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Feyspook Anthology

First thing first, retweet if you think that Mister Cocaine-Mountain ought to be jailed for appropriating the Global Village.

The following are excerpts from my Feyspook correspondence since June 2015, some in English (first part), others in French (second part).


Yesterday I was told the following by an acquaintance:

“X. talked to me about one of my female friends, telling me he objected very strongly to my having made friends with her, given her ideas.

Why bother? I said. I take no heed of my female friends’ ideas. It’s just a pity they have any.

– Still, she has some, he added after a moment.

– She will change her ideas before you change your spectacles.

– How do you know? he asked.

– An idea is like everything else in this world: After a while it’s boring and one feels like having a change. Besides, if my friends had to share my ideas, I would have none.”


(To some friends who liked my top picture, Red Alert by artist Hito Steyerl) You are connoisseurs and you appreciate this work of art. I appreciate it too and as long as it makes the women hot I will keep showing it.


Let me add a few comments to sustain our appreciation of this work of the monochrome genre. We have here a three-panelled work not on canvass but on screens. There is some electronics involved, which produces a halo effect both coarser than the halo effect produced by oil-paint monochromatic works (I’ll explain what a coarse halo is some other day) and measurably closer to alpha wavelengths – alpha waves being, as you may already know, the waves induced in the brain by watching television along with a hypnoid state (and increased suggestibility as a result). It is speculated among the finest connoisseurs that watching this monochrome long enough while thinking it is a television set will lead one’s mind into a condition of irreversible hypnosis.




“Although W.J. Potter did uncover a negative relationship between TV viewing and academic achievement (as viewing increased, achievement decreased), the relationship did not appear to kick in until TV viewing had reached at least 10 hours per week.” [Note that 10 hours per week is roughly 1 hour and 25 mn per day.]


“One recent large-scale survey of media use was reported by the Kaiser Family Foundation. … On average, children and adolescents in this age range [up to 18] watch nearly 4.5 hour of TV each day.” [Three times (3.2) the above figure.]

From G.G. Sparks, Media Effects Research, 2015 (pp. 91 & 87 resp.). My own comments in [].


Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies!

Okay, sweetheart, let’s dispense with your soul!


Friedrich Engels on Irish Immigration

From The Condition of the Working Class in England, 1844.

“The Englishman who is still somewhat civilized needs more than the Irishman who goes in rags, eats potatoes, and sleeps in a pig-sty. But that does not hinder the Irishman’s competing with the Englishman, and gradually forcing the rate of wages, and with it the Englishman’s level of civilization, down to the Irishman’s level.”

“Even if the Irish … should become more civilized, enough of the old habits would cling to them to have a strong degrading influence upon their English companions in toil, especially in view of the general effect of being surrounded by the Irish. For when, in almost every great city, a fifth or a quarter of the workers are Irish, or children of Irish parents, who have grown up amid Irish filth, no one can wonder if the life, habits, intelligence, moral status – in short, the whole character of the working class, assimilates a great part of the Irish characteristics. On the contrary, it is easy to understand how the degrading position of the English workers, engendered by our modern history, and its immediate consequences, has been still more degraded by the presence of Irish competition.”

This is the final struggle, la la la la la…


Have you seen the film The Thin Red Line (1998) on the Guadalcanal battle in WW2? Although not a bad film, the psychology is grossly inaccurate.

Men scared out of their minds, nervous breakdowns, endless tears… It looks more humane than other war films, truer, then, to our humanity, but it’s the contrary: Even though fear is always present in war, pride prevents its easy manifestation. Men can so easily become good little soldiers when flocked together because of their pride. And if the contemporary public does not understand, or feel, this any more, then it must be that they have lost their pride – and with it all sense of shame. (On pride, read Mandeville’s Fable of the Bees.)

Moreover, in the film one  soldier receives a letter from his wife at home asking for divorce as she has found another man. I’m sure such things did not happen. A woman divorcing from a drafted soldier on duty in war time would have been eyed as a traitor by her neighbors, her act as akin to high treason, as disloyalty not only to her man but also to her country. I am confident that research on this particular point would prove me right – but that says nothing on women’s faithfulness.


