Questions Galore Meme - Part 3

Stolen from Catch Her in the Wry who stole it from Sunday Stealing:

41. What is a quote that you love?
My favorite quote at this moment is, "Mike Tirico is a fucking treasonous cunt who deserves to be castrated and then shot by the men of the US military whom he just shamelessly insulted on Monday Night Football." The quote is from me, but that doesn't stop me from loving it.

42. Do you think of pure hate as something humanity created?
Humanity never created anything. Think about it, every single thing we have ever 'created' was from building blocks already provided. Even children come from sperm and eggs which just appear inside us without our doing anything. To create something is to start from nothing. We consider creativity to be the ability to come up with things from a blank canvas, from nowhere, from nothing, but in truth, every new idea was built on a previous one. Every painting required a canvas and paint. Every song was built from rules and ideas taken from previous songs and theories. Pure hate is something no human being is capable of. I hate Mike Tirico, but I can't claim it is a pure hate. Mostly it's just a desire to see him beaten to a pulp by men in uniform as punishment for being such a pussified asshole.

43. When was the last time you wanted to scream?
Ten minutes ago when I went against my own better judgment and watched part of a Monday Night Football game even though I knew Mike Tirico would be announcing and would inevitably piss me off with his misandric vagina.

44. Do you ever at times see the world in black and white?
Sometimes, if I select that option in Photoshop just to see if a picture would look better that way.

45. Have you ever thought that cell phones are too obtrusive?
It's the people who are obtrusive. You can choose not to answer, such as when you are driving. You choose not to use a blinker while blabbing away on your cell phone just because you are too selfish and lazy to reach down and flick the lever with the hand you chose to hold your cell phone in. It is people who are too obtrusive, and that obtrusiveness comes from selfishness.

46. In your life, where do you think the rainbow will end?
I don't think there is any rainbow. And there aren't any ponies either. And no gay pride parade and no Lucky Charms and no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that doesn't exist. There is just this, whatever you want to call it, that is my life each day until it isn't. And then it won't be. But there haven't been any rainbows and I'm not holding my breath waiting for any.

47. What is something that you never want to do again?
There are just so many things, where would I even begin? If I had my whole life to live over again, I would walk an entirely different road as much as possible.

48.When was the first time you realized the world was small?
It isn't the world that is small, it is some of the narcissists who inhabit it, shitheads with their blinding Xenon laser headlights on the highway, talking on their cellphones in traffic instead of paying attention, or insulting the men of this country on ESPN's Monday Night Football, or slandering men in exchange for fame or money or both, or parking their fat asses in everyone else's way in the aisle of a store just because they can, or setting up cameras everywhere in order to monitor the people and charge them with crimes for every single move they make or breath they take - those people are small little trolls who deserve only our contempt and who surely get it. But they can't make the world small. There is so much to do and so much to see. There are still distant places where you can go and escape those people for a little while. There are places that make you say "holy cow" and realize that the world is gigantic and you are small. And the universe is even bigger still.

49. How do you spend your time contemplating life’s mysteries?
I sit behind the wheel of my car, or in front of the TV, or reading a magazine or newspaper, staring in amazement at some of the worlds stupidest people and think to myself, "how can a person be as stupid as that and still be able to speak and communicate? You would think that animals could talk and write if a human can be as dumb as that person and yet still talk endlessly about mindless crap which they so totally misunderstand." To me, "The View" is a perfect example of one of life's greatest mysteries. How can so many be so utterly stupid and yet no one in their entire studio has any greater understanding than them? It's like watching monkeys throwing their own shit around in the zoo.

50. Ever discuss your political beliefs with people?
I say what I know is true. If anyone chooses to hear, good for them. If they tune me out, fuck'em.

51. Do you care about the environment?
This questions hinges on the definition of 'care'. It is a question usually asked with an agenda behind it involving an attempt to manipulate a person into embracing a radical dogma that is unhealthy and illogical. For that matter, 'the environment' needs to be clarified because I could care only about the room in which I currently sit, and yet this is my environment every bit as much as the land the room sits upon or the state the land is located within, or the nation, or the continent. Maybe I care, but only about my own immediate environment, or maybe I care about clean air, but don't believe in totalitarian governments taxing the air we breath and excusing this violation of our basic human rights to life and liberty by claiming it is necessary 'for the environment.'

