Ice Cold Monday

So listen, if you're having a really bad day and you're in a nasty mood and then you see me online somewhere, don't think that just because I'm a nice guy that you can take out all your frustrations on me and make yourself feel better. If you shit on me I'll drop you, or block you, or unfollow you, or hang up on you, or whatever it is that is involved in dumping your ass from my world and making sure you can't reenter it at a later date. I don't need your shit. I have my own, lots and lots of my own.

Sometimes I think my mother wakes up in the morning and just lets every single thought that passes through her brain fall out of her mouth. She probably doesn't fully wake up for several hours after this, and thus has no recollection that she was ever speaking. That would be just as well because the things she says in the morning are totally random and utterly pointless. Plus, even if you respond to her babblings she doesn't fully process what you've said, so that the 'conversation', if you could call it that, is a mass of confusion and "what?" and "are you on drugs?" I'm the sort of person who says absolutely nothing in the morning. I don't speak until my brain is properly warmed up and ready to function. It's just how I am. Maybe this is a man vs woman thing or maybe it's just my mother, I don't know, but it's annoying as hell. She should get a blog for these mindless babblings like everybody else. Or join Twitter.

The other day a friend said something that bothered me. The subject of a close relative of mine came up and my friend said, "she uses people. And she doesn't see anything wrong with that." I love my relative and I have defended her before against this same criticism from someone else whom I grew loudly angry with for saying essentially the same thing. The thing that bothers me is that it now comes from two people who have no connection to one another and couldn't have gotten together to discuss it. I don't usually place much weight on one person's criticisms about someone I like, but when it's multiple people, especially when they don't know each other, then I start to wonder.

Is it wrong to unfollow everyone who recently unfollowed you on the internet? I mean, if you go to a site where you select who you are going to interact with, and a handful of them either drop you from their list of people they follow, or else simply ignore you and refuse to follow you in return, do you see anything wrong with dumping these people and writing them off? If so, that's too bad, because that's exactly what I've been doing this morning. There are a certain group of people who have just always done me this way and I'm tired of it.

It currently feels like 5 degrees outside, according to the Weather Channel. That's -15 in Celsius for all you non-American types. The extreme cold is occurring nationwide and has resulted in police officers complaining that the resulting genital shrinkage among American males has made it difficult for them to shoot us in the testicles with their weapons, which they do routinely as a matter of standard policy in most cities these days. Apparently they prefer being universally hated to being respected. Meanwhile, the head of the TSA says Americans are overreacting to being sexually assaulted and molested in our nation's airports by government agents. He insists that what they are doing to us is striking a delicate balance between safety and violating our rights. I'm pretty sure they castrated our rights a long time ago and this is just one more reminder that we haven't fought back hard enough to reacquire them yet. The fact that women are now being treated as badly as men means there is a much greater likelihood that something will actually be done about it this time.

johnathan quick

Speaking of men and women, a transvestite man near Memphis named Johnathan Quick, whom the media referred to as "transgendered woman Akasha Adonis", was in the news complaining that he got caught up in the middle of a near-riot in a department store and the police didn't treat him the way he felt he should be treated. When they thought he was a woman, they treated him with respect and concern, even though he helped start the fight. But once they found out that he was a man they just treated him the way they treat every other man - i.e. with apathy and/or hostility. Johnathan found this shocking and claimed it was discrimination against him for being a transvestite, as opposed to discrimination against him for being a man, which he denies he is despite the penis he still possesses between his legs and his drivers license which lists him as male and gives a different name than the one he gave to the police, which is a crime. Johnathan even had a political rabble-rouser brought in to talk to reporters about the alleged discrimination. The professional rabble-rouser complained that people in the store, after they realized that Akasha was simply Johnathan, a man dressed as a woman and not a real woman, began referring to him as "he/she/it/whatever" and this is proof, he claimed, of some sort of problem on their part. He also complained that the female police officer whose job it is to deal extra-delicately with females and only females suddenly stopped caring about Johnathan once she realized that she had just wasted half an hour being nice to a man instead of a woman, which goes against all her training.

