Everyone Is Racist But Me

Hi there, how’s it heeling?

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So, yet another Thursday rolls around. How’s your week going? Is it everything you wanted it to be? Any monkey wrenches thrown in the gears?

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Just when it seems things couldn’t get any worse, they do. Sucker.

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Eh, don’t worry pal, things will soon be looking up for both you and me.

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For example, every garden will look just like the guide books

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And the smoked meatz? Protein perfection

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How do I know this to be true? Let’s just say “I have a reliable source”

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Now, regarding obstructions, here’s some deep shit to ponder

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Deeper doodie

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Reeeaaalllllly deep doodie

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Aaaahhhhh … triple ply relief!

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106 Comments

  1. Defecation Blog

  2. Shit slider kind of freaks me out.

  3. I’m with Pups.

    CRAP!!!!!!!!

  4. Yo quero Taco Bell

  5. watts hapnin’ racist mf’r’s!!?!!

  6. mud slide!!!!

  7. Speaking of shit streaks, you know who we haven’t heard a lot from lately?

    Stormy Daniels or her porn lawyer. After a couple of months of nonstop coverage and seeing no effect on Trump’s numbers they’re on to the next thing (which, frankly, I’ve lost track of … what’s the new new scandal?)

  8. didn’t mare have a hat just like…

  9. Quiero to be precise

  10. After reading the late comments on millennial workers last night I’ll add my 2¢. Most of the millennials I deal with are med students. Most of them are heading into primary care specialties and only a few have the killer instinct we like to see in surgeons. In short, they’re snowflakes. Fast forward a couple of years and they’ve grown up a lot. The reality of managing patients has a maturing effect on nearly every one of them.

  11. I’m very tempted to shave my head. My hair has thinned considerably up front. No bald spot in the back, yet.

    It’s liberating. Might leave stubble out where the clippers stop until interviews are done, though. Some people still see shaved heads on white men and think Romper Stomer. Your scalp will also need some time to toughen up before it can handle a blade.

  12. I got all the jargon in my engineering econ course, Carin, but I don’t use it. It obscures when my intent is to inform.

    Can you inform those who possible doesn’t understand Intro to Finance? honestly it’s like I’m speaking another language now.

    ww

  13. Is it bad that I can’t tell if this is satire?

    https://tinyurl.com/ybcle8qn

  14. Fast forward a couple of years and they’ve grown up a lot. The reality of managing patients has a maturing effect on nearly every one of them.

    I would guess that would be the effect of experiencing *real life* and not the bubble that a lot of people grow up in .

    Hannah is really … questioning … whether to go into medicine, because those she knows in that track comes from a very rich and privileged background. not only do they not have to work, but apparently have all the money from mommy and daddy to dress to the 9s and drive nice cars, etc – while in college. Bubble people. She feels that they don’t have the added pressures of life that she does and that she won’t be able to compete.

  15. investopedia rocks. I used it a lot. lol

  16. I don’t know how anyone of modest means gets a start as a doctor anymore outside of military service.

  17. A lot of Catholic parishes will do collections for anyone in the congregation discerning priesthood. If you want to be a priest and you’re sure of it, you’re almost certainly going to get everything you need and free casseroles anytime you ask. Not “dressed to the 9s” but you’ll get where you (and God) want you to go.

    Maybe congregations should consider doing the same for someone who wants to be a GP and stay in the area. On the surface it wold have to look like a set of loans, but there’d be some pre-defined time period of local practice after which the debt would just be forgiven and absorbed into the parish or diocesan debt. Just an idea.

  18. I just think long -term it may not be the best thing if doctors only come from rich families. If this is the current trend, based on all the factors that are corrupting the educational system – it’s going to end badly.

  19. Agreed. Too much could go wrong in that scenario, and we’ll miss out on a lot of potential talent for want of means.

  20. Let’s remember where Ben Carson came from. And what he has done.

  21. Must read for today, and on topic:

    https://quillette.com/2018/06/05/portland-bakery-white-guilt-poisons-batter/

  22. If that’s her passion she needs to follow through on it. I was fortunate enough to go to a state med school which really helped keep the tuition low. At the same time I was in the ARNG in a special program for medical professionals. It was pretty lax but anyone who drank the bug juice knew that if the SHTF they owned your ass.

  23. Very few in my class were so called “elites”. The class ahead of mine had a big clique of Ivy leaguers and they were a parody unto themselves. And unless they went into the right specialty they’re looking under the couch cushions for loose change like everyone else now.

  24. Worst post ever.

  25. I don’t want to point out that when you went to school was … how long ago? That would be rude.

  26. MJ did you read the article I posted? Because if not STFU.

  27. It’s about your FIL’s people.

  28. Let’s remember where Ben Carson came from. And what he has done.

    I don’t want to point out that when you went to school was … how long ago? That would be rude.

