Lockheed Martin Are F@%&ing Idiots – #PropagandaWatch

10/02/201875 Comments

The good folks at Lockheed Martin kindly invited you to submit your photos of their wonderful products . . . until they realized that wasn’t such a good idea. Because they’re blithering idiots. Don’t be afraid to laugh at them.

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  1. AnimalsArentFood says:

    Because of the timing, I have to wonder if this was a moronic attempt to divert attention away from the school bus incident; an attempt to drown out pictures of the missile fragment with airshow photos from Lockheed Martin fanboys. If so, their PR team is as dumb as the company is evil.

    Those Twitter responses really brightened my day by the way. Thanks for that.

  2. n4x5 says:

    Pointing to the evil done by these weapons is easy. But stopping there ignores the much more challenging and important question: What is the alternative? How can a system be implemented that replaces the current one with legitimate (defensive) use of military technology?

    • NES says:

      Weapons are about profit. The USA economy is built on weapons production. So, ‘protection’ is not the issue. Weapons ‘sales’ is the goal.

      Even so, if the USA wanted personal protection from, well…anything, a defensive weapon that redirects any offensive strike to return to its sender could well be engineered under the watch of today’s talent roster. No State would attack another State that had such a capability, for obvious reasons. That is, if the country in question minded their own business and did not make a habit of collecting weaker countries. You know, where they send their military to reside in that country for decades in order to forward an empire’s agenda–a la Rome?

      But hey, my weapon is not about profit; it’s about protection. (And not about false flag ‘terrorism’ either.)

    • n4x5 says:

      Venting and throwing condemnation at Lockheed and marching on the Pentagon feel good, but these actions don’t actually achieve anything. As moral nonpsychopathic people, our goal shouldn’t be only our own catharsis; it should also be some sort of positive constructive conversation toward causing real change, toward a world where some sort of safeguards exist against the wanton aggression we see now while acknowledging the legitimate need for self-defense (including collective self-defense). Obviously, such a question is enormously complex and involves political and economic and technical considerations and is beyond the scope of a Propaganda Watch post. Still, it’s something that should go past moral outrage and token displays of dissent. I am highly sympathetic to anarchist schools of thought, but anarchists (of various types) are particularly poor at addresssing this topic, usually relegating it to the status of an afterthought, some tertiary issue that can be ignored or treated superficially. It isn’t. It’s arguably more difficult than “the roads” or even the monetary system (and is inextricably intertwined with both). The conversation around self-defense and violence and arms proliferation rarely even ventures outside of civilian possession of small arms. A more mature serious treatment of this matter is necessary if anything is going to improve. We can do better.

  3. pearl says:

    Scrolling through Donatella Rovera’s twitter feed and saw a heart-piercingly disturbing image of an emaciated child in Yemen. Lockheed Martin and ilk are F@%&ing psychopathic devils.

  4. mkey says:

    “defense contractors”
    Even when you have to admit the obvious, you need to tow the line. Good show, CNN.

    https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/products.html
    They DO have some products which are not meant for wholesale destruction and murder. Tsk, tsk, James.

  5. luisp says:

    How can anyone justify working for a company like LM? The world is full of psycopaths…

    • n2abstract says:

      It’s not so much that everyone who works at LM is a psychopath. They’re typical “Joes” like you and me who are attracted to a good paying job with the possibility of a “cushiony” retirement. These individuals have also bought into the myth of being a “patriot” contributing to the defense of America.

      I was there, once upon a time, as a civil servant in the US DOD, and had worked side by side with many of them. “They” have morals too… it just that they’re misled by the establishment into believing that their work is just and it’s O.K. to have their products used to kill “enemies” (of America). Not to mention that fat paycheck… for that house or that boat where upon they would loose their moral compass.

      It’s our task to wake up these people, but I can see it being terribly difficult when we’re competing against the incentive of that mighty paycheck. As it becomes harder to find good jobs we’re probably will see more people getting into some sort of defense related work or join the armed forces where there’s hardly any layoffs.

