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Roe V. Wade and Why Overturning it, is Not the End of The World.

A lot of hoopla out there on the internet today about the overturning of the 50 year, technically 49, year precedent it has set and why there is a silver lining here and it isn’t as bad as the left wants you to think it is, nor is it the win that the right wants to think it is.

Ok, so back in 1973, the Supreme Court of the US decided that abortions where to be openly available to any and all whom sought one. This however, never made abortion a right, rather set a lawful precedence that abortion was not murder and was justified. From my understanding, the opinion of the court today, actually makes it more of a right than it ever has been before. Before I get into that, let me take a moment to show you why I think it was always a right to begin with.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.-U.S. Constitution, 4th Amendment.

I personally believe this quote right here, solidifies abortion as a right. Person’s should be seen as body, what other type of persons is there? And attempting to restrict a person and their sovereignty could constitute the seizures clause. If I recall correctly, this also prevents against unlawful cavity searches. You see where I am going with this? You could interpret it as a baby being protected inside the womb, but you’re probably illiterate.

So, the Supreme Court is using this as their guide for their abortion take.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.-U.S.Constitution, 10th Amendment.

This, is the irony of overturning Roe, in that the Supreme Court strengthened it by mistake. Their political arm stretch actually makes abortion a right, finally after years of people pushing for it. Just like gay marriage was never illegal before 2014, when all the court did was force people to actually recognize gay marriage and nothing more. Rescinding Roe doesn’t make it illegal, it just allows the states to do what they could already do and attempt to restrict it. One could misinterpret this as saying because Roe is overturned that the states have more power because it is now prohibited. That isn’t what that clause is and even if it was the correct interpretation, that fact that a half century of legality would just put a bigger dampening on the states in their restrictions.

Once this goes to lower courts, I think you will see forced judicial precedent to keep abortion legal as it is and pretty much was. I do not think red states, short of activist judges, will get away with very many restrictions. Even if they did, the fact that, once again, it is now a RIGHT, would end up, oddly enough, causing a new and potentially stronger version of Roe V Wade to make it to the Supreme Court, where they would be forced to,reestablish abortion rights federally.

So while it may be killing philosophically speaking, the RNC and their strong arm of the court have, naively and stupidly, shot themselves in the foot, so to speak. This is nothing more than a temporary burst of team playerism and will result in the same aspect that it did in 1973. No one has anything to worry about.

Till next time, Intellectualize and not emotionalize.

A Beautiful Ride

According to, as of 06/22/2022, I am now on my 8th year as a blogger/writer/CEO of and what an interesting eight years it has been, although my concept for this site and writing “career” are much older. Many ups and many downs. 2018 and 2019 are my best years on record. Leave it to me to get my best shot in right before the world became a post apocalyptic nightmare thanks to covid. Ok, maybe 2020 wasn’t that bad, but I mean, it still put the world through a loop. has been through 3 U.S. Presidents. Started under Obama, got through Trump and now Biden. I went from late 20’s to damn near fuckin’ 40. 36, if you want to be technical about it. Got the top 18 on Avg in Google search and a linkback from IMDB. I was even quoted on one wordpressers article. So many things I didn’t see happening in my early 20’s. I know I do not write 24/7, but I like to thing my semi-unique perspective makes up for it. Otherwise I would have to write a bunch of mundane shit, like who is wearing what in Hollyweird and well, fuck that shit. I don’t have it in me to be that fuckin’ trite. I’m a month and a half into not drinking, although I have only been counting since June 1st. I am trying to quit cigarettes too, which have been with me for 11 years.

