Episode 554 – I Usually Just Drink Coffee

Senators agree on a new gun control bill but would it have stopped any mass shootings?

Police departments can’t afford those sexy cars they drive anymore.

And one company has a great idea on how we should spend our time on breaks at work.


Yeah, No

Here’s the dumbass quote of the day.

Just to give you a hint of something,

  • The stock market is crashing. 495 of the 500 companies lost yesterday.
  • People are cashing in their 401Ks to pay their bills because inflation is at 8.6%.
  • Prices are up 18% from last year. People are now spending a month’s salary on inflation.
  • Gas is up by 63%.
  • The producer index is up 10.8%.
  • We are now in a bear market.
  • Crypto currencies are crashing.
  • We will be in a recession within the next couple of months.
  • The fed says it is going to raise interest rates .75% this month.

But, keep spending and adding regulations.

Here is Karin Jean-Pierre trying to spin the economic news. It doesn’t work:

She is so incompetent. But she is black and gay.


New Gun Control Bill

The Senate has agreed to a new gun control bill. Though the bill has not been put into text yet, the bill focuses on nine separate issues:

  • Support for State Crisis Intervention Orders – Provides resources to states and tribes to create and administer laws that help ensure deadly weapons are kept out of the hands of individuals whom a court has determined to be a significant danger to themselves or others, consistent with state and federal due process and constitutional protections.
  • Investment in Children and Family Mental Health Services – National expansion of community behavioral health center model; major investments to increase access to mental health and suicide prevention programs; and other support services available in the community, including crisis and trauma intervention and recovery.
  • Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence – Convicted domestic violence abusers and individuals subject to domestic violence restraining orders are included in NICS, including those who have or have had a continuing relationship of a romantic or intimate nature.
  • Funding for School-Based Mental Health and Supportive Services – Invests in programs to expand mental health and supportive services in schools, including: early identification and intervention programs and school based mental health and wrap-around services.
  • Funding for School Safety Resources – Invests in programs to help institute safety measures in and around primary and secondary schools, support school violence prevention efforts and provide training to school personnel and students.
  • Clarification of Definition of Federally Licensed Firearms Dealer – Cracks down on criminals who illegally evade licensing requirements.
  • Telehealth Investments – Invests in programs that increase access to mental and behavioral health services for youth and families in crisis via telehealth.
  • Under 21 Enhanced Review Process – For buyers under 21 years of age, requires an investigative period to review juvenile and mental health records, including checks with state databases and local law enforcement.
  • Penalties for Straw Purchasing – Cracks down on criminals who illegally straw purchase and traffic guns.

Right now, there are 10 Republican Senators who have sided with the bill. This means that the filibuster can be avoided and a vote can be held.

Joe Biden needs a win. Though he says that this law doesn’t go far enough (he wants to ban guns), he says it’s a step in the right decision.

What do I think? Looking at this, what would have prevented any of these mass shootings? I don’t see anything here but more bureaucracy and spending of money. I do not see much here except the expansion of what already exists and failed.

I also want to know what they mean by increasing security in schools. Does this mean schools are going to have the ability to armed security? Metal detectors? Walls instead of fences? What type of training do they want to implement?

We need to see the bill in its entirety.

What isn’t in it:

  • A ban on any weapon (unconstitutional).
  • An expansion of red flag laws (unconstitutional).
  • Raising the age to 21 (unconstitutional).
  • A gun database (unconstitutional).
  • Removing the culpability of gun manufacturers (unconstitutional).



More Pain

Michigan is in some big trouble.

Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main posted on face book that they have run out of money in their fuel budget and have a few months to go before the budget resets. Gas in Michigan is $5.20 a gallon.

Main said:

“We have exhausted what funds were budgeted for fuel with several months to go before the budget reset. I have instructed the deputies to attempt to manage whatever calls are acceptable over the phone. I want to assure the community that safety is our primary goal.”

He assured that police would still be sent out if there was any violent crime or serious event.

