Nuggets of Wisdom

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Make America Hope Again In 2017

Recently finished watching the first season of Supergirl on Netflix. Really love the series, especially the two-part series finale. I felt it had a very uplifting (and perhaps even libertarian) message about the struggle between individuality and conformity, between individualism and collectivism.

I especially loved Supergirl's "Audacity of Hope" speech. It's rather fitting right now, considering how much of a bummer 2016 has been. With everything that has happened last year, it's easy to give up hope. Don't! Keep up the good fight, never give up, and never lose hope.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Adam Smith Destroyed Protectionism

"I have endeavoured to shew, even upon the principles of the commercial system, how unnecessary it is to lay extraordinary restraints upon the importation of goods from those countries with which the balance of trade is supposed to be disadvantageous.

Nothing, however, can be more absurd than this whole doctrine of the balance of trade, upon which, not only these restraints, but almost all the other regulations of commerce are founded. When two places trade with one another, this doctrine supposes that, if the balance be even, neither of them either loses or gains; but if it leans in any degree to one side, that one of them loses and the other gains in proportion to its declension from the exact equilibrium. Both suppositions are false. A trade which is forced by means of bounties and monopolies may be and commonly is disadvantageous to the country in whose favour it is meant to be established, as I shall endeavour to show hereafter. But that trade which, without force or constraint, is naturally and regularly carried on between any two places is always advantageous, though not always equally so, to both...

Monday, December 26, 2016

Rouge One Was A Disappointing Mess (Spoilers!)

(Start Mr. Plinkett impression)

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the most disappointing thing since the 2008 Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie. I mean, how much more could you possibly f*** up the entire backstory to Star Wars: A New Hope?

And while The Clone Wars eventually led to a somewhat entertaining TV series, the unfortunate reality of Rogue One is that, due to its indirect connection to A New Hope, it will be around. Forever. It will never go away. It can never be undone.

And if you're someone under the age of like, 20, who claims to be one of those "alt-right" Trump supporters who ironically tweeted #BoycottStarWars, and you say the worst thing about this movie is that the main lead has a vagina and the other characters have much darker skin than your own, then I suggest you stop reading this review right now before I carefully explain to you how much of a f***ing racist sexist idiot you are, especially since you wasted your vote on Cheeto Hitler.

So where do I possibly start? Nothing in Rogue One makes any sense at all. It comes off like a script written by a corporate hack wanting to cash in on the Star Wars franchise. It's like J.J. Abrams finished the script in one draft, and they decided to go with it, without anyone saying it made no sense at all, or that it was a stupid, incoherent mess.

I guess at this point who's going to question J.J. or tell him what to do? He controls every aspect of the Star Wars franchise now ever since he successfully brought it back from the dead. He probably got rid of those people that questioned him creatively a long time ago because of that.

I also think that everyone just assumed a new Star Wars movie would be an instant hit, regardless of what the plot was or who the characters were. Really. How hard could it be to screw up? It's like screwing up The Last Airbender: you take the bald kid with the arrow on his head, you give him lines...

(End Mr. Plinkett impression)

Call me unoriginal for ripping off that spiel from Mr. Plinkett's review of The Phantom Menace, but the fact that those very words can easily and appropriately describe the mess that is Rogue One to me speaks volumes about that movie.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Obama Helps Trump Bring On The Nukes

I'm sure most of you have already seen Trump's inane tweet about how he wants America to ramp up its nuclear arsenal until "the world comes to its senses."

Well, while Democrats were busy crowing about how the Angry Cheeto wanted to bring about nuclear winter, Obama silently signed legislation that would permit Trump to do just that:

Is Fake News KILLING the Internet?

If my past three posts are an indicator, yes, yes it is. Film Theory explains why:

Friday, December 23, 2016

Yet Another Fake News Hate Crime Story

Yesterday I discussed three "hate crimes" that were revealed to be fake news stories, and it appears as if there's yet another fake story to add to that post.

Allegedly, there was a Jewish family in Pennsylvania who were blamed for the cancellation of an elementary school play, and whom were allegedly forced to leave town after receiving on-line harassment from Breitbart.

Of course, by "allegedly", I mean "not really!"

That #BoycottDelta Prankster Was Worse Than I Thought

Yesterday I briefly discussed Adam Saleh, a young Muslim man who was allegedly kicked off of an airplane for merely speaking Arabic, when, in reality, he was an infamous YouTube prankster who had pulled off similar stunts in the past.

