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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 25: Balooning

The Case Against Recreation - Part 25: Balooning

Balooning- Hot air ballooning popular in some locales that have a climate and topography suitable to such an absurd activity. To understand its appeal we need to examine the symbolism involved. First there's the basket that holds the passengers. This could mean they are all basket cases, or that they are going to hell in a handbasket, or both. Then next is the balloon that carries...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 24: Kite Flying

The Case Against Recreation - Part 24: Kite Flying

Kite Flying- When someone gets disgusted with you and wants you to go away, they often say, "Go fly a kite." It's a polite way of saying, "Go to hell." This infers that kite flying is a decidedly negative thing to do. If this is true then why do people do it? There are at least two possible reasons why someone would fly a kite. The first is that they are simply intellectually inept to unde...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 23: Camping

The Case Against Recreation - Part 23: Camping

Camping- Camping trips are yet another example of the fixation humans has with animal behavior. Despite advanced creature comforts and housing with all the conveniences of modern living, people are still drawn to the harsh elements of the great outdoors. It's a mindless ingrained habit that defies all logic except if it's like a salmon swimming against the current to reach the spawning ground upst...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 22: Picnics

The Case Against Recreation - Part 22: Picnics

Picnics- involve the eating of meals in an outdoor setting such as a park. The procedure is quite simple: participants prepare the meal at home, pack it along with a table cloth, and maybe some folding chairs. Then they go to an outdoor location, perhaps a designated public picnic area where they spread the tablecloth on the ground, if no picnic tables are available. It's a popular pastime conside...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 21: Barbeques

The Case Against Recreation - Part 21: Barbeques

Barbeques- usually takes place in someone's backyard with family or friends gathered around a pit or grill with flaming charcoal that cooks meat. Attendees enjoy the festive atmosphere because it's an ingrained remnant of their prehistoric past when early humans killed and ate animals in the wild. Some those feasts were also rituals featuring human sacrifices atop an alter somewhat resembling a mo...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 20: Bicycling

The Case Against Recreation - Part 20: Bicycling

Bicycling- The growing popularity of this activity illustrates the utterly obvious infiltration of obsessive pseudo-sexual perversion running rampant throughout society like a bicyclist running through a red light at a busy intersection. The term "bicycle" is a combination of two root words meaning bi (as in bipolar or bisexual), and cycle (as in vicious cycle or recycled waste). The underlying de...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 19: Board Games

The Case Against Recreation - Part 19: Board Games

Board Games Board games are custom coordinated games specially designed for boring people, and as such they are ill fit for anyone who wants an interesting game to play. The slow pace of these games is an ideal match to the rate of their inert intellect. Monopoly- People who love the mind-numbing monotony choose to play the game of Monopoly, day after day, week after week; for adults i...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 18: Billiards & Pool

The Case Against Recreation - Part 18: Billiards & Pool

Pool & Billiards- Pool players prefer to call the game Billiards so it is not confused with a swimming type of pool. And because the pool stick sounds too much like pulls dick, which is what the game is really all about. But players are understandably embarrassed by it and they don't want anyone to know. Try as they might, it's impossible to hide because the symbolism is just too obvio...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 17: Dice & Darts

The Case Against Recreation - Part 17: Dice & Darts

Dice & Darts- Dice games are another asinine activity usually played in sleazy bars and urban alleys by brain-dead boozehounds that are too drunk to play a smarter game. They roll the dice and instantly lose their life savings, and there is little chance they will ever recoup that seventeen dollars. A distinct breed of cretin is instinctively drawn to the game of Darts. It's a...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 16: Card Games

The Case Against Recreation - Part 16: Card Games

Cards- There are many types of card games, most of which are designed to pit the players against each other in order to cultivate a hostile antagonistic society, with all the problems that entails. Card games were contrived by the ruling class to control the proletariat, simple-minded, illiterate peasants who were easily manipulated by such tricks that appealed to their base instincts. Eve...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 15: Games

The Case Against Recreation - Part 15: Games

Games Games were originally intended to be a form of play activity for infants, and mentally handicapped people who have yet to develop the intellectual faculties needed to function in a sensible manner. The games were designed for a specific aptitude level and geared to subjects with limited mental capacity and motor skills. Any other application of game activity was strictly proh...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 14: "Escort" Services

