Pox on Your House

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The interesting thing about Monkey pox is, GENERALLY speaking it’s easy to avoid.

Repeat after me – Viral Zoonosis: transmission to humans from animals.

Don’t be a bathhouse denizen.

Don’t eat raw monkeys.

Don’t let an infected monkey scratch or bite you.

Keeping monkeys as pets is generally stupid (in my opinion)… sorry if i offended one of you monkey fuckers.

Turning the tables on zoonosis with this racist contagion.

113 Comments

  1. Comment by Fhelasew on June 2, 2022 2:18 am

    RE “mass formation”

    The official framing of this “phenomenon” is misleading and wrong. The false hope-addicted psychologists and their acolytes want you to believe this is “just some temporary occasional” madness by the masses that has been going on for a couple of centuries when it is but a spike of a CHRONIC madness going on for aeons with “civilized” people — https://www.rolf-hefti.com/covid-19-coronavirus.html

    One of these mainstream psychologists who have been spreading this whitewashed reality, Dr. Desmet, also fails to see that the PLANNED Covid Psyop is a TOTALLY deliberate ploy because he doesn’t think (after more than 1 year, even 2 years, into this total PLANNED scam!) it’s ALL intentionally sinister as he stated in a prior podcast (this makes him witting or unwitting controlled opposition).

    In the May of 2022 podcast with James Corbett he stated that “some people tend to overestimate the degree of planning and intentions” (behind the COUNTLESS, VERIFIABLE, FULLY INTENTIONAL, FULLY PLANNED atrocities by the ruling tribe of psychopaths over the last century alone) and see all of it as being planned which Desmet called “an extreme position” … Sound logical thinking is “extreme” and therefore false and sick in his demented delusional view!!!

    In his overpriced misleading whitewashing book the psychology of totalitarianism he too states that “There are countless … examples that seem to point in the direction of a plan being implemented, such as the fact that the definition of ‘pandemic’ was adjusted shortly before the coronavirus crisis; that the definition of ‘herd immunity’ was changed during the crisis, implying that only vaccines can achieve it … [he continuous with several other obvious facts of a planned event, especially discerned through the totality of all these facts].” “SEEM to point in the direction of a plan”??? No! They most evidently, clearly, and irrefutably DO demonstrate and prove it’s a PlanDemic! A big scam. An Entirely Planned Holocaust against the non-ruling herd of people (see cited link above). A coherent 12-year old kid can figure that out. It’s clearly shows Desmet’s own complete lunacy.

    With his false use of language he obscures or hides the true reality instead of directly and uncompromising exposing it — aiding the obfuscation of the vital reality of what the ruling authorities really are. He does the same thing when he speaks of ‘the elite’ (as he does in a number of podcasts) when, in reality, they are THE SCUM OF HUMANS because they are REALITY-VERIFIED PSYCHOPATHS (see referenced source above).

    This all means Desmet is ALSO a member of the masses of lunatics, an ACTIVE CARD-CARRYING MEMBER of mass formation!!! When, if at all, will he wake up from his state of mass psychosis? When, if at all, will he face the TRUE and FULL reality instead of hiding behind fantasies such as his whitewashed “reality”?

    It shows we live in a global mental asylum with criminal and/or delusional mainstream psychologists, scientists, and docs as the guards, “teachers” and “therapists” … The blind/criminal/mad leading the blind/criminal/mad; the blind/criminal/mad adhere to the blind/criminal/mad = the human madhouse.

    Worst of all, perhaps, the mass formation/mass psychosis notion frames the problem as the public being a mere unaccountable non-culpable victim in this phenomenon (the gist of the circular argument is: the masses should change their thinking but they got brainwashed so they’re victims). Nothing could be further from the truth (see referenced source above).

    Desmet is right in that truth-activists must fight against mass formation psychosis (human madness). That also means exposing HIS deeply destructive mad part of it. This comment serves, in part, that objective.
    ———–
    And then what happened?

  2. Just yanking your chain Fhelasewing. That was an extremely long first comment but obviously one you took the time to construct on a topic I know just a little about.

    Feel free to come back and expand on it any time or one of our myriad other topics like keto, gardening, clock packing, your mom or the number of bull whips packed into your ass RIGHT NOW!

