Sunday, January 23, 2022

The Spirits of '79: Madness at the Movies

The ephemeral-yet-palpable strangeness of 1979 was well-documented in that year's cinematic offerings. Which is a bit curious, given that most of them would have been made in 1978. But 1978 was a pretty weird year too, just in a slightly different way. 

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

The Spirits of '79: Apocalypse Then and Now

I can't exactly say why, but the way 2022 is shaping up reminds me a lot of 1979. It's more a feeling than anything else, but it's almost like you can sense the gaskets on the ship of state starting to blow in the same way you got back then. 1979 was a much darker and more violent year than anything a lot of people born afterwards might remember, but there are a lot of themes that seem to be repeating.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Experimental Meme Therapy

Get ready, because they'll definitely be rolling that agenda out again in the Spring, especially as we get closer to the Midterms. The published polling is so catastrophic, I can only imagine how the internal polling looks. The only question being is which cities are next in line for the Maidanizing. 

Monday, January 10, 2022

Something Happened on the Day He Died

The Muses choose broken vessels: that's just the way it's always been. Bill "Spaceman" Lee once said the better the athlete the bigger the a-hole he'll probably be, and the corollary in music is the greater the musician, the more broken the psyche. And no psyche was more broken than that of David Bowie's in the midst of his mid-70s enslavement to the Devil's Dandruff.

Thursday, January 06, 2022

January 666th: March of the Patsies

Today marks the one-year anniversary of what I like to call "the Patsy Prom," which some drama queens call the "Capitol Hill Insurrection." What it actually was was a bunch of dimwitted dupes dancing like trained monkeys for the media, on the short leashes of the Feds and their CI's, agents and assets. 

In other words, behaving exactly the way their enemies wanted them to.

Sunday, January 02, 2022

Trust the LIE-ence: The Hypostasis of the Epstein

Everyone is taking it easy and girding their loins for what is looking to be a volatile 2022, so let's just sit back and remind ourselves how rapacious, corrupt and fraudulent the scientific establishment has become, and exactly who made them that way.