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Everybody’s Stupid, CXLII

Sincerely, if you’re easily triggered, don’t read this! I’m not ashamed to say that I’m more intelligent and emotionally mature than most people will ever be. The problem is, everybody says that—or something similar. But chances are that you’re here because you believe I possess those qualities, right? Unfortunately, my hand has been forced, and I’m about to get a little ignorant and immature—but it’s for a good cause. Yet, don’t fret—I’ll save that for next week. Today, we’re discussing plain ole stupid motherfuckers in general. Who wants to argue with someone who is too stupid to ever understand how stupid they are? Because stupid people aren’t smart, they only recognize the simplest parts of things, and that fragmentary recognition gives them the misperception of understanding. To put this into perspective, imagine trying to fit sixteen ounces of liquid into an eight-ounce container. That’s essentially how mental capacity works, people can only grasp or retain as much information as their capacity allows. And sadly, you can’t teach people to have bigger brains. I believe that it’s important for people to comprehend how stupid everybody is because lacking comprehension of that fact is what makes the world so dangerous. If you know that anything can happen at any time and anyone could snap at any moment, you’re likely to move in accordance to your knowledge. I’ve been watching this animated series titled “Invincible”, and I won’t spoil it, but it’s literally the most depressing cartoon in the history of mankind! The show is about a half human, half alien young man who comes of age and develops superpowers. The boy’s dad is from another planet, he’s the strongest person on Earth, and he poses as a hero. If you’re not depressed and you want to witness a power struggle of epic proportions, check out Invincible. But be warned that the show is triggering as a motherfucker! And it will remind you just how fucked-up the world is. How often are you afraid? In my opinion, fear is a glaring sign of consciousness and the desire to avoid harm. I also believe that anxiety is an indication of a person’s heightened awareness of their circumstances. It’s natural to worry, and worrying proves that you care about your well-being. Nevertheless, it’s no secret that many humans view their humanity as a weakness. People treat each other like the more human other people are, the less worthy they are of tolerance. Admittedly, I’m guilty of highlighting people’s humanity—things that I realize are oftentimes out of their control—and making it seem like they should be ashamed of it. But on the other hand, I apprehend that many people don’t respond to positivity. And if you’re stupid on purpose, you deserve to be criticized. Ideally, if we can’t teach people to have bigger brains, then we can at least attempt to give them easier instructions and better direction. Ultimately, there’s so much that people need to unlearn. If you want to optimize your personal human experience, you must accept that most people can’t tell you how to do that. In general, people only trust what’s considered normal. And like I always say, normal ain’t natural! Simply, if it’s normal to go against nature, especially when you aren’t harming yourself or creating victims, then be abnormal. Now, here is where I would tell you to do what you want to do and be who you want to be as long as it can’t get you killed or incarcerated. But guess what, because humans hate humanity, almost anything could get you exterminated or imprisoned. So, here is where I’m going to tell you that resistance and rebelliousness are just as natural as abhorrence and antipathy. If you’re not willing to say “fuck people” and combat their hatred for humanity, hatred wins. We can all agree that hating hatred is universally defensible, right? For people with small brains, or minimal mental capacity, being yourself when you know that people are going to hate you for it doesn’t make sense. So, just get comfortable with being hated and misunderstood.

Recently, a popular 39-year-old female announced that she was pregnant by a 22-year-old NBA player. Shortly after that, Russell Simmons’ 21-year-old daughter was spotted out boo’d up with a 65-year-old man. Of course, people have taken to the internet to express their disapproval of and hatred for adults who fuck whomever they want. Y’all know what the definition of insanity is, right? So, I don’t have to tell you how futile it is for you to disagree with decisions that don’t affect or involve you, and that you aren’t responsible for, correct? Personally, I just don’t give a fuck about what happy and harmless people are doing. And if you hate somebody for doing what makes them happy, especially if there are no victims, I can almost guarantee that you’re a worse person than whomever you’re hating! I’ll ask this question again, how many people do you assume give a fuck about what you think? Presently, those likes and reposts, subscribers and followers, views and impressions, and general attention from like-minded sympathizers makes many opinionated people feel more important than they’ll ever be. I don’t want to go too hard on people for expressing themselves because I’m going to sound like a hypocrite—I’m a blogger. But what’s wrong with just shutting the fuck up sometimes? When you think about it, life could be a lot more peaceful for the masses if people understood that being respectful and tolerant promotes and encourages respectfulness and tolerance. What type of person wants to be hated? In theory, with everybody dying to be normal, if we normalized minding our own fucking business and reserving our antagonism for irrefutable immorality, hatred wouldn’t be so normal. I just turned 37 years old earlier this year. Let’s say I was at Target, and I saw a cute, thick-ass, dark-skinned chick who is about 5’5” and 160 pounds. Naturally, because I love voluptuous, chocolate women, I’m going to be attracted to her. If I approached this metaphorical misses and asked her age, and she just so happens to only be 19 years old, but I reveal my real age and she doesn’t have a problem with it, guess what—with her consent—we’re fucking! Hate it or love it, what the fuck can you do about it?! Let me answer that question for you, ain’t shit you can do about it! Speaking of insanity, how are you motherfuckers even secure with intruding into people’s lives without their permission and against their wishes? Why should your thoughts and feelings about shit that has nothing to do with you matter to anyone? Somebody smart once said, “You are the company that you keep and the company that keeps you.” That means, people who accept you likely share your beliefs, and vice versa. Anew, as someone who is highly intelligent, who minds my fucking business, who isn’t gratuitously hateful, who supports freedom and autonomy, and who yearns to see people content with being themselves, where the fuck would I fit in? I’m a very layered person, and there’s no viable short answer to explain who I am and why I am the way I am. But to keep it simple for the simpletons, I’m smarter than y’all. If you don’t have the capacity appreciate why prejudice and selective outrage shouldn’t make you feel good about yourself, just follow my lead by primarily focusing on things that you can control. It’s okay to not have an opinion on something. You’re not obligated to feel any type of way about anything. Disagreeing with people and being disagreed with is just a part of life. Arguing doesn’t make a point valid, and it isn’t symptomatic of mental fortitude. Being firm in your beliefs doesn’t make you right, and refusing to change your mind doesn’t make your antagonists wrong. Having the audacity to voice your repudiations amidst controversy doesn’t automatically make you brave. Not giving a fuck is normal for me, and I encourage you to be more like me and stop worrying about shit that ain’t got nothing to do with you. If you’re a hater, get the fuck on! Peace.

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