LAND OF EXTREMES

 Poems, Rants, Ravings, Humor, Erotica, and Loads of Politically Incorrect Musings




"The right to search for the truth implies also a duty; one must not conceal any part of what one has recognized to be true." -- A. Einstein.

"For the hard of hearing you shout and for the almost blind you draw large and startling figures" -- Flannery O’Connor  

"Societies fall apart when (among other causes) their ruling elites, political and intellectual, lose faith in their own right or duty to prescribe standards. . . they become persuaded that generosity of spirit and broad-mindedness are the only true virtues, even if they result in paralysis in the face of disorder, with all the accompanying miseries of those who suffer it.” -- Anthony Daniels


"When we lack the will to see things as they really are, there is nothing so mystifying as the obvious"  Irving Kristol


"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. . . those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience." —C. S. Lewis, 1953

                                                       THE PROGRESSIVE FLAG

"In modern Western societies, egalitarian ethics have developed alongside actual political and economic equality. As women moved into the workforce in large numbers, became increasingly educated, made inroads into highly paid professions such as law and medicine, and became increasingly prominent in local, state, and national politics, sexism became increasingly seen as deviant. The taboo has grown so strong that making sexist or racist statements, even in private, might jeopardize the careers of celebrities or the assets of businessmen.  In other words, as progress is made toward a more equal and humane society, it takes a smaller and smaller offense to trigger a high level of outrage. The goalposts shift, allowing participants to maintain a constant level of anger and constant level of perceived victimization. . . . A culture of victimhood is one characterized by concern with status and sensitivity to slight combined with a heavy reliance on third parties. People are intolerant of insults, even if unintentional, and react by bringing them to the attention of authorities or to the public at large. Domination is the main form of deviance, and victimization a way of attracting sympathy, so rather than emphasize either their strength or inner worth, the aggrieved emphasize their oppression and social marginalization.  Campbell & Manning -- Microaggessions and Moral Cultures

SO -- some Section Samples:

From the "Suggested Captions" sections: 


                                                                                                 Leftist Social Engineering Continues Apace


            From the Bertha Kontrolla Major Section:

In the 1960s Planet Earth was hit by a giant asteroid -- Bertha Kontrolla Major -- and this asteroid hit the earth with such force that it blew out a new kind of woman -- a woman astoundingly different from the thousands of generations that had preceded her. 

In short, for the first time in homosapien history, women could freely, and with few or no negative consequences, bestow their sexual favors as they liked.  Bluntly put, they could "give it away" as they saw fit . . .  ("It”, of course, was what men had been devoting most of their time and energy trying to get since Day 1.) 

The initial benefits for men were fab!  For the first time in history most vaginas were open -- selectively -- to the public, and the "1 + 1 = 3" section was taken out of the sexual equation.  It seemed like the all time ALL TIME best deal ever!  But then, as they say, "be careful what you wishbone".

Midway through the "revolution" the TAXWOMEN (backed by their ass-kissing sycophants -- particularly in the media) started coming around -- and then coming around quite a bit . . .


                 Then there was the value-added feminist tax -- the so-called “bi-sex” tax

This particular tax was much steeper than it first appeared.  Many women loved the new bi-sex option, and it caught on faster than anyone thought possible.

   The way this big tax manifested itself was by putting men in the position of not only having other males as rivals for a 

woman, but now having female rivals as well. 

From the "Prestwood's Laws section:

1.    The Law of Fallibility of Perfection:   Any attempt to perfect a system (such as a criminal justice system or an army or a factory, etc.) to the point where it makes no errors will result in making the system so complex and cumbersome as to render it incapable of performing its intended tasks. 

2.    The Law of Negative Experience Extrapolation:  Any negative experience with a clearly recognizable member of another group -- or ‘tribe’ -- tends to be automatically and unconsciously extrapolated on to that entire tribe.  This is an eons-old biological defense mechanism and the root of all prejudices towards other ‘tribes’ -- and the reason why it is extremely difficult to eradicate prejudice between groups.

19.  The Law of Double-Standard Decline:  Any systematic attempt to help a group which involves holding members of that group to lower standards of societal norms will result in decline rather than improvement.  

26The Law of Female Sexual Advertisement and Male Objectification:  The more normalized it becomes for females to dress and behave provocatively, and to advertise -- consciously or unconsciously -- an openness to casual, emotionless sex, the more normalized is their sexual objectification by males. The more normalized male sexual objectification of females becomes, the higher the incidence of domestic violence, sexual harassment, and sexual assault.

                        From the "Hot But Not to be Bothered" section:


                  HOT  but  NOT                                                              to be BOTHERED











From the "Pulp Fiction Zany Sections:

From the "Sexual Harassment Ironies" section:

A pictorial essay on the disconnect between women wanting to be sex-objectified and not wanting to be sex-objectified – depending on who’s doing the objectifying.  


From the Evolution and the So-Called Oppression of American Women Section:


From the "Art Absurdities" section: 

 (a subpage of ART vs. art)

NY Times:  In August, the shark in formaldehyde — Damien Hirst’s signature work — will come to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on loan from Steven A. Cohen, a hedge fund trader and art collector. Mr. Hirst’s shark, whose proper name is “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living,” is usually called a piece of conceptual art.


From the "Between A Rock and A Hard-On" section:

So -- this essay is an attempt to point out how modern hyper-sensitive, militant feminism, combined with a hyper-sexualized/casual-sex culture, has put men in the position of being – as indicated by my title – between a rock and a hard-on.

"Unsurprisingly, when the definition of rape -- or as it is now often called in order to provide less clarity, "sexual assault" -- expands to include a lot more than behavior distinguished by superior physical strength, the incidence of rape goes up . . . thus the CDC's definition of sexual coercion includes things like "lies or false promises, threats to end a relationship or spread negative gossip, or making repeated requests for sex and expressing unhappiness at being turned down".  USA Today 


The researchers employed an expansive definition of sexual assault that included "forced kissing" and even "attempted" forced kissing.  Chronicle of Higher Education


                                            From the "Erotica" section:

                                       GIEGER ENCOUNTER - Fucking them to death

               from the "erotica underground" section



GEORGE IS NOW GEORGIA - she showers with the other girls

                            "IT'S PERFECTLY NATURAL"

                                         WHY SHOULD WE HAVE TO HIDE OUR BODIES

                         if they're a natural part of who we are


 From the Lyrics As Poetry Section    





            So, buddy, here's to live and let live, and to the midnight sky

            And to our spirits' mutual blind spot

            I, for all my faith, will never prove there's more than meets the eye

            And you, for all your science, will never prove there's not






                                                             Sincerely yours,