Checking out "The Stranger"'s pesonals in their print edition and then going online to look up these sorry folks can be a source of entertainment. I don't look for the truly bizarre, like the "I saw You" add from a guy who sat next to a person, never talking, on a bus from Missoula to Seattle nine years ago and now wants to meet. Um, that's fucking crazy. But rather I look at some of the responses as a sort of sociological sample. There's the idealistic younger women who tell too much about themselves, including unflattering things because, apparantly, they think it'll be more 'authentic' if they do so. No, it's not more authentic, you just make yourself a target for psychos who can manipulate your low self esteeem and comparative ignorance for their own advantage. Don't do that.
I wonder what an add I would put out there would look like: "Like's "Sex on the Flag" by KMFDM...." that's all I got now since I don't want to divulge any personal details.
Second, have people seen those fucking Nazi girls on the Huffington Post's frontpage? Their mama taught them to be racists from birth and now, in their early teens, they're singing racist songs in concert...which they have been since they were 9. And they're pictured wearing smiley faced T-Shirts which are modified to be pictures of Hitler. Jesus fucking Christ. People, in this case their mom, who think that being fair skinned and blond haired make them "superior" are fucking losers who don't have anything else going for them and instead want some sort of external thing which they can hang their egos on.
Not surprisingly, they're from California, which has graced us with the uber-Redneck, ubitquitous, "West Coast Chopper" paraphrenalia from Orange County, that nationally known center of culture in the U.S. Jesus fucking Christ, what's in the water down there, something which makes a personal oblivious to their own idiocy and willing to market it?
Down with the god damned white race.