Dateline: Late, late, late summer, in a dimly lit basement - and a stinky, humid one at that. Reason enough to go to bed early.
The Burkini Conundrum (Not Really)
Very recently, there was a local Pokemon Go gathering and barely sentient people were milling around a public spot, blindly moving about like a school of geeky loser fish, in order to grab imaginary, virtual objects using a smart phone. No one was speaking, people were just staring at their screens. I am told there was fair bit of drool too.
What’s the message here? It would seem that reality sucks so bad, only some kind of virtual reality game with ZERO meaning for the greater good is the next best replacement for reality. And when you think about it, creating distractions that have nothing to do with reality is deeply embedded in human nature. It’s why we built the Coliseum, casinos, brothels, movie theatres, the Internet or why heroin and cannabis are still such popular drugs, and why the Mayans used cocaine. Day-to-day drudgery.
So now we focus on The Burkini as a distraction, because the Olympics were too boring. Not enough Zika? Way too much Ryan Lochte? Have our collective mood-altering prescriptions run out? We need to argue over something that really isn’t worth it?
I’m starting to think the human brain is a miracle of Unintelligent Design. Let’s explore the following suppository. Not wait. That’s gross. Supposition, yeah that’s it. Shut up and read on.
I dare you to explain (intelligently) how any of the following could exist if there was actually intelligent design:
- I have a spine like a melted accordion
- I get pimples from eating ONE onion ring, which is highly unjust
- When it’s warm outside my privates stick to my skin and I’m therefore uncomfortable for 3 months a year
- IKEA gets away with selling crap furniture at exorbitant prices
- People are STILL opposed to vaccinations
- Why hasn’t Gwyneth Paltrow been imprisoned for criminally excessive stupidity
- We humans commit genocide semi-regularly
- Donald Drumpf
- The burkini, and the banning thereof
None. None Blacker
And why are there black burkinis? Like it isn’t hot enough at the beach as it is that you need to suffocate the woman not just emotionally but physically, too? Why doesn’t it come with a built-in head shade? Or a heat expulsion flap? That is not intelligent design.
And if intelligent design actually existed, then why did a bunch of French bureaucrats decide to take time to draft legislation to ban it when maybe they could have spent the time, I don’t know, giving food to the poor? Or making cheese and wine free for a month? I think unintelligent design is the accurate descriptor.
Wisdom of the Masses
It’s like everyone is being guided by this invisible force of collective stupidity. Like a Simpsons episode. There could be a more complex, biological reason too, although the Royal Society for Semi-Legitimate Science and Bellybutton Gazing refuses to hear me out.
Maybe when humans are in close proximity to each other, like at an election rally, a night club, a public swimming pool, a sporting event, or in bed, our chromosomes cancel each other out if there’s an even number and we’re reduced to blubbering idiots. Or if there’s an odd number of chromosomes, the dominant chromosome with the lowest IQ wins and guides the pack. Like at an Australian Rules football match. Or a gathering of religious snake-handlers.
So where does this leave us? With no resolution for the burkini conundrum, nor anything of merit worth reading. But if you did take the time to read this, you have wasted a full 2 minutes of your time that won’t ever be returned, and I have fished through your wallets while you weren’t looking. Lots of unused condoms in there.
Isosceles of Sucrose
3 thoughts on “The Burkini Conundrum & Other Garbage”
The masses can be stupid, although every now and then there are people that sparkle…
Loved your examples of unintelligent design, except why do people think Paltrow is stupid….I mean conscious uncoupling…as opposed to comatose uncoupling….