How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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More info than you want...

First off, for the fifth year running (hail Eris), the Earth seems to be orbitting in a "no-entropy zone", which means that our orbit hasn't slowed at all, compared to the one second a year loss we used to get. What do you know?

Meanwhile, in good news that matters, The Pentagon tells Halliburton to take a hike, but claims that it isn't because Halliburton is a corporate pimp who's tryin' to bitchslap us like the ho's it thinks we are. It's really just a logistics thing.

Now, while we're not fighting a declared war right now, I would like to remind you that just because you're enlistment is up doesn't mean you're going home. That's right, the stop-loss orders are being used again, because we don't have enough soldiers to fight a war against unidentified enemies in undefined regions over unclear motivations. Take that you terrorist scum.

And finally, public broadcasting has been sold out so to speak; Two republican supportors are now on the board of directors: one promotes censorship, one supported Newt when Newt said killing CPB was a good idea. Well, fuck; how am I going to watch Dr. Who reruns now? And old Python episodes? Oh wait... PBS stopped running anything charming or interesting a decade ago; now it's all fundraisers, all the time, because _no one supports public broadcasting_. Right, sorry, how could I get so confused?

Oh, one more thing, and this one is important. I've been turned on to the Voluntary Human Extinction movement. However, I think their methods are lacking. So I make this request- go kill yourself. Please. Before you do, try and get at least ten other people to do the same; then they can get ten other people to do the same, and so forth... why, before you know it, we'll have wiped out the human race and I can live in peace.
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