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2012-12-31 12:03:50 PM  
Banning teenage poetry?

I'm totally on board with this.
 
2012-12-31 12:11:50 PM  
Overreaction of the year on behalf of the teachers. Also, it said that the book was a "personal notebook". Seems like that would be something the teachers wouldn't even have access to normally, as opposed to a notebook for school notes and assignments. Why was the teacher snooping in the girl's personal things?

Teenagers write all sorts of lame things, draw all sorts of dark or suggestive drawings, and just generally are trying to express how they feel through artistic hobbies. Now we're going to take that away from them too?
 
2012-12-31 12:16:25 PM  
At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.
 
2012-12-31 01:48:21 PM  
They really proved the point of her poem.
 
2012-12-31 03:29:02 PM  
Sometimes it's for the best.
i522.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-31 03:41:26 PM  

Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.


Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.
 
2012-12-31 03:43:40 PM  

dopekitty74: Teenagers write all sorts of lame things, draw all sorts of dark or suggestive drawings, and just generally are trying to express how they feel through artistic hobbies. Now we're going to take that away from them too?


I'm not an expert, but I'd think that taking away outlets - every dark thought is punishable, every "scary" drawing is wrong, as well as having less exercise and places for youthful energy may, just may, be why so many of these kids crack.

I remember when I was in 2nd grade or so, I drew the school with bombs placed all over to blow it up, with paths to rescue the few people I liked and get the classroom gerbils out.  My mom found it and asked me why, and I told her my friend and I did that earlier because some people were mean and we wanted to get them back. Something to that effect. I don't even remember what, if anything, happened, probably because I was eight years old and expressing being angry and upset in a child-like way.

And I'm starting to see the merits of not making these shooters into national names and telling the story over and over.  It's not as if we have any great insight on what makes these people snap (the guy from Colorado is actually alive and they seem to have nothing) but when it is in the public consciousness to such an extent, it will make its way into things like poems and the like.
 
2012-12-31 03:48:07 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.


If she didn't before, her being in the news over this will certainly increase the possibility of her needing it.  It's always a great idea to put heaps of negative publicity on someone who is emotionally unstable in any way.
 
2012-12-31 03:53:55 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.


NRA

DRINK!
 
2012-12-31 04:11:24 PM  

Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.


The suspension may have been a bit much, but you're essentially correct.  The girl should have been sat down with a counselor or whatever for sure.
 
2012-12-31 04:13:55 PM  

Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.


suspension for doing what?
 
2012-12-31 04:16:49 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?


Exactly.  If someone saw it and felt it was warranted, perhaps just talking to the girl would have been the logical thing to do?  She didn't do anything that she should be punished for. She had unpopular thoughts and wrote them down. Lots of people purge their emotions that way. There was a time when honest journaling was considered (rightfully) good therapy.
 
2012-12-31 04:21:24 PM  
Next they will take away math.  Math enables a shooter to count possible targets, count rounds of ammo, count guns, etc.  Math needs to go.
 
2012-12-31 04:22:43 PM  

Brontes: Next they will take away math.  Math enables a shooter to count possible targets, count rounds of ammo, count guns, etc.  Math needs to go.


Republicans will be the first on board to get rid of math. It's on their enemies list.
 
2012-12-31 04:23:36 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?


I'd imagine that the school staff is far more likely to be able to accurately assess this young lady's likelihood to cause mischief than you or I, and I feel confident assuming that there is much more to the story than is being reported.  As I see it, Courtni created what a responsible party thought was a potentially dangerous situation.  If the situation couldn't be reckoned with in a brief meeting as soon as the issue arose, then it's entirely appropriate to remove the student until any fears are either put to rest or substantiated.  Seems pretty straightforward to me.
 
2012-12-31 04:28:44 PM  

Dogberry: tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?

I'd imagine that the school staff is far more likely to be able to accurately assess this young lady's likelihood to cause mischief than you or I, and I feel confident assuming that there is much more to the story than is being reported.  As I see it, Courtni created what a responsible party thought was a potentially dangerous situation.  If the situation couldn't be reckoned with in a brief meeting as soon as the issue arose, then it's entirely appropriate to remove the student until any fears are either put to rest or substantiated.  Seems pretty straightforward to me.


