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How Was Your Weekend?

Posted by V the K at 7:38 pm - October 16, 2016.
Filed under: Life

Went to Markoff’s Haunted Forest last night with three good friends and had an outstanding time. This is the sixth time I’ve gone, but easily the best time I’ve had there. The Super Full moon was the crowning touch of the evening. Also, I got pulled from my group and shoved down a mineshaft. MHF is just the best Halloween attraction I have ever been to.

Last year, we did the Ohio Haunted Prison (where the exteriors for The Shawshank Redemption were filmed) last year. The haunted prison itself was brilliantly done and definitely worth the price of admission. But Markoff’s wins hands down because you don’t wait in line for three hours (and that’s if you get there early) before getting in to see the scary stuff. At MHF, you get to hang around bonfires drinking hot cider and cocoa, watching flame jugglers, it’s like a big Hallowe’en party, and then they call your group and you go through the forest. There are two trails, and there always stupid liberal women yammering in line “Should we go on the other trail? Is the other trail better?” I like to think they ruined their evening by obsessing over the idea that the people in the other line had the better time.

My only thing about these attractions is my inability to suspend disbelief coupled with my hypervigilance. I walk into the ‘House of Scary Clowns’ for example, and I’m thinking, “They did a really nice job with the layout of this place. Note how the bright red eyes draw your attention upward, thus distracting your attention from the attack, which comes from the sides.”

Anyway, I hope you had a good weekend. I like to watch horror movies in October. These are some of my favorite scary/fun movies for the Season of the Lengthening Shadows. Feel free to critique or suggest your own.

  • Trick ‘R Treat — Multiple interlocking storylines and a werewolf orgy featuring Anna Paquin.
  • Young Frankenstein  — “What knockers.” “Oh, thank you, doctor.”
  • Dog Soldiers — Hunky soldiers versus Scottish werewolves.
  • Dead Space — Technically, a video game, but scary than most any movie and I usually play through on Halloween.
  • Black Sheep — I have a soft spot for cheesy movies, and they don’t come any cheesier.
  • Pet Sematary — It holds up well.
  • Shawn of the Dead – Who doesn’t love it? What, you’ve never seen it? Never? Well, FU, man.
  • Sleepy Hollow — Not a huge Johnny Depp fan, but this one works.
  • Darkness Falls — It’s a crappy movie, but it works for me.

Honorable Mention for Patrick Stewart’s most embarassing movie role. (Yes, even worse than Jeffrey.)  He played a space vampire. That’s right, a Space Vampire.

21st Century America as Medieval Europe

Posted by V the K at 2:49 pm - October 13, 2016.
Filed under: Ideas & Trends

Victor Davis Hanson lays out the case that our modern era is not much more than the Middle Ages with sexting.

Closeted scholiasts wrote esoteric treatises that no one read. These works were sort of like the incomprehensible “theory” articles of university humanities professors who are up for tenure.
Medieval elites relied on massive walls and moats — sort of similar to what we see with the present-day gated estates of Malibu and Silicon Valley.
The great architects of the late Middle Ages could design majestic cathedrals at places such as Chartres and Rouen. But debt, incompetence, and quarreling meant that their construction — unlike the earlier construction of the Parthenon — took centuries to complete. The blueprints and mock-ups for California high-speed rail are as grandiose as the plans of medieval Gothic churches. But the reality of ever completing the project will require a half-century of cost overruns, lawsuits, and continual higher fees and taxes.

However, the people of the Middle Ages had something we lace… faith and spirituality.

People living in medieval times believed in transcendence and a soul, and sought to keep alive culture until civilization returned. People living in modern times increasingly live for their appetites without worry about what follows — with little awareness of what has been lost and so not a clue about how to recapture it.

More Heat Street

Posted by V the K at 10:26 am - October 13, 2016.
Filed under: Unhinged Liberals

The Cover Girl make-up company decided to use a 17 year old boy as its new ‘Cover Girl.’ The kid wears make-up like Tammy Faye Bakker and, well, let’s just say he better stay away from Donald Trump if he doesn’t want to get grabbed. Apparently, this is what the mainstream media wants men to be these days; sissy boys wearing girly make-up.

You know who’s pissed off about this? Come on, who is always pissed off about everything? The feminists, the trannies, the feminist trannies, and the Social Justice Wankers.  Apparently, choosing a white boy as a Cover Girl isn’t transgressive enough. They should have picked a transgendered humanoid of color, ideally vegan, and if Muslim, even better.

Heat Street Dump

Posted by V the K at 9:10 am - October 12, 2016.
Filed under: Random Thoughts

The ascendancy of the Social-Justice left has unleashed so much madness in the world. I was trying to pick a story from Heat Street to comment on, but there’s just so many. And they’re all nucking futs.


