Monday, November 21, 2011

Homo Sapiens Discovers His True Calling

C'mon mon, we be habbin' de happiness time.

I just don't see these critters in Von Braun conceptual paintings harvesting asteroids for rare metals and floating around in their pajamas like Captain Kirk firing their phasers.

They'll definitely be floating around, though. That's about as close to the moon as these manboons will ever get again.


Anonymous said...

Remember that girl from Blair Witch Project?

She made a new career out of growing dope and writing poetry about the drugged out scene.

I assume she White Flighted from California due the "Crime" (nothing to do with race) and lives in the backwoods of Oregon, with her Democrat votin, druggie buddies.

Leftards, what are they used for?

Anonymous said...

Tex's last year has been a sad transformation from a half-decent source for survival to a raving puritanical and anti-free market leftist.

Cannabinoid receptors in the brain, how do they work?

Anonymous said...

On one hand I personally have no interest in narcotics, however on the other, government enforced prohibition of any substance or article has never solved anything.

Also, the Joe Rogan podcast would not be anywhere near as interesting without certain vices.

- deadman.

Texas Arcane said...

I've always believed drug prohibition should be ended.

I also believe all drug cultures end up third world hellholes.

Dope smoking doesn't make you into a rocket scientist, it makes you into a 40 year old man who has never kissed a girl and still thinks he solves all the problems of the planet once a day during toke time.

Dope is fail on every level, but it's never as fail as dopers themselves.

Texas Arcane said...

The people of the West know they are about to fail, this obsession with dope is their anaesthesia so they don't have to watch the dreams of their forefathers end with two enrichers fighting over baby meat amidst smoking radioactive rubble. They're hoping to get so stoned they don't even notice their own extinctions.

I think Mother Nature does this as a way of easing failures off the face of reality. It's the white flag of the terminal patient. In this sense, all marijuana is medical purpose for the Kwanstain.

Anonymous said...

"Dope smoking doesn't make you into a rocket scientist"

I feel the same way about alcohol.

Some of my parents friends that started out social drinkers in their youth, now suckle on the teat of alcohol, like overly dependent infants.

They can be mildly interesting when sober, but are crushing bores when drunk and they are drunk almost every night.

Why anyone would deliberately lower their IQ by at least 50 points, is beyond me.

Why not drive your car into a brick wall? It would have the same effect on your brain and clearly you enjoy being in that state, so why not make it a permanent lifestyle choice?

IMO, the only thing stupider than druggies and booze hounds, is we ALLOW these retards a say in our civilization's future.


Sure, they can do as they like, its a free country, but only retards allow morons, imbeciles and idiots, a say in their future.

Borderline Deficiency (IQ 70-80), Moron (IQ 50-69), Imbecile (IQ 20-49) and Idiot (below 20). Mental deficiency is now generally called mental retardation.

Texas Arcane said...

This is why I think suffrage is a privilege and certain people shouldn't get it.

Anybody who pooh-poohs any notion of limited government and simply votes for whoever promises the most free stuff and says emotionally appealing vapid gibberish should not be allowed to vote. (95% of women) "We need to love that which we love and love it with real love for the children." (All females will vote for any male who talks this sort of cold, calculating and meaningless rubbish)

Democracy is mob rule. A Republic picks its best and brightest and makes them into it's leaders.

Anonymous said...

"Dope is fail on every level, but it's never as fail as dopers themselves."

There is moderation and there is excess. I think there is a huge difference between someone who might try the stuff out once in a blue moon VS someone who is a chronically addicted habitual user.

I fall in the extreme moderate camp: I've indulged in marijuana use in certain social situations, but in retrospect I feel it is highly overrated. I gain a much nicer feeling with just the right amount of alcohol. And I'm hardly a 'booze hound', I only get drunk about one time per year at most. So on those rare occasions that I do indulge in alcohol, I enjoy those moments.

Some of the most talented people have used narcotics (Poe with opium, Steve Jobs and LSD) but they've used these in the context of a larger society where such behavior was frowned upon.

But I recognize that not everyone can take things in moderation. With the legalization of narcotics, we might solve the problem of expending law enforcement resources, but drug addiction will become an increased social problem.