Diary of a Narcissistic Misanthrope

I like to think I’m an acquired taste, like old whiskey or arsenic in your tea

My name is Clarence (Hello), born in 1988, i got my undergrad degree in Sociology (with a concentration in Women's Studies) and I'm utterly terrified. I'm scared of everything, people, my own feelings and sometimes even being but really there's nothing much to be done about that despite what I say. And I will say a lot about how my life has no meaning and i want to die (which is the majority of the time) but sometimes it seems like life is worth living for and everything in it is a spectacular explosion of awe inspiring wonder (which is usually a three week span some time in March). If it seems odd to read think what it might be like living it. So to get off the topic of terror I prefer stories es. I like to read them, I love to live in them and there is nothing better to me than a story so I guess this blog is a story mostly about me. Don't bother trying to find themes, connection or messages in what I post cause there really aren't any (unless they are completely accidental).

This blog is a story about what I find, what I feel and what I think so to that end I collect things to post or reblog. Its not meant to be anything truly meaningful or interconnected, just fun (mostly fun for me if you don't like it you can fuck right off) This is collection of all the the weird and interesting links from around the net that I find, comics, technology, comedy, current events, sociology, general geek/nerd interest, and more weird stuff. I think it makes for the closest representation to who I am that I've ever done and it just keeps growing bigger which is most of the fun. Please feel free to talk to me and don't mind the depressive tone i will probably be using. I like to think I'm somewhat fun if also a complete idiot.
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Bachmann (R-Minn.) recently became a citizen of Switzerland, making her eligible to run for office in the tiny European nation, according to a Swiss TV report Tuesday.



It’s sad because it’s true… I’m not so sure the social wedge issues are going to whip up the same old base as much anymore. 2012 will be interesting.

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)



Alec Baldwin and I share the same reaction!

Hate that I missed SNL last night.

Glad that it’s on my DVR.

I got lobbied on this issue. I got lobbied by a 31-year-old young lady who had Stage 4 cervical cancer.

Texas governor RICK PERRY, responding to Michele Bachmann’s claim that a drug company’s lobbying got him to mandate the HPV vaccine for young girls in Texas.

Pretty compelling response.  But that won’t stop Michele Bachmann.

(via inothernews)








Manhattan mini-storage always has awesome ads like this.  A few years ago it had one that said “Your closet is so narrow it makes [Dick] Cheney look liberal.”

Oh, Manhattan Mini Storage. “New York: Seven Professional Sports Teams and the Mets” (or some variant thereof) was one of my favorites. Along with the one that says if you store your stuff with your parents it means you have to visit them.


(via sociolab)

(Michele) Bachmann, of course, always strongly pro-choice — as long as that choice is cervical cancer.
STEPHEN COLBERT, on the Republican candidate’s (not so) mystifying opposition to a vaccine that could prevent young women from getting cervical cancer, on The Colbert Report. (via inothernews)



[13 Alternate Titles For Michele Bachmann’s Book]

And the hits just keep on coming.

While funny also a bit sexist