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The annual Holly Maddux memorial Earth Day post.

4/23/2018

There was a significant uptick on the web this year about 'ol Ira Einhorn, the man who helped organize the first "Earth Day" and who murdered his girlfriend. That's good and all, but I don't post this every year because I think Earth Day is full of shit, I think the people behind Earth Day are full of shit.

What do I mean? Well, I think pollution is bad. I hate litter. I think graffiti is a property crime and violators should be shot. I think think the government should have some role in regulating the release of toxic substances. I don't think there's anything wrong with cleaning shit up, I also think Holly Maddux, if she had survived her relationship with the "organizers" of Earth Day would probably still be on board with the ideas behind Earth Day. I mean, I go to Church so technically, I believe in ghosts.

But I also believe that most professional "environmentalists" are actually psychotic losers with a control fetish. They want everyone to do what they want them to do, and since they aren't smart enough to start a real religion, they take something as simple as not wanting to live on a shit pile, something everyone can agree on, and turn it into a cult, complete with holidays and sacraments, and even martyrs.

Basically, like most cults, it starts as a way to get laid and turns into a business. Earth Day started as a way for a bunch of assholes to get themselves famous enough to get the hairy-leg crowd to give them organic hummers in the back of a Volkswagen. One of those assholes was completely void of any human emotion or moral character. He was probably going to kill someone someday anyway, but if he wasn't some kind of fucked-up secular saint, he wouldn't have gotten away with it for so long.

Just remember, everyone and every thing is bullshit, it's up to you to decide what bullshit to believe. Don't look at what people say, look at what they do.

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If this is true we are in trouble

4/12/2018

Is the FBI looking to find out if Trump's lawyer suppressed damaging info?

Basically, running a political campaign as someone other than a Clinton or Bush is illegal now. Get ready motherfuckers, this is going to get ugly.



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Just a question

3/30/2018

If an 18 year old is not mature enough to be allowed to purchase a gun, why the hell should anyone listen to an 18 year old's opinion on gun control?

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the lesson here is

3/23/2018

If you're pretty, you can't be smart. Does anyone think these shitheads have any idea how hypocritical they are?

No. No they don't. Because they don't know what hypocritical means, they'd have to ask a bunch of other shitheads on Reddit.

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the floods recede

3/02/2018


And it's about time to remember that the Rat Pack began in Madison, Indiana.

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when you've lost "The Nation"...

2/13/2018

Investigations for the purpose of investigation, or to de-legitimize a political opponent has been, lately, a pretty good strategy. Unfortunately, it also backfires. It backfired on the Democrats with the Plame Game, and it backfired on the Republicans with Whitewater. Process crimes are mostly forgiven by the public if the economy is doing well, and real crimes by subordinates and friends are shoved under the rug by one party and the media (but I repeat myself) and sound like "whataboutism" from the other. Normally, I tend to wash my hands of all the nonsense, the longer someone has been involved in politics, the more corrupt people they have met and the more corrupt they become. So, our former Community Organizer in Chief most certainly would have friends and or political supporters who would both involve him in their shady practices and help him with his own, and the same can be said about the former governor of a small southern state with little of his own cash, a wandering eye, and a high-powered law partner for a wife and the former owner of a major league sports team in Texas (former home of the NCAA "death penalty", for following the rules). If you felt like it you could go on line and dig up published lists of their friends, relatives, confidants, campaign workers, lawyers and nannies who ended up in jail for basically theft. Right? Those people were put in jail for stealing money in one way or another.

But starting with the Plame affair, there's been a change. In the Plame affair, a cabal of careerists in the Bush State Department opposed to the Administration's foreign policy leaked the name of a CIA asset to the media in order to discredit said policy. The story didn't hold water, but the Democrats and the media (but again, I repeat myself) were OUTRAGED that an asset was outed (prodded by her nasty, lying, husband who was one of the aforementioned State Department Careerists). Not surprisingly, no one was ever convicted for the crime being investigated, but Scooter Libby was indicted and convicted of obstruction of justice. No crime but that ever came out, but the entire basis for the war in Iraq was deemed false based on one newspaper column. Scooter Libby was never pardoned, the Plames wrote several bullshit books, Sean Penn made a terrible movie, and it was all a lie. A lie by the government against the government because of a policy disagreement that caught a scalp. Someone was convicted of something, that's all that matters, no one cares why.

Now, the group of people at the center of that bullshit are at it again, looking to put SOMEONE in jail for ANYTHING. Even "The Nation" thinks this is frightening. Read the whole thing.

The publication of the Republican House Committee memo and reports of other documents increasingly suggest not only a “Russiagate” without Russia but also something darker: The “collusion” may not have been in the White House or the Kremlin.

Never talk to the cops, even if the cops are Congress, FBI, or "Special Counsels". NEVER TALK TO THE COPS.



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the best

1/16/2018

Ash vs the Evil Dead is the best show on Netflix... the best everywhere, actually. I can't recommend it enough.

Oh, and the Eagles may be going to the Superbowl for the second time since I've been updating this here blog.

Farout.

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