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Humorless by pisaquaririse
April 5, 2008, 4:11 am
Filed under: Grab a shovel, PUKE

Filth.

(possible trigger)

*UPDATE*: Link has been removed. Google “Cuttin’ Up Hookers” with an eye closed if you dare. Hateful bastards always a click away.

Via BD, contact info collected for guy who thinks cutting up hookers is haute couture comedy:

http://www.aktenterprises.com/tchekmeian.php

Alex Karekin Tchekmeian

AKT Enterprises
11929 E. Colonial Drive #166
Orlando, Florida 32826

(T) 888.429.0666
(F) 407.574.3012

Email
alex@aktenterprises.com

Company Web Site
http://www.aktenterprises.com

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What kind of sick fuck wears that?

Comment by stormy

Or comes up with the concept?

Unless of course, misogyny is a real concept?

Paint me a humourless radfem.

Comment by stormy

These are hipsters Stormy! Very fashionable and very individualistic. Cutting up hookers has absolutely *nothing* to do with all the misogyny in music and tv and porn and yadayada.

These people are individuals, pushing the envelope. Very unique!

Comment by pisaquaririse

No men don’t hate us. They LOVE women. Men are very whore-positive, and sex-worker loving, unlike us evil, woman-hating radical feminists.

Comment by allecto

How come the ‘sex-pos’ crowd haven’t jumped all over this? Why is only the ‘humourless’ radfems?

Comment by stormy

“How come the ’sex-pos’ crowd haven’t jumped all over this?”

Just as allecto alludes–they can’t very well bite the hand that feeds them.

Comment by pisaquari

>What kind of sick fuck wears that?

or even designs it?

No one really knows. Could be a misogenist. Could be a radfem looking to create a strawman. Could be someone looking at the radfem market as one that would buy something from the line to wave around and validate their perspective.

Until you have a name, address and phone number it’s all just speculation. Personally, I just distrust something that so neatly fits in a polemical box. I’ll bet Dan Rather wishes HE had when he got those “files” on W in 2004.

Comment by Roy Kay

As usual, I’m fuming, which brings on tasteless hunour and sarcasm.

(It’s hard to have a sense of humour when misogynists just aint funny).

Just for the hell of it, some standard male liberal responses to the t-shirts:

‘it’s only a shirt’/ ‘freedom of speech’/ ‘you’re censoring me’/ ‘but I like wearing that t-shirt’/ ‘you’re so mean’/ ‘so what are you going to do about ending misogynist t-shirts? if you ban them they’ll only go underground’/ ‘it’s my right to wear that shirt’/ ‘but it gets me off, how dare you judge me!’/ ‘thought crime! you want to punish me for my thoughts’.

etc. etc. etc. ad nauseum (plus any other fancy latin phrases that fit the tone).

Don’t worry all you Nice Reasonable Feminist Guys, I’ve done your spiel for you!

Comment by Laurelin

Looks like I missed one liberal response!

Yes, Roy… we invented that website and made the t-shirts with all the money that the right-wing US government gives us for being on their side just so you’d made a dumbass comment on a feminist site because we’ve never heard that shit before…

looks like we’re nicked, sisters!

Comment by Laurelin

should read ‘just so you could make a dumbass comment…’

I shouldn’t really type when I’m mad.

Comment by Laurelin

Welcome Roy Kay.

I should mention this line of misogyny is being sold at the coming Bamboozle music festival–no small event. (http://www.thebamboozle.com/) And doing some quick myspace research shows there are plenty of bands who love to showcase violent haute couture.

People actually buy this shit. Straw not included.

Comment by pisaquaririse

I was waiting for Roy to throw in that “it is the secret feminazis ruling the world”.

Or something.

You are an idiot Roy.

Comment by stormy

>we invented that website

I can’t tell. WHOIS doesn’t give a name of any person related to the site. It seems to be a general merchandising site vaguely like Utne.

