Posted On: Wednesday - May 6th 2020 6:57PM MST
In Topics:   Music  Liberty/Libertarianism  Healthcare Stupidity  Female Stupidity
Firstly, we note that Mr. E.H. Hail has put up Part IX of his series of very informative essays on everything related to the Kung Flu, data, policy and politics-wise. In this one, he discusses the hysterical Congressloon Haley Stevens of the State of Michigan, whom we laughed at in the post Paranoia Will Destroy Ya' a month back. Mr. Hail goes into much more detail on her biographical info. in this entertaining post of his.
We asked what is in all that fresh water in Michigan, with the Governor and Haley Stevens being examples. It's not just the women however, as after all, only 9 Governors are women at the present time. One can't help but think that the women's vote, another fuck-up of these damn Amenders (come to think of it, it's time for another Morning Constitutional) has gotten us in this situation.
You will hear "but the women voted for Trump" and all kinds of stats, but Trump is no Conservative, and there is a big gender gap, or, per Steve Sailer, really a "marriage gap". Married white women vote pretty Conservatively. That worked out OK until we ended up having so many single women, in the present day. Also,as we discussed in a post about our #2 literary pundit Michelle Malkin in Michelle Malkin - in the right / no sense of the big picture, it's the big picture that most women don't pay any attention to. How many women, other than that weirdo Ayn Rand are true Libertarians and Constitutionalists? I don't meet too many. (I do like that Claire Wolfe, out in Washington State - hope she's doing well.) Without that big picture, there is no perspective, an important quality to allow one to avoid panic and hysteria, such as is the case over this Kung Flu.
The men, at least those in power, seem to have been following along with the feminism too, likely just to avoid trouble. What we have today in America is a Matriarchy, rule of the nannies. Would this Infotainment-based PanicFest have been going on in 1950's America, even with Polio, and many other serious diseases that have been eradicated since? Stable and rational men were in charge back then, so no, not hardly.
This is your nation on menopause:
The only reason I wrote this kind of vague, directionless post tonight is that I forgot, for now, a good anecdote on this Kung Flu PanicFest and that I have some of this hysteria in the family here. It's getting old, and I really need this nationwide hysteria to wrap up prontomundo!
It'd be very easy for Peak Stupidity to include the song Hysteria by Def Leppard to accompany this post, but I just don't think it's a good song. I had to look it up, knowing it was by one of those "hair bands" of the 1980s. How about we just include a different hair band song? (It's not just about long hair, but you've gotta all have BIG HAIR to be officially a Hair Band.)
These guys have to what it takes, and they made a lot of good music, lots of it in the 1970s rather than '80s. We got in a 2-day Journey kick at the end of '17, with the great Steve Perry/Greg Rollie duets Feelin' that Way/Anytime and Just the Same Way and then more recently we featured Lights.
Here's Stone in Love from Journey's 1981 album Escape.