How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Day of the Retards...

Today, as I browsed my newsfeeds, I noticed a theme: they were full of retards. I'm not talking just run of the mill stupid either, this is a full-out D-Day offensive of stupid.

For example, a tabloid steals a webmag's article and runs it as their own work. Their excuse? "Well, if it's on the internet it's up for grabs. You can't copyright anything on the internet."

Don't have the balls for Russian Roulette with an actual gun? That's okay, you can play the home version which administers a mild electric shock. Now, I like getting electric shocks, because I'm strange and have an electricity fetish. But most people find this an unpleasant experience. So lets take something unpleasant and make a game out of it, and set it up so only one in four players experiences the unpleasantness. I'll make my own version, "Dog-sodomy"- one in four players has to be sodomized by a mastif. Fun for all ages.

Meanwhile, though total yellow journalism, the NY Post points out a few of the stupid ass things that are being enforced in NYC. Shit like this: * Kim Phann and Bruce Rosado, fined for "loitering in front of a business" while taking a smoke break outside the Bronx barber shop where they work."

So yeah, the retards come marching in. All of you morons who feel the urge to think everything on the internet is free, or to climb into a crane-game machine, think twice before you get your stupid on me. I'll execute the stupid with extreme predjudice; I'll cap it like a Marine caps an Iraqi yo. Don't take no shit.
Please god someone start the nuclear exchange so I won't have to suffer the existance of these fucktards any longer.

Okay wait... it's not all bad. While the Feds purposefully apply laws for things they were never meant for, Citizens can do it too! That's right, President served with RICO compaint.

Plus... you can Poke the Penguin- but be careful.

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