The Petey Files
In rummaging through all this flotsam and jetsam, I also realized how often Petey has been communicating to me in his cryptic way. He'll just just throw stuff out, and it's generally up to me to follow up on it. Today I'm too busy to blog anything of substance, so I will simply give Petey the floor, and leave you with a few examples:
--Petey's immutable meta-law: "bad everything drives out good everything."
--"Job one" of leftists is to attack language. After that, they can reach any conclusion they desire.
--Along these lines, he once said "When language becomes unmoored from reality, evolution becomes as static as a dog's bark." (I think this was in reference to Howard Dean; in fact, Petey refers to Democratc ideas as their "barking points.")
--The culture of victimization doesn't surprise him, since being a victim allows you to share in the perverse but considerable pleasure of your imagined subjugation.
--Petey detests multiculturalism. He's says that "most cultures are just personal error on a catastrophic scale."
--Petey has no respect for leftist professors. He says "they just sow their bullshit ideas. The poor and the stupid have to reap them."
--Back when we were arguing about whether time had qualities, he said, "Don't be an idiot. Clocks measure space, not time."
--Sometimes he can almost be compassionate. One time he said to me, "Don't worry. Eccentricity is just freedom lived."
--When I first began writing about spiritual matters, he thought I was rather presumptuous. He sharply asked, "Why would you, of all people, have fixed opinions about the unknowable?"
--Once when Hillary Clinton popped onto the TV screen, he muttered, "intelligence without light is just cunning."
--He doesn't have a high opinion of the MSM. He calls it "the crazy glue that holds the liberal fantasy together."
--He says "The topology of the body politic is a hyperdimensional phase space containing valleys with no bottom. This is proven by the existence of Al Sharpton."