    The same goes for any lurkers. We’re a fun group of highly intelligent and dysfunctional monkeyfuckers who love good discourse. Please join us as we discuss both the extraordinary and mundane events of the day.

  3. Who u calling a dysfunctional monkey fucker… my monkey is fully functional.

  4. wakey wakey

  5. Thermite – I forgot to answer your ? From a few days ago — answer , I don’t reload for 300 yet.
    I’m going to have to because the first build shoot like shit.
    I don’t know about the second one. I wasn’t able to get to the range t’other day.

  6. For leon –
    9mm AR’s are a thing.
    The AR platform is highly configurable , that s one of the reasons why it’s so popular.
    The main 4 flavors are:
    .22
    9mm
    .223 (and variants)
    .308/7.62

  7. I’m planning on putting together a 9mm version soon.

  8. Just because.

  9. A fully semi-automatic 9mm AR-47 is almost certainly an assault rifle.

    And yeah, I checked after I said it but didn’t come back to correct myself. I guess that would make it a carbine since it shoots a pistol round?

  10. Relevantly, we caught a raccoon in the trap and we have no pond here. Hope my aim is good.

  11. My rifle is 9mm. It’s for simplicity.

    If I have to start blasting away it won’t matter if the round is small.

  12. I do have my eye on a 45 tommy gun, though. For fun.

  13. Having worked in a hospital for the first nearly two years of covid hysteria, I can assure you Fhelasew, a group of dickhead administrators making shit up as they go along looks damn identical to a malevolent/ fucktarded ‘plan.’

  14. I think the mass formation just works well with what the game masters have planned for us.

  15. The whole pride celebration thing got me thinking.

    It used to be shameful to be gay and they wanted to reclaim that by making it prideful. I get that. I don’t agree with it, but I understand it.

    But then the other alphabet people glommed on. And it’s really just a celebration of being prideful of who you want to have sex with. It’s not who you are, it’s what you enjoy sexually.

    So there are lesbians who enjoy other women a little and then turn into John Goodman for the rest of their lives.

    There are gay men who enjoy sex with men. You’ll notice there are very few of them over 50, which is sad. I wouldn’t be proud of that.

    There are bi people who just want to have sex with whomever is up for it. The true sluts of the group, which is really saying something.

    There are transpeople who don’t really exist because they magically turn into whatever biological sex they think they are, and are either straight or gay. Most are boring straight people.

    There are questioning people, which are confused, post groomed teens who aren’t sure what type of sex they’re willing to be coerced into. They sense something wrong going on, so they’re questioning, but don’t have the ability to fight off John Goodman.

    There are the intersex people who are really just gay or straight with a very rare genetic disorder. I’m not sure why they belong because they disprove the theory that gender is a social construct. I doubt they have long before someone kicks them off the flag.

    Lastly, there are the As. They don’t want to have sex with anyone, which makes it very strange for them to be included in a group of people celebrating their sexual preferences.

    And very lastly, there are the plus people. I guess this is so everyone is included. Even if you like boring missionary sex while watching Lifetime movies, you’re in the club.

    Why would you be proud of all of this? It makes no sense.

  16. People used to be proud of their accomplishments. THen they started giving everyone participation trophies. Now people are proud of what turns them on or their “feelings”.

    Weird thing to be proud of.

    People should be proud of who they are (assuming you’re not a scummy pos). But to be “proud” of that ONE aspect of yourself is weird. Unless that’s all you are. GAY/BI/TRANS person. They give their entire personality over to their sexuality.

    Kinda sad.

  17. I totally get the original intent. Be proud of yourself for who you are.

    But as you say, distilling it down to one thing to be proud of is totally weird.

    Imagine being a totally normal gay man and having to answer for the people in dog costumes humping in public.

    Ok I got one…you go to a work conference. Buncha accountants getting together to share knowledge and what not but one of the booths is accountants dressed in bondage putting slide rulers in their butts. How would you feel about that?

  18. Why would you be proud of all of this? It makes no sense.

    The “pride” part of it is to normalize the deviancy, to ensure that no one is permitted to disagree or even discourage participation, which provides access to a broader range of potential partners/victims.

