Saturday, September 26, 2009

everyone check out KILLINGNATSIES


I wont be writing for shoutwire anymore and rarely come here. Everyone pls visit that site.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

I'm Sick Of Your Stupid Blogs

I know where the irony is in the title... seeing as how you are reading this on a blog and I'm railing against blogs... but this is different. What I do here is write. Original pieces. Sometimes they suck, sometimes they don't, but they are never just one or two lines about some crap I read somewhere else. Reading something here you know you will at least be seeing work I spent more than five minutes and one cigarette fucking with.

People like this Perez Hilton guy make me want to puke and eat it. This fag, combined with the abomination that is the Twitter website, are ruining internet journalism. If you can't take the time out of your day to spend an hour trying to make something worthy of being read, then you don't belong posting anywhere. If you only have a quick blurb, save that shit for a comment section somewhere. When people click on an article they want to fucking read something.

Die in a chemical fire, you assholes. You are ruining what we took years to build.

The same thing goes for the assholes who copy and paste something funny they read on another blog. This has been going on for years. I would like to travel back in time to the moment the first fucktard who did it decided it was ok to STEAL someone elses work and use it to run ads and get a few extra hits and kick his ass. Fuck you bastards. If you didn't write it yourself, what makes you think the original author would give you permission to post it to your crappy site and act like you did? Copypasta is only funny on 4chan... everywhere else it is annoying crap.

Speaking on behalf of others who actually write and don't just Twitter, we have worked hard to shut down print newspapers all over the country. Now we are being screwed by lame dick faggots whose creativity spans all of two sentences before they call it a day. What they do is NOT news. It is NOT journalism. For fucks sake, it is not even worthy of a good comment most of the time.

It is not even blogging. Blogging at least has some merits.

Starting with Myspace, and ending with Twitter, creating a big Facebook sandwhich, is the evil that has destroyed our credibility forever. Social news should have called it a day with sites like Fark, Shoutwire, Digg and Reddit. It all went downhill when certain assholes began to think just having their name on something was enough to get people involved. I don't give a fuck who you are. Write something good or go back to your Facebook sammich, bitches.

Sure, I write crap every now and then. We all do. But at least I try to give you more than two paragraphs. That is the difference between a simple comment and something that should be shared. That is the mindset we need to get back to these days. Also, if you are trying to sell something, do it the old fashioned way by going door to door so we can sick our dogs on you. No one buys a wedding dress on the internet, and if that's what your website is selling, eat shit and die.

Thus ends six paragraphs of a good, old school rant. Six plus two sentences and this closing. See how I did that? Now take the cock out of your mouth, you Twitter faggots, and suck this instead. This is what the internet was supposed to be, not you.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Iran Doesn't Deserve Our Help

No doubt you have heard, in the past few days, of the struggle of the people of Iran in the name of freedom.  You have probably heard how brave they are for protesting against a stacked election.  You have probably heard of how much more awesome they are than Americans, who let Bush steal 2 elections without so much as a rock being thrown.

Let's take an objective look at Iran.  

Iran does NOT have free elections.  In order for one to be considered, he must be from a high class of Muslims.  This is due to article 115 of their constitution.  You can't be a woman, or a poor person, or a guy who believes in evolution.  In other words, voters get to choose between one guy who believes one thing and another guy who believes exactly the same thing.  

Iran has a supreme leader.

It doesn't matter who is president, because Ali Khamenei will always have supreme power over everything.  He is the supreme leader of Iran for the rest of his life.  He would have to approve of any changes proposed to take place.  God luck on that...

Article 209 of the Iranian Constitution.

A woman's life is only worth half as much as a mans.  If your daughter was killed, before any consequences can be suffered by the murderer, you would have to pay his family a certain amount of money to make up for the difference in your daughter's life and the man they lost.  Yes, the victims family has to pay the murderer's family.  

A woman can't leave the house without permission of the man.

The picture of the Iranian woman going around the internet touting her as a 'true feminist'?  Yeah, she had to get permission before she left the house that day.  

People still get stoned to death.

For adultery.  Mostly women.  Guys in Iran don't really get charged with adultery.  Even when they do, as crazy as it sounds, the stoning they get is less harsh than the women.  A man only gets buried up to his waist.  A woman gets buried up to her neck.  Even if they are pregnant.


It is not unheard of in Iran for a 12 year old to get married... and have a child by the age of 13.  
""I was married at the age of 12, and I had my first child when I was 13. My husband was unemployed and we fought all the time. We never applied for a divorce because I was afraid of losing my child. Finally one night, he poured a bucket of acid over my body and I was completely burned. When I rushed to the sink to flush my face and body. I realized that he had shut off the main water supply. I was taken to the hospital. My operation was held up pending advance money for the surgery, and permission from my husband to operate on my face. My mother sold all of her valuables and provided the money. My husband said he would only permit my operation if I consented to not seeing my children for the rest of my life. Finally, with hospital's pressure on the family court they allowed me to receive the operation on my face and body" 


In the eight years before the Islamic revolution, 100 political prisoners were executed.  In the four years after... 7900.  While it is true that in 1997 the government tried to tone it down a bit, they simply didn't.  Two years ago, the police went so far as to beat people for assembling to celebrate international women's day. 

The truth here is that Iran is still a backward place to live.  There is absolutely no reason we should be supporting them in their endeavor to replace one tyrant with another.  Mousavi, the guy Iranians are trying to get elected into office, was one of the original players in the Islamic revolution.  Yes, the one that killed 7900 political prisoners between 1981 and 1985.  

I'll admit I did advocate throwing some help their way in the form of ddos attacks on the government, but that was for lulz.  In all reality, we should be throwing nukes their way.