Just after posting my blog post yesterday, I stumbled across a video by Philip DeFranco discussing Saleh, and it turns out he’s worse that we'd all initially thought.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Top Reported Hate Crimes Are Fake News

Ever since Hillary Clinton lost the election, the left-wing noise machine has been blaming “fake news” for her loss. Granted, fake news does exist as a real problem, but the irony is that many of these left-wing rags are the ones guilty of peddling the stuff. Case in point has been their recent fear-mongering over a fake “hate crime” epidemic following Trump's election.

Amazing Atheist Destroys MTV’s Race-Baiting Video

I’m sure most of you are already familiar with that cringe-worthy race-baiting MTV video. You know, the one that pitches "New Year’s resolutions" for “white men”, which pretty much barrels down to “shut-up-and-listen-to-us-condensed-you-and-blame-you-for-everything-wrong-with-our-shallow-lives-for-two-minutes”!

As can be expected, that egregious piece of SJW Buzzfeed-wannabe clickbait received so much backlash for how painfully stupid it was that MTV took it down. So it got knocked down, but it got up again, and nothing’s going to keep it down. (Only it’s been taken down again!)

Pretty much everybody from Paul Joseph Watson to Chris Ray Gun to Philip DeFranco have torn that video a new one. But perhaps my favorite response video came from the Amazing Atheist, especially since it involved him lamenting about how cool MTV used to be back when it played music videos and before it became an SJW propaganda network.

Check it out:

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Want To Hear A Funny Joke?

Brianna Wu is running for public office.

No. But seriously. Brianna Wu, the professional victim who got internet famous bawwing about how she was "harassed" by #GamerGate, only to get buttmad when the FBI revealed there was no credible evidence that she was actually being harassed, wants to run for Congress.

I'd say that I'd take Sarah Palin running for president more seriously, but considering Palin actually had political experience as governor of Alaska, whereas Wu has zero political experience, yes, I actually would take Palin more seriously.

Russia Blocks Tracer's Queer Booty

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you're probably well aware that Overwatch is the hottest game of the year. The game has since become even hotter now that one of its most popular characters, Tracer, has come out of the closet in a recent tie-in comic.

Now in an ideal world, such news would elicit praise at best and a "meh" at worse. But since we live in a world where the Vice President elect believes that kids can have "teh gay" electrocuted out of them, we obviously don't live in such an ideal world.

As such, this news has unleashed a backlash of faux homophobic outrage, primarily from three groups:

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Love People. Hate The State.

I don't hate cops. I hate a corrupt criminal justice system that allows police officers to kill unarmed citizens with impunity and that imprisons otherwise innocent people for victimless crimes.

I don't hate soldiers. I hate the horror of war that terrorizes the most politically & economically vulnerable among us.

I don't hate teachers. I hate an education system that care less about educating the future generation and more about indoctrinating them into being complacent, obedient servants.

I don't hate the poor. I hate an economic system and welfare state that keeps the poor in poverty and prevents them from making a better living for themselves.

It is precisely because of my love for humanity that I get enraged at unjust systems that prevent people from flourishing and being free.

It's frustrating to see my righteous anger at unjust systems as hatred for individuals, but it's more frustrating to see the oppressed suffer while those maladjusted to injustice remain silent.

I won't be silent. Silence is compliance!

Monday, December 19, 2016

No Shock That #DumpStarWars Failed

Rouge One premiered over the weekend, and to no one's surprise, the movie blew up the box office like the Death Star. Was there any doubt that it would? This is a Star Wars movie, after all. Even the prequels did well in theaters, and butt hurt fanboys pretend that those films don't real!

So it should come as no surprise that the movie did well. Or at least it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who isn't a butt hurt neo-Nazi who tried to boycott the movie.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Disney Sunday: Can Disney Pull Off A Cinematic Universe?

About two weeks ago, I watched Moana. It was awesome. Perhaps not as awesome as Frozen, but clearly awesome enough to surpass Frozen’s Thanksgiving weekend record.

Perhaps what intrigued me the most about Disney’s newest film was something I learned before watching it. Prior to leaving for the cinema, I heard that the movie would include an end credits scene.

Like everyone else, when I think of an end credit scene, I think of those at the end of Marvel movies--you know, the ones that hint at future movies? This had me wondering about what Moana’s end credit scene would reveal.

Would it be a sequel? Was Disney so confident about Moana’s success that they planned out the sequel before the first movie was even released? Or could it be something even bigger? Were we going to receive a glimpse of a potential Disney cinematic universe?

