The trouble with drivels.
An “article” caught my gnat-egg attention span long enough to spot this huge pile of cyber-chlamydia worth mentioning here on this scholarly blog.
Warner Todd Huston, a blogger at Red State [herenafter referred to as "Red Planet"], had a massive upheaval of beanies and weenies, bile, barbed-wire, and a bullshit objection to a private screening of Star Trek at The White House.
Ladies and Gentleman. Cyber-Trekkies of all ages! Step right up and witness the most ginormous and eye-popping title for an article worthy of submission to The Guinness Book Of World Records: “Noblesse Obligee: The One Wants his OWN Star Trek Showing. I know Spock Mr. Obama. You Are No Spock.”
Look, before I block quote and briefly disembowel this faux-piece, I do so realizing it will be more fun to agree with Red Planet. Argument from an absurdity is not Warner Todd Huston’s (of Compton, L.A originally perhaps) intent when he penned his prose. The effect is the unintentional surfacing of ramblings resembling a low-grade moron. An absurdity. Harleywash. A fellow so bent on keeping Star Trek to himself, his use of post hoc reasoning is as close to the word “logic” he will ever get.
I will repeat this later, but it bears mentioning now: There is absolutely no defense, none, to the Red Planet endorsement of this work as being funny. One, Red Planet is incapable of comedy. Two, this isn’t funny unless you like limp penises. C) You have no defenses except my better argument on your side at the end of my brilliance.
Therefore, much like this avante garde wordsmith, shortly I shall literally agree with the Prince of willful blindness. Why? Why not? It elucidates the evil Star Trek analysis to a tee when done by me. I love playing The Devil’s Advocate.
But first, off to leave intensives all over cyberspace and eviscerate Red Planet. Here’s what this blogger, like me, Dickens all over the place:
Of course, it all makes one wonder how one of Star Trek’s titular characters might view Obama’s demands? One might imagine that the self-centered assumptions of privilege would not be looked upon as anything other than a gross example of the human failing of arrogance born of a too healthy dose of self-esteem.
It’s all not very logical. No, not logical at all,
Yes. That just occurred to me. WWFKD? What Would Fucking Kirk Do? Perhaps consult the history books and learn that private screenings at The White House have been held since the release of, oh I don’t know, BIRTH OF A NATION?