George Floyd Zombies Bare Fangs In Chicago

Idiots are smashing windows and using cars and buses as trampolines a few miles from my house.

After intense clashes overnight, a Loop protest has escalated with thousands of demonstrators marching, burning at least one flag, climbing onto a bus and a light pole and surrounding police officers on Saturday afternoon.

As of 3:30 p.m., hundreds were marching north, and became more and more raucous, even hostile throwing fireworks, bottles, and reportedly a liquid near officers.

Protesters began cheering as several somehow hopped onto a 151 bus, carrying flags. The bus, that was halted, was occupied by a driver, and did not appear to have many passengers.

“Many came to the downtown area in Chicago last night,” Brown said. “The protesting early on started peacefully and ended more aggressive and intense.”

I don’t know what led to Floyd laying cheek to cheek with the pavement or if the pressure of Chauvin’s knee was severe enough to cause death. The video looks bad, but it doesn’t look like Chauvin’s knee is cutting off Floyd’s air either. It almost looks like the knee is just lightly resting on top of Floyd to keep him from moving. Also, how is Floyd talking so clearly if he can’t breath?

Taking into account my personal interactions with police, I would not be shocked to learn that Chauvin is a sadistic pussy worthy of termination. I also would not be surprised if the preliminary findings are true, and Floyd died because of underlying health conditions plus drugs.

The real problems will begin to occur when it is proven that Chauvin did not kill Floyd and there is no conviction. We know all to well that SJWs never let facts interrupt the screeching eulogy of a new black American martyr. Let the mega riots ensue.

I do hope that the stupidity of the SJW protestors does not grant them a false sense of safety that causes them to try and rub their stink into my neck of the suburbs.

The Allure of Assimilation

Law Professor Frank Wu ponders the allure of assimilation for Asians in America.

Among the quarrels of immigrant parents and their progeny is whether to assimilate. Neighbors who all share the same birthright under the same roof may not be familiar with the dilemma which exceeds their own experiences. The dutiful child who displays filial piety and otherwise behaves properly, doing extra homework to succeed and make good on the elders’ sacrifices, will not be the cool kid accepted by peers. He cannot be, because he won’t be outdoors playing, corrupted by temptations that could lead to disgraceful outcomes such as an A-minus, or, worse, coming out as gay.

Yet the demand issued by everyone else is: be like us. If you are not, you will be teased and taunted in the common cruelty of childhood. The standard is set by social superiors. You must copy us in your wardrobe and your habits, but you cannot; you are fated to fail. Even if you are an excellent mimic, however, you are obviously “trying too hard.” There might be malice to the mandate, but not necessarily. It is matter of fact.

Good immigrants will feel the lure of assimilation quite strongly. Moving to a foreign land to take advantage of wealth and comfort that you had no hand in creating without assimilating is narcissistic, obnoxious, value-stealing behavior. Period.

More and more I’ve been reading the primary sources regarding the immigration opinions of the Founding Fathers of America. You know, the Founding Father’s, right? They were that group of American leaders who united the Thirteen Colonies and waged a war of independence against Great Britain.

All of my social studies teachers in middle school and high school taught me that the Founding Fathers drempt of a future American melting pot. Apparently, Franklin, Edison, Adams, Hamilton and the rest of the framers of the constitution wanted America to be the world leader in diversity and non-existent borders. Isn’t that what we were all taught?

Well, let’s fact check those lessons against the Founding Father’s own words. The following passage comes via the desk of Alexander Hamilton cira 1802.

The opinion advanced is undoubtedly correct, that foreigners will generally be apt to bring with them attachments to the persons they have left behind; to the country of their nativity, and to its particular customs and manners. They will also entertain opinions on government congenial with those under which they have lived, or if they should be led hither from a preference to ours, how extremely unlikely is it that they will bring with them that temperate love of liberty, so essential to real republicanism?

Yikes! The Founding Fathers were Alt-Right Shit Lords! Burn the libraries!

Seriously, though, if you’d like to quickly discard the notion that modern folks are more enlightened and intelligent than their ancestors, just flip through any book written more than 150 years ago.

Hamilton was right when he wrote those words 218 years ago, and his message is even more true today in the year 2020. The vast majority of the 59 million people that have invaded America since the passing of The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 are anti gun rights, pro big government and they have not brought with them a temperate love of liberty. Also, they generally view the legacy Americans of English and European descent as a nuisance to be ignored or simply tolerated. We’re just in the way!

So, now what?

America Was Never Meant To Be A Nation OF Immigrants

COVID-19 (the grand daddy of all problem-reaction-solution events) has killed 30 million America jobs. So, why on earth would any sane leader of the USG allow immigrants to enter the nation during a time of crisis and economic uncertainty to polish off the last of the remaining work?

Republican lawmakers are pushing Trump to suspend the H-1B and OPT programs for a year or until the unemployment rate, which has reached almost 15 percent, returns to a normal level.