Brexit is a big shame… on all experts, who saw nothing coming. They now are silent on their resounding failure to deliver any insight whatever.

The analysts in question, about the whole caste of them, ironically are the very persons responsible for Brexit. Many people who would have voted against it did not go to the polls as they were convinced Brexit would not pass and they could make a better use of their time. Similarly, many people who voted for Brexit in order to send a signal of anger to Cameron but did not mean Brexit, felt justified in doing so as they were convinced Brexit would not pass. This I learnt from French politologist Olivier Duhamel, who, however, came short of drawing the obvious conclusion. For whence came such a firm conviction in people if not from the steamroller of expert forecasts predicting that Brexit would not pass, i.e. true brainwashing?


Commentators insist on the fact that that financial hub, London, voted against Brexit – but is that surprising? How did Oxford and Cambridge vote?


(A YouTube Video posted after one of the debates for the American presidential election:) STRANGE YELLOWISH FILTER ON BACKGROUND OF HILLARY CLINTON FRAME…


The filter (or whatever contrivance is used) makes the image more attractive, with shiny golden lettering as opposed to dull lettering in the background. The brain will tend to demand the “starlit” background, so when it’s Trump speaking the brain says: “Oh, not that dull image again, bring the shiny one back.” By the brain is the paleocortex meant, and the effect is especially pronounced in the alpha state induced by TV viewing.

The video has generated many comments on YouTube. A man who presents himself as a technician says there’s no filter but rather it’s automatic camera correction, adapting to the color of the candidates’ clothes. Whatever the technicalities, if the effect I have described above is true (and this is elementary psychology), then there is a bias, and if both candidates were not equally informed of the effects of their clothes and of the lighting and of any other effect of the set-up, then the debate(s) was/were rigged.

That dull vs. bright picture (even if only the background) is not without psychological effect is ascertained by the plain cigarette pack policy (Australia &c). Certainly the idea is intuitive. Both words dull and bright have figurative, value-loaded meanings: dull is negatively loaded, bright is positively loaded. But more importantly the intuition is confirmed by neuromarketing, if needed be. For decades packaging has made use of such psychological notions. “Glossy” gives you the idea. Clearly, if a media set-up, by any of its contrivances, automatic or otherwise, creates “gloss” for one candidate and “dullness” for the other, then that set-up biases the debate, as much as a plain pack is perceived as unattractive compared to a glossy pack and the difference influences the purchase decision. The designers of the presidential debate(s) either contrived their set-up in order to advantage one candidate or they overlooked an elementary notion of their business to the detriment of the fair treatement of both candidates. In any case I think the Supreme Court should look into this, because this is serious.

Some people think it cannot be an intentional trick played against Trump inasmuch as we are talking about conservative Fox News, but Fox News is hardly pro-Trump as this quote from Trump may help you figure out:

Most people don’t know that the co-owner of Fox News is Prince Al-Waleed of Saudi Arabia.

It must have been a pleasure for Prince Al-Waleed of Saudi Arabia to participate in the organization and overseeing of the debates for the American presidential election.

FRENCH (or something)

Un jour, je suis allé à Gibert et j’ai vendu tous mes disques. Je me disais : “J’arrête les pétards et j’écoute du classique.” Aujourd’hui, je passe mon temps sur YouTube à écouter les chansons des disques que j’ai revendus. Vous savez s’ils reprennent les disques classiques à Gibert ?


CHACUN SA PHILOSOPHIE (certaines vous paraîtront peut-être recuites, d’autres sont plus originales)

D’Archibald : “J’ai pas de bagnole, j’ai pas de gonzesse et j’ai malheureusement un boulot.”

De Mireille, en réponse à une question : “La vie a-t-elle un sens ? Ça dépend des jours.”

De Stéph : “Le chien est le meilleur ami de l’homme, et pourtant l’homme ne l’a pas mérité.”

De Raoula : “Personne ne sait ce qu’aimer veut dire avant de s’être fait plaquer.”

De Jean-Robert : “Trois choses comptent dans la vie: l’argent, l’argent, et le Loto.”

