The Death Pool

When Sen. Traitor “Ted” Kennedy croaked in 2009, I bought a bottle to celebrate the event. We take human death with due gravity but we also cheer the removal of a stain. Whom will a flight of demons carry off next?

George H.W. Bush — Backstabber (age 92, no known illnesses)

George Soros — One insect that damaged so much grain (86, no known illnesses)

John McCain — Traitor (80, skin cancer, dementia)

Jorge Bergoglio — Foot-fetishist (80, no known illnesses)

Dick Cheney — Profiteer (75, no known illnesses) CORRECTION: heart attacks/transplant

Bill Clinton — War criminal (70, lifeless eyes)

Hillary Clinton — Failed tyrant (69, substance abuse, seizures)

Angela Merkel — Perpetrator of genocide (62, likely to be tried and executed)

Al Sharpton — Liar (62, extreme weight loss)

Paul Ryan — What do they have on him? (46, family history of heart failure)

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“Soon, my dear…” — The Lord of the Flies

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73 thoughts on “The Death Pool

  1. Paul Krugman — all-around dumbass (63, obvious catalepsy)

    Mike Nifong — self-hating, disbarred and disgraced former prosecutor (66, no known illnesses)

    Michael Moore — smug fatass (66, undiagnosed coronary disease)

    [Lovin’ these! — PA]

  2. I believe it may have been (but I can’t remember for sure) PA that commented, at Roissy’s(?), to the effect that listening to depressive, angsty music as a “catharsis” actually doesn’t work.

    I only mention that in order to say: I love creepy, death-oriented artwork. When I was in medical school I remember attending a session on adolescent “art therapy”, in which one of the teenage girls had painted a black horrorscape so frightfully moving that I wish I’d purchased it.

    Likewise, I have argued in the past that Halloween, and its associated creepiness, is a necessary human holiday because we have a need to grapple with the horrors of death.

    Just random thoughts on death and darkness.

  3. WN was never about converting our enemies. We would have to wait for them to die, or get too old to fight back.

    Then, a new generation would crush them when they grew strong. There’s a whole group of “best generation” and “baby boomers” that must die before things truly change.

  4. “…death-oriented artwork.”

    I say usher in Life. Life! That said, the work that elicits death most directly to me never deals with the subject directly. No skulls. A sadly stale/lachrymose approach to contour and color/texture does it for me. Balthus, Milton Avery, and even Matisse make me think fiercely of the grave, but in a rather good way.

    Oddly enough, the holiday I find most amenable to Life is the greasers’ own Day of the Dead.

  5. Ray Kurzweil — Apex Creep (169, merged entirely w/ machine)

    Jeff Koons — Imposter (75, clear suicide)

  6. Paul Krugman — all-around dumbass (63, obvious catalepsy)

    Just curious, what makes you think Krugman is a dumbass? I hate his stereotypical Jewish attitude towards money, but knowing nothing about economics I can’t qualify my sentiment beyond that. He just seems like the stereotypical smug Jewish New Yorker who hasn’t done iota of manual labor in his life, and therefore has wacky academic notions of where money comes from or how it is created.

  7. No skulls. A sadly stale/lachrymose approach to contour and color/texture does it for me.

    Completely agreed, 100%. This painting by the teenage girl that I referenced was like that – no skulls or similar things that are corny and actually dispel the illusion somewhat; no, it was just very black, bleak, and let your imagination fill in the horrible gaps.

    As a Christian I agree that we should celebrate life. I’m probably just a little effed up on the subject because of my father’s suicide as a teen.

  8. Just curious, what makes you think Krugman is a dumbass?

    You mean besides his obvious conspiracy-theory dumbassery? Well, for one thing, he literally predicted that if Trump was even elected we’d see an immediate economic collapse and dissolution of all markets, along with 1,000 years of Hobbesian darkness.

    He also called Trump the “Siberian candidate” (he can’t be the Manchurian candidate since that is Krugman’s beloved Obama, of course) and keeps saying crazy stuff about how Trump wants to “engineer another 9/11” – as if Hillary wasn’t aiming to flood the country with plenty more Mohammed Attas herself.

    He can’t stop talking about social issues, either. As if his degrees in economics empower him to be an authority on such matters. Nothing he’s said about anything has come true.