I think the point is she's clearly known to be a troubled kid (the school is for troubled kids).  A punishment seems the wrong way to go.  Talking to her about her negative feelings is all that should have been done IMHO.
 
2012-12-31 05:06:31 PM  
Just remember high schoolers: no first amendment rights for you. Not yours.
 
2012-12-31 05:20:48 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?


Expressing an opinion about the shooter other than total revulsion and white-hot hate.
 
2012-12-31 05:48:12 PM  
www.scifimoviepage.com

Never heard them read poetry, have you?
 
2012-12-31 05:50:59 PM  
Triger. Triger. Triger. Yeah ya thinks ya knows why he pulled the triger like ya knows something the rest of us don't?
 
2012-12-31 06:08:22 PM  

Kevin72: Triger. Triger. Triger. Yeah ya thinks ya knows why he pulled the triger like ya knows something the rest of us don't?


so clearly she was suspended for being fat, ugly earrings and not being able to spell.
and her mother dresses her funny
 
Pud
2012-12-31 06:18:25 PM  

downstairs: Dogberry: tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?

I'd imagine that the school staff is far more likely to be able to accurately assess this young lady's likelihood to cause mischief than you or I, and I feel confident assuming that there is much more to the story than is being reported.  As I see it, Courtni created what a responsible party thought was a potentially dangerous situation.  If the situation couldn't be reckoned with in a brief meeting as soon as the issue arose, then it's entirely appropriate to remove the student until any fears are either put to rest or substantiated.  Seems pretty straightforward to me.

I think the point is she's clearly known to be a troubled kid (the school is for troubled kids).  A punishment seems the wrong way to go.  Talking to her about her negative feelings is all that should have been done IMHO.


I agree. Keep your feelings inside and let them fester until there is a real problem does not seem to be the right approach (true, I don't know the whole story here) to me. I'm sure there are better ways to go with this. The.Sit down, shut up, and NEVER speak of this again may not be the best be the best way to handle this. Sometimes sitting down and just sounding off to someone willing to listen can work wonders.

/But that's just me.
//If schools in the 1970's were like they are today. I have no idea I would still be locked up ...you know, because I had angry (never acted upon) thoughts
 
2012-12-31 06:26:35 PM  

I would have suspended her because she's walking around with guillotines attached to her ears.


i.dailymail.co.uk

 
2012-12-31 06:29:24 PM  
a1.ec-images.myspacecdn.com
 
2012-12-31 06:30:04 PM  
Thoughtcrime does not entail death. Thoughtcrime IS death.
 
2012-12-31 06:30:52 PM  
So much for encouraging kids to express themselves through writing.
 
2012-12-31 06:31:37 PM  

Familiar talent
shiat and piss and sex galore
The Aristocrats

 
2012-12-31 06:32:54 PM  
There's a school on Treasure Island?
 
2012-12-31 06:33:47 PM  

Oh, San Francisco...
Ban poetry to save lives?
That shiat is just gay.



/Burma Shave.
 
2012-12-31 06:35:32 PM  
Fully automatic assault poetry?
 
2012-12-31 06:36:15 PM  

Kevin72: Triger. Triger. Triger.


t1.gstatic.com

That's a funny sounding word.
 
2012-12-31 06:38:08 PM  
You know what would have prevented this? The media not farking lionizing every goddamned mass shooter in history, and treating them like the basic, unimpressive criminals they actually are.

Let them drop out of the non-local news after a couple days like all the other murderers, save for maybe a follow-up a few months later. Giving these asshats some sort of position apart from and above the other ten thousand murderers we get in a year is what they want, and also completely illogical. Obviously you're artificially inflating its appeal to teenagers.
 
2012-12-31 06:38:25 PM  
"Beware of people who read poetry in public. They may have other nasty habits." - R.A. Heinlein, from the Notes of Lazarus Long.
 
2012-12-31 06:38:58 PM  
Sounds good to me, I hate poetry.

www.toothpastefordinner.com

/Original here.
 
2012-12-31 06:41:56 PM  
I didnt RTFA...

did the poem inclode a

Jim_Callahan: You know what would have prevented this? The media not farking lionizing every goddamned mass shooter in history, and treating them like the basic, unimpressive criminals they actually are.

