Filthie's Mobile Fortress Of Solitude

Filthie's Mobile Fortress Of Solitude
Where Great Intelligence Goes To Be Insulted

Tuesday, 26 October 2021

The Filthie Abortion Advocate

If more mothers had used coat hangers sterilized with malt liquor back in the day, we wouldna had to put up with kids like this today, HAR HAR HAR! 

Gawd, what a fag Vox is. It’s not like he is ever going to get old, right? I remember back when he went on Blab and ran his mouth… and the young 20-somethings let him have it! They made rude jokes about him, they mocked his wife, and gave him the same treatment he gives others. He went off the deep end and started threatening everyone with lawsuits, and the derisive laughter from the mob became deafening. He quit Blab in disgust and tried to sue them for not silencing his critics and detractors. I almost felt sorry for him. Almost. He’s a ridiculous brat.

The kids sure hate us though, that’s for sure. Maybe this is all just Clown World justice? The generation that murdered its kids with rampant abortion… gets euthanized by the ungrateful kids that somehow survived? And we are all accomplices.

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I look at my own kid and parents, and I just wonder why my Maker put me on this planet, and what my place here is. Do I have to use a pillow…? A lead pipe would be so much more helpful for the mental health…


8 comments:

  1. Not to mention better aerobic exercise!! I wonder if we all hit this point somewhere in our lives. I had a reason to exist before I got hammered this year. Now, I wonder why I'm even here. I realize I'm a "tool". Not in the current vernacular, but fit for some use. Sitting at the end of an O2 line is not the use I figured on. Potted plants are easier to look at, and they produce O2. It's a mad world, Glen. If Micheal Yon is correct, it could be we are not in the right mindset for the war we are already in.

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    1. I’m looking at that war, STxAR. It’s ludicrous. The things leading up to it shouldn’t be happening. None of it is necessary.

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    2. I wonder what Vox is going to do after he pillows his Boomers: then his kids decide not to wait, and just shoot him in the face? What the parent does in moderation, the child will take to excess.

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  2. I used to read Vox, but his arrogance kinda put me off. His problem is that he really is smarter than almost anyone else he interacts with. But that leads to Hubris, which leads to Nemesis, and will be his undoing.
    I've beat my head against enough brick walls to understand that humility just might have some redeeming value. That Serenity prayer, and reciting a gratitude list keeps what little sanity I have left on track.

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    1. You sound like Uncle Bob, Greg. He was right about a lot of stuff too.

      I never saw this scintillating intellect he brags about though. He plagiarizes a lot of his commentary and cannot handle informed disagreements. But whadda I know. I’ll put my lead pipe against his pillow any day of the week and twice on Sunday…

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  3. missing the point about the day of the pillow, it won't be fox saying "ssshhh, easy there" It will be the dieversity caretaker at the rest home who doesn't want to interrupt his TV watching again.
    The dieversity the boomers saddled us with, will be the death of them, as well as many of the rest of us, in one way or another.

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  4. Like Greg, I used to read Vox on a regular basis. Now, not so much.

    The man's bright and well-read, but I don't agree with his opinions or predictions. I think he kind of went off the deep end.

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  5. disagreeing with opinions is one thing, predictions are testable though, they either came to pass, or they didn't.

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