And, most importantly, more ecologically-friendly dark lord.
I’m glad Gab exists. It serves a very useful purpose. But there are a LOT of literal retards on social media.
VD: “A man in Arizona admitted to possessing child pornography during the interview process for a position with the El Mirage Police Department.”
Following the disclosure, he was offered the position of police chief.
GAMMA: Total malarkey. The man was arrested, not offered a position of police chief. Here’s an article on the story from the New York Post.
This sort of thing is why I’m not quite entirely unsympathetic to the globalist notion of offering lethal poison to every moron gullible enough to trust the science and inject it into his body because credentials. Yes, it’s awful, horrific, evil, and satanic, no question, but I do think it’s important to remember that it will pretty much kill off the self-appointed reality police.
Silver linings, my friends. Silver linings.
This, according to the mainstream media, is what passes for a brutal, quick-witted, and savage burn.
Miss Thunberg today issued a brutal comeback in a tweet to her 4.9million followers, saying:
‘Yes, please do enlighten me. email me at email@example.com.’
The teenager’s quick-witted response sparked a social media storm, going viral within minutes – and garnering support from fans online. Miss Thunberg’s tweet roasting Tate surpassed a total of one millions likes in just seven hours – currently standing at nearly 1.7million likes as of 10.30pm.
It would have been funny to see them try to immediately perform a 180 and start shrieking about body-shaming if Andrew Tate was actually half as hard as he pretends to be and had replied with something like:
“I thought your email was firstname.lastname@example.org!”
Can you imagine the outrage of the professional hypocrites? Sadly, he didn’t have the steel, although “How dare you!” wasn’t bad.
What’s even more pathetic than the media pretending that the Gretard’s softball was some sort of amped-up Oscar Wilde zinger is the retards on social media acting as if she threw a 150 MPH heater that broke his jaw.
It’s ever so much easier than you would tend to imagine.
High school is a difficult time for most kids. They’re becoming self aware. Exploring who they are, what their place in society is and what their interests are. If that’s not bad enough they also suddenly get raging hormones and have to learn how to deal with their sexuality.
High school is a period in which everyone feels insecure. Fitting in and being popular are very important. It is a place of navel gazing where everyone is constantly trying to see where they stand in the human hierarchy and where the opinion of others is super important.
In hindsight we know all of this is silly, but during high school we all feel the pressure. We’re placed in a lot of uncomfortable positions and we develop coping mechanisms to deal with them.
In hindsight we know all of this is silly, at least objectively we do. But humans aren’t really objective. They’re emotional. High school is a time of many emotions and most of us never process them. We never learnt healthy ways of processing things as kids so high school doesn’t get processed.
For many high school was not a good time. They weren’t a popular kid. They didn’t get the girl. Nobody looked up to them. Perhaps they even got bullied or excluded from the group (the worst thing that can happen to any 15 year old).
That’s a lot of repressed trauma/issues. So when I posted that photo of the stereotypical popular couple, it stinged for a lot of people. The couple on the photo represent the archetypical popular kids. They’re good looking, athletic, popular, probably from wealthy families, etc. They’re the kids everyone wishes they were. They seemingly had it all, and worst of all, it didn’t even seem to cost them any effort.
Which is why I tweeted that this photo invokes primal reactions in people. They are the couple everyone wishes they were in high school They represent the summun of popularity and success in high school. Those who fell short this ideal cannot help but feel the sting of envy. Even if they are way past their high school years.
Simply because they never dealt with their teenage emotions. Their self image took serious blows during their high school period and left wounds which never properly healed. My tweets resonated with their pain and it caused them to become very upset.
One of the things I’ve found fascinating about online culture is the way that damaged people not only don’t hesitate to expose their psychological scars to complete strangers, but more often than not, are completely unaware that they are doing so. As with the physical martial arts, it is very, very difficult to attempt a psychological attack on someone else without opening up and exposing your own psychology to them.
Hence my amusement when a self-appointed critic calls me “fat” or an “incel”, asserts that I’m insecure about my intelligence, or claims that Spacebunny doesn’t exist; the less an attack is focused on observable attributes or behaviors, the more likely it is that the attacker is engaging in psychological projection and revealing their own insecurities.
A psychologically healthy individual will tend to have a response to the image of a pretty cheerleader kissing her football-playing boyfriend that ranges from the positive to the indifferent. But a psychologically unhealthy individual will be readily traumatized by the mere sight of that which is good, that which is beautiful, or that which is true.
So, if you find yourself tending to react with negativity towards that which is positive, it would probably be a good idea to contemplate why that is, and what youthful trauma is troubling you.
