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Blowjobs & Death in the Skies

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It seems de rigueur to make spurious connections between unrelated events these days–gays to horse sex or Benghazi to everything under the sun. I call this the Obama Effect — one event, allegedly caused by one person who is both too weak or stupid to accomplish anything and yet so omnipotent as to cause everything.

But of all the whacked out nonsensical connections I’ve ever seen, and they are legion, this one takes the cake: the lack of blowjobs caused Germanwings copilot Andreas Lubitz to crash his airplane into the side of  mountain, taking 149 people with him.

Andreas LubitzAny sentient mammal knows better

Any sentient mammal knows better, but there are others who just can’t make that turn and argue their bent case from their chose place of fear. In this case, the culprit is men’s rights advocate Vox Day (aka Theodore Beale). Beale writes in his blog Alpha Game:

Now, obviously no one else was responsible for Lubritch’s [sic] actions…he alone bears the blame. But it is somewhat haunting to think about how many lives might be saved each year if the sluts of the world were just a little less picky and a little more equitable in their distribution of blowjobs.

It’s not impossible that the Germanwings deaths represent more of the indirect costs of feminism.

Blowjobs…death in the skies? Clearly, civilization is much less civil these days and just as clearly everyone needs their own personal bogeyman on which to blame every unpalatable, remotely offensive counter-opinion. In this respect, Beale’s feminazi-emasculated omega male, Louie Gohmert’s ignorance of all things plausible, and the ISIS outrages against humanity are part of the same tattered cloth. Their bogeymen cause everything, regardless of whether it is pure happenstance or easily the facts easily challenged. No connection is too weird. No event is too unimportant. Their personal prejudices and fears stand in for every everyday thing they want to go away and the rest of us are left shaking our heads and saying, “Did I just hear that?”

Hand me that piano

George Carlin once had a riff in his act that went, “Here a sentence you’ve never heard before…hand me that piano.” Carlin knew a stupid connection when he saw one. Human kind is entrapped in that devilish circle where the most insane notions pass for informed opinion or fact. We’ve gone full circle from bronze age furbies looking into the sky and confidently pronouncing that a giant dragon ate chunks of the moon each night to if only Caspar Milquetoast got a hummer now and again, a mass murder would never have happened.

For those of us with a few shreds of sanity left, we arise each day and think, what fresh hell will today bring and sadly we are rarely disappointed. Is it fluoride in the water, the FEMA death camps, chemtrails? Or (gasp) even blowjobs?

What the hell is wrong with people these days?

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2 Comments

  1. I think that waaaaaaaaay too much attention is paid to the .00001% of wingnuts who say stupid things. In this day of global information awareness, anything and everything ever said creates an indelible imprint. Trouble is that if Wilbert T. Bumfucke says something, it carries the same weight (measured in number of bits) than something said by someone that matters. If this wingnut is a Republican then liberals attach his views to every conservative. If the wingnut is a Democrat, then the opposite occurs and stereotypes are upheld. It is a vicious cycle.

  2. always a good day when someone shares a carlin quote, especially one from the 70’s.

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