The Common Sense and the Road to Tyranny

The Common Sense and the Road to Tyranny

Once he took the photograph, Malcolm W. Browne rushed to get the image to the Associated Press. When it arrived 15 hours later, it was broadcast to the world. The reaction to the photo was dramatic, with U.S President John F. Kennedy later saying, “no news picture in history has generated so much emotion as that one.” Humanity, having a common sense of what is unjust, tragic, heroic, terrifying, and angering, felt the same reactive attitudes of indignation, profound sadness, compassion, horror, and rage, toward the same respective objects — the oppression in Vietnam, the cause of the monks, and Thích himself. Continue reading The Common Sense and the Road to Tyranny

Middle-Aged Aristocrat Brat

Middle-Aged Aristocrat Brat

Anyway, the more I charge into this life and come up against gluttonous and arrogant foul-breathed lard faces, the more I am inclined to spank such vicious fattys. Any readers who want in on this, just say “don’t leave me out of it,” or “please, tell me how it goes,” for I’ll be doing it free of charge wherever I am because I can always get the bacon I need to keep spanking swine. So if you need me, ill be cooking pork over a dumpster fire by the nation’s capitol, because this honorable man of homeless conviction burns the shit he finds on the internet to cook his favorite kind of luxury food: puttering, pretentious porcine-pretend-punk. Something which, dear lord, readers, doesn’t it taste so fucking good? Continue reading Middle-Aged Aristocrat Brat