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It appears that showing poster board size dick pics of Hunter Biden at a House Oversight Committee hearing last year wasn't enough for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. She's come up with yet another way to attract the attention she craves.

"Greene says Judge Engoron 'should be disrobed'"

As per this article:

"Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) went after New York Judge Arthur Engoron on Thursday, demanding he be "disrobed" for his $355 million business fraud verdict against former President Trump last week.

Engoron ruled that Trump and his company committed business fraud by manipulating the value of assets, including inflating the value of his Florida home, the Mar-a-Lago club."

Well, Tricky Dick Nixon had Spiro T. Agnew, so maybe MAGAt Marge is the appropriate choice for Dishonest Don's next running mate. After all, Marge has a way with words too, just like Agnew, and we can always count on her to stay classy.

Here's the link to this article:      MAGAt Marge Wants Judge Disrobed
It's my understanding that the sacred Discordian holiday of Chaosflux recognizes, and celebrates the potent seeds of Discord being quickened in the fertile soil of Chaos. (It's that Hodge and Podge, Yin and Yang thing.) That, and early Northern Hemisphere living Discordians needed an excuse to celebrate something of their own in the cold, bleak, heathen month of February.   

And, for this holiday, the Discordian Wiki clearly revealed to me, personally, how I should party on this sacrosanct holy day. (This is clearly a Divine Inspiration situation. Hail Eris!) So, I'm going to arrange a Cacophonous game of Calvinball! I know, I know, this all reads like hyperbole. But, take a good look at my avatar. This is all way, way more than mere coincidence! This is the very definition of Synchronicity!

Hail Eris!
February 19, 2009 - The Tea Party Movement Was Launched

This astroturfed movement, financed by David Kock, was launched in protest of the election of Barack Hussein Obama II, the first African-American president of the United States of America.

Starting out as a fashionable, publicly acceptable version of the openly racist KKK, the Tea Party has since morphed into the redneck, openly authoritarian and racist MAGA movement. That's progress for you.
High Weirdness / Re: The Illuminati in the News
February 18, 2024, 06:08:10 AM
"Who are the Illuminati and why are they taking over TikTok?"

As per this article:

"If there's one thing social media loves, it's a conspiracy theory.

From who shot JFK to the existence of aliens, we're all fascinated by anti-establishment narratives, whether we believe in them or not.

Enter... the Illuminati, the centuries-old society that has become a byword for a corrupt elite.

The name is so powerful that it has begun to rule TikTok, becoming this year's most talked-about counter-mainstream idea."

And, further along in this article:

"In 1963, a text emerged out of America's LSD-fuelled Summer of Love, titled 'Principia Discordia'.

The book was, in essence, a parody centred on a brand new "faith" called Discordianism, whose purpose was to shake up society.

According to broadcaster David Bramwell, who has written extensively about the myth, its co-authors, Kerry Thornley, Greg Hill and Robert Anton Wilson "decided that the world was becoming too authoritarian, too tight, too closed, too controlled."
They wanted to bring about disruption and chaos, and realised that "the way to do that was to spread disinformation," Bramwell told the BBC."

This is a long article that then goes on to describe the numerous references to the Illuminati now appearing on TikTok.

Here's the link to this article:      The Illuminati Taking Over TikTok
Techmology and Scientism / Re: Beef Cell Techmology
February 17, 2024, 09:08:14 AM
There are new advancements in Beef Cell Techmology!

"Scientists grow 'meaty' rice hybrid food for protein kick"

"Scientists have created a new type of hybrid food - a "meaty" rice that they say could offer an affordable and eco-friendly source of protein."

As per this article:

"The porous grains are packed with beef muscle and fat cells, grown in the lab.
The rice was first coated in fish gelatine to help the beef cells latch on, and the grains were left in a petri dish to culture for up to 11 days.
The researchers say the food may serve as "relief for famine, military ration, or even space food" in the future.
It remains to be seen whether consumers would take to it if it gets to market."

I don't know exactly how long it's going to take, but I believe this "meaty" rice is going to be in the markets in the not-so-distant future. And, I wouldn't be at all surprised if it's named "Beefaricey."