      Moral compass is about all we have left to steer people away from these kinds of work/corporations.

      • mkey says:

        I’d refer to these people as moral relativists.

      • scpat says:

        Well said. Good intentions don’t matter when people are being murdered as a result, but you are most definitely correct on how most of their employees probably see the world.

      • n4x5 says:

        We should at least think this through:
        1. Convince (somehow) all of the thousands of Lockheed engineers, scientists, and technicians to quit (or at least enough to cripple the active projects).
        2. Somehow dissuade all (or almost all) of their suitable potential replacements from filling the vacant roles left by the quitters, forgoing the paychecks and benefits.
        3. Do the same for the thousands of employees of Boeing, Raytheon, General Atomics, General Dynamics, BAE, Dassault, Rheinmetall, Norinco, Kamov, Sukhoi, MiG, Denel, etc etc.
        4. Somehow maintain this vacuum, this worldwide abandonment of military technology development, in perpetuity.
        5. We win.

        • n4x5 says:

          The point here isn’t that exposing the truth and appealing to compunctions is worthless. It’s only that it isn’t sufficient. This is a very hard problem.

          • generalbottlewasher says:

            n4×5 and nes. Cecil Rhodes mendacity, all over it! The optimum word would be capitulation. They have the upper hand , be realistic and honor them. Old as the hills. What drives them ? Its greed now. Idealism has long past;the idealism formented by WW2. That generation knew Fascism and bankers feasts. So how can we negotiate DEW and Smart dusted bombs into ploy shears? Give them what they want and maybe they will choak on it before we have to repeat history. Who capitulated and who benefited? Just saying history repeats cause this is life not chess…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      luisp says:
      How can anyone justify working for a company like LM?

      While also, I personally could not live with myself working for Lockheed, it is my opinion that pretty much most of the problems and dilemmas which assail mankind are a result of the Big Corporate Brotherhood.

      In fact, I tend to think that governments are not really the ultimate source of most problems. They are tools and distractions designed to keep vested interests in power.
      When a person looks at politicians, for the most part, they serve as puppets in a system that Big Corporations and Industries built. The propaganda and power starts there…the big corporations.

      Military weapons are easy to see as ‘bad’. However, the entire mega-corporate machine is insidious. These guys protect each other and influence our reality.

      From the ‘healthcare’ sector, to food and Cheerios, to Reynolds Wrap, to Target Stores, these mega-corporations have pillaged, maimed, enslaved, and slowly killed millions. The entire world is affected.
      They just don’t need no gun.
      They got propaganda.

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        Homey so on! Double-think indoctrination . Moral conflict and satiated greed and ideology in a fractured psychology. “Holding two conflicting opposing thoughts simultaneously”. Kubrick’s movie of Burgess’s ” A clockwork orange “. Burgess is every bit an insider as Blair. As is Kubrick.

        James apply your art to these three mens warning

  6. scpat says:

    This makes me think of how psychopaths can’t experience empathy, and therefore can’t relate to human emotions, causing them to develop hair brained ideas like this. Once they start getting bashed on Twitter they realize, “oh, shoot, our bombs killing human beings upsets other humans. We never realized that!”

    • AnimalsArentFood says:

      Quite a few times I’ve seen bizarre behavior that I’m almost positive was a result of what you just described.
      Most of the time though, I think they use focus groups, psychologists & mined behavioral data to determine what will upset the humans.

  7. Redneard says:

    All part of the rollout for Lockhheed’s new “foot-seeking missile”

  8. rael.n says:

    “Lockheed Martin wins $632 million contract: Pentagon” [https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lockheed-pentagon/lockheed-martin-wins-632-million-contract-pentagon-idUSKCN1MB3TG]

    …wanna guess what product it’s to produce?

  9. zyxzevn says:

    Some more one western propaganda.

