Citizen Nationals.” Being I am not a U.S. citizen, have never claimed to be such, and have never claimed a privilege afforded to such, I can only belong to the second category defined by the U.S. State Department, and thus I am a Non-Citizen National.
                9. The reckless and dangerous nature of having TWO categories of American citizenship was expressed in dissension by Supreme Court Justice John Harlan in Downes v. Bidwell, 182 U.S. 244 (1901). Justice Harlan wrote, “The idea prevails with some… that we have in this country substantially two national governments; one to be maintained under the Constitution, with all its restrictions; the other to be maintained by Congress outside and independently of that instrument…. if the principles thus announced should ever receive the sanction of a majority of this court, a radical and mischievous change in our system will result. We will, in that event, pass from the era of constitutional liberty guarded and protected by a written constitution into an era of legislative absolutism…. It will be an evil day for American Liberty if the theory of a government outside the Supreme Law of the Land finds lodgment in our Constitutional Jurisprudence. No higher duty rests upon this court than to exert its full authority to prevent all violation of the principles of the Constitution.”
                10. In spite of the grave warning of Justice Harlan, the ill-conceived 14th Amendment and its creation of a second-class citizen unworthy and disallowed of unalienable God-given Rights protected by our Constitution is a virus that has spread until now almost every American has been enveloped and diseased; permanently cast down to the level of a recently “freed” slave.
                11. I, Thomas Hyland, one individual American-born white male, have made it my personal quest to study our history and to live my life within a meticulous understanding of the duplicitous and deceitful actions of the elected agents of our American government. The founding fathers created the Constitution and Bill of Rights as a tight leash to hold our government servants in control. Through laziness and ignorance of the citizenry and the duplicitous maneuvers of our policy makers, the vast majority of Americans now find themselves powerless and tied on a leash wielded by our servants. I refuse and deny the definition “U.S. citizen” which would cast me into the same cell as my fellow Americans.
                12. I have attached this affidavit to my application to receive a U.S. Passport card; one that would define me as a Non-Citizen National; and this same affidavit has been recorded as permanent public record within the books of the Santa Fe County Recorder’s Office in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is my wish that this affidavit remains as permanent record with the U.S. State Department. I am keenly aware of the warning posted within the passport application, referencing 18 U.S.C. 1001, 18 U.S.C. 1542, and/or 18 U.S.C. 1621 and stating that false statements made knowingly and willfully in passport applications, including affidavits… are punishable by fine and/or imprisonment under U.S. law. Every word and fact within this affidavit is the truth, and MY truth.
                13. If you disagree with anything within this affidavit, then rebut that which you disagree, within 30 days of receipt, in writing, with particularity, and support your disagreement with evidence, fact and law within an affidavit signed and recorded as public record in return. Silence is the admission that everything within this affidavit is true, correct, legal, lawful, and is irrevocable admission attesting to this, fully binding upon the U.S. State Department.

                VERIFICATION

                I declare under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true, correct, per 28 USC 1746 (1). I reserve all my Rights, without prejudice.

                Executed on March 17, 2016 Anno Domini.

                ——————————————————————————
                Thomas Hyland, Sui juris

                • Joe Krill August 15, 2022, 5:19 PM

                  Hyland, I sincerely appreciate your forthrightness. It is an exemplarily character trait. Joe Krill

                • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 6:35 PM

                  Wow, gonna take a bit to digest all of that. I’ve heard of this stuff before, maybe from Rockwell’s site, in the past.

                  • Hyland August 15, 2022, 7:06 PM

                    Biggest crime in all of world history… the banksters stole America, stole our Rights, stole our property. We don’t own anything. We are not allowed to own anything, because that’s what happens when you’ve been declared bankrupt.

                    There used to be a word that appeared in dictionaries long ago but is difficult to find anymore. This is from the original Webster’s 1828:
                    “ALLODIUM: Freehold estate; land which is the absolute property of the owner; real estate held in absolute independence, without being subject to any rent, service, or acknowledgement to a superior. It is thus opposed to feudal. In England, there is no allodial land, all land being held of the King; but in the United States most lands are allodial.”