    And since they’ve made it effectively just another commie voting bloc, more raw numbers increases their clout and thus the special set-asides, sinecures, and other privileges that can be wrangled by the ‘leaders’. They saw Jesse Jackson’s grift and stole it for perverts of every stripe.

    Also Satan. In that even if you don’t believe in God, the Church(es) that do aren’t down with sodomy, so you can use your political clout to attack your perceived enemy, who just hates you for ‘loving people’ after all.

  19. You know I just tried to think of like 50 examples and they involved putting something in your butt.

    I think I’ve finally figured it out. It’s a butt thing.

  20. They saw Jesse Jackson’s grift and stole it for perverts of every stripe.
    ——————–
    This is the best sentence I’ve read on this POS blog in like 10 years. Kudos.

  21. The group think in the LGBTRGDGGFF+ group is a great example of mass formation.

  22. Oh I’m sure there have been better sentences, but thanks.

    Mrs wanted to wait until Possum was at school to deal with the raccoon, so it’s still sitting in the trap.

  23. Carbine is barrel length of 16”.
    Not dependent on caliber.

  24. Is there a term for pride absent dignity?

  25. Vainglory, iirc.

  26. well leon, I hope killing a raccoon goes better for you than killing possums

  27. I only had that issue once, Jay. The rest have been certain things.

    Shot it in the trap, gave it a final head tap to be certain after the twitching slowed substantially. I should buy another brick of .22 and look for a backup. Grandpa’s revolver is pushing 80 itself.

  28. But as you say, distilling it down to one thing to be proud of is totally weird.

    Again- I don’t believe in this stuff- but I CAN TOTALLY UNDERSTAND how some folks believe that demons inhabit large numbers of people in society and through popular culture they constantly seek to debase us and cause us to obsess over and elevate filth, while suppressing or mocking all that is beautiful and healthy and good.

    And that these satanic beings multiply and pass from person to person as easily as a thought or malign ideology being shared.

    “Women don’t need men…bed hopping is normal and consequence-free, girls…” etc and so forth.

    It’s not demons, but I’ll be damned if I could tell the difference, and for practical purposes it does not matter if it is or isn’t.

  29. It’s not demons, but I’ll be damned if I could tell the difference, and for practical purposes it does not matter if it is or isn’t.

    It’s not all demons, but it’s not all just broken human nature, either. And what we’re calling ‘mass formation’ today is just the same ‘magic’ that’s always worked on the minds of men. Same shit that built the pyramids and Stonehenge.

  30. Oh, have no doubt. Some of them are demons. More and more of them as time passes. One’s work brings another, and another, and others.

    But that doesn’t mean you let people off the hook. The only things worse than fallen spirits are their willing human accomplices.

    There will be generations of work needed to clean up the spiritual mess that’s been unleashed.

  31. Group formation. what is this I keep hearing about?

  32. Oh I’m sure there have been better sentences, but thanks.
    ———————-
    Oh I’m sure too. But it’s the best I’ve read in a long time. It just made me laugh my ass off for some reason.

    Can you hear Jesse Jackson saying they stole my grift in his weird indignant voice. That shit’s funny.

    Better yet, imagine Rush doing Jesse saying it.

  33. Found someone who doesn’t like Maverick: Jason Whitlock

  34. Buncha accountants getting together to share knowledge and what not but one of the booths is accountants dressed in bondage putting slide rulers in their butts. How would you feel about that?
    ——
    It would leave me troubled and confused.

    Engineers use slide rules. Accountants prefer calculators and the really kinky ones head straight for the abacus.

  35. It would leave me troubled and confused.
    Engineers use slide rules. Accountants prefer calculators and the really kinky ones head straight for the abacus.
    ————————
    I stand by my point.

    What about a rodeo. Bunch dudes together getting all rootin and tootin and what not but then there’s a group in the corner passing around a lubed boot to be inserted in their nether hole. Spur and all.

  36. If anyone is looking for fun this weekend you can fish without a license in Maine this weekend. Feel free to use my dock and sleep in the woods behind the leach field.

  37. Or at the PGA tour there’s a guy on the 19th hole with a 3 wood up his ass demanding that you recognize his unique talents. All these other guys are great but he really deserves your admiration.