No spoilers, but the actual end credit scene revealed none of that. Even then, it really had me wondering: could Disney actually pull off its own cinematic universe?

Friday, December 16, 2016

Fan Art Friday: Moana Madness

I recently had the opportunity to watch Moana. Was it better than Frozen? No. Was it a great movie? Oh, heck yes! In fact, if you haven't watched it yet, drop what you're doing right now, go to your nearest theater, and watch it. It. Is. That. Good!

Above all else, the artwork was gorgeous (especially when it came to animating the water, of all things). So it's no surprise that it inspired equally-gorgeous fan art. Here's just a few:

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Daily Stevie: How To Catch Rose Quarticus

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It’s been forever since I shared anything Steven Universe-related. So Imma share me some fan art about the best song of the year! Aw yeah, that's my jam!

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

AlterNet Spreads Fake News

Before you ask, yes, those AlterNet headlines are sadly real:
If you log onto AlterNet, chances are you'll be greeted with a pop-up warning you to "not let fake news destroy our democracy."

Somehow a "news" site that spreads misinformation and pseudoscience about GMOs, cell phones, wireless internet, modern medicine, and, of all things, toothpaste, has no place railing against "fake news."

AlterNet warning about “fake news” as a "threat to democracy" is akin to a flesh-eating bacteria warning how the cold virus is a threat to public health.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

No, Amazon Go Won’t "Terk Er Jerbs"!

Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it will be opening Amazon Go, a proposed nationwide chain that promises no lines and no checkout. Thanks to the wonders of new technology, customers will grant themselves entry with the Amazon app on their mobile device, select whatever items they want, and simply leave while having their transactions automatically deducted from their account.

Upon hearing this news, I had two simultaneous feelings: first, a sense of childlike wonder upon learning how technological progress has taken us to this point where stores no longer require even self-checkouts.

Alas, I also felt a sick knot in my stomach knowing that there would be a knee-jerk backlash against said progress. Luddites would most certainly feign faux outrage about how these “new-fangled machines” will end up “stealing” jobs from poor innocent cashiers--never mind that these stores will still require employees to restock and tend to the store!

Sure enough, if you glance at the comment section of any news story discussing Amazon Go, you'll see plenty of comments along the lines of "dey terk er jerbs!" And sure enough, we already have think pieces and political cronies accusing Amazon Go of trying to "terk er jerbs!"

With any news concerning any great leap forward in technology, be it with self-checkouts or self-driving cars, the cries of machines “terking er jerbs” soon follow.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Martin Shkreli’s $150 Drug Made By Kids For Only $2

I’m sure most of you are familiar with Martin Shkreli, the young scumf**k of a CEO who charged $750 for Daraprim, a life-saving drug used for treating malaria patients.

Turns out that Australian high school students were able to recreate the exact same drug for only two dollars!

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Fidel Castro Dies (And Communism With Him)

Joy to the world! Fidel Castro’s dead! Let’s barbecue his head. What happened to his body? We flushed it down the potty. And around and around it goes. And around and around it goes. And around and around and around it goes.


Sorry about that. I couldn’t help celebrating the fact that Fidel Castro, a petty tyrant whose communist regime is responsible for countless crimes and atrocities, has finally kicked the bucket.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

“Alt-Right” Is PC For “Neo-Nazi”

Most of you have already heard me criticize the "alt-right" before. I pretty much stand by what other people say in that "alt-right" is simply a "politically-correct" term for "neo-Nazi." That's what they are, and that's what I'll call them.

Oh, you think it's hyperbolic to call alt-right Trump supporters "neo-Nazis"? Then I suggest you watch the video below and read the article associated with it:

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Made In America iPhones Will Cost More

Apple announced that it would be moving production of the iPhone from China to America. Already, Trump supporters are celebrating this announcement as a victory for Trump, believing that this is him helping bring back “jobs” to America as he promised.

This is BS for two reasons: first, Apple had been considering this move for some time now, so the God Emperor Don and his recent ascent had little to do with it.

Second, and most importantly, this move is hardly a good thing, as it will inevitably cause iPhone prices to more than double:

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Look Whose The Traitor Now, Occupy Democrats!

