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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 7: Bullfighting

The Case Against Sports- Part 7: Bullfighting

Bullfighting This sport symbolizes the fight of good against evil, or truth against falsehood. The bullfighter, known as the Matador, represents the good truth, and the bull represents the evil lies (bullshit). The term Matador comes from the root mat at the door , or doormat, suggesting a thing to clean one's shoes after stepping into a pile of bullshit. The symbolism of the sport is as f...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 5: Rodeo

The Case Against Sports- Part 5: Rodeo

Rodeo This decidedly animalistic sport is a rowdy remnant from the old Wild West with whippersnapper cowboys, cattlemen, and clowns-all assembled in a round ring of detritus and dung. With nothing better to do on a Saturday night drunk and lonely cowpoke flexed their machismo and challenged their fellow herdsman to compete for the worthiness of mating with the choicest livestock. To defend t...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 6: Cheating

The Case Against Sports- Part 6: Cheating

Cheating Sports are a just another form of entertainment that needs to attract and hold the interest of an audience so it can sell tickets and advertising. If it's not exciting it's not entertaining, and that's bad for business. The truth is that most sports, especially baseball, are just plain boring. With broadcasters competing for viewers, the pressure to increase the entertainment factor is...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 4: Games

The Case Against Sports- Part 4: Games

Games For as long as games have been played philosophers and intellectuals have wondered why they are played. Subsequent to centuries of careful deliberation the consensus has concluded that the only rationale is because game playing is the opposite of doing work. It's what young people do before they are competent enough to do actual work. It's what infants do because that's all they're able t...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 3: Losers

The Case Against Sports- Part 3: Losers

Losers One of the main problems with Sports is that it creates a culture of losers. At the end of the season, out of all of the teams and players, only a few are winners. The rest are all pathetic losers. No matter how big and strong they are, when they lose each and every one of them is despised by the cheerleaders, and must suffer the degradation and humiliation of being booed by tens of thou...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports Part 2: Fans

The Case Against Sports Part 2: Fans

FANS Fans are solely responsible for the scourge of sports in society. It is their money that supports the entire industry, and it is their over-exuberant zeal that makes it seem interesting and attracts others to become new fans. Their guilt is proven beyond a shadow of doubt so we can blame it all on them. They are the culprits behind this ongoing worldwide criminal enterprise and must be pro...
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Funny story: The Case Against Sports- Part 1

The Case Against Sports- Part 1

Sports spawn a plethora of problems including: · Wastes energy on adolescent activities · Wastes money purchasing tickets and memorabilia · Wastes money funding athletic programs in schools · Wastes money betting on losers - including yourself · Distracts students away from academic studies · Disrupts social harmony by fomenting rivalries · Perpetrates gambling and other cr...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Economics

Political Science 101: Economics

ECONOMICS In order to understand the relationship between politics and economics one must know the historical context. The economy is based on industry, and industry is based on production. So to find the origin of the economy we must trace it back to the source, when early man first philosophized about the meaning of life and his place in the universe. Two things he knew for sure: he had to...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Parties

Political Science 101: Parties

Political Parties Politicians use the fun-sounding term "party" to mask the true nature of their tyrannical groups involved with plotting ploys and scheming scams in an unrelenting battle to feed their insatiable appetite for power. Out in public it's all smiles, handshakes and baby kissing. But behind closed doors their true colors show, but no one sees because they're in smoke filled rooms.
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Politicians

Political Science 101: Politicians

Politicians Politicians have always been among the most diabolical villains on earth. Most are just mouthpieces or figureheads especially skilled at schmoozing, boozing, and losing elections. Those who win become puppets of their special interest handlers who bribe them with cash and other amenities. It's no joke when politicians smugly utter the famous quote, "Money is the mother's milk of...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 6 - Soap Operas

The Case Against Television: Part 6 - Soap Operas

Soap Operas- These low budget drama series were once used as an early springboard to launch the careers of some big stars. That was before the pornography film industry was deregulated. Now, soap operas are receptacles for washed up has-beens and sex partners of the show's producers. The contemporary soap operas do not enjoy the popularity that their early predecessors once did because the she...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 5 - Game Shows