The Case Against Recreation - Part 14: "Escort" Services

"Escort" Services- A whore by any other name is just a whore. Call girls, prostitutes, hookers, etc., their all the same, although rates may vary according to how respectful, or slutty, the particular title is that they use. But no matter what their title is, they screw 25 guys a day so wear a condom. It's always funny to see a guy fall in love with a whore, thinking he's her only boyfr...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 13: Adult Entertainment

The Case Against Recreation - Part 13: Adult Entertainment

Adult Entertainment Strip Shows-Some cities have strip joints where depraved men go to see naked women live on stage. These venues are more like torture chambers because it's all a tease, customers are not allowed to touch. They do however offer an occasional lap-dance--for the right price. Adult Cinema- Before Videotapes and DVDs came out, the entire pervert population had to go to theaters...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 11: Amusement Parks

The Case Against Recreation - Part 11: Amusement Parks

Amusement Parks- There's nothing amusing about amusement parks, they are more like abusing parks. People go there to get thrills but sometimes they get killed instead. It's the ultimate entertainment experience, if your idea of entertainment is doing hours of activities that make you feel the maximum level of fear before going into shock, pushing the limits of hysteria that would traumatiz...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 10: Clowns

The Case Against Recreation - Part 10: Clowns

Clowns- These popular performers are all failures as real comedians. They must spend their lives making utter fools of themselves, but they don't care as long as people laugh at them. Unfortunately, the only people laughing are 5 year-old kids who think clowns are pathetic. Bozo is the most famous clown. The fact that calling someone a Bozo is an insult shows the level of respect clowns ge...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 9: Circus & Carnival

The Case Against Recreation - Part 9: Circus & Carnival

Circus & Carnival- The three-ring circus is an entertainment extravaganza that brings out the true nature of the human-for better or worse. It's an epic exposition of eccentric exhibitionists, a full contingent of show biz outcasts too proud to compromise their artistic integrity in opera or ballet, and with talent too great to waste on Broadway. They were destined for the so-called Gr...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 8: Comedy

The Case Against Recreation - Part 8: Comedy

Comedy- Most TV sitcoms (situation comedy) are just not funny. Period. The audience is prompted to laugh whenever the fake laugh track is switched on. Funny or not they laugh on cue because it's the only joy in their miserable lives. It's the one thing they look forward to at the end of a long day slaving away in the rat race. Many of them all alone and suffering in quiet desperati...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 7: Recitals

The Case Against Recreation - Part 7: Recitals

Recitals- The smallest and cheapest, but often the most artistically rich type of musical event. The recital is usually a solo performance featuring a virtuoso musician-or a rank amateur who can't get any other gig. The small-scale venue is an intimate setting ideal for maximizing the entertainment experience. The only problem is when someone farts the sound and smell is much more...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 6: Plays & Stage Shows

The Case Against Recreation - Part 6: Plays & Stage Shows

Plays & Stage Shows- Live theater is a lost art that was quickly dumped as soon as motion pictures took root in society. Stage shows were big way back in the days of Shakespeare but nowadays guys shake their own spears at a different kind of show-the strip show. As antiquated as it is the stage show still has a certain appeal, which would seem strange until you consider the IQ of the a...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 5: Concerts

The Case Against Recreation - Part 5: Concerts

Concerts- The idea of the concert originated hundreds of years ago, way before there was a medium to record music. The only way they could listen to music was to hear it being played live. Concert promoters delayed the development of recording devices for centuries in a conspiracy to protect their operations. It was a racket that marketed music like a rare commodity and thwarted cr...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 4: Movies

The Case Against Recreation - Part 4: Movies

Movies- Motion pictures have come a long way since Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton first bored us with their silent films. And let's not forget the Keystone Kopps who brought shame and disgrace upon every police force in America, by making our men in blue look like a bunch of clueless idiots. Another low point in film making history was the childhood labor exploitation of Shirley...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 3: Diner, Drinks, and Dancing

The Case Against Recreation - Part 3: Diner, Drinks, and Dancing

Dinner, Drinks and Dancing This entertainment combo frequently goes together as a dating package. The way it works is like this: The couple knows the routine, they want to have fun but to do it right they need to follow a standard procedure that they can count on. The Three Ds have been a reliable strategy for generations as a ritualistic part of the traditional game playing involv...
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