The name for a state within the USA, once known as Massachusetts. But because the capital is so much easier to say, and because no one knows where the hell it is without its capital existing, the name of the state might as well be its capital: Boston.

Dood1: hey, didn't you say you were going to Massive Two Shits or whatever?

Dood2: what? Oh you mean Boston? Yeah I went, it was filled with cholos from the vineyards.


(n.) a stuck-up self-important upper-class twit who probably had a silver spoon in every orifice since day one and had daddy's money to bail them out of whatever trouble they got themselves into, and who lords their fancy education over working class folk to play at being more sophisticated than they really are.

bitter? oh. a tad.

etymology: the word comes from 'toffee-nose,' an aptly-named medical condition commonly resulting from the disease called syphilis


(n.) a variety of nerd found in japan, exhibiting most of the classical nerd characteristics including aversion to social situations not carried out through the comforting barrier of a computer screen and pop culture jargon


(n.) ∅

"what was silent in the father speaks in the son"
"mistrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful,
the hanged man and the bloodhound."
"tarantulas, with their backs turned on life"

"so let's play with the face of hate.
hate me for a moment.
hate everything i am."
"hatred will heat you when you're cold,
hatred will be there when you're alone"

"i wasted time, and now, doth time waste me"

(also: soul-crushing)
(also: hate crimes)
(also: enemies)
(also: revenge)
(also: keeping score)

(also: zero-sum games)
(also: zero-sum thinking)


(n.) what inevitably happens when you cut off the tail end of culture and leave it hanging, when you rip the religion (aka nascent metaphysics) out of a culture's foundation and deem it 'passe', 'ignorant' or some such without providing a suitable alternative. a bastard child of culture who, on a bad day, develops bpd, does coke, and engages in love-bombing, isolation, gaslighting and other manipulation.

(also: culture)
(also: religion)
(also: metaphysics)


(n.) a fruit hailing from southeast asia and oceania, known for its beguilingly-elongated, whimsically-curved shape, and the ease with which its rind can be removed. actually neither of those qualities exists within natural, grown-in-the-wild bananas; both were engineered into the fruit by godless human meddling.

common cartoon knowledge holds the banana to be a favorite repast of the monkey.

simon bolivar quotes

(also: simon bolivar)

”When tyranny becomes law, rebellion is a right.” -Simon Bolivar

”A people that loves freedom will in the end be free.” -Simon Bolivar

”The art of victory is learned in defeat.” -Simon Bolivar

”Nations will march towards the apex of their greatness at the same pace as their education. Nations will soar if their education soars; they will regress if it regresses. Nations will fall and sink in darkness if education is corrupted or completely abandoned.” -Simon Bolivar

”Flee the country where a lone man holds all power: It is a nation of slaves.”-Simon Bolivar

”To do something right it must be done twice. The first time instructs the second.”-Simon Bolivar

”The continuation of authority has frequently proved the undoing of democratic governments. Repeated elections are essential to the system of popular governments, because there is nothing so dangerous as to suffer power to be vested for a long time in one citizen. The people become accustomed to obeying him, and he becomes accustomed to commanding, hence the origin of usurpation and tyranny.”-Simon Bolivar

”In the unity of our nations rests the glorious future of our peoples.”-Simon Bolivar

”It is harder to maintain the balance of freedom than it is to endure the weight of tyranny.”-Simon Bolivar

”The United States appear to be destined by Providence to plague America with misery in the name of liberty.”-Simon Bolivar

”Do not compare your material forces with those of the enemy. Spirit cannot be compared with matter. You are human beings, they are beasts. You are free, they are slaves.”-Simon Bolivar

”God grants victory to perseverance.”-Simon Bolivar

”The Ignorance the people live in leads them to commit mistakes against their own happiness.”-Simon Bolivar

”The first duty of a government is to give education to the people.”-Simon Bolivar

”Colombians! My last wish is for the happiness of the patria. If my death contributes to the end of partisanship and the consolidation of the union, I shall be lowered in peace into my grave.”-Simon Bolivar

”A state too expensive in itself, or by virtue of its dependencies, ultimately falls into decay; its free government is transformed into a tyranny; it disregards the principles which it should preserve, and finally degenerates into despotism. The distinguishing characteristic of small republics is stability: the character of large republics is mutability.”-Simon Bolivar

