February 27, 2020
Is a mass shooting really even news?
I guess it’s news as much as anything else going on, but is it really a top news story that I need to get three push notifications about on my phone, like “OMG DID YOU HEAR ABOUT COORS??? THEY GOT SHOT”?
Bruce Spingsteen isn’t going to write a song about this.
Five people have been killed in a shooting at the Molson Coors Brewing Company campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin state, local officials say.
They say the gunman died from “self-inflicted wounds”. The attacker was identified as a 51-year-old Milwaukee resident. His motives were unclear.
If I had to guess, I’d say his motive was probably that he’d had enough and he just couldn’t take it anymore.
The shooting occurred in the early afternoon while hundreds of employees were still at work.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said it was a “tragic day for the city”.
Speaking at a news briefing shortly after Wednesday’s shooting, he described it as a “horrific act”.
Meanwhile, Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales said that the five victims were all employees of the brewing company.
Speaking at the White House in Washington, President Donald Trump offered his “deepest condolences to the victims and families in Milwaukee”.
He described the gunman as a “wicked murderer”.
A Wisconsin Congressman, Mike Gallagher, called it “hateful.”
The news out of Milwaukee is devastating, and my heart goes out to the victims, their families, and all those at Molson Coors. There’s no place for these kinds of hateful and disgusting acts in our society.
— Rep. Mike Gallagher (@RepGallagher) February 26, 2020
There’s no indication that this was in any way related to white supremacy or skin-hate, so I’m pretty sure he’s not supposed to use the term “hateful.” Of course, it’s common sense that any mass shooting is “hateful,” but calling murders that aren’t related to skin-hate “hateful” brings into question the entire concept of “hate crimes.” So you’re not supposed to use that term.
Although everyone hates Coors. Especially the people who are so totally poor that they have to drink it.
Funnily enough, this chart says that Coors is among the more expensive beers.
So was this an act against the bourgeoisie?
No, it wasn’t. If you drink beer, you are peasant scum, regardless. I don’t know what to tell you. This is one of those situations where I understand the whole “Anglin, you’re alienating your own audience!!!!!” – but I have to tell the truth.
Anyone who is stupid enough to voluntarily consume synthetic estrogen in a chemical swill is the epitome of peasant filth, deserving of whatever the Jews decide to do to them. The same thing with joggers.
In fact, beer drinkers and joggers are often the same retards: “drink this high calorie estrogen chemical cocktail, then go running around on concrete in plastic shoes destroying your joints as you try in vain to reduce the bags of fat conspicuously hanging from your hips.”
The level of retardation that can be packaged as “common wisdom” is incredible, and the definition of a peasant is someone who doesn’t question any of it.
- “Beer must be okay to drink because everyone else is drinking it”
- “Jogging must be safe and healthful because there is a whole crew of fat people outside my window running up and down the street like lunatics.”
No, my stupid friend. That is not the way reality works. Biology is not determined by consensus.
As I age, I increasingly lose my sympathy for both peasant and proletariat alike, becoming ever more comfortable with agendas that seek to exterminate poor people.
If you’re still drinking beer and/or jogging in current year, you basically deserve to be locked on a Coronavirus cruise ship.
Just as tropes about Jews are all true, tropes about American “working class” proles are all true.
The shooter will leave an important legacy.
Honestly I hate to say it, but Coors really deserved this.
Even fat women knew the score about Coors.
I will say that after this event I am seriously considering getting a “Coors Race Team” baseball cap in order to honor the victims or the shooter or whatever.
Do not believe those who say that the Age of Ironic Hats is over.
I say thee nay – for the Age of Ironic Hats has only just begun.