How to Fellate the Coming ProgNazi Fascist Tyranny

…and get paid per column inch too!

What an odious, scrote-washing, fascist bint this Sarah Conly is (h/t Q&O):

WHY has there been so much fuss about New York City’s attempt to impose a soda ban, or more precisely, a ban on large-size “sugary drinks”? After all, people can still get as much soda as they want. This isn’t Prohibition. It’s just that getting it would take slightly more effort. So, why is this such a big deal?

Why, in what was once known as “the land of the free and the home of the brave”, is anybody even asking that ridiculously unnecessary question? Unnecessary, that is, to anybody who isn’t into life-long BDSM, Oppan Government Style™.

Obviously, it’s not about soda.

Obviously, it’s not. But now watch the commie cocksucker cuntflapping crapsnatch go completely off the rails and utterly fail to understand what it is about:

It’s because such a ban suggests that sometimes we need to be stopped from doing foolish stuff, and this has become, in contemporary American politics, highly controversial, no matter how trivial the particular issue. (Large cups of soda as symbols of human dignity? Really?)

No, we do not “sometimes need to be stopped from doing foolish stuff”, the only ones who get to do that are called “parents” and, as somebody who is a parent will know, even that exercise is more often than not one in futility, as well it should be. Yes, the right to do as you will as long as you’re not harming anybody else is, indeed, at the very base of the whole concept of “human dignity.” Nothing is more undignified and revoltingly condescending, particularly to an adult, than being told what’s good for you. Except, of course, being robbed of the very unalienable right of an adult to “do foolish stuff” if the adult so bloody well desires.

That sort of thing is called “slavery” and, while His Imperial Majesty does realize that the particular party that you most assuredly vote for every chance you get has always been in favor of that particularly vile institution, slavery is considered highly undignified among civilized people. A group to which you obviously do not belong, you servile, sniveling, slack-jawed boot licker.

Americans, even those who generally support government intervention in our daily lives,

Also known as “slaves, serfs and subjects” and, as such, not really “Americans” in any of the original sense of the word.

have a reflexive response to being told what to do, and it’s not a positive one. It’s this common desire to be left alone that prompted the Mississippi Legislature earlier this month to pass a ban on bans — a law that forbids municipalities to place local restrictions on food or drink.

Also, we once fought a bloody war over this common desire to be left well enough the fuck alone. As a matter of fact, that war was what founded this entire nation.

We have a vision of ourselves as free, rational beings who are totally capable of making all the decisions we need to in order to create a good life.

Yes, you do. If by “we” you mean “us ProgNazi, self-proclaimed enlightened betters who are so much more cleverer than thou”.

As to ourself (and the rest of us, we assume), we know full and well that we occasionally fuck up, we know this because we have occasionally fucked up. And if we are about to fuck up and you have a better suggestion, you are most certainly welcome to offer it. In return, we fully expect that, should we after careful consideration of your proposal decide that we want to do it our way anyway, shut right the fuck up and get out of our face.

Or get a handful of hollow-nosed lead in your own, express delivery.

The only ones suffering from delusions of adequacy and terminal smugness are you, so kindly quit projecting. You’re making yourself look silly.

Give us complete liberty, and, barring natural disasters, we’ll end up where we want to be. It’s a nice vision, one that makes us feel proud of ourselves. But it’s false.

Nice strawman you built there. Oh, and you brought the matches and gasoline too? Anybody bring some Graham crackers and some marshmallows too? At least then something useful might come of your bout of verbal masturbation.

John Stuart Mill wrote in 1859 that the only justifiable reason for interfering in someone’s freedom of action was to prevent harm to others. According to Mill’s “harm principle,” we should almost never stop people from behavior that affects only themselves, because people know best what they themselves want.

That “almost,” though, is important. It’s fair to stop us, Mill argued, when we are acting out of ignorance and doing something we’ll pretty definitely regret. You can stop someone from crossing a bridge that is broken, he said, because you can be sure no one wants to plummet into the river. Mill just didn’t think this would happen very often.

