Category Archives: Morbid

Blink 182, “Adam’s Song,” Plus Parody

Boy, that is some damn cool music. I never heard any of their songs before, and I had no idea if they were any good or not. I think this came out in ~1998, so good music was being made up until 20 years ago at least. But the 90’s were not a lost musical decade. I happen to like a lot of late 80’s-90’s bands. Grunge was great, and Nirvana were brilliant. This Blink 182 seems to be either a Nirvana ripoff or they are heavily influenced by the band, depending on whether you want to be kind or not. Even if they are Nirvana ripoffs though, they sure do a damn good job of it.

This song is controversial, as it is in part about suicide. The inspiration was a newspaper article about 17 year old boy who committed suicide that the songwriter read. The suicidal theme inspired at least one suicide by a 17 year old boy. He put this single on endless repeat and then killed himself. He went to Columbine high school and was a survivor of the massacre, but he lost a good friend to the shooters. The thing about homicide is that there are often quite a few more victims of this crime than just the dead victims. The loved ones of the victims are often victims themselves and commonly suffer for years or even decades after the homicide.

Blink 1488, “Saddam’s Song”

Here is a brilliant Alt Right parody of the song. This is off an album of songs by this “band,” which is really just one guy taking song tracks, pulling out the vocals and then putting his own parody vocals in. It’s legal to use parts of songs for parody purposes. The name of the outfit is Right Wing Death Squad, and Blink 1488 is one of his side projects. He does a good job on the videos too.

I never knew Nazis could be so entertaining. Such fun-loving fellows. Oh you crazy Nazis! Playing practical jokes again! Oh you big sillies!

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Filed under Conservatism, Crime, Fascism, Humor, Morbid, Music, Nazism, Political Science, Rock

The Strange Death of Nelson Rockefeller

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“Nelson thought he was coming, but he was going.”

That was one quip following the news that Nelson Rockefeller — New York’s four-term governor, former vice-president of the United States, and the most prominent scion of America’s most famous wealthy family — had succumbed to a heart attack at the age of 70, while in his midtown townhouse with his 25-year-old assistant, Megan Marshack.

Preferred joke: How did Nelson Rockefeller die? Low blood pressure: 70 over 25.

Before there was Warren Buffett and his secretary, there was Rockefeller and his. Autres temps, autres mœurs.

The official story quickly broke down.

He had not been in his office working on a book about his art collection but in his townhouse.

He had not been with his security guard but with his security guard and his chauffeur. Okay, security guard, chauffeur, and a young blonde woman in a black evening gown.

He died instantly. Actually, he died one hour after he was stricken.

The blonde called 911, and that’s all she did. Well, first she called her friend, TV personality Ponchitta Pierce, and it was Pierce who called 911.

Where was Marshack? Out of town, replied the family spokesman, though when reporters had reached Marshack by phone a few hours after the death, she explained that she was with the family spokesman.

Eager for closure, the family allowed no autopsy and had the corpse cremated, hastily absolving everyone involved of any negligence or malfeasance — 4 Rockefeller Children Say All at Hand Did Their Best read the good-natured headline in the Times.

Wow, everybody lied. Everybody. Screw these “official stories.” I wonder how many other “official stories” like this there are.

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Filed under Journalism, Morbid, Politics, Republicans, US Politics

Robert Stark Interviews Robert Lindsay about the Oregon Shooter

There is a new interview with me up. Mostly about the latest mass shooting. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.

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Another Incel Shoots up College, 10 Dead, 7 Wounded
4Chan Subculture and the Post on R9K Predicting the Shooting
Beta Uprising
How America’s Hyper-individualism and Atomization Leads to Mass Shootings
The Oregon School Shooter and Asperger’s
Misanthropy
Depression and Suicide
Homicidal Fantasies
Study: Males and Females Differ in How They Rate the Attractiveness of the Opposite Sex
What Is This Man Doing Wrong? ( Why hasn’t Game Worked?)

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Filed under American, Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, Crime, Culture, Depression, Gender Studies, Heterosexuality, Man World, Mental Illness, Mood Disorders, Morbid, Oregon, Psychology, Psychopathology, Regional, Romantic Relationships, Sex, Social Problems, Sociology, Spree Killers, USA, Vanity, West

You First, Stefan

Just do it, Steven. Trust me. You will not be missed!

Just do it, Stefan. Trust me. You will not be missed! What’s holding you back, Steve? I am so sorry that you can’t follow through on your words. If there’s anything I can do to help you commit suicide, please email me and I will see what I can do for you. Ok?

What do you know about Stefan Molyneux?

