I’m not typically passionate about politics and have not voted for either presidential candidate in the recent election in the US. However, I can’t help but notice very obvious differential treatments from the media between the recent protests in the nation’s capital and the BLM protests that took place over the summer & fall of … More Manufactured Outrage
An anon on 4chan muses over the nature of self love and acceptance: You ever hear the phrase “learn to love yourself before you love others”? It’s pretty popular. Every time I hear it I get a headache. Then I get mad because it sounds like manufactured Hallmark bullshit. Like, this person spouting such trite … More To Love Yourself Before Others
Despite advances in surveillance technology, there are still places where older tech are still deployed, and even preferred:
An anon talks about the role of excitement in modern civilization in response to a different anon’s complaint about their life: Fucking pathetic. You don’t need to be some Uber-chad with thousands of friends, millions of dollars, a house in the Bahamas and a date with another girl every night to enjoy life. Modern civilization … More On Excitement and Life
The start of a devious new Christmas tradition? Perhaps the young lady is onto something here.
A modern day horror story. Technology is slowly going too far. Screen cap found on 4chan, but originally from Reddit: My Toddler almost never addresses me as “mom” or “mommy” He only does when he’s annoyed or angry. I know he can, he just doesn’t. So this morning he was following me around calling me … More Alexa
The Thompson Elk is an outdoor fountain along with a bronze statue of an elk, gifted to the city of Portland, Oregon back in 1900 by David P. Thompson. The elk statue & fountain has stood for over a century in the city. Below is a simple summary of what has happened to the elk … More The Thompson Elk – A Tale of Society’s Degeneration
The following happens to be observations and musings posted by an anon on 8chan over 5 years ago. What’s scary about his observations is that back then, you can still consider them as fringe views, whereas nowadays the same culture degradation he spoke of are very much main stream. Our culture now takes the form … More Culture as a Spectacle – Observed, But Not Lived
Sad story on how one anon started lifting. For him, it was a life or death crisis that he will always regret.
An anon on 4chan who works as a statistician studies the US election vote data for signs of fraud: GATHER ROUND ANONS AND GET READY TO SCREENCAP. I’m still working on my analysis, but I want to share my initial findings with the rest of you. I think I’m starting to get an idea of … More Anon Spots Election Fraud