Saturday, January 30, 2010

Emo Dweebs must go.

Know what was old before it even started? The emo band trying to pull off the "quirky," bet-you-didn't-expect-us-to-cover-that song, like a lame, emo'd up version of an early '90's pop song, or something. Or some limp-wristed, "can't you tell how sensitive we are" emo group covering a Mariah Carrey song, or something along those tacky, transparent lines. Another example of these spiritless dweebs trying much too hard to appear credible or legitimate to their more artistically inclined elders. Face it, Emo generation. You've had 8+ years to produce something.. anything.. worth remembering. And you've failed. Your art will not be remembered. And that makes me happy.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Rosenhan Experiment

Eight people, none of whom having a history of psychiatric problems, were sent to various mental institutions to lie and say they've been hearing a voice in their heads, repeatedly saying the word "thud." Other than this lie, they were to behave completely as they would normally. All eight participants were diagnosed as clinically insane by the institutions. Seven out of the eight were diagnosed as schizophrenic, the other as bi-polar. They were not allowed to leave and were forced to consume psychotropic drugs. They then realized that the only way they could leave would be to play along and pretend to be insane, and then pretend to be getting better.

Outraged by David Rosenhan's findings, the mainstream psychiatric community reacted aggressively. One major hospital even challenged Rosenhan to reproduce his results by sending more people, vowing not to let them slip through this time. He accepted. After a few months, the hospital proudly announced it had thwarted 41 attempts to sneak sane people into the "mental" hospital. It was at this point that Rosenhan revealed that he hadn't even sent anymore people to the mental institutions. PWNED!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Guest Post from Michael The Patriot Blogger: 12 Signs That 2010 Is Going To Be A Really, Really Bad Year For The Democrats And The Obama Admin.

The following is a guest post from [self described] conservative blogger, Michael Snyder, who lives and works in Arlington, Virginia. More of his work can be found at his daily news blog ( and on his blog about conservative politics (

While I myself am adamant about a strict non partisan approach to editorials, lest we fall into the all-too-familiar traps of the false left-right paradigm, I'm always enthusiastic about the sharing of ideas, such a simple and easy thing to do, but so vital to our Republic's survival. That said, I feel that any singular focus on 'this' or 'that' administration is bound to be self-defeating, as the incremental tyranny being imposed by the globalist bankers continues on course, regardless of whether we're currently being sold a line from Dems or Repubs. Many of the points made, however, are quite valid. Enjoy.


12 Signs That 2010 Is Going To Be A Really, Really Bad Year For
The Democrats And The Obama Administration

The 2010 election is still almost 10 months away, but already every indication is that if the election was held today, the Democrats would suffer a crushing defeat. So will things get better for the Democrats by the time election day rolls around? Well, actually the truth is that things are only likely to get worse for the Democrats and the Obama administration in 2010. As the U.S. economy continues to fall apart, and as health care and national security continue to take center stage on the national scene, an increasing number of voters are likely to become disenfranchised with the Democratic Party. The following are 12 signs that 2010 is going to be a really, really bad year for the Democrats and the Obama administration....

#1) Health care "reform" has been a total nightmare for Obama and the Democrats. The majority of Americans have been horrified to learn that the plan put forward by the Democrats will make purchasing health insurance mandatory, will raise taxes, will give the government unprecedented control over health care decisions, will result in much fewer health care choices for the average American and will push U.S. government deficits through the roof. Approval ratings for the health care "reform" bill have been hovering in the 30s, and considering that this is the centerpiece of the Democratic agenda, this is a really, really bad sign for Obama and the Democrats.

#2) In fact, more Americans than ever are sick and tired of the financial mess that the U.S. government is getting us all into. The truth is that the U.S. government is drowning under an absolute mountain of debt and all of the spending that Barack Obama is doing is only making it worse. To finance this debt, the U.S. Treasury has been forced to issue so many new bonds that the rest of the world cannot possibly buy them all. So who is buying them all up? The Federal Reserve. In fact, the Fed is now purchasing approximately 80 of all new U.S. debt.