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  10. Krugman is just a court jester, an obvious shill for the Powers That Be, though he presents himself as a champion of the people, like most Liberal blowhards who do the bidding of their masters. Debunking Krugman’s economic opinions was an entire sub-category of the Internet at one point, but it’s been years since I cared about that so I don’t know if it’s still going on.

  11. I’m too lazy to look up details but…

    Janet Yellen
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg
    Elena Kagan
    Sonia Sotomayor
    Stephen Breyer
    John Roberts
    Sumner Redstone (nee Rothstein), 93

  12. –I started typing out my mixed-thoughts apologia for H.W., but I don’t feel comfortable going there. Maybe I’ll go back and reinvestigate his entire legacy. I don’t have especially ill feelings about some of his Presidential acts (clemency toward Russia–I believe his gentleman’s agreement on Germany and NATO was sincere), and perhaps his endorsing Hitlery was a kneejerk vendetta on behalf of Jebbie’s humiliation. Then again, he had eight years of Reagan to try and contemplate sterner truths in life, yet wound up officiating (iirc) at a lesbo “wedding”.

    Anyway, I’ve been meaning to get back to the Dirty Harry franchise, which I haven’t rewatched since 2014, and even contemplate rewatching them in backwards order so– perhaps this is the perfect prompt to make it a “The Dead Pool” night?

    If FBIAnon is real and true, then maybe there can be all sorts of hangings in 2017: Anderson Cooper (gay, CIA asset, stuck like a fly on horseshit with the Sandy Hook hoax– even brandished on air an Owl of Minerva drawing supposedly made by Baby Grace!-and, according to our friend Big Gay Steve, he’s a pedo too); Lindsey Graham’s opposite number Tim Kaine; blackmailed gay and thus likely pedo John Roberts (also, per Ann Coulter and the late Larry Auster, neurologically messed up in the head– is it the pizzagate baby brains they’re eating?).

  13. A little OT, but I need to put this out there:

    If anybody goes to the grocery store lately, cruise by the magazine/paperback aisle and check this out:

    Which Stephen King novel is on sale there? I’ve been to three locations recently, two different companies, and it’s the same in each: the late 1970s “The Dead Zone”.

    About a guy who kills a Presidential candidate because he “knows he’s going to be worse than Hitler.” Actually, the David Cronenberg film dramatizes this discussion about going back in time to kill Hitler if you could (justifies the “ethics” of it), which scene oddly enough is “quoted” in the subsequent 80s film “Cat’s Eye”, with James Woods drunkenly watching it and commenting, “Who writes this shit?”

    But it’s either sending out a wishful feeler to recruit some whackjob into sh**ting Trump, or else, God forbid, Deep State already has a patsy in place to make the attempt and “The Dead Zone” will be placed, Catcher in the Rye style, among his personal effects.

    God save Trump, and the world.

  14. I’ve cited “The Dead Zone” a few times, maybe here and at 28Sherman.

    That culminating scene where Sheen forces his VP’s hand on the nuclear code scanner is a true B-movie classic.

  15. “The Dead Zone” was the first book I ever read in English. I was 13 and strongly related to Johnny Smith, the main character. Thirteen is an age when you go through a storm in which you struggle to figure so many things out. I thought the sex scene in the book was badly written because it was hard to figure out what was going on once they lay the blanket on the grass. I re-read it at 25 and confirmed that the scene was not King’s best work.

    King showed a fear of working class populism in that 1979 book. What was in the air that year? His fictional “Trump” ran third party, used a hardhat as a campaign logo, and was a warmonger.

    I considered putting Kissinger on that original Death Pool list but didn’t because he simply did his job well, he publicly expressed cynicism about Clinton’s strong-arming of Milosevic… and someone who had sent so many Libs into apoplexy can’t be all bad.

  16. Big Gay Steve (he goes by a number of variations/acronyms) is my favorite commenter at Vox Popoli. As to GHWB, there is a number of unacknowledged but credible-sounding allegations — like sending Hinkley after Reagan. If you search Youtube, you’ll find arguments that link HW with the Kennedy hit. I am agnostic but open on both counts.