52. What's your motto for life?
Don't make me fuck you up.

53. Is progress destroying the beauty of the world?
I could argue all day about the definition of both progress and beauty. But just to avoid argument, imagine Japan after the tsunami. Without progress everything would remain a giant wasteland for generations. People would simply leave the mess and move elsewhere. With progress, even a natural disaster of such epic proportions can eventually be recovered from. They can and will rebuild and get on with their lives. Let me ask you, what is more beautiful, an empty stretch of desert sand, or a beautiful woman like Heidi Klum? Without living beings to witness the beauty of this world, what good is that beauty? What purpose does it serve? It may as well not exist at all without people to live in and enjoy it. Venus with all it's acidic gases would be considered just as beautiful as Earth with its green grass, blue water, and living beings. To curse progress is to romanticize the past, forgetting how hard it was, while taking the ease of modern life for granted. Then again, if your government just passed a carbon tax and called it 'progress' then I can see why you might feel that way.

54. Do you believe there is life somewhere else in the universe?
I believe it is a question of less importance than the current generation assigns it. If we discover bacteria alive on Mars, while that may be very interesting from a scientific perspective, how does it affect you? Will you really even care? Perhaps the more relevant question should be, 'do you believe there is intelligent life capable of interacting and communicating with humans on earth somewhere else in the universe and if so, should we destroy it as soon as we find it?'

55. Would you like to rule a country?
It would depend on what country. I don't need the headaches of ruling a trainwreck. But if you offer me a job as king of a nation with enough steady income and wealth to set me up with a nice life and my own army, I'd take it.

56. Do you believe everything has a purpose?
No, I don't see any purpose in Joe Biden at all.

57. Is war ever for the best?
When dealing with a maniac with an army and weapons which they intend to use to kill you and yours, war is the only option. Whether it is 'best' does not enter into it. Winning that war is for the best. The war itself is simply what must be done. Tolerating that enemy and refusing to prepare for war is the worst thing you can do.

58. Could you kill anyone in defense of self or loved ones?
Yes, and so could you given a threat to the right loved one.

59. How do you react to people (Such as Governor Rick Perry) who don't believe global warming is really our fault?
I admire their refusal to embrace the mindless self-loathing fad of this new Romantic era and instead think for themselves. Remember the Maginot Line and all those Frenchmen who took solace in the knowledge that 'everyone knows' it will keep them safe? Following the latest 'everyone knows' is one of the surest ways to get lost. Think for yourself.

60. Does love conquer all?
No, love has never conquered feminism. Hate is still too strong and, in fact, growing stronger and richer and more politically entrenched every year. Love conquers one heart at a time, but hate sweeps through entire populations like a disease.

61. Is euthanasia morally acceptable?
If the person being euthanized wants it. If they don't, it's murder, even if your intentions are good.

62. Is world peace impossible?
Yes, it is impossible so long as people still exist. There are many vastly differing personality types, and some of the most evil people in the world are also highly intelligent and focused totally on the acquisition of power and the oppression of their fellow man. This may sound foreign to your way of thinking, but these blood-lusting psychos exist in every part of the world and often spend their entire lives seeking ever greater power and authority over others. Sometimes they rise to lead entire nations, and when those nations are strong enough, they use that power to attack other nations. These people will always exist. In fact, if they could, they would wipe out all the rest of us and leave only other people like themselves, in case you were thinking that perhaps one day this personality disorder might be cured. They don't want to be 'cured'. They don't think they have a problem. They think people like me who don't celebrate destruction and murder have the problem and need to be 'cured' by mass murder. And before you philosophize that humans in general are the whole problem with the world, even bands of monkeys wage wars against rival bands of monkeys. Predatory cats murder the babies of other cats. There is nowhere in the world that peace truly exists. Peace is a temporary state of being at best.

63. Is pride a good or a bad thing?
Pride is a group of lions. If they're out in the wild culling weak caribou from the herd then it's a good thing. If they're in your living room culling the weak from your family then it's bad. Its all in your perspective.

64.What do you think is the purpose of your life?
If I knew the purpose of my life I probably wouldn't have spent so much time and energy writing this blog over the years. Then again, maybe this blog is my life's purpose. How sad would that be?

65. Do you believe in karma?
I believe that most evil people get away with the shit they do and never pay the price for it like they deserve. I believe most good people receive few if any reward for not doing evil and simply go through life telling themselves that karma will get those evil people one day, because it would so totally suck if it didn't. But it usually doesn't. Just ask the people who lived and died under Joseph Stalin. Karma didn't do anything to his ugly evil ass.

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