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Wednesday, April 04, 2012

 It is with a tear in my beer and a rocket in my pocket that I welcome The Maddening Horde.  Aside from the persistent spammers, who don't count, this is my first troll.  Thanks, Penrod / Sean!  I love you, too.PS: I'm sorry your god died.  : (   . . . ()


Posted at 12:01 pm by Jeremiadist
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

  "Hey." "Hey.  Doctor You?" "Sure.  Go ahead, uh, caller.  You're on the air with Indie Loveline." "Whatever.  So, my girlfriend or whoever won't speak to me after I finally informed her that Dinosaur Jr. are over-rated... " "Srsly!  Dare to speak the truth to power, comrade." "...and th . . . ()


Posted at 12:37 pm by Jeremiadist
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Saturday, January 28, 2012

  To be honest, I am disappointed by the thought of Kim and Thurston going through the governmental procedure of marriage - much less the governmental procedure of divorce!  It strikes me as the least punk-rawk way possible of managing one's relationships and romantic and sex lives.  Bastard and . . . ()


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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

  The mental health industry has a long history, much of it politically implicated by, oh, for example, Foucault - curiously intertwined with the history of those institutions of CONTROL the government and the church.  For an uncomfortably close instance of a form of authority making use of . . . ()


Posted at 6:23 pm by Jeremiadist
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Sunday, December 12, 2010

  What is the difference between sales and evangelism?  Don't worry!  It's a rhetorical question; I'll do the work. In conventional sales, you end up exchanging money for an particular concrete product.  If you feel like it, you can palm it off on some other sucker, and recover at least part o . . . ()


Posted at 1:35 pm by Jeremiadist
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Sunday, December 05, 2010

  Dramatis Personae: A:  A new DJ, starting his or her first shift. B:  Radio producer, easing A into the routine. [B is preparing to leave, having guided A into seat and headset, indicated the controls, and so forth.  Off air:] B:  So you should be OK?  [rising] A:  [grasps B's a . . . ()


Posted at 4:04 pm by Jeremiadist
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Saturday, November 27, 2010

  I think you should worry about what you are worrying about.   (By which I mean, you know, those OTHER people, not you.  You're cool, right?)  People are afraid, and I am afraid of that. Nephilim:  Evil Giants! "Where did these giants come from and what was their connection with ordina . . . ()


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Friday, November 26, 2010

 Sentimentality is cowardice disguised by a thin veneer of emotion. 


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Saturday, September 25, 2010

 Apparently I think and speak more lucidly in dreams than in "real" life.  In the dream , I was talking with a composite character, I think based on Facebook "friends" I chose because I am their fanboy, and on people I have actually known - an avuncular bohemian elder statesman. There had been . . . ()


Posted at 4:21 pm by Jeremiadist
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Sunday, September 19, 2010

  No-one wants to admit the fundamental problem.  People on balance are ignorant, foolish, arguably retarded, malicious, and crazy; to this all the world's problems can be traced.  (I do not necessarily exclude myself from these judgments.)  Anyone who spots this fact has to bear the burden of . . . ()


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