“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Monday morning truth-telling

by | Sep 11, 2023 | Mondays | 4 comments

The Didactic Mind Big Bad Brutal Browser Buster is back, boys! And holy heck do we have a LOT of catching up to do. I am back from my (very badly needed, as it turned out) time off in Russia and Kyrgyzstan (yes, really), and I have plenty of stories to tell, which will come through in the posts and podcasts this week and probably next.

Through much prayer and reflection, I have come to the firm conclusion that my role on this Earth – well, one of my roles, anyway – is to act as a bridge between the West and the East, insofar as I can. Given the very extensive time I have spent in the US, the UK, Australia, and other Western nations, and given the fact that I have lived among Russians in their own country, I am somewhat uniquely positioned in this regard. Lord knows, we need more understanding and less propaganda – on both sides – to get us away from the threat of nuclear war.

Sadly, all good things come to an end, and my time on vacation is one of them. It’s back to work for me today (dammit), along with all of us.

However, you don’t need me to tell you that today, of course, is no ordinary day. It is the 22nd anniversary of the defining geopolitical event of our century thus far – the 9/11 WTC attacks. That day was a formative event of my life, along with all of us who were teenagers at the time. An entire generation has now grown up knowing nothing other than the world created by 9/11, and not knowing what we have lost since that time.

That generation also does not know or understand just how bady we were all lied to about what happened, both at the time, and in the months and years subsequent to the horror of that day.

The last 3 years have certainly changed my mind on a number of subjects. If you had told me in early 2020 that the FUSA government was, at least to some level, complicit in planning and executing those attacks, I would have laughed in your face. Today, however, I am so distrustful of Western governments and (((media)))))))))))) outlets, that if anyone from any of those institutions were to tell me the sky is blue, I would automatically stick my head out the window to check their assertions.

The people who are in those institutions are not necessarily themselves inveterate liars and frauds, but they certainly work for entirely evil institutions that are thoroughly and completely corrupted. What they tell us can never be taken at face value – certainly not anymore, and not given what we now know about how heavily involved the CIA and other alphabet-soup agencies have been in destroying American (and global) freedoms and government institutions.

So when people tell me that the US government executed a planned demolition of WTC 7, at minimum, and probably the rest of th WTC complex too… these days, i will at least listen to them respectfully:

More than that, the entire story behind 9/11 just does not make sense anymore, in light of the past 22 years’ worth of history. Little about the original idea, that Osama bin Laden paid for and organised an attack on a major symbol of American might and power, really lines up. Bin Laden was no choirboy, at all – the world is better off without him in it – but why provoke a massive retaliation from the world’s sole superpower, which resulted in MORE of the “infidels” on Islamic lands?

I am not saying the US government or intelligence agencies definitively planned and executed an attack on the US itself, on the American people. But the events of the past 20 years certainly provide some ground for that.

Think about it. What has the FUSA achieved in the past 20 years? Very little of anything. It has spent over US$10 TRILLION on failed “savage wars of peace” in the Middle East, which have resulted in a sum total of NOTHING good coming out of the Shitholistanis, goat-humpers, and ragheads. Afghanistan went right back under Taliban rule 2 years ago, completely reversing 20 years of American neocolonialism. Iraq very nearly went under to ISIS. The entire MIddle East was completely destabilised, and only NOW has started to come back together, with precisely ZERO help from the FUSA.

Today, the dominant power in the region is Iran, not America, and the power doing the most to foster peace in the region is China. America has utterly failed to win ANY conflict in which it has gotten itself involved for the past 20 years – the list is long and utterly inglorious. Whether we are talking about Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, or Yemen, the FUSA and its proxies have totally failed to make real headway.

All you have to do is look at the American home front to realise just how awful the past 20 years have been for the American people. There is no “democracy” anymore in the FUSA – please do not insult my intelligence, or yours, by telling me the voice of the people matters nowadays. The people keep voting to improve their roads and schools and infrastructure and jobs and borders – and they get, instead, gay sex, gender pronouns, cross-dressing men in Baphomet outfits reading PR0N to children, MILLIONS of Wakandans and Shitholistanis streaming over an open border, and weapons sent to Ukraine.

9/11 changed our world forever, and signalled the coming destruction of the American empire. And the truly sad part is, ALL of it could have been avoided – ALL OF IT – simply by having an America led by pragmatists, not ideologues, who understood the limits of American military power.

