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In the wake of the YouTube shooting and the continuing battle of David Hogg’s fascist “let’s try to prevent deaths” movement (‘cuz that totally refutes the inalienable rights given to me by a paper written in 1776 God), Stephen Dawking has decided to shine light on similar instances of flawed democrat logic to watch out for during the inevtiable debates that will follow. If you think I’m wrong, it is a sign you’re getting brainwashed and should check your closet for libtard lizard spies and/or immigrants. Outsmarted again, leftits!!

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‘Dancer in the Dark’ (2000)

by Lars von Trier

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Dancer in the Dark is a heart-wrenching anti-musical juxtaposing the amateur aesthetic of the Dogme 95 movement with song numbers that are noticeably more color-corrected, shot with tripods, and otherwise more artificial than anything Dogme, centering around a singular performance by Björk, as a borderline-blind Czechoslovakian immigrant who suffers for her altruism; youthful innocence in the body of a tormented adult who enters the unrealistic world of movie musicals when she needs to escape. The music, naturally, is composed and sung almost entirely by her – and what music it is! View full article »

So I was browsing the Internet the other day when, at long last, I came across what has to be the worst fucking webpage on the entire planet. That webpage is the tl:dr WordPress blog of some spindly, arrogant fuck named Victor.

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Here is a quick FAQ-style article about crime, immigration, anxiety, and me being spiteful about the most meaningless fucking things! I figured you could use the cheering up after the passing of Stephen Hawking, the sentencing of Count Dankula, and whatever that whole thing about Cambridge Analytica is about.


“Are you an anxious or laid-back person?”

As a few of my posts will tell you, I have a generally fuck-it-all attitude towards life and choose to admit the upsides of even the most dour situations. Other times, however, I’m downright paranoid. I was spackling this hole in my desk the other day when I read on the tube of putty that doing it without protective gear and in a poorly air-conditioned room might be bad for your health, so I immediately opened all windows to let in fresh air and also rushed into the shower.

Likewise, whenever I’m unsure about something with regards to my university program, the hours leading up to an email response from my lecturer are nightmarish. I like to have things sorted out and planned. I just find comfort in the knowledge that it doesn’t matter in the astronomical scheme of things. Chill, bruh. (But also don’t answer that phone call from an unknown number until you’ve Googled it. You never know.) View full article »

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