And Mill was right. Oh wait, of course he wasn’t, was he? Do tell, o enlightened one who is so much ‘smarterer’ that John Stuart Mill. And probably Plato, Socrates and Descartes too.

Mill was wrong about that, though.

How can you possibly stand being so brilliant? Doesn’t it get to be a horrible burden to be so earth-shakingly, transcendentally smart?

A lot of times we have a good idea of where we want to go, but a really terrible idea of how to get there. It’s well established by now that we often don’t think very clearly when it comes to choosing the best means to attain our ends. We make errors.

That’s not what Mill was talking about, of course. Everybody knows that. Except for ProgNazis who firmly believe that government (which should naturally be controlled by them) is completely infallible and therefore ought to control every last minute detail of everybody else’s lives. Just look at what a bang up job government has done with our economy. OK, but there’s surely another example, right? Mill was talking about something that is self-evidentally, obviously, indisputably dumb, something from which no possible good can come. That something it would be a good a decent thing to at least try to prevent somebody from doing. Please note, however, that Mill doesn’t suggest putting up a TSA checkpoint and arresting anybody trying to cross the bridge anyway.

You know, when you set out to demonstrate how much smarter you are than somebody else, it really helps if you actually read what they wrote. Read it for comprehension, that is.

This has been the object of an enormous amount of study over the past few decades, and what has been discovered is that we are all prone to identifiable and predictable miscalculations.

Research by psychologists and behavioral economists, including the Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman and his research partner Amos Tversky, identified a number of areas in which we fairly dependably fail. They call such a tendency a “cognitive bias,” and there are many of them — a lot of ways in which our own minds trip us up.

For example, we suffer from an optimism bias, that is we tend to think that however likely a bad thing is to happen to most people in our situation, it’s less likely to happen to us — not for any particular reason, but because we’re irrationally optimistic.

Except for pessimists, that is, but other than that… Are you suggesting that it would be better if we all approached everything assuming that we would fail? If we were to do that, wouldn’t it then logically follow that we shouldn’t even try? We mean, to us normal people who live in the real world, it is blindingly farking obvious that of course anything you do is done assuming that it will turn out well. If you didn’t assume that, then why the everloving fuck did you go ahead and do it anyway? Huh? Bueller?

Do we think the odds are better than they actually are? Perhaps. But then the question is: Who knows those actual, indisputable “real” odds that we should be looking at? Oh, that’s right, government of course.

And what about the things we do knowing that the odds are bad, but we do them anyway because the consequences of not doing them are, to us, worse than taking a chance and failing? What kind of fucking entitled, narcissistic clown are you to tell US what we should do then? What’s it to you? Fuck off, sister, or bad things are bound to ensue.

Because of our “present bias,” when we need to take a small, easy step to bring about some future good, we fail to do it, not because we’ve decided it’s a bad idea, but because we procrastinate.

Because we have a G-d given right to do so, and you don’t have ANY right to tell us NOT to.

We also suffer from a status quo bias, which makes us value what we’ve already got over the alternatives, just because we’ve already got it — which might, of course, make us react badly to new laws, even when they are really an improvement over what we’ve got.

Also known as the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” principle, a principle that makes a great deal of sense when you think about it. Certainly it makes a heck of a lot more sense than the ProgNazi “we have to pass it so we can see what’s in it” principle, under which any change whatsoever is always preferable to the status quo, no matter whether any sort of evidence supporting said postulation exists or not.

We’ll take ours and tell you to stuff yours where your back is tallest as you pluck strawberries, thank you.

Is it always a mistake when someone does something imprudent, when, in this case, a person chooses to chug 32 ounces of soda? No. For some people, that’s the right choice. They don’t care that much about their health, or they won’t drink too many big sodas, or they just really love having a lot of soda at once.

But laws have to be sensitive to the needs of the majority.