    I thought of Ben Carson while I was writing my earlier comments. I don’t know if a young Ben could pull that same thing off today. Tuition and costs have gone absolutely bonkers since student loans became the exclusive province of the federal government.

    Funny, that.

  29. I think Ben Carson only has about three synapses a day.

  30. I bet the shit slider kid’s mom is a fucking Liberal/Libbber.

  31. I don’t even know where to start on this one. His “true” self is on that requires heavy makeup and wigs, and etc.

    https://www.oregonlive.com/expo/erry-2018/06/9f6c72c7a5574/transgender_county_commissione.html

    I think I’ve had enough internet for today.

  32. There were a few people of questionable gender at the tough mudder. And by that, I mean men who were pretending to be women. Let’s just say … they don’t “pass” very well. Like that commissioner.

    What I find really offensive about this shit, is that they seem perfectly happy with the narrative that hair and nails and makeup is basically what it takes to be a “woman.”

    As someone who barely does her hair, never gets her nails done, and has only a passing relationship with makeup … it’s sort of insulting.

  33. 87-91

    Roughly 7k/year tuition plus books, etc for school. Then you had to pay your living expenses and your dealer

  34. I’m reading Carin’s article.

    These people are basically begging to be segregated again. They are going to fuel racism in people who would otherwise never have had a racist thought in their heads. Who in their right mind would want to live near, employ, or interact with Portland’s black community if the risk is that even the tiniest perceived slight could destroy their lives or get them killed by a mob?

  35. It’s funny because these ELITIST progs have no idea how the working class functions. If you enter my restaurant at closing time, I don’t care how many people you see at tables eating. We stop taking food orders at X. Period. Are there people in the kitchen still cooking? YES. If we’d been on a wait, would we have sat those people first before closing? YES. but we wouldn’t let anyone else join the line. ANd the doors are unlocked because once you lock those types of doors, people can no longer EXIT.

    I had some lady yell at me a few weeks back because our doors were still unlocked but we were closed. @@

  36. And Bill needed a good punch in the face from someone who cared.

  37. MJ did you read the article I posted? Because if not STFU.
    ——————–
    Which article?

  38. Just read it.

    Feed a beast and it might eat you next. Sorry not sorry.

  39. These people are basically begging to be segregated again. They are going to fuel racism in people who would otherwise never have had a racist thought in their heads. Who in their right mind would want to live near, employ, or interact with Portland’s black community if the risk is that even the tiniest perceived slight could destroy their lives or get them killed by a mob?

    Portland was where Trader Joe’s was planning to open a store in a black neighborhood, and the Black activists tried to gin up protests until TJ paid them off. TJ instead just cancelled the store… which pissed off local residents because they had been looking forward to applying for good jobs there. The best part was that TJ announced their cancellation less than an hour before the activists were scheduled to hold a big press conference, and hence made the latter look like fools.

  40. My question(s) is do you think we are becoming more civilized as a society or less? Or are we the same amount of civilized as always and the advent of modern media just increases our exposure?

  41. ARGH. Just realized I forgot my meds this morning.

    A month and change, I was doing so well with it…

    Frak me.

  42. In Neal Stephenson’s Diamond Age, pretty much anyone with any money at all lived in an ethnically- or at least culturally-exclusive “clade”, the descendant institutions of his gated communities from Snow Crash like “Mr. Lee’s Greater Hong Kong”.

    Every year that passes, it looks more and more like prophecy.

  43. The uncivilized shit was always there, but it couldn’t link up. Now it all clumps together and amplifies itself.

    Media feeds the rot. Hell, it encourages it.

  44. Cavil hit the nail on the head. Social media mobbery is the new phenomenon here. Organizing a lynch mob has never been easier, and the left controls those networks, so we’re yet to see vigilantism take the same tack. I have no doubt it will eventually find a way.

  45. Having the Internet go down for a year might be the best possible thing for America.

  46. Just social media, please, the rest of it now constitutes critical infrastructure. If an enemy did what you suggest, we’d be rightly justified in considering an act of war to be responded to with lethal force.

  47. HotBride is currently undergoing a balloon sinuplasty procedure. The doctor won’t let me watch, so I’m sitting in their waiting room.

  48. And social media is a fucking cesspool.

  49. It’s madness that it is. It’s too vulnerable, too dependent on conditions, completely compromised by a hundred questionable actors…I just assume that once TSHTF the Internet will be one of the very first things gone. It’s a hothouse flower. Which is insane considering what it was intended to be! Everyone who has worked with it in the last 25 years has assumed the good times would just roll on. Contingency planning? What’s that?

    Do NOT get me started about the logistical abomination that is “just-in-time”…

  50. ” Organizing a lynch mob has never been easier”
    ==========

    and with little to no risk for the participants.