>and made the t-shirts with all the money that the right-wing US government gives us for being on their side

Well, that wouldn’t surprise me too much. However, I doubt anyone even has to actaully make the shirts. Design/Paste/Morph should do the trick. That DOES vreate the problem of what to do if they actually sell one. Could be a problem with you giving them free publicity.

>Nice Reasonable Feminist Guys

I’ve totally abandoned “feminist” and reverted back to “women’s lib”, which was actually trying to liberate people. I got kind of tired of hearing schmaltzy shit “Well, you have to understand. In the third world, feminism is about MOTHERS AND CHILDREN and feeding their families” I am just waiting for instruction that “Well, you have to understand that Aryan Feminism is about MOTHERS AND CHILDREN and protecting them from untermenchen.” Once feminism became a brand name it lost all meaning.

>“it is the secret feminazis ruling the world”.

No. For one thing REAL conspiracies, like say al-Qaida, have REAL armed combatants, instead of hyperventilation going for them.

Comment by Roy Kay

Listen ladeez we all need to just caaaallllmm down. Count to 10–everything is fine!
Roy Kay the *Women’s Lib Guy* is here.
He will show us The Way.

(All right Warren Jeffs fess up: does Federal Prison have wifi?)

Comment by pisaquaririse

I like ‘women’s liberation’ too. How about that, we got something in common.

Thank the goddess! he is here!

Wait a minute… I don’t think he is The One. He sounds just like all the others. And doesn’t seem to get sarcasm (the right-wing part, that was sarcasm, get it? Oh never mind, just do some reading).

Comment by Laurelin

I’m also not sure what most of Roy’s rant had to do with what was written here, either.

Comment by Laurelin

Listen Laurelin, I just don’t think we are *getting* it.

What Roy Master Kay is trying to tell our tiny- brains-with-the-pink-bows is that when presented with misogyny the first thing to do is trivialize it. I mean, whens the last time a hooker was cut up? or people made violence against women fashionable?
Totally.never.happens.right?

Aside from the fact that Roy Master totally missed the part where the line of shirts were on the vendor list for a Major Fucking Music Festival, he seems to also miss the point that no amount of violence against women, whether worn or acted upon, is tolerable.

Roy Kay it wouldn’t matter if I linked to some dipshit 14 year old’s myspace page who had a bio yapping about “slapping ho’s” or knifing his girlfriends. It’s all filth. It’s all abominable. And you, as a *man*, are the LAST kind of person that should be showing up on a feminist/womens lib/whatever site to make light of it.

Comment by pisaquaririse

the thing he wrote about ‘not knowing’ whether the website was real, saying the T-shirts could be fake cut/paste jobs interested me. The absolute obsession with discovering whether it is ‘real’ takes over from the consideration of what it is and says, and in what context it takes place. I remember the ‘discussion’ over the rape-porn pictures of Iraqi women abused by US soldiers- the male liberals spent acres of time explaining how the fact that the men in the photo where wearing the ‘wrong’ uniform meant the picture was ‘fake’. What that distracted us from was the fact that a) all the ‘uniform’ thing can prove is that they were not wearing the uniform, NOT that this was not rape, and b) that pictures of women being tortured are produced for the consumption of some males, because some males like to torture women to get off. And the easygoing of attitude of ‘oh it might not be real’ (decoded: stop making a fuss, I’m uncomfortable) actively supports and condones such actions.

This T-shirt or whatever exists because we live in a world where women can be bought and sold and abused and cut up with near impunity- particularly if they are prostituted women, who are among the most vulnerable human beings on the planet. A man coming in here and complaining that we are overreacting because we are offended by someone, whoever the hell he/ they is/ are thinks murdering women is funny, is repulsive, offensive and an appauling coward. And he expects kind treatment! Women are always meant to coddle men, however abusive they are.

