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Wednesday, November 03, 2004
A Return to Zen Apathy


There is no spoon
Like everyone else, I stayed up as late as I could channel surfing between television news stations watching millions of Americans casting their vote for President of the United States.  After a marathon session of alternating between being a couch potato and a nervous coffee-drinking butt monkey, it became agonizingly apparent I was watching the United States of America swallowing the friggin' red pill, state by state.

I also realized I was becoming extremely irritated with the television news anchors bringing me the play-by-play of the electoral action to the comfort of my sofa -- and I wasn't even watching FOX news.  In my state of looming dread and frustration, I wanted to reach through the TV and kill these messengers.  Trying to avoid the 2000 election night embarassment of calling a state for one candidate erroneously while at the same time teasing me with breaking news in the upcoming segment, these talking heads began exacerbating the surging acid reflux in the back of my throat by continually telling me this time that the election in a growing number of states were "too close to call" or "to soon to tell".

"Shut up!" I screamed, seconds prior to swallowing my mouthful of stomach bile.  Couldn't they see the big electoral map of the country was bleeding out in red, time zone by time zone?  Rather than spitting on the television, I thought I should conserve my powerful stomach acids for the final tally.

The country was going -- some would say falling -- to the incumbent president.  The immense fractal blob of red states on the electoral map was not simply a hallucinatory trick of vision seen through my own increasingly tired, itchy and red eyes.

"What about the battleground states?" I asked the annoying television through a burp of gastrointestinal stew.  What about Ohio, and Florida, and Michigan, and those other places you effin' hairsprayed wimps are too scared to tell me about?  If only I could see just one state on the electoral map blink blue instead of red in the middle of the country, there might be some hope to staunch the right-wing hemorrhaging.  Doesn't anyone here have a friggin' Blue Band-Aid?

As Florida seemed to be going red and before the battle could be totally lost without hope, the blue states pulled a left flanking maneuver.  They obviously must have had airport security delays in making the trip from the East Coast to the West Coast of the United States.  U.S. Homeland Security Director, Tom Ridge, is from Pennsylvania.  Clearly he impeded the electoral process by forcing people to stuff the overhead bins with their heavy boxes of provisional ballots.  I have Ridge's memo on this.

Right about the time that California went blue, despite the Govinator's illegal use of time-travel to sway his state's voters is when I heard the phrase "nail-biter" for the two-hundred-and-sixty-third time from the election day color commentators.  Something physical inside my head popped.  I heard it.

Something Pavlovian happened next.  With the growing storm of right-wing red engulfing the rural middle countryside and millions of good people seemingly falling victim to the perpetual delusion machine, the continued use of the phrase nail-biter triggered an unconscious Rorschach desire deep inside me to hunker down.

Perhaps because I have not fully achieved my 12-step program of media de-programming since the intensity of enduring the recent quadruple hurricanes in Florida, I decided to employ the same strategy to hunker down that seemed to have protected me through Hurricane Jeanne.  After all the stressful pre-storm preparation has exhausted my mind and body, hunkering down is not bad adivce.  So, I fell asleep.

I awoke to a new day of hope and co-operation in the United States of America.  John Kerry gave his concession speech, sparing us all the insecurity of electoral litigation and the price of a stamp on the get-well-soon Hallmark card for Supreme Court Chief Justice Rehnquist.

Although I was busy at the time, I did watch and listen to John Kerry thank his supporters and say other sincere concession speech-like things.  Likewise, Dick Cheney gave us the new president and Karl Rove's speech seemed equally as moving.  So, that was nice.

Now that all the high-energy politix is over, I can curl up on my couch and stare at the perpetual delusion machine without worrying about a renewed presidential mandate for empire building.  There are no more "I approve this message" messages to share with me with scary wolves, and ostriches, and eagles.

I can return to my long-pursued goal of attaining Zen Apathy.  Now, I don't care and I am perfectly happy.  Well, don't bet all your money on that.