    US Regime Change in Nicaragua & History of Psyops in Latin America
    Abby Martin with Max Blumenthal & Camilo Mejía
    https://soundcloud.com/media-roots/us-psyops-in-nicaragua-w-max-blumenthal-camilo-mejia

    Abby Martin interviews Max Blumenthal and Camilo Mejia about the history of CIA interference in Nicaragua, and the role of US civil society groups to meddle in the country’s democratic processes. They go into detail about the latest insurrection, allegedly over pension hikes, that resulted in 300 people being killed and a call for Ortega to hold early elections. They also discuss the opposition violence against Sandinistas, and why it is ignored by the corporate media.

    What I find very interesting is that they explain how the western
    media has become a complete tool of the CIA.
    News is opposite from truth, events are staged and misinterpreted.
    We are led to believe, that it is good that the US is
    interfering in Latin America.

    How much of the news is actually real?

  10. LenZoo says:

    Looks like Lockheed Martin hijacked the hashtag “#worldphotoday” from a real photographer. Check out http://www.worldphotoday.com

    “The story of the worlds largest photography celebration started as an idea in the bedroom of Korske Ara, a young photographer in Canberra, Australia. Passionate about connecting people, telling their stories and inspiring positive change in the world, Korske started on an epic journey to change the world through photography.“

    “World Photo Day 2018
    After a massive effort in 2017 to make an impact through photography, we’ve taken a break in 2018 to review and reflect on what we’ve been working on and how we can make the event sustainable and true to maintaining our vision to inspire a better world.

    Over the last 8 years, Korske has poured in a significant portion of his personal time and money to continue building World Photo Day. This year, Korske has been focused on bouncing back his personal financial position to continue working on World Photo Day for 2019. You can read his story on his blog.”

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    As an aside, regarding #PropagandaWatch, coincidently today during some of my research, I ran across this scientific publication entitled:
    Why Industry Propaganda and Political Interference Cannot Disguise the Inevitable Role Played by Human Exposure to Aluminum in Neurodegenerative Diseases, Including Alzheimer’s Disease
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4209859/

    The study relates to some recent comments…
    https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1391-james-corbett-on-the-truth-about-the-trade-war/comment-page-1/#comment-55526
    and
    https://www.corbettreport.com/uncle-sam-doesnt-want-you-anymore/comment-page-1/#comment-55529
    and this lecture on silica, which had an interjection about women’s memory…
    https://www.corbettreport.com/uncle-sam-doesnt-want-you-anymore/comment-page-1/#comment-55453

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The author of the above mentioned scientific publication tells an interesting story about Volvic, a brand of mineral water from France.
      Volvic backed out, because by implication aluminum in the body would be considered unwanted and toxic. Thus, the aluminum industry would look bad.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ox-AjKCeA0&feature=youtu.be&t=1m39s

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Japan
        I want to mention that Dr. Christopher Exley has a variety of good videos via “Keele Univesity” YouTube which talk about silica rich mineral water helping the body to eliminate aluminum.
        He mentions that Japan has one of the lowest Alzheimer’s rates for a 1st World country, and also that there seems to be sources of silica rich water in Japan.

        Dr. Silica
        https://silicawater.com.my/about-us/

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      While Professor Chris Exley talks about the science regarding the removal of aluminum from the body using the natural mineral silica, it brings to mind an ANECDOTE which I have always found interesting…

      ANECDOTE on Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)– This is from a scientific study. A bunch of folks had an STD(Chlamydia). They took their antibiotics and soon were pronounced cured. However, some folks showed up back at the Doctor’s office saying: “Doc, I haven’t been messing around. No lie. But I got the STD again.” A clever researcher started having the folks who “had the repeat STD” eat a lot of cilantro. This fixed things, because it pulled out some of the heavy metals. Evidently, biofilms and microbial critters can “be protected” when they are located near heavy metals.
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8686573

      • Redneard says:

        I’ve read preliminarily to beware of cilantro for heavy metal removal unless it’s precisely regimented, as it can redeposit pulled metals from the brain elsewhere in your nervous system if not completely flushed.

