Thursday, July 24, 2014

Thursday

(Sir Thomas Moore was certainly a man's man.)

Yesterday, the Dragon Lady made beef and French fries for dinner. The meal wasn't her best effort.  I've never cared for rice--which is a big problem since I live in Asia.  But I didn't complain.  I just smiled and ate my vittles like an angel.  I'm wonderful that way.

I have a television package from Qook TV.  It gives me access to thousands of movies for a reasonable price.  I continued watching The Tudors.  Sir Thomas Moore is finally beheaded by King Henry. He gives a stirring speech while standing bravely on the scaffold. Thomas must have been quite the man.  Poor old Smith would've shit his pants.

I paid homage to the Christ God.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees.  No big surprise.  I refuse to babble like a pagan.  I went to bed at 10 p.m.  I didn't dream.

I woke up at 6 a.m. and drank several cups of coffee.  Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break.  An exchange student wrote an editorial condemning the Korean drinking culture.  She finds the amount of public intoxication here on the peninsula to be downright disturbing.  She's got a point.  The ROK certainly has its fair share of drunkards.  In fact, I used to be one of them. Thankfully, I climbed on the wagon.

I turned on Fox News.  Planned Parenthood is in hot water.  An adult woman posing as a fifteen-year-old girl got some shocking advice from one of the staff nurses.  The child was given a frank tutorial on kinky sex--including bondage and submission.  Humans love getting off.  We even wear masks and brandish whips and chains.  Go figure.

Anyway, it's time for the song du jour.  Here's Mother by Pink Floyd. God bless.

2 comments:

  1. "An adult woman posing as a fifteen-year-old girl got some shocking advice from one of the staff nurses. The child was given a frank tutorial on kinky sex--including bondage and submission."

    The adult woman was no doubt sent by some Breitbart acolyte like James O'Keefe, right? (I don't give enough of a shit to Oogle to find out more info, because even writing this comment is more time than it's worth spending on such BS. I'm only doing it for your sake, Mr. Smith, because you haven't been getting a lot of feedback in the past few days. Or maybe you're just busy doing better things than screening blather from the peanut gallery.)

    Anyway, these "exposes of outrageous conduct" aimed at getting airtime on Fux remind me of the bogus FBI terrrrrrrrist stings. Create a faker, use him or her to scam some dumbass into saying something stupid, then bust the dumbass for committing a "crime" you entrapped them into. Then use that episode to condemn an entire group -- Moozlums in Amerikkka, people who want to stop teenage girls from getting knocked up, etc. It makes for persuasive propaganda. Human psychology is oriented toward understanding events based on stories of individuals, rather than glomming larger trends. We can relate to "that person is a bastard" better than "the mass of bloodless statistics says..." So if you get a mob of sad-sack black Allahphiles saying "Let's blow up the Sears Tower" or some over-informative mook talking kink, it's easy for low-information (aka "stupid") people to grasp. The people at the FBI and Fux aren't stupid, though. They know exactly how to manipulate the morons into whatever mindset they choose.

    A REAL 15-year-old girl wouldn't need to talk to Planned Parenthood about perversion. It's all over the Internet. The filth my daughter (now age 25) talked about that she saw starting in her teen years was amazing. She didn't just have a favourite on-screen fuckers, she had faves in various CATEGORIES, such as "female to male porn star." (Which was a person whose screen name is "Buck Angel." Part of our family name is Buck, so that was some of the attraction.) The fact that she had a #1 in such an obscure category suggested that she had watched more than one. I didn't quiz her for details of what else she viewed, because I don't want to know EVERY detail of her sex life. She's relatively normal, been living with the same guy (who was born a male, as far as I've been able to determine) for five years, doesn't hang around with the lesbian liberation crowd she did in college, etc.

    Point is, kids these days are swimming in pervy water, thanks to the Internet. The only people shocked by that are old farts who can't use computers, Christians who lead sheltered lives and the millions who watch porn but want to BELIEVE that children are innocent little flowers who need to be protected from the same sick videos that those millions indulge in. The word for them is "hypocrites."

    So what are YOU doing about James-uh's predilection for porn, Mr. Smith? Despite ROK's Internet filters, you KNOW he's getting into it. (Which might explain some of the poor school performance.) The best that parents can do is guide our kids into proper thinking. Hoping for absolute prohibition leads to defeat. As I told my daughter, "Look, that stuff might be interesting to watch, but it's something that you really want to try with your own body. You can get diseases from it, your mind gets twisted, regular sex loses its attraction, and it doesn't smell good."

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    1. I don't think my kid watches porn. No kidding. HIs mother only let's him use the internet 4 hours a week. And his time is supervised. She's a real Nurse Ratchet.

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