It would be nice, for once, to be told something approaching the truth about 9/11. I have no idea what that is – I haven’t researched the subject to anything like the depth required (or, really, any depth at all). Ron Unz, on the other hand, has spent years researching what happened. I do not agree with him about everything – especially when it comes to the not-vaxxes – but I think his extremely detailed notes and extensive videos and podcasts on the subject of what happened on 9/11, are worth looking at:

Moreover, around that same time I’d stumbled across an astonishing detail of the 9/11 attacks that demonstrated the remarkable depths of my own ignorance. In a Counterpunch article, I’d discovered that immediately following the attacks, the supposed terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden had publicly denied any involvement, even declaring that no good Muslim would have committed such deeds.

Once I checked around a little and fully confirmed that fact, I was flabbergasted. 9/11 was not only the most successful terrorist attack in the history of the world, but may have been greater in its physical magnitude than all past terrorist operations combined. The entire purpose of terrorism is to allow a small organization to show the world that it can inflict serious losses upon a powerful state, and I had never previously heard of any terrorist leader denying his role in a successful operation, let alone the greatest in history. Something seemed extremely wrong in the media-generated narrative that I had previously accepted. I began to wonder if I had been as deluded as the tens of millions of Americans in 2003 and 2004 who naively believed that Saddam had been the mastermind behind the September 11th attacks. We live in a world of illusions generated by our media, and I suddenly felt that I had noticed a tear in the paper-mache mountains displayed in the background of a Hollywood sound-stage. If Osama was probably not the author of 9/11, what other huge falsehoods had I blindly accepted?

A couple of years later, I came across a very interesting column by Eric Margolis, a prominent Canadian foreign policy journalist purged from the broadcast media for his strong opposition to the Iraq War. He had long published a weekly column in the Toronto Sun and when that tenure ended, he used his closing appearance to run a double-length piece expressing his very strong doubts about the official 9/11 story, even noting that the former director of Pakistani Intelligence insisted that Israel had been behind the attacks.

I eventually discovered that in 2003 former German Cabinet Minister Andreas von Bülow had published a best-selling book strongly suggesting that the CIA rather than Bin Laden was behind the attacks, while in 2007 former Italian President Francesco Cossiga had similarly argued that the CIA and the Israeli Mossad had been responsible, claiming that fact was well known among Western intelligence agencies.

Over the years, all these discordant claims had gradually raised my suspicions about the official 9/11 story to rather strong levels, but it was only very recently that I finally found the time to begin to seriously investigate the subject and read eight or ten of the main 9/11 Truther books, mostly those by Prof. David Ray Griffin, the widely acknowledged leader in that field. And his books, together with the writings of his numerous colleagues and allies, revealed all sorts of very telling details, most of which had previously been unknown to me. I was also greatly impressed by the sheer number of seemingly reputable individuals of no apparent ideological bent who had become adherents of the 9/11 Truth movement over the years.

What is the truth behind 9/11? I do not know. And, at this point, perhaps we will never really know, because the ease with which governments can deceive and delude their own electorates, is genuinely shocking. Perhaps we will never get to the truth, because most of the evidence has been “memory-holed” or edited out of existence by the very same people that want you to believe they are NOT spying on you 24/7. But I think we could do a damned sight better than Pontius Pilate, who simply shrugged his shoulders and said, “what is truth?” when condemning THE TRUTH, in human form, to the most agonising death possible.

That truth came right back and told the entire WORLD what He really is. I have no doubt that someday, we will see 9/11 for what it really was. But it could be many years – maybe even decades – from today, before thta happens.

And that, truly, is very sad – because we should never, ever, be afraid of the truth.

The Mighty God-Emperor

His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Lion of Midnight, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, had a great deal of fun with something called “American football” over the past weekend:

#BasedTucker is Based

Dawn of Battle

The Male Brain has been very consistent at sending over great stuff while I was on vacation, so we’re going to post it ALL AT ONCE, just to mess with your browser some more. We start with a couple of videos from everyone’s favourite bald YOOTOOBER – no, the OTHER one, the super-busy one:

Sticking with the whole truth thing, Fireship explains how TEH INNARWEBZ make truth-telling MORE difficult, in many ways:

The Food Theorists have some very bad news for you:

The Babylon Bee gets into the Halloween spirit a bit early:

They also have a pretty good idea of what the next woketard disaster will look like from the House of the Devil Mouse:

Cracked continues the policy of telling it like it really is about both supplement shops and bachleor parties:

Spectacles – try saying that the way you would pronounce the names of ancient Greeks, like Heracles, Pericles, Alcibiades, and so on – explains at least part of what really happened with Iraq:

Zach Star Himself explains history class a million years from now:

thejuicemedia takes a fresh and very honest look at Canuckistan:

Let us be honest and truthful – adulting SUCKS. It would be nice to have an introduction to what it means – so Lando Kalriz provides you with one:

People like me have been warning for years that Idiocracy was a documentary, not a comedy – and Moon agrees:

Let’s get slightly more lighthearted now. Solid jj points out what might go wrong if Superman were ever to engage in a mental health awareness campaign:

Let’s end this part on a couple of positive notes. Horses has something that might help you feel a lot better about life:

And Prager U points out the power of gratitude in making your own life MUCH better:


LRFotS Randale6 has a YUUUGE dump of good stuff for us this week. I’ll let him take it from here.


It is clear that Meatcanyon has been influencing flashgitz a little bit too much…brain bleach is recommended for a certain scene

Felix Rex aka Black Pigeon Speaks

The breakdown of complicated systems:

Personal note on this: the hourglass is the female ideal for a reason, we don’t want one or the other, give us both! What nature fails to provide the surgical knife can grant!

Mood Muzak

Poli-ticking Off

Mark Dice reports on the coming showdown between Brolon MuZk and the ADL – the latter organisation thoroughly deserves to be taken down about 10 pegs:

The dynamic duo over at Redacted present a documentary by Graeme MacQueen about the 9/11 attacks:

Jackson Hinkle is highly amused at the way the Limeys now have to eat serious crow over the destruction of the first Challenger 2 tank in Banderastan:

Lord Razor of the Fist Clan has been playing Starfield, and reports back on just what a STUPID game it really is:

The glitches in the game are particularly hysterical:

PJW is a professional Noticer, and is Noticing some very Noticeable things:

Rulings from the Bench

Judge Nap was as busy as I was relaxed over the past two weeks. Here is a selection of his interviews with some extremely brilliant people. We start, as always, with Col. Douglas Macgregor, whose sources on the Ukrainian casualties in the Banderastan War are even more despondent than I am:

LTC Tony Shaffer is not best pleased about the Norks and the Russkies getting closer – nor should he be:

Maj. Scott Ritter explains with great patience the nature and design of the extremely dense Russian defensive lines in Zaporozh’ye:

Alistair Crooke points out just how deeply involved the FUSA is in keeping Ukraine fighting and in a state of perpetual war – to the great and terrible detriment of the Ukrainian people:

Larry Johnson and Ray McGovern provide an all-star panel about the serious and repeated failures of American leadership in 404:

Prof. Jeffrey Sachs – whom I actually respect quite a lot, though I disagree with him on a great many things – has a very good discussion with the Judge about the bloody failures of Ukraine’s counterploink:

Дед Сварливый Говорит!

Grandpa Grumpuss grumps, grumpily, about the unfolding fair world order that starts with the advent of BRICS+++:


Ania Konieczek did a GREAT interview with Maj. Scott Ritter, who was definitely locked and loaded for the questions he got:

It’s All Greek To Us

The good gentlemen of The Duran posted up an excellent interview with prof. John Mearsheimer, who is the leader of the “realists”, for what they are worth (not a whole lot, to be honest) in the FUSA:

The Bald Truth

Brian Berletic of The New Atlas explains what the loss of the first Limey Challenger 2 tank means:

Bad Medicine

Dr. John Campbell is rather downbeat about the future of evidence-based medicine:

With respect to the good doctor – and I greatly respect him – the fact is that evidence-based medicine is not scientific, depending on how you define science.

If you define “science” as the scientific method of observation, hypothesis, testing, sampling, and reorientation to the data (i.e. scientody) then yes, EBM is absolutely scientific and a very good thing.

But, if you define “science” as “what scientists do”, the profession of science (i.e. scientistry), then EBM is the natural enemy of science.

And that is precisely the nature of the problem. Science today is scientistry, not scientody. EBM threatens the careers of so-called “scientists”, therefore it is an impossibility in the modern context.