Trump Voters Gave Hillary the Republican Opponent She Wanted

Posted by V the K at 4:54 pm - October 11, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

In early 2016, the Hillary Campaign was pretty sure she would lose to every Republican candidate but one; guess which one.

Brent J. Budowsky, a former congressional staffer and current liberal blogger who has written for The Hill, the LA Progressive, and The Huffington Post, told Podesta he was “petrified” that Clinton might lose the 2016 election, should someone besides Trump win the GOP nomination.

Right now I am petrified that Hillary is almost totally dependent on Republicans nominating Trump….she has huge endemic political weaknesses that she would be wise to rectify…..even a clown like Ted Cruz would be an even money bet to beat and this scares the hell out of me……

Subsequently, the media gave Donald Trump some two billion dollars of free airtime coverage, and twelve million Democrats crossed over to vote in Republican Party. (Because the Republican Party is run by complete and total mouth-breathing idiots who think letting Democrats choose their nominee is a great idea. Right, Todd Akin?)

Hillary was especially afraid of Marco Rubio, a younger Republicans with no scandals and crossover appeal. She was also terrified of the candidate I supported in the primaries, Senator Rand Paul. But the Media and Democrat support for Trump coupled with the Republican Party’s absolute contempt of its own voters combined to give us the Trumpster Fire this election has turned out to be.

This is why we can’t have nice things.

Off the Grid

Posted by V the K at 8:56 pm - October 10, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Posting will be limited as a family member is in the hospital; a rural hospital with lousy wiffie.

I have been thinking about the deepening social, political, racial, and class divisions in the country and how Hilary Rodham Clinton is absolutely incapable of dealing with them. For one thing, the Democratic Party finds too much political advantage in exacerbating divisions; and it’s run by a class of people who actually get off on taunting the opposition through their policies. For another, Hillary is a bitter, vengeful creature who is by her own nature incapable of conciliation with opponents. On top of which, she’s already damaged goods, and will assume the presidency already distrusted and despised by a majority of the population.

Paradoxically, the one sure way to ease the social divisions would be for Government to back off and give people room to work things out for themselves.   Hayek explained it succinctly in The Road to Serfdom how as government force grows in every aspect of our lives, the inevitable result is friction as policies invariably favor some groups over others. Over time,  fewer and fewer support the actions and when the intrusion is greater and greater – the angst, anger and predictably the violence grows. The divisions we are seeing now are precisely the result of 80 years of steadily expanding authoritarian Government.

The next four years are going to be ugly, very ugly.


News Flash: Donald Trump Is a Lecherous Creep

Posted by V the K at 2:43 pm - October 8, 2016.
Filed under: Democrats & Double Standards

Donald Trump, 11 years ago, was caught on a hot mic making crude and vulgar comments about a married woman he wanted to bang.

It’s too bad he’s not married to Hillary Clinton; because if he were, she would totally be defending him. And so would all the other Democrats.

BTW: How many Democrats feigning outrage over what Donald Trump said consider Ted Kennedy a progressive hero?

Rich Hippie Commies Endorse Violent Hate Group

Posted by V the K at 12:09 pm - October 8, 2016.
Filed under: Racism (Real, Reverse or Faux)

Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream has openly and fully endorsed Black Lives Matter in its entirety and with not an ounce skepticism of the Narrative.

The Tweet, which has been liked over 30,000 times, was accompanied by a lengthy statement on systemic and institutionalized racism and called for others to join their cause by not standing idly by and to engage in meaningful action.

“Systemic and institutionalized racism are the defining civil rights and social justice issues of our time,” says the statement signed by Your Friends at Ben & Jerry’s. “We’ve come to understand that to be silent about the violence and threats to the lives and well-being of Black people is to be complicit in that violence and those threats.”

This is of a piece with Ben & Jerry’s longstanding support for the cop-murdering thug (and progressive icon) Mumia Abu Jamal.

I stopped eating their crappy ice cream over a decade ago. There are plenty of alternative sources for ice cream that don’t support violent racists.

I Suppose the Question Is, Does He *Identify* as a Lion?

Posted by V the K at 8:25 pm - October 7, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism

HuffPaint: Gay Trump Supporters Are Worse Than Hitler

Posted by V the K at 11:36 am - October 7, 2016.
Filed under: Liberal Intolerance


Homonationalists are largely white gay people blinded by privilege and actively working against the well-being of the most vulnerable members of our community. These individuals have received their portion of the proverbial pie through recent LGBT victories ― access to rights and capital ― and don’t feel the need to fight against the ideologies of racism, sexism, ableism, classism, xenophobia, transphobia or Islamophobia that are institutionally ingrained into the fabric of America.

