Servant Barbecued by Rich Couple

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Wow. No need to make “newz” up, folks. Although I wish they’d fill in the blanks. Multiple news outlets are reporting on a bizarre story about a rich couple in the UK who burned their nanny, and were burning the body in their back yard when someone smelled it and wondered if it was “barbecue.” 

“Sabrina Kouider, ex-girlfriend of former Boyzone member Mark Walton, was charged with murder this morning after the remains of her nanny were found badly burned in the back of her yard.”

Okay, WHY? The trend today in reporting is to report quick and first, hit you with multiple ads and popups in order read the story, and then move on to the next nutjob. I want to understand the how and why, and what led up to this madness. There are always hidden reasons and motives, developed slowly over time. THAT is the story. But reporters are lazy. They are just looking for eyeballs, viral videos, TMZ stuff, so they can sell you more junk food and prescription drugs (which aren’t allowed on TV in most countries.) Follow the money. Just say NO to poor quality anything, and go HERE to read my interview with the co-writer of the Hall & Oates biography from John Oates titled Change of Seasons. And stay doomed for more, my friends…



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Fistery Channel: The Roman Colosseum Inspired Modern Sports Coliseums

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Despite widespread gunfire and social breakdown in Rio, others DO want to host the Olympics. Including Los Angeles. At a high pricetag for an event that has lost billions for everyone hosting IT. Grand Theft Auto Los Angeles for real? “The Games Must Go On!”

New archeological evidence proves that the modern NFL and NHL, as well as NASCAR, began on the floor of Rome’s Colosseum when gladiators sliced and diced each other into bite sized chunks for Growl Mix. That’s the first canned cat (ie. lion) food—while chariots raced around in circles lopping off the heads of anyone who didn’t follow the games. “We all suspected this was true,” says Dr. Alfred Zimmer of the Archeological Society and the IOC, “but we now know from genetic evidence too that ancient and medieval societies live on today in the guise of national sports programs. Not only does this explain the painted faces, the stampedes and riots, and innumerable bar brawls, but it explains the girl you overhear crying on her cell phone as she sobs, ‘You never listen, you’re too busy watching Apple TV…and now what…you’re just going to walk away? That’s typical. I’m just a game to you, and after you score, you change the channel, you stupid, heartless son of a bleep.’” Next up, the connection between tailgate parties and togo parties.

sports atheistDied You Know) Osama bin Laden was a SOCCER and VOLLEYBALL fan. Hitler loved TRACK AND FIELD, particularly JAVALIN THROWING. Attila the Hun loved FENCING and LAWN DARTS. They were all vicious killers. What’s your excuse?Walter Witty


Will Smith…he loves football, but thinks the game needs a reality check. What do you think?Will Smith

Footnote) Do you have an opinion? No one really cares. Maybe not even your spouse or child. If you’ve just won the Powerball, they will care. A lot. Barring this extreme event, however, you’re pretty much on your own. People believe what they want to believe, mostly. It’s called “Confirmation bias.” The facts really don’t matter. More important, we are told, is body language, social skills, looks, and fitness. Yes, that’s right. Physical fitness. Not mental fitness. If you are a highly educated genius with a 66 pack brain, but look like a slob (or you picked the wrong tie during a bad hair day), people are more likely to believe the sharply dressed Flat Earther or History Channel executive with 6 pack abs. The exception to this is the CEO of Crossfit, who does look like a slob, and couldn’t dress a zombie. But again, that’s the Powerball side of the equation. If you’re rich, short, and bald (but rich) many women will fawn all over you. Some men, too. Research shows that being rich increases the perception of anyone. Take the tech guy at the Apple Event, who came out wearing a wrinkled shirt pulled out of his jeans on purpose. You’re selling very expensive products with high precision and beauty, yet you come out on stage dressed like a homeless guy? That’s a psychological ploy working on a subliminal level: you don’t want to audience to think you believe you’re superior. You want them to think you’re one of them…which you aren’t, because not only aren’t you homeless, but you drive a Maserati. Regarding the bald thing, we tend to believe that bald men are smarter, especially if they have big eyes and small noses. (Source: Riveted by Jim Davies) This is because of the Greys. Not the 50 Shades of Grey guy, but the little shiny guys who abduct people and probe them. Hairless, big eyes, small noses and mouths. It was an invention for a movie, but the image of the Greys haunt people to this day. UFO alien sightings usually describe Greys, although there is absolutely no reason to believe aliens would look like that, in addition to it being a total fabrication in Hollywood. (Aliens are more likely to be machines, as in 2001.) And so we come back to Confirmation Bias. That’s the very human instinct to seek out evidence that supports opinions one already has, while ignoring all evidence to the contrary. If there’s a zombie virus in America, this is IT. But of course that’s Stephen King’s story.



NEWS: Stay Doomed for More

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Breakfast, America?

…Blue Mondays, blues music, blue Avatar and Game of Thrones creatures, little blue pills, blue balls in India, blue light specials (even on the Alexa app advertised in the Emoji Movie), and….red balloons….

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Celebrities can bend time and space around them by sheer power of ego. There is no escape from the singularity at the center of the BlackHole of nightmares and dreamscapes. Just ask Stephen King.