Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Obviously, somebody had something to say

Every once in awhile I check my comments and find some unwanted little gems, like links to Asian porn.  It doesn't happen often since I added the "word verification" option to my comments; that prevents the "bots", computer programs that aren't human, from spamming me.  Still, once in a blue moon, somebody comes around peddling something.
So when I saw a mile-long rant left as a comment, my first urge was to delete it; the person didn't leave a name, which is a good enough reason for deletion.  Also, the comment had nothing to do with the post where it was left.
As I glanced over the words, I realized this person needed to spill his/her guts, and I've decided to place the rant right here.  Maybe he/she will feel vindicated, knowing my one hundred or so followers are reading this.  (For some reason, I think a male left the comment.)
Keep in mind that these are not my words, and that I'm not even sure what the person is talking about half the time.  But since I'm uninspired this time of year, I'll give this post to "Anonymous".


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "High School football"
e-Book readers. Could be a huge boon for students.
But they won't enjoy the benefit of electronic products. Still will pay OUTRAGEOUS prices for books for their courses.
Using evil to prey upon evil.
I realize the horrific days of people planning monsterous acts like the Holocaust are behind us. But that doesn't mean there still are not scams in the economy, besides The Skim, wnich the gods view as necessary for positioning's sake.
Just as clone hosting selected disfavored whom the gods wanted ot ensure had no chance to ascend before The End, so did being invited into the 21st century real estate scam ensure as of yet undetermined punishment elements.
They instructed people whom they wanted ot condition into faith in their relationship that since the stock market would top out they should shift their asset base into real estate instead.
And they told them when to sell before they tanked the real estate market as well, timing all based on the level of confidence they wanted each to understand.
The victims may cry "Why would this happen to me." but their behavior in a prior life would answer this:::It didin't happen to anyone who didn't deserve it.
Both the public and the private sector host $400k overpaid employees. The difference?
The public sector preyed upon the disfavored rejects from motherlands, people too disfavored to stay reproducing with their own blood and enjoying their own culture. Corporate preyed upon the more favored purebloods from their motherland through sourcing. Yet another great example of the god's "reverse positioning".
They point the finger at me and claim I participate by shopping at WalMart.
Now this is something I have yet to understand, for they ALL engage in this sourcing due to cheap Asian labor. And Walmart has a very straightforward business model, although not as clear as Costco's "14%", rest assured I pay a margin on each and every product I purchase at Walmart independantly, including my $3 box of American made Cherios and my 68 cent can of Campbell's tomato soup.
INCIDENTALLY, it seems to me we pay THE SAME PRICE FOR SH** THAT WE DID BEFORE SOURCING BEGAN. The difference is being poicketed by corporate and the $400k employees who are recruited into playing a part in this evil.
The gods intentionally set this up to ensure the onus falls upon the preditory capitalist and not the ignorant public.
Trash at the top just as there is trash in the ghetto.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Huh?

Toon said...

Was he unable to call some am radio talk show with this crap?

Donna said...

Thanks, Toon, for making me laugh out loud.

small farm girl said...

Aaaahhhhh.......Ok?

Lindie said...

just skimmed it and it didn't do a thing for me!

Adirondackcountrygal said...

Right.... ok

Forty Pound Sack said...

I think this dude is due for a trip to the pharmacy. He must be off his meds.

Diane-Sage Whiteowl said...

LOL...or needs some~

Lori said...

I do like that last line, though. It was a bit poetic. :)