Warriors of Faith

Tha Dizzle and Hatun Tash, the Lioness of London, sit down to discuss the lessons learned from 9/11 about the Religion of Pieces

Dr. James Tour threw down a serious gauntlet a couple of weeks ago, using scientific jargon that I don’t have any hope of understanding, but which seems extremely formidable to me, telling the world’s leading chemists and biologists to basically put up or shut up on the question of Origin of Life:

Dr. Jay Smith from PfanderFilms and Al-Fadi from CIRA International discuss how the earliest rulers of the first true Arab nation – Mu’awiya ibn Yaazid, Marwan ibn al-Hakam, and especially Abd al-Malik – essentially constructed their own religious texts and traditions, thereby crafting Islam:

Manly Men of Manliness

Terrence Popp looks at DA MAFF!!! with respect to Kevin Costner‘s divorce, which is ugly and getting worse by the day:

It’s a real shame, Costner was and is a great actor. If you haven’t watched Yellowstone, you are really mising out on a series of extremely powerful and impressive performances from him and the rest of the cast.

Joker from Better Bachelor comments on one Nina Agdal‘s recent video, wherein she basically acted like a complete garden tool:

Burn Paedowood to the Ground

Midnight’s Edge looks into the colossal failure of the latest Devil Mouse STAR WARPED product:

Overlord Dicktor Van Doomcock looks at how ESPN, once Disney’s cash cow, is now turning rapidly into its biggest dog:

Gary from Nerdrotic looks at the reasons behind LucasFarts’s continuing decline and collapse:

The Drinker explains superhero fatigue in the cinemas:

Reading Too Much Into Things

Your “Science is F***ING WEIRD” moment of the week is an interesting one about challenges to the Standard Model of cosmology, which argues the Big Bang theory needs to go:

Another big step toward an open, public debate over the validity of the Big Bang, expanding-universe hypothesis came September 3 with the publication in the New York Times Opinion section of an article titled “Crisis in Cosmology” (and re-titled online as “The Story of Our Universe May Be Starting to Unravel ) by Adam Frank and Marcelo Gleiser.

Now, it is hardly news that there is a crisis in cosmology. Researchers have been discussing that for nearly 30 years and it has been big in the mass media since 2019.

But what is new and important is the admission by well-known cosmologists such as Frank and Gleiser that new observations mean we may need “a radical departure from the standard model” of cosmology, one that requires us “to change how we think of the elemental components of the universe, possibly even the nature of space and time.”

In fact, these authors say, we may need a “new story of the universe.”

What the authors don’t actually say is that there already is an alternative “story of the Universe” that is being widely debated among researchers: the story of an evolving universe without a Big Bang or the expansion of space.

This is the scientific hypothesis – sometimes referred to as “plasma cosmology,” developed by Noble Laureate Hannes Alfven and elaborated by myself and many others – that the phenomena we observe in the universe can be explained by the physics we observe in the laboratory: the physics describing electromagnetism, plasma, gravitation and nuclear fusion reactions.

No origin of the universe in time, no inflation, no dark matter nor dark energy is needed. On this basis we have published technical papers correctly predicting what the new James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) would reveal and elaborating on the evidence against the Big Bang and for a non-expanding universe without dark matter or dark energy.

Frank knows of this alternative. In December of last year, he wrote an opinion piece in The Spectator in which he prominently mentioned me as an advocate of “an alternative model of cosmology” and as the author of an August 2022 article on the Institute of Arts and Ideas website, titled “The Big Bang Didn’t Happen,” which ignited widespread debate in the cosmology community and among sections of the public.

At that time, Frank wrote that the new images from the James Webb Space Telescope posed no threat to the “standard model.”

“Does any of this challenge the Big Bang itself?” he asked, rhetorically.  “Not even by the tiniest sliver. If we know the Big Bang to mean the idea that the Universe started out in a smooth, hot, dense state that was set into expansion which led to evolution of structure, then no, the Big Bang has not been disproven. If anything, it’s proven the most basic feature of the theory: cosmic evolution. The results of the James Webb telescope reinforce the idea that the universe does have a story and, most importantly, we are somehow learning to tell it.”

It’s clear that Frank’s views have themselves evolved quite a bit in the last nine months as new data flooded down from JWST , dimming the hopes of Big Bang cosmologists that the theory would need only “tweaks.” Then, Frank was sure that the Big Bang was the story, but now he thinks we just might need a “new story,” even a “new way to tell stories.”

So why doesn’t he say outright that there is a possibility that the Big Bang never happened, that the universe may not be expanding, that the story of its evolution might be one without a beginning?