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Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Find your reason to vote


Find your reason to vote
It has been estimated that nearly 20% of American voters have already cast their vote in the presidential election before a polling place even opened its doors this morning.  Some have voted using mail-in absentee ballots because they are not physically able to cast their ballot in their own voting precinct today.  Absentee voters could be the elderly or disabled, people simply travelling today on business or pleasure, or our U.S. military personnel scattered all over the globe.

In some 32 states in the U.S, of which Florida is one, early voting was permitted.  Even without hard data to cite at this time, I can confidently suggest that tens of thousands of people in every county within each early voting state took advantage of that opportunity.  Anecdotally, my local news has been running stories of people waiting in line for three or four hours to cast their vote early.

These tenacious people have already found their reason to vote.

Today, my only sincere worry is that some people may find any lame excuse not to get off their fat ass and cast their vote.  By all accounts, voter turnout will be high -- compared to previous elections.  If voter turnout is about 60% of the population and 80% of them still need to vote, the little live countdown clock on CNN showing that there is only 6 hours left before the first poll closes makes me nervous.  Tens of millions of people need to vote today.  You need to find your reason to vote and hang onto that reason in your mind.  You may find yourself standing in a long line, in terrible weather, and perhaps in the dark.

Our respected blogdrive friend, Brandon Starr, has been thoughtfully categorizing his top ten non-policy reasons to get rid of George W. Bush.  He found his reasons to vote.  Read them.  Maybe you will find your reason to vote.  Sinister Ninja has a reason to vote.  His girlfriend is being deployed to Iraq, for the second time time, in less than two weeks.

I also imagine that these people can also tell you a reason to vote.  They don't confuse or equate patriotism and supporting our troops with the political psychological warfare being waged by Cheney and his cronies.  These warmongers: who meet in secret, use fear against our own citizens, and create more death for the sake of corporate profits and personal wealth -- while at the same time -- they foist the psychologically stunted, born-again, idiot son of an ex-president in front of the country to innocently smile like your next-door neighbor, snicker, and thank everyone for their prayers.

Some of you, during your busy day today, may actually see the Perpetual Delusion Machine about which I blogged yesterday, if you go shopping.  I didn't know it at the time, but Walmart's contribution to the electoral process -- being such a good corporate citizen -- will be to broadcast the FOX news coverage of today's election on the innumerable televisions in the thousands of its superstores.  How absolutely considerate of them.  If you go to Walmart today, you can observe the Perpetual Delusion Machine in action.

I urge you not to fall victim to fear today -- fear of the PDM liberal boogeyman, that is.  I can safely assure you that if you vote for John Kerry today, the world will not stop spinning.  I've looked everywhere, and I haven't found any suggestion that John Kerry wants to take away your bible, force your daughter to have a late-term abortion, or make your son marry your wife's hairdresser, Charles.

On the other hand, if you've prayed about it and feel compelled to vote for George Bush -- please take at least the next 1100 minutes to pray for the families of the dead U.S. service personnel already killed in Iraq.  If you're still compelled to vote for George Bush after that, take another 100,000 minutes before you vote for Bush-Cheney and pray for the Iraqi people who have also been killed.

War and death are contagious human situations that grow exponentially like a viral disease.  I honestly don't think our planet can survive four more years of this insanity, but that just my reason.  You have to find your own reason to get rid of George Bush and his warmongering puppet masters.  Once you have that reason, do whatever it takes today to make your own reason known by voting.


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Monday, November 01, 2004
Perpetual Delusion Machine


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History of the Perpetual Delusion Machine

The Perpetual Delusion Machine (PDM) isn't new, but it is improved.  It has been refined, upgraded, and sometimes retrofitted over the last 40 years to become handier and more useful to a modern conservative propagandist making a seven figure consulting fee with the Republican party.

The PDM is now small enough to fit into the flannel shirt pocket of any culturally sensitive billionaire and rugged enough to withstand the impact if it should accidentally fall out of your pocket while operating a chainsaw on your 1500 acre ranch after the photo opportunity has ended and the red lights on the video cameras have long since blinked off.  High-end models of the PDM are increasingly becoming more affordable.  Even a first-time GOP congressional candidate running a low-budget virgin campaign for House of Representatives can now afford to purchase a good PDM.

