A Pause for the Cause

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** The Golden Arch Empire

** Pedo Joe and Biden Crime Family ValuesMail – UK

I find myself (because I’ve chosen to alienate all my friends and family and employees and you and the kids and my kids etc..) very alone in dealing with rebuilding an income that can support an enormous alimony and my kid’s costs and myself,’ he wrote, ‘dealing with the aftermath of the abduction and likely assassination (that’s what NYT’s suspects) of my business partner the richest man in the world, the arrest and conviction of my client the chief of intelligence of the people’s republic of China by the US government, the retaliation of the Chinese in the ouster and arrest of US suspected CIA operatives inside China, my suspected involvement in brokering a deal with Vladimir Putin directly for the largest sale of oil gas assets inside Russia to China, a tax bill that Eric [Schwerin, his Rosemont business partner] left hanging over my business and… Dads running for president.’

** According to Heinlein:

14 thoughts on “A Pause for the Cause

  1. I think the last time I had a Bic Mac was probably in the 1980s. Obviously something I don’t miss. Too much bun, too little meat.

    Robert Heinlein is turning into the Confucius of the 20 and 21st centuries.

    1. Given how Musk names landing barges after science fiction space craft, I wonder if he was at all inspired by “… take off and land vertically, the way God and Robert Heinlein intended.” This was written in a 1993 Analog science article about the DC-X Delta Clipper.

  2. Re: no matter how holy the motives

    “Holy State or Holy King or Holy People’s Will;
    Have no truck with the senseless thing.
    Order out the guns and kill.”
    -Kipling

    I object to being ruled by tyrants. That said, I’d prefer honest tyranny by a man who says, “I’m smarter, stronger, tougher, and meaner than you. So I AM the boss of you.” But the West is now ruled by people who justify their power with “But we’ve suffered more than you!” No East Asian society, for example, would put up with this nonsense. Which (apart from the inherent assholishness of the Chicoms) is one major reason for a push for war with China. The usual methods won’t work on the Chinese. (The usual guilt/whining methods. The Sassoons had quite the success with opium. But that’s another discussion.)

  3. Heinlein’s quotes are pure gold. Here’s another form him along similar lines.

    There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want merely because you think it would be good for him.

  4. BCF- All family’s have some level of dysfunction, and that can be quantified depending on where you grew up – New Yorker’s are abrasive by nature as compared to the Upper Midwest folks but it’s not personal (usually). But Geez!, the jacked up insanity inside this one family headed up by a senile old man who never held a job and pretty much lies on a daily basis…these people would give The Bachelor a run for its drama money. Unreal.

    Pakistan has pretty cheap Big Mac’s…Two whole Yak patties on a “we’re not sure” what type of bun…and the special sauce is, well, something. Ray Kroc may not approve.

  5. The other day I was out on my bike and saw a McDs & thought about the thing you had the other day on BigMacs costs… I couldn’t recall the last time I had one so I stopped.
    $4.99 and I wasn’t impressed.

  6. Pretty sure The Economist* came up with The Big Mac index. It originally was an ad hoc and humorous index to assess the appropriateness of international currency exchange rates. (The underlying assumption was that the price of a BM (heh) should be constant across the planet.)

    Those of you who have traveled and served across the world will know better than me, but I recall McD selling not “hamburgers” but rather “100% beef burgers” in Muslim countries.

    * ‘member when The Economist used to be good, dependable reading? I miss those days. Or maybe they’ve always been NWO globohomo propaganda and I was merely blind to it before.

  7. With apologies to Jeannie C. Riley: This is just a Chi-nuh financed Peyton Place and you’re all Biden fambly hypocrites.

  8. You can’t conquer a free man.
    A man who knows that death only sends him to heaven is the freest.
    I recently realized what the phrase, the joy of the Lord, meant.
    It means not having to worry about having enough coinage to pay some guy to ferry you across the river Styx. Or that you might get stuck pushing a boulder up a hill day after day.

    1. Do I really want to click on a link that suggests child pron (sic) may be on the other end? Not tempted at all, thanks.

      But the increasing number of exclamation points with each sentence or phrase is a nice touch. Kind of like Marc Antony’s “Friends (1), Romans (2), Countrymen (3).”

      PS “it’s Countryma’am!!!”

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