#3) But even with all of this reckless government spending the unemployment situation in the U.S. is still absolutely brutal. When even Wal-Mart is closing stores you know things are really bad. Wal-Mart just announced this past week that it will close 10 money-losing Sam's Club stores and will cut 1,500 jobs in order to reduce costs. So if even Wal-Mart has to shut down stores, what chance do other retailers have?

#4) In fact, some areas of the U.S. are a total economic nightmare at this point. The mayor of Detroit recently said that the real unemployment rate in his city is somewhere up around 50 percent. When things get that bad, the party out of power starts to look better and better.

#5) So just how bad are things when compared to past recessions? During the 2001 recession, the U.S. economy lost 2% of its jobs and it took four years to get them back. This time the U.S. economy has lost more than 5 percent of its jobs and there is no sign that the bleeding of jobs will stop any time soon. Those who do not have jobs are much likelier to consider voting for the party out of power.

#6) The reality is that more Americans are in financial trouble than at any point in recent times. Americans are going broke at a staggering pace. 1.41 million Americans filed for personal bankruptcy in 2009 - a 32 percent increase over 2008. This is not a trend that is going to help the Democrats.

#7) We are also seeing a record number of mortgage defaults. According to a report that was just released, delinquent home loans at government-controlled mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac surged 20 percent from July to September. In fact, things are such a mess at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that the Obama administration recently removed the caps on the amount of financial assistance that the U.S. government will be giving these two entities. Whether or not Obama created this mess is not the issue. What is the issue is that an increasing number of Americans are blaming him for this mess.

#8) In fact, many analysts believe that the the housing crash is far from over. They say that a massive "second wave" of mortgage defaults is getting ready to hit the U.S. economy starting in 2010. In fact, this "second wave" is so frightening that even 60 minutes is reporting on it. When this second wave does hit, most Americans are going to place responsibility for it in the laps of the Obama administration.

#9) Now there is even concern that the recent global deep freeze could end up seriously affecting food prices in American supermarkets in 2010. As the past several decades have clearly shown, Americans tend to vote according to how their pocketbooks are doing, and if food prices shoot through the roof that will not help Obama and the Democrats at all.

#10) In addition, recent polls indicate that the majority of Americans are so concerned about terrorism that they would be willing to sacrifice certain freedoms in order to feel safer. Considering the fact that terrorism is considered to be an issue that greatly favors the Republicans, this has got to be very concerning to the Democrats.

#11) On the foreign policy front, Obama risks alienating the Jewish vote by continuing to insist that Israel give East Jerusalem to the Palestinians. The truth is that the Jewish vote is crucial for the Democrats and Obama in places like Florida, and by taking such a hardline anti-Israel position, Obama is not winning any new friends in the Jewish community.

#12) Also, Barack Obama is continuing to push for a treaty with Russia that would reduce the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal to approximately 10 percent of the size that it was at the height of the cold war. Such an irresponsible approach to national security is surely not going to win Obama and the Democrats many friends among moderate voters who are concerned about security issues.

Any way you cut it, 2010 is shaping up to be a very bad year for the Democrats. Barack Obama's approval rating has already been plummeting like a rock, and there does not seem to be much hope of that turning around any time soon. In fact, if the signs above are any indication, the 2010 election could end up being really, really good to the Republicans.
But with Obama still in the White House until at least 2012, will they be able to do much to clean up the mess?

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

"Medicinal" Marijuana in NJ: So Far, So Good, So What?

Legal "medicinal" marijuana is cool n all, but at the same time, fuck "medicinal" marijuana. It's a misnomer. What's the difference between 'medicinal' marijuana and regular ole' marijuana that people have been consuming, to their benifit, for millenia? Nothing.

Nothing at all, except the system full of prescription drug munching square zombies who've been convinced that one's okay, and the other's purely criminal. Marijuana is not like oxycontin, a dangerous substance requiring proper credentials in order to posess. It's a beautiful and abundantly healthful plant that fights cancer, promotes healthy spirituality and general well-being and stability of mind.