        Anyone interested in the topic of heavy metal detox may benefit from a search of “the Cutler Protocol.” If you do not already know, it is a mercury-targeted chelation technique developed by the late Dr. Andy Cutler.

        It sounds rather intense, but a majority of the testimonies describe positive results.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          I agree. You are absolutely correct.
          If the toxin is not excreted, it will just relocate. This happens all the time in the body.

          On the above cited “cilantro study”…well, it actually is not a very good study. Not at all. It is more of an anecdote. But, it is often quoted by the “natural community”.
          However, the STD story is cool, ‘fun’ cool…and I understand about biofilms. Knock out the biofilm, and you are halfway home.

          There are very few studies of substance regarding cilantro.
          This week I read a cilantro study which was looking at its water filtering aspects for toxic metals. Cilantro was ‘okay’, but other methods of water filtration trump it.

    • manbearpig says:

      How do you ingest silica or silicon? With water? supplements?

      • manbearpig says:

        I’m silly: you said horsetail! sorry, trying to get info between classes! I might buy “spritzer” water. Already bought a “syrup” to be mixed with water that’s allegedly optimally absorbed by the body. HOw many mg would you recommend?

      • Redneard says:

        Organic lemons are high in silica.

        Try hot lemon water twice a day. Sounds hot and sour, but it is truly delightful.

        • mkey says:

          I like chewing on lemons. I don’t have any idea where to get some organic lemons, however.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            mkey,
            I also once chewed on lemons.
            I don’t recommend it, unless you rinse shortly afterwards.

            Lemons will dissolve the calcium matrix on teeth.
            It is a strong acid.

            • mkey says:

              I was considering its effects on gums and teeth, they can sure pack a punch. I mostly do it for a vitamin C booster.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I’m with ya.
                What I have found is that iodine can be excellent for oral health (i.e. fighting off microbes). Dr Flechas talks about Iodine for all kinds of health related aspects.
                The anti-fluoride dentist, Dr Kennedy, has a lot to say about iodine for gums and teeth.

                Fluoride, Chlorine and Bromine compete for the Iodine receptors. (halogens) Iodine is crucial for many body aspects, especially the Thyroid.
                Sometimes, it takes a very small amount of fluoride to disrupt the Thyroid.

                But LOOK at this CHART from a science study…
                Crooked teeth, or too close together, too far apart, cavity prone, gum issues, and much more…
                https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3169868/

                If a growing child’s Thyroid becomes slightly compromised, then all kinds of oral problems can develop.
                One can search the internet for images to get an impacting idea of that teeth formation process affected by the Thyroid.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Actually, I am not quite so sure on “lemons” as a big source of bio-available silica.
          However, lemons can help the body to absorb minerals.

          Most minerals are alkaline. They need an acidic context in order to become more bio-available. Lemons have a pH of near 2 (like the stomach acid).

          Example: Limestone is calcium carbonate. While a person could take a calcium supplement made up of calcium carbonate, it is like eating ground rock. I don’t recommend it.
          However, when one puts a strong acid on calcium carbonate, the chemical bond is broken. Carbon dioxide comes off and calcium is left.

          We often hear the phrase “Take lemons to help alkalize the body”. This is why. Minerals are alkaline, but need an acidic context to be absorbed in their ionic (atom) form.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Here is a database for silica content in food.
          https://dro.deakin.edu.au/eserv/DU:30009138/mcnaughton-provisionaldatabase-2005.pdf

          “Lemon grass” might have been what you were thinking. Lemons look pretty low.

          Again, fiber often inhibits the absorption of silica because it “grabs” silica.

          • Redneard says:

            Thank you for correcting my misguided information, my apologies to all for pontifically spurting the unverified. I will be especially diligent to double check the legitimacy of any wellness advice in the future, particularly in the presence of The Corbett Report’s resident chief wellness advisor 😉

            What excellent collection minds! We truly are a plethoric, self-sustaining fountain of knowledge!

