Artificial Stupidity

Not only is this artificial intelligence quite artificially biased, the text it produced is absolutely horrid. So I’m seeing the artificial part, but the intelligence part, not so much.

Conservatives for Stalin

And a little gift for the sad individuals who continue to stan for Russia and its “conservative values”:

Please get help now because a conservative cult of Stalin is a bit of a weird thing.

Socialist Conservatism

Price controls were a method used by Hugo Chavez to destroy the economy of Venezuela. I don’t like to overuse the word socialism but this is literally socialism. I’m still very confused as to why Orban is supposed to be a conservative icon.

I will never understand how it’s possible to be a conservative and support price controls. There were price controls on everything in the USSR. Does anybody need a reminder on how that worked out? This socialist shit renders currency worthless and immiserates the people every single time.

People very often confuse words with actions. “Yes, but he said…” Who cares what anybody said? Look at the actions. Observe the results. I can’t tell you how many times people respond to my question as to why they detest one politician and support another with a sentence starting with “he said…”

A Shameful Secret

A friend asked me out to talk about “something important that I wanted to share for a long time.”

After we sat down, the friend opened with a long and haltingly delivered disclaimer.

“I don’t want you to think badly of me… I know this might sound bad but I want to be honest with you… I hope you don’t judge me for what I’m going to say…”

In all honesty, I was sure she was about to tell me she was having an affair. I wasn’t going to judge because it’s not my place to judge people. Plus, I’m always on the side of my friends.

Finally, the friend lowered her voice, looked around, and whispered…


“I think there’s too much of this wokeness stuff everywhere.”


One of the largest provinces in Canada is moving forward with a plan to become the first province in the country to decriminalize several hard drugs. Starting on Tuesday, residents of British Columbia who are older than 18 will be allowed to carry up to 2.5 grams of drugs such as cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine and morphine, the BBC reported. British Columbia was granted permission by the government to try out the plan for three years, when the drugs will still be illegal but those carrying less than 2.5 grams will not be arrested, charged or have the drugs confiscated.

Heroin and fentanyl dealers always carry very small portions, and now they will do it completely legally. 3 milligrams of fentanyl are lethal, so 2,5 grams can wipe out quite a few inconvenient Canadians who still remember the concept of rights.

Yes, these people got themselves addicted because it felt nice. But shouldn’t their government be playing on their side and not making it easier for the dealers to wipe them out? Why won’t they even just confiscate a clearly lethal dose?

Vancouver in British Columbia had already become unlivable because of throngs of homeless addicts crowding a formerly lovely city. If you can’t lock people up permanently under the pretense of COVID, the next best thing is to keep them at home by filling the streets with the dysfunction of drug addiction.

Make no mistake, this is not about the “right” of the addicts to kill themselves with their addiction. It’s about polluting our public spaces and squeezing us out of them. It’s about shortening the lifespan of the population that still remembers how to protest and refuse to be treated like cattle.