One way to find out if you’re old is to compare yourself to kids – if you start getting them, ye’re bloody old. How do I know I’m old? I bloody loved Beauty and the Beast, hell, I think it was better than Star Wars Rogue One, Star Wars the latest episode (something something awakens) and approximately on par with Deadpool. Go figure. And to top it all, the music…. the bloody music fascinates me… Of course, it could be all me – suspecting my wife cheats on me kinda killed it, I think..
No. It’s for real. I’m on it. I’ve glimpsed the truth and I hate it. I really really hate it, from pinkie to dandruff, I bloody hate it. I’d love to see good win against evil, I’d love to see things always work out in the end – that’s just in those bloody films from at least a decade ago, lately there’s a new trend: the hero dies. Continue reading
Weell, I’m quite depressed. This has been one day I’d rather not repeat – which quite emphasises my belief that the afterlife does not exist. It better not, I’d say. Which reminds me, never ever do a factory reset on an android phone without deleting that crappy google account and if you do, never bloody do it via adb and change your password after or before you do it. Longest 72 hours of my life, it’ll be.
And never try to clean up/listen to an audio track in audacity using noise cancelling head-phones, the in-ear kind, for eight hours straight if you’re coughing your lungs out every thirty damn seconds. Or blowing your nose, same shit, different exit.
And how do I bloody justify this bloody text, if there’s no button for it anymore… Arrghhhhhh!!!!
Post scriptum / update: Shift-Alt-J
Talk about complicating things… WordPress just went Microsoft and their bloody metro style…
… In short, no.
My prediction on the US elections winner is Clinton. It’s the safe bet – since Trump refused to go all out on her. I’d say Trump will get between 20% to 30% of the votes and her darth sithness will win. I’ve seen it before. Eastern Europe’s been doing it since before it was cool, pairing the “desired” candidate with either a right-wing lunatic or somebody with less charisma than Al Gore. Guess who won, c’mon, guess.. Hipsters and most people with working neurons don’t bloody vote and/or they’re already too confused on weed legislation to matter. If the undecided get scared enough, they get to leave their comfy homes and hobbies and they’ll bloody vote for Clinton because change is always some scary shit and they already fear change – scare them enough and they’ll stop up voting crap on facebook and do the unthinkable – actually bloody act. It doesn’t matter if she’s corrupt or not, it doesn’t matter if she’s the right choice or not (for that, I lean on the “not” side), all it matters is that lots of scared people herded like sheep will come out to vote for her because Trump scares them. Look at him, that hair alone got more coverage than the whole Benghazi affair because the media is really after the truth and unicorns were discovered around the Arctic Circle.
For my part, I hope Trump wins. No, not because of what he says but because of what he is. An outsider. Somebody who managed to unite the whole bloody financial sector, media and business tycoons against himself. If you want to see who almost brought the world economy down – take a look at Clinton’s supporters and I don’t mean the little fellows, they only obey the official message. I hope Trump wins because it’s the first significant, believable threat to the status-quo. It doesn’t matter if Trump gets voted out of office, if he resigns or whatever – if he gets elected, it means the average Joe has power and is willing to use that power. It’s the only stick politicians fear since carrots only serve to keep them there.
I honestly don’t believe all that crap about Trump. I know he’s a narcissist, vain and a rather nasty fellow – I’ve read his books and lived through his bankruptcies. But he managed to become a symbol of hope to everybody including yours truly, an’ I’ve got no freaking idea how he managed that. Clinton has all his traits too and worse, you know. She already had a shot at leading, commanding and ruling and screwed the pooch on those already. But everybody united against Trump because this, right now, is the hell they know – it means nothing will change if she wins. Right now, banking is exactly what it was before 2008. Executives are even more ruthless than before. Companies still screw their employees by moving to low-cost alternatives, the trend isn’t broken and I honestly have no idea how this could work long-term except Make China Great Again and make every future-former-developed country poor(er). No country that screws over its citizens does well long-term. They choose Clinton because they still believe that matters, that one “leader” makes or breaks their future and they honestly believe Trump has more chances of screwing the pooch than her. That’s exactly what made USSR great, actually, the bloody misguided belief that there are people who can (and should) choose and direct your life better than you, the actual human living it. It’s catharsis, I know, shedding the last shred of dignity by proclaiming “Ignorance is bliss, knowledge is evil, responsibility is tabu”. Here’s some news for you, flash, that ain’t it. People make or break their own future, but nobody but the minority actually wants to believe that because, hell, that’d mean each of us is to blame and we bloody can’t have that now, can we?
You want a bloody change? You want people actually paying attention to what you want? Bloody vote for Trump because Clinton is damaged goods. You want your country doing the same bloody thing it’s been doing ever since the male Clinton left office? Vote for her because doing the same thing over, over and over again and expecting a different outcome is totally believable, innit?
P.S. I did lose my faith in humanity a long time ago – that’s why I think Clinton will win. People can’t be expected to act in a rational, logical manner because if that happened, neither Clinton nor Trump would’ve made it this far. By fear, brainwashing, parlor tricks, misdirection and control over the news the media “educated” us all a long time ago. Time to open up another bottle. Prosit!
Well, of course I’m pissed, I feel like a bloody mushroom covered in shit. It’s easy to have strong opinions on things neither you nor the person you’re talking to can control. It’s very much like xenophobia, nationalism or religion – you get to feel proud for things you haven’t done and you get to hate people you haven’t met. Everybody has opinions, every adult can talk your ears off on subjects such as football, racism, terrorism, abortions, gay rights, economics, espionage and politics. Who in the right mind would honestly say “bugger me if I know..” in such esteemed company? Yeah, me, that’s who. Also the statement stands, because I’m working on one piston with no lubrication an’ me gears are a wee bit crooked, actually more than that, I wager. Continue reading