I’m all for criticizing and protesting the president, but if you’re someone who once upon a time shared this Occupy Democrats meme about Barack Obama, calling anyone who criticizes or protests him a “traitor”, and you now find yourself criticizing and protesting Donald Trump, consider yourself the “traitor” you accused your fellow Americans of being.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Guess Who Was Mentioned On The Bogosity Podcast?!?

The Bogosity Podcast recently released their special election podcast in which they discuss the presidential nominees. When they discussed Gary Johnson, they actually read and shared my blog post on him. Go ahead and check it out. The part where they mention me and my blog post are at the 15:49 time mark:

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Vote No On Florida Amendment One

On the Florida ballot is an amendment that will allegedly protect the right of Floridians to own and use solar panels. It sounds good enough. After all, we are the Sunshine State, so why call ourselves that if we can't power our homes with sunshine?

However, like every other government proposal with “good intentions”, this amendment contains dirty details on how it will pave a road to hell for anyone who isn’t a utility company.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Yes, Michael, Women Can Be Evil Scumbags Like Men!

Do I even have to corroborate the statement that Michael Moore is full of s***? It’s like trying to prove that the sky is blue or that the grass is green or that Superman Vs. Batman is the worst modern superhero movie. It’s something inherently true at face value.

Recently, the anti-capitalist filmmaker whose anti-capitalist films rake in millions through the capitalist box office has been going full steam in shilling for Hillary.

According to him, not only would a Hillary presidency be a win for Democrats, but also a win for women around the world, as it would allegedly end men’s "10,000 year reign"—as though there has never been a female leader up until now!

And then he had to open his big fat mouth—not to shovel in more food, mind you!—to spout this nonsense on Twitter:
Sweet f***ing Celestia, where do I even begin with this BS?

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

I Voted For Gary Johnson

(Note: this post is not directed to any specific followers. This is a general open letter to the internet and to people who oppose third parties.)

Yesterday I went to my local polling site for early voting. On my ballot, I was presented with at least three choices for president. I had no interest in voting for Trump, and I especially had no interest in voting for Hillary. So that left me with Gary Johnson—as if there was any doubt that I would vote for him!

Friday, October 28, 2016

Millennial Morons Think Socialism's Kewl!

Never a day goes by when I don’t hear my fellow millennials say or do things that make me embarrassed and ashamed to be within the same demographic as them.

Case in point, while the socialist government of Venezuela has collapsed to the point where its citizens are forced to butcher zoo animals for food, many of my fellow millennials—many of whom probably sip Starbucks coffee and text on their iPhones within the comforts of their first-world capitalist country—have warmed up to the “good idea” of socialism:

Monday, October 24, 2016

Nightly Frights: The Trick

The infamous Evangelical cartoonist Jack T. Chick recently passed away, so I decided now more than ever would be an opportune time to share his work.

As easy as it is to harp on his comics (and there are plenty of YouTube channels that make a living doing just that), I really do have a soft spot for them. I always loved reading these comics as a kid, and even to this day I appreciate the creepy art style. It’s almost like one of those 1950s horror comics.

But while I don’t really have a problem with a tracts that evangelize the Gospel, the ones that carry a socio-political messages tend to be quite iffy, even when enjoying them ironically. These comics are infamous for riding many a fear train, the most infamous being the role-playing hysteria.

This comic plays off of another unfounded fear: poison Halloween candy. Contrary to popular fearmongering, Halloween candy barely contains any razor blades or tainted syringes or anything else that isn’t caramel nougat. However, according to Jack Chick, not only is Halloween candy full of metal, it’s been cursed by witches in order to sacrifice your children to Satan.

I’m not making that up. And unfortunately, it seems like I'm unable to actually share the comic's images here on this blog, so you'll have to go to the actual page to view it.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Vote Yes On Amendment Two

Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use in 2012. Four years later, violent crime, traffic fatalities, and drug-related arrests have decreased, while job growth and tax revenue, especially for schools and social programs, have increased.

Obviously, the main difference between Colorado and Florida is that Colorado legalized marijuana for recreational use while Florida only wants to legalize medical marijuana. Of course, if recreational pot didn't harm Colorado, what harm could come from medical pot in Florida?

Vote "yes" on Amendment Two this November if you agree that Florida should follow Colorado's example.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Nintendo NX Now Nintendo Switch

How appropriate does it seem that Nintendo’s big announcement arrived the day after the final presidential debate? It’s almost as if Miyamoto knew that we Americans would be bummed out by the prospect of either the wild orangutan or albino Wicked Witch becoming our next president, so he decided to cheer us up and give us something positive to look forward to by announcing his company’s next console. And, boy, was it the cheering up that we the internet needed!