Original and prototype models of the Perpetual Delusion Machine -- created with the inefficiency that only the Defense Department can fully master -- were bulky, slow, and only available through federal procurement.  Advances in technology, mass communications, and miniaturization have improved the original PDM.

Starting with Richard Nixon's improved foreign relations with China in the 1970s, the PDM first underwent significant cost-benefit improvements that the Pacific Rim could offer.  Japanese technological innovations in the PDM could be cheaply mass-produced in Hong Kong manufacturing facilities.  In the following decade, the Asian supply of quality PDMs dried up about the same time that slippery vomit was drying up on the Japanese Prime Minister's lap, courtesy of the original President Bush.

Free trade agreements being all the rage on nearly every private golf course available to corporate executives and the politicians that caddy for them, the Perpetual Delusion Machine was soon made for dimes on the dollar in Mexico.  It easily flooded the marketplace of ideas as fast as you could fire and deport your European nanny and then not only hire a new nanny, but also a landscaper, a personal assistant and a pretty little Mexican maid simply by learning a few new phrases in Spanish.  Por favor, de nada, and Viva Bush being among the most useful.

How does the Perpetual Delusion Machine work?

If you are a politician craving conservative voters in your precinct or state, the PDM is very simple to understand, but you must operate your PDM with the time-tested psychological settings.  The most important thing to remember when operating your own PDM is that no matter what your specific political goals are, conservative voters are willing and perpetual victims of the nebulous boogeyman they commonly call the liberal elite.  The main thing is that you want to create the angry, oppressed backlash.  Here's part of the PDM owners manual:
The Great Backlash has made the laissez-faire revival possible, but this does not mean that it speaks to us in the manner of the capitalists of old, invoking the divine right of money or demanding that the lowly learn their place in the great chain of being. On the contrary: The backlash imagines itself as a foe of the elite, as the voice of the unfairly persecuted, as a righteous protest of the people on history's receiving end. That its champions today control all three branches of government matters not a whit. That its greatest beneficiaries are the wealthiest people on the planet does not give it pause.

In fact, backlash leaders systematically downplay the politics of economics. The movement's basic premise is that culture outweighs economics as a matter of public concern - that Values Matter Most, as one backlash book title has it. On those grounds it rallies citizens who would once have been reliable partisans of the New Deal to the standard of conservatism. Old-fashioned values may count when conservatives appear on the stump, but once conservatives are in office the only old-fashioned situation they care to revive is the regimen of low wages and lax regulations. Over the last three decades they have smashed the welfare state, reduced the tax burden on corporations and the wealthy, and generally facilitated the country's return to a nineteenth-century pattern of wealth distribution. Thus the primary contradiction of the backlash: It is a working-class movement that has done incalculable, historic harm to working-class people.

The leaders of the backlash may talk Christ, but they walk corporate. Values may "matter most" to voters, but they always take a back seat to the needs of money once the elections are won. This is a basic earmark of the phenomenon, absolutely consistent across its decades-long history. Abortion is never halted. Affirmative action is never abolished. The culture industry is never forced to clean up its act. Even the greatest culture-warrior of them all, Ronald Reagan, was a notorious cop-out once it came time to deliver.

One might expect this reality to vex the movement's true believers. Their grandstanding leaders never produce, their fury mounts and mounts, and nevertheless they turn out every two years to return their right-wing heroes to office for a second, a third, a twentieth try. The trick never ages, the illusion never wears off. Vote to stop abortion; receive a rollback in capital-gains taxes. Vote to make our country strong again; receive deindustrialization. Vote to screw those politically correct college professors; receive electricity deregulation. Vote to get government off our backs; receive conglomeration and monopoly everywhere from media to meatpacking. Vote to stand tall against terrorists; receive Social Security privatization efforts. Vote to strike a blow against elitism; receive a social order in which wealth is more concentrated than ever before in our lifetimes, in which workers have been stripped of power and CEOs are rewarded in a manner beyond imagining.

