Debate: Race and Stereotypes

So a debate dialect began between me and... some other guy. Started with the concept of antiwhitism, and escalated into racial stereotypes. This dialect is currently ongoing (hopefully). For now, I refer to myself as Anomalous Host, and the other guy as Arthur, until he wants his name changed. Anomalous Host "im so gonna get … Continue reading Debate: Race and Stereotypes

A Clockwork Orange: Debate on Ultraviolence part 2

objective (adj): 1.) expressing or dealing with facts or conditions as perceived without distortion by personal feelings, prejudices, or interpretations.subjective (adj): 1.) characteristic of or belonging to reality as perceived rather than as independent of mind : PHENOMENAL. 2a.)  peculiar to a particular individual : PERSONAL. 2b.) modified or affected by personal views, experience, or background I guess this is … Continue reading A Clockwork Orange: Debate on Ultraviolence part 2

A Clockwork Orange: Debating the Art of Ultraviolence

catharsis: noun1a: purification or purgation of the emotions (such as pity and fear) primarily through artb: a purification or purgation that brings about spiritual renewal or release from tension2: elimination of a complex by bringing it to consciousness and affording it expression3: PURGATION Finally got into a debate on a film (it's been a while). On a Discord server. Food for thought on … Continue reading A Clockwork Orange: Debating the Art of Ultraviolence

RE: Debunking Holocaust Denial (part 6)

In case you're wondering, part 5 is the Comments on Debunking Holocaust Denial post.  In fact, for convenience, I'll just link to them all right here so as you can get some background on the stuff being argued here: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part 5: Bonus: … Continue reading RE: Debunking Holocaust Denial (part 6)

A response to a #BLM supporter.

A "review" for the film The Hate U Give made by Letterboxd user ScreeningNotes: ”It is impossible to be unarmed when our blackness is the weapon that they fear.” The police is a racist institution. White people have more social, political, and economic privilege than black people. That needs to change. If you think Blue Lives … Continue reading A response to a #BLM supporter.

RE: Pedophilia

So I've waited long enough trying to get a response to what is currently my most popular and controversial post.  Decided to see if the Free Speech group on is up to snuff when discussing these controversial idea.  Well, I was met with the expected ad-hominem attacks without much discussion on the ideas/arguments presented … Continue reading RE: Pedophilia

When you can’t avoid political diatribes.

Stop being reasonable. Start being rational. -- Stefan Molyneux So as some of you may know, I have been following and listening to Slaughterfilm for some time.  Actually, I've been following them since September 2012.  Over 6 years.  That's about as long as I followed and watched WWE (2002-2008).  Well, that's ending.  And, you guessed … Continue reading When you can’t avoid political diatribes.

A Debate on Critiquing Film Objectively vs. Subjectively

So this conversation I had about a year ago, which I forgot about until now, came about somewhat randomly when talking about how much Ghostbusters: Answer the Call sucked loads of diarrhea ass.  You may find it worth a read.   matthew There is something odd about your acknowledgement that humour is subjective but then … Continue reading A Debate on Critiquing Film Objectively vs. Subjectively

Migrating from Facebook (plus a pre-2016-election debate)

For about a year now, I've been looking for an excuse to get out of Facebook; delete my account.  I haven't really been using it to catch up with or communicate with friends I'll likely never see again.  Been mostly using it just for news updates.  Well, considering how they've been biased about news posts, … Continue reading Migrating from Facebook (plus a pre-2016-election debate)

American Sniper review

This is an older post I made a couple years back on another site. Figured I'd bring it over here, and salvage what I could of conversations that I had in response to it. I say "salvage" because at least one of those whom I was arguing with no longer has an account on the … Continue reading American Sniper review