“Given the extreme lack of available jobs for American job-seekers as portions of our economy begin to reopen, it defies common sense to admit additional foreign guest workers to compete for such limited employment,” Sens. Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton, Chuck Grassley, and Josh Hawley wrote in a letter to the White House on May 7.

My favorite thing about President Trump is that he’s not a huge fag.

Trump does not pretend that more diversity and immigration is a good thing for America. Real Americans have always understood the inherent danger that is always present when peoples of irreconcilable cultures and traditions find themselves side-by-side.

For example, let’s read this quote from founding father and German-scolder Benjamin Franklin. He wrote this is 1751 (14 years before the American Revolution) in an essay called Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind:

Why should the Palatine Boors be suffered to swarm into our Settlements, and by herding together establish their Language and Manners to the Exclusion of ours? Why should Pennsylvania, founded by the English, become a Colony of Aliens, who will shortly be so numerous as to Germanize us instead of our Anglifying them, and will never adopt our Language or Customs, any more than they can acquire our Complexion?

Why should they be suffered indeed!

The most interesting part of Benjamin’s passage is that today it is now estimated that their are as many as 300,000 German speakers in Pennsylvania. That’s more than 5 times the number of German speakers that lived in Pennsylvania at the time that Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind.

It makes you wonder, how many people living in the United States in the year 2289 will prefer Spanish to English?

You Shouldn’t Sweat the Small Stuff

At the same time, I do suggest that you occasionally pause to soak up and savor the small moments of insanity and sickness that you’re afforded a ringside view of as a denizen of a 21st century, post-American corporatocracy.

Example:

My boss has reprimanded me more than once for calling him ‘dude’. This happens because the character of the conversations I have with my boss is always casual and jokey. So, I relax and my lips loosen, and – without thinking – I’m punctuating sentences with ‘dude’. The push back has never been overly forceful. My mini sin of slang is checked with an unsmiling declaration of “I’m you’re boss, Marlow. I’m not a dude“. Then, we just move on like it never happened.

The point is that my boss’ clear expectation of me as his employee is that I am to speak with a certain level of professionalism. Therefore, addressing my superiors using very informal words like ‘dude’ is an unacceptable violation of that expectation. OK. Fair enough, right?

Actually, no. It’s not the tiniest bit fair. The reason that this situation is not fair is because I share an office with a warm-hearted and big-mouthed black guy named Jamal. Jamal and I fill the same position in the company. Jamal is in the habit of calling everyone for whom he’s known for more that thirty minutes ‘dawg’ and ‘home slice’. He calls our boss ‘dawg’ and ‘home slice’ a lot. Like, probably almost every time he speaks to him. In person and on the phone. In front of our co-workers. In meetings. All the time. I’ve even seen him write it into emails.

Now, can you guess how many times Jamal has been reprimanded by our boss for this habitual dearth of professional decorum?

Well, if you’ve ever gone to school or worked an office job, then, you might be familiar with the cringy fact that the authority figures of the Western institutions of influence reflexively apply disparate standards of behavior to different people based solely on the race and gender of the individuals under their control. So, you may have already correctly guessed that my boss has reprimanded Jamal exactly zero times.

I would bet money that my boss isn’t even consciously aware of what he’s doing. Whatever. It’s defiantly unfair. If the situation escalates to anymore unjust limitations on my speech I’ll be ringing up HR. Until then, I will simply kickback and enjoy the circus.

How Many Universities Will Corona Kill?

One the the many possible beneficial side effects of the fake COVID-19 pandemic is the arrival of the feasible chance that many young people may, voting with their wallets, decide to pull the plug on the leech-like universities of the Western world.

He said: “Students have an extraordinary responsibility this year because for the first time in my living memory they have the ability to bring institutions down to bankruptcy.

“They can just vote with their feet in ways they have never been able to before.”

Universities need to communicate

“On the one hand, students have a responsibility to understand that just opting to skip out on college for a year, as many can afford to do, can literally shut down the institution, whereas, on the other hand, if institutions don’t realise that they need to communicate what it is that is happening next year for students, students should do exactly that.”

Nelson said that for the first time, students had the role of determining what universities should be doing “and which ones will have the right to serve them in moving forward”.

Good. May the entire fraudulent system of secondary education collapse into a smoldering creator. Mandate that the newly out of work professors immediately busy themselves with productive work, like extracting sodium chloride in a Serbian salt mine. Follow all that up with a jubilee of all student loan debt. Sound outrageous? Stranger things have happened…

Judge Emmitt Sullivan Has Got Some Splainin To Do

Biased Judge Emmitt Sullivan is ordered to explain why he hasn’t dismissed the case against Michael Flynn.

Again, Flynn took a bullet for his family by pleading guilty to crimes he did not commit. The USG has unending resources. So, even a relatively wealthy person is in big trouble when the criminal elements of American government smell blood.

Anyway, Flynn is now being accused of purgery, because first he pleaded guilty and now he’s saying that he’s not gulity. The USG brought the case against Flynn and now they’ve dropped it. So, why is Sullivan acting as the plaintiff?