De X. : “L’argent, c’est ce qui reste quand on a perdu toute sa culture.”

De Josiane : “Ma vie de bureau n’est pas des plus palpitantes mais au moins je m’emm… comme un homme.”

De René : “Elle dit que son père était un pauvre type qui ne s’intéressait qu’aux femmes, mais pourquoi ? Ce n’est pas un sujet intéressant ?”

De Jordy : “Je m’appelle Jordy, j’ai quatre ans et les gens sont méchants : ils m’ont sifflé.”

A suivre…


Je donne une place pour Le Grand bleu au Grand Palais ce dimanche 21.

C’est généreux, David. Tu la donnes à qui ?


Si vous pensez qu’il y a du Big Brother dans Feyspook, soyez tranquilles : vous avez entièrement raison. Comme l’a fait remarquer Marshall McLuhan, les médias électroniques nous ont fait entrer dans le “village mondial”. Et chacun sait que, dans un village, il n’y a pas de vie privée.


Quien trabaja pierde su tiempo. (proverbe espagnol)


If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it’s lethal… (Pensée du jour par Nathalie)

ENTER THE MAZE, Nathalie ! Signé : Le Minotaure.


ANNONCE. Le nombre maximum d’amis sur Facebook est de 5.000. Le premier de mes amis qui arrive à 5.000 amis a droit à ma photo dédicacée.


Liberté, Liberté, qu’est-ce que ça peut me faire si je n’ai pas de temps libre ?

Toi, je t’ai !

N’est-ce pas ?… Allo ?… Allo, Liberté ?…

(Rideau) (C’était l’histoire d’un vrai cocu.)


L’existence d’une classe politique est un scandale. Personne n’a le droit de quitter son boulot de m… pour aller jacasser comme un perroquet tant qu’un seul Français devra gagner sa vie en travaillant.


DÉBECTUDE. n. f. Sentiment qu’inspirent les politiciens. Ex. Mon médecin m’a conseillé d’éteindre la télé car j’ai atteint des niveaux de débectude dangereux pour ma santé.


Nous sommes sous la quatorzième législature de la cinquième République. Sous cette législature, qui a commencé en juillet 2012, il y a trois ans et demi, 299 lois ont déjà été adoptées (source : site de l’Assemblée nationale), ce qui nous fait (365.3+182)/299 = 4,27, soit une nouvelle loi tous les quatre jours ! “Nul n’est censé ignorer la loi.” Bon courage !


Achtung, si vous cliquez sur ce lien [mon essai The Science of Porn], Facebook va vous envoyer de la pub pour des sites de rencontre. Mais je ne vois pas le rapport.


Ce n’est pas parce que vous aimez le sexe qu’il faut dégoûter les autres du porno !


Ne remets pas au lendemain ce que tu peux faire le jour même, surtout quand la date limite est aujourd’hui.


(Une vidéo postée sur YouTube par une association des Amis de Jane Goodall, montrant le lâchage d’un chimpanzé dans la forêt)

Une vidéo très émouvante mais, si j’en crois les connaissances les plus récentes en primatologie (et je ne sais pas de quand date cette vidéo), les chances de survie d’un chimpanzé relâché dans la forêt sont minimes, et il risque au contraire de subir une mort atroce ! Les chimpanzés vivent en hordes qui défendent chacune un territoire. Les chimpanzés qui s’isolent de leur horde courent le risque de mourir assassinés par des chimpanzés d’autres hordes, et ce d’autant plus que des groupes de chimpanzés partent régulièrement en maraude pour voir s’il n’y a pas des chimpanzés isolés à tuer. A l’époque où Jane Goodall conduisait ses observations, l’idée de singes tueurs était rejetée par pratiquement tous les biologistes, car le comportement n’avait jamais été observé ailleurs que dans des zoos et on l’imputait alors aux conditions de vie anormales de ces animaux. Ce n’est que dans les années quatre-vingt-dix que le comportement a commencé à être observé dans des conditions naturelles. Les chimpanzés sont une des rares espèces animales à pratiquer l’assassinat (autre que l’infanticide, beaucoup plus fréquent, les mâles de nombreuses espèces tuant les enfants des femelles avec lesquelles ils veulent s’accoupler). Sur les singes tueurs, voir Demonic Males de Wrangham et Peterson (1996).