Comment by Laurelin

The comments about the ‘realness’ of porn images I think stands for all porn. If we have images of women being harmed for the pleasure of men, however ‘consensually’ produced, however fucking ‘safe’, it is because we have men who harm women for their pleasure. It is always real.

Comment by Laurelin

The comments about the ‘realness’ of porn images I think stands for all porn. If we have images of women being harmed for the pleasure of men, however ‘consensually’ produced, however fucking ‘safe’, it is because we have men who harm women for their pleasure. It is always real.

Comment by Laurelin

Roy’s troll mission was to get you to validate him by making him and his trollery the topic. Roy scored his troll points by getting women to engage with him.
You see them on the streets and in the bars, on the bus and in the cars. They really do seem to be everywhere, trolling for attention from the sex class.

Comment by thebewilderness

Forgive me bewilderness!

I had left over troll food.

Comment by pisaquaririse

>I like ‘women’s liberation’ too. How about that, we got something in common.

Nice to have something in common.

Do I know anyone who would buy one?

Nope.

Now, do I endorse any such sentiments as are propounded on the presumed t-shirts?

Nope. Far from it. But I’m not going to be played for a sucker either. Polemics and politics tends towards deception and hidden agendas.

Which makes me wonder how real they are. There is a purported myspace site that is all about the t-shirts, with rave reviews from lots of purported women. I doubt that those reviews are real. Which makes the whole thing look phony. Which makes me wonder what the agenda really is and who is promoting it.

Who most benefits from a fake marketing campaign?

1) People who perspective on society – to wit, Brownmillerian RadFems – are validated and energized.

2) Possibly some band (maybe the band playing on the myspace site) that wants to get publicity and who figure that RadFem rage is a cheap and easy form of free ink.

3) Who knows? The product seems phony. The myspace site seems phony. Maybe the Religious Right trying to further drive a wedge between factions on the left?

Find the source and you find the answers. So far, we don’t seem to have found the source.

Comment by Roy Kay

[the following comment is made in ernestness and seriousness, with no snark intended]

>>>Do I know anyone who would buy one?

>>>>Nope.

Good for you. The thing is, though, many women who comment here and read this blog have come across such men, who would snigger at the t-shirt’s sentiment, or even wear it, and we have been very damaged by such men. To us it matters a lot that there are individuals who would design/ buy/ wear such trash because of the severe consequences that we can and do suffer as a result. We remember. Our bodies remember. It’s real. To be blunt, it’s not something that you have to worry about, and that I think explains some of the attitude you have shown on this thread.

Comment by Laurelin

Mr. RK your privilege is showing. This isn’t about your tin foil hat theories, and for you to continue to find that the bigger point makes you a misogynist in my eyes.

How nice that you see such an item and get to contemplate the logistics of the fucking marketing campaign. The kind of person that would even find this funny as a *joke* is still a threat to me and certainly a threat to the women in the crowd you run around with.
Were I them I would seriously be reconsidering your status as some sort of ally.

Comment by pisaquaririse

Another thing: RK is joining in on a thread on a pro-porn blog which is basically making fun of our concerns here- with several of the more infamous cowardly pornsick liberal males.

I hope you have pleased those wankers. You should be ashamed of yourself- but as Pisaquairise has eloquently illustrated, your privilege prevents this. Prove me wrong.

Comment by Laurelin

Seriously, I am phoning this one in.
You are an idiot Roy.

Roy hanging out with the pro-porn wankers — why am I NOT surprised by this?

Comment by stormy

Ahem- must clarify earlier hotheaded comment: the piss-taking I was refering to was on the comments thread, not the actual post, and by wankers I mean only the pornsick males who were being their usual jerky selves on that thread.

I could think before I type… but hey wouldn’t that make things too simple? ;P

Comment by Laurelin

P: feel free not to publish this if you prefer…

I know right where his office addy is in Orlando, I go down there all the time. Heading there come June or so…where I think I shall make myself a pain in his ass…legally of course…like with signs and such.