  51. I’m sure the electrical grid and the phone system were just as messy when they got rolling, and are just as fragile in some ways today, but that doesn’t change their value as infrastructure. They are as vital as the highway system.

    Men in work boots and cargo pants should be working every day to make all of those systems tougher. That’s some shovel-ready shit right there.

  52. I thought the early internet was supposed to be a back up system if society broke down. Was it (serious question)? Darpanet or something like that?

    Just in time inventory practices mean 72 hours to anarchy or something like that from what I’ve read

  53. It was originally meant as a distributed communications network. If one node went, you could still communicate elsewhere as it rerouted.

    Compare to the current day, where if Amazon or Google go down…

  54. The uncivilized shit was always there, but it couldn’t link up. Now it all clumps together and amplifies itself.

    Media feeds the rot. Hell, it encourages it.

    It’s funny, because progressives, you appear to be gaining traction, live in a world completely devoid of actual experience. I suppose that’s why it’s birth is the college campus. If you just read all their shit, and shut everything out, it can start to make sense.

    I dunno. It’s really like people just can’t think for themselves. SHeep. There isn’t a divergent thought. Bending over backwards to appease.

  55. Given all the conditions we face, the worst of them is the reality that there is a different set of rules / laws depending on your social & economic status. Couple this with the already acknowledged ease to coordinate behavior, will any be surprised when vigilante’s start to appear? And, would it be wrong or a natural response?

  56. The entire point behind law enforcement isn’t to protect the public, it’s to keep the public from trying to do the job itself…with all that entails.

    When nobody trusts “the law”…the official version…they create their own.

    And enforce it.

    And things get ugly.

  57. As someone who barely does her hair, never gets her nails done, and has only a passing relationship with makeup … it’s sort of insulting.

    https://is.gd/HNYuXH

  58. Grand Ave and Lafayette?

    Isn’t that near SLU? It’s been close to 20 years but that address sounds awfully familiar.

    Yes, thereabouts. My in-laws moved out of the city 30+ years ago.

  59. She feels that they don’t have the added pressures of life that she does and that she won’t be able to compete…..

    It’s funny because these ELITIST progs have no idea how the working class functions.

    Your daughter does and that is why she would be a better doctor. What doesn’t kill her…the added pressures of life…will make her even moar better.

  60. s someone who barely does her hair, never gets her nails done, and has only a passing relationship with makeup … it’s sort of insulting.

    https://is.gd/HNYuXH

    No one’s got TIME for that girly stuff. I’ve always been very wash and wear. Long nails prohibit all sorts of stuff, and my hair is usually messy, or about to get messy. And makeup? Honestly, I barely know how to apply it.

  61. almost to peru!

  62. What I find really offensive about this shit, is that they seem perfectly happy with the narrative that hair and nails and makeup is basically what it takes to be a “woman.”

    Ditto. I don’t muss with my hair, do not makeup on a regular basis, and only file my nails after trimming them back. Creepy f*ckers they are.

    Btw, have you seen that because of all the hormones they take, some now claim to have periods? I was confused reading through some long twitter feed of this b.s.. Having a mood swing is a period to them.

  63. @@.

    Mental illness. I just can’t even get started on the bullshit they spew.

  64. Ok, got some more plants. I have to go put them in the ground.

  65. Carin is more authentically feminine than a lot of women I know, and no deluded man on the planet should be lumped into the same category as her, no matter how much makeup, surgery, or hair products are involved.

  66. Electrical grid is still probably very fragile. They don’t want to spend the money to harden it against attack. EMP is the biggest vulnerability, but I remember attacks on substations a few years ago. Somebody shot a couple of transformers and shut down a large power grid. They had “just enough” spares to get going fairly quickly, but if more had been damaged it would have been a much longer outage. Hell, out here where I am, you could knock down a transmission line in a remote area that would take a long time to fix.

  67. From the NY Post

    “A CrossFit executive got excommunicated from the sport on Wednesday after posting a series of tweets blasting the LGBT community as “sinners.””

    “excommunicated” It’s a cult.

  68. https://www.10tv.com/article/squirrel-interference-knocks-out-power-west-columbus

    Happens a lot.

    Fuckin squirrels.

  69. Mental illness. Obviously. Yet society (or at least the part that controls the media and thinks they’re better than everyone else) is telling me I shouldnt call it what it is and to play along with the insanity. And if I’m not willing to do so, I’m a bad human. Yeah, that’s going to work out well. Humans are always open to ignoring truth in front of their eyes and don’t respond to nonsense in a negative manner……

  70. “A CrossFit executive got excommunicated from the sport on Wednesday after posting a series of tweets blasting the LGBT community as “sinners.””

    “excommunicated” It’s a cult.