Cette vidéo m’intrigue et m’inquiète. Si le chimpanzé est une femelle, c’est sans doute moins grave, car les femelles quittent leur groupe de naissance pour aller s’accoupler dans un autre groupe, mais, selon Wrangham et Peterson, les femelles isolées ne seraient quand même pas toujours épargnées par les assassins, surtout, peut-être, si elles ont la charge d’un petit. D’un autre côté, si la vidéo est ancienne, je ne pointe pas Goodall du doigt car on ignorait ces faits à l’époque ; le phénomène de l’assassinat (intraspécifique adulte) est rare dans le monde animal, et il était sans doute crédible de nier la pertinence de généraliser les cas d’assassinat observés dans des zoos. Mais je reproche alors à l’association de continuer de diffuser des vidéos anciennes, pour émouvoir le public et recueillir des fonds, alors que la réalité est ce qu’elle est, et que, certainement, on ne relâche plus des chimpanzés dans la nature s’ils doivent mourir assassinés !

Pourquoi est-ce que les chimpanzés tuent ? La réponse, en anglais technique : “They maximize their fitness.” Les frontières des territoires des groupes ne sont pas gravées dans le marbre. Si, pour une raison ou une autre, la population d’un groupe diminue, cela donne l’opportunité aux groupes voisins d’étendre leur territoire. Le territoire étant ce qui assure la subsistance du groupe, plus il est grand et plus le groupe peut être grand. Plus le groupe est grand, plus il attire de femelles et donc plus les mâles ont d’opportunités de se reproduire. En tuant, quand l’occasion se présente, des individus d’un groupe voisin, les chimpanzés accroissent l’importance relative de leur propre groupe.


Que peut faire Nuit Debout face aux politicards ? Que peut-on faire face à un torrent debout ?


Campagne d’affiches pour l’apprentissage, à Paris : “Un jeune sur trois n’a pas de travail.”

Alors tuez-les avant qu’ils ne vous tuent, parce que ce n’est pas demain qu’ils vont en avoir.

Il y a une autre possibilité. La corrélation entre chômage et criminalité est positive pour les jeunes hommes, pas pour les jeunes femmes. Les femmes au chômage deviennent boulimiques ou rejoignent des sectes, elles ne sont pas dangereuses pour autrui. Nous pourrions donc aussi décider de sortir les femmes du travail, pour notre sécurité à tous.


Candide Aziz au pays de Flanby : “Alors l’Euro 2016, c’est donc le Ramadan des kafirs ?”


Au pays de Flanby, il y a des méchants et des pourris la la la la la…



Ce que je préfère, dans le couple franco-allemand, c’est l’Angleterre.

Il faut voir le bon côté des choses. Le départ de l’Angleterre libère de la place pour l’entrée de la Turquie.

Le départ de l’Angleterre ne va pas empêcher les autres de négocier en anglais lors des sommets européens. Aucun problème.


(Post-Euro 2016)

La France battue par le Portugal. Fête de klaxons dans Paris jusqu’à trois heures du matin.


Coup d’Etat raté en Turquie. Erdogan a envoyé un SMS A TOUS LES TURCS. Ça donne des idées à Flanby, qui voudrait bien nous envoyer des SMS tous les matins à notre réveil : “Coucou, mes chers compatriotes, c’est votre Président préféré. Il fera beau aujourd’hui, avec quelques nuages sur la Bretagne cependant. Si vous voyez un kamikaze suspect, n’oubliez pas de le dénoncer à la police. Bisous. Flanby” (le 16.7.16)

SMS du 17.7.16 : “Coucou, mes chers compatriotes et compatriotesses, c’est votre Président bien-aimé. Vous connaissez Julie Gayet ? C’est la plus grande actrice depuis Zara Bernard, hein ?”