No they fucking well do NOT. If the majority “needs” to drink less soda, then they can fucking well choose NOT to drink soda. The majority does NOT get to use the law to force everybody ELSE to drink less soda, whether they want to or not. The majority can, in that case, go fuck themselves with a giant nail-studded fuckstick of horror until they die of internal bleeding. Or they can wait for the rest of us to load up and get a good sight picture of their jackbooted selves.

Those are their choices.

That doesn’t mean laws should trample the rights of the minority, but that public benefit is a legitimate concern, even when that may inconvenience some.

Community before the individual, everything for the fatherland… Strange, those things almost always sound better in the original German.

So do these laws mean that some people will be kept from doing what they really want to do? Probably — and yes, in many ways it hurts to be part of a society governed by laws, given that laws aren’t designed for each one of us individually. Some of us can drive safely at 90 miles per hour, but we’re bound by the same laws as the people who can’t, because individual speeding laws aren’t practical. Giving up a little liberty is something we agree to when we agree to live in a democratic society that is governed by laws.

If you truly can’t tell the difference in potential harm between letting myopic old grandpa drive 90 mph through a school zone and letting Joe Average chug down a 24 oz Coke if he so desires, then you seriously need a new sense of perspective, because your old one is FUBAR.

The freedom to buy a really large soda, all in one cup, is something we stand to lose here. For most people, given their desire for health, that results in a net gain.

Is anybody currently holding guns to their heads forcing them to buy really large sodas? If not, then the only point we see in the above is the gigantic one on top of your head.

For some people, yes, it’s an absolute loss. It’s just not much of a loss.

It’s still more of a loss to them than it is a gain to the others. As it stands, the apparently totally bereft of autonomy health nuts ‘gain’ something they had already, namely the right to buy a smaller Coke, and a bunch of innocent people who were doing no harm to anybody whatsoever lose something they had. So that’s a net “gain?” Ever heard of something called “math” and “logic?” Try it someday. Maybe we should pass a law forcing you to. For the common good, of course. Surely you’d be OK with that.

Of course, what people fear is that this is just the beginning: today it’s soda, tomorrow it’s the guy standing behind you making you eat your broccoli, floss your teeth, and watch “PBS NewsHour” every day. What this ignores is that successful paternalistic laws are done on the basis of a cost-benefit analysis: if it’s too painful, it’s not a good law.

Almost true. The actual cost-benefit analysis being done is “if it’s too painful to the jackbooted fascist politician to pass the law, it’s not a good law.” And what’s “too painful” today will most likely not be as painful next week. Or next month. Baby steps. It’s called “incrementalism” and it’s very, very real.

Until you ProgNazi fiends get carried away with your own power and go too far. At that point we, the Browncoats, the Remnant, the Three Percenters, The Last of the Americans, aim to make it very, very painful indeed. We aim to misbehave.

And the use of the word “aim” in the above was a very deliberate one.

Take that to the bank.

That’s what the government is supposed to do, help us get where we want to go.

No. Government is supposed to enforce contracts, provide for the common defense and otherwise pretty much stay right the fuck out of the way. We don’t “need” the government’s “help”, as a matter of fact we absolutely insist on not having them constantly “helping” us when we’re not asking for it whether we want their “help” or not.

Or things could get really, really ugly. In a hurry.

Your move.

Thatisall.

36 comments

  1. 1
    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Well, we’re not free human beings in their “minds,” we’re livestock. To be penned, herded, and castrated, all at their command.

    “Gun Laws and the Fools of Chelm,” by David Mamet

    Karl Marx summed up Communism as “from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” This is a good, pithy saying, which, in practice, has succeeded in bringing, upon those under its sway, misery, poverty, rape, torture, slavery, and death.

