Build teh Wall: Supplemental


Read first:
My plan to save America

One of my collaborators made the excellent suggestion of having killer robots police teh Wall, so here is the model I have selected:


•••••, I’m thinking we should add some security to OUR side of teh Wall, just in case the Caligonians manage to make it past the electric fence and the drones and teh Wall itself.

I’m thinking special forces, possibly backed up by National Guard.  Also, how would you feel about building a moat?


Well, I obviously 🙄 plan to seize control of Silicon Valley and have their servers transferred over to Jeff Bezo’s new NOVA HQ before construction of teh Wall is complete.  (Bernie Sanders will be overseeing that contract.)

I mean, what didja think the SSIC hearings were actually about?  RUSSIA? 🤣  Don’t make me laugh.

Vladimir Vladimirovich is a pawn of Mark Zuckerburg.  The shady Silicon-sponsored Shallow-State Sacramento Shadow Government routinely interferes with Russia’s elections to keep Vlad and Medvedevevevev (Jack Dorsey’s crony) in power as a means of gathering data on how a freedom-loving people with a strong history of government transparency might respond in the event of an authoritarian takeover.

It’s just another social experiment, like the one Facebook conducted on our newsfeeds back in 2014.

Don’t be fooled by evil exteriors; Vlad is actually a really swell guy who loves kittens and puppies and hates All Bad Things.

Hyperbole and a Half Book


Most exciting Christmas present of 2013: Hyperbole and a Half book.

I love Allie Brosh’s blog, and her new book was everything I hoped it would be and more.  From my Review:

I was initially very excited to have received this from myself for Christmas (thanks, self!) only now I feel as if Allie has failed me.

I cannot communicate the sheer excitement and wonder I felt to be finally holding this book in my hands.  Despite having a family that obviously expected to spend some time with me on Christmas Day, I found myself holed up in my bedroom (and at times, the bathroom), unable to put this @#$ @#$! book down.  I finished it in one sitting.

Afterwards, I felt empty inside.  Empty because I’d enjoyed this book so much, a book I’d promised myself I would enjoy one chapter at a time, savoring the delightful anecdotes and sage reflections which originally drew me into Allie’s blog and have kept me coming back for more — hungrily… like, velociraptor hungrily — ever since.  Instead, I yielded all self-control and ended up binging on this work.

If my brain were like a dog and I had the option of regurgitating the experience of this book and then re-ingesting my own brain-spew, I would do so over and over and over again.  However, my brain is not like a dog, and even if this were a possibility, I imagine it could only be accomplished a finite number of times before my brain completely turned to mush.

Which brings me back to my original point: that I feel Allie has in some way failed me.  No, I take that back; the truth is that she has failed us all.

It’s downright cruel to force someone to transition from the highly pleasurable state of Reading This Book to the dull and empty state of No Longer Reading This Book.  True, Hyperbole and a Half can and most certainly will be read over and over and over again, but the effect just isn’t quite the same.  It’s the difference between meeting someone new and exciting (before the novelty of it wears off and you discover they were lying about their marital status) and visiting old friends.  You’d better believe I’ll be revisiting this book, but I still want more.  From Allie Brosh.  A Part Two.  NOW.

If Allie truly cared about her fans, she would have found some means of communicating with her future self (like, her super-distant future self — from so far into the future that half her organs are made of synthetic materials and the other half have been cloned from canine stem cells), instructing her future self to send all future volumes of the Hyperbole and a Half book series back in time to Christmas 2013 so that they may be enjoyed sequentially and without delay, thus sparing us the dreadful inconvenience of waiting for Allie to write material before we can read it.

But Allie didn’t do this.  Thus, she has failed.  Which means that she must not truly love us — or that her future self does not have access to a time machine and/or synthetic canine organs with which to preserve her life indefinitely (or at least until time machines have been invented).  But that is a possibility I refuse to accept.

I’m rating this book five stars, because that’s the lowest rating I can give… right??

If you’ve yet to visit Hyperbole and a Half, there is likely something very wrong with you, or else you are probably new to the Internet (and to civilization in general).  Whatever your personal shortcoming, it can be rectified by immediately clicking here to visit Allie’s most recent anecdote about the awesome destructive power of dinosaurs… and of four-year-olds, for that matter.

Classic Attachment Parenting Threads


Those pesky pediatricians…

Picture of crying baby makes me cry…

HELP!  Hubby wants to teach the kids personal responsibility!

Let’s boycott Amazon until they ban the books we don’t like.

We don’t actually believe in doctors, but…

Should I be concerned about LO being a hambeast?

There’s also a thread in which OP is encouraged to lie about the father being an unfit parent in order to gain custody of a baby, but it is rather long, so I’ll post it another time.

But here’s a sneak peek: