Word from the Dark Side – Porcelain, passing on the plague, professional panic and preferring pointy ones

CDC admits they have no record of a naturally immune person transmitting the koof.

Who benefits most from inflation? Financial writers in need of easy eyeballs.

Manufactured consent:

How does this work for the big internet companies? It’s kind of obvious if you followed me until here. It takes 80% as much effort (Manpower) to make an internet marketing strategy for a small company as for a large company. The returns for a large company are way way higher as for a small company. What do you think they will focus on? It’s called ‘economies of scale’. 

You didn’t forget about those fake Chinese videos of people collapsing in the street from the plague, did you? Maybe not, but I bet you forgot how extensive and professional that campaign was.

An account of developments in Austria, culminating in compulsory vaccination. I told you the fat lady had yet to sing.

This will not help people to stop mixing up our countries’ names.

Re the pandemic bill in Victoria: an unlikely saviour? Those are my favourite kind of saviours.

A detail missing from this story is that the Old Turk was long absent from parliament because he was one of those who’d refused to show his vaccination status. Suddenly, like Gandalf appearing on the horizon, he turned up with his certificate and announced he’d use his deciding vote to ratfuck his old enemy Dan Andrews.

French chef’s ‘Mwah!’

Thanks to a reader for this one. A bedwetter gets Covid, is shocked to survive:

The next day, my symptoms were about the same. I did an intense Peloton workout and it felt fine, though maybe my legs were a little slow. I wasn’t eager to test again; a negative PCR test seemed good enough. But my wife heard me cough—one of only maybe 20 coughs throughout my whole sickness—and said, “Couldn’t you take another antigen test?”

He’s in his thirties.

Film recommendation: assemble the boys, pour some white Russians, get comfortable (dressing gowns are fine), and put it on: The Big Lebowski, 1998.


Girls tend to hate this film so you know it’s good.

Three tawny frogmouths. When these things close their eyes they are just about invisible. Image source unknown.

Meanwhile in Japan, mice can get light-on-the-brain treatment to make them forget their ex-girlfriends.

A Japanese boob preference survey suggests that perfectly-formed beats size.


  1. Kentucky Headhunter · 14 Days Ago

    Let’s see, Obama was president and the entire MSM has been on Cori Bush’s side for decades, but this is the first we’d heard of white supremacists taking pot shots at protesters in Ferguson…

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  2. dickycone · 14 Days Ago

    “A Japanese boob preference survey suggests that perfectly-formed beats size.”
    Always has (insert meme of astronaut pointing gun at other astronaut from behind here).

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  3. Maniac · 14 Days Ago

    “He’s in his thirties.”
    And he has a Peloton, which suggests that he follows a reasonably healthy lifestyle, which includes staying hydrated and washing his hands frequently. That’s why he’s fine.

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  4. Kentucky Gent · 14 Days Ago

    “What kind of women’s bust do you like? (answers from men): …3. Round like a rice bowl (27.3 percent)”


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  5. ray · 14 Days Ago

    Lebowski is classic Coneheads. Donnie heard STFU-Donnie so many times, he finally did.


  6. davidpr90210 · 14 Days Ago

    In retrospect, there was a dead giveaway in relation to those videos with people collapsing in the streets. The handy nearby citizen whom would immediately rush in to provide medical assistance. As many of us know that absolutely does not happen in that part of the world. The first person to help is also the first person to be blamed no matter the circumstances.

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    • Parker · 13 Days Ago

      I once read an article on the difference between high and low trust societies, that unfortunately I can’t find anymore, that neatly summed it up: (paraphrasing) if a plane crashes in a high trust country, a rescue crew and paramedics show up to find and treat any survivors. If a plane crashes in a low trust country, the fire brigade shows up to put out the fire, and the police show up to arrest any survivors.

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