Les robots livreurs arrivent (article de presse). L’argument est intéressant : les clients veulent éviter le contact humain. Ça fait longtemps que je le dis. Les gens prennent leur voiture pour faire 100 mètres plutôt que de marcher, non pas tant par paresse (car en plus ils savent qu’ils ont besoin d’exercice) que parce qu’ils ne veulent pas croiser des gens dans la rue.

Parfois, les gens font en voiture les 150 mètres qui les séparent de leur salle de sport.

Les gens veulent en général éviter deux types de contact humain : le contact pour des relations purement fonctionnelles (p. ex., payer un achat) et le contact avec des inconnus dans la rue. Si vous ne comprenez pas bien ce dernier point, il suffit de savoir que 37 % des homicides ont pour origine une “altercation triviale” (Kenrick & Griskevicius, The Rational Animal, 2013), typiquement deux inconnus (abrutis) qui se croisent dans la rue. (Et je fais partie des abrutis car j’ai déjà eu une altercation dans… un bureau de poste, avec intervention de la police et convocation au tribunal, mon dos ayant malencontreusement brisé une vitrine contre laquelle j’avais été poussé. Ça se passait à Chaville, qui n’est pas considéré, à ma connaissance, comme une banlieue chaude.)


La polémique bidon de la semaine. Melania Trump aurait plagié Michelle Obama. Juste un truc : passez au logiciel d’analyse textuelle les discours politiques (ou publics), n’importe lesquels, en France ou aux U.S., droite et gauche. Vous verrez que tout est plagiat, c’est-à-dire que tout est pareil (le logiciel vous donnera le pourcentage exact). J’ai parlé des robots livreurs, mais le prochain boulot qui va disparaître, c’est celui de rédacteur de discours politiques. Franchement, je vous fais le logiciel quand vous voulez ; on n’aura même pas le droit d’appeler ça de “l’intelligence” artificielle.


Carrefour wahhabisé.


Ça y est, j’ai posté ça et maintenant j’ai droit aux pubs de Carrefour. C’est comme de dire “m…” et d’en recevoir un seau sur la tête…

Ça n’arrête plus… Je suis carrefourisé… Dites du mal de Carrefour sur Feyspook et vous serez punis par un déversement de pub !


Si je suis élu, j’instaurerai une cérémonie de salut au drapeau en chantant la Marseillaise. (F. Copé)

Puisque Tartuffe-Pavlov ressort le salut au drapeau, je tiens à dire que le drapeau français est minable. Prenez l’Union Jack, le Stars & Stripes : là, vous avez de l’art ! Mais entre un grossier bleu-blanc-rouge et le magnifique drapeau du Zimbabwe, il y a toute la différence entre la barbarie et la civilisation.


Cette photo est une oeuvre unique. Prise de vue de Red Movement in Space III de Milan Dobes. Les reflets rouges sont uniques en raison de la distance et de l’angle d’où la photo a été prise. Pour une copie dédicacée par moi, me contacter (prix 3.999€).


Il y a une coquille sur le prix. C’est 39.999€, bien sûr.


Quel est l’inverse de quatre-vingt ? Vingt-quatre.


THE KILLER FLANBY. Il avoue avoir ordonné des assassinats ciblés, interdits par les conventions internationales ratifiées par la France. Ça plus des opérations militaires partout. Fallait pas l’appeler Flanby… (Ça l’a énervé.)


J’aimerais lancer un débat calme et serein : faut-il rétablir la peine de mort pour les patrons de bar et de restaurant qui mettent des télés dans leurs établissements ? (Stéphane Bouzon)

La peine de mort est appliquée par Flanby. Sans procès.

N’importe quel Arabe que lui désigne le général Duchnoque, Flanby le dézingue. Mais de là à dire que c’est parce qu’il a trop regardé la télé…


Tweet Anthology

This is an anthology of my tweets from September to December 2016. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @florboucharel.

When one of my tweets is actually a reply to another tweet, which content is needed for a good understanding, the preceding tweet is in italics. I name the author when this is relevant, either because the person is known or the source is another media. My tweet then follows below it.

Don’t be surprised, if you count characters, to see that some of the tweets are longer than the 140 characters allowed on Twitter: I have rewritten a few of them in accordance to standard spelling (no abbreviations left).