The Perpetual Delusion Machine now has a Patriotism retrofit available.

"The people can always be brought to do the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism."

--Nazi leader Hermann Goering


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Sunday, October 31, 2004
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Saturday, October 30, 2004
TAG board archive - October 2004


Everyone!  Into the pool!!
So ... why?  Well, I go through the TAG board periodically (or when asked) and delete entries.  Mainly I delete your entries because it reloads the page periodically or when you add a new entry for chatting and when it gets too large, it takes up bandwidth loading constantly.  My general rule was this: if you put an annoying little smilie emoticon on the TAG, that entry was the first to go when I cleaned house.

The second rule: if the entry was older.  But the second rule bummed me out because I hate to throw away memories, so, some entries were deemed to be classics and had to be preserved (like Hygelic reading my blog in the bathroom on his cell phone).

Then the first and second rules unfortunately clashed when it came to old school phreeks who might put an ascii emoticon at the end of their sentence, like Skennedy (et al).  These people were violating my first unstated rule through no fault of their own, and, because the programmers of the TAG board must have thought to themselves, "how handy-fucking-dandy would it be if we just translated every ascii emoticon to a different happy little yellow face?"  So, they dropped another few hits of Exstacy, patted each other on the back and went back to coding the TAG board.

So, whether it is a good thing or a bad thing, whether it is wise or terribly, terribly wrong -- I've decided to archive the TAG board here for all to see -- and still be able to delete older entries (and keep the TAG.html small) with a clear conscience.  I normally archive halfway through the month.