  17. You kids these days… get off my lawn.

    Dick Cheney has a history of CHD. Five reported heart attacks and heart transplant surgery at the age of 71 in 2012. His early demise was a standard joke 2000-2004. Actually, in that regard, it’s pretty amazing he’s still kicking all these years later. Anyway…

    David Rockefeller (99, history of CHD and 6 heart transplant surgeries; complications resulting in an antibiotic resistant staph infection would be too good for him)
    Warren Buffett (86, no known illnesses)
    Alan Greenspan (90, older than dirt)
    Ben Bernanke (63, no known illnesses)
    Tim Geithner (55, no known illnesses)
    Ted Turner (78, no known illnesses; one indulgence earned for Gods & Generals)
    Arthur Sulzberger (65, no known illnesses)
    Rupert Murdoch (85, older than Mr. Burns)
    John Pods (-esta & -horetz, pedoface)
    Robert Rubin (78, no known illnesses)

  18. Instead of early, I should have said imminent. Cheney’s imminent demise was an over-warn prog trope from 2000 to 2004.

  19. “King showed a fear of working class populism in that 1979 book. What was in the air that year? His fictional “Trump” ran third party, used a hardhat as a campaign logo, and was a warmonger.”

    Fictional?

    🙂

  20. That picture of Hillary is almost hard to believe.

    In the pictures that have surfaced of her after the election, obviously staged but still, meeting with people at the grocery and around town, she looks less awful.

    Almost as if her Big Cry on election night turned her into a human being. Is it possible?

  21. This post may have been subconsciously inspired by Pink Floyd’s song “Fletcher Memorial Home” from their last album together “Final Cut.” Although I don’t agree with Waters’ judgment on who the tyrants are, I like the song’s concept — a resting home for ageing butchers:

    Take all your overgrown infants away somewhere
    And build them a home, a little place of their own.
    The Fletcher Memorial
    Home for Incurable Tyrants and Kings.

    […]

    Did they expect us to treat them with any respect?
    They can polish their medals and sharpen their
    Smiles, and amuse themselves playing games for awhile.
    Boom boom, bang bang, lie down you’re dead.

    […]
    In the Fletcher Memorial Home for colonial
    Wasters of life and limb.

    Is everyone in?
    Are you having a nice time?
    Now the final solution can be applied.

  22. @PA,
    Yes, it was hardly the most graceful and sophisticated of mash-up parodies in the YT age, but I was hoping for at least SOME bit of reaction to that Trump/Dead Zone clip.’

    I never read the book but that movie somehow made a lasting impression on me as well, when i first saw it as a late grade-school or early middle-school kid, several years after it originally came out.

    You had made some observations about King’s Martin Sheen character, curious as to why he vilified him. I know you’re pretty savvy about contemporary American political history, but perhaps you overlooked the obvious template for that Sheen character —– George Walace, a sort-of white, populist, hyper-anti-communist figure that was prime and routinely trotted out by the fringe right and left during the 60s and 70s; Wallace’s running mate, a military officer named Curtis LeMay was possibly the inspiration for the movie’s nuclear-attack scene….. Something about Sheen’s performance in that, as over-the-top and ham-fisted as it was —– still cracks me up and resonates a certain brilliance to this day. lolzz.

  23. Huey Long may have been King’s populist paranoia archetype in Dead Zone. The book was written in 1979, and liberal fears centered on hawkish militarism and general not-niceness that was associated with conservatives. King also had (rightfully) distrust of deep state and MKUltra-like programs, which he dramatized in Firestarter. That book was written around the same time.

    I don’t know if there is anything fruitful to chase in what is essentially hippie prejudices of that time. Everything they said they fear is embodied in today’s political Left, and they didn’t even imagine population replacement.

  24. that movie somehow made a lasting impression on me as well

    The magic of the Dead Zone (book and the movie) is the incredibly sympathetic protagonist.

    But everyone who commits to the Democratic Party accepts proggism as his lord and savior, and his mind becomes cookie cutter. I saw King’s tweets over the past year. They may as well have been written by Jessica Valenti or whoever.

    I had a brilliant John Milton professor in college. Going thru “Paradise Lost” or “On Education” or a masque with him was a mind-expanding experience. Years later I looked him up and was disappointed to see him active on some change-dot-org forum, sounding exactly like… Jessica Valenti or whoever.