See, there are some things…few, but some.

Comment by Renegade Evolution

I feel a nasty letter to this sick t-shirt fucker coming on…

Comment by Laurelin

Oh, he’s a swell little fellow. Only 21, apparently, profiled in Businessweek, dripping with cash and just -brimming- with confidence.

Yeah, I’m…interested. Passing it along as well.

Comment by belledame222

So, Alex Karekin Tchekmeian, did “out” himself and the provenance is known with great certainty.

My comments on Ren’s blog following that:

Well, it IS nice to know who is actually designing these. Now that that is
established:

>A better analogy would be to “beat up bums,” “Superman strippers” or “kill Republicans.” You know, keeping with the whole “low-life” theme here. (no offense to anyone)

Personally, none of these OR “Cutting Up Hookers” seems like adroit parody to me – or anything else favorable.

Here’s why:

Hookers are targeted by serial killers from time to time. They are also harrassed by the law, be it Taliban law or Elliott Spitzer. In short they
have enemies within the law and outside of it – often deadly enemies.

Does the message parody this? Not that I see. It isn’t exactly “A Modest Proposal”, so surreally out of the ordinary that no one takes it seriously, and some face a dawn of self-recognition. It’s too close to things that
actually happen and are a blight on society and an atrocity to the victims.

That’s why I distrusted any allegation of provenance. It didn’t work against the atrocity, and I can’t envision anyone in their right mind would be working towards it. I also can’t envision anyone buying these and wearing
them.

You have the right to manufacture them – though I doubt you have done so – but I would advise you not to exercise that right and to turn your talents elsewhere.

I am sure there is a decent market for a pro-hooker t-shirt. I’d be willing to come up with a slogan or two to that end. I do request, however, that you pull the whole shock-scam t-shirt program down.

Comment by Roy Kay

[sarcasm/] So our dear Alex is a spolied little overprivileged brat without a fucking clue about living with the terribly real threat of being abused or killed? Who’d’ve thought it, eh?[/sarcasm]

I remember seeing some fucker with a ‘dead girls don’t say no’ t-shirt on (had a picture of a sexy vampire girl ha fucking ha). I wish I’d been a bit nearer (and a bit less shit-scared of being arrested) so I should show him just what living girls are capable of doing to misognyists. Gah.

Comment by Laurelin

sorry for the overuse of the word ‘fuck’ in my comments… I’ve run out of adjectives!

Comment by Laurelin

>the thing he wrote about ‘not knowing’ whether the website was real, saying the T-shirts could be fake cut/paste jobs interested me. The absolute obsession with discovering whether it is ‘real’ takes over from the consideration of what it is and says, and in what context it takes place.

Yes that obsession does indeed take over.

Let’s roll back the clock a hundred year and let “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” fall into my hands. What should I do upon reading it?

1) Say “That’s just like those dirty Jews. Jew culture is always trying to rip off the gentiles.”

2) Maybe temporize with “Well, I don’t know any Jews like that, but we should make sure everyone reads this so they are on their guard against the Jews who are. I mean the Jews do seem to stick together and I know some people who have had run ins with them.”

or

3) Say “I don’t know any Jews like this. In fact, in strikes me as odd that these, uh, ‘Learned Elders’ managed to launch this great conspiracy, and yet someone managed to not only find out about it, but spirited a book of their plans away from them. What do I think? Looks like someone (maybe the Czar?) is planning a pogrom.”

One should indeed wonder “Who is marketing What?” – especially in politics and polemics, where winning and grabbing power are the top ten things in the agenda.

Comment by Roy Kay

Roy Kay stop–just stop.

The saying on the shirt is wrong on all accounts of anything and everything (polemics, politics, salami, etc). No one ever spoke to it’s legitimacy–that it exists is enough for us.

It wasn’t for you.
We get it. Move on.

Comment by pisaquaririse

My my, Roy certainly is wordy.

Comment by stormy

Roy, you’re in the hole, stop digging.