The Case Against Television: Part 5 - Game Shows

Game Shows- The scourge of games is so entrenched in our culture that its no surprise TV games shows are a big hit, and a big problem of society. The attraction of these shows appeals to some of our basest animal instincts; money, material possessions, fame, etc. It's all self-satisfaction and greed gratification in all it's glory televised from coast to coast into the homes of homely housewiv...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 4 - Sitcoms

The Case Against Television: Part 4 - Sitcoms

Sitcoms- Sitcom fans are very depressed people because their lives are so sad and boring. They seek refuge in sitcoms where it appears that the characters are having a fun time, or at least a less boring time than the viewer. The viewer wants to ignore the fact that the characters are highly paid actors faking it, pretending that the sitcom is real life, in effect lying. The viewer wants to...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 3 - Reality TV

The Case Against Television: Part 3 - Reality TV

Reality TV- This latest TV trend is sometimes interesting but usually boring because it accurately presents the boring activities of the people on the show. It's popular because ordinary boring people can relate to it, and the networks love it because it's always a fast and easy low budget production. Producers figure that if you shoot enough home movies you're bound to catch something worth b...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 2 - The Nightly News

The Case Against Television: Part 2 - The Nightly News

The Nightly News- TV newscasts are part tabloid, part propaganda, part PR and part lies. It's not just news; it's a sophisticated tool like a software program that manipulates the audience by suggestion and deception. If you watch closely you'll notice how they use mental tricks to control viewers. Talking heads must sit behind a desk because their lower bodies underdeveloped. News ancho...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 3: Totalitarianism

Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 3: Totalitarianism

Totalitarianism This is the tyrannical dictator's system of choice. Wildly popular among fascist states and royal monarchies around the world because it seizes and maintains power the easy way -- by brute force. Still ruthless rulers become role models that their subjects aspire to be - due to wishful thinking or delusions of grandeur, or both. These leaders are excellent examples of the...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 2: Communism

Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 2: Communism

Communism In theory this is an all-for-one, one-for-all, universally equitable type of utopia fantasized about in every socialist's wet dream. It appealed to the proletariat peasantry as an ideological alternative to their bourgeoisie baron slave masters. It looked good on paper but poor branding doomed it from the start when Western PR propaganda portrayed its hammer & cycle logo to sy...
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Funny story: Political Animals

Political Animals

Political Animals Though we hate to admit it human beings are an animal species that evolved from the suborder Anthropoidea (apes). Despite our more advanced state of intellectual development we're still stuck with primitive behavioral tendencies that dictate our destiny. This is evident in the way political systems function. The power struggles among politicians resemble a herd of wa...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Conspiracies

Political Science 101: Conspiracies

Conspiracies In essence all politics are just one big conspiracy. Conspiracies are interesting and intriguing because they reveal the evil inner workings of politics. The public is often surprised and startled by the dastardly deeds their leaders do on a daily basis. Although there has been constant reports of conspiracies throughout history people are still skeptical because they find it diff...
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Funny story: Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 1

Political Science 101: Government Systems Part 1

Government Systems Capitalism Simply put this is a dog-eat-dog, survival-of-the-fittest, every-man-for-himself, free-for-all feeding frenzy. So it's no wonder it always takes root in so-called democratic societies where freedom and democracy is more of a Wild West type mob rule. The main problem with capitalism is that it feeds off the baser instincts of human greed. The insatiable appetite fo...
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Funny story: The Great Dannemora Run

The Great Dannemora Run

PRISON BREAK !!! Convicted of murder,and neither could cope, They decided escaping was their only hope. They befriended a seamstress and they drew up a plan, When the guards fell asleep the two men began. The job could take months, Rome wasn't built in one day, But they were both serving life, there was no reason to stay. The woman smuggled them hacksaws, the men cut through a wall, Foun...
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Funny story: Introducing the New Science Magazine - "EXPERTZ"

Introducing the New Science Magazine - "EXPERTZ"

Science Magazine EXPERTZ that deals with what they call the science of living is an advanced magazine for the thinking middle-class man. Using all the best scientific evidence it collates its findings in a series of weekly articles designed to enlighten the average upwardly mobile individual on how to get the most how of his/her life. This week it launches a new series of "How To" articles...
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