Blink-182’s New Album and the Hermeneutics of AI Suspicion

Author's Note: The Illness Revelations have not ever gotten to the good parts, because they've stalled as I was trying to write these AI articles, and didn't feel like writing them, so kept procrastinating with filler. However, we are really rolling now. This article contains one of the biggest and most important ideas of the AI section of the revelations, and we are close to being able to move on.

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Memetic Monday: I May Not Agree with Your Prompt, But I’ll Die for Your Right to Type It

Good memes here and you're also in for another fascinating treat: the dawn of a months-long campaign of aggressive e-begging, which relies on emotional manipulation, in particular flooding the reader with an intense sense of personal guilt for letting down me, a personal friend. I am forced to ask myself how could [INSERT YOUR NAME], my dear personal friend with whom I have a very meaningful parasocial relationship, leave me struggling to keep the site online? If you are already feeling enough shame and guilt, please email me at, and I will send you a unique BTC address. If you haven't yet begun to respond to the aggressive and psychologically-based emotional manipulation campaign, well then, I advise you to still go ahead and get ready for it. Because if you have any heart at all, the guilt will soon set in, and you will be sending me massive amounts of cold, hard crypto.

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Memetic Monday: Doomed to a Life of Happiness

Week #3 of the Illness Revelations has begun on a site that is running very well despite the massive ongoing post-7/10 (10/7 for fat people) DDoSing. You can see the themes in the banner. You can see that some of them we've done and some we haven't. So, we need to knock those out and then we're finished. That will be the end. Just joking. I already have a second banner lined up. Not all of the themes of the Revelations would fit in one banner. It's already impossible to read on a phone, I'm sure. There is really no end in sight, aside from my looming death. Last week was kind of a cool down week, what with me dealing with my own personal revelations regarding my Irishness. This week is supposed to be different energy entirely - I want to focus on robot stuff. We've already got robot art, now we need robot information. I've got some takes on this I haven't seen anywhere else, though to be honest, I don't really listen to anyone else. I suspect it's fresh. The takes I do see from the retarded hordes that exist outside of the walls of this website and its very intellectual and handsome readership are saying things that are stupid. It's like that time Paul Krugman (JEWISH KIKE) said in 1998 that the internet was a fad and would be over by 2005. That's how I feel. They're not saying AI will be over in a few years, but they're saying stupid things like "it will take 63.8% of existing jobs." I hate that shit - some exact number, like they did a real serious study that is pinpointing the precise number of jobs that will be lost to AI. This is some way to feel in control. Then they say it will "create new jobs." Like what, you fat retard - typing prompts? Wtf are you talking about "it will create jobs"? Anyway, yeah, we're going into that. It's not as exciting as abolishing the age of consent, but it's nonetheless something that needs to be talked about. I'll try to make it edgy and humorous in a way that appeals to gifted teenage boys who feel alienated by society as well as millennials who are middle-aged and yet still feel like teenagers because of social alienation preventing normal adult socialization. I always do my best. (That alienation was caused by white women, by the way - stop blaming Jews for things white women do. The only thing worse than a white knight is a white knight who blames Jews for women's behavior. Instead of gassing Jews in fake shower rooms, Hitler should have just abolished the age of consent and legalized rape. He probably would have won and all this gay shit would have been fixed before any of us were born.)

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