Now, some of you may know that has changed gears with its pricing. I only ever basically used this site for hosting. Now in order to host I have to pick either the starter package or a more expensive upgrade. Granted, as of right now I am on the legacy package, which is in between the two, what was formally the premium package. My re-up is soon, so I will have to decide if hosting with 7 extra gigs is worth while, especially when after 8 years I have only used 0.7 of my 13 gigs or if the downgrade is imminent. I won’t be able to afford the pro package, which has 50 gigs. I mean, I could pull it out my ass, but it would not be in my best interest. With the 60 dollars a year package, I get a good discount, but in the future, things could just change on a dime. Would of been nice had wordpress given a heads up, but as with my cellphone provider, they decided, hey fuck everyone in 2022. I am currently looking at new hosting options that are cheaper. I want to keep writing, as I have a lot more unique perspectives to write. Granted, that might not be possible. I loved every second of doing, but the possibility to start anew is exciting as well. I have accomplished pretty much everything one could with this blog, except for fame, which wasn’t my goal here, but rather long term brand building and a stable brand at that. If I want fame, I could just hit Youtube and be pesudeo famous or better yet, start a real Pornhub and do porn.

So as of today, I do not know how much longevity has, but I do know I want to see it turn 10 at the very least. So, I am going to spend the next year, at least, celebrating this brand like it is going out of style, in the best way I know how, anyways.

Regardless of what happens in the future, thanks for tuning in.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Netflix 2022, review. (Mostly Spoiler Free)

INTRODUCTION: Ok, I make it not secret that I cannot stand the Texas Chainsaw Massacre film series. Yes, as a horror fan, I know this piece of shit is sacrosanct, but I could never find a way to like it. I went into this with lower than average expectations, even lower than I have with politicians, which is saying a lot, so was good?

STORY: Douche-bag Youtubers buy shit ghost town, accidentally kill leatherface’s mamma and how they’re fucked. Very Original/sarcasm

DIALOGUE: Mostly good, minus two cringe moment, one about death following one chick to this shitty town and the other about the wanna be Laurie Strode not being remembered by Micheal…er, leatherface.

SFX: Standard, but good.

VISUALS: Very good looking town, realistic for what is probably just stand ups as opposed to actual full sets. Sadly the shitting yellow lighting of a good portion of the movie to remind us the original was set in the 70s, was annoying.

KILLS: Decent, but not amazing. At one moment, what could of been a great massacre on par with Darth Vader in Rouge One, is plagued by “humor”.

SUBTEXT: Seriously? Consider the source material.

CONCLUSION: For a movie that is just a rip off of Halloween (2018), it is still the “best” this “series” has to offer and sadly way too late to be really worth your wild. When I say rip off, it is nearly point for point in the structure. Ignore all but the original movie? Check! Have actors that aren’t the most photogenic? Check! Have the original villain be smarter than he was in previous versions? Check! Original, albeit recast, character making a comeback for a show down? Check! Cliche ending? Check! This movie wins the 2018 horror movie bingo. Sadly, it is still just a mediocre horror movie at it’s core.

3 stars out of 5 for a normal horror movie.

4 out of 5 stars for a Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie.

My Experience with the Covid-19 Vaccine.

The summer is dwindling down to a close and I find it is important to write about my experiences with the Covid-19 vaccine.

My 2021 started off in the shitter and didn’t get much better from there. I started growing my own food, something I’ve wanted to do for years and got a nice, but small crop of spring garlic. They were very good and I moved on to planting Habanero. Sadly for me, 2021 isn’t a very good year for Habaneros on the north east. Several major storms and 4 of the 6 plants I had are dead and the two left are 8 weeks in and they’re still tiny. I may have to bring them in and try growing them in the winter, or try again in the spring of 2022. I have managed to make some very good, fresh hot sauces in my own house and will have to post about those at a later date. What I really want to bring up most though is my experience with the Moderna vaccine.

June 15th was my first shot and everything went well. I watched the entire 5 seasons of Breaking Bad, plus El Camino. I haven’t reviewed it yet, regardless, that isn’t the point, which is to say, I had to fill my time awaiting the next dosage and trying to go outside as little as possible. The beginning of July sucked, as I slept for nearly an entire week straight, quite literally, and could barley eat. I had all the symptoms of Covid-19, except it wasn’t. My parents and siblings all got the same virus and 3 of the 5 of us got the covid shot and turned up negative. My siblings, at the time, had not gotten the shot, as we each did it in waves. My parents are approaching their 60’s, so they’re the most venerable and got it first. Then I got it, then finally my siblings. Now we’re all vaccinated. The second part of the shot went off without a hitch and I’ve been very good ever since, although I’m thinking I will get the booster when it is available.