Not really Superman

It's somewhat disconcerting to me how our society today refuses to acknowledge reality and actually attacks those who speak and think in terms of facts and truth. Men who put on dresses and make up stripper names for themselves, such as Akasha Adonis, are referred to in our news media as "she" even though they are factually a "he" and in no way, shape or form a female. Surgery is available for such men should they truly want to be a "she" and they are free to have it. But until they do, they are still biologically male. If a man puts on a red cape and blue tights and runs around town trying to fly, we do not insist that everyone pretend he is really Superman and act as if he isn't crazy or comical. We do not require such reality-oriented people to attend "sensitivity training" to punish them for not joining in our childish games of lets pretend. Yet let that same man take off his cape and tights and put on a sequined dress and Dolly Parton wig and act like a cartoon exaggeration of what he thinks a woman is supposed to be and our PC Police go violently apeshit with hatred and intolerance directed at anyone who doesn't play along. That is not only ridiculous, it's downright alarming.

For as long as I can remember, the term "diva" referred to an overly egotistical, high-maintenance bitch, usually working in the entertainment industry. Yet in an era where more and more women are wearing t-shirts emblazoned with the slogan "you say 'bitch' like it's a bad thing" I suppose it should come as no surprise that parents are proudly referring to their little girls as "divas" as if this is not praising the wrong behavior.

Researchers in America have been trying to point out for quite some time that a dangerous and destructive personality disorder called narcissism is on the rise throughout the West and has been since, well, the Baby Boomers came into this world. It's no coincidence that the Baby Boomers were referred to by their parents' generation as "the Me Generation." This Me Generation removed all the rules the previous generations had put into place and reversed them. Wrong is right and right is wrong. Children are not to be punished, but endlessly praised. And so began an epidemic of selfishness that researchers say is growing worse and worse with each new generation, and which is already having dire consequences for us all. Narcissists lack empathy and view the suffering of others as either inconsequential or often even humorous. Serious physical injuries are funny when happening to others. Sexual violence and abuse is viewed as entertaining rather than abhorrent. Torture is fun rather than immoral and wrong. Murder is only wrong if the victim was a member of a protected class which the narcissist identifies with and the murderer is not. Leaders who steal from the public aren't criminals, but heroes who tricked everyone else and thus proved themselves to be intellectually superior. Apparently when "love thy neighbor" is replaced with "it's all about me" everyone suffers. One expert explained that "narcissism leads to depression, isolation, rage and envy." A more accurate description of the modern Marxist you couldn't ask for. True to form, the modern Marxists renamed their self-centered dogma to the very self-congratulatory "progressivism." The only thing progressive about it is the steady progression of hatred and envy directed at everyone else coupled with a growing need for constant attention and praise.

About 2 years ago, back when I was still watching Monday Night Football, which was moved to ESPN, I noticed that they had begun shoving feminist misandry down the male viewers' throats more and more during every broadcast. Monday Night Football was slowly being turned into Monday Night Femmeball, and I said as much on my blog. Tonight, I forgot that I had been boycotting Monday Night Football and turned on the game. ESPN, owned by the very gay Disney Corporation, long ago fired all the male sideline reporters for football and replaced them with female reporters. The first women were terrible, and it seemed like a joke that would end eventually. They were truly awful. But all the other networks did likewise, pressured by an unnamed feminist wave of political correctness. So ESPN, always determined to be more anti-male than all the other networks in every possible way, fired their head anchor for sports programming and replaced him with a woman. It did not matter which woman, only that she be a woman. The ESPFemme women joined in the chorus demanding that NFL football players wear pink for the entire month of October, surrendering their manhood and dignity and admit that they are subservient to their feminazi overlords. And then, just to remind every man still watching football who controls their game now, they ordered their head reporter for Monday Night Femmeball to sign off every single Monday night game by spitting into the faces of the male viewers by saying "on behalf of all the women and men of ESPN, I want to thank you for watching." Its a bit like saying, "on behalf of all the women at ESPN I want to say fuck you to all the males who still watch football, the game which single-handedly pays our salaries and makes ESPN possible in the first place." So please allow me to respond in kind by saying here on my blog, fuck you to every single person at ESPN and the Disney Corporation and may you all burn with yeast infections for Christmas and experience spontaneous abortions on New Years Day after you got drunk on Christmas, passed out in your offices and got fucked by the janitors who found you passed out on your backs like turtles.

ESPN turtle

Now, enough about people and things that I don't like. Here is someone I do like:

Alison Helene Becker

I don't have a specific reason for liking her. I just saw her on The Craig Ferguson Show and thought she was cool. She's an actress, she plays the ukelele and she laughs a lot. And that's really all there is to it.

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