He straight up called what he's doing a war.
Dude, you're losing and you don't even have an enemy. You're losing a war that has one side. You are surrendering to yourself but your captor is too big a coward to detain you. You are a POW of one in a shack with no guard banging on the bars for a cup of water.
There is an ancient word for a war against one's self where all sides seem like different sides due to the rampant fear of the deranged human mind.
This guy is taking his LARP really seriously.
At 2:38, I initially thought Guncling McThinskin said, "You guys couldn't ever stand up against Journey." And, I mean, he's not wrong. POETV has never produced an emotional rock anthem on the level of Don't Stop Believin'. Though we did come close with our debut single, "DefendYourBase Only Likes Guns Because They Remind Him of the Hard Penises That Consume His Every Waking Thought." But it turns out that most radio stations won't play a song if the title contains the word "thought."
Confidential to Basey: Real warriors don't make videos crying about how the internet hurt their feelings.
Forcing you to pay money to go to abortion?!
Fuck that, I used to go to abortion for free, they even handed out refreshments!
|Hegemony Cricket |
We are monstrous aging childultren with nothing substantive to share but our own vapid egos through monotonously pedantic, laterally relevant, live-journals for the other sentient object lessons on the dangers of lacking introspective shame that inhabit this decaying shit heap.
We are the same.
"Childultren"? That doesn't work at all.
Sounds like an off brand muscle relaxant.
|Jimmy Labatt |
I could only tolerate about 10 seconds of this whiny douche. I'll let everyone's comments fill in the blanks.
I just listened to the whole thing while I read the comments and I already can't remember any of it.
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class |
Uh, is it me, or did he wish harm on liberals and internet users after specifically criticizing those very people for doing the same thing three goddamn minutes earlier?
Also, the Vietnam reference makes me believe that this guy really is Walter Sobchak.
That pretty much sums up the current culture war.
I hear the moans of a sore loser.
Tthe Malheur River basin and surrounding areas would be my favorite place in the country were it not for some of the residents.
|Robin Kestrel |
I was really lazy this weekend. Didn't kill a single baby. I did, however, wipe my ass with a sock.
1) Say how you're defending liberty and freedom and stuff
2) Conclude that you're going to beat up the people who disagree with you
If he adjusted his vocabulary a bit this guy would make a good Republican candidate.
I dunno, he's already got the "I'd have a beer with him" natural vernacular the GOP base loves...
Liberty is defined as a lack of fear.
This is the most enslaved man alive.
|The Mothership |
Aw, I was hoping that he actually mentioned us.
I think I'll also use Vietnam as an excuse for not cleaning up after myself.
WASH THE DISHES I USE?!?! THEY DIDN'T WASH THEIR DISHES AT OMAHA BEACH!!!!
no man that has been there would considers dishes and garbage the same war
|Binro the Heretic |
Somebody call the WAAAAAHmbulance.
Do they accept Obamacare at Sucky Baby Hospital?
Usually when the comments are a highlight to a video that's posted here they're depressing. These are hillarious and awesome.
Well I agree with the sentiment that wishing people to be raped in jail is abhorrent. I only listened to like the first minute though.
Still, even in this new Medieval world, the old Roman concept of freedom remained. Freedom was simply power. When Medieval political theorists spoke of “liberty,” they were normally referring to a lord’s right to do whatever he wanted within his own domains. This was, again, usually assumed to be not something originally established by agreement, but a mere fact of conquest: one famous English legend holds that when, around 1290, King Edward I asked his lords to produce documents to demonstrate by what right they held their franchises (or “liberties”), the Earl Warenne presented the king only with his rusty sword.
Like Roman dominium, it was less a right than a power, and a power exercised first and foremost over people—which is why in the Middle Ages it was common to speak of the “liberty of the gallows,” meaning a lord’s right to maintain his own private place of execution.
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