    For the saying implies but does not name the effective agency of its supposed utopia. The agency is called “The State,” and the motto, fleshed out, for the benefit of the easily confused must read “The State will take from each according to his ability: the State will give to each according to his needs.” “Needs and abilities” are, of course, subjective. So the operative statement may be reduced to “the State shall take, the State shall give.”
    [You know, like God Himself]

    All of us have had dealings with the State, and have found, to our chagrin, or, indeed, terror, that we were not dealing with well-meaning public servants or even with ideologues but with overworked, harried bureaucrats. These, like all bureaucrats, obtain and hold their jobs by complying with directions and suppressing the desire to employ initiative, compassion, or indeed, common sense. They are paid to follow orders. . . .

    The Founding Fathers, far from being ideologues, were not even politicians. They were an assortment of businessmen, writers, teachers, planters; men, in short, who knew something of the world, which is to say, of Human Nature.

    Their struggle to draft a set of rules acceptable to each other was based on the assumption that we human beings, in the mass, are no damned good—that we are biddable, easily confused, and that we may easily be motivated by a Politician, which is to say, a huckster, mounting a soapbox and inflaming our passions. . . .

    The Constitution’s drafters did not require a wag to teach them that power corrupts: they had experienced it in the person of King George. The American secession was announced by reference to his abuses of power:
    “He has obstructed the administration of Justice …
    He has made Judges dependent on his will alone …
    He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution, &unacknowledged by our Laws …
    He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people and to eat out their substance …
    Imposed taxes upon us without our consent…
    [He has] fundamentally altered the forms of our government.”

    This is a chillingly familiar set of grievances; and its recrudescence was foreseen by the Founders. They realized that King George was not an individual case, but the inevitable outcome of unfettered power; that any person or group with the power to tax, to form laws, and to enforce them by arms will default to dictatorship, absent the constant unflagging scrutiny of the governed, and their severe untempered insistence upon compliance with law.

    The Founders recognized that Government is quite literally a necessary evil, that there must be opposition, between its various branches, and between political parties, for these are the only ways to temper the individual’s greed for power and the electorates’ desires for peace by submission to coercion or blandishment.

    Healthy government, like that based upon our Constitution, is strife. It awakens anxiety, passion, fervor, and, indeed, hatred and chicanery, both in pursuit of private gain and of public good. Those who promise to relieve us of the burden through their personal or ideological excellence, those who claim to hold the Magic Beans, are simply confidence men. Their emergence is inevitable, and our individual opposition to and rejection of them, as they emerge, must be blunt and sure; if they are arrogant, willful, duplicitous, or simply wrong, they must be replaced, else they will consolidate power, and use the treasury to buy votes, and deprive us of our liberties.

    It was to guard us against this inevitable decay of government that the Constitution was written.

    Its purpose was and is not to enthrone a Government superior to an imperfect and confused electorate, but to protect us from such a government.

    Pour yourself a whisky, neat, light a cigar, and read the rest here: Mamet eviscerates the opponents of the Bill of Rights and the Second Amendment in devastating style, as only a first-class writer can do: http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2013/01/28/gun-laws-and-the-fools-of-chelm-by-david-mamet.html

    I also highly recommend his essay, published by the far-left alt-rag The Village Voice[!!!], “Why I Am No Longer a Brain-Dead Liberal.” He was one of their darlings; award-winning playwright, Hollywood screenwriter, toast of the Left: and when he defected, heads exploded from coast to coast.

  2. 2
    NR Pax growls and barks:

    Sarah Conly, an assistant professor of philosophy at Bowdoin College,

    That explains a lot.

    is the author of “Against Autonomy: Justifying Coercive Paternalism.”

    That explains a lot, part 2.

    And from her bio:

    We now have lots of evidence from psychology and behavioral economics that we are often very bad at choosing effective means to our ends. In such cases, we need the help of others—and in particular, of government regulation—to keep us from going wrong.

    The amusing part is that she’s quick to point out how fallible and irrational we are, but she thinks that being in the government magically makes you a more enlightened being.

  3. 3
    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    In another life, I’d have felt a bit guilty for enjoying myself as fuckers like the bitch who penned the article Misha skewered swing from a stout length of rope, thrashing and gurgling.