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Laura Bush HORRENDOUSL
Brandon Starr I'm up to non-policy reason to vote for Kerry over Bush #2. I'll be glad when Tuesday comes...
Ruse I really like yer banner
Lyly John- hehehe you be an interestin' dude... "Alas poor Annie, we knew her well, but now's the time to visit hell." hehe I know that's twisted but hey, she's Bill's 'friend.'
Mar have a nice weekend (ty for the tag back)
princessdeirdre *drops off cookies and milk for ya* aww. I'm such a nice princess. hehe
J f Z I'm honored. You're the first Cutie Snow Girl we've had visit, too. So, that's cool.
cutiesnowgirl I've never visited your blog before and I am pleased that I did.....make of that what you will
J f Z <-- Wail, I'm highly tempted to dress up like the 'pudding makes me stronger' guy. It shouldn't be too hard for me to pull off.
J f Z Damn. I'd paid good money to see Ann Coulter with a bright red ball gag in her mouth. Heh.
Lyly figuratively, of course...
Lyly Evening JfZ, watching Bill Maher and Richard Belzer skewer Ann Coulter
wailfulrhyme oh yeah... did you hear that poland has decided to pull it's troops out of iraq? hehe... they're hoping all their soldiers will be out by the end of january. so technically. bush no longer has poland.
wailfulrhyme so what are you being for halloween?
Brandon Starr #5 reason is up now, JfZ.
Mar hi again J f Z
Helleena Boy oh boy I did not know that I was so good at taking pictures. Dam I am good!
just a dot Very nice blog.
Libby no problems
Libby what?
Brandon Starr I'm not in the middle. Bush has gotta go. Polls show more than 80% of Dems like Kerry, and I'll accept those odds. No, I can't send them packing. It's Kerry volunteerism, not Bush.
Duke Besides, what someone claims to be (Dem, Rep, Lib, etc) doesn't necessarily correlate with who they're gonna vote for, so if a Dem is gonna vote for Bush are you gonna send 'em walkin'?
Duke Libertarian (forgot the 'N')
Duke But Brandon, you said you're a Libertaria so why drive Dems and not Reps? If you're in the middle shouldn't you drive whoever needs/wants a ride?
Brandon Starr Why would anyone who needs to fill their gas tank vote for Bush, for that matter?
J f Z If you REALLY DO need a ride, why would you vote for any Republican? That's just crazy talk.
Brandon Starr I presume the Republicans have volunteers doing the same thing.
Duke So what if a Republican needs a ride?
Brandon Starr If anyone lives in a swing state, or within driving distance of one, I'd urge them to volunteer. I'm Libertarian, but I'll be driving Democrats to the polls in my Kerry-leaning state of Washington.
wailfulrhyme hi JFZ... thanks for the wise words on my blog. i forgot to say so earlier which may've been rude of me. take care!
Phases Thank ya bud.
Brandon Starr Ten days til election day, and I've started a daily "ten non-policy reasons to vote Kerry instead of Bush." I invite others to come up with their own top ten lists...
Sinister Ninja I love the graphic J, thank you! I'm gonna try and think of a way to use it, if that's cool with you?
Helleena Ok Duke I will see what is going on right now I have asick kitty I am taking care of. so thigs here are kind of crazy.
Parisian15 great place you have here
Seige your blog is looking greater everytime i visits
Brandon Starr Just blogged about Iran's endorsement of Bush.
Lyly sorry, 'there'
Lyly John- thank you for your comment at my blog...I replied to you their.
Duke Perhaps but his comment leads me to believe otheriwse...BTW, can you please have JfZ EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW THAT HE GOT MY EMAIL!?!?!?!?
Helleena I am sure that he is brighter than you give him credit for.
Duke uhh Freudian...you do realize that the Gamerz and Get off You Ass are TWO different graphics! Don't you?
kisses great site!!! love it, really ... im coming back here... would you mind if i drop a *kiss* ?
FreudianSlip lmao @ the Gamerz vote graphic that says geet off your ass! ahaha
jade hey, nice blog... nice entry too
Duke <---New entry...did you check your email yet (JfZ)? Let me know ASAP as it is rather urgent and I want to make certain that you received it!
princessdeirdre Hello. Just stopping in for a look-see.
CuriouslyMad Seriously, I think it's very very barely alive.
CuriouslyMad Hey, I came all the way here to tell you I'm typing on my laptop. That's right, it's on! Ha. And you thought it wouldn't learn it's lesson.
Lyly Hey there, John.
Duke Ok, I originally sent it to your plastic account but just re-sent it to your juno account
J f Z For 32 states in the US, the reg deadline has passed. Since each state has different rules, I decided to leave the Voter Registration Tool up until election.
Duke Did you check your email? If not, check it (JfZ) there is a rather urgent message I sent you.
Lyly John - don't worry I was just teasing Big Brother...
GenePoolLifeguard Dude, its too late to register to vote.
Kristi lol You are so funny. I think I'm gonna go straight and marry you! lol I'm with Phases on that one, need some topless chicks to balance it out.... REALLY! It is ONLY FAIR! lol
Angel_Ameria I second that... :- )
jade heh, i'll take the guys over the girls anytime
J f Z Hi Phases. Been a while. I added some indoor plumbing recently.