Let them drop out of the non-local news after a couple days like all the other murderers, save for maybe a follow-up a few months later. Giving these asshats some sort of position apart from and above the other ten thousand murderers we get in a year is what they want, and also completely illogical. Obviously you're artificially inflating its appeal to teenagers.


You sound like Morgan Freeman.

(and thats not a bad thing)
 
2012-12-31 06:42:15 PM  
My vagina itches like a vampire in sunlight.
People stare as I claw at it,
Bleeding into the gutter
Alone.
 
2012-12-31 06:42:32 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?


Showing empathy.
 
2012-12-31 06:42:39 PM  
Meh, it's the Daily Mail. If it's not made up then the facts have been stretched to the point that it might as well be.

Oh, I see they're claiming the NHS is poised to euthanize thousands of old people too. Funny how nobody else seems even slightly concerned about that...
 
2012-12-31 06:43:42 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.


you really might be the dumbest person on fark
 
2012-12-31 06:45:22 PM  

skinink: I would have suspended her because she's walking around with guillotines attached to her ears.
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x334]


first thing I thought of:
i.ebayimg.com
 
2012-12-31 06:46:19 PM  

giftedmadness: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.

you really might be the dumbest person on fark


Not worried as long as you're here.
 
2012-12-31 06:48:57 PM  
Honestly with a poem that shiatty she should've been suspended on general principle, regardless of the subject matter.
 
2012-12-31 06:50:33 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: giftedmadness: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Dogberry: At a high school for youth who have been "involved with the juvenile justice system, etc . . ."  yeah, imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.

you really might be the dumbest person on fark

Not worried as long as you're here.


Nina Hartley's ass:1
Gifted madness:1
 
2012-12-31 06:51:08 PM  
 
2012-12-31 06:53:47 PM  
Yeah, see, this is the basic problem I have with 'personal journals' in high school. They have no farking academic value and are inherently unduly intrusive. If the kids want to journal, let them journal, but this is basically the answer to wanting to spy on a student's thoughts without the technology to do it.

/Farkin' creepers.
 
2012-12-31 06:59:25 PM  
To feel poetry
 
2012-12-31 06:59:57 PM  

Oh Cliff,
Sometimes it must be difficult, not to feel as if
You really are a cliff!
When fascists keep trying to push you over it!
Are they the lemmings,
Or are you, Cliff?
Or ARE you Cliff?

 
2012-12-31 07:02:20 PM  
What have we here, laddie? Mysterious scribblings? A secret code? No! Poems, no less! Poems, everybody! The laddie reckons himself a poet!
 
2012-12-31 07:08:23 PM  
*sniff-sniff*

Smells like shat to me.

*)
 
2012-12-31 07:12:30 PM  
so if i call in a bomb threat but do it in (reaches back to high school ... what's it called... pentagraphic stanza? shiat, can't remember... pentambic meter? anyhoo...) then they will just forgive me? wah wah wah, if this biatch went on to kill a few dozen people and they didn't check up on her after she wrote "yeah i understand why people go on mass-murdering sprees" then people would wonder how we missed all the warning signs... express yourself, but jesus, try to do it with a bit of intelligence and tact...
 
2012-12-31 07:13:44 PM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

Triger?

Please.
 
2012-12-31 07:14:52 PM  
How about detention for poor grammar.

And for wearing toilet seats from her ears.
 
2012-12-31 07:17:13 PM  
I'm surprised by the contrast between the childishness of her writing and spelling and her obvious intelligence. The poem is daring and thoughtful. Well done, Courtni. Shame someone had to press the Independent Thought Alarm.
 
2012-12-31 07:19:18 PM  

had98c: So much for encouraging kids to express themselves through writing.



That's the beauty of Rap.
 
2012-12-31 07:26:56 PM  
Triger, not trigger. It's completely different.
 
2012-12-31 07:34:00 PM  
She attends Connecticut's Life Learning Academy in Treasure Island, San Francisco, California? I'm confused.
 
2012-12-31 07:36:01 PM  
We need to ban asshat school administrators.
 