Or dig elsewhere, or leave it until after I’m dead. Either’s good with me.

Comment by Laurelin

I just have to say it- nothing irritates me more than men patronising me because they’re under the delusion that they are smarter than me.

Comment by Laurelin

That should have been ‘under the illusion’, not ‘delusion’. I just lost my smart points, didn’t I? 😛

Comment by Laurelin

Ladies, we could have had a very enriching discussion on this. We could have learnt new things from each other. We could have linked to each other’s blogs, shared perspectives, talk woman-to-woman. But no. You let this Roy Kay dipshit completely hijack the thread with his innane and non-sensical arguments and you are falling all over yourselves trying to “debate” with him. Ban his scrawny ass off your blog and get on with it. I am so sick and tired of us feminists channeling all of our potential and energy into negativity and attention towards self-centered male jackasses who will never get it.
I didn’t even click on the link to the t-shirt because it would have pissed me off WAY too much for it to be even healthy for me. Let’s just say I hope that every fucker who wears that shirt chokes to death on his own balls. I mean that sincerely.
Let’s keep this woman-centered, please?

Comment by Lara

My God. These smug hipster wankers with their “ironic” misogyny, homophobia and racism. Gosh isn’t violence against women hilarious. I’m with Laurelin, there really isn’t enough F words for this.

Comment by queen emily

Lara I feel you though I don’t feel all is lost.

For everyone’s information: roy kay’s comments went into indefinite moderation after his last bout. I did not expect his return after the shirt culprit was revealed.

As for the thread, it is still getting lotsa hits and has already fueled plenty of negative attention towards the hateful designer. Afaic this thread may continue on in exchange and discussion till the little brat’s buznass goes belly up.

As well, I appreciate all the comments from women who have come here angry and intolerant and rightly so. Thank you.

I will be posting my official letter to the fuckwit sometime today (and any of his sponsors–bands?–I can get info on).

Comment by pisaquaririse

I think that t shirt speaks the truth about our society.
There is a class of women that men can tortured and kill with impunity. So long as they do not kill too many too often or the bodies are not found all in one place, society turns a blind eye. They are of no interest to the media, or the authorities.
Violence against women is condoned by our social regulatory system, the courts, every day in every way. The corporate media sells it as entertainment. Violence against women is entertaining to men. This T shirt is the in your face reality of what we all already know but do not want to believe.

Comment by thebewilderness

apologies if I sounded chiding, I guess I was irritated by Roy’s mere presence. Glad he’s gone now 🙂

Comment by Lara

[…] to Buried Alive for breaking the story, and belledame for sending it […]

Pingback by Feministe » Alex Karekin Tchekmeian is a special young man

My name is Alex Tchekmeian. I am 21 year old entrepreneur who is absolutely taken back by what is occurring right now.

My company is a t-shirt manufacturing and distribution warehouse. I am a regular guy who started receiving many emails regarding “my clothing line called cuttin’ up hookers.” and how disappointed people were in me.

After doing some extensive research I found this web site that somebody went on and posted fake comments trying to mask themselves as me. I have no direct affiliation with this clothing brand and people are acting as if it was my idea…

I am so beside myself because I would never write the things that were written here. I hope that this message gets through to people so that this can come to an end.

I am putting myself out there out of honesty so that this can be resolved. The truth of the matter is I have no affiliation with this organization and I do not support it. Somebody has posted falsified comments attempting to take a direct hit to my reputation and hard work.

My direct email is alex@aktenterprises.com.

Comment by Alex Tchekmeian - The REAL One

(“Will the Real Alex Tchekmeian please stand up?”)

All right–welcome Alex. I am confused–does your company own District Lines?

Comment by pisaquaririse

Yes, my company does in fact own District Lines.

Comment by Alex Tchekmeian - The REAL One

Then you own “Cuttin’ Up Hookers” line of t-shirts, yes?