So there you go. Have an issue, it’ll now be taken care over the phone because the police departments can’t afford gas. Michigan is not the only place to have these issues. Small towns in Texas are also having issues with the budgets and the high cost of gas. Be prepared to see more of this.



Another Example of Them Not Grooming

According to reduxx.info:

A professor of Ethics at Oslo Metropolitan University in Norway has called to legalize AI-generated child pornography, claiming that pedophilia should be seen as an innate sexuality that requires destigmatization.

Ole Martin Moen, a gay man who identifies as “queer,” currently serves as a member of the advisory board on Norway’s Patient Organization for Gender-Incongruence (PKI), a social and political lobby group for trans rights. According to their official website, PKI’s purpose is to provide access to “gender-affirming treatment” to the public “regardless of factors like non-binary identity, sexual practice or having other diagnosis.” Moen has also served as academic council at Civita, Norway’s largest liberal think tank, since 2015.

I want to point something out here. Norway is not the United States. They have very different laws there. There is a woman, right now, that is facing three years in prison for saying men can’t be lesbians. But this guy is not facing a thing for trying to destigmatize pedophilia and he has been doing this for a while.

  • Moen wrote in a 2015 paper titled “The Ethics of Pedophilia.”
  • That paper was republished in 2018 within a college text book that is distributed throughout the world.

The abstract of the paper says:

“In this paper it is argued that pedophilia is bad only because, and only to the extent that, it causes harm to children, and that pedophilia itself, as well as pedophilic expressions and practices that do not cause harm to children, are morally alright [sic].”

He writes in the paper:

“We must appreciate that sexual attraction towards children is often a deep and integral part of pedophiles’ personalities,” he writes, while suggesting that pedophiles should not be held responsible for their actions as “many pedophiles are ignorant of the truth that adult-child sex exposes children to [harm].”

He says that we should admire the will-power of pedophiles who do not sexually abuse kids. This is one sick f-er.

“When you were 11, it is not unlikely that you were sexually attracted to prepubertal children… the mental state of finding children sexually attractive is very common. Youngness, the property children have in excess, is a property that, when present to a lesser extent, is widely considered sexually attractive. As such, what makes pedophiles diverge from others is that they prefer more youngness than does the average person.

“To prevent harm to future children, we would also be well-advised to start teaching high school students not just what to do in case they are victims of sexual abuse, but also what to do in case they themselves are pedophiles. A certain percentage of high school students either are or will become pedophiles, and currently they are not given any advice on how to handle their sexuality.”

You know how you can teach high schoolers not to be pedophiles? Don’t normalize or admire pedophiles. Treat them like the sick garbage they are.

Now I know this is in Norway, but aren’t we kind of already sexualizing kids now in this country? We just haven’t, for the most part, said that pedophilia is OK here? But it sure looks like we are trying and I bet this guy’s books are being read in our colleges here.



I Usually Just Drink Some Coffee

I had to actually stop and read this story because the I couldn’t believe the title. Turns out it was exactly as the title stated.

According to the New York Post:

Masturbation may no longer be considered NSFW.

As part of a social sex-periment, an enterprising Spanish porn company allowed its workers to pleasure themselves at the office —with the lucky employees claiming it improved their attitude and productivity. A video detailing their stimulating workplace experiences is blowing up online.

“I feel more balanced in my workflow,” Yeraldine, a social media manager with the adult entertainment firm Erika Lust Films, told Jam Press of the groundbreaking measure.

Porn purveyor and director Erika Lust implemented the salacious policy last year after noticing that her employees were “agitated” and “performing with less energy” due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In accordance, she allowed the firm’s 36 employees a half-hour self-gratification session every day — and set up a masturbation station outfitted with lube, sex toys and screens streaming the company’s products. There’s even a bed to enhance the effect.

The masturbation room, located in the break room, has a television and disk player where they can play the company’s porn videos. a soft couch and even a vagina pillow. It is not required by the company.

They say it is working. People are more relaxed and more productive. I’d hate to be the janitor of that company.




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