There isn’t enough time in the day for winning and whining.
A lot of people want to debate a lot of topics these days.
What they don’t realize is that by selecting certain topics, they’re telling on themselves as the losers they are.
The people I know are busy trying to do better than they already are.
They’re trying to be a better person today than they were yesterday.
Other people are consistently whining and complaining about things they know they’re never going to do anything about.
I suppose they get kicks or some kind of emotional gratification from people feeling sorry for them.
Maybe they’re mistaking their bitching and moaning for actual progress.
Dunning-Kruger informs us that there are people who aren’t smart enough to realize that they’re dumb.
Now that the gatekeepers are gone, these idiots are free to tell us what they think because THEY THINK that what they think is intelligent.
Meanwhile, they take major leaps in logic and skip over anything that makes what they’re saying impossible, thus crafting a perfect scenario except for the 4 or 5 impossible things they didn’t want to discuss. Continue reading “If You’re Thinking About This, You’re A Loser. [Loser Society]”
Reader “Justin” asked me what I thought about Net Neutrality the other day, and my response was basically “Not Much”.
His question and the ensuing conversation reminded me of a broader topic, which is “What about the proletariat?”:
The proletariat (from Latin proletarius, a citizen of the lowest class) is a term used to identify a lower social class; a member of such a class is proletarian. Originally it was identified as those people who had no wealth other than their children.
Continue reading “What About The Proletariat? [Time, Part 11]”
One of the reasons why Political Correctness (PC) doesn’t work is that it doesn’t stop anybody from thinking what they’re thinking. It only stops people from SAYING what they’re thinking. Continue reading “Judgement (Political Correctness)”
I met this gal a couple of weeks ago who told me she could hear what other people think.
I don’t know enough about life to say that this is impossible, but I can say in her “defense” that *I* can feel what other people are feeling, which is one of the things that makes The Kid so effective with the ladies, heh heh 😀 so actually hearing things people aren’t saying isn’t so far off from detecting emotions from people that aren’t telling you how they’re feeling.
However, for the purpose of this article, let’s assume that’s an actual talent that your girlfriend had… HOW. MUCH. WOULD. THAT. *SUUUUUUUUCK*??? 😀 Continue reading “What if she could hear what you’re thinking?”