How interesting would Seinfeld have been if they all interacted on a computer?

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I wrote this as a comment to my other post. But it is so damn brilliant, that it deserved it's own article, so that all you POP's could sing my praises.

 

How interesting would Seinfeld have been if they all interacted on a computer?
 
All this protesting and invading Town Hall Meetings, and activist students, in acting out delusion, shows how corrupted our process of reasoning had become.
 
But just like withdrawal from Heroin, withdrawal from Progressivism and Internet Zombie (POP) is painful and emotionally challenging.
We are seeing, no, we are being forced to deal with how corrupted our electoral process had become.
The media are making fools of themselves, in name calling and distorting events.
Our Legal system is showing how corrupt the judiciary has become.
The whole world is seeing just how much AMERICA influences their lives.
Trump is IN YOUR FACE, whether you like it or not.
 
And I love it. It is good for the cardiovascular system to be constantly in High Anxiety. People are screaming at each other, threatening each other, and generally pissed off.
This is a civics lesson in Participatory Democracy that has people interacting with each other, like I haven't seen since Vietnam days.
 
Trump is forcing America to look at what it has become, and it ain't pretty folks.
 
We either have to accommodate the desires of each other (Compromise), or KILL each other.
 
It's not up to TRUMP, but what has become of the Democrats, that will decide America's and the Worlds fate.
They will either re group and become the party of the people, or go the way of Keith Ellison, Nancy Pelosi, and Louis Farrakhan into oblivion.
 
Right now hysteria and Ellison have the edge, but I am betting on the reconstruction, perhaps under another name, of Kennedy Democrats, and a true Dialectic. People to People.

Comments

EXPAT Added Feb 22, 2017 - 6:18pm
America is big enough for everybody folks! So why are we fighting over Trivia?
Ric Wells Added Feb 22, 2017 - 6:20pm
I personally do not think the D's or the R's will survive in their present state. I hope they will fracture and morph into 4 separate and distinct parties but that is doubtful. Money will rule as skways. It's an addiction politics cannot kick.
Doug Plumb Added Feb 22, 2017 - 6:23pm
re "Our Legal system is showing how corrupt the judiciary has become."
 
Legalism is corruption. The Confuscionists overthrew the Legalist's back in ancient China.
 
Legalism is about hiding the law and making in more authoritarian behind dark curtains and complex machinations. Its got nothing to do with law and we don't owe those b**tards a cent and they have no lawful basis in putting us under a Legal system. Its all about fake money and us thinking its real and being in debt to them. A debtor has no rights.
Mircea Negres Added Feb 23, 2017 - 3:20am
EXPAT, we had university students protesting in South Africa for pretty much the whole of 2016. They burned down libraries, study halls, tried to set alight security guards and moved the goal posts of negotiations with the government until the big shots got tired and while people called for the army, they sent in the police instead.
 
It started with the idea that university education should be paid for by the state (easy to do, if only the crooked scum in power would stop stealing from state coffers) under the umbrella of yet another hashtag campaign called #FeesMustFall and degenerated into a chaos, looting and arson spree which changed almost nothing besides giving some students a criminal record for public violence and malicious damage to private property. Yup, reason and reasonable behavior went out the window long ago.
 
Regarding reconstruction, I'm of the opinion that in order for it to happen something needs to first be destroyed, kind of like how the South was after the American Civil War. Sienfeld was tame, brother. The situation we find ourselves in these days resembles a vicious combination of South Park and The Simpsons more than anything else... Nice one.
EXPAT Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:42am
Ric. We have D & R and Libertarian and Independent, and green, and some states still have Communist parties.
Money used to be split on Business Republicans and Labor Democrats.
Now it is Socialist Democrats and Capitalist Republicans.
Hillary spent twice the money Trump did.
What is needed is the will to work together for the good of all, and all the money in the world can't buy that!
Ric Wells Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:49am
I agree with that to a degree but the bought and paid for media shut out all but the money source. Trump and Clinton. On this way the election was rigged so to speak. One addendum to your post We have crony capitalist republicans and dictatorial socialist democrats. The two major parties have fractured the electorate so much it will take a monumental effort to unite. The factions that want change are too narrowly focused. They can't see beyond the tip of their own noses.
Ric Wells Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:50am
Expat maybe this is just my imagination but ever since Trump took office I don't hear about ISIS that much. Anyone else notice this?
Ric Wells Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:52am
Expat you jeep saying we. Have you come back to the states or are you still in Thailand. Just curious.
Ric Wells Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:53am
Jeep should be keep. Way too early in the morning for me. 
EXPAT Added Feb 23, 2017 - 7:55am
Doug. Legalism didn't work for the Mandarins and our System of 51 governments and a federal government will not allow for Legalism.
 
We live under a moral system, not a legal one. There are 360 million people and 2 million police.
If we choose not to obey a Law, as in Prohibition, the existing police are powerless to stop us.
EXPAT Added Feb 23, 2017 - 8:05am
Mircea.
Higher Education used to be a privilege for the best and brightest.
 
Now it has become a right, and those from the lower end of society must be represented.
 
Instead of furthering the Arts and Sciences, Universities teach inclusion and tolerance. To accomplish this, academic standards had to be lowered and professors had to be of like mind.
 
Independent thinking is reserved for Think Tanks.
 
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:51pm
Expat
 
Praise x 120 = 120 praises (comment space too short).
 
America is big enough for everybody folks! So why are we fighting over Trivia?
 
Because there's something bigger coming. The simpler and more emotional the public subjects get, the better you can rally those emotionalized masses behind another subject....
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:53pm
Independent thinking is reserved for Think Tanks.
 
They are neither independent nor do they think. They only follow long-term agendas and repack them as new for the public.
EXPAT Added Feb 23, 2017 - 10:13pm
Ric. The media is so full of RUMP, they have no time for News.
(Forgot the T ha ha ) That is what I have been expending philippic fulmination over.
THERE IS NO MORE NEWS MEDIA. We now have the propaganda department  of the failed Clinton machine trying to convince the world that they didn't screw up. Without the media mocking Trump at every turn,  in the mistaken belief that he would be the easiest to beat, Hillary would be POTUS, and there would be revolution.
But I am encouraged by the idiocy taking place called protests. It is a tantrum, but it got their heads out of their youtube. Perhaps when they are done trying to change what IS, they will start to think of ways to improve, not destroy America.
EXPAT Added Feb 23, 2017 - 10:23pm
Stone.
120 thank you's. It is difficult to drain the swamp, when you are up to your ass in alligators. Somebody has to think rationally.
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