Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Twat Fatigue

One thing I didn't miss when I stopped blogging was having to deal with twats, that and having pointless arguments that have no chance of changing anyone's mind and just take up space and leave you with a feeling that life is too short and there are more important things going on.

Currently, I'm dealing with one twat in a debate which has descended into me linking to silly pictures because quite frankly, that has equal value to two people bellowing at each other in a small room. The 'debate' has plumbed new depths of human depravity including using the Holocaust as a bargaining chip, wild generalisations about Europeans being to blame for everything (that and leftist polices) and me saying that the twat rapes ovens and sticks his pudgy cock into Pop Tarts.

I've tried pointing out that the thread is about the atrocity in Mumbai that claimed some 173 lives and left 308 injured and perhaps we should show some dignity and respect but alas, that was not to be, so instead we piss on our own trousers.

Then there is this racist twat, who is just running his mouth off like an attention grabbing special needs kid, because his dad never told him he loved him and maybe his mum fingered him or something like that. Either way, the person in question is a subhuman sack of ballbags.

And to top it off, everywhere I go in the blogosphere and even proper websites (check out this twat's list of ways to insult Bush around the world), I find much glee and support for the shoe throwing twat, as if that whatever Bush has done means that it's okay for someone, anyone, to assault him.

Where does the line get drawn? What if the shoe had been a brick? What if the brick was perhaps a bottle or a knife, what if the guy had a gun and got a shot off? Is that too much? When did it become too much, what would deserve being shot or bottled?

The point is, the act was wrong, best to draw the line there, rather than excusing fucking daft behaviour from adults who should know better.

I swear, some of ya'll need my foot in your ass to wake you up from your bullshit.

Peace.

5 comments:

  1. While understandable, violence is wrong. Violence only begets violence.

    In Iran, a judge sentenced a man to be blinded with acid for doing the same to a woman. Barbarism.

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  2. It seems popular to praise the journalist for the shoe throwing. I thought it was individualistic and martyrish. He could have just as well asked Bush a hard question instead.

    You don't argue with someone as FJ to change him. I have on my blog, a thread with 300 comments back and forth with him.

    There is no such animal in the US, as a mainstream conservative. Maybe Clint Eastwood.

    I think the Pakistan thread should be saved, so if you want to prove evidence, you can link to it.

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  3. your feet in our asses? I thought fisting was brutal, now feet?! u r gay! (never as an insult, but a mere stating of facts).

    We agree the shoe man should be prosecuted, by law and not Iraqi gang bang style which partly happened. I expect Bush to ask for mercy for the man, after all Bush is American and he has some sense of rule of law, albeit perhaps a broken one. However, we should have more sympathy for the man than you have shown, imagine being an Iraqi, your outrage can understandably get out of hand. What I want to say is at the moment we should be focusing on the safety and human rights of the shoe man, who was rightly outraged, and in such condition it is very understandable to make mistakes.

    The Saudi guy is less like the Iraqi, most saudis to my knowledge of the country, which I have visited. Are content with their backward state, and consider themselves representatives of true islam.

    Just a funny bit of information for your personal amusement. Until the early 1960s you were required a special permit from saudi religious authorities to ride a bicycle. Allegedly if you were lucky and got one, you were not allowed to carry food in it. They called it, and I kid you not, "The Devil's Horse". Sad but true as metallica said.

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  4. Ren: a hard question yes, make him squirm yes, embarrass him by exposing his terrible ideas yes, use violence and expect it to work. FAIL!

    As for the shit going off at yours, it is pointless, really, there is no exchange of ideas, just people shouting and repeating the same things again and again. It is dead.

    Mohamed: actually if you google foot in ass you get some extreme images. Top stuff!

    I'm all for the law and not violence meated out willy-nilly. Hence my feelings about the shoe throw.

    Saudi Arabia has many issues...

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