about me n stuff
DUH, ask me shit, i ain't got nothing better to do
FUCKING anarcho fucking bike nerd. hating capitalist bullshit culture at the age of 33. Ⓐ // Ⓔ, Ⓥ
People is delusional and stuff. Now go follow my awesome bike blog!
(turns out critical thinking skills and using reason and evidence really piss people off, but bikes are sweet).
i should call this blog "reactionary insults." or how to piss off and alienate all your friends by challenging their absolutist and overly simplified identity politics with skepticism and quantitative data! or, "I reblogg a lot of memes (that would be the most honest title). also check out my other tumblrs, liberated-art-supplies.tumblr.com
(hi, also if i click the heart button on your really fucked up sad personal post it doesn't mean I'm glad bad things are making your life sad. it means i feel bad for you and i empathise with you <3). also if you post something fucked up so you can respond to it I'm clicking the heart to say i agree with you, not the fucked up shit :)
Elections have become a charade, run by the public relations industry. After his 2008 victory, Obama won an award from the industry for the best marketing campaign of the year. Executives were euphoric. In the business press they explained that they had been marketing candidates like other commodities since Ronald Reagan, but 2008 was their greatest achievement and would change the style in corporate boardrooms. The 2012 election is expected to cost $2bn, mostly in corporate funding. Small wonder that Obama is selecting business leaders for top positions. The public is angry and frustrated, but as long as the Muasher principle prevails, that doesn’t matter. Chomsky for Jazeera (via americanwanderlust)
The government has failed us; you can’t deny that. Anytime you live in the twentieth century, 1964, and you’re walking around here singing “We Shall Overcome,” the government has failed us. This is part of what’s wrong with you — you do too much singing. Today it’s time to stop singing and start swinging. You can’t sing up on freedom, but you can swing up on some freedom. Malcolm X (via jamesnoor)
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