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My complaint about Simcountry

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Zeta (Kebir Blue)

Thursday, September 25, 2008 - 04:38 pm Click here to edit this post
Actually, FarmerBob, it takes me less than 10 seconds to come up with these speeches.

I'll get right to the point. Batman's prognoses were designed from day one to borrow money and spend it on programs that remake the world to suit Batman's own peevish needs. What follows is the story of how Batman can be so rich in the rhetoric of democracy and yet so poor in its implementation. He swears that censorship could benefit us. Clearly, he's living in a world of make-believe, with flowers and bells and leprechauns and magic frogs with funny little hats. Back in the real world, Batman wants us to think of him as a do-gooder. Keep in mind, though, that he wants to "do good" with other people's money and often with other people's lives. If Batman really wanted to be a do-gooder, he could start by admitting that he has come up with proven methods to make us less united, less moral, less sensitive, less engaged, and more perversely malignant. All you have to do is let your guard down.

Batman's toadies like to say, "I'm some sort of cully who can be duped into believing that clever one-liners are a valid substitute for actual thinking." Such frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. If someone wants me to believe something baleful like that, that person will have to show me some concrete evidence. Meanwhile, I, for one, intend to show you that when I hear Batman say that principles don't matter, I have to wonder about him. Is he completely scabrous? Is he simply being invidious? Or is he merely embracing a delusion in which he must believe in order to continue believing in himself? To answer that question, we need first to consider Batman's thought process, which generally takes the following form: (1) Batman is clean and bright and pure inside, so (2) everything is happy and fine and good. Therefore, (3) his criticisms won't be used for political retribution and thus, (4) we should derive moral guidance from his glitzy, multi-culti, hip-hop, consumption-oriented undertakings. As you can see, Batman's reasoning makes no sense, which leads me to believe that he sometimes has trouble convincing people that he is beyond reproach. When he has such trouble, he usually trots out a few censorious traitors to constate authoritatively that this is the best of all possible worlds and that Batman is the best of all possible people. Whether or not that trick of his works, it's still the case that difficult times lie ahead. Fortunately, we have the capacity to circumvent much of the impending misery by working together to comment on Batman's ramblings.

Batman has a knack for convincing unscrupulous, unstable lotharios that you and I are inferior to superficial knee-biters. That's called marketing. The underlying trick is to use sesquipedalian terms like "intercrystallization" and "incomprehensibleness" to keep his sales pitch from sounding mad. That's why you really have to look hard to see that Batman is more than merely brassbound. He's über-brassbound. In fact, Batman's so brassbound that one of his goons, who are legion, once said, "75 million years ago, a galactic tyrant named Xenu solved the overpopulation problem of his 76-planet federation by transporting the excess people to Earth, chaining them to volcanoes, and dropping H-bombs on them." Now that's pretty funny, of course, but I didn't include that quote just to make you laugh. I included it to convince you that to get even the simplest message into the consciousness of the most soporific deadheads you'll ever see it has to be repeated at least fifty times. Now, I don't want to insult your intelligence by telling you the following fifty times, but if Batman can overawe and befuddle a sufficient number of prominent individuals then it will become virtually impossible for anyone to embrace the cause of self-determination and recognize the leading role and clearer understanding of those people for whom the quintessential struggle is an encompassing liberation movement against the totality of ageism. I have now said everything there is to say. So, to summarize it all, Batman represents the most recent incarnation of the unique 20th-century phenomenon known as "besotted immoralism".

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