The Stupidest Things on the Internet

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  • https://www.returntoorder.org/

    These are the folks who petitioned Netflix to cancel Good Omens.

  • I see they went with the 90's fast food restaurant method of sizing... there is no small or medium. :-)

    Huh. You know, "appearance of length" is an interesting phrase.

    ....and a few of the after photos do not look healthy. Yikes.

  • Libertarian argument for eliminating public school.

    https://flvoters.com/school.html

  • @Clme said:
    I see they went with the 90's fast food restaurant method of sizing... there is no small or medium. :-)

    Huh. You know, "appearance of length" is an interesting phrase.

    ....and a few of the after photos do not look healthy. Yikes.

    I think that thing, the sleeve, they insert. I bet it shows through. Man no thanks.

    Unless I had a micropenis then I'd probably do whatever so I could penetrate that crevice.

  • I feel like the hard-core libertarians don't know how public services work.

  • i too would prefer going back to education being the exclusive purview of the rich

  • edited August 2019

    Proof: Chemtrails Being Used to Chemically Infect Men with Homosexuality

    This might be a satire site.... but this is a genuine conspiracy theory that people actually believe.

  • I couldn't see all that editorial, but wow that opening few paragraphs seemed like a libertarian wet dream. "Oh no they want cities to update infrastructure!"

  • I can't say I've ever struggled with internet porn.

  • If you have to struggle with your internet porn, then you're doing it wrong... :wink:

  • Its like my grandfather's Facepunch timeline all condensed into a single webpage. They even nailed the George Soros conspiracies!

    Wait... now that i read some of the articles, there isn't quite enough blaming of Hillary, and nowhere near enough pictures of Trump looking smug. Its a pretty good facsimile though.

  • Ah yes. One million moms... also known as 10,000 moms each thinking they're 100x more important than they are.

  • As I was scanning the Unz site, this headline caught my eye because of the above reference to One Million Moms: One Million Moms Put In Their Place by Capital. I'm left with the feeling that times are getting increasingly interesting.

    (Remember, Ron Unz doesn't much, or any, editorial control over his contributors. He tries to collect a variety of non-mainstream opinions. The site doesn't have any particular editorial viewpoint.)

  • Yeah, what's always impressed me about that site is the broad range of viewpoints it presents. I'll just click that link and...

    ...[Hallmark] is an atomized corporate version of a phenomenon Henry Ford describes in The International Jew, where Americans sick of Jewish Broadway’s depravity would...

    Genuinely wondering if Bill posts these links in hopes that the rest of us will click them and wind up on some kind of list?

  • edited December 2019

    It does have a wide variety of viewpoints, I just tend to ignore the leftists (for example, Ted Rall).

    Note well: I didn't link the above opinion piece because I agree with it. I linked it because it's an example of the kind of thought I've seen bubbling under more and more recently. People are getting increasingly radicalized.

    I've been called a fascist by persons who wouldn't recognized a fascist if one pogoed up and gave a Roman salute. Trump has been called "literally Hitler" when he is nothing like Hitler.

    Now, consider the article I linked. A relatively skilled writer implies that he is against capitalism. He is for blaming many contemporary problems on Jews. He implies that he is against cosmopolitanism and for traditional gender roles, small town life, and a mono-racial society. He clearly despises homosexuals.

    This might not be capital "N" Nazism, but it is at least small "n" nazism. While he probably isn't ready for pogroms and mass murder, the man is a national socialist who is using racism to create a common enemy to organize against. This is classic stuff.

  • edited December 2019

    I don't follow. It's an alt-right/white nationalist website, but you're surprised to see alt-right/white nationalist sentiment bubbling up there?

    (honestly, not trolling or anything. But to us normals, this reads like the guy who's been coming to the forum for 15 years to post links about knitting, suddenly saying "hey check out this link, I'm not sure why but the author is pretty interested in knitting")

  • edited December 2019

    @Bill said:
    Trump has been called "literally Hitler" when he is nothing like Hitler.

    Hitler was far more intelligent and had an agenda beyond his own self-interests.

  • Yet another entry in the history of using statistics to prove anything...

  • Just wait til you hear about the 10-year increase in deaths while playing Pokemon Go.

  • @fenomas said:
    Just wait til you hear about the 10-year increase in deaths while playing Pokemon Go.

    Given all the people who fall off cliffs or walk into traffic, blindly following their phones; there might actually be a causal relationship there.

  • I mean, there could be a casual relationship with pot as well. But the increase in deaths while playing Pokemon Go compared to ten years ago, one suspects is probably not related to that causality....

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