The video is half way there. A better video would be to show a dinner plate with salad, oil & vinegar, fish, wine, and ice cream. Then toss all of those into the blender.
Alternatively, vinegar and ice cream are both perfectly good foods, but mixing them together, improves neither. A single drop of vinegar ruins a perfectly good ice cream sundae.
That would spoil a perfectly good meal (or two). As it stands, I can still eat the icecream as a milkshake.
If I was you, I would tone down the “leftist propaganda machine” stuff. Skeptics might be somewhat apprehensive to the anti-establishment rhetoric.
To be clear, I do not disagree with you. The left is sickening.
Good, but to complete the analogy there should arguably be a separate plate of chocolate ice cream which stays intact.
Your toaster oven looks like it has been through hell.
That’s how president Obama was made!
True. Since that’s how he was made, maybe we can use the same method to UNMAKE him. We can build a giant blender and lure him in with promises of votes or something.
Careful Eric Holder doesn’t see that. Nobody wants the Thought Police after them.
Threats against a public figure are theoretically legally actionable. I think your comment is too ridiculous to be credible, but be warned. You’ve got your real name lying around here.
Personally I’d love to see the media explode when they find a Jewish white nationalist, but your life will be ruined. Remove the comment.
Maybe bait it with a down low bro? Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
What strikes me is how pink the milkshake is after the blending. Bad Religion promised us “The Gray Race”, which is the color I expected the milkshake to turn out. Num num, gray ice cream!
I had to have milk in the blender first in order for it to blend for the video.
Yes, I use stuff until it stops working and that toaster-oven has been through a lot. You could say it has suffered from “diversity”.
What gave you the idea to use visual props in a video?
It was my own original idea and I’ve wanted to do it for a long time. At the latest Amren conference I vowed I’d make it happen when I got home.
Oh, I thought you got it from Mencius Moldbug.
If you both thought it up independently, one of you should say “Great minds think alike”. Since Moldbug doesn’t pay any attention to itty-bitty bloggers like you(?) and me, it’ll have to be you.
Yes, it is too ridiculous to be credible. Here’s Obama joking about killing some public figures:
Just as it was obvious he was joking, so too is it obvious I was joking. His “threat” was much more credible; predator drones are actually used to kill people. Blenders are not. Just a little research into the matter reveals that threats against the president must be understood, by a reasonable person, to be credible and serious. Clearly, mine was not serious. I’m not going to worry about it.
OK, cool. I keep remembering what happened to 16 Volts.
Indeed, great minds think alike!
Yeah, but you print my comments and Moldbug won’t.
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Not a Zionist, but an Ashkenazi Nationalist