Homonationalists believe embodying their freedom means working to violate or deactivate the rights of others. Homonationalists are pawns of their own erasure.

Donald Trump offers a perfect platform for these complacent homonationalists

Or, alternately, the left has to desperately and hysterically “otherize” anyone who is not part of the Democrat Progressive plantation to enforce social and political conformity.

Yeah, that.

Does Anyone Else Want This Shirt?

Posted by V the K at 11:00 am - October 7, 2016.
Filed under: Post 9-11 America

Asking for a friend.




Posted by V the K at 8:30 am - October 7, 2016.
Filed under: Obama Watch

Michelle Obama is having the Publicity Garden where she used to pose for Photo Ops with schoolchildren and pretend to care about vegetables reinforced with concrete and rebar to make it difficult for future inhabitants of the White House to remove.  Also, the perma-garden is being paid for by a crony capitalist corporation.

I guess she wanted a monument to her tenure as First Lady and multi-million dollar taxpayer-funded vacations didn’t translate well into reinforced concrete.


Posted by V the K at 11:54 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

A major hurricane is threatening millions of lives along the Florida coast. The Hillary campaign saw this as an excellent opportunity to buy ads on The Weather Channel.

Politico reports that the Clinton campaign has purchased $63,000 worth of ads on the go-to weather station slated to run over the course of five days in the Florida market.


And This Is Why Countries Don’t Have Two Queens

Posted by V the K at 8:33 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism,Divas

Apparently, there’s a lot of cat-fighting going on behind the scenes at the next Presidential debate. CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Radditz have both decided the debate really ought to be about them, and are behaving accordingly.

They are feuding over petty things, such as ‘Who does each particular topic?’ Both Anderson and Martha want to shine, to be tough on the candidates, and not to be accused of bias. There’s a lot at stake. So there’s a lot of turf-grabbing going on — attempts to box each other out to get the territory they are most well-suited for … They are supposed to be deep in rehearsals — the anchors and their teams have met a bunch of times, and the atmosphere has been acrimonious at best, at all levels, from the producers right up to the execs.

Meh, we know they’re both part of Team Hillary. What Donald Trump ought to do is bring a couple “I’m With Hillary” buttons to the debate and the first time Andy or Marty interrupts him, or cuts him off, or softballs Hillary (all of which will happen), he should cross the stage and say, “If you’re going to behave like that, you might as well be wearing these.”

Why Was “Body-Shaming” OK When Michelle Obama Was Doing It?

Posted by V the K at 8:27 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Democrats & Double Standards

Hillary Clinton must have some polling data to indicate that fat, angry women are the key to the election. How else to explain how the top political issue of last week was a pudgy beauty queen complaining that Donald Trump had maybe twenty years ago “body-shamed” her by commenting on her weight?’

Because a $20 Trillion Debt, a deteriorating economy, and a global situation edging toward war are beyond the intellectual capacity of the typical Democrat voter. But, “Donald Trump said mean things about a woman” is at the level they can relate to

And the Hillary camp has not given up on this electoral chew toy. In fact, she even apparently set up a teenage actress at a staged town hall to ask this scripted question.

“Hi Madam Secretary. I’m Brennan and I’m 15 years old. At my school, body image is a really big issue for girls my age. I see with my own eyes the damage Donald Trump does when he talks about women and how they look. As the first female president how would you undo some of that damage and help girls understand that they’re so much more than just what they look like?”

All right, we get it. According to the Democrat left, telling people they could stand to lose a few pounds is a barbarity that’s worse than anything ISIS has ever done to anyone.

But, wait a minute, didn’t our present First Lady make her entire cause about body shaming? Why, yes, I believe she did.

Reducing childhood obesity is both “a moral obligation to our children” and “a patriotic obligation to our country,” Obama said.

So, body-shaming was very, very good when Michelle Obama was doing it, but it’s now very, very bad because Donald Trump may possibly once have done it. Or is it OK to body-shame children, but not pudhy Latina beauty queens. No, wait, it can’t be okay to body shame children, because Hillary’s town hall plant specifically said that it was bad to make “girls” feel bad about their bodies.

And I would be remiss if I didn’t cover Hillary’s scripted answer to the staged question:


Obama’s Bottomless Pettiness

Posted by V the K at 12:58 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Obama Arrogance

George W. Bush proposed building a base on the moon. Obama cancelled it … to deny Bush a legacy achievement

Chiao suggested the decision to remove the Moon as a possible destination was driven by politics, rather than what might be best for the US space enterprise. “Frankly, it came down to us on the committee to not talk too much about the Moon, because there was no way this administration was going to go there, because it was W’s program,” he said. “Ok, that’s a pretty stupid reason not to go to the Moon. I’m hopeful with this election cycle that maybe the moon will be a possibility again.”

