Tag Archives: conspiracies

Glenn Beck’s Six Degrees of Exponential Stupidity

The six degrees of exponential stupidity, as exemplified by Glenn Beck, is a descent into mental illness and the sewer of conspiracy theories. Most people are familiar with the six degrees of Kevin Bacon, a game that arose from the concept that any two Earth humans are  six or fewer acquaintance links apart.  This same concept … Continue reading Glenn Beck’s Six Degrees of Exponential Stupidity

Glenn Beck’s CNN Atheist Conspiracy And Insights Into His Command Station

Is it possible for Glenn Beck to observe a piece of information without it being filtered through his bullshit sponge of a brain and uttered from his lips to sound like the machinations of an insane idiot? Not everything is a conspiracy or contrived, especially something as benign but entertaining as Wolf Blitzer asking a … Continue reading Glenn Beck’s CNN Atheist Conspiracy And Insights Into His Command Station

Let’s Get Immunized Against Bullshit

Bullshit has always bothered me.  Not the literal kind, but rather the kind the dribbles out of the mouths of the uninformed, the liars and the willfully ignorant.  What I am talking about here is the kind of bullshit that surrounds topics for which we have a wealth of evidence and is commonly employed as a weapon … Continue reading Let’s Get Immunized Against Bullshit

Sheeple: Overused And Self Serving

Sometimes people like to call other people sheeple, or refer to them as asleep.   Urban Dictionary describes the word sheeple to mean, “People unable to think for themselves. Followers. Lemmings. Those with no cognitive abilities of their own.”  It’s vastly self serving to feel as if you are in the know, among the minority of people … Continue reading Sheeple: Overused And Self Serving

The Second Amendment: A Distraction, And An Illusory Last Resort

 To a degree I’m a pragmatist, and when grappling with the second amendment I do my best to see the issue on a large scale.  There’s over three hundred million fire arms in circulation, roughly the US population, and some odd three and a half million termed ‘assault weapons’.  If there were a ban on … Continue reading The Second Amendment: A Distraction, And An Illusory Last Resort