Tuesday, April 19, 2022


A partisan judge appointed by Trump has effectively struck down the travel mask mandate. Which is good. Because Magatrash travelling, becoming infected, and spreading a deadly virus to their relatives and friends can in the long run only have a beneficial effect. A few innocent people will die, but that's a small price to pay considering the end result.

In particular, the following states should suffer massive numbers of disease overwhelming their healthcare systems: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Plus some other places: Los Angeles, Orange County, Philadelphia, San Diego, and Eastern Oregon.

These are all places that I have no wish to ever visit. They are filled with salt of the earth real Americans. Gun nuts, truckers, Christians, Fox News watchers, and Alex Jones acolytes.

A part of the country where people dress funny, smell bad, and eat too much.

All deeply, treacherously un-American territories.

Here's an inspirational quote, which perfectly expresses my regard for American society:
"I believe in Malthusianism. I also believe in cigarettes, cholesterol, alcohol, carbon monoxide, masturbation, the Arts Council, nuclear weapons, the Daily Telegraph, and not properly labeling fatal poisons, but, above all else, most of all, I believe in the ONE thing that can come out of people's mouths: vomit!" [Philip E. Marlow, in The Singing Detective.]

By the way: this country is filled with sh*tty pizza.
Something ought to be done about that.
Yeah, I read the news again.
Those people. Dang.

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