This is why we can’t have nice things… like moonbases.


Leftist Icon Makes Gay Joke About Mike Pence

Posted by V the K at 8:04 pm - October 5, 2016.
Filed under: Democrats & Double Standards

Mike Pence at the VP debate referred to prayer, and said “I try and spend a little time on my knees every day.”

Leftist Icon and Intellectual Thought Leader Stephen Colbert used this as the opportunity to make a gay joke.

And, not even a funny one, actually a banale, tiresome joke, but then, Stephen Colbert was never actually funny anyway. He did schtick that mocked conservatives for left-wing audiences of trained seals.

This demonstrates 1. Leftists have the intellectual sophistication of middle-school girls and 2. It’s OK for them to do it, but they would scream “homophobe” at anyone not ensconced on the left who made the same joke.

Tim Kaine; Spokesman for the Idiocratic Party

If I understand correctly, Tim Kaine was so bad at the VP debate last night that even the Democrat-Media Complex is admitting he was terrible. (It’s OK for them to say a Republican won a meaningless debate; let’s them keep that fig leaf that they’re free of bias.)

What Tim Kaine did last night… the constant interruptions, the clownish demagoguery, the rehearsed attack lines, the unhinged ranting, 21 outright lies … a lot of people were comparing his obnoxious behavior to Jerome from Gotham.  Mike Pence, on the other hand, was playing the part of the serious politician giving his rehearsed answers like a reasonable grown-up.

Here’s the thing though, this is no longer a country that elects reasonable, adult politicians to the office of president. In 2012, the Republicans nominated a very reasonable adult with a record of solving the problems of large organizations. He lost because the Democrats were so successful in launching a waves of childish attacks on him. Mitt Romney tortured his family dog! Mitt Romney wants to put women in binders! Mitt Romney wants to outlaw tampons!

The stupid, childish attacks worked. And thus did America become an Idiocracy.

Tim Kaine not letting Mike Pence finish a sentence is straight out of the social justice warrior handbook; as seen when they refuse to let conservatives speak on college campuses. Tim Kaine’s use of straw men and dishonest talking points has been part of the Democrat playbook going back at least to Bill Clinton. He even through the transgendered’s a bone by referring himself as Hillary’s “right-hand person.”

Democrats will always lose an honest policy debate because they’re policies always … always … fail. (You’ll notice how Hillary isn’t talking very much about Obamacare on the campaign trail.) They have to make elections about name-calling and personal attacks because if elections become about agendas and Governing philosophies, Democrats lose.

And so, elections degenerate into name-calling and feigned outrage from zoftig beauty pageant winners. This is pure Idiocracy.

Voters that reward gutter politicians by electing them to office have no cause to complain about gutter politics.

Another Princess Who Needs to Get Over Herself

Posted by V the K at 1:38 pm - October 5, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Sarah Jessica Parker — an actress of some sort — says she fears for her life if Trump is elected.

“The thing I keep saying is that even if — please, God — Trump is not elected, I’m afraid there is now a climate that has said in silence that it is okay to hurt anybody you not-so-secretly disagree with. Whether it’s how they look or the lifestyle you think they’re leading or the color of their skin, or they’ve come here to, you know, take advantage of this country. I’m terrified.”

Oh, honey, no. Unless you break a leg and someone has to put you down, you’re probably fine.

Realistically, Ms Parker has much more to fear from her husband’s driving than an outraged Trump supporter. She has much more risk of being murdered by someone from the Democrats’ core demo than a Trump supporter.

And Now, Social Juicebox Wankers Are Mad About ‘South Park’ Video Game

Posted by V the K at 8:39 am - October 4, 2016.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Have these people got anything better to do? Sadly… no.

GaymerX, the annual convention aimed at LGBT gamers, has always been a proud safe space, even inviting the much-maligned Anita Sarkeesian to its third convention.

This year, the founder, Matt Conn, departed from the safe space script and invited the latest game in the South Park franchise— and it led to some loud hyperventilating among attendees.

Nora Reed, an outspoken and often enraged internet social justice warrior, claims that the inclusion of the new South Park game at the convention in Santa Clara, Calif., this past weekend was anti-diversity.

As we used to say back in the 90′s, “Get a f–king life you idiotic waste of flesh and oxygen.” Nowadays, we’d tell Nora Reed to go die in a fire. (GDIAF). The 90′s were a more civilized time.

The kicker is, the South Park game hasn’t even been released yet. The wankers are upset about the content it might contain.