Phases Nice blog you got here. Well, except the topless dudes over there. You need to put in some topless chicks to balance it out. It's only fair.
Mark Adams "Oh Dude" Hersh & UK media document US atrocities This needs to get out there.
Spiderman 2(Ronan) thanks for the tag! nice reviews
Rocker boom baby! heh. havent been here in a while, just cruising by.
J f Z Come to FL. TX sux. We're picking up sticks here ... And there's still juice in hurricane season for one nasty one to hit TX.
Kristi But, wondering if maybe TX would be a better place to go since Florida was hit so hard this year.
Kristi Do you really wanna know what happened to me this week? lol You are a sillyman! That is why we all like you so much. lol I'm still looking to move to florida after school is out this year.
J f Z Dang, Jorge. I was never very good at scrabble. They must have counted 'ein' as a word. Preety cool , tho!
J f Z Spanner, if you like the GIF, feel free to rip it. I made it nonpartisan so anyone can use it on their own site to link to whatever they'd like.
J f Z Heh. I don't want a buddy in the WH. I want someone who can think for himself and not rely on his daddy'd friends for everything.
Jorge :]
Jorge The word is Therein
Jorge O.o Woah, ...Hello
Spanner Ilike your threat lvel for voting...Pretty kewl
dennis Kerry = "sonorous" Bush = "sophomoric"
dennis JfZ - You missed it!! Dubya will win because he is an expert at putting on the "virtue" posture, face and tonal qualities - at his best re: "stem cells" which = abortion = conservative votes.
John Furie Zacharias What's shakin' Kristi Fem? I was just being bored sillyman.
Kristi Dude, I was just stating that I exist by peeping in and booing. lol
jade cool blog
jan yep true
J f Z Thanks, you guys. Nice of you to say. Spanner, I added the link to the Ryan a/v clip.
Spanner John go to my site anc heck outthe tim ryan Video and please add it on your blog!
Spanner LOL good one john!
Die Spiegel kick ass place. not going to vote tho.
Steff kewl site, doll, like the lightnin strikes!
J f Z Thanks, Brandon. I would put it on a shirt, but hopefully a few weeks from now, the evil Bush Cheney effort will be foiled and it'll be too dated to be funny. LOL
Brandon Starr Funny "Dynamic Debate Duo" bit, JfZ! Did you really draw the cartoon? It's great! Put it on a Zazzle shirt or something!
dennis Until you have been loved by Mikey you haven't been fully loved yet - dog breath and all (chuckle)
John Furie Zacharias Hehehe. That's because Mikey is a dog and his breath probably smells like cat poop. LOL
jan Mikey still stops at yr trlr for his lovin but gets none -
Brandon Starr I'm definitely watching. TiVoing, too.
John Furie Zacharias Are you going to watch the Cheney-Edwards WWF VP Smack Down tonight? If *that* debate devolves, it'll be like a bulldog chewing on a poodle.
John Furie Zacharias It also means: to degenerate or deteriorate gradually, grow worse. But, anyway ... SNL did have Ben Affleck as James Carville giving Kerry advice.
dennis "devolve" - what an interesting word, Jeff. "De" = down. "Volve" = roll. I never heard it before. Good use of it!!!
Halcyon I don;t know where the pod bay doors are I'm afraid.
John Furie Zacharias You don't scare me, Kristi ... but you do (nevermind) Heh. Tease-Tease.
John Furie Zacharias You're pissing me off! I could only be sure of just TWO of the slogans, dammit!
Brandon Starr The movie poster pics remind me--I just did a Trivia Question of the Day about business slogans in movies. Some easy, some tough.
Kristi Boo
dennis Jan, is that you?!!!I want your e-mail address again. I had a major loss of ALL info. Give Mikey a rub for me
jan sandbox??
Melly thanks for stoppin
John Furie Zacharias There's a photo of Dennis petting Mikey on his Sandbox page, Jan.
jan the laundromat worked good thru the storms Mikey thot twas great!
jan yep
Strangergirl lol... ooo
Strangergirl Heya! Amazing! You visited my website... and I didn't even know I published that... lol... gar, am I stupid.
dennis Hey, good blog on the apocalypse!!
dennis I had a "vision". Cheney watching the debate: "I KNEW that dumb ass's eyes were too close together"
John Furie Zacharias In the [Headphones] of the latest Conspiracy Theory ... might work for your heartburn page. Heh.
Strangergirl Hiya! What? MP3? forgot?
John Furie Zacharias Your mail-in Voter Registration form must be post-marked tomorrow 10/04 in most states! Make me proud!
Brandon Starr Newsweek poll: Kerry's strength in first debate has led to evaporation of recent Bush lead. Link on my blog.
Brandon Starr They may have rotated the tires, too.
J f Z Blogdrive was down on Saturday until 5pm. They upgraded servers and changed the oil.
John Furie Zacharias Thanks for the URL, Dennis. I think the underlying worry>dislike>hatred for the U.S. comes from recent history. IE: Military occupations & colonial puppet governments by past western empire builders.
dennis Get inside the head of a Muslim in Iraq - see what's really happening, eh?
dennis No, this is not what you may fear it is. You'll find more about Iraw - what's really going on- note Mullah!!http://www.muslimsforjesus.org/End%20Times /Anti-Christ/Mullah%20Omar.htm

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