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Comedians are the New Pastors

During the election, I saw something that struck me as a really odd argument against Trump. Some pseudo-celebrity made the claim that you know Trump is bad because all the comedians were opposed to him. I watch a lot of Steven Crowder. He’s often defended his offensive comedy by referencing medieval court jesters, who often … Continue reading Comedians are the New Pastors
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Oct. 21, 2017, 10:38 p.m.

Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 5

Listening to the fifth Harry Potter high school soap opera on my computer. I believe this is what an early generation called an “afternoon special”. I need something to do with my hands. I’ve thought about buying a dart board. I suppose my grimy bachelor pad kitchen always needs cleaning. The book starts off so … Continue reading Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 5
The BN Blog
Oct. 19, 2017, 7:40 p.m.

More Thoughts on Loudness

Further thoughts on the loudness of the world. When I wrote that I had country-pop radio playing. Currently I’m in a Best Buy. Both of which are higher decibels than the library and the noise equally meaningless. Why am I able write in a Best Buy but not a library? Perhaps it’s a comfort thing. … Continue reading More Thoughts on Loudness
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Oct. 16, 2017, 9:51 p.m.

The Morality Of Permission

Trying to figure out how to write without a computer. I went to the library but it was insanely loud. Even just the clicking on the keyboard. I had several things to say but it couldn’t come to me. Then this guy starts talking on his phone while I’m writing an email. I ask him … Continue reading The Morality Of Permission
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Oct. 15, 2017, 8:38 p.m.

Armchair Anthropology: Snake Handling

The following is adapted from my Facebook posts plus some more recent thoughts. My laptop has passed away, and I don’t plan on replacing it, but I want to continue writing on this blog. Frankly, several of these posts have been from Facebook, because I think they are too good to be a passing forgotten … Continue reading Armchair Anthropology: Snake Handling
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Oct. 14, 2017, 11:32 p.m.

Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 4

I can tell that Harry Potter was written by a woman because of the economic system. Almost all the jobs are either bureaucratic office work or food service. They don’t even have accountants or engineers in the wizard world. If the wizards never interact with muggles, where do they get food from? There doesn’t seem … Continue reading Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 4
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Oct. 12, 2017, 7:31 p.m.

The Halloween Post

Halloween is the single dumbest American holiday, with Valentine’s Day being a very close second. Growing up, I wasn’t allowed to go trick-or-treating. I was finally allowed in fourth grade after begging enough. I wore my Taekwondo uniform. But by that age, my friends told me that they had all quit trick-or-treating and it wasn’t … Continue reading The Halloween Post
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Oct. 10, 2017, 3:33 p.m.

California Isn’t Satisfied With Slitting Its Wrists And Seeks An HIV Injection <<California just reduced the penalty for knowingly exposing someone to HIV from a felony to a misdemeanour.>> Basically involuntary manslaughter. No big deal. America worships the orgasm above all else. Are you really surprised that California has codified it into law? Accidental murder is fine, as long as you can gratify your … Continue reading California Isn’t Satisfied With Slitting Its Wrists And Seeks An HIV Injection
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Oct. 7, 2017, 7:26 p.m.

Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 3

Listening to Harry Potter #3. Snape reminds me of a law professor I had. This woman told a girl on the first day that she should drop out. Most students were terrified of her. A few of the girls thought she was amazing because “Have you seen her credentials?”, which is such a woman thing … Continue reading Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 3
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Oct. 5, 2017, 7:25 p.m.

America Was No Better Than Nazi Germany

(((History))) has decided that the Third Reich is the most evil government ever, but everything they did, our government did too. The 20th century was a time of great social engineering, and it expanded from China to California. Put Jews in concentration camps? Well the Democratic Party concentrated the Japanese into camps. The only reason … Continue reading America Was No Better Than Nazi Germany
The BN Blog
Oct. 3, 2017, 6:29 p.m.