The Shadow People Still Want Flynn’s Head

The secret manipulators of government policy in The United States are not happy that all charges have been dropped against former National Security Advisor, General Michael Flynn.

Gleeson on Monday proposed that the judge allow the government and outside groups to respond after he files his argument in three weeks. Also Monday, in one of the first publicly released draft filings to advise the court, more than 960 former Justice Department prosecutors accused Barr of appearing to serve the president’s personal political interests. The prosecutors, whose service dates to President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s administration, said in the filing that Barr violated his oath to faithfully execute the law and helped Trump undermine the Constitution by giving an aide impunity to lie to government investigators.

In a 34-page friend-of-the-court brief organized by attorneys with the nonpartisan, nonprofit group Protect Democracy and Harvard Law School professor Andrew Manuel Crespo, former prosecutors argued that Supreme Court precedent gives Sullivan authority to undertake “a searching review” of Flynn’s case and to “protect the public interest in the evenhanded enforcement of our laws.”

Okay, whatever.

Flynn took the plea deal because his family was in danger. He was a sacrificial lamb that was steamrolled, and he was betrayed by his defense team.

Flynn was guilty of nothing. He was defeated using Soviet entrapment tactics. In fact, Flynn was so innocent that he naively believed that he needn’t exert much energy to defend himself, because defend himself against what?

Flynn was going to be critical for Trump’s ability to get his agenda through, that’s why they went after him.

With Flynn in the picture, there’s probably no Russia Gate.

With Flynn in the picture, the Ukraine Gate impeachment probably doesn’t happen.

What happened to Flynn could only happen if a deep state exists. America has been lawless for a long time. Hopefully, the Trump dynasty, carried on by Trump’s children, will Make America Great Again.

Indian Summer

I’m not ready for whiskey neat. Basil Hayden’s is only 80 proof bourbon and it’s like drinking cologne. So, I’ll start with cocktails, taking baby steps toward the straight stuff.

Indian Summer is like a spiked citrus punch with an autumnal twist. It’s name is taken from the phenomenon that happens on occasion in the northern regions of America when autumn is visited by an uncommon span of warm and dry weather.

I love this cocktail and I love that it’s called Indian Summer. So fitting. The hazy and tropical citrus bite that arises from the lemon and Italian liqueur combo brings to mind the zesty and festive nights of summers past. The warmth of the bourbon and the cozy, apple cider sweetness of the marmalade is like being softly rocked to sleep by the red canopies of October.

No small pleasure provided.

2 ounces Basil Hayden’s

.25 ounce limoncello

.5 ounce fresh lemon juice

1 tablespoon apricot marmalade

5 fresh sage leaves

Oceania Sells Out of Telescreens

Freudian slip. What I meant to say is that the Apple store has sold out of it’s “smart speaker”, the Homepod. Sorry.

Apple’s $299 HomePod is no longer able to be purchased from the online store because it’s been out of stock since this morning.

Both the white and space gray versions of the ‌HomePod‌ are currently listed as “Sold Out” on Apple’s website, perhaps due to supply chain issues.


There’s no word on when the ‌HomePod‌ might be back in stock from Apple, but customers who want to purchase one can still order from stores like Best Buy and B&H Photo.

There have been rumors suggesting Apple is working on a new low-cost, smaller version of the ‌HomePod‌ that will be released at some point later this year, but the current shortage is most likely a supply problem.

Update: ‌HomePod‌ now appears to be available again with a slight shipping delay.

Granted, the brief unavailable status of the Homepod appears to have been caused by a supply chain issue, not demand. Yet and still, we moderns do intensely desire to be supervised and to have our thoughts monitored and recorded by weird, hateful strangers. That is why we pay to install privacy-destroying devices into our homes.

Good lord, at least Winston Smith carved out an alcove in the corner of his apartment to enjoy a respite from the peering eye of Big Brother.

I wonder if the crony capitalists of Silicon Valley and the deviants of the global high technology industry are listening to you have sex with your wife and documenting each and every thought crime you commit as you speak to your children.

Rhetorical. Of course they are.

Meat: Medicine for the Mind

Adopting the dietary habits of a rabbit will make you anxious and sad.

The researchers found “clear evidence” that those who abstained from consuming meat tended to have higher rates or risk of depression, anxiety, and self-harm compared to those who did not. Less clear was how meat consumption was related to stress perception and quality of life.

“My co-authors and I were truly surprised at how consistent the relation between meat-avoidance and the increased prevalence of mental illness was across populations. As we stated in our conclusion, ‘Our study does not support meat avoidance as a strategy to benefit psychological health,’” Dobersek told PsyPost.

The human body was designed to eat meat, so the gears start to grind when the system is denied such vital nutrients. Equally as important, I think, is that vegetarians so often become vegetarians for the purposes of virtue signaling, snowflaking or expressing their dweeby political disposition. Put another way, mentally ill individuals are more likely to become vegetarians in the first place.

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