Saturday, April 28, 2012

Chicken Soup is pulled out of retirement by David Salmon, hero of the Franklin, Massachusetts High School Panthers...

Just when I thought it was safe to go into retirement, another well formed stool emerges from the orifice of The American Family. Terrorists the world over must be sleeping soundly indeed knowing that so many American parents place so little value on the lives and safety of other people's children.

David Salmon, Franklin High School Panther #32 decided to memorialize the 13th anniversary of the Columbine Massacre by reminding the world that athletes still believe they can get away with anything. In this display of wholesome, manly, family values violence, David Salmon sucker punches his victim, Cory Pingeton and then stalks off down the hallway (in a manly fashion). The social climbing females are no doubt squealing with delight and hoping and praying to be chosen by Him. He is a football player after all.

Enough about His Majesty.

What really matters from the viewpoint of a terrorist is how the community reacts to David Salmon's criminal behavior. Terrorists, foreign or domestic tend to attack things that for them symbolize evil. And anyone who's ever been victimized knows from personal experience that most of the psychological damage is imposed by those who shamelessly defend the abuser and blame the victim. America's sociopath worshipping, victim blaming culture produces a glut of people whose adolescent experiences leave them with a seething desire to take revenge upon someone worthy of hatred. These potential killers, bombers, and arsonists understand that no one who is civilized enough to have earned the right to complain about terrorism would be caught dead enabling a knuckle dragging bully. How will American society react to the criminal behavior of David Salmon?

Will the media take a hard look at the parents who raised him? Will they look for evidence that mommy and daddy role modeled or telegraphed approval of violent behavior? Potential terrorists are probably watching for this. Will the media even bother to investigate the most common source of criminal behavior? Or will the media display the usual cowardice by avoiding any indictment of our precious Institution of Family?

Will our law enforcement community step on its own dick by cutting a deal that allows His Majesty to avoid a significant prison term, allows him to return to school (where his presence will intimidate victims and embolden other criminals), allows him to continue participating in violent contact sports, and basically reminds every Timothy McVeigh and Columbine killer wannabe that victims really don't matter? The South Hadley bullies walked. Will David Salmon also be allowed to strut away from significant punishment?

Will American football fans continue to cheer wildly when violent sociopaths prance onto the field? American football fans don't appear to have a problem with athletic criminals as long as someone else's son or daughter is being brutalized. And if the public places no value on the safety of victims, why should terrorists?

The next time you read about yet another school shooting, another serial killer/arsonist/bomber, or another act of terrorism, just think about how Americans reacted to the criminal behavior of The American Family's latest sociopath. Will Americans put their money where their mouths are by imposing a stiff prison term on His Majesty, or will the world's terrorists be reminded that Americans don't place any greater value on the safety of victims than terrorists do?

Go Panthers!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Chicken Soup will be left on the stove to simmer...

I was considering deleting this blog because I work about 60 hours per week and it's become something of an unproductive distraction. I had several other blogs which I eventually deleted for the same reason. Very few people read them.

It finally occured to me to emphasize the fact that the public's deification of violent, athletic, and oh so manly sociopaths and indifference toward their victims only makes it easy for criminals, including terrorists to feel good about what they do. That's where the name of the blog comes in. Every time a victim or former victim of sigh athletic manliness reads about yet another knuckle dragging hero of the gridiron being lavishly rewarded for his manly demonstration of criminal behavior, another serial killer, misogynist, or terrorist becomes able to rationalize the necessity of what they're going to do. Bully enablers are obvious morons, so I'll allow this blog to stay on the stove and annoy them.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Chicken Soup bids you all Tally Ho!

I'll be getting rid of this blog in a few days. It's been fun but very few people visit and it's become a constant distraction. Believe it or not...I really do have better things to do.

Tally Ho!

Friday, April 20, 2012

Chicken Soup composes a Haiku...




