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Old School

Old School

Back in Ithaca this past weekend.

Spotted a few blocks from my house.

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southcentralpa | June 3, 2013 at 7:23 am

Woodrow Wilson. The man who segregated the Civil Service? The man who did to political dissidents during WWI what the incumbent President only has wet dreams of doing (so far)?

Ummmmm, no thanks.

(And for those, or those whose friends and relatives, simply refuse to take Jonah Goldberg’s word on how bad Wilson was, I heartily recommend “The Making of a Radical” by Scott Nearing. Nearing’s account is not by an eyewitness, but no-one would ever mistake Nearing for a man of the Right.

Why does he hate Mother Gaia and her children? Do you think he visualizes the suffering of the poor buzzards? Sure, just after Industrial Collapse, good times, good times. 95% of the humans ain’t gonna bury they own selves!

But then, depleted resources, mass starvation, buzzard population collapse. Can’t win for losing some days.

Uncle Samuel | June 3, 2013 at 7:31 am

Dx: Evaluation and interview reveals cognitive and affective symptoms of longterm drug and alcohol use and liberal arts education majoring in Eastern religions.

Rx: Needs psychotropic medication to control delusions and unstable emotional outbreaks.

Tx: Treatment, ideally should be longterm inpatient facility, but due to continued unemployment (except for odd jobs when he is sober and hungry) the patient has no insurance. Has been homeless and living in his truck since parents demises and his subsequent rapid going through the contents their estate have meant moving out of their basement.

Px: Continued ‘progressive’ decline.

Two things we know about this idiot…

1. They hate people (if you visualize industrial collapse, you see millions of people dying, sick, cold, hungry, in the dark)

2. They do NOT work in providing health-care. (Jesus didn’t heal as his means of making a living)

    VetHusbandFather in reply to Ragspierre. | June 3, 2013 at 8:26 am

    I would say a third is that they are most likely not a Christian. Just one of those atheists that thinks they are so much smarter than ‘conservative evangelicals’ that they can point to a couple verses they don’t understand and use them to develop the case that we should all be free-loving, communistic, vegetarians.

    For instance their commentary on free medical care… They don’t really believe that doctors should follow the example of Jesus, they just think that they are much more brilliant than those ‘ignorant Christians’. They got it figured out that Jesus’s real message was ‘free healthcare for all!’ (sarc)Good thing that modern doctors are just like Jesus and can miraculously heal people without the assistance of years of schooling, expensive medical equipment, and pharmaceuticals that have taken countless hours of research to develop. I mean, since all modern doctors are just like Jesus and can miracle away our woes, there couldn’t possibly be any good reason to pay them money for their services.(/sarc)

What an insult to a pickup truck. Bluenecks

It’s true that Jesus didn’t heal for profit. He also didn’t abort babies, or perform sex changes, or do a lot of other things that liberals insist modern “healers” should do(and that the rest of us should pay for).

Know what else Jesus didn’t do? He didn’t try to use his healing as justification for creating a giant new government healthcare bureaucracy that would be used to control the lives and choices of others.

    Radegunda in reply to Observer. | June 3, 2013 at 11:27 am

    Jesus also didn’t grab money and resources from other people and then pretend he was being generous by distributing it to his favorites.

radiofreeca | June 3, 2013 at 9:48 am

“Aperture Labs” is from a computer-game where a computer AI goes insane and killed everyone working in the multistory underground lab. In the game, it repeatedly lures humans in with offers of cake after they take part in some experiments. All the experiments are to see how long it takes before the humans are killed by lasers, machine-gun-toting robots and other things.

So here’s someone who thinks that an imaginary insane murderous computer cool enough to put on their car as a bumper-sticker.

But what I really want to know is – if this person REALLY believes in industrial collapse, what are they doing owning a car? They’re perpetuating the problem – they should go out in the woods and attempt to befriend a Grizzly.

Juba Doobai! | June 3, 2013 at 10:09 am

Old school progressive long time fool.

shortwave8669 | June 3, 2013 at 11:36 am

Let’s not forget FDR was president when the US didn’t take steps to save European Jews from the holocaust. Also president when the Tuskegee Experiment on syphilis started to not treat black men for decades.

I cannot fathom the depth of naivety in the “War is not the Answer” bumper sticker either. Does this idiot think that Hitler or Mussolini would have been stopped in the manner of Neville Chamberlain?

“Why can’t we all just get along?” Because you’re a fool who will take us down with your insipid platitudes, you old school progressive.

Oh, I just had a thought, does old school progressive mean his world view has regressed back to the days when progressives thought they knew how to solve all the world’s problems? History shows us that their solutions simply cause more problems. I would call that a retarded (in the literal sense) world view.

shortwave8669 | June 3, 2013 at 11:46 am

Wasn’t FDR also the president who ordered the internment of Japanese Americans for the duration of WWII? FDR was the president who told the Supreme Court they would not be permitted to review the military trial of the German spies captured on Long Island and then executed within 6 weeks during WWII

“visualize industrial collapse” = billions, not millions, of dead.

Put that driver on your “do not rescue if drowning” list.

Jesus didn’t start any government programs.

“My kingdom is not of this world.”

I suppose this loon was never briefed on the history of FDR’s presidency. At least 2 of those bumper stickers conflict with FDR’s record.

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