  38. Gun show. Buncha 2nd amendment supporters wandering through looking at carbines and what not but with a booth dedicated to putting 50 caliber ammo up the squeakhole using CLR spray

  39. Fishing show. Avid anglers looking at lures, reels, boats and sonar devices but over in the corner there’s a guy bent over up on a stage discussing the best rod insertion techniques.

  40. Buncha carpenters framing a house and there’s a guy who made a swing out of his safety harness and he’s a got a tack hammer up his keister.

  41. Book show. Booth after booth of new novels, indie publishers, kids books but off to the side there’s a voluptuous redhead wearing a sexy librarian outfit seductively reading tasteful erotica … wait, I got distracted along the way

  42. Im for sure that I told you blog assfaces this before but I used to live next to a private gay sex club in Chicago. It was a totally normal neighborhood, typical three flats. Neighborhood bar, quiet at night, etc.

    But every so often the 2 flat next door would be used for all manner of outrageous things. My friend and I sat on the porch of our place, drank beers, and watched all night when it was being used.

    Couldn’t see in, all the windows were blacked out. But a steady stream of leather daddies would get out of cabs in full leather gear with huge duffel bags. You can only imagine what was in there.

    The members had a key card to open the door into a sort of breezeway. The door was manned by a, er, man sitting on a bar stool in a diaper. Nothing else.

    My friend knocked on the door and talked to him a bit. He didn’t seem to mind.

    There was a courtyard in the back and occasionally a leather daddy would step out to smoke. Sometimes they’d be in their full regalia, sometimes they’d be in a jock strap. Sometimes less. We could see down from our back porch, which was on the second floor.

    They would get all sorts of strange deliveries. A pallet of 2 liter orange sodas was confusing. It sat for a few weeks and then was gone. What did they possibly do with it? That poor orange soda. It just wanted to be enjoyed like the other Fanta flavors but got assigned to the leather daddies.

    I could only imaging that these guys were pretty normal in their everyday lives and then once a month turned into something impossible to believe. And why? What drives someone to do things like this?

  43. This ^^ is for the new lurkers.

  44. The members had a key card to open the door into a sort of breezeway. The door was manned by a, er, man sitting on a bar stool in a diaper. Nothing else.
    ——–
    … and I was that man

  45. That really beats sitting on my 3rd floor balcony watching WPI coeds walk by while smoking cigars and drinking malt liquor out of 40’s in the warm weather. WPI wasn’t known for hot women.

  46. Worcester Poly?

    My parents lived like 20 mins from there for 15 years.

  47. What drives someone to do things like this?….

    ….the cab.

  48. And why? What drives someone to do things like this?

    Dopamine->Serotonin loop, iirc. Basically your brain’s own reward system gets highjacked by a behavior that causes your built-in opiates to flood the zone, and your pattern recognizer makes you seek the behavior that caused it. It’s supposed to be there to reinforce good behaviors like finding food or mating or building a safe shelter, but the same stuff can get wired up to squeakhole dorking, blackjack, or skydiving. The Brain that Changes Itself covers the actual mechanics of it, and YBOP goes into the specifics for sex.

  49. Project Veritas uncovered Salesforce emails wanting to drop the NRA, and they have already dropped Project Veritas. Lovely, we use Salesforce.

  50. Big Ag Corp so far hasn’t sent me any rainbow emails. Being global and in a lot of Muslim countries probably helps in that regard.

  51. Getting wired up for something awesome like car racing or skydiving would be awesome. On the other hand if you’re wired up for butthole stretching I’d say something has gone wrong.

  52. The brain is just an organ like any other, doing what it do.

    The real trick is once you’re wired that way, it’s realllllllly hard to undo the damage. Amusingly, Silicon Valley types now do what they call “dopamine fasts” to try and mitigate the pattern reinforcement they are constantly exposed to by tech and social media.

    Mark 9:29
    And he said unto them, This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting.

    But remember, demons aren’t real.

  53. You basically have to totally fast from the stimulus for a long time, and it physically hurts to do, and you can actually experience anhedonia* for extended periods while you wait for weeds to grow up in what was a well-trod path.

    *feeling no pleasure in any activity at all

  54. To be so primally driven …is sorta sad and pathetic.

    “Hey, you want to go build or create or see something amazing this weekend?”