            Since I’m new, I’ll try to keep the blatant lies to a minimum.

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              I make mistakes like that all the time Redneard.
              You are extremely knowledgeable about alternative health. It is impressive.

              Like you said, this is a great community where we all learn and all contribute.
              Corbett built a far reaching juggernaut.
              “Juggernaut” (real image)
              http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/member/e/1/f/2/highres_4317842.jpeg

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                I think the image is Bagger 288.

              • Redneard says:

                I’ve a few nuggets gleaned from a lifetime in the box, just enough to permit rank amongst trainees of this great dojo. Eventually, when cleared by helpful practitioners, we’ll all pass through this ancient wisdom on the way back out.

                As for the juggernaut, I think we’ve found The Report’s new mascot.

                Replace the globe with a rusty saw and branding is half done.

            • Redneard says:

              “What excellent collection minds!”

              Oops, had caveman lock on.

          • mkey says:

            These values x-y that are presented in the table, that’s like min-max or something else? Because not in all instances the first value is larger.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        ManBearPig, You are in France. Get some Volvic water as mentioned above.

        Silica, one of the most abundant elements.
        There are different forms of silica. Sand is silica, but it is crystalized. Eating sand won’t help.

        However, there is a type of silica which living things use. Plants, animals and even some microbes have silica in their tissues. Historically, for the most part, this type of silica was found in our water.
        But now, water is filtered. Thus, no silica.
        That is my current bailiwick…water. ( DallasForSaferWater.com )
        The world’s drinking water is in extremely bad shape, much worse than the majority of people realize.

        The plant Horsetail is an excellent herbal source of silica.
        It will be more efficacious to take on an empty stomach because food-fiber tends to limit silica’s absorption.

        A keynote is quantity of silica ingested and absorbed in order to detoxify aluminum or prevent plaque on the arteries or promote skin, hair, nails, joints, etc.
        That is why water or high-silica herbs are best. Quantity.

        Dr Flechas describes the ‘Opal’ bio-available type of silica in the lecture linked above with my earlier comment (i.e.“and this lecture on silica, which had an interjection about women’s memory…”)

        Dr Flechas lists many of the health benefits surrounding silica.
        But there are more benefits than what he mentions.
        There are some cool science studies on silica, which elude to some tremendous health benefits.

        • manbearpig says:

          okay HRS! thanks a lot for your reply! I intensely craved eating sand when I was pregnant!! sand and eggshells!! (pretty much abstained though)

          I’ve always preferred Volvic bottled water above all others in truth!!

          See if I can find some horsetail! just afraid of gallstones… had them once, really hope I’ll never get’em again…

          but recent comments would seem to prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that I should take your advice on the Volvic…

          o yea! the women’s amygdala emotional memory anecdote!: mentioned it today during a class! (to someone seeking advice on how to memorize new expressions for presentations) I suggested emotional associations. Have to take more time to look into that… wanted to be an endocrinoligist in a past life…

          thanks for taking the time and effort!

          p.s.: always loved the word “bailiwick”! (and “ricochet”)

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            A gallstone home remedy.
            At night, before retiring, swig down a bunch of olive oil and also some fresh lemon juice.
            The lemon juice will help to break up stones, while the oil will grease the piping.

            I had my daughter do it once two decades ago. It does work.
            The internet has lots of images on it now.

            But, beware, a bunch of olive oil really loosens the stool.

  12. FIW says:

    Well, apart from the fact that it p….. me off that we live in a world so degenerated that they’re even able to even post a thing like that without more severe consequences than a small blowback, then I don’t see this as the worst one out there. At least this is so horrid that nearly anyone, no matter what stage of denial they’re in, can relate to it and mobilize adequate feelings to react on it. But what about the tons upon tons of other new world order propaganda that is being swallowed every day and that is making people march volountarily towards this neototalitarian future that they’re building, I see that as a lot more toxic and dangerous.

