Outsider artist James Poulos wrote a psychoanalytic prose poem which appears to be about how badly he wants to trade his tats for tits. But in realtity, his poem is about how badly he wishes he were a robot with tits.
Enclosed below is his poem, Translated into its True Meaning.
- “women” → “robot”
- “liberal”,”gay” → “biological”
- “conservative”,”Republican”, “Christ” → “cyborg”
Continue reading “What are Robots For?”
It comes as no surprise that authoritarian sadist Glenn Reynolds wants the poor to die slow painful deaths. But is there a more sinister reason that he wants mosquitoes to become resistant to DDT as quickly as possible?
In an effort to lash out at the world for the grinding horror of their sad meaningless jobs, flight attendants have taken to using sadistic paranoid hatred as a weapon against their helpless captives.
One passenger on a Delta flight from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City was arrested for leaving his seat to go to the lavatory less than 30 minutes before landing (due to the incident, air marshals ordered all passengers to put their hands on their heads for the rest of the flight).
Fear the freakishly cheap head of Brian Twelve Bones.
An emotionally disturbed 30 year old male poses as a 27 year old submissive female on Craigslist. Then he posts all responses with full email, contact info and pictures to a public wiki. On his blog, he asks his readers to help personally identify everyone. LOL!
Continue reading “Sociopath 4 teh lulz”
Glenn Reynolds finally pundits his way into open threats and unambiguous fascist rhetoric:
The real danger is that we who support the war will reach the point that we say we might as well be taken as wolves then as sheep.
[P]eople assume that there’s no point in behaving morally when they’re going to be called monsters anyway. This seems rather uncontroversially obvious to me.
Could these lurid evocations of wolf packs and armed mobs really have any effect on a prosperous, well-educated, civilized nation?
I want to take note of happy clowns like Jonah Goldberg.
“The earth is flat,” he hollers from around his rubber nose. “And even if it’s not, what about the profits? For God’s sake, won’t somebody think of the profits???”
“Global warming will be fun!” he hollers. And spring-loaded snakes pop from his ears while he dances a merry profit jig.
Continue reading “Flat”
What’s the second cutest thing about bloodthirsty worshipers of the God-King of War? They think you’re crazy. You’re crazy because you’re somehow linked with Them. THEM! They who oppose! Strange but true. There’s no explaining the dark mysteries of conservative psychology….
What’s the cutest thing about bloodthirsty worshipers of the God-King of War?
Puppies! Puppies! Puppies! Puppies!
In an effort to fight terrorism (no, seriously), Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has proposed an array of expanded intellectual property laws to Congress. Some of the highlights include the right to wiretap suspects in intellectual property crimes, and to make it a crime to attempt to infringe a copyright.
“I look forward to continuing cooperation with our government to protect America’s ideas and innovations.”said MPAA chairman and CEO Dan Glickman.
In other news, a basic removal of the SonyBMG spyware rootkit from a PC will probably render the computer useless and require a complete system reinstall.
But it must be this way. To fight terrorism.
Forbes is publishing a cover story by Daniel Lyons called “Attack of the Blogs” in which they suggest an array of techniques that defenseless corporations can use against the hideous scourge known as people with web pages. Hot tips include “If you get attacked, dig up dirt on your assailant” and “sue your attacker for defamation… chase him for years to collect damages.” Pity the underdog corporation and their packs of slavering underdog corporate lawyers.
But here’s where Forbes has caught themselves in their own trap: one of their suggestions is to “threaten to sue his Internet service provider under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.” And as some commenters have noted, the DMCA does not require a violation of copyright — it only requires an accusation of a violation in order to force an ISP to shut down a site.
Unfortunately for Forbes, they’ve lifted many of their vengeful dirty tricks from the 1982 book: Getting Even: The Complete Book of Dirty Tricks. Not only is this a clear violation of the DMCA, it is also an insult to the original spirit of the book, since Forbes leave out all the stuff about stink bombs…
Perhaps it would be a good idea to contact the upstream providers of Forbes.com and inform them of their client’s reprehensible violations of our sacred Copyright Protections….
Daniel Lyons himself is also no stranger to dirty tricks in the name of a noble cause — he’s been on a crusade against linux and open source software in general for years… (I wonder when he stopped beating his wife?)