Three days ago, 6/4/21, marks the 17th year anniversary of the Killdozer rampage that occurred in Granby, Colorado. For those unfamiliar with this, below is a pretty decent summary of the events that transpired, whereby a single American man modified a humble bulldozer into a homemade tank, and the destruction that followed: Closer up picture … More The Killdozer Saga
The weekly schedule at a random local church in the U.S. Despite the title of the sermon for the week, one can’t help but feel dubious toward its claims:
An angry young man goes into what it takes to start a septic tank installation business in the US: I can sympathize with the young man who posted about his attempt to start a septic tank business, and have had similar experience as well. I ran a small business with a couple of my family … More What It Takes to Dig a Septic Tank
One of the few occasions when the internet slang “clown world” is not an exaggeration: Leslie Morgan White, 34, a morbidly obese man who has a history of heart problems called 911 last week after feeling intense pain in his chest. White was brought to the St-Mathews Medical Center where he was immediately transferred to … More Man sues Kentucky hospital for $1.2M after doctors accidentally performed C-Section on him
An anon talks about how he became attached to a toy figure he originally bought to resell: I had that problem once, sort of. There was a guy on the BST selling his figma Bride Saber for $50 and at the time I knew it would be an easy turn around for $100. So I … More Anon bonds with a Toy Figure
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.
Activism is nice and all, but perhaps even better when aimed at the proper targets.