    But perhaps I’m looking at this more from the aspect of what “threat” it poses, I mean how efficient it would be as propaganda and as such, this one round clearly went off in the barrel before doing any harm to anything sort of speak. I’m referring to the propaganda, NOT their disgusting products.

    I just wish they would collapse….all of them, lockeed martin, boeing, google, apple, microsoft, halliburton, blackwater, the big banks, WMF, UN, EU etc. you name them! and leave my world the hell alone

  13. pearl says:

    I thought this was creepy. Not quite yesterday’s news, but it did happen earlier today. It would’ve been interesting to have been out in public when it happened, to experience every US citizen’s phone going off at the exact same moment, but I was home and only heard it on the radio. For those who did get it, was it just a text or was there audio to go with it?

    “With the push of a button and at the direction of President Donald Trump, an alert will be sent to all cellphones across America at 2:18 p.m. ET on Wednesday. According to NBC News, the alert will simply read: ‘THIS IS A TEST.’ The message is scheduled to be the first trial of the ‘Presidential Alert’ system, a new way to notify Americans across the country of national emergencies.”

    “The ‘Presidential Alert’ is a new type of WEA notification meant to be used strictly for national emergencies. Unlike other alerts, people with cell phones cannot opt out of the messages, theoretically giving the president a direct line to the mobile devices of around 95 percent of Americans. (To opt out you would have to get rid of your cell phone.)”

    https://www.activistpost.com/2018/10/fema-will-send-presidential-alert-today-what-you-can-expect.html

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Geez!
      You are right.
      I got the “alert” and text today on my phone.

      Damn! That is really, really creepy!

      I remember the 1950’s and the black-n-white TV brief sound clips…
      “This is a test of the emergency broadcast system”.

    • manbearpig says:

      totally creepy. as it’s meant to be I suppose… that’s what being connected’s all about now… collective psychosis…

    • mkey says:

      Another part of the diabolical master plan, check.

  14. generalbottlewasher says:

    God in heavens, hear my prayers. Please guide and protect the hands and minds of ” hackers” to hack this abominable alert INGSOC fear mongering system of war on our homeland minds. Hear my prayer;make it unusable by the dark forces. Hear my prayer; hack and broadcast the
    ae911truth, the Corbett Report: Federal Reserve, 911War Games , anything that will wake up these apathetic somulitic citizen proles who worship at the fondle slabs. Oh Hear my prayers…hack for truth, justice and the American way..AMEN!

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      I happen to be in downtown Tulsa, beautiful city, walking to the barbers and was in front of a building under construction. Exactly at 1:18 pm when all the workers and my phones went off. There was a lot of comments coming from the buildings openings and from above scaffolding above. Dismay and disgruntle most all. “What’s this all about?”was heard by a loud few. I was waiting in horror for 1:18pm ; they where distracted for a New York minute and without missing more than one beat disengaged and dismissed and moved on. I hope when they where at the pub later they hashed it out like they should. Hope is eternal.

      • pearl says:

        Interesting, and so it played out all across our fruited plains.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Dear Pearl, the day after on the fruited plain a brave woman in Lawton, OK. Filed a lawsuit against Trump for invasion of privacy, and several other articals. The newspaper panned it and demeaned the act because the woman was representing herself. I thought right off GO FUND ME!

  15. manbearpig says:

    like the hawaii alert w while back that someone ultimately had to apologize for… remember?

    it was in fact a drill for this one… I guess…

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/hawaii-ballistic-missile-threat-alert-phones-was-false-alarm-officials-n837511

    • pearl says:

      Oh yeah! How could I forget (cursed aluminum!)?!

      From the article:

      Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, questioned how the mistake happened and why it took so long before it was corrected, adding that it triggered feelings of terror unnecessarily in a state with more than 1.4 million people.

      Of course, that’s the intent: keep us scared and dependent. No doubt all the masters in DC got a thrill up their collective leg for a whole 15 seconds.

