Monday, December 31, 2012

dear oil

DEAR OIL
Yeh, yeh, you don’t want to hear another Peak Oil tirade.  Tough crap.  Here it is two PM and I’m just started lunch.  All my wonderfully generous donors were pounding me so hard I felt like a prison bitch crack whore on payday and every con in the joint had a two for one coupon ( two conjugal visits for one menthol cigarette ) and I had to work through my regular lunch hour.  This after pedaling into work at minus seven degrees and starting work at a minus five with clouds.  I think we can all agree that I’m lucky to be writing anything at all, even if it is repetitive crap.  And a good thing I don’t drink to relieve stress since I have to work tomorrow also.  Not that I’ve stayed up all that often to New Years.  Perhaps twenty years ago.  Okay, here goes.  All those bright eyed boys who are positively member engorged  by the latest year or three where the economy didn’t implode, concluding that Peak Oil was wayyyy overrated and needlessly overblown because obviously we have survived with expensive oil so far.  I believe the phrase is “not cheap and abundant oil but expensive and abundant oil”.  In other words, they claim, since liquid petroleum or equivalents are still abundant we will still somehow muddle through and everything will be oh so hunky dory and super peachy keen.
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I think this is an obvious grasping at straws.  Understandable, because although we all have deep secret fantasies of wearing cool masks and driving dune buggies and commanding legions of super freaks ( for those of you that refused to spend money on my post-apocalypse movie reviews [ I was soooo disappointed that now its free to download ], as I said if you watch the DVD of Road Warrior and put on the captioning you get to hear Humongus shouting at his boys with tenderness and love in reference to their homosexual status ) we all don’t honest injun really want all the hassle of famine and pestilence and constant warfare and torture.  Oh, they have their bright points but all in all a bit of bother.  The barest perusal of the doom and gloom literature points out how the last few centuries were all about nearly free resources and energy.  There was never an empire growing on a diminishing supply of resources.  Collapsing, plenty of them.  The Europeans got rich off of colonizing the globe ( with genocide all but assured to most  dark skinned folks except Asians and Africans [ probably because they had a lot of practice wiping out their own and were relatively unaffected long term ]) and then home grown energy boosted that start ( with those two trends then allowing them to steal others peoples energy ).  All along the five centuries it was an INCREASE of energy.  First with food surplus to grow a population ( at the expense of the indigs eating and repopulating ), then precious metals then coal and oil.
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Our culture and our economy ( northern Europeans and Americans mainly ) is ONLY familiar with energy and resource growth.  It doesn’t know how to do more with less.  It can’t do anything with less.  It can manage to do a few things with more, but that is on a good day since the multiple layers of parasites is so numerous and demanding.  Look at the American economy now.  Forget all the reasons it is set to crash and burn.  Just look at the general trend the last few decades.  It isn’t much more than a police state circulating the same digital cash to buy consumer goods.  Everybody works at emulating a Gestapo Homeland, then on their way home cashes in their civil service paycheck ( or private government contractor check ) or their drug dealer winnings and buys a bunch of plastic food or plastic entertainment devices ( what is left over pays for their plastic dome that traps in their petroleum heat or cool air to keep its occupants alive ).  We almost have to create more domestic enemies ( now that the Cold War is over ) to keep the cycle growing ( you must grow, to pay the bankers interest ).  Population growth and debt growth insure that our inputs in energy and resources MUST increase.
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Energy that costs five times more to extract and delivers one tenth the BTU’s is NOT growth ( and we haven’t even grown our total energy supply, just managed to stop the decline.  Plateauing is not growing ).  It sure might seem like an illusion of success if we aren’t freefalling, but we are just kicking the can down the road ( oh pretty please let the end be before the next four years are out and Obammy gets what is coming to him! ).  There is no substitute for an economy powered by gushing Texas wells with an energy return of 100 to 1 ( the energy return on deep water Gulf oil is perhaps 10 to 1.  Ethanol is about 2 to 1 and that is being generous ).  You can have twice the oil substitutes and if they are dear oil, they don’t equate to cheap oil.  Not that we have twice as much ( frac oil will be a flash in the pan.  Welcome, but it is not long term relief ).  We’ve dropped from 20 million barrels a day usage to about 18.  We’ve gone from 5 million domestic production to 6.  That is all.  We are using less and producing slightly more ( at the expense of global food supply ) but per capita energy is in decline.  Obviously, that means the economy stays in decline.  If I can figure this out, it can’t be rocket science.  Sure, sure.  Thanks for the slow down in the collapse.  But that is all it is.  Enjoy.
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Friday, December 28, 2012