September 2016

Automated jobs aren’t coming back. What’s going to take their place?

A leisure shock… and some won’t survive it.


Leisure Shrine. From oil rent to robot rent: A new economic strategy for Gulf States to prevent toil shock.


Most absurd: Corporate bureaucracies on social networks, rigidly unilateral, pretending to be interactive.


Looks like humanities majors are the college grads taking the “non-college” jobs.

Yet companies are STILL interested in recruiting humanities majors. (They’ve been saying that for the last 50 years.)


Adidas releases images of the shoes that will be made in its super automated “speedfactory.”

The end of China’s ascent?


Automating the Gulf: “Robots are no Shiites, alhamdulillah.”


Hawking: “AI could spell end of human race.” Oscar Wilde: “The only thing one really knows about human nature is that it changes.”


Heard that, Trump supporters: Donald wants America to look more like Dubai.

The only interesting idea in this campaign trail so far.


Brexit. Self-fulfilling prophecies & self-filled prophets. Vide Dali, Young virgin auto-sodomized by the horns of her own chastity.


JASTA. Just Another Stupid Thing from America.


Chancellor Cantor on @Rutgers_Newark students: “I’m spending my time with the future of this country and this world.”



JASTA aka jestA, Just Another Silly Thingummy from America.


JASTA. Brotha, when you take commercial airplanes in your face, you should know it’s no time for jasting.

October 2016

Everyone should do what they can to insure Hillary’s win. Any disagreements are pale compared to the alternative. (Dr David S. Wilson)

What happens to the grades of those of your students who do not dislike Trump, I wonder… Regards.

Stupid innuendo based on no information. Can you stoop any lower?

Based on elementary psychology.


Trumpbashing. Scholars in election fuss: Students taken hostages.


Job Outsourcing by Multinationals. Everybody knows… but nobody knows who.


John Podesta made a characteristically bourgeois jab at Assange (‘’I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy.’’)

It is well known in France that Daniel Boulud’s risotto is dog food.

Derogatory comments on Ecuadorian cuisine are odious hate speech.

By insulting Ecuadorian cuisine, John Podesta has insulted the whole Hispanic and Amerindian world.

After the election and Trump’s victory: How does the risotto taste now, John Podesta?


Clinton Foundation extorts $1m from Qatar for being a military dwarf.


It reminds me of the comments before Brexit. They all “knew”… Such experts… Are they friends of yours?


To all commentators of American elections: Are Brexit commentators friends of yours?


To the brainwashed: Vote Hillary Clinton.


Please support “Preserve Endangered Saudi Way of Life” campaign.



From Brexit to Election 2016. To those who see Donald Trump as dead man walking: Don’t tell me Brexit commentators are your mentors!

Brexit has proved intelligentsia is moron-entsia. They fail to deliver.

“It won’t pass” was the word until the very morning of June 24. To a man. Do you realize?


After Brexit the word was “UK’s economy will crash.” To a man. And now: Two banks cancel Brexit recession forecasts (Financial Times).


To the brainwashed: Vote Hillary Clinton.


Experts as Failures: From Brexit to Election 2016. [That was before the results and it has turned true, hasn’t it?]


“My dream is a hemispheric common market.” (Hillary Clinton) Does it include Russia?


A reminder to the brainwashed: Vote Hillary Clinton.


Brexit is a shame… upon “analysts” – who saw nothing coming and now keep silent about their resounding failure. Next: Election 2016.


No To Show Girls.

Saudi Arabia spearheads movement against commercial exploitation of women. Thumb up.


People who bet are losers to begin with. As a meritocrat you should know that [to Dr Erik Brynjolfson, who regularly gave his followers the odds of Trump winning Election 2016. If I remember well, Trump’s odds never rose above 20 or 25 per cent.]

What is the merit of making one’s fortune on a bet, that is, on luck?


Audience in Charlotte gives Trump a standing ovation when he says if companies like Ford ship out jobs, he’d pick up phone.

The way for DonaldTrump to really know about such moves as president is to adopt Senator Gary Peters’s outsourcing accountability bill. [For more on that bill, see here.]


