If Everything Is an Atrocity

Somebody please tell me that people on the right used to refer to Obama’s tweets as an atrocity. I can accept being part of a group of idiots but only if it’s not the only one.

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11 thoughts on “If Everything Is an Atrocity”

  1. A woman I know slightly said that Obama made her “sick to her stomach” for eight years. There are concerns involving every topic you listed, but none of them makes me sick to my stomach.

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  2. Republicans here, 2/3 of the voters, kept saying his election meant “the blacks” could come out of “their neighborhoods” with torches and burn white folks’ houses down.

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    1. A propos our discussion of who won the culture wars, see my most recent post. If some SJW blabberer thinks it’s ok publicly to use insulting language with me because I politely corrected a factual error in what he said, then I think the question of who won has been settled once and for all.

      I anticipate disciplinary actions as a result of all this, and obviously not for him.

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      1. Well, men tend to win and also, nowadays, you do have to say certain words all the time. I am constantly being corrected for insufficient leftism by people who aren’t even left.

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    2. It’s like the inverse of Rosewood. Or Tulsa. Or
      Charlottesville Or Bellingham

      They are so full of shit.

      Do they drive the other fucking way because they don’t want to be anywhere near a GSLiC rally for their own personal safety?

      Is their hometown temple’s sanctum now walled off and the grounds now patrolled by private guards?

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      1. GSLiC? Private guards, well you know who the police protect … and yes, there are neighborhood watches, gated communities, and subdivisions where there’s only one way in/out and the people in the first house have the surveillance cameras on / the phone on speed dial.

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      1. I don’t trust the government or the large private companies that much.

        It would be so much more convenient to have, for example, a FitBit. But I don’t because 1)I’m murder on watches and 2)they’ve used it in murder cases to convict murders (of people, not watches.) :-p

        I don’t even use mobile banking, or mobile apps to pay for things.

        Heck, I wasn’t even going to switch to a smartphone until they stopped making the kind of phone I liked (magic ink keyboards) and they made non smartphones expensive and sucky (iow, worse.)

        So many Swedes are lining up to get the microchips that the country’s main chipping company says it can’t keep up with the number of requests.

        More than 4,000 Swedes have adopted the technology, with one company, Biohax International, dominating the market. The chipping firm was started five years ago by Jowan Österlund, a former professional body piercer.
        How many people live in Sweden?
        Österlund’s second theory is that Swedes are less concerned about data privacy than people in other countries, thanks to a high level of trust for Swedish companies, banks, large organizations and government institutions.
        But what happens when you leave Sweden?

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