Monthly Archives: January 2013

LIONEL PODCAST: Stupid Trials, Schnitt v. Bubba, False Superiority & Stuff

Off is not a channel. Atheism is not a religion, it is just a lack in faith. Everyone is atheistic in some way. You do not believe in Zeus. (Some other beauts.) And not collecting stamps is a hobby. I don’t speak French. There’s no name for that other than ignorant. “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Kindness is a concept that Jesus speaks of. It’s a concept that you should accept irrespective of your faith system. Incredulity is a trait and a wonderful reflex. “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it.” The Bubba-Schnitt Chronicles: the juridical toilet. Jurisprudential nadir. Parallel news universes. Inter alia.

Lip stink. Fraudulent, plain and simple. Duplicitous. Fictive, fictional, fugazy, ersatz. Counterfeit. These are a few of my favorite things.

LIONEL PODCAST: Women Are Superior Warriors to Men & Benghazigate Explained

Two points explained. (1) Why women should be allowed in combat . . . because they’re already there. And (2) Benghazigate explicated in full. This is priceless stuff, kids. But first, some basics. And this applies to so many governmental/globalist Anglo-American imperial adventures. It’s critical so feel free to take notes.

The Problem Reaction Solution Paradigm (The Hegelian Dialectic)
1) The government creates or exploits a problem blaming it on others.
2) The people react by asking the government for help willing to give up their rights.
3) The government offers the solution that was planned long before the crisis.

And did you get a load of this? I know what you’re thinking. How does he do that? Not this, but that.

LIONEL PODCAST: Surrounded by the Insane. What Incredible Inspiration.

Hey, Ma! It’s me smack dab in the middle of lunacy. And that’s become the norm. The world’s devolving. And what’s with everyone calling me their “guest”? I was in the bank and they announced for the next guest to step up. Guest. At Bed Bath & Mayhem, same thing. I’m a guest. Well, if I’m a guest, give me something. And now in New York it’s mighty gelid. ‘Twas 13°F this morn. Does anyone know where my huevos are? Thermoreceptors, baby. TMI? Tough. It’s my nature. My friend, sit back and let me just let it out. My thoughts, that is. Nothing Al Roker-like, mind you. Because life knows no continuity, no rhyme and no reason. Nor does this mélange. But enjoy.

And thank you.

Videos. This compilation is worth its weight in whatever you weigh videos by.

LIONEL PODCAST: Don’t Laugh at Manti Te’o. He’s the Future. Relationships Will Be Virtual.

Mental illness readjusted and adjusted on a curve.  The critical issue today is psycopathy. It’s everywhere and most misunderstood. It’s not necessarily about the killer; it’s about those whose appreciation for consequence is eliminated through conditioning or not present. Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong deal in and with the subjects of deception. Not to mention that with humans growing further apart and settling for virtual relationships, there will come a day when imaginary girlfriends accompany imaginary friends on Facebook. Human contact will vanish. And we as a species will devolve into the emotional unicellular level.

The digital recordation of the bold truth. QED, baby.

LIONEL PODCAST: Remember, It’s Lonely Being Right. But Fun.

A great American. As is the case with so many of our great artists, if only we recognized their brilliance when they were alive. And that spirit. That spirit that was considered radicalized and way-out. The revolutionary, the militant. Like Lennon or Lenny or Abbie or Jerry. And now I listen to what they said and it sounds almost quaint. Innocent. Childish. We’ve lost that spirit. There are some around: Matt Taibbi, Gerald Celente, Max Keiser, Greg Palast, Nomi Prins, John Perkins, Bruce Fein. And even the affable and lovable Alex Jones, who wowed that moribund Brit Piers. They’re indefatigable spirits. Fearless. Firebrands and real scary. Entertaining, amazing, riveting. Never boring. And to be honored for their fearlessness.

There’s a purpose for video. Really, I swear.

LIONEL PODCAST: So What’s the Big Deal About Kate’s Portrait?

OK, maybe it’s not the best depiction. This story absolutely cracked me up. Who hired this “artist” anyway? In days of yore he’d be beheaded. And perhaps rightfully so. It’s beyond horrid. And Internet pranksters have had a field day. I’m nothing approximating an Anglophile or royalty fan, in fact the monarchy is just a celebration of recessive inbreeding, interbreeding and a celebration of anachronisms, but there’s something almost piteous about Kate. I can’t think of it now, but I’ll get back to you when I can.

Gun control as a talk radio topic. Talkers Magazine provides this review.

Video genius. Not me, mind you, but the guy who came up with videos. Behold this compilation of free thinking and freewheeling. While news is a parabolic mirror my skewed version is the funhouse mirror: a distortion and accentuation of that which is in fact real. Does that make any sense? Didn’t think so.

LIONEL PODCAST: Here We Think We Go Again. A Day At The Races.

A confession. I have no idea what this title connotes. But that’s between you and me. This is a mélange. A tapestry. The idea’s intriguing. Patchwork podcasting. Mosaic memes and mentation. I’m digging it. Included herein inter alia are my NutriBullet aka Magic Bullet. Sounds like something from the 80’s. It’s called reacting to life. Commenting. Just experiencing. And chronicling. Anyhoo.

And one more thing. Thanks for subscribing. If you notice more and more sites are charging. It’s a reality and forms the basis to encourage citizen journalists and podcast monsters to give it a try. So, again, thanks.

Videos. The latest. Tell a friend.

LIONEL PODCAST: The Exordium. The First of 2013. The First of Many. I Hope.

The exordium. 2013 is the first year since 1987 to have four different numbers. And what does this mean? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. And next year will also have four different numbers again as will the next. Look, it’s called numerology. Translation: the desire to make order and uniqueness out of everything and nothing. Locus of control. Pathetic grasping at control straws. Harmless. But amazingly attractive as an observation.

New “studio.” The acoustics are different. Echoed. Cavernous. New studio. New recording situs. And the horrors of moving and relocation. It’s all here, my dear friend. A peroration of the year, the microscopic analysis of the evident and the not so evident. Is this making any sense?

The latest reflection of death. Thanatology as poetry. I love this expression and phrase. It’s beautiful. It reflects the unfair dismissal of death as some kind of cosmic mistake. An oops, an error; yet it lauds life. Now, I can certainly see the immediate advantages of life versus nonexistence but the sentiment is beautiful. Death is the awakening from the dream of life. The inevitable. The necessary. The programmed and required. Apoptosis. Programmed death. Dig it.

Hail, television! “What is a television apparatus to man, who has only to shut his eyes to see the most inaccessible regions of the seen and the never seen, who has only to imagine in order to pierce through walls and cause all the planetary Baghdads of his dreams to rise from the dust.” (Salvador Dali)