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Nightly Frights: Happy Sun Daycare

As with motels, before sending your children to a daycare you’ve never heard of, always check the Yelp reviews to ensure there haven’t been any negative experiences with it—like, for example, children being forced into a room with a giant violent dog that attacks and bites them:

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Nightly Frights: The Curse

Once again for Nightly Frights, I’m showcasing selections from that most nightmare-inducing of all book, Scary Stories To Tell In the Dark. And how apropos is it that this year it’s been announced that the book will be adapted into a movie by the ever talented Guillermo del Toro? Will it be an epic homage like Creepshow was to EC Comics? Or will it be a shamelessly comedic flop like Goosebumps? Only time will tell.

For now, let’s focus on this evening’s selection: "The Curse." Just how much would you accept to stay in a haunted house overnight? Would you do it for a Klondike bar? Well, in this story, the protagonist does it on a simple dare as a fraternal initiation. The outcome is what you’d come to expect from a story such as this:

Monday, October 10, 2016

VGM Monday: Music Box

All this month for Halloween, I’m dedicating VGM Monday to scary video game music. And this night’s selection, while not scary on its own, certainly has a chilling vibe when you consider what game it comes from.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Leaving Their Own Legacies

Within the past eight years, Mark Zuckerberg donated 99 percent of his Facebook shares to charity and has created plans to provide free internet access to developing countries through innovative technology.

Within the past eight years, Elon Musk developed more affordable solar panels and electric cars, designed a revolutionary new form of transportation, and revitalized the space program with plans to send humans to Mars.

Within the past eight years, Barack Obama has launched more drones, bombed more countries, deported more immigrants, and prosecuted more whistleblowers than the previous guy, and plans on leaving the country with more than $20 trillion in debt in the slowest economic recovery of all time.

Remind me again why libtards hate Silicon Valley but want to give Obama a third term?

Friday, October 7, 2016

Fan Art Fright-Days: Gravity Falls

All this month, I will be dedicating my Fan Art Fridays to Blame The Fright month. First up is a showcase of fan art from a recent beloved classic that is gone but not forgotten: Gravity Falls. (On a related note: does anyone else love Nostalgia Critic's awesome new Nostalgia-ween intro?)

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Update

As most of you know, Hurricane Matthew is making its way along the East Coast, especially Florida where I live. Fortunately, I live in an area where we won't be receiving the full Category 4 storm, but we will be experiencing heavy rain and winds. As such, I won’t be posting anything tomorrow. I should resume by Saturday if our electricity doesn’t get knocked out. If that’s the case, I should resume whenever.

Nightly Frights: Stay In Bed

Before you check into a hotel that you’ve never been to before, always make sure to check the Yelp reviews to make sure there haven’t been any reports of anything less than desirable: cockroaches, water stains, the ghosts of murder victims that wander the halls and force the hotel to enforce a strict curfew:

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Nightly Frights: The Trick

As with most every Halloween, I’m highlighting at least one selection from the most insidious of horrors: Evangelical propaganda!

As easy as it is to harp on these comics (and there are plenty of YouTube channels that make a living doing just that), I really do have a soft spot for them. I always loved reading these comics as a kid, and even to this day I appreciate the creepy art style. They're like those 1950s horror comics.

But while I don’t really have a problem with the tracts that evangelize the Gospel, the ones that carry a socio-political messages tend to be quite iffy, even when enjoying them ironically. These comics are infamous for riding many a fear train, the most infamous being the role-playing hysteria.

This comic plays off of another unfounded fear: poison Halloween candy. Contrary to popular fear-mongering, Halloween candy barely contains any razor blades or tainted syringes or anything else that isn’t caramel nougat. However, according to Jack Chick, not only is Halloween candy full of metal, it’s been cursed by witches in order to sacrifice your children to Satan.

I’m not making that up:

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Nightly Frights: Molly The Dolly

You know, the more that I think about it, dolls are the creepiest toys ever. Small humanoid figures with blank unblinking eyes and obviously fake grins? Thanks, but no thanks. Those are the products of nightmares!

So it’s no wonder that so many scary stories, especially creepypasta, are about living dolls. Take tonight’s tale about "Molly the Dolly". It’s a story that will make you think twice about buying a doll for a little girl’s birthday. It may be the last one you give her.