Take a 5 minute break from your hyper-alert, problem solving state of mind and perhaps you'll agree that the reason mother nature made cannabis one of the most ubiquitous and versatile plants on the face of the planet was because MAYBE WE WERE MEANT TO GIVE IT A TRY EVERY NOW AND THEN.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Gibroney Of The Week: George Lucas

Some would say that George Lucas' lack of activity as a director for 22 years, between 1977 and 1999, is a classic example of wasted talent. I say he didn't waste any talent, because that mousy fuck never had that much to begin with. He read Greek mythology, watched a couple Kirusawa films, then relied on his director buddies, like Spielberg, to hold his hand through Star Wars. Then he sat back and proceeded to collect money from the production of toys and t-shirts for the next 20 years. He's a joker.

And don't forget about the gratuitous releasing, and re-releasing, and re-re-releasing of the first 3 films. Certainly another reason why he borders on con-artist. His first 2 (and only two non-Star Wars) films he directed do admittedly display some talent on his part, but non-remarkable talent, if we're to be honest. In other words, there's not a chance in hell the dude would be revered or remembered, on the scale he is, for only those two works. The cause of his success can be narrowed down specifically to the first Star Wars film, which was created along with the help of Spielberg and Coppolla.

This isn't to say that Spielberg was the only reason Lucas had a successful career. There's also the luck he had with the excellent casting, and Jim Henson's puppeteering. In my opinion those are the three main factors that make Star Wars, episodes 4-6 so special: Spielberg's/Coppalla's help, Jim Henson's services, excellent cast. Maybe fourth, I'd place Lucas' directorial talents. Maybe. Probably not.

The New World Order Aims to Outlaw Arguments in France

France is in the process of making "psychological violence" the same as physical violence in the eyes of the law, for married couples. Some of the examples of exactly what types of scenarios would qualify under this new invasive legislation, consist of things like a woman telling a man that she should have married someone with more money, or a man telling a woman that he was better off with his first wife. We're told not to worry about excessive use of this nifty new law, though:

"[Martine] Billard rejects critics who say the new law would allow couples to be hauled in for having an argument. She says it must be proved that the abuse is repeated and done with the intention of destroying the victim's dignity." - NPR

But what qualifies as "repeated?" What if the police arrive, and your nosy neighbor mentions that this isn't the first time she's heard that couple fight? Does that qualify, or is it necessary for separate, documented incidences to occur? And if so, how many? Two? Three? Also, who determines what is and is not "done with the intention of destroying the victim's dignity?" Many questions, and I'm willing to bet we wouldn't like the honest answers very much.

While it would be lovely to have the power, either legally or personally, to stop this sort of mean and unsavory behavior, the simple truth is that any attempt to legislate this aspect of human life is ridiculous on its face, and an obvious vehicle for government to extend its influence over our private lives even further. Anyone who's experienced anything even remotely close to romantic love would agree that ugly fights are often par for the course and in the end, whether we care to acknowledge it or not, can contribute to the process of emotional understanding and bonding that is love. In other words, love is a refining process, and argumentative clashes, for most people, play some role in that.

My heart, of course, goes out to any women in France who are truly being verbally/emotionally victimized. But this is precisely why I'm critical of this type of legislation, as it's in no way geared toward helping anyone, rather toward setting the precedent for Big Brother's immediate intervention in any conduct that violates the establishment's set norms. The globalists understand that naturally healthy relationships have both ups and downs, and hence it'd be unrealistic to enforce this sort of behavioral control on healthy human beings. Which is why they need us on their drugs, if not directly through prescription, then to a considerable extent, through our water and food supply. They've succeeded in training almost all people, the world over, to ignore politics and show disdain for all but the shallowest features of social life. Now they're taking the first steps toward applying this same code of docility and conformity within the home.

Obviously, in cases of genuine psychological abuse, intervention on the clinical, and not the law enforcement level of society is needed. Hopefully France, who once stood alongside us as a worldwide beacon for liberty, will muster the willpower to strike down this oppressive and easily abusable legislation.

Read the NPR article.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Chemtrails N.J (4)

Chemtrails N.J (3)

Top: Three images of the same very long chemtrial.

Bottom: A little skinny one seemingly emerging from the dark cloud in the center, then trailing off to the left.