”The freedom of the New World is the hope of the Universe.”-Simon Bolivar

”If Nature is against us, we shall fight Nature and make it obey.”-Simon Bolivar

”He who serves a revolution ploughs a sea.”-Simon Bolivar

”Out of the most secure things, the most secure is to doubt.”-Simon Bolivar

”The three greatest fools (majaderos) of history have been Jesus Christ, Don Quixote – and I!”-Simon Bolivar

”Morals and lights are our first necessities.”-Simon Bolivar

”Damn it, how will I ever get out of this labyrinth?”-Simon Bolivar

”Let the entire system of government be strengthened, and let the balance of power be drawn up in such a manner that it will be permanent and incapable of decay because of its own tenuity.”-Simon Bolivar

”Republican democracy is overperfect and demands political virtues and talents far superior to our own.”-Simon Bolivar

”War lives on despotism and is not waged with God's love.”-Simon Bolivar

”Our hatred knows no bounds, and the war shall be to the death.”-Simon Bolivar

”Legislators could certainly do with a school of morals.”-Simon Bolivar

”Among the popular and representative systems of government I do not approve of the federal system: it is too perfect; and it requires virtues and political talents much superior to our own.”-Simon Bolivar

”Is it conceivable that a newly emancipated people can soar to the heights of liberty, and, unlike Icarus, neither have its wings melt nor fall into an abyss? Such a marvel is inconceivable and without precedent. There is no reasonable probability to bolster our hopes.”-Simon Bolivar

”Do not adopt the best system of government, but the one most likely to succeed.”-Simon Bolivar

”Slavery is the offspring of darkness.”-Simon Bolivar

”If Nature is opposed, we will fight her and make her obbey us.”-Simon Bolivar

”When mankind was in its infancy, steeped in uncertainty, ignorance, and error, was it possible to foresee what system it would adopt for preservation.”-Simon Bolivar

”Colombians! Gather around the constitutional congress. It represents the wisdom of the nation, the legitimate hope of the people, and the final point of reunion of the patriots”-Simon Bolivar

”The death of my wife placed me early in the road of politics, and caused me to follow the chariot of Mars”-Simon Bolivar

”If Miranda believed the Spaniards would observe the treaty, he should have remained to keep them to their word; if he did not, he was a traitor to have sacrificed his army to it”-Simon Bolivar

”We have been ruled more by deceit than by force, and we have been degraded more by vice than by superstition”-Simon Bolivar

”To do something right it must be done twice. The first time instructs the second”-Simon Bolivar

”Should I not let it be known to later generations that Alexander Petion is the true liberator of my country?”-Simon Bolivar

"They mistake pure illusion for reality, license for freedom, treason for patriotism, vengeance for justice”-Simon Bolivar

”It is harder to maintain the balance of freedom than it is to endure the weight of tyranny”-Simon Bolivar

”All who have served the Revolution have ploughed the sea”-Simon Bolivar

”A people that loves freedom will in the end be free”-Simon Bolivar

”Good morals, and not force are the pillars of the law”-Simon Bolivar

”God grants victory to perseverance”-Simon Bolivar

”Slavery is the worst human indignity”-Simon Bolivar


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The most brutal of enslaved beasts. The greatest victim shuffling on earth. And, after man, the most responsible for her problems. I'd be curious to know what goes through her mind when I kiss her.


A concept which is a paradox always forms around.

Everyone wants to do God's work. Everyone blame God for their problems. But God works in mysterious ways.

Thus either God does nothing but evil or man doing God's job does evil. But if the last statement true no one know what God does this it is impossible for anyone to blame God or do his work because we have no clue what he does.


(n.) a small metallic disk used as an insignificant quantity of money; so insignificant, in fact, that you'll often find it used for other purposes like resolving two-sided disagreements


an epic poem written by the 1st century roman poet virgil, it describes the flight of trojan refugees following the destruction of their home city in the conclusion of the trojan war. the central character, a young royal named aeneas, leads his people west, hoping to find a place of sanctuary, finally finding it in alba longa.

the strong implication of the story is that aeneas and his band of trojan refugees will eventually be responsible for founding the city of rome, thus giving romans a more impressive and mythical pedigree (the story even attempts to explain the long rivalry between romans and carthaginians by having aeneas get up to hanky panky with a carthaginian woman with the somewhat stupid name of dido).

do you believe this story? you probably shouldn't.

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