  25. Speaking of The Dead Zone and Unpleasant Jews.

    A trending netlix drama called Stranger Things stars Winona Ryder and set in early 80s small-town America Indiana and it very much is in that vein of what-shall-we-call-it, Spookeville? think small-town Steven King Maine.

    Yes it is very much that exact drama genre, that Steven King would be the most pointed example of.

    That this is Nowhere America, but there is something scary and dark out there. What is everyone afraid of?

    It is evil forces that we fear. And King made a pretty PENNY on it, and jeez he had some talent, back in the day.

    But this new show does a good job of making a scary scene, but it is pozzed with its retro-conned cast. It is marketed toward middle-agers who grew up then.

    Opening scene: The Gang of pre-teen boys is playing D&D but here’s the thing. Of the four of them, one is white (the one who goes missing), one is black (wow imagine that), one is mud with a deformed face, and one is a very alien looking white (we used to call them jews). These four kids are all science superstars too.

    And then at the Sheriff’s Department, the big white Sheriff has a drug problem but is otherwise white, and one of the two deputies is black. And then at the junior high school, the principle is black. Who knew that small-town Indiana in the 80s was so mixed.

    A lot of production value went into this show, and it hits on a lot of notes, including the soundtrack.

    And that ineffable genre of Steven King spooky America, is the point worth elaborating. I didn’t wake up this morning with my goal to retrofit netflix into this comment thread — No! it is in that exact genre, and a larger point remains to be drawn from that correlation.

    Ok, since this is the AR and 2017 and we all are striving mythmakers, we know what is the Larger Point in the appeal of that drama. Right? or do i have to sperg and pretend that i didn’t see the Bill Moyer special with Joeseph ‘six-footer’ Campbell?

    The other topical point on that show is Winona Ryder. She is another famous Minnesotan of notable jewish extraction. And her name is (apparently) derived of the town. But then she becomes a case study, in why is it that she is the representative actress from Minnesota, and more to the point is, what was her appeal?

    She was paired with a local B-list grunge musician back when that was a thing.

    This show is something of her swan song and she gets to play a worried mother.

  26. O.T.@Camlost,

    Check out this absolutely ridiculous PSA that a coalition of Hollywood personalities and their likes put out; it’s a ‘Stop Trump’ effort that is entirely ignorant of legitimate legal and political process—— and, yes, our debated figure, none other than ‘Toure,’ is amongst the loony cast o’ characters.

    http://truthfeed.com/video-chuck-woolery-reacts-to-out-of-touch-celebs/45633/

    To me, the takeaway kooky cameo in this is Sally Field.

  27. “And that ineffable genre of Steven King spooky America, is the point worth elaborating. I didn’t wake up this morning with my goal to retrofit netflix into this comment thread — No! it is in that exact genre, and a larger point remains to be drawn from that correlation.”

    I’m not clear on what you’re getting at, though it sounds interesting, as does this series, which i don’t think i heard about.

    Re. Minnesota and Ryder being the celeb to rep the state: hmmm, that wasn’t the case for me, as i didn’t even know she was from there. When i think of Minnesota’s famous sons and daughters, I think of Jessica Lange in terms of actors and actresses, and then specifically Hibbing, Minnesota, in that one dinky mining town produced Bob Dylan, Kevin McHale, Vincent Bugliosi and Roger Maris. In any case, i don’t know how hard you were pushing it, but i don’t think Ryder is held out as some prime exemplar of the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

  28. — But this new show does a good job of making a scary scene, but it is pozzed with its retro-conned cast (Elk)

    There are new, high-value production television thriller shows coming out each season. I’m aware of this because I see Youtube ads. Thing about them… it’s all so much hollow noise because they have the surface appearance of edgy/relevant form, but their alien spirit makes them a repellent artifact. Their casting formula always includes an edgy/maverick White man, a solid/levelheaded black man, and a slender, always angry bitch.

    The formula is ham-handed marketing of neocon values to Whites. They really want liberalism to be cool again.

    There is a TV sitcom in Poland I mentioned before, “Ranczo.” Its lead male character is also a maverick brooding embodiment of coolness. One of the minor characters is a teenage girl who adopts the look and mannerisms of a new subculture in each episode, depending of her (off-screen) boyfriends. So she’s a hippie, a grunger, an MMA fan girl, and so on. With each instance, the lead male character affectionately steers her away from her latest foolishness.