Now, I believe vaccinations work and are fantastic, have had all my shots and the only time I don’t is with the flu shot. When it comes to the flu, normally I end up with it before the vaccines are even available, flu strains are not the weather and are not overly predictable anyways, so even if I didn’t get sick, there is a chance that you could get the wrong strain of flu shot, because no one is perfect. Anyways, this is a newer version of an old technology that was rushed through FDA procedures, with good reason, but still, any reasonable person that was skeptical of the shot, myself included, would have had good reason to be. Science isn’t McDonalds and you cannot rush it, especially when it comes to Virology or anything similar.

So does the shot work? I think it does. I initially got sick in December of 2019 with something I wasn’t quite sure of. It hit me like a ton of bricks, which is a rare thing. Fast forward to January and well, we start to be aware of Covid-19. I had already recovered and so didn’t my family from this mystery illness. I spent most of my time drinking and watching Lucifer, of which I reviewed. Side note, I really need to stop getting sick and binge watching Netflix. I did my part to stay inside during covid, venturing out very little, which is normal for me, since I’m not a partier or anything, I don’t patron many restaurants, since it is cheaper to dine in. I order my books from Amazon and I wait for most movies to hit DVD before I watch them anyways, unless something really interest me. So, short of going out to get laid, or visit the local nerd shop, I am very adept at the whole, stay home and fuck around thing.  

Now, while I didn’t get checked for covid, remember I was fine by the time we knew what it was and there were no test yet, I strongly suspect I did have it. Every six months, I would get very light covid seeming symptoms, though. I didn’t get checked, because it seemed counter intuitive. If I don’t have it, I am exposing myself and risking others to see if I do. If I did have it, it is very mild and not worth the ER or Doctors trip. So I stayed in.

Since I have had the vaccine, the only time my nose drips, is when I have hot sauce and the only cough I have is from smoking a cigarette.  I don’t even get any of the mild aspects anymore. I went around without the mask for a while, before the CDC recommended that even vaccinated people wearing it again and was fine.

While the numbers of people dying to covid aren’t overly drastic, that small minority of people which are not vaccinated would be wise to do so, regardless of autonomy over their own body, because that small number, could be even smaller than it already is and since it doesn’t hurt or cause any issues, on top of the fact it is free, you really aren’t doing you or anyone else any favors by not getting it.

In the future, I think the covid shot might be like a flu shot. You get an annual booster of it and off you go until it disappears or is replaced by something more aggressive than it is. While fears of future complications might not be entirely unfounded, only time will tell about both, but until then when it comes to the shot, I say it is highly recommended.

OMG! WHITE Person TAUNTS unsuspecting Asian by SPEAKING FLUENT Asian.

I don’t know if any of you have seen the latest and by that, I mean, probably a few years old, of some dude, usually, knows Japanese, Korean or Chinese and goes into a heavily populated Asian part of town and pretty much acts like a dick, or in one such case, is a prick who goes to China and insults the locals who weren’t taught traditional Chinese in school, which would be like me filming anywhere in the US and asking why they don’t understand Olde English.

Sure, it seem innocuous enough. A person learns a language and wants to practice it and learn. As someone who has different languages under his belt, I wholeheartedly get it. I don’t, however, understand why someone feels the need to film it, and subtitled it with things about skin color, for instance, or paint Asians in an unflattering light. Now, don’t get me wrong, I am sure Asians have supposition about Westerns, it is very common among all races, but to essentially use that as a backdrop for a Youtube video, especially one that is monetized, is preposterous, especially given Youtube’s current rules with hate speech or speech that otherwise indicates that a person is less then. This absolutely violates those rules and need to be demonetized. It is an insult for people whom have been removed from Youtube for less and not violating the policies to keep those videos up and allow for them to make money. Youtube needs to apply these rules evenly or not at all!