  16. Redneard says:

    James, thank you for encouraging us to laugh at the absurd. Your work provides essential foundation for this cutting humor. Only when secure in the facts may we identify the absurd and become free to laugh at it.

    Appropriately ridiculing foolish propaganda shows that the true spirit of humor will not be conscripted by circus pimps. It shall be rendered neither drug nor violator, forged rather by hammerings of study from implant to razor edge.

    You are exactly right, they want the path of knowing to seem a tedious burden, and all who walk it barking, frothy-chinned lunatics. They don’t want us to be calm and collected. Or cool.

    They’re particularly afraid of our coolness, our effortless appeal, because it dissolves their lies and outsells their sloppaganda. It thoroughly flattens their waxen pedestaled trauma-assets and the increasingly limp-wristed mongerings they’re bred to pantomime. They literally dread the massive public realization that we are cooler than they are. We are all funnier, healthier, sharper in mind and style.

    • Redneard says:

      Most importantly and ever more so, we, the adherents of that which actually happened, by our very nature of perpetual refinement, are more thoroughly equipped to partake in greater satisfaction. This inherently potent satisfaction may encourage us to exude it through poignant jesting or direct sincere expression.
      We demonstrate thusly to minds young and old the resilience of collected spirit, it’s unflappability in the line of attempted coercion.

      Through this expression of great and enduring satisfaction we show also that truth, logic and reason are not cold, inhuman facets of a clockwork reality, nor pursuit thereof mute incarceration, but rather the very essence human warmth, endeavoring in their propagation the very engine of life’s adventure. We prove in our perseverance that logic is not a dead abstraction, but a living, breathing element, a knowable personage with awareness, empathy, and yes, a pristine sense of humor. We prove this clarity of logic is the very source of personality and flavor, progenitor of comraderial reverie, and an intellect very much active in the uplifting of all who choose to bear it.

      It would seem logic is not a constraint on, but rather the building block of good humor.

      And of course, as James implies, inseparable from humor we may be, we honor gravity when it’s time.

      Though overall, the very notion that this empty clown suit of nihilism made distractionary tube man by a torrential fire hose spray of lies could even approach perfecting knowledge in a ring of wit without flailing itself violently apart, seems itself the conceptualization of a higher laugh.

      • Redneard says:

        That is to say, comradrial revelry, though revering your comrade is certainly alright as well. Isn’t that right, Pravdabot-uh I mean, James?

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Red,
        You sure can wield those words in a style I often don’t see.
        Did you study literature?

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Great dictum of reality here. All through this line, or thread of thought. Thank you for thinking. Time too as Corbett hinted at a while back is very similar to Redneard comment about paying attention to gravity when the TIME is come.
          I ran this fear control porn fondle slab-able by my daughter. Said she ” Dad I have to work i don’t have time for that…” drum roll cymbal crash , there you go.
          We are going to see the Michael Moore movie later today and she commented it was not a feel good movie, she has seen it and couldn’t take it all in. Dear heart was warning me ahead of time. I quipped ” reality is far worse from the dusty old history books I forced on my heart ,this will be like a sesame street primer. When your able i will introduce you to the mysteries”. I know her heart can take it but i fear what might happen to her mind. Birthplace of Pure doublethink. Thanks for your warning George proceed with caution. This is only a test. ( in so many ways…)

        • Redneard says:

          Very kind of you to say HRS, though I am thoroughly and officially uneducated (sans an HS diploma somewhere.)

          Neat writing pleases me, so I’m less scholar than unabashed pleasure enthusiast.

      • manbearpig says:

        Jeepers!

        Pearls before menbearpigs!

        uuhhhhh… so to speak…

      • manbearpig says:

        This is maybe what I’d say in response (and sing) if I could:

        https://www.lacoccinelle.net/1128342-deluxe-my-game.html

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU_LIEYu3lM

        but I can’t.

        For the moment.

        Running out of time…

        ha! ha ha!

        we I we…

        I…

        we.

        iiiiiiiiiiiweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee……aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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