Jump to content

KingKitty

Members
  • Posts

    511
  • Joined

  • Last visited

2 Followers

Recent Profile Visitors

577 profile views

KingKitty's Achievements

291

Reputation

  1. When like scientists have like the very same like speech pattern as like some guy at like your local cannabis dispensary, then like you probably shouldn’t like have too much like faith in their like “vaccines”.
  2. Transsexuals of the past (a phrase I never thought I'd type) never complained about such things as the new generation of transsexuals. What I find interesting is how I never hear anyone referring to Dr. Harry Benjamin (American endocrinologist and sexologist) anymore. In the 1970s he formed the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA), an association of therapists and psychologists. His work with gender dysphoria started back in the late 40's. He had very strict standards to be accepted in his program. He would not take anyone under the age of 21. would never consider such treatment, not even hormone treatments for children nor teens. Of course, the "New Normal" eventually set their sights on him for this: From britannica.com - "HBIGDA devised a set of “standards of care,” largely derived from Benjamin’s case studies, that sanctioned the criteria and diagnostic procedure for transsexuality. (In 2007 HBIGDA became the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.) Although those care standards came under fire in the early 21st century by transgender activists who saw them as creating regulatory systems of gender, they continued to be seen as legitimate guidelines for the treatment of gender dysphoria—also known as gender identity disorder—the formal psychological diagnosis for transsexual and transgender individuals."
  3. Ah! The great Eddie Hazel! The story goes that George Clinton, high on LSD at the time, told Hazel to play as if he had been told his mother had died, only to learn she, in fact, still lived.
  4. ...sorry, I couldn't resist...
  5. It's funny, you never here any cries of racism or diversity from blacks when it comes to NASA... ...but, I recall how upset they all got when not enough blacks were chosen for an Academy Award and when Saturday Night Live didn't choose any black actors to be "Not Ready for Prime-time Players". And now, it's the "Friends" TV show reunion that has black folks up in arms. Nope. Never do they get upset that their aren't enough black scientist, doctors, astronauts, engineers, etc.
  6. Doesn't surprise me any. I know a lot of folks who talk through their asses.
  7. Thanks. I feel so much better, now.
  8. I can't even laugh at this crap, anymore. I don't want to live in this world, anymore. I can't take any more of this mass insanity. There is just no escaping it. I've held out as long as I could, but now I'm broke.
  9. By whom? And the dolts they roll out for these kinds of "articles" do not count.
  10. "Use your COVID sense." {insert hysterically laughing until he throws up emoji, here}
  11. Huge Nerd Demi Lovato Will Investigate UFOs in a New Peacock Series The show will follow Lovato, her skeptical best friend Matthew, and her sister Dallas “as they attempt to uncover the truth about the UFO phenomena.” The trio will consult with leading experts and “investigate recent eyewitness encounters, uncover secret government reports, and conduct tests at known UFO hot spots. Now, we should finally get to the bottom of this whole UFO thing. Thanks, Demi!
  12. SNL's Michael Che Responds After Show Is Accused of Cultural Appropriation From the article: "The skit, written by Michael Che, titled "Gen Z Hospital" featured Kate McKinnon, Mikey Day, Heidi Gardner, Ego Nwodim, Bowen Yang, and host Elon Musk using slang terms like "bestie," "no cap," "go off, king," "sis," "gang gang," and "it's the.... for me." Many of those phrases are used in African American Vernacular English (AAVE), so some viewers responded to the skit on social media saying it was cultural appropriation or improperly labeled as the language as having only to do with Gen Z teenagers. "This Gen Z hospital skit on SNL is so stupid. I'm so tired of nonblack people throwing random AAVE terms in their sentences and calling that horse s–t 'Gen Z language,'" one person tweeted." From me: African American Vernacular English? Apparently, the term Ebonics has been upgraded?
  13. We all would. But, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Rich folks avoid serving time. Billy is beyond rich. He won't even be served papers. This is all part of the Big Show. You don't plan global domination for decades, only to have it fall apart over diddling kids. What it all says to me is, these "vaccines" that have been so rapidly and irresponsibly doled out, will begin to do their REAL job soon. The bigger the distraction, the better.
×
×
  • Create New...