“Vegan is just a polite word for eating disorder.”
That being a comment on this story.
…does not come from this website, for a change. As we all know, Georgia was smacked by a couple tornadoes a little while ago, and while there was a lot of damage, this house miraculously escaped, pretty much unscathed, despite being directly in the tornado’s path.
And in the comments below the article came this absolute gem:
“We no longer glorify heroic deeds, we glorify heroic suffering.” — Greg Cochran
Yup. To be a member of a “victimized” class (women, Blacks, LGBTOSHTFU, etc.) is the sine qua non of modern heroism. But the holder of a Medal of Honor or Victoria Cross? War criminal.
All of which reminds me: it’s Range Day at this address.
From Longtime Reader Fred Z:
“Much, possibly most, of modern life should be ignored.”
From a commenter on this post:
“[James] Madison was 25 in 1776; by the time he was [Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s] current age he was drafting the Constitution.”
Compare and contrast Madison’s output with that of Horseface’s Green New Deal.
And people wonder why we old-fashioned conservatives revere bygone times, and their inhabitants…
I borrowed this expression from a Powerline article last week:
“Consistently wrong, but never in doubt.”
Hinderaker uses it to describe the Global Warming “scientists”, but it actually applies to all socialists.