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"the irony of the information age is that it's given new respectability to uninformed opinion."

Friday, January 21, 2005  

Haloscan: WTF?

It just don't work no more!

Or maybe it do. Maybe they cut me off, re: no posts in almost a whole munf.

posted by geoff | 11:55 AM |

Tuesday, December 28, 2004  

"Johnny Ramone Crapped Bigger Than These Guys"

"These guys" being Green Day. Instapundit's words (actually Jack Palance's), not mine. But they might as well be.

posted by geoff | 11:42 AM |

Monday, December 06, 2004  


The other day, I heard that there were groups of people in Florida, and likely elsewhere across the country, who are undergoing therapy to help them deal with the fact that Bush won a second term.

Let's see if I can find a relevant article...

ah, here it is.

So, apparently these folks were "emotionally paralyzed, shocked and devastated" at the prospect of four more years of soul-crushing Amerikkkan fascism at the hands of the Bushitler administration cabal Consortium of Abominable Evil.

I wonder: Historically, does fascism allow for hand-holding and head-patting therapy sessions for citizens who are dissatisfied with their national leaders?

In a relatively free non-fascist country, why are those who feel the need to vocalize their idiotically tenuous grip on reality coddled like infants instead of being lined up against a wall and shot? Is it because the country in question is, as stated above, not fascist?

It's enough to make your head spin.

posted by geoff | 1:48 PM |

Friday, December 03, 2004  


Has anyone seen this new(ish) show "Lost?" It's about a commercial airliner that crashes on a mysterious tropical island with all kinds of wacky secrets to stupefy and bewilder the crash survirors. Like, "Holy crap, why is there a polar bear on this tropical island?" and "What is that huge invisible thing in the jungle that likes to knock down trees and eat airliner pilots?"

I'm hooked. I've been able to watch this (the first) season's previous episides via BitTorrent, trying to catch up. In a sorta peripheral way, it reminds me of "The Prisoner," at least in terms of the absurd things that they find on the island, and the whole hey hey hey what's going on here kooky vibe. Each episode seems to center on one of the surviors, giving you a little of their back story, how they came to be on the fateful flight, etc. And of course, everybody's got skeletons in their respective closets. Juicy!

Aren't you glad I'm here to keep you updated on the latest trends in punk rock music and how they relate to current political events? I work hard at this.

posted by geoff | 1:51 PM |

Tuesday, November 23, 2004  

Breaking News

This just in: Kathleen Hanna's face is getting pretty fucking fat.

It's funny, see, because she's a feminist-- the fatness of her face isn't supposed to matter.

But lo, it does!

In related news, sources indicate that that other thing in her band is apparently still trying to grow, or perhaps get rid of, a mustache.

posted by geoff | 11:51 AM |

Wednesday, November 03, 2004  

Day After Election Day: Looks Like I Won't Be Needing That T-Shirt After All...

...though it might be pretty funny to walk around wearing a Kerry "Not My President" for the next four years anyway. I could even make a bunch of different ones... all kinds of different people who, much like John Kerry, are Not My President.

By the way, Fat Mike, Punkvoter, MTV's Rock the Vote, and the rest of the Cool Kids who we're all supposed to look up to:

Hahahaha! Hahahahahaha!

Way to go, guys! You tried so hard to get the young, idealistic people of this country to go to the polls and vote the way you wanted them to! Too bad you fucking failed! 18-24 year old voters turned out in the exact same proportions as last time. I wonder why.

Could it be that your bullshit didn't work? Could it be that enough of them saw through it, and decided that they'd rather continue playing GTA than go out and cast their vote for Lying Traitorous Power Luster as opposed to Unprincipled Jesus Guy? Thay maybe some of them decided to look up a fact or two and discovered, for example, that --holy shit!-- they actually won't be drafted into the military if that monkey-looking dude wins a second term? Even though you repeatedly lied to them and told them that they would?

That sure would be nice.

Either way, guys, you sure did waste a lot of your time, effort, and money on getting young'uns to vote Kerry, didn't you? Big, big congratulations from me to you on your embarrassing lack of success! Now, please go back to promoting vapid and uninspired soundalike bands. It's evidently the only thing you're good at. Go make some of that money back using the American capitalist system you despise so very much.

And Kerry: Thank you for doing the first decent thing of your entire campaign, and conceding gracefully. Not only have we been spared four years of you as President, but you kindly spared us the sore-losery of 2000's Al Gore, who you would have undoubtedly joined in history's garbage can had you opted to contest the outcome of this election.

To everyone else, whether your candidate won or lost: Go get drunk tonight. Really tie one on. It'll either make you feel better, or lots better.

posted by geoff | 2:07 PM |

Tuesday, November 02, 2004  

Election Day

While I'm not exactly ready for four years of Kerry in the White House, I can at least say that I'm ready for the possibility of Kerry losing the popular vote while winning the electoral:

Sure, it's juvenile and stupid. It's been juvenile and stupid ever since easily-programmable punk rock robots started wearing the Bush version on t-shirts four years ago.

The difference is that this time around, it's parody! And parody is always funnier.

In other news, this election will take fucking forever, and no matter who wins there will be lawsuits contesting the outcome (I believe Kerry has already stated that if he loses, he and his army of lawyers will not concede), and recounts, and cheating, oh yes, quite a large filthy shitload of cheating.


posted by geoff | 10:45 AM |
hehe, etc.
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