As funny as this is – or, perhaps, the reason this is funny if Mark Twain is to be believed – with Creepy Uncle Joe’s already failing mind seeming to degrade before our eyes and ears, it’s rapidly getting to the point where we’re going need something to decode his senile, dementia-ridden mumblings.
Sweet dreams, folks. 👿 Maybe now you’ll learn not to surf the internet right before bed. And yes, this squirmy bit of ravenous nightmare fuel is real.
Please remember that, while music is a form of art, one must engineer a symphony in order to get it right. 😆
I’m not even going to equivocate. When one of my wives showed me these redone book covers for some of the classic sci-fi/fantasy novels, I: smoked, snorted, rolled my eyes, laughed out loud, and spit coffee over my laptop, depending upon each image. It was such a good start to the day that I decided to share with everyone.
Oh, and if all, most, or some of these images leave you wondering, don’t feel bad at all. These are comically redone first edition – I’m pretty sure the only edition is a few cases – covers of novels and novellas that I read as a kid. I’d hazard a guess that they’re all 50 or more years old.
One of the most common and, in my opinion, most pernicious arguments wielded against orthocegenation is “Think of the children.” Some sorts are really, really concerned that children of more than one race don’t fit into the easy “race identities” and have decided that this is wrong and harmful.
But then, that is their problem. Indeed, they are the problem. They’re devotees of Identity Politics and can’t handle mixed-race people since they don’t fit in the neatly segregated racial buckets that make such political schemes possible.
So yeah, I think of the children… and I smile, knowing that they’ve got a better chance of beauty, just by the nature of being of mixed racial characteristics, and beauty is a measurable advantage, especially when combined with a proper upbringing and those advantages. 😉