    Until she becomes a nationalist because her latest (off-screen) boyfriend is a skinhead. The lead character gives her a vicious tongue-lashing in that episode, making an impassioned and angry appeal to the audience on the depravity of xenophobes. He screams at her: “You know how I feel when I see you in this ridiculous get-up? Like I’m a jew-negro-arab all in one!”

    Centralized state agitprop (whether for domestic consumption or global export) is yesterday’s tool and AltRight memes are tomorrow — as the election of Trump demonstrated.

    — The Gang of pre-teen boys is playing D&D but here’s the thing. Of the four of them, one is white

    One of the best boyhood coming of age short stories is Stephen King’s “The Body” (later filmed as “Stand By Me). Tokenism/diversity completely kills the friendship vibes in such stories today, like adding an element that reduces the dynamic back to exactly the sum of its parts, while in its original racially-coherent form you get the magic of friendship and discovery.

    A racially diverse Stand By Me / The Body would have knocked art down to a Central Committee On Culture checklist.

  29. PA: “So she’s a hippie, a grunger, an MMA fan girl, and so on. With each instance, the lead male character affectionately steers her away from her latest foolishness…..Until she becomes a nationalist because her latest (off-screen) boyfriend is a skinhead. The lead character gives her a vicious tongue-lashing in that episode, “

    Question: is that a Polish-entertainment culture change since the late 80s crumbling of the eastern bloc? Or did that kind of politicized storyline pre-date the end of the cold war? (I’m guessing the former, but have literally no knowledge whatsoever of Polish pop culture, so I’m asking).

    “A racially diverse Stand By Me / The Body would have knocked art down to a Central Committee On Culture checklist “

    (Sigh) Not to someone (like me) who’s had a plethora of friends spanning the color spectrum FROM DAY ONE; for me and many I know of a similar background anything less would not be, umm, ‘racially coherent.’

    ” There are new, high-value production television thriller shows coming out each season. I’m aware of this because I see Youtube ads. Thing about them… it’s all so much hollow noise because they have the surface appearance of edgy/relevant form, but their alien spirit makes them a repellent artifact. Their casting formula always includes an edgy/maverick White man, a solid/levelheaded black man, and a slender, always angry bitch.”

    dude, you’re going to get pissed at me but you’re above-quoted screed is nothing less than a pitch-perfect example of someone facing the generation gap, AKA “getting older.”

    You’ve done that before —- sit back and disparage some coming-of-age trend that is incoherent to you and then literally explain what they REALLY mean, (i.e., something more congruent with your aging sensibilities.) I say this without malice; it happened to me at an amplified level, as it would to anyone who covered as age-sensitive an industry as popular music.

    You’ve got to empathize in analyzing a new trend —— and not just in terms of suppositioning some ‘others’ surface circumstances, but also considering what their formative experiences were, what have THEY been used to from day one, what constitutes their biases and cultural presuppositions.

    No disrespect; just sayin’ with heart.

  30. Tokenism/diversity completely kills the friendship vibes in such stories today, like adding an element that reduces the dynamic back to exactly the sum of its parts, while in its original racially-coherent form you get the magic of friendship and discovery.

    Exactly — (((They))) don’t seem to get the extent of the BUZZKILL that is a fake diversity cast.

    The show, and thus the series, opened with that beat of the four boys at the table playing D&D, and right away, my emotional reaction ARrrrrggg.

    Because i am an evil racist hater who wants to oven the jews and noose the nogs? no because like PA said, that extra element of magic is the REAL theme of it all — and that theme will never get off the ground, because its parts are composed of alien actors.

    What is interesting though, is that with shows like Stranger Things, they are getting that they have to slash want to appeal to that certain something that is White, but they can’t quite do it. They get the setting almost brilliantly, but then in the most CRUCIAL part which is the CAST — it is Diversity Central.

    I can’t quite remember from the credits who had the writing credit, but it was The ________ Brothers and the _________ was an not a jewish name. The Muffin Brothers or something. I thought it sounded Irish maybe. Just a net search away,

    … and it’s The Duffer Brothers, which wiki reveals as from North Carolina and an image search shows them very handsome Mid-South goys.

