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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Texans Are Cowards Like the Rest of the US Peasantry

Don't mess with Texas? Yeah right. When the Federal government says jump you steers and queers ask "how high?" But at least you tried, unlike the rest of the pathetic peasants.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

How About Some Lithium in Your Tap Water?

It's a happy day, peasants. The social engineers want to make you calmer. To this end, they want to put lithium in your water supply:
 Lithium...is being heralded by some experts as the next fluoride: an additive with such therapeutic potential, it should be ingested by millions of Americans every time they pour a glass of drinking water...Appel anticipates the US as a likely candidate for early implementation, citing the ease with which genetically modified and fortified foods have been approved--and embraced by consumers--as precedent.

So it'll make you calmer, but is it safe? How about these wonderful side effect?
nausea, emesis, diarrhea, asthenia, ataxia, confusion, lethargy, polyuria, seizures and coma. Other toxic effects of lithium also include coarse tremor, muscle twitching, convulsions and renal failure. Persons who survive a poisoning episode may develop persistent neurotoxicity.

Any other bad effects? "Thyroid problems are a common side effect of the drug lithium." Oh, nice. What kinds of problems? Goiter and hypothyroidism.

Anything else? Yeah, pick an organ and see what lithium does to it. Everyone wants nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, don't they?

"But, but, but," I already hear the NY Times liberals lisping, "we'll add lithium in such small amounts that none of these side effects will occur."

Really? Do you also propose some sort of mechanism by which people's daily use of tap water will be controlled? How do you prevent people from overdosing? Every individual drinks a different amount. It depends on age, activity, climate, and so on. Some people drink more coffee and tea. Some eat more soup. Some boil lots of stuff.

How can you prescribe a one size fits all medication? And it's a prescription drug. I can't get it without making my doctor think I'm depressed or bi-polar. But it'll be available in the water supply? Maybe they should call it Soma, like in Brave New World.

Remember those cartoons, peasants, where the villain tries to poison the water supply? Here you go, it's happening in real life. And out in the open. What are you going to do about it? That's right, nothing. Useless eaters.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

If you think the world will end today, you are a moron

Dear peasants,

If you're worried the world will end today, 5/21/2011, you are a fucking moron. If you're worried the world will end on 12/21/2012, you're also a moron.

Do you even know what "the world will end" means? I bet you don't.

What do you mean by "the world"? Is it earth? Is it the solar system? Is it the galaxy? Is it the universe? Or is it your life? You don't have a clue.

Some part of the earth will always be around, regardless of what happens to the life that resides on it. If by "world" you mean the earth, the world can't end. Same goes for the solar system and galaxy.

Unless everything pops out of existence, the universe won't end. As long as there is something, if by "world" you mean the universe, the world can't end.

If by "world" you mean your life, then absolutely, your world will end. Will it end on a specific date? Sure. And maybe, if the kleptocrats unleash a nuclear holocaust, there's a plague, a big asteroid or comet hits the planet, or something similar, many people will die at the same time. So what?  If by "world" you mean people's lives, the world already ends every day, and will end every day.

What do you care about the end of the world? You'll die anyway, regardless of what happens to the planet, the solar system, the galaxy, the universe. You'll die. That's when your world will end. It'll be a day that's no more special than any other day.

"But if the world ends" (whatever that means) you'll say, "not only will you die, but so will my kids." So what? They'll die eventually no matter what. "But-but-but," you'll counter, "it'll be untimely. I and they still have work to do, and so on."


You're not special! What is it that you do that's so important? Absolutely nothing. You live on a rock, like bacteria, orbiting an average star in the the armpit of the galaxy. Nothing you do or can do is important to anyone but you. And when you die, that importance ceases. Get over yourself.

Stop worrying and get back to your shopping and gorging, you worthless eaters.

Best,

Devin

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Kleptocrat Rapist Arrested

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the IMF and Sarkozy's front running opponent for the French presidency, was taken off a plan by New York City cops and arrested for sexually assaulting a hotel maid. This is not the first sex scandal for the French Socialist. Nor is it the first allegation of sexual assault.

Some will speculate on some strangeness in the story and conclude that the whole thing is a setup. Questions include, first, why was the maid there? Don't they usually clean the room on checkout day after the guest has departed? Second, don't maids in fancy hotels work in teams of two? If so, where was the other maid? And third, what do we make of the (seemingly) uncharacteristically swift response by the NYPD?

Kleptocrats like Sarkozy aren't above framing their rivals. But whether the allegations of the hotel maid are true or not, the NYPD has a rapist in their custody.

Greek and Irish prosecutors should be drafting extradition papers and bringing charges against Strauss-Kahn for raping their countries.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Only Idiots and Charlatans Call it AGW

Beware, peasants, of the pretentious liberals. With their lisps and their tax hikes. They rail against the banks while at the same time selling the banks' products.

First it was Global Warming. Then it was Climate Change. Now it's AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming).

AGW--makes them sound smart, doesn't it? Be careful, you simple minded fools. AGW is a thought terminating cliche.

It's not even clear that the earth is warming. But to call it AGW not only says that it's warming, but also that it's your fault! Don't let anyone call it AGW, for if you do they've already won.

The Earth has been in a warming trend since the depth of the Little Ice Age around 1680. Human emissions of carbon dioxide were negligible before 1850 and have nearly all come after the Second World War, so human carbon dioxide cannot possibly have caused the trend. Within the trend, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation causes alternating global warming and cooling for 25 to 30 years at a go in each direction. We have just finished a warming phase, so expect mild global cooling for the next two decades.

We are now at an extraordinary juncture. Official climate science, which is funded and directed entirely by government, promotes a theory that is based on a guess about moist air that is now a known falsehood. Governments gleefully accept their advice, because the only ways to curb emissions are to impose taxes and extend government control over all energy use. And to curb emissions on a world scale might even lead to world government — how exciting for the political class!

Friday, May 6, 2011

Jobs for Everyone!

Good news, peasants!

The economy added 244,000 jobs in April!

So what if 62,000 of those jobs are at McDonald's, and another 57,000 of those jobs came from other retail outfits.

So what if headline unemployment rate calculated by the B(L)S went back up at the same time to 9%.

So what if BLS's broader measure of unemployment stands at over 15%. And so what if the real unemployment rate is over 20%?

Thursday, May 5, 2011

In Detroit Nearly One in Two Can't Read

47% of Detroit's population is functionally illiterate, according to a new report. Historically, Detroit spent about $11,000 per student.

The peasants who can still think should ask on what their tax dollars were really spent.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Max Keiser Sponsored by Chase?

Max Keiser, everyone's favorite pseudo journalist, silver pumper, and employee of Russian and Iranian state media (hey, is that why he never has anything critical to say about these countries even though they're run by kleptocrats like all the rest?) is the creator of the "Crash JPM, Buy Silver!" campaign. He's a great salesman who gets people to buy silver coins way over spot.


Peasants bought Silver Keisers for $80 an ounce when the silver spot price was around $35 an ounce. Good job, Max. The peasants could've bought two ounces of silver, but you took their money and gave them one. (Whether or not you actually profit from having your face on the coin doesn't matter. What's important is that you led the peasants to buy these coins, while proclaiming that taking physical off the market was the objective.)

The title of this post asks whether Max Keiser is sponsored by Chase. You decide:



And he who complains about our casino gulag economy is profiting from it:



Where's the dress, Max Keiser? Where's Andrew Maguire? And does your employment with Russia and Iran have anything to do with your endless dollar bashing? If that's not financial terrorism, I don't know what is.

This blog has Chase ads too, but I don't pretend to yell and scream about them while taking their money.