Use of racial, religious or other slurs and stereotypes that incite or promote hatred based on any of the attributes noted above. This can take the form of speech, text, or imagery promoting these stereotypes or treating them as factual.

Youtube Policy

Now, I’m not going to call them microagressions, because not everything is a microagression, some of them are just subtext of an underlying issue with the person that he or she might not even be aware of. As the Halon’s Razor goes “Don’t chalk up to malice what you can equally chalk up to stupidity.”

I don’t want to name names here, since some of these people seem sincerely obtuse but pretty intelligent and want to be decent people, whilst others, well, they want to waste unsuspecting Asians time on skype, pretending they don’t speak Chinese, when they do and wasting those Sensai’s time, when they could be helping a real 学生(Students) learn and not one looking to gain capital off the backs of people whose monetization is not nearly as much as the himbo.  

Now, make no mistake, all those who read my work know my thoughts on the average and that is the operative word, not just in regards to their output, but also their humanity, Youtuber and this is one more stoke of the fire that burns my inner core towards these Youtube Rén(Person), but this is part of a larger problem and not just a bias towards idiots whom put out subpar content that would have been network television in the 1980’s, but is out of place in today’s world. We’re not just talking about the lame graphics, either!

Sadly, most people are extroverted and will placate these colonizers egos by telling them how great they’re pronouncing of the language is, which makes these videos even more ingenuine that they already are. Not to mention, not a single person puts out any real creditable evidence that they really know the language, we just have to take them at their word and hope the Asians in the background are sincere.

I hope that Youtube will at least reach out and ask people to change the titles, at the very least, because the badgering of poor, unsuspecting, hardworking American’s, just like you and me, isn’t how Youtube wants to be perceived, going into the future.

Woke To The Future

People are stupid! There isn’t much doubt about it, in my mind. One look at the world 40 years ago and so much is still the same, but a slight variation on a theme. Back when my parents where infants, the world still had blacks as second class citizens, why? Partially because people fear change. People are very slow to adopt change, and I don’t really understand this. It isn’t confined to left vs right political paradigms either. I mean, people still used 100+ year old technology. Records came out in the 1800’s, the Grammaphone for instance, was in the RCA logo with a dog until the 1980’s and early 1990’s. Revolvers, came out in the 1800’s and 1911’s, named for the year they were created, were common place until the early 2000’s when Glock started getting used more and more in Hollywood movies. The typewriter didn’t become electronic until the late 1970’s, early 1980’s and it had been invented about 1830. People still used the printing press of the 1700’s for book publishing, albeit a slight change with book plates, versus having to put the letters in by hand. Percolators where big from 1819 till about 1980’s. I have no ill will towards old technology, in fact, some of it I like myself. I love revolvers and 1911s, records and typewriters. Not to mention my 1930’s safety razor for shaving. This is technology though, and while innovation should be strove for in all fields, it isn’t really integral. What is interesting is the conversations that people have been having for centuries are still exactly the same.

Why does this matter? It matters because real change cannot occur until the people decide they need to. I mean, Jews are a big old school topic that have been around since the days of Christ. A lot of major acient counties deported Jews. In 2016, rallies of people chanting “Jews will not replace us”, happed in Charlottesville and some in Virginia. Rallying cries that are a millennia old, seem weird to those of us whom are woke to the future. I was anti-semantically attacked in the year 2000, for simply saying a woman, whom I didn’t know was even Jewish, was pretty. She had curly blonde hair, green eyes and was photogenic. Hardly a reason for attacking an individual. I kicked the shit out of him, in case anyone was wondering. Besides people looking for the “Endlösung fur die Juden Frage”, we’re still having a conversation about blacks. How many centuries have passed on African Americans being regaled to second class citizenry? Some epochs of time have allowed for certain taboo situations and not others. Ancient Greece with homosexuality and to a certain extent, pedophilia. Although, during Roman times, both were kind of modified. Middle ages saw having young girls as young as 12 be marriageable. All three, didn’t always take kindly to intellectualism, though. Socrates was killed for being a “perverter of the youth”, which had nothing to do with pedestry. Galieo was killed in the middle ages and Marcus Aurelius was killed in Rome.