  31. No disrespect; just sayin’ with heart.

    No it is you that is missing the point.

    The perspective of someone who is not White is not going to see these things in the same way.

    We have been over this literally a 50 times.

    The only way that this conversation makes sense is to approach it in philosophical terms, and about the origins and meaning of knowledge and narrative themselves.

    What means something to this group is not the same thing as what means something to that group.

    And trickin — neither do you have any prerogative on the perspective of youth, moreso than anyone else here.

    You know certain youthful elements and so does everyone else.

    The point that is being made, is that these shows do not ‘do it’ for White youth.

    Trickin is suggesting that these shows appeal to youth but not to racist old-timers.

    I don’t see it that way.

  32. “Exactly — (((They))) don’t seem to get the extent of the BUZZKILL that is a fake diversity cast.”

    Yeah, but someone who is, say, 30 today, would say the precise opposite of what you and PA say, because they had the exact opposite formative experience; i.e., they likely did grow up with diversity from day one….. There are lots of 30-40-year-olds walking around who have more than a token familiarity with ‘minos’; i mean, perhaps you think that’s mere p.c. claptrap, but again i say you over-presume your past bios onto contemporary others and that is a fatuous move in terms of gaining true insight.

    I mean, do you think those who cast these shows are doing it out of personal p.c. zeal? That they don’t have tons-upon-tons of focus-group research telling them what kind of demo to the cast will be most fruitful in terms of audience reciprocation?

    Probably, if anything, said marketers and production casters view it as a six-versus-a-half-dozen dilemma, in which a key casting decision will entice their, say, 35-and-under potential viewer while alienating, i.e, ‘ringing false,’ to me, you, PA and others at the high-end age-wise for their silly-ass one-hour fantasia dramas or whatever.

    This is a socio-racial-minded blog; and a good one. But in analyzing pop-culture entertainment, it’s often just as prudent to analyze the money-minded demo moves in terms of casts and perceived audiences, as it is to interpret things through racial-political lenses. Fro the production end of pop-cult entertainment, it’s all about the Benjamins.

  33. What is contentious about these stories (these shows), is that they are AIMED at White people, and specifically susceptible white people such as women, youth, the and weak-minded; and tired old men who watch netflix and think back on how they ought to have boned Peggy Sue when they had the chance.

    They are SUPPOSED to be the stories of white people. But they are not.

    We have no problems with a mixed-race people having their own culture.

    What the Central Issue of this blog and the AR in general, is — and i say this with 100 per cent confidence and with no arrogance or presumption — is that White American and analogous White peoples are lacking their own ORGANIC culture.

    They culture that they GET is the OPPOSITE of organic. It is IMPOSED upon them.

    As far as the culture that the other populations in these Lands get to have and or create — that is its own topic. It is another topic, and closely related.

    But the complaint from the White side — the Whitelash as it were — is the culture that we get is imposed upon us. And retrofitting this youth gang of the 80s with a Diversity Cast is a definitive example.

  34. “The perspective of someone who is not White is not going to see these things in the same way.”

    Perhaps but i’m saying the ethnic balance and composition of the cast is often determined with those white viewers in mind, etc.

    But I agree; we’ve debated this before and no one’s changing anyone’s mind. For the record, I in no way said or implied that my interpretation of youth culture was anymore valid or keen than anyone else’s, etc. And I didn’t miss any point; just pointed out your completely misguided one.

    I’m sorry if i sound smug, but i feel like i know what i’m talking about when it comes to this subject IN TERMS OF THE PRODUCTION; as for being ‘tuned in’ to today’s youth, i’m actually proudly ignorant of the hot WASP zeitgeist.

  35. Fro the production end of pop-cult entertainment, it’s all about the Benjamins.

    That is completely false. They could make a billion dollars by giving white people what they want. White people are still the majority, and certainly the majority of nexflix users, and the success of shows correlates very highly with how white they are — but they never go all the way because diversity and its cult and its politics are priority number one. Not money.

    The idea that the market is the final arbiter in the production of pc-culture — has been discredited by the AR and the Sphere for 15 years. This is old hat.

    It is NOT all about the Benjamins. It is about controlling the culture.

    That is the point.

  36. Who is the target demographic for that netflix show, mixed-race teenagers, or white netflix viewers?

    It is set in the 80s in Indiana. Its target viewership is white.

