If “karma is a bitch” then please explain why it allows wicked people to constantly get away with monstrous atrocities while seemingly punishing those who are just, innocent and helpless? If petty, personal misfortune befalls you, instead of muttering under your breath that “karma is a bitch,” would it not make more sense to resign to the fact that, according to karma, you MUST have done something previously to warrant such cosmic punishment? Or is karma just a convenient one way street that benefits you by reprimanding those who have slighted you, but that doesn’t really apply in your own case? Please explain in further detail this mysterious force that you claim governs universal justice.
Or…wouldn’t it just be easier to say that we live in a cold, amoral universe in which we are less than a speck of dust? Instead of belittling the grandeur of the cosmos and insulting your fellow primates by suggesting that there is ultimate justice in the form of some bullshit, hokey, watered-down mystical force, why not just be honest with yourself and others? The people who broke into your car are probably going to get away with it. Rapists and murderers will go free. Churches and religion will continue to burn civilization to the ground, one pillar at a time. Stop relying on the universe or your sky-daddy to fix it for you. Stand up for earthly justice yourself, because if humans don’t, nothing will.
I WILL GUARD MY WALKING ON THIN ICE 7” WITH MY LIFE.
Sometimes I think I would like to go into her body just once so I can be on whatever drug(s) she is (“not”) on at any given moment so I can have an excuse to throw compacts at Madonna, but I doubt that any mere mortal would last more than five minutes in her earthly shell. But maybe it would be the most glorious (less than) five minutes of my life?
Wait, who needs an excuse to throw shit at Madonna?
Courtney Love on Yoko Ono, 1993 (via ifighttheonesthatfightme)
how many followers/friends will i lose once i reveal that i hate the beatles and love yoko ono? i don’t care. you like the beatles, I DON’T WANT TO BE FRIENDS WITH YOU ANYWAY.
When Christopher Hitchens, my favorite outspoken author, activist and anti-theist, was diagnosed with throat cancer recently, religious believers everywhere laughed hysterically and exclaimed that it was a punishment from their god and that this will surely cause him to sheepishly convert before his earthly end. Now the insane racist and conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck, a devout man of god (well, a Mormon anyway), has stated that he may go blind from macular dystrophy within a year. I would never wish physical harm or pain on (most) people, but I’m dying to see how the faithful explain their god’s seemingly indiscriminate method of “punishment” for believer and non-believer alike.