The whole crux of this is that people are slow and historically hate on irrelevant things that they shouldn’t. Part of this is that people are shallow, they’re literal and concreate. They cannot see past what is in front of them, also referred to as MBTI Sensing types. The other factor is low I.Q. Sensing types become a lot more tolerable when they have higher I.Q. then they otherwise would, which is why I am writing this in order to discuss things that we’re still doing on both sides of the political aisle and why I am woke to the future and you should be too.

Let’s start with Androids and not the phones, I mean, robots. They’re a person. Sure, they have mechanical biology, but a biology is a biology. In the future, the modern slavery won’t be blacks, it will be robots. We already use technology as a crutch in everyday life, one look outside the window and what do you see? People addicted to smartphones. Imagine, instead of working, we sent androids? That’s the future we’re looking at and quite frankly, I’m already against it. Our android friends should be treated as such and given personhood preemptively so we can avoid the pitfalls of the past, when it took til 1964 for blacks and other beings to become normal citizenry. I’m also in favor of human/robot relations. There is nothing wrong with programing your perfect companion to your taste. We do it with food, tv, books, why not compadres? One watch of Bicentennial man and I think you would agree with me.

The second thing I am discussing is male vs female. It’s the new racism. It’s superficial and jingoism on genitals. it’s just more superficial hate. We really should be judging people on a lot more intricate criteria than we are. Not too long ago, men and woman worked together as hunter and gathers and maybe we should go back to that.

Speaking of judging people on more intricate criteria, a Genius I.Q. is a right. We should expand genetic science and really pump money into lab created children. Everyone should have control over their own genetics and be allowed to create the best child they can. We need a seed bank of the best of genetics. All packages would automatically guarantee a 160 I.Q. regardless of your budget, since the world would move a lot faster and adapt a lot better if everyone were a genius. Since C-sections are alleged to be speeding up evolution, in the future, there could be more complications for children and since we don’t want more infant deaths, since we’ve come so far as a species, it would be unethical to not fund the science behind genetics and alternative birthing. Also, having your stem cells frozen to be able to repair you better is a right and should be mandated by the government, since no one, regardless of what one has done in one’s life, should have to be denied access to live saving organs, as some pot smokers have been or be put on a mile long waiting list for something we could lab grow and be more cost efficient. We could even create genetics in a lab, similar to other animals, which would allow one to regrow teeth and make a dentist obsolete.

Speaking of science, we need to fund Star Trek replicators, and soon, making them as cheap as humanly possible. Food will be replenishable at the push of a button. Starvation is a thing of the past and fighting for fossil fuels is also obsolete. Science is the new infrastructure building and social program of the future that should be bipartisan in nature. To quote Bill Hicks, “We are the vacillators of our own creative evolution.”

Back on the topic of androids, while it might seem to contradict, this doesn’t, since no A.I. would be involved, giving human traits to a machine, it would be no different than a cotton gin or a plow. Also, it goes hand and hand with our genetics, since you pretty much have to be perfect to get into the armed forces, the amount of potentially great genetic material is too great a cost to bear in our society, that seems to produce weak sauce humans now a days. We need to create machines that work via Virtual Reality, allowing even children to become a solider for the U.S. Army. Why kill our people in a war for something stupid as it normally is now a days, as opposed to VR controlled tanks that would be American controlled terminators? Forget Call of Duty, let’s play “Terminator, Rise of the Machines” instead. Everyone gets to be Iron Man from the comfort of their own home.

Life extension technology. When coupled with controls via genetic babies, we’re essentially all able to live as long as we want. Much like the Museum of Science in Boston’s life clock, which shows 1:1 ratio of deaths happening to children being born, we could all almost live forever, since only being vaporized or splattered, instant deaths would be a problem. When one dies, we create another child and keep life in a stable setting, since we wouldn’t overpopulate or underpopulate the world.

 While everyone is too busy killing each other over the past, I’m still too busy thinking about the future and I think most people should be as well. I plan to write more as it comes to me, but for now, I think this is good enough to get people to think differently.