    Not so much anymore. Death to tyrants – and their minions. They and every last thing they hold dear are fair game as far as I am concerned.

  4. 4
    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    And butt fucking ugly to boot. She she needs the gov’t to provide not only contraception but somebody desperate enough to actually perform any form of sex act with her.

  5. 5

    LC Light29ID says:

    And butt fucking ugly to boot. She she needs the gov’t to provide not only contraception but somebody desperate enough to actually perform any form of sex act with her.

    Man….did you read her bio? Pretty scary.

    And she teaches at Bowdoin College?
    That’s the same college that Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain was president of

    What a stain she is on the legacy set by General Chamberlain

  6. 6

    This sort of shit makes my head hurt, not to try to usurp Misha but this also caught my eye, in her crayon scribbles, Squatting and squeezing out this logger she continues:

    In the old days we used to blame people for acting imprudently, and say that since their bad choices were their own fault, they deserved to suffer the consequences. Now we see that these errors aren’t a function of bad character, but of our shared cognitive inheritance. The proper reaction is not blame, but an impulse to help one another.

    Yep we did, and magically – the court systems wasn’t clogged with addle brained morons like you suing for millions because they dumped a cup of hot coffee in their laps. I think that was called “Personal Responsibility” and it’s just a fucking relevant today as it was in the ‘old days” you udder-less cow. Look it up.

    Shared what? Look you cunt-muffin – the only thing I hope share with you are some strands of DNA – and hopefully not many. :em07:

    No, sorry toots – your fucking ‘impulse’ is the same exact one that every festering sphincter boil jackbooted tyrant on the asshole of humanity has had in the 2000 plus years of its recorded history.
    That being an impulse to lord over others, and since you don’t have the balls to do it for yourself you preach that the all powerful state do by proxy for you, so from the bottom of my heart and very sincerely said — fuck you very much.

    Your so called impulse – It’s the exact same thing that Grook The Caveman felt half a million years ago when he turned an envious eye towards another tribes caves, and gleefully clubbed them the fuck to death to get it.
    It’s the same ‘impulse’ the Nazi’s felt when the tried to find the ‘final solution’, After all they were just trying to ‘help’ their fellow Aryan Race members now weren’t they? And you fucking liberals keep just trying to pull the same stupid shit over and over and over.

    And finally, You can’t even properly define the word ‘help’. So much for those 100’s of thousands of dollars spent on your “higher education” huh? :em03:

    Help is given freely to another – it is given mostly without any sort of conditions – ergo it would then become a contract. Help is not dictated by the state. When the state dictates I “help” or they “help” one avoid bad choices – That is called a LAW. If I hand a homeless man a dollar because I feel saddened by his plight – that is my choice – I wanted to try to help a fellow man. Your sort of ‘help’ is nothing but tyranny of the state blessed by you and your fellow travelers and dressed up in a pretty package, nothing less, so really? Kindly take your ‘help’ and steer your busy body meddling interfering ass clear of the rest of us, because I certainly have no tolerance for it and I imagine a bunch of other folks are starting to grow rather weary of it as well.

  7. 7

    Oh, goodness, Mish! I couldn’t even read the rest of that drivel! I read your comments, and just couldn’t bring myself to read the passage to which they referred, because it began to drive me into a rage! What the flying, festering, rolling fuck is wrong with these people???????

    BTW – Rob and I will probably be in Austin for the Republican Liberty Caucus national convention. We’ll be in the same state, at least. Want to make a drive? :em01:

  8. 8
    LC Gregory growls and barks:

    O My Emperor, and O the Delight of My Eyes,

    HOLY SHIT-SNAX!!!! What the Gehenna is WRONG with this woman?

    Just read that description of her next book – about, in the name of Population Control, preventing women from having more than one child.

    In One, I argue that opposition to population regulation is based on a number of mistakes: that the right to have a family doesn’t entail the right to have as many children as you may want; that the right to control one’s body is conditional on how much harm you are doing to others; and that nothing in population regulation entails that those who break the law can be forced to have abortions, or subject to any sort of punishment that is horrific. If population growth is sufficiently dangerous, it is fair for us to impose restrictions on how many children we can give birth to.