I thought he was very interesting at first because he’s so groovy and with-it nowadays, but this radical Libertarian website was linking to him, and I thought, “Whoa Nelly! Hold your horses!” I immediately became extremely suspicious of him, so I went to look at his videos and got even more confused and suspicious, so I went to Wikipedia. Turns out he is a very carefully hidden reactionary Libertarian fuck disguised a vegetarian, organic, holistic, New Age Leftist. He quotes Mao, Che Guevara, Bill Ayers, Micheal Aflaq, Enver Hoxha, and Saddam, and he’s about as rightwing as the Koch Brothers.

Clever, Stefan clever!

Just like the NDASP calling themselves “socialist” to trick progressive people into supporting a reactionary agenda! Way to co-opt.

He’s just another reactionary Libertarian just like all the rest of them. Why is this guy some special snowflake? Because he’s groovy and eats granola? Come on. Pull your head out, people.

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Filed under Libertarianism, Morbid, Political Science

Ever Fantasize about Killing Someone?

Jason Y writes:

So who is more disturbed, De Niro on Taxi Driver or Robert?

I am not that disturbed. I actually don’t really mind most people on an individual basis. Or at least I don’t hate them, let’s put it that way. I do not hate on an individual basis,the vast majority of people I meet. I have quite a few people I actually like, especially people I see on a regular basis. For instance, there is local corner store here, and everyone who works there totally loves me and acts like I’m they’re my best friend.

When I say I am homicidal, I don’t mean that seriously. I usually don’t want to kill any individual person. It’s more of a vague feeling directed at humanity in general. It’s hard to explain, and I know I would never do anything about it. I would have to hate people vastly more than I do now to go shoot up a mall, and even if I had that level of hatred, I still doubt if I would shoot up a mall because my massive inhibitions or guilt would stop me. I honestly do not think I will ever go postal. It’s just not going to happen, ever.

I have no guns, and I hate guns. I’ve never even tried kill someone except maybe someone who was trying to kill me. So really as long as you are not trying to kill me, I’m not going to try to kill you, so everyone needs to relax. That’s been my history for decades now, and I doubt if it will change. I guess I could use weapons other than guns, but I don’t even think about that, and I do not think I have ever used a handheld weapon against another person. I have used weapons, including very large knives, to threaten people before, and they deserved it, but never to attack someone. I’ve pulled knives on people before, but I’ve never stabbed anyone.

There are some old girlfriends about whom I say “I want to kill them to this very day,” and they richly deserve that feeling. It’s very vaguely true, but it’s something I almost never think about. And when I actually think of those women, I don’t like them very much, but I almost never think about killing them even in fantasy.

It’s just that some of the things that they said and did to me were absolutely unforgivable and completely warrant homicidal feelings towards them. But even then, it’s only when I think about that specific comment or action, my next thought is, “Goddamn I want to kill that bitch. She should be killed just for saying that/doing that to me.”

So most of the time I think about even those old girlfriends are fairly pleasant because I prefer to think about good things we did, and 99% of the time I am thinking about them, I am not feeling homicidal towards them. And this includes ones that I basically hate to this very day, and they deserve my hatred.

I think it is that I really do not like thinking about killing specific individual people because it bothers me on some level. And also something that happened long ago, I really should not still be all wrapped up in it.

Also there were a few guys who did stuff to me that pretty much warrants me killing them, and they would deserve it too for what they did to me. But even with them, when I imagine meeting them, the fantasy is more like I punch them in the face as hard as I can one time, which they would deserve, and walk away.

So I don’t really want to kill them either. I suppose I want to kill them in some vague sense, but it’s usually not even a fantasy because explicit homicidal fantasies about specific people bother me on some level.

I say vague because even if I met this guy who I really want to punch, I doubt if I would punch him. I have been in quite a few fistfights and physical altercations, but they always hit me or acted very physically aggressive towards me first.

Sure there’s a few guys I totally wanted to kill before, and they all deserved it. I did have homicidal fantasies about them even including plotting how I would do it. But the fantasies usually involve guns, and I don’t even have one, never have, and they terrify me. Also on some level, I know the fantasy will never happen.

That is because fantasy is different from thinking you really want to do something. A lot of evil fantasies involves things you know will never happen. So sure, I feel like killing them, and I even think about at times maybe, but I pretty much know it will never happen.

And there is one more thing. There were times when I was plotting how I would kill one of these guys, and I stopped myself because the thought process felt disturbing.

So I actually sat down and thought, “Hey wait a minute. Does this guy really deserve to die over what he did to me?” Almost always it comes back that even though what they did to me was horrific, monstrous and probably unforgivable, it doesn’t really warrant taking their lives. Actually killing them just seems wrong on some level.