    It’s not every day that you get labeled a heretic for speaking truth.
    Badge of honor.

  71. From Car in’s first link:

    “The one silver lining she (the person that was fired to appease the mob because she white) does see is that most Portlanders don’t tolerate discrimination. ”

    o_O

  72. Today’s WOD is the Martin Luther.

  73. In the future, they’ll have WODs named for Anglican Lesbian Bishops.

    The SJW takeover of crossfit has begun.

  74. Pretty soon there will be Red State Crossfit factions and Blue State Crossfit factions

  75. Every crossfitter I know is conservative.

  76. Which is probably why the exec thought it was ok to tweet whatever he did. Bad call – why draw attention?

  77. I mean, what happens at crossfit, stays at crossfit.

    After we tell everyone about the WOD and how we did, of course. And post a few sweat angels and shit to facebook.

  78. arin is more authentically feminine than a lot of women I know, and no deluded man

    THANK you. And anyone who disagrees can suck my dick.

  79. Yeah, Paula describes her class as composed of cops, firefighters, EMTs and just about every branch of military, either working at the Air Guard base or on TDY in the area.

  80. THANK you. And anyone who disagrees can suck my dick.

    See? Muy femenina.

  81. “Paula describes her class as composed of cops, firefighters, EMTs and just about every branch of military, either working at the Air Guard base or on TDY in the area.”
    ========

    No wonder she goes so frequently……..

  82. Nightmare of Nightmares. Im being told I have to go to walmart tonight. The horror……..The horror……

  83. we made it to Indiana ok, thanks for your concern

  84. I thought you were stopping by Jay

    https://tinyurl.com/y7fto45v

  85. i followed a truck with maine plates. do you know him?

  86. If it smelled like fish there’s a chance

  87. Ewww.

  88. Where are you headed?

  89. went to my nephews graduation in Indiana

  90. I can see Indiana from my house.

    *waves*

  91. Here’s Canadas crack NAFTA negotiating team:

    https://tinyurl.com/yceeosnw

    Look at the first comments.
    These dolts are going up against Mnuchin, Ross, Navarro, and co…

  92. Tomorrow, I get to go to the Doc, again, and he’s gonna cut my left cheek open to remove a big sebaceous cyst.
    I’m starting to look like Senator McCain and figured I should fix that.
    I had to shave my beard off for the first time since ’93.

    Who’s that ugly old man in the mirror???
    Pretty damn strange…

  93. Prayers, ChrisP. Cysts can be painful.

  94. Thanks,
    Oso…

  95. Celebrate Recovery is starting to grow on me. Probably because the “worship musician” who was there last time was absent.

    But then I prefer the old Catholic hymns from when I was growing up, so it may be a case of “get off my lawn”.

  96. Comment by ChrisP on June 7, 2018 9:58 pm
    Here’s Canadas crack NAFTA negotiating team:

    The one in the back with the frosted hair is just doing this until his band gets their big break. Next to him is the kid who really wishes he’s gone to grad school instead of interning for a year. Metrosexual swiping his phone will spend most of the trip browsing Tinder and will probably catch some VD. The girl on the left is secretly hated by everyone because she’s a backstabbing scrunt, but she’ll have a meltdown in the bathroom when she realizes that her boyfriend back home is cheating on her. Purple is going to hit the hotel bar every night and try to lure some drunken aide back up to her room.

  97. Comment by leoncaruthers on June 7, 2018 9:37 pm
    I can see Indiana from my house.

    You can solve that problem if you plant enough trees.

  98. Good luck, ChrisP. Penelope wanted me to shave my beard for years. I finally did. She took one look and said I should grow it back……..

  99. Went to Kennebunkport today with some family. We parked by an ocean overlook and looked across the water at HW’s residence. Honestly did not know what I was looking at until Dad said, “Isn’t that a Texas flag?”

    We just happened to stumble upon the spot, weren’t looking for it. Pretty spiffy yet low key. Very Maine.

  100. There were three flags; Texas, USA, and Maine.

  101. We got ripped off on a lobster lunch because my sister believes what she reads on the internet about ‘best’ meals. Next trip is my turn to plan.

  102. Dan shaved his head. Has dermatologist appt on Wednesday. Claims it makes it easier to check for skin cancers. I really H8 bald Dan. He has an ugly red mole skull.

  103. I can see Indiana from my backyard too. Oh, wait! It IS in Indiana!

  104. Comment by tomswifty on June 8, 2018 12:36 am
    I can see Indiana from my backyard too. Oh, wait! It IS in Indiana!

    You can solve that problem if you plant enough trees.

  105. New York, New York, 42nd Street
    Hustlers rustle and pimps pimp the beat
    Monty Derp is recognized at dawn
    He ain’t got no shoes and his clothes are torn


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