Archive for the ‘crazy’ Category

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I’m Goin’ To Hell!

June 1, 2008

The Dante’s Inferno Test has banished you to the Sixth Level of Hell – The City of Dis!
Here is how you matched up against all the levels:

Level Score
Purgatory (Repenting Believers) Very Low
Level 1 – Limbo (Virtuous Non-Believers) Low
Level 2 (Lustful) High
Level 3 (Gluttonous) Moderate
Level 4 (Prodigal and Avaricious) Low
Level 5 (Wrathful and Gloomy) High
Level 6 – The City of Dis (Heretics) Very High
Level 7 (Violent) High
Level 8- the Malebolge (Fraudulent, Malicious, Panderers) High
Level 9 – Cocytus (Treacherous) Moderate

Take the Dante’s Divine Comedy Inferno Test

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8 Most Bizarre Religions and Cults

February 20, 2008

This site is a great list, except it somehow managed to miss mentioning the death cult that launched three major holy wars against a neighboring revelation cult, which in turn currently trains thousands of its followers in suicide-centric warfare.

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Another Triumph for Civil Rights

November 5, 2007

Two cops break into a man’s house and then taser him while he is asleep. The man wakes up, and they taser him again. Luckily, no charges were filed as a result of this incident, so the man has escaped being sent to prison.

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John Stossel- An Enormous Douchebag

September 19, 2007

Wow man, take a cigar. John Stossel, you sir are an asshole of the highest caliber. Just look at what some of your fans have written about you.

And make sure to watch the video at this link too. It’s hard to believe until you see it, but he actually uses America’s abominable murder statistics as a defense of his Free Market Is Always Better claptrap.

“Well of course Canadians live longer! They don’t murder each other as much. What’s that? You want hefty taxes on ammunition, strong investment in anti-poverty initiatives, or maybe a de-privatized prison system that focuses on rehabilitation instead of fruitless punitive measures? Go to Hell you commie bastard!”

Click here to see him on the receiving end of a literal Karmic bitchslap.

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The Truth About 9/11

September 17, 2007

The real twisted genius of the 9/11 conspiracy theory is that at first blush, it makes a crude sort of sense. We’re supposed to be the strongest nation on Earth, so how could we be so grievously wounded by 19 men with box cutters? How could they have gotten past our invincible Federal Government? Answer: they couldn’t have. Therefore, it must be an inside job. This is sort of the logic equivalent of a hastily constructed false-front set for a movie, where buildings are represented by painted sheets of particle board nailed to a frame of 2×4’s. Sure it looks fine from a distance, but if you walk over and give it one good kick, the whole damn thing is likely to fall over and crush somebody.

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A School of Distinction

September 11, 2007

David Horowitz was on Hannity & Colmes to plug the paperback release of his book about those evil liberal professors who can’t get to sleep at night without saying a prayer to Marx, and while there he took the opportunity to call my school the very worst university in the United States. Well, not the science parts, just the icky, completely voluntary politically aware parts that teach students how to apply their knowledge to their communities in hope of improving society. Amazingly, Colmes remembered to put on his fightin’ underpants and got in Horowitz’s face about the whole thing. He didn’t make much of a substantive argument past pointing out that the classes are voluntary but the fact that he actually stuck to it was surprising. Maybe someday, if he works real hard and eats all his vegetables, he can manage to ask two pointed questions during an interview.

Until that happy day, it’s up to the rest of us to take up the slack. Did Horowitz actually speak to any UC Santa Cruz professors? Did he sit in on any of these classes as they were being taught? Does he think that it is wrong for Universities to teach their students how to apply their knowledge to the world around them? Does he understand the difference between learning about liberal philosophy and being indoctrinated? Does he have any evidence that students who write essays critical of their reading material are marked down for doing so? Does he think that there is anything wrong with students who are studying community activism to get hands on experience with the subject? If not, would he also agree that physics majors should stay out of the lab? Is there something particularly radical about being concerned that large and powerful economic interests may use their influence in a manner that is not healthy for the community? Is there anything wrong with students being exposed to ideas that are outside the American political mainstream?

Now I will be the first to repeat just how much I hated my Commie Lit class. It was at 8 AM, we had a pair of fucking phone books we had to read, my TA was an asshole who didn’t understand the material, and the essay topics were boring. But it wasn’t indoctrination. The prof said up front he didn’t expect to convert us, and that he wasn’t trying. He was just going to explain Communist doctrine to us and do some deep reading. We didn’t have to believe the stuff, we just had to understand it. That class was about the most radical thing I’ve taken so far at UCSC, and I haven’t heard any other students speak of anything worse.

But that doesn’t matter; the witch hunt has been started. If we’re lucky it will peter out before anyone gets burned at the stake.

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We’re Through the Looking Glass, People.

September 7, 2007

“Gentlemen, the time is at hand. Soon we will RULE THE WORLD! But first, we must be sure to leave a trail of breadcrumbs in the form of esoteric symbols that any jackass with an encyclopedia can decipher. Yes, yessss. Soon all will be in motion…”

Honestly, how fucking dumb do you have to be to fall for this nonsesnse? If you look at any three or five points on a map you can make a triangle or pentagram.  Novus ordo seculorum is a Latin phrase that means “A new order for the ages” and was chosen by our Founding Fathers to represent a beginning of a new American era. This is exactly the kind of motto you would expect people who were founding a new kind of country to choose.  Each and every thing in this video is so obviously either wrong or misinterpreted that I can’t imagine how anyone could actually believe in this absurdity long enough to edit together a video about it.