Thursday, February 17, 2022


The Bay Area has lifted the mask mandates, which comes as a welcome relief for businesses and white people between their teenage years and late thirties, all of whom are keen to infect everyone who is elderly, very young, or has comorbidities. Because after all, why should they care about "other" people?

Yesterday I was once again struck by the difference between the Chinatown population and the general public. In Chinatown, almost everybody wears their mask wherever they are. The general non-Chinatown public goes around fully unmasked, unconcerned, and quite careless about everyone else except their own precious selves. On the bus there is always at least one person who is not wearing his or her mask over their nose. Usually it's a white male in his mid-twenties to mid-thirties.

Tuesday night it was a black queen.

"I'm sorry, I forgot. My bad."

You dumb piece of garbage. Here it is, two years after the start, and remembering to wear your mask is still difficult? You must be really special. Same comment goes for Chad, Brad, Bruce, and their dingbat girlfriends Jennifer, Courtney, and Karen.

According to CDC Director Doctor Rochelle Walensky, "the overwhelming number of deaths, over 75%, occurred in people who had at least four comorbidities. So really these are people who were unwell to begin with and, yes, really encouraging news in the context of omicron". Indeed, that is encouraging. We're condemning them to death, which will benefit businesses and insurance companies. Soon we'll finally not have the financial burden of their miserable existences to drag the rest of us down. The same goes for the unvacccinated under fives, who are a pain in the arse as well as infinitely expendable. And those old people? Fossils!
Best rendered into heating oil, but barring that, just plow them under.
Thank you Doctor Walensky for putting it into perspective.


I will admit that I too find most kiddies expendable, especially if they belong to middle class white San Franciscans. They often represent the absolute paradigm of utter brat spoilation. Little cretinous egomaniacs without any charm or glimmer of intelligence to alleviate their bourgeois dreadfulness. So I am looking forward to their extinction.

Childhood is at least three comorbidities.
Four if their parents are yuppies.

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