Comment by pisaquaririse

While we do own clothing companies within AKT Enterprises (Messhead, Fuller and Skuzzy), Cuttin’ Up Hookers is not one of them. We are responsible for the printing and distribution of the Cuttin’ Up Hookers brand, however, we are not in any way the creators or promoters of the brand.

District Lines powers over 250 individual online stores, ranging from clothing companies, charities, activists and bands.

Comment by Alex Tchekmeian - The REAL One

Okay Alex, I will reprint this for you and the readers here:

“WE are RESPONSIBLE for the PRINTING and DISTRIBUTION of the CUTTIN’ UP HOOKERS brand”

That is promoting Alex. Plain and simple. You are providing a service (an important one at that!) to the company or “creators” of this shirt to further the sales of this shirt. And not only that, you have provided them an internet space-districtlines.com- to sell (re: a marketing channel) their violent messages.

If all you’ve got after all this is “hey, we didn’t come up with it” then you are trying to squeeze out of a tight margin you cannot fit through.

(However, if you would like to pass along the contact info for the creators of these shirts then please do. Trust me, we are happy to share the negative attention.)

You and your company are not off the hook. District Lines is your company, so you can say no to this misogyny. You haven’t and likely won’t.

And you will never know the price women pay for these kinds of messages.

Comment by pisaquaririse

Fascinating, really.

In either case it does seem that someone is doing Alex a public service, because as the REAL Alex is, by his own admission, “responsible for the printing and distribution of the Cuttin’ Up Hookers” brand, he might want to take this opportunity to be apprised that many young men and women do not, in fact, approve of this particular fine line of merchandise, and he may wish to be disassociated with it henceforth.

I will also, without further comment, note this quote from his BusinessWeek profile:

Today, 20-employee AKT Enterprises consists of 15 businesses that revolve around the music industry and include merchandising, Web development, and online ticketing services. Most of AKT’s clients are hardcore bands and record labels. Tchekmeian says the business had $1.3 million revenues in 2006 and estimates it will earn just over $3 million in 2007, with the bulk of the income coming from merchandising, all of which is produced in-house, because he doesn’t “trust the quality of anyone else out there.”

Comment by belledame222

Shorter Alex: “I didn’t create this shirt. I just help make it and make tons of money off of it.”

Disgusting.

Comment by buggle

“WE are RESPONSIBLE for the PRINTING and DISTRIBUTION of the CUTTIN’ UP HOOKERS brand”

Why haven’t you died from the shame then?

Comment by Laurelin

Don’t know which one is the “real” Alex and which one is Dr. Jekyll, but judging from this latest round of comments, I don’t see that it matters.

I once saw a t-shirt that had a map of Japan and the words “two weren’t enough” printed underneath. Naturally, the wearer thought it was simply hi-larious (“in an ironic way, man!”), and anyone who disagreed Just Didn’t Get It.

“Cuttin Up Hookers” is another shining example of such rectal-cranial inversion.

Comment by Natalia Antonova

Oh, and the problem is we don’t get their g-g-g-eneration, according to two new handles over at Renegade’s whose links both go to someone calling himself “Stefan Kane.”

tbear said…

Oh get off this dude’s jock, people.

What it really boils down to here is free market demand and the post-Howard Stern shock pop culture amongst us today. Which is why anyone over 25 won’t get our humor. There’s a huge generation and cultural gap here.

We were raised on Stern, Springer, Britney Spears and internet porn. We need higher stimulus and to have our boundaries pushed farther.