2012-12-31 07:37:05 PM  

Suede head: I'm surprised by the contrast between the childishness of her writing and spelling and her obvious intelligence. The poem is daring and thoughtful. Well done, Courtni. Shame someone had to press the Independent Thought Alarm.



Attempting to understand the motive(s) of the perpetrator(s) would seem to be a key component if we hope to prevent the recurrence of such tragedies, yet it seems that in some cases, such reasoning is considered taboo - even sacrilege.

Such is the case for the Holocaust, 9-11, and apparently, Sandy Hook.

We are not to question "why", but are expected to simply accept that evil is evil for evil's sake.

Irrational, unscientific and most counterproductive.
 
2012-12-31 07:39:32 PM  

InternetSecurityGuard: Triger, not trigger. It's completely different.


imblog.aufeminin.com
 
2012-12-31 07:40:00 PM  

Dogberry: imagine the outcry if nothing had been done and something bad occurred.  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.


Exactly. Just like when you tell an off-color joke at the office and get sent to jail for a few days until we've done an investigation. No harm no foul.

Or are we only allowed to apply this standard of caution you propose to certain groups of people?
 
2012-12-31 07:44:02 PM  
It looks like your run-of-the-mill poem by a high school kid with a persecution complex. "I run but they still attack. My innocence I won't get back. I use (sic.) to smile. They mistook my kindness for weakness." I can laugh now, but I probably wrote embarrassing shiat like that in high school English class, minus the obvious spelling and grammar deficiencies.
 
2012-12-31 07:44:17 PM  

Suede head: I'm surprised by the contrast between the childishness of her writing and spelling and her obvious intelligence. The poem is daring and thoughtful. Well done, Courtni. Shame someone had to press the Independent Thought Alarm.


cdn.ksk.uproxx.com
 
2012-12-31 07:46:55 PM  
The end of the Beat Generation was when poetry died in San Francisco.
 
2012-12-31 07:58:21 PM  

Amos Quito: Suede head: I'm surprised by the contrast between the childishness of her writing and spelling and her obvious intelligence. The poem is daring and thoughtful. Well done, Courtni. Shame someone had to press the Independent Thought Alarm.


Attempting to understand the motive(s) of the perpetrator(s) would seem to be a key component if we hope to prevent the recurrence of such tragedies, yet it seems that in some cases, such reasoning is considered taboo - even sacrilege.

Such is the case for the Holocaust, 9-11, and apparently, Sandy Hook.

We are not to question "why", but are expected to simply accept that evil is evil for evil's sake.

Irrational, unscientific and most counterproductive.


The first person to use the term 'Sandy Hook denier' gets cock punched. You've been warned.

Poor kid. It's heart breaking when a young person learns just how stupid the folks 'in charge' are.
 
2012-12-31 08:02:20 PM  

MrEricSir: There's a school on Treasure Island?


You're from SF. Ever hear of Dan White? His wife was a teacher at T.I. Elementary. This school is new for me to hear about, and I've been a substitute at SFUSD since the 1900s.
 
2012-12-31 08:05:32 PM  

redsquid: Poor kid. It's heart breaking when a young person learns just how stupid the folks 'in charge' are.


It should be illegal to say that.
 
2012-12-31 08:14:07 PM  
That was better than most teenage poetry I've read.

Note that that was a "relative" statement.
 
2012-12-31 08:18:05 PM  
Oh, who gives a flying tit?

When I was a teenager, I routinely wrote dark and depressing wharrgarble in notebooks because the guidance counselor was nicer than my math teacher and better at explaining trigonometry. It became something of a game, to see how florid I could get the imagery, and I was by no means the only one who did it. My creative-writing teacher once laughed so hard over a fellow student's poem entitled 'Vampers of my Sole' that she broke a blood vessel and had to be hospitalized. It was about the 'author's boyfriend dumping her before prom in favor of another girl with a bigger rack and she'd really read more Anne Rice than anyone should've. (I was a teenager well before 'Twilight' and have only pity for high-school writing teachers since its' advent.)