Gammas simply never know when to stop defending themselves and admit that they were wrong, even when it is obvious to everyone. One of the reasons it is wise to develop the ability to admit error is because refusing to take the loss, to learn from it, and then move on tends to inspire people to mock all of one’s subsequent attempts to retroactively reframe the situation and redefine yourself as the winner.
This is the actual Dilbert cartoon. So very funny, is it not? After all, what is more amusing than a butthurt gamma setting up strawmen in order show how smart he is by knocking them down?
The cartoon below is not the original Dilbert cartoon, it is a parody of it. I leave it to you, gentle reader, to decide which one is funnier. And which is The Best Thing That Ever Happened.
@fubear: I have observed that efficient access to the beer cooler is essential enough that masked people will get shoulder to shoulder with their fellow man. The winos still maintain 6’.
@voxday: Of course peasants don’t mind crowding. We civilized people prefer to maintain a civilized – and healthy – distance from the unwashed masses. I generally try to maintain social distancing of at least one kilometer.
Then again 1.5 SD is usually sufficient for all practical social distancing purposes.
What a surprise! The initial word of mouth for the new Star Wars film is spectacular! Again!
The Force is strong with this one.
The first reviews are in for Star Wars: The Last Jedi — and everybody is blown away.
The world premiere of the eighth chapter in the Skywalker saga, directed by Rian Johnson, took place in Hollywood on Saturday night.
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi is everything. Intense, funny, emotional, exciting. It’s jam-packed with absolutely jaw dropping moments and I loved it so, so much. I’m still shaking,’ wrote Gizmodo’s Germain Lussier.
‘I can’t believe The Last Jedi exists. @rianjohnson is a madman and I love him for it. He takes Star Wars to the edge and throws it over. What a crazy, awesome movie. We’ll be talking about this one for a long, long time.’
Sure we will. Having been a Star Wars fanatic turned hater by The Phantom Menace, I have not seen a Star Wars movie since. But I do take sadistic pleasure in the observing the usual process of a new release in the series.
- OMG! It’s the BEST since EMPIRE!
- Okay, maybe we got a little carried away. But it’s still really good!
- Well, I mean, it’s all right.
- Actually, there are a lot of things that don’t make any sense.
- And are pretty lame, come to think of it.
- This movie sucks.
- Now, what was the second one called? No, the second of the new ones, not the prequels.
The LA Times Jen Yamato claimed: ‘StarWars: The Last Jedi is so beautifully human, populist, funny, and surprising. I cried when one POC heroine got her moment because films like these leave their mark on entire generations — and representation matters.’
You don’t say…. All that being said, I would genuinely enjoy it if they follow the color-by-numbers approach so closely that Luke cuts off Mary Suewalker’s hand before he reveals that he was the sperm donor for the interracial lesbian couple who were murdered by racist Nazi stormtroopers, leaving her an orphan.
This is hilarious. The Macmillan executives who just shut down Pronoun have got to be eyeing serious cuts at Tor Books in 2018. At least Pronoun did what it was supposed to do.
Black Excellence: Honoring Kwanzaa through Science Fiction and Fantasy
It may be the holiday season, but for many people that goes beyond just Christmas or Hannukah. In my case, it means honoring my ancestors and culture through Kwanzaa. I’ve celebrated Kwanzaa alongside Christmas for nearly two decades now. While I no longer go through the whole ritual of lighting the mishumaa saba (seven candles) in the kinara (candleholder) or setting out the mazao (crops) and kikombe cha umoja (unity cup) on the mkeka (mat), I still try to honor the Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) on which Kwanzaa was founded. One of the ways I do that is by spending the week of Kwanzaa focusing on work created by African Americans, from television to movies to comics to books to businesses and beyond.
It’s always amusing to see people pretending to care about fake holidays for fake Americans. As for me, I like to celebrate Black Excellence during Kwanzaa by watching Serena Williams defeat an white girl half her weight in straight sets while listening to Puff Daddy’s greatest hits, after which I read one of SFWA Grand Master Samuel L. Delaney’s beautiful tales of true gay love between man and underage boy.
It’s a very special time of year.
But sometimes they throw you a big fat one right over the plate:
Supreme Dark Lord @voxday
A white woman who has a child with a black father has a 2 percent chance of the father financially supporting that child.
That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve heard all day. There’s proof that black dads are more hands on then others.
Supreme Dark Lord @voxday
Child abuse doesn’t count, sport.
One has to keep one’s hand in, if one is to remain an Award-Winning Cruelty Artist, after all.