two monkeys humping a football

TWO MONKEYS HUMPING A FOOTBALL
God knows were the phrase “like two monkeys trying to hump the same coconut” came from.  One can only imagine something like a WWII vet coming home from the Pacific with this one.  Another version is two monkeys and a football.  Implied is an attempt at futility in a comic manner.  Like the current circus over the “fiscal cliff”.  My Internet portal had a picture of Obammy trying to look as smart as Morgan Freeman with greying hair ( one suspects that since the boy is too stupid to have a stray thought bouncing around his pretty little head that the hair has been dyed to mimic Great Age And Wisdom- it certainly didn’t come from hard living ) acting as if The Great Fiscal Cliff Problem had him all worried and such.  Me, I think he was just pissed he had to come back from Hawaii to the crappy weather in DC.  That is one vacation taking mother humper, let me tell you.  Thank goodness he doesn’t stay in Washington more often, he’d accomplish even more mischief like appointing that crapstain Reid to Chief Anal Inspector Of All Airports.  Anyhow, the whole dog and pony show over the fiscal cliff is retarded and unworthy of your attention.  They would actually have you believe that the fiasco is Two Monkeys Trying To Hump The Same Coconut.  It is merely a circus carefully scripted to simulate activity.  It is just history repeating itself as the powers that be grab at the shrinking pie.
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Look at Rome.  At the end the farm owners were taxed at such a rate that they abandoned the land rather than work it ( which is where the “born to the land” concept of pre-serf originated as the government enslaved the workers to the farm ).  Did that stop the government from such stupid activity?  You would think that actually discouraging feeding your workers and soldiers would be recognized as the height of dumbassness.  Look at EVERY currency in history ( to include the American Continental ).  Hyperinflated away ( if not abandoned after military conquest ).  You would think the obvious damaging behavior would not be repeated.  Yet again and again it repeats ( but OH NO!!!!!  The Dollar is so special we could NEVER ever never have hyperinflation.  Ignorant twats.  Pick your poison as carved in stone.  Hyperinflation or military conquest and currency rejection ).  You would think that depleting your soil of nutrients,  endangering your water supply or allowing your farming infrastructure to decline would be too stupid to be allowed to happen.  Yet all civilizations crash and burn after just that happens ( it might be a period of bad weather that sparks the crisis, but a healthy well managed system would have shrugged off with minimal damage such events ).  You would think that after a casual perusal of said history, most citizens would be a smidge wary about their futures.  Yet, even amidst a crisis in progress, 99%+ reject the probability of doom, talking themselves into such mind numbing happy places such as slow decline.
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Culture is mans main tool of survival.  It is generations of experience distilled into common sense rules for survival.  It doesn’t matter how it is dressed up although religion seems to work best as there is no room left for questions.  You want to start questioning culture?  See one result.  Women’s lib and birth control.  Look where fifty years of being allowed to question women’s roles in the home has led ( I won’t start to rant, but it is as self evident as the ugly on Hilary Clinton ).  Culture is the ONLY thing standing between societies/civilizations continued health and the natural unchanging naked greed of every individual.  Is greed good?  Yes, but only if tempered by social restraint.  Which we haven’t had for a very long time.  So now you have a few Wall street suits ruining the economy, LEGALLY, out of greed.  You have a few corporations poisoning food for profit.  You have a few people so greedy that one half of a grain supply that used to feed most of the world ( subsidized food kept the peace more or less ) is instead diverted to a very inefficient liquid fuel to keep the drones transporting from jobs shuffling papers to malls selling petrol plastic products.  You want a token of “last of the oil to senseless profits on the way to collapse”?  $3 a pound tomatoes flown in from New Zealand.  I don’t know about you, but it seems to me the universal plant that all new gardeners try to grow are tomatoes ( most likely because store bought are tasteless cardboard cutouts ).  Even an apartment window can grow tomatoes.  Yet here we are flying tomatoes half way across the world ( the doomers used to point to “the three thousand mile Caesar salad” as the epitome of waste, but the NZ tomato easily tops that ).  Burning the last of the oil for a few pennies in profit.
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Take a few billion folks allowed to act in their own self interest with no restraints to help the population as a whole ( I’m not talking communism, for Christ’s sake.  I’m talking about little more than common sense trying to feed the next generation ) and you have guaranteed social or civilization collapse.  An idyllic slow decline assumes we can all act together.  A collapse assumes we are all killing each other for the last resources.  Now, what does history tell us the last fifty years?  How are we conducting our affairs?  With restraint, or with an attitude allowing for the benefit of no one else but ourselves?  This stuff isn’t rocket science folks.  You only make it that way trying to cram a square sided wishful thinking into a round reality.
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Thursday, December 27, 2012

