Sunday, July 19, 2009

The Road Ahead

I pledge allegiance to the flag, of the United States of America. And to our capitalist economy. Therefore, I am offended by Michael Moore's new movie, Capitalism: A Love Story.

To be completely fair, I am not mad at Moore for making a documentary. He has every right to voice his opinion. I am mad at him because, like all of his other movies, will most likely be riddled with left wing, socialist propaganda. Take Sicko for instance, the entire documentary put Canadian Health Care in such a bright shiny light that it blinded people to the downsides it caused. A socialist system will not help the people, in health care or economic matters.

First off, Moore has already made it clear in the trailer for the movie that he is going after the banks. And why not? The banks gave out home loans to citizens who couldn't afford them and so on, so why not attack them? Because the bankers didn't cause this problem.

It was the left wing politicians pushing a socialist agenda, the idea that everyone needs a good home to own, who pushed banks into giving loans out to people who either couldn't or had not intention of paying them back. Socialists like Barney Frank. Will Moore shed light on this in his documentary? Probably not. Like everything else, it will be the Right Wings faults.

So let me ask this, why is it that when a Republican speaks out, it's hate speak. But when a democrat speaks out it's free speech?

Doc Out.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Coming Soon to

Larry Giver (The Fanboy) and I have been talking for the last couple of days about doing something pretty cool for Gameobserver. We're thinking of making a podcast. I suppose that might be a bit cliche, but I like the idea. I downloaded audacity and dusted off my old voice acting mic and got to work on some samples. I'll upload them later today, I'm at work right now and nowhere near my laptop. Just a heads up to anyone who's interested.

Doc out for now.


Best thing I heard so far today: "Only you, Farva, can make a dark man blush."

Monday, July 6, 2009


Here's a little song I wrote today. It's to the tune of the Spider-Man theme song!

Hobo-man, Hobo-man.
Gets his lunch from a garbage can.
Lives in a box of cardboard,
Right outside the liquor store.
Look out! Here comes Hobo-Man!

Hobo-Man, Hobo-Man!
Ain't clean shaved, has a farmer's tan.
He just peed on the bus,
If you complain, he'll just cuss.
Look out! Here comes Hobo-Man!

Hobo-Man, Hobo-Man!
We ignore him, best we can.
His pleas for change, we ignore.
Isn't that what Welfare's for?
Look out! Here comes Hobo-Man!

Hobo-Man, Hobo-Man!
Under newspaper in the tram.
Talks to himself with great ease.
He has split personalities.
Look out! Here comes Hobo-Man!

Doc Out.