Well this was bound to happen eventually
Over the last couple of days I was, at first, dumbfounded and then at once, on a mission; and then idle. I had decided to post about a certain "new thing" where instead of snorting cocaine -- "the other white powder" -- one "uses" white sugar and...it's all the latest rage. Well, at least it is in the niche community where being 180 degrees different is defined as "healthy": It's all about being different. Don't forget the leader. Being too different requires it. Enough. I dropped the idea. See alexa.com. Not pretty. Nevertheless, inviolable.
Well...well. Well, you ought very well know if you've been here any of much time that I go far beyond the body sometimes. I delve into the animal mind (humans are animals). I watch wild animals on YouTube a lot, just to remind me of what an animal behaves like, one that's wild and not in a zoo. And one needs reminding. Because there are few examples in the concrete, faux jungles run by human tamers. So I haven't a clue by watching domesticated human animals what a wild human animal is supposed to really be like. Yea, I know; there's an euphemism. They call them "civilized."
Question: civilized by whom?
We already know what a "civilized" body looks like. How come nobody stops and points out what a "civilized" mind thinks like; y'know, that space occupied by culture, conditioning, religion, conditioning, schooling, conditioning, politics, conditioning and society and conditioning?
I could give examples all day, but here's two that I just happened to be exposed to today.
...So what if you come up with some hard-to-acquire and necessarily hard-to reproduce trinket that you, friends, family and trading partners think is all just dandy between alls of youz? And then you use it as a medium of exchange -- the definition of money -- and you're all happy, hunky & dory?
Stop: You're not a wild human animal with the latitude to do such things. This is the "Land of the Free," home of the domesticated Zoo Animal!
This weekend, a North Carolina man was convicted of minting and circulating “Liberty Dollars” and “Ron Paul Dollars” that were valued based on the gold and silver they contained. The man, Bernard von NotHaus, now faces up to 25 years in prison and the forfeiture of $7 million worth of gold and silver that was taken by police in a raid
Land of the Free!!! Shuwheeet!!! ...Well and Ahhhem...there was no fraud, underhanded dealing, or counterfeiting of the currency he was competing against -- which is to say, against the U.S. perpetually inflationary currency. They were tokens with actual gold and silver in them, making them attractive to many who pay attention to such things and actually, a very competitive hedge against the pure fiat money we use. That is, its value is based roughly on reciprocity, rather than edict and force (see the link).
But fuck all that. Move along; nothing to see here. They used a magic word. He's a terrorist. You can relax now. Back to your cave. Feeding is at noon.
No questions. Anyway, see Stossel if you want the full scoop on that.
And so...Barry Bonds.
Four years ago he got himself wrapped up with a Grand Jury. See, there's Zoo implicitness in the word "Grand." It's rather like edifice in general. Y'Know, marble pillars, elevated benches, former law school has beens in black silk robes, naked and masturbating underneath.
These are your Zoo Bars.
Essentially, it's a bunch of people usually not at all like your "peers," i.e., they are are whores of the Zoo State, and that's plenty payment enough. The queer thing about human intelligence is that they can switch from Zoo inhabitant to Zoo keeper at will. ...It's the perceived power hard-on over others that then becomes their prison. I would advise: Just don't dot it.
So Barry Bonds is at trial and from what I peripherally gather, not because he harmed anyone, is going to harm anyone, or anything remotely like that.
Lemme guess: Barry Bonds is standing trail because steroid use was not illegal. Now, I'm happy to be corrected by legal scholars with Master's Degrees and juris doctorates in Zoo Human Legality, but it seems to me that if steroid use had been illegal, he could have simply claimed a right against self incrimination way back in "Grand" times and then they would have had to try to get him for actual steroid use.
So, because it wasn't illegal and he was too embarrassed, thought it was no "Grand" business, a private matter to tell or talk all about it -- or how many times he masturbates per week -- he goes to jail for the "crime" of lying about it.
Only in a Zoo. Feeding is at 6, right after the 5 O'clock News and Conditioning Hour.
The Zoo Masters, now using Zoo Human Laws in advancement of their lust and arousal for predation, can't get him for using some sort of supplement, because it wasn't illegal. But they so need to get him, because the Zoo Humans love it when the Zoo Masters take someone down who has a lot of things and who many Zoo Humans like. Zoo Humans hate it when another human gets extra feedings and gets to stay up late. It doesn't matter how you get him, just get him. Less feeding, earlier lights out, different, smaller cage.
Totally legit. For Zoo Law.
Lights out at 10.
You can stay up to 11 if you're a good Zoo Human and Tweet and Facebook this to all the other Zoo Humans.