choice is nice

CHOICE IS NICE
Choice sure is nice.  Not that most of us get a real choice about anything.  As an infant, you get a “choice” over carcinogens in your genetically modified Frankenfood soy based formula or you can have them higher in the food chain ( along with mercury and such ) as breast milk.  As a child you get the “choice” over going to a government mandated prison indoctrinating you into being a good little Homelander erroneously called schooling or you can go to a foster home where the larger children molest you because your parents were arrested after not sending you to the camps.  If you escaped that dilemma, you still had to either submit to forced poisoning through vaccination ( not that ALL are bad- smallpox shots being rather welcome- just that one gets the sneaking suspicion that more and more the shots are for non-problems other than the problem of corporations lacking obscene profits ) or you were denied access to the camps which then resulted in the above foster home.  As you became an adult you were then given the “choice” of voting for a scumsucking analwhore Republican or an anal spelunking monkey testicle gurgling Democrat.  Then you got to “choose” whether you should go into a radioactive wasteland in the middle east and get a concussion that the military doctors would refuse to admit to ( or if they did, it came attached with the luggage of mental illness ) or you could stay home and get into college debt for a non-existent job.
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Soon thereafter, either physically damaged from combat or mentally damaged from listening to politically correct  asstard professors drone on and on about women’s rights and minorities superiority or white boy inherited evil, you got to “choose” a mate.  You could have a testicle pickling FemiNazi or a really, really fat bitch that you had to roll in flour to get your monthly treat.  And by fat I don’t mean a Muffin Top fat but a Pear Person fat.  BARF!  Then, for inadequate compensation you got the “choice” of getting a divorce and paying her 50% without being able to see your kids or paying her 100% of your paycheck as you lived in the same house as she did but she got to diddle the next door neighbor as she drove your Lexus.  Hey, at least you got to see the kids.  Who turned out to be little bastards as she poisoned their minds toward you and wouldn’t let you discipline the monsters.  Ah, choice!  Well, how about some positive choice for once?  We all now understand that paying a grand for an AR-15 is a suckers game, especially since there are NO supplies of mags or ammo.  How about that advice to only use common military calibers, hmmm? 
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How about positive choices, like being able to pick from the ammo you can buy?  I was over at a new blog:
It isn’t perfect, but for a first time writer he is doing darn fine ( my first YEARS of writing were hideous ).  One article was on a “one survival gun pick” which listed a company that sold a 12 gauge insert that allowed you to also fire other gauges.  I believe it was about $50.  Now, I don’t know if it is good or bad, but I liked the idea of the flexibility it gave you.  Not just for post-apocalypse ammo use, but for near apocalypse shopping.  Say you had an AR and wanted to buy 223.  You had the money and the motivation.  Yet, no one was selling.  What to do ( if you say rimfire insert, you fail the test )?  But if you could use either 12 or 20 gauge, you could just buy what was on sale or what was available.  I used to do that with my 357.  I bought what was on sale of either 357 or 38.  Both were fine by me, since a less powerful round after the Apocalypse still gives you enough firepower for most needs.  It sure beats NO rounds because you chose to arm yourself with a round prone to panic buying ( I’m not saying you should go to a really obscure caliber, that is equally vexing supply wise, just that with a war on and an Obammy gun grab, 223 is apt to disappear from shelves with no warning anytime ).  Now, I don’t much care for the shotgun.  I suck at using them ( I’ve yet to try one with rifle sites ).  But the flexibility in getting ammo for them sure is nice ( as is the ease of improvised ammo ).  Nor do I particularly care for lever action carbines ( if you want 357 in a longer barrel ).  But that is a personal choice, not a blanket judgment.   I’m merely pointing out that now, choice is more important than ever.
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We live in an age of both On Time Inventory and Perpetual Empire War.  If you try to fight either trend you will lose.  You should always expect instant and widespread supply disruptions due to every swinging dingus up and down the supply chain refusing to pay bankers usury rates on inventory ( not to mention most states taxes on inventory-parasitic humps ).  Look at the Federal rimfire.  Months of no lower cost rimfire bricks ( most likely since the old inventory was sold off as the factory was either bought out or they are switching boxes from 525 rounds to a lower amount which apparently takes forever ).  Not only was there no inventory to cover this disruption, the choices were between that single supplier or one other much higher cost company.  Likely, EVERYTHING you buy is just like that, from wheat kernels to water filters.  And the military consumption of ammunition is obvious.  When the FedGov can pay anything for ammo, the civilian market gets very short shift indeed.  Ammo choice is nice, and might soon be needed.
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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

