And In The End, Isn’t That What Really Matters?


12 thoughts on “And In The End, Isn’t That What Really Matters?”

  1. Me and Bubba watch a lot of Aintchant Aliens stuff on TV and we noticed there looks like faded cave paintins on the walls. Jest more proof of some strange life form from way back in time.

  2. “Yes, the planet got destroyed.
    But for a beautiful moment in time,
    we created social justice and
    equality enforced by the totalitarian State.”

  3. Yeah, if Hitler had succeeded we’d live in a paradise, right?
    (heavy irony isotopes included)

  4. @God…
    Hitler belonged to the National Socialist Workers Party.
    Socialists suck, own means of production, control means of production, you suck.
    Defund the state, save the planet.

  5. TO GoaLP
    You are SO thick you must have worked *really hard* to misunderstand my post.
    The PC cartoon has a suit-and-tie-wearing guy “making greed good,”
    when IN REALITY it is the unhinged-from-reason-and-reality Leftist
    who will cause such a world disaster.
    But: please feel free to disagree with me…
    you moron.

  6. I own Phillip Morris so I can cash in to the big industrial dope roll up when dope becomes legal.
    You people that smoke Tobacco are evil trolls and will destroy the planet, I hate you so much.

  7. Kauf Buch is flagged inappropriate and will be banned for starting debates, irrelevant to the original posts.

  8. Kauf Buch, the poor misunderstood snowflake. Such a loser. So sad.

  9. Screw the shareholders.

  10. @Emanual Goldstein
    How about “nationalists suck”? That is what caused ~60 million dead people, not the socialist part (which merely was part of the party’s name, rather than actually much of a political conviction). By the way, Hitler’s party didn’t own much of the production. You are talking (writing) a lot of things that are absolutely wrong.

  11. @Kauf Buch
    Wow… that’s all you have? That’s your comeback?
    Warranty papers of my septic tank are written with more wit and intellect.

  12. I feel very definitely that the [Nixon] administration is absolutely correct in cracking down on companies and corporations and municipalities that continue to pollute the nation’s air and water. While I am a great believer in the free competitive enterprise system and all that it entails, I am an even stronger believer in the right of our people to live in a clean and pollution-free environment. To this end, it is my belief that when pollution is found, it should be halted at the source, even if this requires stringent government action against important segments of our national economy. – Barry Goldwater

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