How to interact with a totalitarian state art, awesomeness, Crazy, humor, I'm from the government, science fiction, wisdom, youtube Add comments Mar 182016 When you can’t confront it with arms… try this approach: I wonder how well this’d work *today.* allen this going right next to John Sheridan’s “every time I say no” from Babylon 5 and the “there are always men like you” from The Avengers movie. it’s a new tactic..resist tyranny by pretending to be an idiot and mishearing every question or demand they say. brilliant! publiusr Uh..what you say? allen DONUT THING! oh, and these….. “every time I say NO” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7uqCZCgRKU “there are always men like you” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dapip0EHYMI Scottlowther I wonder if “donut thing?” might just be a good general reply to overbearing dickery in a general sense. I believe I shall employ it the next time I’m in a discussion with a fascist leftie who suddenly and inevitably launches into one of those “you’re a horrible person because you don’t agree with The Program” screeds. “I’m sorry, that’s not a hair question” sadly never seemed to catch on. allen it finally struck me what this reminded me of. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paranoia_%28role-playing_game%29 I’ve plated it a few times, with a GM playing The Computer actually in another room and doing the whole game via speakerphone, closed-circuit TV, and sending messages back and forth using an old “dumb terminal” system with green text on a black screen. it was…interesting to say the least. Yowie3 Of course, doing so, rather ignores the truth of the original statement, now doesn’t it? 😉 Jon Risque same team https://vimeo.com/89681230?from=outro-embed Jon Risque pearl harbor II funny Rodrigo Apparently nobody here remembers the Chicago 7 trial. Eventually the authorities gag you, get on with the trial then sentence and confine you. As if anything you could say meant anything anyway.