Your staff [Julian Assange] has retweeted an article in French saying Wikileaks publishes “stolen” docs. I thought you had a line on word use. Regards. [No reply but the tweet was removed.]


Hollywood has eyes for Snowden only. Not for you [Julian Assange]. Any idea why?


Donald Trump-Qatar Airways deal: Good agreements make good friends.


November 2016

I donated 100 euros to Wikileaks through Wau-Stiftung via PayPal but got no thanks nor feedback. Off-putting.


Watch Donna Brazile’s remake of the Bloods vs the Cribs. She’s one of the Cribs.


Clinton Foundation extorts $28m from Morocco for being a military dwarf.


Funniest b-movie ever: Dr Clinton and Mrs Riggs.


Doonald (دونالد) like Doonald from MakDoonaldz (ماكدونالدز).



About Podesta mail “Bernie needs to be ground to a pulp. . . . Crush him as hard as you can.” (Wikileaks)

It’s only politicos’ crappy backroom rethoric. Nonsubject.


Is media buzz on Twitter’s financial situation a concerted operation against Wikileaks, shying people away from leaks exposure?


I suggest Clinton Foundation may benefit privately from the American military shield to these countries [Qatar, Morocco, &c].


If these polls are based on interviews, given media Trumpbashing many people must be reluctant to say they will vote Trump. But they will. [And they did.]


Eh, Conservatives, stop boasting of your marital status and children. It’s boasting.


Californians, we have to stand up and protect our plastic bag ban. Vote Yes on 67! (Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nov. 7)

Presidential elections are so boring!


Many say they wanna go to Canada. Let them spend one winter there. They’ll come back, or live on their yachts, like sea vagrants.


A reaction to a tweet alleging that the media wanted Trump to win and made him win:

If the media did, it did it in a very very oblique way, like they knew insulting someone would get them elected.


Obama’s Kill List

They had a man on their kill list, sent a drone attaking his car, the man was not alone in the car, they all died.

The kill list means the man on the list plus any person crazy enough to take a ride with him (even hitchers).

So let us know the people on the kill list so we can save our lives.


HRC got 89% of Black vote, 71% of Jewish vote, 63% of Hispanic vote, 55% of Asian vote, 40% of White vote (including Jewish vote).

Don’t forget historic volumes of dead, inelligible, & duplicate votes… clinton won a 100% of those!

May the dead rest in peace now.

Given 1/20 Jews (and some Arabs) among Whites in U.S., this 40% White vote makes a maximum of 36.5% “Wasp” vote for HRC.

At about 65% for Trump, Wasp vote (although that includes Catholics and others) is clearly becoming communautarist in U.S.


Last December, Boris Johnson said, “The only reason I wouldn’t go to some parts of New York is the real risk of meeting Donald Trump.” (Richard Dawkins)

Why, he goes to the same places as billionaire Trump!


Newsweek recalls 125000 copies of its magazine whose cover shows Clinton winning the US presidential election.

Don’t blame them: They did all that to avoid totalitarianism in U.S. (Just kidding)


Big Brother Julian is watching you. Don’t mess around with the future for the sake of present vested interests.

Big Brother Julian is watching you. Anything to hide? Don’t even think of it.


As Trump Leaves Press Behind for Steak Dinner …the press that vilified him whines. (James Woods)

Don’t go out for a steak without throwing the bones to journalists.

Donald Trump prefers his steak well down AKA the worst possible way. (The Huffington Post)

And how do you like the bones, journalists?


Thank you for coming to see us! We hope you enjoyed your visit as much as we enjoyed showing your our new museum galleries, Arnold Schwarzenegger! (Richard Nixon Library)

I always hated that the justice warriors of those days called themselves Deep Throat, boasting their equities in porn.


Politico Editor RESIGNS After Publishing Home Addresses Of Alt-Right Icon R. Spencer, Advocating For ‘Baseball Bats.’ (Kevin MacDonald)

He’s got baseball bats in the belfry.


To Richard Dawkins: The reason U.S. is so strong in science is the freedom the people there have not to believe in it.


As about all other media were sycophants for the other candidate, Wikileaks is part of checks and balances, I guess.