You guys just don’t get us. You’re out of touch. We get the joke. You obviously don’t. But it’s not meant for you, it’s for us. Look, I’m sure they whined about rap music when you were growing up too. And rock music before that. And this is no different.

link goes here:

http://www.myspace.com/punchmorebabies

note that this also goes to Orlando, where Alex is based, the guy’s 22, Alex refers to all his merchandising as being “in house,” and this dude wishes us to “get off [Alex’s] jock.” even though apparently Alex is now (jokingly? half-assedly? more oh so ironic humor we just don’t get?) trying to dissociate himself from that particular clever T-shirt line.

but I mean yeah, I don’t imagine BusinessWeek or the Christian school or whoever else would be too terribly amused by either that T-shirt or the sort of hateful drivel “Alex” was spewing, next time there’s an interview or keynote address opportunity, I mean.

it is good that Alex feels confident enough in his moneymaking ability that he doesn’t need investors, I must say.

http://images.businessweek.com/ss/07/10/1022_25and_under/source/26.htm

>>Today, 20-employee AKT Enterprises consists of 15 businesses that revolve around the music industry and include merchandising, Web development, and online ticketing services. Most of AKT’s clients are hardcore bands and record labels. Tchekmeian says the business had $1.3 million revenues in 2006 and estimates it will earn just over $3 million in 2007, with the bulk of the income coming from merchandising, all of which is produced in-house, because he doesn’t “trust the quality of anyone else out there.” As the business has grown, he says he’s received a number of offers from potential investors but has turned them down because now he doesn’t need the money.>>

ah, youth.

Comment by belledame222

oops, sorry, didn’t mean to hyperlink, I keep thinking WP is like blogger that way.

Comment by belledame222

Punchmorebabies??

As a youngster myself, someone who would probably be deemed, by default of age, this brand’s target market I am *wholly* out of touch.

“We were raised on Stern, Springer, Britney Spears and internet porn. We need higher stimulus and to have our boundaries pushed farther.”

Cocoa puffs and prozac baby.
This kid does not and should never speak for the generation I belong to. I watched Springer after getting home from *middle school* everyday–ran off the bus and went straight to the couch for it–I loved it.
But that is no excuse. There is junk in every generation. The point is to recognize it and progress. Not become a by-product.

Comment by pisaquaririse

Yeah. My high school yearbook, over a decade old, is crammed full of smug fuckheads exactly but -exactly- like this.

“p.s. I’M ONLEEE JOKIN 😉 :-0” does not “irony” make, putz.

Comment by belledame222

ah yes. Stefan Kane, AKT Insider.

htt p://aktenterprises.com/insider/stefan-kane/

Hey, Stefan, does it bother you at all that Alex is trying to hang you out to dry? Or is this all just part of the elaborate “humor” we all just don’t get? Money talks, isn’t that right? Just part of the game.

yeah, I -like- these smart young fellows, I truly do…

Comment by belledame222

“We need higher stimulus and to have our boundaries pushed farther.”

And THIS.
Fabulous. Cutting up hookers and punching babies–if you raise the next generation we are guaranteed extinction.

Comment by pisaquaririse

Every generation has a sub-class of people who makes jokes about torturing and killing another class of people. They always claim that no one else can understand and appreciate their new edgy jokes. Funny how the jokesters of every generation always targets the weakest segment of the population.
Not new. Not a joke. Same stupid asshattery from every generation of the same stupid creeps.

Comment by thebewilderness

There is junk in every generation. The point is to recognize it and progress. Not become a by-product.

Brilliant pisaquari.

Comment by stormy

irony schmirony blah blah de blah blah. Punching babies and cutting up prostitutes…I must say, how much more do you have to spit down on those made subordinate to you to feel more superior? The patriarchy works might hard to put women and girls and minority males and children in their place, eh? Maybe that’s because the patriarchy, and the sorry excuse for “humor” that accompanies it, is not essentially VALID or “funny.”
Of course, a shirt that says “Cuttin’ Up Hookers” is just sophisticated “irony” when worn by white males in the West but if this shirt was made and worn in West Africa everyone here would decry it as “barbaric” and glorifying FGM. It seems like anything blatantly offensive is trivialized as “irony” when white males use it :/
These stupid fuckwads don’t even know what irony is.
Argh, done with rant.

Comment by Lara




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