one in a thousand

ONE IN A THOUSAND
Well, I can report cheerfully that at least that Gott Damn holiday is over and done with.  Everything else here is pretty crappy.  I had to push the bike into work, it looks like I’m walking home and then back tomorrow, my feet are soaked through from the slush ( luckily it is only in the twenties ) and I’m nearly twenty minutes late starting lunch because since nobody seemed to have any plans on snow plowing ( the normal storm is two inches so everyone figures the cars will mash and scatter the snow themselves )- not even some of the casinos- and I’m dragging multiple carts of donations through unyielding slop as I’m dodging cars and hoping I don’t get stuck for a third time today.  BLECH!!!!  Son of a bitch Mother Nature.  She can kiss my ass, lick my junk and go to hell.  Anyway, that’s my story so you get a piece of crap article today at a reduced length.  Sorry, my brain doesn’t work great when I’m this distracted trying to survive my minimum wage job.
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On Monday, Zero Hedge had an article on the derivatives mess.  They of course went on and on about arcane and unrepeatable complex crap ( you know the drill, how much of Nominal is in danger, margin calls or whatever, net and gross, blah, blah )  but what I got out of the article ( I’d have a link but SOMEBODY, I’m not repeating any names of co-workers, deleted the minimized page ) was simply that there is ONE- One Thousandth security on the derivatives.  For every thousand dollars in derivatives there is a single solitary dollar of collateral.  And let us all hope against hope that the single dollar isn’t real estate!  One hundred billion security is it.  For all the derivatives out there.  That isn’t even a rounding error on the FedGov budget.  That isn’t the start of any bail out the banks got.  I don’t know about you, but to me this pretty much screams “WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE IN A HORRIBLE MANNER ALMOST IMMEDIATELY”.  Of course, to be fair, I say that a lot.  So let me put it this way.  If you gave your buddy a loan.  Say for a couple of kegs of beer and some cocaine because if you can only afford crack you simply ain’t going to get and kind of classy gal.  You give him a thousand bucks and he gives you collateral worth a dollar.  Do you really, honest Injun, think that you will ever see your money?  How motivated will your friend be to let you keep his collateral?  Does any of this make sense to you, or are you still convinced Obammy The Magnificent has a proverbial garden of Green Shoots coming out of his ass.  The ass falls out of the banking system, it is Game Over because EVERYTHING energy and food wise is 100% financed.  Stop worrying that you can’t buy a GOTT DAMN SON OF A HUMPING BITCH TWENTY ROUND AR-15 CRAPPEN MAGAZINE and start worrying about economic meltdown.
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Monday, December 24, 2012

