Wednesday, June 13, 2012

glen beck smokes crack

GLEN BECK SMOKES CRACK
I normally like Glen Beck’s radio show, if only because his crew of malcontents can be funny as hell.  When Glen gets on his God shtick he gets a bit irritating.  Not because I hate God, but because I hate amateur preachers.  If religion and the almighty give you solace, comfort and guidance, I’m all for that and wish you the best.  Good on you.  Just don’t bug me with it.  I follow the Golden Rule, and that’s all you need to know or concern yourself with.  Stay out of the condition of my soul.  You might think I’ll burn for all eternity for not genuflecting towards God, Baby Jesus, Allah or Buddha, but I like to think I’ll be judged ( if I am, and assuming there is an afterlife ) by how I treated my fellow man.  Anyway, other than Glen acting the pious little prick at times, I usually enjoy listening to him.  Until Monday.  Good Humping Gravy!  The boy was simply a raving moron.  To sum what part I heard in the first hour, I got an earful of a very bad analogy, I was admonished for not thinking positively, Romney was judged to be worthy of a vote and bankers are just poor misunderstood free market practitioners while universities are bastions of evil and greed.  Let’s break that on down so you can be as nauseated and revolted as I was.
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Ron Paul rabid fans were admonished for claiming to want perfection in a candidate ( ignoring the fact that Paul is a Republican, so by their very support the Libertarians are admitting caving on principles ).  Glen was saying that they wanted a Revolution rather than simply Evolution ( I’ll cover this part next ).  He gave an analogy in which a man in his teens dreams of dating a perfect looking women, say a professional model.  In his twenties, he is still holding out for a wife that is that good looking ( I don’t agree that a bulimic looks too hot.  Give me a bit of meat and plenty of curves- but so far the average agreed vision of a model as the pinnacle of female beauty is accepted ).  In his thirties he still won’t get married because he wants the perfect looking women and so on and thus stays single his whole life.  On the surface this is a sound comparison and funny.  And most folks would just chuckle and move on.  The guy that wants a perfect politician is just like one that wants perfection in a wife!  Ha, ha!  What a moron!  Well, I love analyzing stupid crap, so I take exception.  By and large, men and women quickly adjust their partner expectations to their economic/social class.  They don’t fervently grasp impossible ones.  They are rebuffed enough that they move down the ladder to where they belong.  We start too high and are taught by rejection to adjust to reality.  None of us refuse relationships because we don’t get our ideal.  We trade down willingly, both to get laid and to pass on our DNA.  Bad analogy!  Bad!
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Then Glen gets going about “be for SOMETHING, not for NOTHING”.  Sorry, Toni Robbins, was I not happy and positive enough?  Some of us don’t mask our deficiencies with alcohol first, then being a workaholic.  This might work for you, and bully to you, but not all of us roll out of bed every morning with a ray of sunshine beaming out of our ass.  I’m in a much better mood when I’m hating someone or something.  That doesn’t make either of us right or wrong, it just means not everyone is happy being positive.  Then, getting back to the Evolution instead of Revolution, we are told that it is preferable to gradually work towards your political goals.  Pick someone that does some things right, then the next candidate you elect can be a wee bit better, until one glorious day you will get the perfect politician ( one obviously doesn’t exist now ).  Assuming your vote counts, and it don’t ( hanging chads, anyone? ), you still shouldn’t vote if the only candidates are asswhore socialists.  Voters are a lot smarter than we credit them for.  They know they are offered zero choice, so voting by not voting is their vote.  If you don’t vote, it ain’t your fault when a Kenyan half breed communist is put into office.  Do you know the difference between our two political parties?  They are both whores.  One takes it up the ass, the other performs oral sex.  That is their difference.  They both defile themselves to the central bank.  Romney is a sell-out that is selling the last shreds of the Constitution to the highest bidder.  Obammy was little different than Bush and Romney ( or whoever it will be if the current puke is reelected ) will be little different than Obammy.  Whores to the bankers.
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Which brings us to blaming the Universities for the student loan mess.  Glen was heaping all the blame on very high paid professors and calling the measly interest the bankers collect a free market cost.  Christ, I never really thought Glen was as much a sell-out as Rush, but apparently if you are successful in any media outlet, the one thing you don’t do is diss the bankers.  Glen, you twat!  The Universities are just the vehicle for the loans.  If they get paid, so what?  The bankers have put the taxpayers on the hook for unpaid tuitions.  The professors didn’t.  The bankers win, not the schools.  So what if Harvard has an endowment of twenty billion.  Three or four years ago they lost almost as much ( they are up there with local governments as far as relying on the market to pay their investments ).  Follow the money.  The number one beneficiaries of the student loans are the bankers who create money out of nothing.  The colleges are just paid performers like the politicians.  Right wing radio, just as evil as the leftists.  Punk ass bitches.
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5 comments:

  1. My neighbor's grandson, a twenty something Afghani War Vet, was crying one day after listening to one of Beck's rants about the world and country going to hell and buy all the gold you can. He had no money for such. His grandma was telling me about this and I told her to tell him to quit listening to that idiot, he was a Sergeant and needed to remember what he does in life is up to him not a geek on MSM.

    I worked a major university for many years and finally grew a pair and left. My gift to my oldest son is I got him through college debt free and don't owe the leeches a dime.

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  2. He has been a stooge to corporate interests for some time. I guess he has some sort of strange idea that our economy is truely a free market.

    He can be funny.

    He is a dangerous person to get information from without looking further into it yourself, and I mean really looking into it. He is the type of person that becomes less wise as he learns more. He constantly filters the information to fit whatever it is that he wants to believe in. He is the classic hedge hog (versus fox) type thinker.

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  3. I'm the low-life fu*#ker that dissed the mohave rat yesterday. I am truly sorry, because I completely misinterpreted his 6/11 comment. I re-read it and realized what he meant when he said "Where the hell is everybody? I miss war.."

    I am embarrassed, and sincerely apologize. I did not mean to slander him, but in misinterpreting his comment, I did. Again, I apologize.

    The mohave rat used to leave harsh comments on your blog, and many of us jumped to defend you, Jim. But one of the problems with leaving a 'blog comment' is that nobody can hear your voice inflection to discern the level of how serious your words are. Or if those words might be 'tongue-in-cheek'. Because of the nature of your posts, and the snark they contain, many of the commenters here are prone to show a certain bravado. By their over-the-top comments (inspired by you, Bison!) they often inadvertently change the vibe, and end up being grossly misunderstood. They try to get the comments section "going" with what they consider "banter", but don't realize that others may not share or "get" their humorous frame-of-mind. But I guess that is probably true with any comment posted on any blog.

    Bottom line: I f*#ked up. My attempt to send a little revival and bravado (via caustic humor attempts) into the comments section (like they used to be) was a total bust.

    To the mohave rat: please keep commenting here. But remember, you often leave harsh or snarky (truthful) comments here too. Everybody needs to have a little thicker skin and take everything with the proverbial grain-of-salt. If the great Bison can scorch all the Sacred Cows with his posts, then the commenters should receive great latitude also. I did not give the mohave rat that latitude, and I was wrong.

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  4. no hard feelings but I have decided not to have my strings pulled in Jim's little puppet show anymore. the rat

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  5. you knocked it out of the park with this one.mr bison

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