WTF Dept

dodo copy… and the beat goes on, the beat goes onnnnnnn ..

Others wished infertility …  “I hope your wife can’t have kids, that’ll be god’s way of punishing you”.

Well now. What disastrous catastrophic Earth-shattering sin had this couple committed, to attract such opprobrium from the nice punters?

Phillips and his wife had not planned to make a political statement with their …. …… decision.

“My wife has no … and  …

BUT THIS ABOVE ALL

note that God had to come into it somewhere. But the possessing of a narrow mind and the requisite accompanying bully-thug instinct is a state not limited entirely to Christian religious nuts. Apparently MCP nuts too.

In fact any pea-brained nut can do it …

For background  CLICK HERE

But wait, buy now and you get this too—

Why would these men — and yes all the abusive messages sent to Phillips were written by men* — take time out of their day … abusing someone they don’t know for doing something that doesn’t affect them?

I think it depends really on how you define ‘men’ … no?

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(Hah! I was hoping to be able to use this image again~!)

Now this1-animated-arrow-up.gif folks, could be called a real nut-cracker. As for the couple concerned my advice is just get on with your lives … but watch out for closed minds. Yeuch …

And sometimes—

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—even the most innocent can be misinterpreted.

 

Honi soit qui mal y pense

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* That’s debatable …

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WITH MUCH GRATITUDE

TO WHOEVER

it was put me on to this dude. Okay, he’s got a bit of a speech impediment* and starey eyes and I can’t make out what the badge is; but listen to what he’s saying.

And then rubbish it …

 

 

After all, where’d we be without extra taxes, huh? Sign up now and you get to save the planet—double all taxes and you invest in saving it for years to come.

And now we are left (in New Zealand) with plakky baggies going out of style in our supermarkets. Bugger … we’ll have to carry our goodies home in something else; hopefully non-plastics, renewable, washable, unrustable, non-alumniumic, reusable—and I mean better than cupped hands. Suggestions?**

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* Most Aussies do, but I don’t hold that against them (they’re almost the same as people).

** JZ  …  keep it seemly …

TIME TO GET

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again.

First, your (not boring) quote—

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—to read at source:  CLICKETH HERE 

and ponder (if you will) all possible connotations of the word “Wow~!” And now ponder the Truth uttered by one ‘Scientific Christian’. Yep, I said truth (ya wanna make something of it?).

Ol’ SC says it right there, out loud in B & W for all the world to ignore (so I’ll say it again, it’s too good to gloss over with robotic glass eyes) :

PEOPLE BELIEVE

WHAT THEY ARE TAUGHT

—and nobody has ever put it better than that. Not even me, and I’ve said it often enough too.

Sadly people don’t believe what they think — ‘cos most don’t think. They don’t know how so they just accept the words of their chosen experts. Not good.

SO HERE’S A CHALLENGE

for everybody (and this includes YOU, Bub!)

 

How can you get people to think?

 

As the Weasel (Buck) says in that Ice Age movie “C’mon Mammals, think!” …

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—and it ain’t easy.

Again I offer as a starting point* the Law of Contradiction. (If it’s a bit much after your years of indoctrination, at least offer it to your kids—they’ll see at a glance what to do with it …)

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* Pretty bloody reliable starting point.

AN ADMISSION

ArgusI can be a sour and sarcastic old cynic often sometimes. True~! But my heart and intentions are as pure as the driven snow, regardless of appearances.

PHEW

thank God(s) that’s over and we can get on with it.

I promised Scottie a refresher on the Basic Tools of Thought—summarised as bullets here but expanded further down—

  • Everything must either be,

  • or not-be;

  • nothing can both be and not-be

—simple enough if you use ‘be’ to represent ‘exist’ (either physically or as concepts).

Which then leads us to the mind-bender’s worst nightmare:

 

CONTRADICTIONS DO NOT EXIST

 

(actually, strictly speaking, they cannot exist). Read on …

  • if you find an apparent contradiction
  • look to the premises, because
  • one of them (at least) is wrong.

And that’s it. Lesson complete.

Full ahead all engines and damn the torpedoes. No?

No. That YOU can think for yourself and spot contradictions all over the place doesn’t mean anyone else can, or will. You now have to be very careful.

devil-1I was told once by a genuine Crank that—

In the Land of the Blind

the one-eyed man is King.

The two-eyed a monstrosity

—and from memory ‘monstrosities’ often got burned at the stake. Brrrr … which is why thinkers need be careful. CLUE: it’s never a good idea to argue with the man holding a gun.

SO IF IN DOUBT

or even if not in doubt: always look for contradictions. If you find one (okay, when you find …) check your own safety before pointing them out.

MIND CONTROL

too is a favourite peeve of mine. This is how people get what they want at your expense. Mind control (MC) doesn’t necessarily mean implants in the brain. MC simply means someone else getting you to do what they want, often without you realising.

RELIGION

is Mind Control—do you really believe in spooks in the sky watching your every move with a mind to consigning you to eternal hellfire (or endless sex with gorgeous houris)?

