Their Funk Behind closed doors – the months of their scamdemic

“Whenever I’m asked why Southern writers particularly have a penchant for writing about freaks, I say it is because we are still able to recognize one.” – Flannery O’Connor

The gods of mayhem, destruction and fear have ensured that the proper soup has been brewed over the centuries so that when one faces their final tank, they’ll welcome it with open arms, or as is the case here in the current factory of sadness, succumb to it all behind closed doors.

Just until recently, we could go to a concert, attend the symphony, go out for dinner, visit friends, provide comfort to our elderly, smile at a stranger, laugh without face diapers covering our mouths, hug another, shake hands with another, or just talk with another without their voices being muffled by chemical fiber shitf**kery.

Now, all that is gone.  And we continue to deal with it all by shutting our doors, not allowing any outside our house arrest tribe to visit, lest they bring along a virus that has a survivability rate of 99.8%, using the CDC’s own numbers.

The holidays approach, and most of the unwashed will abide with whatever the shyster’s concoct, and willingly ban holiday gatherings of their family and friends, where love, kindness and sometimes spirited banter is exchanged.  Instead, an opportunity to order out a holiday meal consisting of GMO gastronomical delights, then turning on the TV after the ‘feast’ to watch a depressing football game with no humans attending, followed by puking your guts out a bit later is the enlightened and approved holiday celebration.

But, you’ll go to bed comforted in the mistaken belief that you’re doing your part to ‘fight’ the mighty cornholio.

Meanwhile, outside the lolcow’s personal cocoon, there is supreme suffering of fellow humans from corporate shitards following the government demons’ mandates and orders:

COVID-19 “Restriction”: U.S. set to lose 9.2 Million Jobs in Tourism and Travel Sector – via globalresearch.ca

A staggering 9.2 million jobs could be lost in the U.S. Travel & Tourism sector in 2020 if barriers to global travel remain in place, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) revealed.

The new figure comes from WTTC’s latest economic modelling, which looks at the punishing impact of COVID-19 and travel restrictions on the Travel & Tourism sector.

According to the latest data, 7.2 million jobs in the U.S. have been impacted. If there is no immediate alleviation of restrictions on international travel, as many as 9.2 million jobs – more than half of all jobs supported by the sector in the U.S. in 2019 – would be lost.

But as one sits in their cocoon, with stacks of used face diapers piling high about them, banning all who love them from seeing them – this is just the price we all must pay, right?

We all must buck up and obey.  So that we all can die, alone, behind closed doors. And all for a virus that has a survivability rate of 99.8%.

And Jesus wept!

 

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Tonight’s musical offering:

James Gang: “Funk #49”

Bonus musical funk offering tonight:

The Commodores – “Brick House”

2 comments

  1. You know I can’t get a cell signal, still with our totally updated equipment and $100/month charge even when there’s a slight breeze blowing out here in the sticks, let alone a storm. Yet these technocrats are going to line up for implants? At this point, I can only laugh.

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