Monday, October 3, 2016

VGM Monday: Endless Stairs

All throughout October, as with last year, I will be dedicating this month's VGM Monday to showcasing spooky video game music. Let's start off with an innocent enough game: Super Mario 64.

So you reach the top level of the castle and approach the door leading to Bowser. The door says you need 70 stars to pass through. However, despite this, you pass through the door easily enough. You figure you can proceed anyway and approach the stairs. That's when this happens:

Nightly Frights: Wonderful Sausage

Yet another wonderful selection from Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark. And wonderfully enough, it’s entitled "Wonderful Sausage." This wonderful story offers wonderful advice to all married men out there who had there personal information leaked from Ashley Madison.

I’d say this story would turn anyone into a vegan, but I’ve read it many times and I still have an appetite for meat. Is it weird if you crave a hot dog after reading this? Just asking.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Disney Sunday (10/02/2016)

It's been a while since I've posted one of these. I think for now on, I'll be using Disney Sunday to highlight Disney-related news and other neat items while offering my thoughts on them. So here's what I have to think about this week in Disney:

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Nightly Frights: Some Jerk Bizzaro Commentary

As with most Blame The Fright months, I’m starting this month off with something silly rather than spooky. And what could be sillier than Some Jerk With A Camera?

I’m sure you’re familiar with the theme park reviewer and his most irreverent of reviews. And I’m also sure you’re familiar with one of his earliest reviews on Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

What you’re probably not as familiar with is his bizzaro commentary on that review. Most other commentaries have the creator offering boring comments on his creation. With his “bizzaro” commentary, Some Jerk completely dubs over his review with the most irreverent of humor that would give Bad Lip Readings a run for its money.

It’s as hilarious as you would come to expect from the guy. So give it a watch and have a good laugh:

Friday, September 30, 2016

Blame The Fright Month Starts Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the start of October. You know what that means? Yep! Halloween is right around the corner, and it's time once again for my blog to transform into Blame The Fright.

You know the drill by now: every day will feature something spooky ranging from scary stories, videos, and comics, along with spooky versions of my regular features such as VGM Monday and Fan Art Friday. And hopefully, I'll also have a list ready for this year, when last year one was absent.

So everybody do the pumpkin dance, boils and ghouls. It's time for Blame The Fright month!

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Don't Want To Be An American Idiot

What Americans believe:

So is it any wonder that Americans have selected Trump and Clinton to be our choice for president? They're just that stupid and ignorant!

Friday, September 23, 2016

Fan Art Friday: I'm Going To Disney World!

Last week, I treated my friend makeacandidbroadcast to an early birthday present with a visit to Disney World. Needless to say, we both had fun. As a way to help share that fun, for this week's Fan Art Friday, I'm sharing fan art of different characters visiting the happiest place on earth.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Obama Killed More Than Trump

If you're vocal about Trump wanting to target innocent civilians, yet you've remained silent about Obama killing innocent civilians, please do political discourse a favor and STFU forever!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Throwback Thursday: McDonalds Pizza (And Other Failed Products)

What do you normally eat at McDonalds? A Big Mac? A Quarter-Pounder? McNuggets? Have you ever visited a McDonalds and wondered to yourself, “Gee, wouldn’t it be nice if they served pizza?”

No. You never asked that. Because if you wanted pizza, you’d go to Pizza Hut. However, there was a time in the 90s when the burger giant wanted to compete with the pizza giant by selling their own pizza. As you can tell by the lack of pizza served at McDonalds, this money-making scheme didn’t last long.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Cop Fired For Not Shooting Man

I’m sure there are people who criticize me for not writing enough about police brutality. I’m sure there are also people who criticize me for covering police brutality period. (Because how dare I actually hold the people responsible for “serving and protecting us” accountable for their misdeeds? /s)

Believe me, if I were to write a blog post for every single instance of a cop killing an unarmed person, my blog could be renamed The Free Thought Project. Of course, the hardest part is finding new and creative ways to say, “This was messed up. This shouldn’t have happened. Seriously, when are we going to see some real police reform in this Celestia-forsaken country?!?!”

So how refreshing is it when we actually have good news about a police officer NOT shooting someone, even when they have a gun?

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Reality Has An Anti-Hillary Bias

It’s rather ridiculous to assume that the mainstream media has an “anti-Hillary bias” when most media outlets are major donors either directly to her or her foundation. If you think the lamestream media that directly funds her campaign is somehow biased against her, in the words of Sam Elliot’s “The Stranger” character, you’re a special kind of stupid.