Why the media’s bemoaning of a “fractured” country isn’t just hyperbolic, it’s downright idiotic.
While it is certainly understandable why people would want to do away with C.S.A. iconography, it’s nonetheless a fruitless undertaking – if not one devoid of reason.
The last damn thing our culture needs is some shitty Netflix program glorifying the post-mortem justice myth of suicide.
Guns are not the problem…or the solution.
How “conspiracy culture” emerged from the basement, dropped the tinfoil hat and became the driving force of sociopolitics in America.
Depression isn’t sadness. In fact, sadness and depression are actually polar opposites, in many regards.
Literally from birth we are taught to be showoffs and exhibitionists. Never shutting up and constantly lording over your peers isn’t considered a bad thing, it’s considered a fundamental life skill.
A funny thing happens when you disconnect from the social media hive mind. For the first time in ages, you actually feel like you’re connected to the real world again – far, far removed from the meaningless chatter of the cyber circle jerk and actually experiencing that trifling little thing we used to call “life” instead of repackaging it for clicks and shares.
Three of the most memorable actors to ever put on the Jason regalia – part two’s Steve Dash, part six’s C.J. Graham and the only man to portray the character more than once, Kane Hodder – took the stage for a reunion and free-floating chit-chat on opening night at Days of the Dead 2017
That afternoon was my introduction to something called Antifa, a sort of loosely-held together consortium of Bernie Sanders worshippers who hate hatred so much they have to go out en masse at public events to destroy municipal property, torch cars and beat the living shit out of anybody who dare shows any inkling of what they consider racist, homophobic, misogynistic, anti-Semitic, transphobic or Islamophobic sentiment.