Make no mistake, what’s “wrong” with Wikileaks is not that it advanced the fortunes of a candidate, but of the wrong one.

Wikileaks should acknowledge that it did its best to undermine HRC’s candidacy. And that it worked mighty well.

Now free Assange or be turned into dust.


Montebourg as minister wanted to induce companies to relocalize in France with subsidies to automatize.

Relocalizing is not necessarily about jobs, it can be about productivity.


Meet Lakshmi, the banking robot from Chennai.


We now know banking can be made by robots.

The sooner robots replace bankers the better. My heartfelt thanks to Lakshmi!

[Of course I’m joking, Lakshmi only replies to customers’s queries at your local branch. And yet…]


Israel’s ‘Helicopter #Drone Gift’ to #Russia makes USA uneasy. Fearing exposing of its technology, USA demands explanation from Israel. (Newscast Pratashya)

Explanation may be the drone was U.S.’s gift to Israel to begin with, so USA might as well demand explanations to themselves.


We cannot afford to lose the war on poverty.

We’ve afforded it all right for the last couple of million years.


‘Meme’ is a useless word (see Randy Thornhill). Or it only means: a word as its occurrence is quantified on WWW.

December 2016

I published classic poetry and threw my free-verse poetry & now I’m appalled because I may have been successful with the latter.

I wouldn’t have minded success from my free-verse poetry…

…but I burnt it all… for the sake of what I would call an ideology of classicism.


I wish the Chinese had taken my job away.


“Dutch Disease”: When oil/gas abounds, manufacture declines. People just hate working.

Robotics is like oil: a ‘Dutch disease.’ & contrary to oil it is here to stay.


Merkel says ‘only right’ to expect multinationals to pay taxes. (Saudi Gazette)

It’s more common to give them tax breaks so they invest in your country. What can Merkel do about that? Nuffin, poor thing.


There are 3.5 million cashier jobs in the United States.

And many of them are discourteous whereas machines are always polite.

Many cashiers are discourteous whereas machines are always polite. Have you noticed?

I see there’s an issue with manners & eye-rolling. The solution: Machines.


Civil servants are human “expert systems.” We don’t need them anymore.


Retweet if you think Gen. Mattis must keep his bags under the eyes and not have them removed them surgically like so many others.

He’s got the bags under the eyes for the job.


BMW’s current campaign is about “driving pleasure,” but it’s soon over. With the ascent of self-driving cars we won’t let people drive, it’s too dangerous.

Self-driving cars will put an end to traffic death toll, on the proviso that men stop driving altogether.


Yesterday they were saying: “Obama POTUS is the account with most followers on Twitter.” Today…

…they say: “What’s that new President who thinks like tweeting?!”


How does he have time for a radio show, golf, touring AND doing all these interviews?! Heck, we’re not complaining! (Nights with Alice) [About Night with Alice: ”Top-notch classic rock radio show hosted by THE Alice Cooper. Check out the website to find a station near you!”]

Golf is decadent.

[Through all his career, Alice Cooper was called by some a decadent. Now he is playing golf, that was overlooking the one-man moral lobby that I am, for which it is golf that is decadent.]



Tourists disappointed as strike closes Eiffel Tower for second day.

French office of tourism has issued an apology: “To all kind foreigners who’re visiting us: Pucker up, you can kiss my a**’’

EiffelTower goes dark in solidarity with people of Aleppo. (Saudi Gazette)

The personnel at Eiffel Tower have been on strike (cf one of your earlier tweets). Maybe they cut the power too?


Mexico uncovers tunnels leading to US. (Bangkok Post)

This is a reminder for Donald Trump to build the wall, all right, but deep enough.

And I mean real deep, like you can’t go deeper without being dipped in the melted core of the earth.

After that, to detect illegals check if they’ve got bottoms like baboons’.


Are we talking about the same cyberattack where it was revealed that head of the DNC illegally gave Hillary the questions to the debate? (Donald Trump)

Donna Brazile was the cheating crib.

At school they told me cribs are bad. I wish I’d never listened to them coz I’d be candidate to U.S. elections by now.