    THAT is where this will all lead.

  9. 9
    LC Ohio Right Wing Nut growls and barks:

    “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience”

    One of my favorite quotes…seems to apply to this assnugget

  10. 10

    LC Gregory @ # 8: and everybody else. These things really do believe they are smartererer than the rest. Do as they say and everything will be unicorns and skittle showers. What is most baffling is: How were they allowed to get to that point where it made any difference what they thought? They had to have not been stopped on their way to the place where we hear their bullshit.

  11. 11

    So, what is the answer? They say liberalism is genetic. :em03:

  12. 12
    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    How were they allowed to get to that point where it made any difference what they thought?

    Honest, point blank answer?

    Because we haven’t killed enough of them to keep them afraid of trying to enforce their bullshit on us. They should be very very very frightened to attempt such nonsense. They will continue to loot, pillage, destroy and dishonor us until they are in mortal terror for their property, lives, and loved ones.

    So, what is the answer?

    When will the bullshit stop? When enough of them have been hung or shot in their homes that the rest skitter back under their rocks.

    Attempts to placate, debate, and ignore only embolden them – they see it as weakness.

    The only answer is to fucking wipe them out before they wipe us out.

    Full.
    Stop.

  13. 13
    LC/IB PrimEviL growls and barks:

    A prime example of why the vote means nothing anymore. The Government, Media, and Bureaucracy,
    are all in the hands of the Elitist Intelligentsia; until the source of the poison is removed, changing ‘Representation’
    won’t make one iota of difference.

    It is these tenured Tools that need to be removed first. By whatever means necessary.

  14. 14
    LC/IB PrimEviL growls and barks:

    Meanwhile, Obamacare empowers Corporatist Facism:

    CVS Ordering Workers To Reveal Weight, Health Info

    The company announced Wednesday what it called “A Plan for Health,” that features a mix of rewards and penalties for employees.

    Among the measures, employees must report their weight, body fat, cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
    Workers must also be tobacco free or enroll in an addiction program by next year.

    Employees who refuse will have to pay $50 more for health coverage each month, totaling $600 a year.

    (emphasis mine)
    Soon to be added: Gun ownership. Got guns? Coverage denied. Then it will be ‘Risky’ sports activities: own a motorcycle?
    a 4-wheeler? Speed boat? Do you Fly? Skydive? Scuba? Ski? Snowboard? pay up sucka.

    Next will come the food ration stamp books. To ensure you are eating ‘healthy’. Then the mandatory gym membership, with the swipe card to log your usage. Compliance is mandatory. Don’t complain, or you will have ‘mental health issues’. Report to the company Psychiatrist immediately. Disgruntled workers are a threat to workplace safety.

    Annual auto mileage will fall in, also. It is a given that the more time spent on the highway, the higher the risk.
    Then will come the push for ownership of only ‘approved’ *safe* vehicles. For the children, of course.

  15. 15
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    NR Pax @ #:

    The amusing part is that she’s quick to point out how fallible and irrational we are, but she thinks that being in the government magically makes you a more enlightened being.


    Mock her all you like, but history shows that she, or someone very much like her, will eventually making up the train schedules to send the rest of us for resettlement. The Bolsheviks, Nazis, Khmer Rouge, etc. were all jokes until all of a sudden they weren’t. If you want to keep society safe and people free, folks like her have to be removed like gangrene.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:

    What a stain she is on the legacy set by General Chamberlain

    He did a pretty good job of enforcing the will of the collective over people who wanted nothing to do with it, too.

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    Fa Cube Itches says:

    Mock her all you like, but history shows that she, or someone very much like her, will eventually making up the train schedules to send the rest of us for resettlement. The Bolsheviks, Nazis, Khmer Rouge, etc. were all jokes until all of a sudden they weren’t. If you want to keep society safe and people free, folks like her have to be removed like gangrene.

