Author Archives: quoderat

All Lost

By | August 16, 2019

More than two thirds of Americans don’t believe Epstein died by suicide Only 29% of Americans believe Epstein died by "suicide" showing that the establishment's narrative control isn't working anymore#EpsteinSuicideCoverUp#EpsteinMurder #EpsteinCoverUphttps://t.co/1SyjrjjWI4 — Currie Dobson (@Ventuckyspaz) August 16, 2019 Yes, and this is really worrying the establishment. As it should. When their narrative control slips, soon… Read More »

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W02

By | August 16, 2019

Saw portable tanks of "fitness oxygen" being sold at a gas station. And of course they were available in men's and women's editions. — neural shroud (@neuralshroud) August 13, 2019 That women’s oxygen, gotta watch out for it. It’ll turn you right gay.

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Normalcy

By | August 16, 2019

Yep the 2 guards watching over me fell asleep at the same time and then the camera malfunctioned and then i killed myself — Jeffery Epstein (@DeadEpstein) August 14, 2019 According to centrists, all perfectly normal, move along, nothing to see here. An outlandish string of coincidences, malpractice, and errors happen to occur to a… Read More »

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Lieberals

By | August 16, 2019

Liberals are completely and utterly delusional: One of the most annoying male Twitter behaviors is truly believing you are a political tactical genius would have catapulted over all the obstacles faced by Obama, the first nonwhite male ever elected to president who absent term limits would have sailed to a third term. — Angie Schmitt… Read More »

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Style

By | August 16, 2019

Watching the returns come in from that Floridian hotel room, alone, with no bars open that I could get to, is one of the gloomiest memories I have. And what I wouldn't give now to have a hapless rascal like W back. — Charity Majors (@mipsytipsy) August 16, 2019 What kind of dipshit posts braindead… Read More »

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Philosophy Powered

By | August 16, 2019

So glad I didn’t become one of the STEM nerds who doesn’t read philosophy. Partially because STEM nerds don’t read it, philosophy gives you intellectual superpowers. You learn some area of math or science deeply, eventually you start learning less of consequence as your scope narrows. This is necessary but it is extremely limiting. However,… Read More »

Movie Time

By | August 16, 2019

TitanicBlue BrothersAirplaneany Die HardForrest GumpThe Gooniesany 007Jaws Spinal TapSaving Private Ryan https://t.co/X9FdvvFL2c — Benjamin Young Savage (ᐱᓐᒋᐱᓐ) (@benjancewicz) August 15, 2019 I think I’ve seen every famous movie made in English, not so much other languages.

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I See the Sign

By | August 16, 2019

That so many people fashion an identity out of being fat, unhealthy and clueless is probably a sign our civilization is done for.

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Corp Sex

By | August 16, 2019

I think the reason we’ve concentrated so much on sexual harassment at the expense of all other extremely harmful corporate and interpersonal behaviors is that controlling sexuality is paramount for the corporate neoliberal project to even be able to continue. All other human urges and behaviors stand no chance of defeating that behemoth; sexuality is… Read More »

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Veracity

By | August 16, 2019

Very basic fact people don’t seem to understand, or to want to understand: it’s not a conspiracy theory if it’s true. Hearing things that definitely happened labeled “conspiracy theories” is not new, but it has increased enormously lately as the past is successfully re-written.

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