Idiocracy Friday

Friday, November 29, 2013
Posted in category Idiocracy

Today is Idiocracy Friday, and as usual, the bread-and-circus lines were fully energized and ready for action. Even the Financial Post is getting in the game, posting this video from a Walmart where TVs (I think?) are worth a little blood, skin, and bones. Note the breadth of the Times article, including photos and video – both revealing and repulsive.

Scroll further down in the article to a Walmart in Knoxville where folks fight over cookware. Watch at the 1:40 point where security tries to quiet down a bunch of stragglers left over from a riot that has already been quelled for the most part. People are yelling and trash talking about their heart problems, eye problems, and whatnot, including one woman who is screaming that she is “going to sue.”

Historical and present actions show again and again that high time preference people seek out this type of action, conflict, and even anger. They covet these hostile environments, which is why they come to view these shopping frenzies as a cherished hobby. So many people who are so bored in one spot is a perfect storm for the rise of a cultural backwater. A human flesh war zone. This behavior is a cultural blight that continues to rage ever higher in both content and degeneracy.

Oh yeah, as the Beastie Boys might sing, fight for your right to … a discounted television.


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2 Responses to Idiocracy Friday

  1. Wade says:

    November 29th, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    wow, is that what our culture has become? Thanksgiving is now nothing more that an excuse for zombies to spend money that they don’t have in order to buy crap that they don’t need that was made by slave labor in some third world country…and judging by how fat some of those people are, knocking each other down trying to get a TV or a cellphone is the only exercise that they get all year…absolutely disgusting!

  2. weak stream says:

    December 1st, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    This is how the ‘Running of the Bulls’ tradition started in Spain in the 14th century. Black Friday sales across Spain saw many a stampede and according to accounts, youngsters would occasionally jump into the running to show bravado.

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