Here's the link to this article:      Further Advancements in Beef Cell Techmology
"Jordan Klepper Puts U.S. Gun Problem in Terms NFL Fans Can Understand"

As per this article:

"More than 24 hours after gunfire erupted during the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade on Wednesday—killing one person and injuring at least 22 others—we still know very little about exactly what led to the tragic events or who is responsible for them. "The good news is we do know one of the heroes that helped stopped the shooting," said The Daily Show correspondent/this week's guest host Jordan Klepper on Thursday.

"It wasn't a good guy with a gun," Klepper continued. "It wasn't anybody bearing arms. It was just a guy with arms.""

And, further along in this article:

""There were more than 800 police officers there, and all they could do was react after it happened," said Klepper, who then attempted to appeal to The Daily Show's viewers by putting his own argument for why gun control is necessary into football terms:

"America needs a defensive strategy that will stop a guy from getting the ball in the first place. Not just hope someone tackles him before he gets to the end zone. That's not a winning strategy—unless you're playing the Jets."

Klepper took the analogy even further when he stated that "we need to limit the size of the ball. That ball is a weapon of war; the Founders didn't anticipate the ball would be this big; I'm in too deep with this metaphor. I hear it now. You get the idea.""

Sounds like a game plan to me. Hey, it's worth a shot try.

Here's the link to this article:      Gun Control in 'Merican Football Terms
"Bizarre Footage Shows Cop Open Fire After Mistaking Acorn for Gunshot"

As per this article:

"Shocking body-camera footage released this week showed a Florida cop's dangerous overreaction, in which he dropped, rolled, and unloaded an entire clip from his pistol in the direction of a restrained suspect after mistaking an acorn falling on his patrol car for a gunshot.

Jesse Hernandez, of the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office in the Florida Panhandle, resigned a month after the incident as his superiors ultimately determined his use of force "was not objectively reasonable."

Footage of the incident, which occurred in November, surfaced for the first time this week. In it, Hernandez is seen flinging himself to the ground while calling out "shots fired" four times. He does a roll, breaks his sunglasses, and then pulls out his handgun and opens fire at his own patrol car.

Hernandez's partner, Sergeant Beth Roberts, emerges and opens fire herself after confirming with Hernandez that someone shot at him. Making the situation all-the-more baffling, Hernandez, while firing around 18 shots, was grunting and yelled out to his partner, "I'm hit, oh, I'm hit.""

So, Florida and cops ... who knew? It's a good thing neither cop could shoot worth a damn.

Here's the link to the article:      Florida Cops Open Fire after Acorn Falls on Patrol Car
February 15, 1946 - ENIAC, the 1st Digital Computer, Was Dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania

The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer was the first programmable, electronic, general-purpose digital computer. Other computers had combinations of these features, but the ENIAC had all of them in one computer.

ENIAC was huge, taking up a 1,500-square-foot room. It was made up of 40 panels arranged in a U-shape along three of the room's walls. Along with the panels, which were each 8 feet high, 2 feet wide, and 2 feet deep, the machine included 70,000 resistors, 17,000 vacuum tubes, 10,000 capacitors, 1,500 relays, and 6,000 switches. ENIAC ran constantly to extend the life of its vacuum tubes, and it generated large amounts of heat. The room had to have its own air conditioning system to keep the computer from overheating.
Techmology and Scientism / Re: Weekly Science Headlines
February 13, 2024, 05:30:19 PM
"Discovery of a second ultra-large structure in distant space further challenges what we understand about the universe"

As per this article:

"The Big Ring on the Sky is 9.2 billion light-years from Earth. It has a diameter of about 1.3 billion light-years, and a circumference of about four billion light-years. If we could step outside and see it directly, the diameter of the Big Ring would need about 15 full Moons to cover it.

It is the second ultra-large structure discovered by University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) PhD student Alexia Lopez who, two years ago, also discovered the Giant Arc on the Sky. Remarkably, the Big Ring and the Giant Arc, which is 3.3 billion light-years across, are in the same cosmological neighbourhood – they are seen at the same distance, at the same cosmic time, and are only 12 degrees apart on the sky.   

And, a little further along in the article:

"Alexia said: "Neither of these two ultra-large structures is easy to explain in our current understanding of the universe. And their ultra-large sizes, distinctive shapes, and cosmological proximity must surely be telling us something important – but what exactly?"