  37. as for being ‘tuned in’ to today’s youth, i’m actually proudly ignorant of the hot WASP zeitgeist

    This from someone who in the past has expressed in interest in the culture of the AR.

    So which is it, trickin? Are you interested in it or not?

    You can’t have it both ways. Or you can, as long as you are indulged. But that is what gets on my nerves, is that you pretend to be interested in the emergent white culture, but the truth (as evinced in that statement) is, you are not.

    Respectfully.

  38. Couple of other points on “Stranger Things.”

    The arch villain, horrible child abuser evil scientist is Whitey McWhite, with white hair! And a kind of Trumpian coif, for that matter.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4574334/mediaviewer/rm853349632

    And the “hero” of the story is a young grrrlllll who has all kinds of magical powers, and runs around with a shaved head like some kind of dyke superhero. Though she does have a kinda romance thing with the Jewish kid character. And there is a whole sub-story of the cute teenage girl super brainiac (kind of anorexic looking) who falls for the shitlord character (always throwing negs at her, makes fun of the weirdoes) and gives it up to him rather than the weirdo with a good heart character. Amazingly, it doesn’t turn out that she goes with the weirdo, which I was suspecting. She stays with the shitlord who turns out to be ‘aight at the end. You have to give them credit for at least that bit of un-pozzed reality.

    Shitlord in the middle, cute girl to his right.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4574334/mediaviewer/rm836572416

  39. But the complaint from the White side — the Whitelash as it were — is the culture that we get is imposed upon us. And retrofitting this youth gang of the 80s with a Diversity Cast is a definitive example.

    Having watch “Stranger Things” a little bit, I don’t think their “diversity casting” is necessarily that overdone and doesn’t seem forced to me.

    I’m a lot more nauseated by movies like “Hidden Figures” or “Red Tails,” for obvious reasons.

  40. Having watch “Stranger Things” a little bit, I don’t think their “diversity casting” is necessarily that overdone and doesn’t seem forced to me.

    Agreed. By current standards, it’s very mild. And there isn’t even a HINT of miscegenation in it, which is practically a miracle these days. And the black deputy, like the white deputy, is a big doofus. In fact, they are very like the pair of cops from The Simpsons.

  41. That Miss Helsinki runner up is one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen. Essentially, a perfect European woman. Compared to the “winner” who looks like a drag queen. Ahhh, what won’t pozzed whites do to humiliate themselves!

  42. — Question: is that a Polish-entertainment culture change since the late 80s crumbling of the eastern bloc? Or did that kind of politicized storyline pre-date the end of the cold war?

    I’m not too familiar with it either. I just catch some TV when I’m there plus that “Ranczo” DVD set I once bought. In the 1970s as I remember it, boys’ television programming wouldn’t have been all that different than 1950s American: lessons on character development, confidence building, safety, etc. There was state propaganda, but it was mostly anti-German WWII-themed TV shows.

    Speaking of WWII, something that will seem strange to readers in North America is how much safety lectures we got in elementary school on what to do when encountering unexploded ordnance. One occasionally read a news article about kids in woods or at a construction site finding a bomb, sometimes with tragic results.

    When I was there this summer, I didn’t see any non-White in a TV commercial or show.

    — dude, you’re going to get pissed at me but you’re above-quoted screed is nothing less than a pitch-perfect example of someone facing the generation gap, AKA “getting older.”

    LOL! television is for old people.

    — Ahhh, what won’t pozzed whites do to humiliate themselves!

    It would be interesting to know about the machinations behind that pageant. Gay/Jew transgressive fapping? Pity-driven charity for what is an ugly woman even by the standards of her own race (kind of like making a Downs Syndrome kid the prom king)? A directive from higher-up for Kulturkampf reasons?

    Either way, what marks late-decadent liberalism is its functionaries’ apparent belief in their own propaganda. You can’t spend fifty years repressing un-PC thoughts without it warping your own thinking.

  43. I would modify my ratings slightly, not that it matters.

    They are all 8+ except for the two weirdos on the left, and the native outlier grouped with them, who is a comfortable if homely 7 — would bang!

    The two best are the two on the right — honest 9.5’s.

    Those on the right are better people. I have a lengthy post on that topic.