I’ll Take Titty Cancer Seriously When The Cult’s Adherents Do The Same

Every October I make breast cancer jokes to my friends. Most laugh it off, but a few get super offended, as though I’m exploiting it for my own gain. Then they spend money on pink bubblewrap and fishing poles and yogurt with a ten cent donation. It’s almost a kind of Muslim mentality. Nothing about … Continue reading I’ll Take Titty Cancer Seriously When The Cult’s Adherents Do The Same
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Oct. 1, 2017, 8:19 a.m.

You’re Just Now Giving Up On The NFL?

One of the major differences between the south and the rest of the country is the focus here on college football instead of professional. There’s a lot of comedy gold in that, but the entertainment industry never picks up on it and just keeps accusing us of racism even though this has always been the … Continue reading You’re Just Now Giving Up On The NFL?
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Sept. 30, 2017, 7:34 a.m.

Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 2

Listening to the second Harry Potter book. The way the Dursleys treat him like he’s subhuman and pretending he doesn’t exist because of his “abnormality”, as they call it, because they refuse to even mention the word “magic”. Is this book series just a metaphor for secret gay teenagers? ***** The biggest fantasy element in … Continue reading Commentary on Harry Potter: Book 2
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Sept. 28, 2017, 7:21 p.m.

I Don’t Care About The American Flag

First let me say that I don’t care about the NFL. It’s been painfully over-politicized for several years. I don’t watch a sport where men wear pink, no matter what the reason. But that’s another post for another day. More than that, I have more loyalty to the confederate flag than the federal flag. Not … Continue reading I Don’t Care About The American Flag
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Sept. 27, 2017, 7:15 a.m.

Old Folk Song “The Frozen Logger” Debunks Feminism

A lost American classic, set here to a bizarre cartoon. “Only a logger stirs his coffee with his thumb.” Notable covers were done by such giants of the mid 20th century folk genre as Johnny Cash, the Weavers with Pete Seeger, Odetta, the Grateful Dead, and Jimmie Rodgers. While we know it was written by … Continue reading Old Folk Song “The Frozen Logger” Debunks Feminism
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Sept. 23, 2017, 4:51 a.m.

Commentary on Harry Potter: Introduction and Book 1

Lately I’ve been going through Harry Potter on audiobook. I wasn’t allowed to read them as a child because my mother thought they would cause me to explore the occult. Later on I read and saw bits and pieces of them, but I wasn’t impressed and lost interest a third of the way through the … Continue reading Commentary on Harry Potter: Introduction and Book 1
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Sept. 21, 2017, 7:18 p.m.

The Highest Value Is What Drives The Ideology

Whatever is the highest value of your ideology is what you will pursue at all costs. We pretend to have a variety of morals and values that are stacked against each other, but really we only have one from which all others flow. Usually said value is a bit hard to define, but it is … Continue reading The Highest Value Is What Drives The Ideology
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Sept. 16, 2017, 4:55 p.m.

The Aztecs Could Have Avoided Deportation

I saw an article a few weeks ago where a gaggle of illegal immigrants were protesting outside Paul Ryan’s church. Mexico might be famous for its violent revolutions mixing the religious and political, but here in America, disrupting a church service to make a political point is almost as bad as disrupting a funeral. Some things … Continue reading The Aztecs Could Have Avoided Deportation
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Sept. 13, 2017, 6:32 p.m.

I Miss Amy Schumer

Circa three years ago, I binged watched Amy Schumer on Youtube on the law school’s internet after hours. At the time, she was so horribly misogynistic, self-hating, and, dare I say, red-pilled, that some part of me wanted to just give her a sympathy hug and tell her everything wasn’t lost. I even posted a … Continue reading I Miss Amy Schumer
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Sept. 11, 2017, 3:01 p.m.

Why the Vikings’ Descendants are Weak and Cowardly

People wonder how Scandinavia could go from so excessively masculine to such whimpering socialist losers today. Sweden especially seems to be especially suicidal. Why don’t they just fight off the invading Muslim horde with brute force like their pagan, thunder-worshipping, metal-guitar-playing, fight-all-day-and-feast-all-night, Beowulf ancestors did? Because their ancestors were never anything more than entitled, lazy … Continue reading Why the Vikings’ Descendants are Weak and Cowardly
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Sept. 7, 2017, 11:33 p.m.