Well ... that Big "Ring" on the Sky looks like a Big Apple on the Sky to me. And, any real Discordian immediately knows what that's all about.

Here's the link to this article:      The Big "Ring" on the Sky
Aneristic Illusions / Re: The Republicult™ On Parade
February 13, 2024, 10:48:21 AM
Quote from: Bruno on February 13, 2024, 05:13:51 AMEric Prince (Betsy DeVos's brother and founder of Blackwater) wants to bring back full blown military colonialism.

I don't doubt a new and improved US Imperial Business Model (USIBM) would be quite lucrative for a guy like Prince. And, since he can't sell mercenary services to Putin unless TFG is reelected, and Ukraine may not be interested in giving Prince a contract, he may very well be trying to drum up business opportunities elsewhere.
"Biden Sets Internet Alight With 'Dark Brandon' Super Bowl Reaction"

As per this article:

"President Joe Biden had conspiracy theorists in a tizzy after posting what appeared to be his reaction to the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win on Sunday night. "Just like we drew it up," Biden posted on X alongside a photo of "Dark Brandon," the meme created by hardcore—and very online—supporters of Donald Trump that Biden and his team loved so much they adopted it as their own."

And, this is why I love me some conspiracy theories.

Here's this article's link:   Dark Brandon Reacts to MAGAt's Conspiracy Theory
"All the times number 13 was relevant in Super Bowl 58: A Taylor Swift conspiracy theory"

As per this article:

"LAS VEGAS — The Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl 58 on a 13-play drive in overtime.

And all of us are wondering, "Were the Swifties right?""

Well, Plan A of this conspiracy worked according to plan! (I love it when a plan comes together!) But, I wasn't worried, because Plan B was being held in reserve.

And, you might ask, what was Plan B? I'm glad I asked that question for you. Plan B is short for Plan DSBP, otherwise known as the Plan Deep State Backup Plan. This plan would have been executed had the San Francisco 49ers somehow managed to win the game. Had that have actually happened, agents would have immediately leaked to the MSM that the Deep State had orchestrated the win for the San Francisco 49ers, at the direction of Nancy Pelosi, the Supreme Liberal Fearless Leader (SLFL) of San Francisco (She's also the reputed head of The Department of Redundancy Department).

Now, I realize some may believe this whole Plan B thing is preposterous. But, think about it. The MAGAts fell for Plan A, didn't they?   

Here's the link to the article:      Success for Plan A of the Taylor Swift Super Bowl Conspiracy!
Two vast and trunkless legs of stone / Re: Film Flam
February 11, 2024, 05:54:06 PM
The Gentlemen, a 2019 flick, was on cable the other day. It's categorized as an action comedy, and has a cast of well known actors including Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnan, Hugh Grant, and Colin Farrell.

In this flick, Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell play characters far enough out of their typical acting range that I didn't recognize them at first. And, Charlie Hunnan's character, although easily recognizable, was also different from the screen heroes he normally portrays. But, after watching the entire movie, it occurred to me that if Matthew McConaughey continues to find roles like this one, he may eventually succeed Steve McQueen as the new "King of Cool."
It appears the natural (green) burial trend is upsetting some people in flyover country.

"Idaho Lawmaker Moves To Ban Non-Consensual Cannibalism"

As per this article:

"A Republican lawmaker in Idaho introduced a bill on Thursday meant to expand the state's cannibalism law to make it illegal to feed people to other people who don't know they're eating people.
Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, explained that she had heard about this whole human composting thing that's been legalized in several states in the last few years and became very concerned about the possibility of this leading to people being served "the flesh or blood of a human being" without their "knowledge or consent."

"I didn't want to see that in my Home Depot stores," Scott said, assuming that this would actually mean she could go to the hardware store and pick up a bag full of wood-chipped human flesh to spread around her backyard garden."

Actually, now that I've thought about it, I'm not too crazy about consensual cannibalism either.

Here's the link to the article:      Proposed Expansion of Idaho's Cannibalism Law
Bring and Brag / Re: Favorite Sentences Megathread
February 11, 2024, 12:14:21 AM
"Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you."

- Joseph Heller