Anarchy Moment 0276 – Tangenting From The Trail: The Time Has Come For Boomers To Die. And Movie Reviews.
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Muzzles! Boomers! Muzzled boomers and boomers with muzzles. I’m fucking sick of all of them. The Great One goes hiking to enjoy life but ends up getting pissed off by all the fucking muzzled boomers on the trail.
Other than my hate for muzzles and boomers what else do I talk about in this podcast? Hell, I don’t remember. But here are some of the topics I cover.
- Trump “gives” people unemployed $400 a week on top of their unemployment. But does he really? Where does the money come from? Is it his to give? What would be a better option which would win Trump support in the upcoming popularity contest?
- Eddie Murphy comedy. I’m an idiot. It’s Delirious that is the funny one, not Raw. I remember the red jumpsuit but not the correct name of the routine. To any of you who suffered through Raw I can only say . . . I’m an idiot. I’m not going to apologize because it’s a sign of weakness. (Bonus points if you get the reference.)
- The conspiracy to mind control the world with 5G towers and who is really behind the 5G conspiracy. Here is a hint, it’s not the blacks, not the boomers, and not the (((Jews))). It’s . . . Well, you’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out won’t you.
- Other stuff that I don’t remember talking about.
And we end it all off with movie reviews.
The Producers. A musical that should have been funny but wasn’t. Trying too hard. Songs that were too long while doing nothing to move the plot forward or develop the characters. I can see how this material looked funny on paper. But it just wasn’t funny.
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon. Not as good as Fort Apache but still good. Looks like much of it was filmed in a soundstage as opposed to location. Stampeding horses through the India encampment.
Until The End Of The World. Five hours of female fantasy. “Conceived as the ultimate road movie.” I’ve seen some shitty art films in my life and this is one of them.
The Fall of Babylon by DW Griffith. The spectacle is amazing. Especially because they had to build all this. No CGI. The film is quite red pilled. It reminds us that the red pill is not a new discovery. Men use to know all this stuff.
Send some commies to Canada. They said they would go if the Trumpenfuhrer was elected President but they are too dumb to figure out Canada is to the north and too poor to get there ’cause they have liberal arts degrees. Commies To Canada.
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Where did you get that tune at the end of this episode? I mean, it sounds a bit like the sort of thing Dick would play on his show, but I bet he didn’t play this one, because he’s kinda cucked when it comes to the pox and the (((small-hats))).
There’s a fix for the problems with google navigation. Simply activate the female voice instructions. You’ll instinctively start doing the exact opposite of what it says, and everything will work out.
Now, films… Pump Up The Volume has stood the test of time pretty well I reckon. The protagonist could even be a young TGO.
But here’s the real deal: I would not normally go for a black & white film, in French with subtitles, but this one is still in my top 5 all time movies after more than 25 years. It’s called ‘Man Bites Dog’.
“The activities of rampaging, indiscriminate serial killer Ben (Benoît Poelvoorde) are recorded by a willingly complicit documentary team, who eventually become his accomplices and active participants. Ben provides casual commentary on the nature of his work and arbitrary musings on topics of interest to him, such as music or the conditions of low-income housing, and even goes so far as to introduce the documentary crew to his family. But their reckless indulgences soon get the better of
Got the tune off YouTube. Pretty sure the guys channel it gone. His name is Mr Bond and he has put out a slew of songs.