    Exactly so.
    HempRopeAndStreetlight says:

    When will the bullshit stop? When enough of them have been hung or shot in their homes that the rest skitter back under their rocks.

    Attempts to placate, debate, and ignore only embolden them – they see it as weakness.

    The only answer is to fucking wipe them out before they wipe us out.

    Full.
    Stop.

    Easily as much so.

  18. 18

    Fa Cube Itches @ #:
    Fa Cube Itches says:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:
    What a stain she is on the legacy set by General Chamberlain
    He did a pretty good job of enforcing the will of the collective over people who wanted nothing to do with it, too.

    You’re not referring to that whole North vs South thing are you?

    I really don’t see much of a comparison

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    BTW – Rob and I will probably be in Austin for the Republican Liberty Caucus national convention. We’ll be in the same state, at least. Want to make a drive? :em01:

    Austin? When, sestrichka moya?

  20. 20

    Emperor Misha I says:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:
    BTW – Rob and I will probably be in Austin for the Republican Liberty Caucus national convention. We’ll be in the same state, at least. Want to make a drive?
    Austin? When, sestrichka moya?
    Emperor Misha I recently posted..Gay Marriage

    We shall likely get there on the evening of 09 May and will fly back on 12 May.

    Still finalizing plans and trying to find the cheapest flights. Money is tight these days, since I’m fighting an ongoing court battle with the Tower of Douche (my ex husband) in order to force him to pay his share of the children’s unreimbursed medical expenses. This is a difficult task, as he didn’t even get them birthday presents last year, let alone pay any kind of support. But we’re getting there.

    You available?

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    Darth Venomous growls and barks:

    Austin? When, sestrichka moya?

    Is this an impromptu mini-Rottfest I sense brewing here? :em01:

  22. 22
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:

    You’re not referring to that whole North vs South thing are you?

    I really don’t see much of a comparison

    Yes. The South decided it would prefer to go its own way. The North decided that they weren’t going to allow them to do that. Otherwise, it would have all been over very quickly:

    The South (played here by Kurt Russell): “I just want you to know it’s over between us.”

    The North (played here by Powers Boothe): “Well….bye.”

    Fin.

  23. 23
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I @ #:

    When, sestrichka moya?

    Did he just call her “bunny?”
    – Frank Moses

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    We shall likely get there on the evening of 09 May and will fly back on 12 May.

    You available?

    It’s problematic, since I have the Imperial Family visiting at that exact moment, but maybe they’ll want to go see the State Capital. 🙂

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    09 May and will fly back on 12 May.

    Hey boss, check your email ASAP please.

    Austin? *Perk* What have I missed?

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    Darth Venomous says:

    Austin? When, sestrichka moya?

    Is this an impromptu mini-Rottfest I sense brewing here?

    That’s what I’m thinking too! :em01:

    Emperor Misha I says:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:
    We shall likely get there on the evening of 09 May and will fly back on 12 May.
    You available?
    It’s problematic, since I have the Imperial Family visiting at that exact moment, but maybe they’ll want to go see the State Capital.
    Emperor Misha I recently posted..Gay Marriage

    Ship them off on an impromptu trip – or invite them along, and we’ll keep it G-rated for the kiddies. I just need to make sure Rob doesn’t let a C-bomb slip when he’s discussing my ex-husband’s current wife.

    (He accidentally called her BananaTits in front of the Redhead the other day, causing me to literally spit my tea!)

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    LC Moriarty, Imperial Goatherd growls and barks:

    LC Gregory @ #8:

    Late to the party, but the thing to keep in mind about these people is this:

    As dedicated socialists, they always see themselves as being at the top of the food chain in Coming Enlightenment. They can’t bear the thought that you, you miserable fucking peon, have the right to be left alone, to be untouched by their gentle but firm munificence.