Part of the problem is that Big Bang cosmologists must not only give up on a theory they have repeatedly said is beyond question; they also have to give up on the method that they have been using, and Frank and Gleiser don’t seem ready yet to do that. “Cosmology is not like other sciences,” they write.

I am quite unconvinced, at present, that the Big Bang didn’t happen, but it is clear to me the Standard Model definitely has big gaps and problems. And Eric Lerner is right that various “bolt-ons” have been added to the Standard Model – like dark matter, dark energy, and so on – to try to compensate for the serious deficiencies in the model.

However, it is also clear that the notion of an eternal, evolving, infinite Universe does not make sense, either scientifically or logically.

As always with such things – let the data and evidence speak for itself. I am quite comfortable with the view that, whatever the scientists would like to believe, the evidence will still point back to a Creator, who spawned the Universe out of His thoughts and will.

Your long read of the week is by Georgiy Tkachev, and explains the major schism in the Orthodox Church (yes, really) between Constantinople and Moscow:

The essence of the disagreements between Constantinople and Moscow stems from the creation of an independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine. In 2018, Ukrainian authorities decided to establish their own Orthodox Church separate from the ROC. With the support of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew, the process for its establishment began. In October 2018, the Synod of the Constantinople Church revoked a 17th-century decree that placed the Kiev Metropolis under the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate. The ROC regarded these actions as encroachments on its canonical territory and suspended canonical communion with Constantinople.

In December of the same year, a so-called unification council of Orthodox churches in Ukraine took place in Kiev, during which the head of the new church structure, the Orthodox Church of Ukraine (OCU), Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kiev, was elected. In early 2019, the Ecumenical Patriarch granted the OCU the tomos of autocephaly. The ROC criticized Constantinople’s actions as a gross violation of church canons. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow suggested that there was a deliberate attempt to destroy the ROC: “This is not just a struggle for jurisdiction; it is a struggle to remove the only powerful Orthodox force in the world. They want to squeeze canonical Orthodoxy out of the religious field of Ukraine.”

In May 2022, the remaining Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the jurisdiction of Moscow, known as the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC-MP), held an emergency council in Kiev and adopted a resolution declaring its complete independence from the ROC. However, this did not prevent the UOC-MP from facing persecution by Ukrainian authorities, who accused clergy members of having ties to the Moscow Patriarchate.

Patriarch Kirill, in his July report commenting on these events, pointed out that Constantinople’s actions in Ukraine had led to the “destruction of church unity.” He stated that leading hierarchs of Constantinople “had been preparing for a division within Orthodoxy for a long time, with the support of external political forces, engaging in secret negotiations and intrigues.” Patriarch Kirill also mentioned how he’d tried to explain “the objective situation in Ukraine” to Patriarch Bartholomew in 2018, but claimed that “he chose not to listen and instead violated sacred canons by intervening in Ukraine to ‘abolish’ the hierarchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and legalize the schism by granting it a supposed autocephaly.”

According to Kirill, “this schism has hindered the spiritual communion between the ROC and a significant portion of the Greek Orthodox world, and it has resulted in open persecution against the Ukrainian Orthodox Church by the authorities.”

“Instances of arrests, assaults on clergy members, desecration of holy sites, legal proceedings against several bishops, and the expulsion of Orthodox communities from their churches, have multiplied. The ancient Kiev Pechersk Lavra is under the threat of closure, as its main cathedrals, the Dormition Cathedral and the Refectory Church, have been taken away from the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and are now controlled by schismatics,” he said.

Linkage is good for you:

And some more from Dawn Pine:

Finally, some reading recommendations from Randale6:


The Neo-Tsar spoke very candidly recently about the Khlearly Kholossally Khatastrophic Khreat Khokholite Khumvee Khounteroffensive:

HALO Nation

Slayergod Remy aka Mint Blitz does his thing, while commenting on a clearly BANANAS plan by Microsoft top brass to reboot the original HALO: COMBAT EVOLVED:

NOBODY in the HALO fan community wants a reboot of the original game. Despite its flaws – and it has quite a few of them, to include highly repetitive maps and achingly slow levels, especially “The Library” – it is absolutely incredible to play, even today, 22 years after its original release.

The 2011 “remaster” did one very important thing exactly right – it preserved all of the original gameplay mechanics, and simply put a new graphical layer on top of it. (Not necessarily a good graphical layer, you understand – a lot of fans hated the brighter colour palate and textures, though I am not one of them.)