    “No, I’d rather devote an entire night to sexual kink with a bunch of strangers “

  55. Well, that’s the other reason for all the “Pride!” events, to reinforce the idea that all pleasures are equally reasonable and valid.

  56. And it is sad and pathetic. Even when you know all this, even when you are consciously aware that it’s bad for you and that it’s the result of bad wiring, you can still feel tempted by it and find it hard to resist.

    You’ve effectively got a heroin addiction, heroin is free, and there are parades of people telling you how great it is to be a heroin addict.

  57. Mass formation in action:

  58. This for MJ – “Mass formation on individual psychological functioning is that it makes people radically incapable of taking a critical distance from what the group believes in. So once people are in the group are in this process of mass formation they will typically become blind for the absurd characteristics of the group think of what the group believes in. People who are in the grip of mass formation they can truly believe the most absurd things. the most even if it concerns people who are usually highly intelligent and highly educated …[]… The higher the level of education, the more vulnerable people are for mass formation. … they become radically for intolerant for dissident voices.”

  59. minor editing errors up there. You get the gist.

  60. This is just a fancy explanation – sorta – for being “knowing” something is true because they FEEL it is. Things may not make sense, but only because either they don’t know enough to explain it properly or the questioner is presenting the issue incorrectly.

  61. This is for J’ame’s enjoyment:

    Carrie Youngblood
    Liam English that’s my understanding. I prefer the idea that there are no possessions in my home that I am willing to kill for.

    Reply
    1h

    Liam English
    Carrie Youngblood it also must be remembered that bad people invading your house may be but not always be armed and can hurt you. I think you are generally correct Carrie Youngblood. And in fact, I think this is what police departments generally recommend.

    Reply
    23m

    Carin Rose
    Carrie Youngblood I’d kill for my family. My safety. And probably my dogs. Doesn’t matter why they’re in my house, if they break in. It isn’t a matter of what I’m willing to kill for – they’re in my house for who know what. THEY took that chance. As for the shotgun debate – there are advantages and big disadvantages to a shotgun. THey are bigger, harder to learn, more expense, hard to safely store … there are many reasons why people don’t have a shotgun for home defense.

    Reply
    6m

    Carrie Youngblood
    I don’t know anyone who wants to kill me and I don’t own anything I am willing to kill for. That’s the end of the conversation, as far as I’m concerned. You two can keep it up on your own pages, if you like.

  62. Black dude was the shooter

    https://nypost.com/2022/06/02/tulsa-gunman-michael-louis-targeted-doctor-who-operated-on-him-cops/

    Tragic and soon to be memory holed

  63. As if being killed is the only harm that could befall a woman…

  64. I watched What Is A Woman. Definitely well done. If you don’t already have a Daily Wire subscription get off your fucking lazy ass and get one. No one else is doing the work these people do, and many people who are pretending to are total fucking grifters.

    Anyway, the interview Carin referenced above was a fascinating part of the documentary. That smug little cocksucker is teaching your kids how to be good little queers.

  65. I heard the $1/egg discussion on Beck yesterday. We go through a lot of eggs in this house.

  66. Sexed pullets only cost $3 per when I bought some earlier this year. I guess we’ll see what happens to Flock Raiser. If that cost stays steady, my eggs will stay cheap.

  67. *plants whole acre of dandelions and barley*

  68. I think Mass formation is linked to credentialism: Most people accept things without looking through them, like buying a car. They don’t really understand why things work, they just accept that it works because of what they sacrificed to get it.

    Even if these all the stuff they learned actually contradict each other, the impulse is to accept everything and ignore the contradictions.

    Once something pops up that would force you to re-examine “what you know because you were told” there is a problem because that could force you to have to re-examine everything, and if all your status is based on “knowing what you know because you were told” it is not only going to use up huge amounts of time, but also threaten your status as “smaht and competent”

    this is the problem with the midwit: having contradictions to the midwit’s world view is like having that hot chick that you got in spite of being out of your class and the best you could hope for, suddenly walk out of your life and start dating the neighbor.

    forgive the generic “you” maybe I meant Me

  69. so they tried a denial of service attack on Daily Wire last night for the premeire of What is a woman. Didn’t bring it down, so kudos to their web team.

  70. The average sexual lover of science cannot prove that the earth is round nor that it moves, and has no genuine idea how alternating current works.