    This is a mental disorder, akin to narcissism, and it runs like a sewer ditch through academe. The “I’m-smarter-than-you-so-I-get-to-tell-you-what-to-do” mindset attracts certain people to academics, but is also nurtured and reinforced at the higher levels of graduate and postgraduate training.

    The only exceptions to the rules they make are for themselves, indulgence granted because of their intent and superior intellect. If they happen to follow their own rules, they’re to be congratulated for their humility and adherence to principle.

    You can argue these people into the ground and it won’t make a bit of difference. You can’t reason someone out of a position they were never reasoned into. Best just to humor them.

    And be certain they never come near the levers of power.

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    Hi emperor it’s me walnut not crunchie :em05: .How is it going i miss you. When me and my dad (crunchie ) WENT TO THE RANGE AND WE WERE SHOOTING i RIPPED A WHOLE RIGHT IN THE ZOMBIE’S HEART. And I only shot two guns. I was shooting a my 22caliber pistol and another type of rifle with no kickback .:em07: :em02: :em04: :em01: :em05: :em08: :em07: :em06: :em03:

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    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    Come back P. J. O’Rourke. All is forgiven. We could dwell on B.F. Skinner’s doctrine of Determinism and the nullification of Free Will. Or we can exercise it, when we’ve had enough of their Shit! But the pevertpressor is on to something. Rush expounded on the relationship of the electorate as one of children waiting for Santa Clause. But this one leaves that analogy in the dust. The infantile electorate look at and to government as a substitute for Mommy. When big bag Conservative Daddy adults don’t cave in to their demands, Government is to be a Deus ex machina to push them aside and give the bleating brats their way. But what she is about is the preeminence of State interests in maintaining a healthy docile workforce to be taxed. And it will continue because people don’t care a wit how much their wallets are taxed, so long as their minds are Not. The Cross we bear on this Good Friday: Cognimus Magna.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    gay does not mean homosexual and marriage means a union of one man and one woman.when we use their definitions we lose.this is what our children learn in public school so she is not an exception as we have plenty of nit wits around like her.if there is one thing i really despise is a father who will not take care of his children nicki so put him in jail if you can. snarl as soon as my wife retires from the blood bank we will move to a home we built beside my niece’s farm who has two adult children and has adopted three special needs boys who are doing great under her care. my friend from sand box days has a 57 chevy that looks like it just drove off the show room floor he built for about $6,000 because he did all the work on the car by him self he painted it,bought all the parts and assembled the engine,transmission and differential with out any help.the engine is a small block bored and stroked to 383 cui that puts 480hp to the rear wheels. the car sits in his garage while he learns to sail a 42 foot steal boat that he bought when it was about half way done and he furnished it.he is a great mechanic!

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    http://randomthoughtsandguns.blogspot.com/2013/03/what-does-collapse-look-like.html

    He’s right.

    There is no saving this republic.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    HempRopeAndStreetlight @ #:

    There is no saving this republic.

    Oh ye of little faith! The GOP assures me that all will be well if we just give them two election cycles. How can you doubt our betters? :em01:

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    The GOP is the right head of the Prog-nazi snake. Death by fire is too good for ’em.

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    Special Ed growls and barks:

    Just a word, and then I must go.

    Research by psychologists and behavioral economists, including the Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman and his research partner Amos Tversky, identified a number of areas in which we fairly dependably fail. They call such a tendency a “cognitive bias,” and there are many of them — a lot of ways in which our own minds trip us up.

    Such as thinking that pissing off and trying to enslave the military-trained people with all the guns will end well?

    As I’ve said before, I can’t be a progressive; I understand math and logic. His Majesty and I came to the same conclusion independently, so cast no aspersions of plagiarism, if you please.

    Special Ed

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    Draven32 growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I says:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:
    BTW – Rob and I will probably be in Austin for the Republican Liberty Caucus national convention. We’ll be in the same state, at least. Want to make a drive?
    Austin? When, sestrichka moya?
    Emperor Misha I recently posted..Gay Marriage

    And I’m being considered for a job in Austin…