Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Utopia, and All the Other Predictable Programs


Amazon has a new series out called Utopia. Of course, since this is 2020, there is nothing actually new anymore. And so it is that Utopia is a remake of a 2013 Channel Four series. The premise is that a bunch of geeks find a hidden prophecy to a devastating epidemic inside an old comic book and set out to foil the evil corporate conspirators working to make this prophecy come true.

LOL; you know it's a fantasy story when current-year geeks are doing anything but rolling up in total submission to globocrat power. Well, that, plus crying and shrieking hysterically. Plus, doxxing and harassing anyone who even looks sideways at absolute corporate hegemony.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Pledge Week for the Horny Beast


Because we're at the point where the Simulation has gotten tired of gaslighting us and is now just downright trolling us, an article so self-parodic it reads like it was written on a dare has popped up on the HuffPost. That's the dying, desiccated husk of the old Huffington Post, which committed Wokeicide a few years back and is now a haven for shrieking morons of all shapes and sizes.

The corporate media has futile pledge drives for The Satanic Temple at least once a year, so I guess this is the week for it.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

The Kewties Kult

I was going to write another installment on Raised by Wolves, but I fell asleep. 

I woke up, thought about it again, then instantly passed out again. 


Thursday, September 10, 2020

Et Noctem, in Secundi Ante Bellum Civile Americanum


Guess what time it is? It's sundown. 

No, don't look at your watch.

I mean it's sundown for the Great American Experiment. 

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Mother May Eye? Raised by Wolves


When I first heard of HBOs new series Raised by Wolves, I yawned. It looked like yet another blast of anti-human brainwash (or "the Agenda") in the guise of "science fiction." It also looked incredibly dated and rather desperate, as it posits a universe in which human-like androids and interstellar space travel are actually possible

Sad, isn't it?

But as I watched the pilot I was very pleasantly surprised. While the first episode of Raised by Wolves incorporates all the tedious and exhausting tropes of Transhumanist SF, it brilliantly undermines them and shows what absolute nonsense they all are.