Archive for January, 2012

Honesty? On what planet?

2012/01/15

Ok, everyone once in a while I find something truly hilarious so if you want a side-splitter, go to this and be sure you are sitting down.
http://www.hoover.org/publications/defining-ideas/article/104721

Now, if you read down this thing without dying from laughter first you will come to this gem.

“Cheating in school is unethical for at least four reasons: 1) it gives students who cheat an unfair advantage over those who do not cheat; 2) it is an act of dishonesty in a setting dedicated to a quest for truthful knowledge, 3) it is a violation of trust between student and teacher; and 4) it disrespects the code of conduct and the social order of the school.”

Now, let’s take this apart and see what it looks like to someone who is actually rational.

“Cheating in school is unethical for at least four reasons: 1) it gives students who cheat an unfair advantage over those who do not cheat;”

Uh, who in their right mind would not want an advantage in life, fair or unfair? What has fairness got to do with anything? You grab what you can.

“it is an act of dishonesty in a setting dedicated to a quest for truthful knowledge,”

Truth? Truth? What the hell has truth got to do with anything in school. The only truth is to get the best grade by whatever means necessary.

“it is a violation of trust between student and teacher; ”

Uh, what has trust got to do with getting into Yale?

And finally, this is the best one. Hang onto your tummy.

“it disrespects the code of conduct and the social order of the school.”

Well, big whoop diddly do! Who gives a flying fuck about a code of conduct much less some idiot social order. Where do they get these degreed idiots from?

My parents imparted many wise things to me. But by far, the wisest and the one that has served me well, is that there is nothing of more value in life than to be able to lie well. Honesty is, on occasion, useful, maybe even entertaining. But there is nothing of greater value if one wishes to prosper than to be able to tell an untruth and do it so well that it is indistinguishable from a real truth. Because remember, it is better to tell an interesting lie than to tell a boring truth.

I just had a fun idea

2012/01/15

Let us say that there is a serial killer running lose in another part of the country. Now, no one who matters to you is in any danger from this person, they have the wrong body type for example. But you hear that a bunch of wiccans (damn their eyes) are doing spellwork to help the constabulary catch the killer and interfere with his holy work, as well as your fun in reading about it.

Now, would it not be fun to use psionics to grab that energy the wiccans are putting out and place it in a thoughtform designed to protect the killer from being discovered?

Just think about it. The wiccans are casting spell after spell and each time they do the thoughtform gets stronger and stronger (kind of like the thoughtform I created to grab the energy of the prayers my deranged ex-girlfriend would say against me and then used them to power my attacks on her), the police keep getting more and more confused, the public in the affected area keeps getting more and more nervous while becoming more and more angry at the incompetence of the police and the killer keeps having fun as well as removing various pieces of surplus population.

It’s just so much fun being the bad guy.

Santorum

2012/01/08

In your heart you know he’s crazy.

The Warrior of the Future

2012/01/06

Oh that sounds so 1950s, doesn’t it? Well let’s see.

The Warrior of the Future is not going to be a soldier. He will not wear a uniform. He will not be driving around in a tank. He will not be sitting in a cockpit. The Warrior of the Future will be ninety years old, in his bathrobe. He will be fifteen years old in whatever fifteen year olds will be wearing at the time. And he will be nowhere near a battlefield.

He will be at home, in a recliner or laying on a couch. Oh his head a light headpiece plugged into a computer. And the computer will be logged into a site run by the Defense Department which will put the brain of the warrior into direct contact with a drone. He will fly the drone to the target, destroy the target and hit return. And for each successful mission he will get a certain number of points until he reaches the number where he gets paid. The face of warfare is changing before our very eyes and the time is coming where we will be able to annihiliate an enemy without risking the life of a single American.