The 'notebook-wharrgarble stage' is an accepted part of the teenage-girl metamorphosis and it is no more rare, special or remarkable than caterpillars building cocoons or tadpoles sprouting legs. In order to turn a child brain into an adult one, there's bound to be somewhat of a gooey phase. Teenage boys use socks, teenage girls use notebooks. It is quite similar. At least she wasn't clogging up the Internet with it.
 
2012-12-31 08:19:07 PM  
When poetry is outlawed only outlaws will have poetry.
 
2012-12-31 08:20:52 PM  

serpent_sky: dopekitty74: Teenagers write all sorts of lame things, draw all sorts of dark or suggestive drawings, and just generally are trying to express how they feel through artistic hobbies. Now we're going to take that away from them too?

I'm not an expert, but I'd think that taking away outlets - every dark thought is punishable, every "scary" drawing is wrong, as well as having less exercise and places for youthful energy may, just may, be why so many of these kids crack.

I remember when I was in 2nd grade or so, I drew the school with bombs placed all over to blow it up, with paths to rescue the few people I liked and get the classroom gerbils out.  My mom found it and asked me why, and I told her my friend and I did that earlier because some people were mean and we wanted to get them back. Something to that effect. I don't even remember what, if anything, happened, probably because I was eight years old and expressing being angry and upset in a child-like way.

And I'm starting to see the merits of not making these shooters into national names and telling the story over and over.  It's not as if we have any great insight on what makes these people snap (the guy from Colorado is actually alive and they seem to have nothing) but when it is in the public consciousness to such an extent, it will make its way into things like poems and the like.


too many people can't see how much impact TV, film & news has on the public psyche. after truman capote's 'in cold blood' went from book to cinema the crazy started to spiral. there are many people on the edge, just waiting for someone to light their match. within weeks of the couple speaking publicly about being taken and probed by aliens dozen or more other folks claimed pretty much the same.

people are easily led - not all, but many. denis leary made excellent examples of how important it is to have old school fun but not idiot proof toys on the market in his christmas special. culling the herd and weeding out the truly stupid is best for all, and it should be encouraged. the more the coddling continues the more morans we will have all around us. no thanks.
 
2012-12-31 08:25:38 PM  

traylor: When poetry is outlawed only outlaws will have poetry.

To poet

 
2012-12-31 08:30:13 PM  

serpent_sky: Brontes: Next they will take away math.  Math enables a shooter to count possible targets, count rounds of ammo, count guns, etc.  Math needs to go.

Republicans will be the first on board to get rid of math. It's on their enemies list.


Rapeublicans need math to know how many pedros you can hire for each union job destroyed
 
2012-12-31 08:32:07 PM  

skinink: I would have suspended her because she's walking around with guillotines attached to her ears.
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x334]


i.dailymail.co.uk

Guillotines?

islamiclearningmaterials.com

Those are no Guillotines.

She's a seekrit mooselimb!
 
2012-12-31 08:33:48 PM  
It amazes me how stupid the people are that we put in charge of teaching our children.
 
2012-12-31 08:36:50 PM  

Brick-House: It amazes me how stupid the people are that we put in charge of teaching our children.


Let's face it now, anyone who is smart would get a job with better pay.

You only get the people who WANT to teach. They are A:Crazy B: Stupid C:Child molesters.

/I've got a crazy cousin.
 
2012-12-31 08:44:46 PM  

fluffy2097: Brick-House: It amazes me how stupid the people are that we put in charge of teaching our children.

Let's face it now, anyone who is smart would get a job with better pay.

You only get the people who WANT to teach. They are A:Crazy B: Stupid C:Child molesters.

/I've got a crazy cousin.


D: Dedicated enough to put themselves between their kids and a crazy shooter.

C'mon man. It's a post Sandy Hook shooting thread. Show the teachers some love.
 
2012-12-31 08:48:46 PM  

Dogberry: tenpoundsofcheese: Dogberry:  I'm okay with over caution that results in a minimal suspension and a follow-up investigation.

suspension for doing what?

I'd imagine that the school staff is far more likely to be able to accurately assess this young lady's likelihood to cause mischief than you or I, and I feel confident assuming that there is much more to the story than is being reported.  As I see it, Courtni created what a responsible party thought was a potentially dangerous situation.  If the situation couldn't be reckoned with in a brief meeting as soon as the issue arose, then it's entirely appropriate to remove the student until any fears are either put to rest or substantiated.  Seems pretty straightforward to me.