A reboot, by contrast, could only come from a bunch of MBAs in “upper management” with no brains and absolutely no understanding of what makes HALO, the original game, so bloody brilliant. They have no fresh ideas for revitalising the franchise – like, oh, maybe MAKING A GOOD GAME THAT IS TECHNICALLY COMPLETE ON RELEASE DATE AND DOESN’T NEED CONSTANT PATCHES AND UPDATES TO MAKE THE DAMN THING RUN PROPERLY!!!!!! – so they turn to an easy and cheap cop-out.

The problem is, a badly executed reboot of the classic first game, which is virtually guaranteed these days, will alienate the fanbase far worse than a merely poor-quality new game will.

That’s Not Gone Well…

Wazzocks gonna wazzock:

Comedy Hour

Meme Warfare

We begin with some epic memes from our good friend The Male Brain, on the start of September:

Anyone still remember it?
So what? If they were born on July they failed “No Nut November”
That 100 cock stare is scary
May our host care to comment?

[He would. It is. Everyone has to go back to work after the lazy days of summer, and it’s HORRID. – Didact]

Can confirm, based on kids experience
Can people just wait a little bit?
Can totally confirm

[That is certainly the case where I live. Damn Global Cooling Climate Warming Change… – Didact]

I don’t think this is what happened
Good for them
Never heard about it. We should make it a yearly thing

Didact: At least nobody has yet mentioned pumpkin spi-

… bugger


Animal Planet

Your aminules are adorkable moment of the week:

And also your animals are absolute DICKS moment of the week, to balance things out:

The Lords of Steel

Gym beast props for this week go to Nathaniel Massiah:

Ass-Kicking of the Eight Limbs

Jonathan Di Bella is a familiar name for me. Years ago, he beat the absolute CRAP out of one of my Krav Maga teachers in a professional kickboxing fight for, I think, Glory – and when I say “beat”, I mean, “to the point where the other guy needed surgery and a year of rehab, and eventually stopped doing MMA entirely to switch to combat BJJ”.

The interesting part of that story? My former coach, his former coach (and my KM Grandmaster), and Di Bella’s team, are all good friends now.

Amazing how combat sports work, eh?

They See Me Rollin’…

Palate Cleansers

Axe Me Anything

Hammer of the Gods


Gingervitis Injections

Livin’ in the Land of the Metal Gods

Also Einstein: “I fear that someday people will post my pic on the Internet with bogus made-up quotations in Comic Sans font”

Rock Out With Your Glock Out

Yeah, I know, it’s all the same chick. Are you really complaining? Especially the gingervitis sufferers?

Hot Totty

And speaking of redheads, here is your Instathot to get the week off to the appropriate start. This is Kaiti Mackenzie, age 27, and she is a professional cosplayer who also does OnlyFools stuff. Approach, therefore, all ye with caution.

OK, lads, that’s it, we’re done here. The Great Mondaydact Browser Slayer is officially BACK, and ready to resume regular service.

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  1. furor kek tonicus ( dicks out for Harambe )

    Kyrgyzstan? visiting Valentina are we?
    if you consider the structure of the brain, yes i do still believe that men have physical advantages over women.
    another take on Starfield; alternatively, Az starts his rap career
    and, as someone who’s had September birthdays his whole life, i can verify that this month sucks. starting with hayfever.

    • MrUNIVAC

      Could be worse…you could have a December birthday (like me) or a January birthday (like SonOfUNIVAC). One fun thing about December is that all the coolest stuff tends to come out right before Christmas, but once the month is over, you’re pretty much done for gifts for the year.

      I actually think January’s the worst month to be born in. Everyone’s tapped out from the holidays and you really don’t need any more stuff. Plus it’s the bleakest and coldest month of the year.

      • furor kek tonicus ( i demand that Biden disavow his treasonous endorsement of "Let's go, Brandon" )

        this is my pity party, i’ll cry if i want too.

  2. Dire Badger

    You know, as an Irishman I will totally confirm.
    Irish girls are some of the dumbest white girls on earth. That’s why we drink. Fortunately, the reason they act so nutty is because they are shit-testing us to make sure we have what it takes to shut them up.
    And we mostly do.
    Crazy, but worth it if you aren’t afraid of swatting her butt occasionally when she gets unbalanced. My wife certainly appreciates it.


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