One of the strongest taboos in American culture is to criticize parents for the tragic results of their criminally incompetent role modeling. There has never been a shortage of jump-on-the-bandwagon cowards willing to attack (verbally or otherwise) the parents of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, but in the 13 years since the Columbine massacre washed across all of our television screens, how many prominent people (politicians, media deities, celebrities, etc.) have openly criticized the parents of bullies for role modeling, signaling approval of, or rewarding the sociopathic behavior of their precious wonderkinds? In your opinion, should parents react to their bully's sociopathic behavior with punishment, or should they reward his majesty with expensive, hypermasculine automobiles?

Try to use complete sentences when leaving a comment.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Chicken Soup with Columbine survivor Evan Todd...

Evan Todd was a student at Columbine High School who narrowly avoided being killed by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold on April 20, 1999.

Evan Todd's rant:

"Evan Todd, the 255-lb. defensive lineman who was wounded in the library, describes the climate this way: "Columbine is a clean, good place except for those rejects," Todd says of Klebold, Harris and their friends. "Most kids didn't want them there. They were into witchcraft. They were into voodoo dolls. Sure, we teased them. But what do you expect with kids who come to school with weird hairdos and horns on their hats? It's not just jocks; the whole school's disgusted with them. They're a bunch of homos, grabbing each other's private parts. If you want to get rid of someone, usually you tease' em. So the whole school would call them homos, and when they did something sick, we'd tell them, 'You're sick and that's wrong.'""

Time Magazine
December 20, 1999
Pages 50 and 51

Evan Todd's rant from Time Magazine reinforces the impression that Harris and Klebold belonged to the group known as scapegoats. Pay close attention to his statement, "If you want to get rid of someone, usually you tease' em." Harris and Klebold were not party crashers. They were high school students. Where did Evan Todd expect them to go and why did he believe he had the right to send them away? I found it ironic that a community that demands absolute conformity would choose to name their football team the "Rebels." If your son or daughter is chosen to be the school scapegoat, it's because they were into voodoo dolls and unapproved hair styles. And they were of course...homosexual.

The Columbine Massacre was not a mystery. It was simply an embarrassment to a community whose character is defined by a most vicious bigotry.

Today Evan Todd is some sort of motivational speaker.

I'm so inspired. How about you?

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Chicken Soup with W.C. Mepham High School...

Terrorists and terrorist wannabes can take solace from the fact that the innocent victims of terrorism are utterly incapable of displaying empathy for victims of gang rape.

Read yet another story about the fine young men being produced by the American Family and sculpted to perfection by the Institution of Football and it becomes easy to understand why we have school massacres, serial killers, and domestic terrorists. No American who is civilized enough to have earned the right to complain about terrorism would have anything to do with the perpetrators for the rest of their natural lives.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Chicken Soup with anyone who is confused about what I'm doing here...

I received a message from someone who did not appear to understand what this weblog is about. Either the individual is easily confused or I haven't been clear.

Imagine that you want to commit a crime of some sort that involves imposing great harm upon others. It doesn't have to involve terrorism but it does require you either injure or kill your victims, or render them extremely vulnerable to harm from other sources. Plundering retirement funds is a good example of the second scenario. Regardless of your personal values or character it would be a lot easier to sleep at night if you felt as though your victims were evil or callous and therefore deserved to be harmed.

Here's how it works:

Millions of Americans make it easy for criminals (terrorists or otherwise) to feel good about what they do and easy for them to sleep at night by openly praising and enriching violent criminals like Ryan Tucker and ignoring the suffering of their victims. The lowest of these scumbags will even shamelessly blame violence and cruelty on the victim. This social conditioning begins in early childhood and continues through high school and college.

Terrorism is a form of systemic feedback. A culture that rewards sociopaths and ostracises those who are civilized is only getting what it deserves.

What's your opinion?

Friday, April 6, 2012

Chicken Soup with Jerek Padilla, another sodomizing perverted hero of the gridiron from Robertson High School...

Terrorists have another hero of the gridiron to look up to for inspiration in their quest to impose as much suffering as possible upon others. Jerek Padilla is one of the Robertson High School football deities who decided to sodomize a younger, weaker player with a broomstick. Mommy and Daddy must be so proud. Speaking of can read about his behavior in this glowing article about American family values.

Why should I worry about terrorists when our precious Institution of Family produces young men who behave this way?