I’m a winner things are gonna change I can feel it

Happy New Year. Another one! Greetings.

May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face
and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again
may God the Aviating Pasta Anomaly hold you in the palm of His hand. Noodle?

Peace be with you.

There’s a reason thousands of Americans have been purchasing guns of all description and laying up stores of ammunition and it may go beyond concerns of gun bans. A lot of patriots think that 2013 could turn very ugly, very fast, with fears of martial law, Homeland Security goons, mass arrests, secret incarcerations, and worse.

This is your fault.

What stands between most Americans and those who might wish to engineer the end to the Constitution is the fact that America is home to hundreds of thousands of hunters who comprise, by virtue of being armed, the largest army in the world . . Revolution is never pretty, but Americans did it once and can do it again to protect the Constitution and our rights.

So they’re coming to shoot you. Wonderful! Anything else?

2013! Totally new and improved.


5 thoughts I’m a winner things are gonna change I can feel it

  1. avatar SAm says:

    And I really was hopeful that crazy was starting to go out of style, but co-workers are warning me about AGENDA 21!! ZOMG!! — and they’re serious. They think America is about to be attacked by the UN.

    I don’t know how much more of this I can take.

    You’re a scientist — is there some biological imperative to always have something to fear?

  2. avatar toma says:

    I believe there is, but it’s a neurological glitch. Gotta go, more later!

  3. avatar toma says:

    Are the Okies really freaked out about Agenda 21? It was developed in the eighties and adopted in the nineties, wasn’t it? And it’s totally non-binding. So the fear is what, someone will take the two by fours from under your house and roll it away? What crazies.

    I subscribe to the (Thom Hartmann) theory of ADD being a remnant of tribal hunting. A hunter you want to be able to scan and move, re-focus and listen, scan and move again. To broaden the conversation, my guess as to the wingnut construction of mind — paranoid, hyper-emotional and violent — is that these are remnants of tribal warriors and sentries. Loyal to the point of death, unconcerned with greater truths and quick to kill to protect perceived communal resources. Someone nice to have to fill out the ranks, but terrible leaders. Termites exhibit the same behavior.

  4. avatar Rev. Howard Furst says:

    In Clans of the Alphane Moon, the great, insane Philip K. Dick described an effective form of social and political organization in which peoples’ jobs or functions were determined by their form of mental illness. Paranoids took care of security, people with OCD handled planning and logistics, hebephrenics planned parties and so on. As usual, he was spot-on prescient. It is coming to pass, and political factions are clearly coallescing around specific mental illnesses or dysfunction, and that’s quite appropriate and okay as long as this point of view is made explicit. Another PKD prediction, in “Galactic Pot Healer”, long before the internet was a glimmer in anyone’s frontal cortex: people in meaningless jobs amused each other and themselves all day long by communicating all around the world via a computer network, have computers translate book titles successively from one language into another, and then into another, and then finally having someone else try to guess the original title.

  5. avatar toma says:

    That is plenty eerie. I am already of the opinion that most of the wildly “successful” people in life are totally unbalanced to the point of having no life outside whatever their success is. I remember a story about a guy inside Prince’s compound who had a seizure in front of His Highness. Prince neither knew what to do or cared. Security came by and helped the guy out while Prince walked away. Bigger better things to do.

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