santa's whores

SANTA’S WHORES
I hate Christmas.  Not because of the commercialization.  Everything is commercialized anymore, from death to grieving to love to rearing children to maniac depression.  Nothing is sacred anymore.  Every swinging dingus out there wants to make a buck off of you.  This is understood and pretty much expected by all.  I also don’t hate the blatant greed displayed by corporations at the holiday.  We all expect that corporations are soulless blood sucking parasites ( hating corporations is not the same as hating the free market, as corporations are using the government for favors rather than competing on a level playing field with others ).  And it isn’t necessarily the lack of common sense or decency the average person displays.  That is a daily normal occurrence for most people, given that communal concerns were abandoned long ago.  And it isn’t even my own dismal experience with the holiday, from the asswhores starting in GOTT DAMN JULY FOR THE LOVE OF GOD with the displays and pimping and naked greed with me as the corporate monkey boy mindlessly throwing all this extra merchandise around, to the little old pathetic grandmas crowding into the convenience store all Christmas day screeching in primal panic to buy MORE, MORE, MORE scratch off tickets so that with their last breath they can for once in their foul existence experience wealth and respect, to the current mindless squandering of food in one lustful bloated feast as the food bank gives away six months worth of certain commodities just to put together a Christmas dinner box to feed families ONE time.
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No, what I hate about Christmas is that nobody even tries to moderate all the above bad behavior for just one day of the year.  And that is personified by the retail establishments that stay open that day, and the people that insist of patronizing them.  If people weren’t such worthless mouth breathing mindless douchebags, if they refused to go out ANYWHERE on Christmas day, the corporate scumbags would recoil in abject horror at money being spent on lighting and salaries and they would stay closed.  And then, wonder of wonders, people could actually spend one humping day of the year with their families ( or, failing that, at least gather with friends in a similar situation ).  Is one day so much to ask for?  We give up down time for commutes, we sacrifice vacation days for job security.  We ignore the family so we can provide for them.  All year long we sell our souls for rather piss poor compensation.  We can’t have just ONE day to remember how things used to be or at least should have been?  Will the entire world come to a screaming halt if the grocery store closes for one day?  If Christmas comes around the same time every year, might we expect folks can actually plan ahead then as far as provisioning?  Do we really need restaurants open?  Folks can’t feed themselves for one day? 
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Why do we need a gas station open, even on the interstate?  You can’t drive another day?  Does your car not have a tank you can fill up?  Why is it that it now seems normal to have so many businesses open on Christmas?  I remember my dad working Christmas when he was a cop.  Mom was quite stressed about it, even going so far as to offer the kids their choice of holiday dinner to compensate for his absence ( we had the holiday celebrated on dad’s day off, and I got steak and French fries-a very rare treat- so I thought the whole thing was great ).  I’m not that old, so the normal of a very select few working Christmas to the new, everybody gets suckered in, is less than two generations.  Look, people, I’ve spent Christmases alone.  I hit a bottle of booze and felt sorry for myself.  What I didn’t do was try to share my misery with other people.  I didn’t go to the bar.  I didn’t go to a diner.  I didn’t go shopping.  I didn’t expect other people to give up a happy day with their family just so I could be coddled and be put in better spirits.  Not that it would have worked.  How sad and pathetic, the lonesome loser hitting the scotch in a bar, the pathetic jerkoff eating a holiday by himself?  Have a little pride and suck up your misery, away from other people.  Misery might love company, but don’t try to take down the rest of us with you.
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But this common sense and lone bit of decency seems to be beyond most people.  They want to inflict their worthless lives on other normally happy people.  The people who are working crap jobs because that is all there is, so they can’t tell the boss to hump off when the evil little prick wants to cash in on lonely peoples desperation.  They are stuck working, and that sucks for their family.  I might have enjoyed the benefits of guilt when my father worked Christmas, but I was a greedy and hard to socialize with teenager.  How about all the families with small children that you ruin the holiday for by insisting on patronizing a business during that day?  It isn’t the end of the world, certainly, but childhood is the only innocent and enjoyable time of life.  Adulthood arrives soon enough, with its mostly reward-less existence outside your own children.  We can’t step outside our own pathetic lives ONE day a year to let the kids enjoy themselves?  Shame on every humping bastard out there for ruining a child’s Christmas!
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