I hope those responsible parties never get hold of the stuff I write and make any assessments about my likelihood to cause "mischief." Based on what you seem to think appropriate, I'd be spending the next six months in Atascadero under heavy sedation.
 
2012-12-31 08:53:04 PM  
taken out of school---NO!with that spelling she needs to go on saturdays also
PUT HER BACK IN AND MAKE HER PAY ATTENTION!!!
could be the pidture but it looks like a lot of white-out
 
2012-12-31 09:25:32 PM  
i471.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-31 10:11:00 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Pretty obvious, really. I'm sure the NRA will be happy to foot the bill if this girl is in need of some therapy.


Umm... dude she's um... differently colored. Unless by therapy you mean prison.
 
2012-12-31 10:45:09 PM  
Bed wetters will bed wet.

/never once seen a rich man or bank protect their shiat with signs and zero tolerance policies.
/its always "more guns, guards, and armor" for them.
/if we cared about protecting kids, putting the screws on their creativity is unlikely to work... Just saying.
 
2012-12-31 10:53:44 PM  
I started to get worked up, but the girl is black and I don't care anymore.

//summon magic negro
 
2012-12-31 11:00:19 PM  

1.bp.blogspot.com

You're all slow

 
2012-12-31 11:03:24 PM  
It's always good to see somebody doing the opposite of what they should.
 
2012-12-31 11:22:59 PM  
Also, I find it interesting that the generation who grew up railing against big brother has now become the generation of 'sit down, shut up, and don't question government intrusion into your private life'.

San Fran has gone from the Mecca of rebellion and counter-culture to the poster child for intrusive government involvement in the personal lives of it's citizens. The citadel of authoritarian asshats.


/Unless it involves the only two sacraments in the church of leftist ideology
//Sex and drugs
 
2012-12-31 11:39:18 PM  

illannoyin: Also, I find it interesting that the generation who grew up railing against big brother has now become the generation of 'sit down, shut up, and don't question government intrusion into your private life'.

San Fran has gone from the Mecca of rebellion and counter-culture to the poster child for intrusive government involvement in the personal lives of it's citizens. The citadel of authoritarian asshats.


/Unless it involves the only two sacraments in the church of leftist ideology
//Sex and drugs


Not so much a left or right thing. Its simply the result of shirking old values like taking responsibility for ones actions and standing up to defend your own community.
Ultimately they need someone to take care of them and the government steps in to be the authoritative, generous, and protective parent.

They'll abide by the authoritarianism until it tells them to straighten up their act and get a haircut.
 
2013-01-01 12:10:13 AM  
Grammaton Cleric Preston approves of this.

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2013-01-01 01:50:53 AM  

Pants full of macaroni!!: Oh Cliff,
Sometimes it must be difficult, not to feel as if
You really are a cliff!
When fascists keep trying to push you over it!
Are they the lemmings,
Or are you, Cliff?
Or ARE you Cliff?


Vyv: "Rik, shut up or I'll kill you." ...
 
2013-01-01 03:46:41 AM  
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2013-01-01 04:34:47 AM  
I'll just leave this here....Sniper
 
2013-01-01 05:39:20 AM  

illannoyin: San Fran has gone from the Mecca of rebellion and counter-culture to the poster child for intrusive government involvement in the personal lives of it's citizens. The citadel of authoritarian asshats.


Um... that's Berkeley sir, it's across the bay.
 
2013-01-01 12:51:55 PM  
Chick's put on som weight

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2013-01-01 02:19:36 PM  

illannoyin: Also, I find it interesting that the generation who grew up railing against big brother has now become the generation of 'sit down, shut up, and don't question government intrusion into your private life'.

San Fran has gone from the Mecca of rebellion and counter-culture to the poster child for intrusive government involvement in the personal lives of it's citizens. The citadel of authoritarian asshats.


/Unless it involves the only two sacraments in the church of leftist ideology
//Sex and drugs


You don't get it do you?

It's all about doing whatever you want that doesn't hurt others.

If it hurts anything, the hippies don't want you having it. Food, animals, the environment. etc.
 
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