If you do … you are being milked—whichever of the unlimited unique pathways to Salvation it is**.

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* Mind-bender = someone seeking to control others.

** You missed it, no?  Unlimited means ‘lots of’—unique means ‘one only’.

 

BE CAREFUL OUT THERE

AND ALWAYS pc

remember that you can’t trust any bast (oops) bugger.

IS THIS JUST MY

paranoia talking, or am I in fact an unsung prophet~? (Put me down for prophet, please—the successful ones make great profits).

HERE, HAVE A WEE

snippet—

The Melbourne school boy who consumed Greentime Natural Coconut Drink in December 2013 experienced a fatal anaphylactic reaction after it was revealed the imported product from Taiwan contained undeclared milk content, reported the Sydney Morning Herald.  

To read more (different source): CLICK HERE

coco 1.pngI was minding my own business swearing quietly at the computer when The Spouse came galloping in with an article in one of her magazines; which prompted me to a quick Googleising; after which I felt inspired to spread the Good Word.*

Apparently it is a widespread (means common) practise to dolly up the pure coconut juice with cow juice.

I didn’t know that, although The Spouse refuses to drink any ‘pure’ juice that comes from a can or bottle or packet—she has a few problems of her own and has had reactions from such. Original container or nothing.

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* Namely that you can only trust yourself (and some selected others, of course—their adoption tried, grappled to your soul with hoops of steel etc etc)

BUGGER~!

BUGGER BUGGER BUGGER

and dammit, too.

HERE’S YA SNIPPET

from this morning’s New Zealand Herald (online)

“Technology is making people more relevant than ever to New Zealand businesses. We’re seeing CEOs put people at the centre of their growth plans, then plan technology needs around that.

“Technology is enabling younger people to bring their views to the table sooner. The younger generation are able to embrace changes in technologies quickly and use them effectively. That is essential for companies and gives younger people an opportunity to get them involved at a higher level sooner.”

SO WHAT

does this tell us?

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DON’T ASK ME

‘cos I’m just a dum ol’ dog out to graze, as irrelevant these days as any other

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great mind from the past.

WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO, SNOWFLAKE

or not … is ask yourself “What do all those words mean … for me?” (Me, here, of course being thee, not moi).

Even more better yet—if you have personal downlines (okay, kids) then you might just be tempted to have a rethink. And if you do go to the referenced article it uses a term I’d not met before: > STEM <

—which when I looked it up I discovered means ‘Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics’. Ouch.

I NOTICE, SNOWFLAKE

that there’s no mention (or even oblique reference) in that definition — of Safe Rooms, Minority Acceptance, Minority Group customs, religious tolerance, gender/sex, warm fuzzies, the moral right to parasitical usurpation etc etc ad nauseam. Why is that, do you think?

BUT STILL

they managed to fit in—right at the end of the article—a Snowflake term. Did you spot it? Only a Snowflake could make a virtue of simple good manners …

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… common decency, and uncommon sense.

To read article from source: CLICK HERE

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INTRIGUING

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MAKE OF IT

after this—

Scientists point out, however, that 60% of modern-day people still lack the enzyme for breaking down lactose and just don’t know it, meaning that they experience a wide range of digestive and allergy problems which they have never had attributed to their milk-drinking.

Another argument that has been recently been debunked is that drinking cow’s milk increases bone strength and prevent osteoporosis. In fact, the skeletons of our Palaeolithic ancestors, who did not drink milk, reflect great strength and muscularity and a total absence of advanced osteoporosis, possibly due to the fact that research has shown we can get as much calcium as we need from grains and vegetables alone.

From:  CLICK HERE 

—whatever you will. I tripped over this topic en passant but feel that it should be shared; milk-intolerance is quite widespread (Spouse has it) but few sufferers actually know that they have it.

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Dammit! I still love lattes!

BUT WAIT

In New Zealand it gets better.

Much better—

Instead, people who are lactose intolerant can’t digest the main sugar —lactose— found in milk. In normal humans, the enzyme that does so —lactase— stops being produced when the person is between two and five years old. The undigested sugars end up in the colon, where they begin to ferment, producing gas that can cause cramping, bloating, nausea, flatulence and diarrhea …

To read from source: CLICK HERE

—because we have ‘free’ milk delivered to schools for the kids to guzzle. (I have no idea if such enguzzlements are compulsory these days—they were decades ago and if a kid didn’t have a note from his parents explaining, and he refused, he got the strap. Not good, but all that lovely milk/strapping made for the world’s best rugby players, no?)

Given that nothing is ever actually ‘free’ I wonder whether this is really an act of kindness by the benign government & charitable donation by the milk-factory people … or simply an acceptable way of disposing of excesses without fouling the waterways?

‘‘New Zealand is the largest exporter of dairy products in the world but at home we’re not drinking as much milk as we used to. We want to be the dairy nutrition capital of the world and this starts with our kids.”

to read more of the ‘for’ :  CLICK HERE

to read of the ‘against’   :  CLICK HERE

And be advised that I’ve only ‘blitzed’ these articles—I just haven’t the time to investigate in any depth.

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