  44. Maybe with Helsinki being their International center they have the mutlicult pressure, here’s a more “palatable” group, Miss Finland 2015

  45. Reconsideration: elk made some good, effective points. I overreacted to his initially saying I missed the point. But, yeah, there is pizza intent in these storylines.

    My valid point, and I’m confident on this, is that many don’t realize how test-marketed is content along ethnodemographics, & I somewhat exploited our riff to intro that point. Of course there’s lib bent in tinseltown. But your wrong in believing they’re indifferent to pinpointing and placating the demo. Some counter with the Mel Gibson Christ tale. But that was relative peanuts in terms of mainstream Hollywood -scale production…… So elk, I’ll humbly apologize but persist on my other points……… Now it’s time for the Packers to kick mf-ing ass!

  46. There are many prettier black women than Miss Helsinki.

    IMO she is not pretty at all, but the truth is that her looks probably put her in the most attractive 5% of (continental) African women – they generally don’t have any (badly needed) non-black ancestry.

  47. Nobody would begrudge a pure-black Miss Senegal, and a psychologically healthy person would in fact find it unpleasant to see an Indian or some other foreign woman elected to represent that country’s apex beauty — just like it is a mortal insult to Finns to select a foreign woman to represent Finnish beauty.

    Beauty queens of every race have more or less neotenous features. Once doesn’t have to be sexually attracted to an African woman to appreciate why she is wearing her country’s crown. “Miss Helsinki” is not even neotenous. She has a wide frog-mouth and close-set beady eyes.

    It’s easy to forget, if you are psychologically and spiritually healthy, that a lot of people are not like you, and they are concentrated at the heights of Western cultural institutions. Elite liberals are in fact damaged and possibly demon-possessed. That “Gotthard Tunnel” post (for which I get a daily stream of web-search traffic) is an example of liberals’ attraction to elemental ugliness.

    A broken soul abides by a broken aesthetic and what for us is a dissonant turd in a Finnish creambowl, to them is affirming.

  48. As usual, a certain someone squeals like a corncob up the rear whenever someone suggests that European women are the beauty standard, you can set your watch to it – clockwork. Better hold off on that 3rd stoli cocktail, and start getting ready for your complete demolition next Sunday at the casino.

  49. Three Packers Peartinis and aesthetics goes straight out the window, n-crit? No, those Miss Whatevers aren’t ‘all fukable.’

    Dallas has got the Pax number, no doubt. I don’t typically follow U.S. football anymore, but the Cowboys coming up again may coincide with America herself bouncing back. Jerry Jones could suit up as tailback instead of Zeke and it would still be sound win for D-Town.

    Churrz

  50. Yeah. The casino is daunting. No way around it….. It’s unlikely on paper. I know…. Yes. I am drinking. Elk does it. So the halfrican can too every now and then, dammit!…….. G’night (burp).

  51. Yeah. The casino is daunting. No way around it….. It’s unlikely on paper.

    Actually, I’ve been to AT&T stadium and the experience is unlike any other venue. It’s simply worlds ahead of any other in the NFL. (at great cost, of course). But until Dak Prescott came along they haven’t played well at home, one of the knocks against Tony Romo is that he doesn’t defend the home stadium – he wins home and away with the same frequency.

    The Cowboys are under .500 lifetime at their own new stadium since it opened in 2009. A lot of people call it “the casino” because of how many different activities and amenities they’ve managed to squeeze under one roof – it boggles the eye.

    But if Aaron Rogers has a good game they can surely win, provided that Aaron isn’t abducted by aliens between now and then;

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/aaron-rodgers-wild-ufo-story-might-make-you-believe-in-ufos/

  52. I come from seeing a “White skin is due to recessive genes, how long will it take before there are no white people left?” thread.

    Browsing any non “far right” (as the deceivers name them) media platform means having to swallow content of that sort every now and then.
    A very few complain, and even these few do so very lightly and mildly.

    You solve nothing by having people die if the springs from which problems originate are left intact.

    I’ll buy a bottle of fine wine when white masochism and fecklessness die out. This is much easier to occur than the envy-driven paranoia of other groups who feel inferior to disappear.
    I can’t help wondering how much bullying will be needed for them to undergo before rediscovering dignity and identity.

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