When you think about what you are actually doing I mean what you are really, really, really, really doing, when you kill someone, you realize that true homicide is some very heavy shit. It’s about the heaviest shit you will ever deal with in your life. So if you kill or try to kill someone, you better have a damn good reason. The only time I ever actually tried to kill people was when they were trying to kill me.

I also start really worrying that I might get caught, and then that even if I did it and got away with it, I would have to walk around with that in my head for the rest of my life, and it might eat me up. Because killing someone who isn’t trying to kill you is so heavy that I’m not sure I could do it without being destroyed by guilt for the rest of my life.

Also when I get into these feelings about a specific person (which doesn’t happen too often), I usually only feel homicidal for 2-3 weeks. Then it just completely goes away for some reason (it sort of “burns out”), and I don’t miss it at all. It doesn’t seem healthy to stay in a homicidal frame about someone for a significant period of time. A few weeks, sure, but after that, it starts to feel disturbing, and I just want it gone.

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Filed under Ethics, Morbid, Philosophy, Psychology

Suicide

Anyone here ever seriously consider buying a season ticket to the Angels? Anyone ever try to?

Discuss.

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Filed under Death, Depression, Morbid, Psychology

Derek Medina Kills Wife, Posts Photo of Her Dead Body on Facebook

In an incredible story, a Florida man, Derek Medina, murdered his wife, took a picture of her dead body and then posted the photo on his Facebook page (photo of Jennifer Alfonso here) under a Status Update confessing to the murder.

Here is his confession:

I’m going to prison or death sentence for killing my wife love you guys miss you guys take care Facebook people you will see me in the news. my wife was punching me and I am not going to stand anymore with the abuse so I did what I did I hope you understand me.

After he did that, he drove to the nearest police station and turned himself in. The photo got posted around the Internet before it was removed from Facebook, but the photos are rapidly disappearing and even earlier this afternoon, August 8, 2013, they were very hard to find. Apparently people are receiving orders to take down the photos.

Undated photo of Derek Medina from Facebook. The couple were married last year.

Undated photo of Derek Medina from Facebook. The couple were married last year.

The woman’s name is Jennifer Alfonso. That came out earlier, but it has subsequently been removed from most stories about the killing.

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Filed under Crime, Dead Bodies, Evil, Florida, Morbid, Murders, Regional, Sick and Evil, South, USA

Player Killed, Ref Decapitated and Dismembered in Brazilian Soccer Match

Video here.

In a soccer match in the Brazilian state of Maranhão, a referee ejected a player from a game. The player and the ref got into an argument, and the ref pulled out a knife and stabbed the player to death. The players friends and relatives then stormed onto the field and beat the ref to death, later decapitating him and dismembering his body.

This video does not show the actual fights and mayhem on the field. Instead, it shows the aftermath at the hospital, with hospital stuff pulling the ref’s head off his body (it was not attached anyway). You can also see the results of the drawing and quartering. Hard to watch but it’s basically a medical scene in a hospital, nothing ER doctors don’t see.

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Filed under Americas, Brazil, Crime, Dead Bodies, ER, Murders, Regional, Sick and Evil, South America, Sports

Syrian Rebels Execute Government Fighters

Video here.

This video is simply awful! It shows the Syrian rebels executing some government fighters. I am not sure if the government fighters are Syrian military or shabiha militiamen. At any rate, they are lined up against a wall blindfolded, and then the rebels back up a bit and stand and wait, jittery. Some time elapses and then the rebels open up on the men with automatic weapons fire. The prisoners collapse to the ground in a chaotic heap.

Very disturbing video!

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Famous Last Photograph

Hi, my name is Mr. Bear. Thought I would stop by your tent for a bit. Do you mind?

Hi, my name is Mr. Bear. Thought I would stop by your tent for a bit. Do you mind?

You have heard of famous last words, right? How about famous last photos? This photo is said to have been snapped by Michio Hoshino, a wildlife photographer, in his tent. The story is that he heard a grizzly bear coming, and he grabbed his camera. He snapped this photo just as the bear was coming into his tent. Very soon after this photo was taken, the bear attacked Hoshino and killed him. The bear left the camera alone as it never occurred to the stupid bear to destroy the evidence for its crime. This was the last photo in the camera, documenting a tragic death.

Unfortunately, none of this is true, and the photo is simply a Photoshopped hoax. Hoshino was indeed mauled to death by a bear in 1996 in the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula, but this is not his photo.

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Filed under Animals, Bears, Mammals, Morbid, Omnivores, Wild