                    All of that changed on March 9, 1933 when President Franklin Roosevelt declared the United States bankrupt by and through executive order nos. 6073, 6102, 6111, and 6260. Then on April 26, 1933 came Senate Resolution no. 62 which reads in part: “The ultimate ownership of all property is in the State; individual “ownership” is only by virtue of Government, i.e., law, amounting to mere user; and use must be in accordance with law and subordinate to the necessities of the State.” Actually, the Federal Reserve owns everything. The Fed holds the bankrupt United States in receivership. The Fed recruited the tattered remnants of our government to enforce the terms of the bankruptcy.
                    We are only paying to use stuff we don’t own. That’s why your car gets towed away and held in ransom because of some administrative infraction of policy. You didn’t harm anyone… your license or registration sticker expired and now you’re walking home. You never owned the car anyway. You are the privileged “user.” You can sell the car to another user but he’ll never own it, either. Same with my house. I designed and built it myself. Never had a mortgage, but if I don’t pay the yearly user fees I’ll be marched out of here at gunpoint and they’ll sell the place to a compliant tax payer. We don’t own anything. If more people knew this stuff the whole charade would be over immediately and these traitors would be hanging from lamp posts.
                    p.s. I’m actually snarfing down a bowl of Hormel Chili at this moment. Good recommendation. It’s pretty good.

  • Casey Klahn August 15, 2022, 9:53 AM

    I’m testing the fucking filter to fucking see if it will accept my fucking comment.

    Using my full name instead of initials/ no other changes.

    I look forward to reading strange fucking days tonight.

    Testing for language, as you probably figured.

  • jiminalaska August 15, 2022, 10:19 AM

    Yep, God is great, beer’s fine, folks are nuts, and each day’s an adventure.

    Spent the last 3 days under the hood of my computer. I was installing a new operating system update, running it all night through my wood fired route and the tin can string internet connection twix here(Download speeds as low as 70 bytes/S.), North Pole, AK, and the lower forty eight server and awoke to the, Sorry your computer’s now a brick screen. 3 days’ with SystemRescue on a USB stick, external disk backups not accessible as disk locked, created by root, only accessible by root and root’s now a brick, I did salvage most of my data from non-corrupted portions of the internal disk, built the new operating system and am up and running again.

    Enjoyed the People Are Crazy song.

    • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 12:51 PM

      My Win10 machine has been an asshole since the day I plugged it in.
      It is unreliable, and I only use it for internet access, and it seems to have been designed by silly children.

      Also on my desk is an old Dell machine with WinXP on it and all my business applications. It is reliable, fast, no bullshit, but it has been prevented from accessing the web for the past 5 years.

      For serious stuff I use XP and for silliness I use 10.

      FWIW, a few months ago I upgraded the 10 to 11 and the silliness increased 100 fold, so I went back to 10. I can only stand so much.

      • John the River August 15, 2022, 2:24 PM

        I have a Win 7 machine that Microsoft stopped hectoring me about years ago. Doesn’t work too bad. Internet works fine. All the stuff I actually use work fine.

        I made the mistake of trying the upgrade to W10 on the notebook, couldn’t get back. PIMA.

        • PA Cat August 15, 2022, 2:55 PM

          Win 7 here too– still works fine. No intention of “upgrading” to Win 10.

          As for the “Every Sport a Bowling Ball” video, it’s hopelessly Brit/Aussie: where’s the bowling baseball?

        • ghostsniper August 15, 2022, 6:40 PM

          I never did 7, stuck with XP, then bought a 10 machine.
          My wife uses a 7 machine for all her business stuff and also uses a 10 for some stuff like documents done in newer pdf or doc(x) format. Eventually both of us are going to be stranded but hopefully by then we will decide to throw in the towel on business stuff and just become home gardeners-farmers, etc. fuk computers. been dealing with them since the late 70’s and I’m tired of it all.

      • jiminalaska August 16, 2022, 1:10 PM

        I started out with Apple why back when the Ap’e II first came out. I krpt taking my bit of bytes through them and until they just got too squirrelly 10 or so years ago. Then I moved over to Linux Ubuntu. Far from what I want if I had my drutthers, but at least I can get under the hood and tinker as I just had to do.

  • Rev.Bro. Generik Broderick August 15, 2022, 2:57 PM

    Disregarding alla youse and your fiddle-faddle, I love TRUMP because he not only pisses off all the right people, he sends them into hysterics. Steam popping from ears, apoplectic, unable to speak coherently rage and verbal abuse forthcoming potty mouth octave mounting, blather is music to my ears. I love the sound of grown children throwing a hissy fit. Nothing personal, but the anti’s got nothing. You like biden and deep state corruption? If not you know what to do. Just don’t tell and I won’t rat you out. The only way to save Western Civilization is with a Red Tsunami. They cheat.

    • Hyland August 15, 2022, 7:27 PM

      Your reasons are exactly why I find him so entertaining, too. He causes brains to explode. How Jeb, Hillary, sweaty lil’ Marcos, slimy Mittens, all of these freaks slithered away in humiliation was pure comedy. I don’t expect anything to change if Trump runs and wins again. He could announce just three months before November 2024, to save him trouble and expenses, and he might win. Mark Twain said, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.” I think the 2020 election proved voting doesn’t matter once and for all.

  • jd August 16, 2022, 1:01 PM

    Good song by Billy Carrington. Even has a happy ending (maybe).