That Not Full Glass

Half-Full, Half-Empty, or RapedThat Glass – Half-Full, Half-Empty, or Raped?

Yeah, how you see the glass says a lot about your inherent biases and viewpoint. In the case of the Feminists, this is especially true since their viewpoint in completely skewed by their rape fantasies.

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2016 Political Outlook

At the risk, such at it us, of sounding like a person of my age of any given generation, the 2016 elections seem to be one of America’s true watershed moments. To me it seems that we as a nation and people are and have been treading water in the middle of the Rubicon and are finally at the point where me must choose to: cross back to our own lands, cross over into something else, or simply allow ourselves to sink and drown.

Half Empty, Half Full, Piss
The 2016 Political Outlook

And, more so than has been usually the case, the major political players are each stark, living banners of the political, moral, and philosophical outlooks of the various subsets of America’s electorate.

Shall we make America great again by restoring and renewing it? Shall we further its transformation into something utterly unrecognizable? Or shall we drown, in this case in the effluvia of our own waste?

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America's First Daughter: A Novel
Infinite Resignation: On Pessimism
Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things
Theories of International Politics and Zombies: Revived Edition
The Stupidity Paradox: The Power and Pitfalls of Functional Stupidity at Work

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