  71. The left are sneaky slimy little cunts, hence the DDOS attack last night.

    Glad it failed.

  72. I get it. Thanks.

    The belief becomes an identity and people are really loathe to give them up.

  73. I actually look at pics of seeds most days now on the job. Sometimes cucumbers. Your mom always asks to see those too for some reason.

  74. I ate too much liver and kidney this week. I can taste metal and smell it in my sweat.

  75. Michael Avenatti: “all of my sexual fantasies involve handcuffs.”

    Ah hah hah hah hah hah!

  76. Weird, most of mine involve Colleen Camp’s wardrobe for Clue.

  77. That’s not weird.

  78. Or Leslie Ann Warren. I’m not picky.

    Why isn’t that in the classic list?

    Ginger or Mary-Anne
    Jennifer or Bailey?
    Blair or Jo?
    Yvette or Ms Scarlet?

  79. Farah Fawcett or Cheryl Tiegs?

  80. We haven’t been hearing much from Heels Up lately?

  81. Or Mare.

  82. I think I ran Mare off, so that’s my fault. I asked her to take it down a notch.

    Heels Up is probably busy. Got her hands full. Or her mouth. Or her hands and mouth at the same time.

  83. Tractor’s insured now. That wasn’t too bad. Should be able to pay that with few hundred eggs soon.

  84. Had to look Colleen Camp up.

    My advice, stick with your memories of her role in Clue

  85. Oh, definitely. The last time she was watchable was Police Academy 2.

    Personally I like to recast Clue with Leslie as Yvette, but that’s me.

  86. I hope I didn’t chase Mare off by sarcastically disagreeing with her. It really did make me happy that she told me to calm down. I felt like I’d arrived, somehow.

  87. She was getting a bit uppity, don’t you think? Not Carin-uppity, but uppity nonetheless.

  88. not sure anyone can get car in-uppity

  89. Gotta love it when New York bankers are issuing dire economic warnings after buying the office for their candidate whom caused the mess they’re freaking out about.
    Getting what they paid for, good and hard.

  90. Can’t BBB or Reset without breaking everything, amirite?

    Be a darned shame if the golem got them too. Darned shame.

  91. @GovRonDeSantis
    just signed our historic K12 budget, including a $200M reward for the 55 school districts who obeyed state law and did not force mask children, largely paid by cuts from the 12 that did, including $6M cut from @BrevardSchools

    Ha.

    Haha.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAAAAHAHAAA

  92. We’d better investigate what the BORTAC guys thought they were doing, countermanding local law enforcement and killing the school shoter…
    https://homeland.house.gov/news/correspondence/homeland-democrats-request-briefing-on-dhs-role-in-responding-to-uvalde-shooting

  93. So they are admitting it was an op and he got in the way, then.

    Brazen, but I appreciate the candor.

  94. Don’t make me cut a bitch.

  95. LOL at the entertainment value of the Depp/Heard trial.
    Just on the Business channel, a Hollywood lawyer whining about one party having better lawyers than the other isn’t fair.
    Then perhaps the lawfare waged on behalf of liberal pet projects should be grounds for disablement? As it should be for all parties that believe in suing until one side capitulates.

  96. Killed the thread, my task for the day is done.
    Now time for dinner and a ciesta.

  97. Tomorrow’s model will bring Mare back, just wait and see. She actually looks like Mare’s proof of life picture, laughing on the beach.

  98. DeSantis pulls back 35 million from Tampa Bay rays for their 2nd amendment politics

  99. DeSantis pulls back 35 million from Tampa Bay rays for their 2nd amendment politics

    Ha.

    Haha.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAAAAHAHAAA

    Governor Richard Punch.

  100. Crispy, that letter is sinister as fuck.

  101. Lumps, thank you very much for the seeds!

  102. Yayy! Glad you got them. I am curious to see how the beans do in your weather. I know them to perform well in our cooler Summers.

  103. 3 dead in a church shooting in ames

  104. Oh no.

  105. outside in parking lot, shooter dead, no ongoing threat. still no details

  106. no more news tonight have to wait until morning. meanwhile it’s the gop gov reynolds fault

  107. sick of knee jerk libs

  108. you guys are no fun at all

  109. Donnie’s ears really protruded.


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