The Brutality of Reason Example

By Ironcross One-One

Slicing and dicing things into pieces small enough
to be fed to Liberals, Kooks and Anti-Americans.
When feeding Kooks and Anti-Americans
I suggest a potato gun.

If you are the emotional liberal type, this mindspace will make you uncomfortable. If you think my logic or facts are faulty, lets discuss it. When your findings disagree with my findings, that is dialogue. But using rhetoric to disagree with science is demogoguery. No demogoguery! I usually refrain from insults, but occasionally, ignorance and liberal hypocrisy bring out the worst in me.

Location: Edge of Nowhere, Washington, United States

Military Jumper, Diver, Motorcycle Rider, Air Traffic Control and Demolitions Man. I build furniture and cabinets and can frame, roof, wire, plumb and finish a house. Can weld steel, drive heavy equipment, build pole barns and mortared rock walls. Have written one bad novel and one brilliant thesis. And I play the guitar.

Thursday, October 20, 2005


I remember the first time I had a burger at a Wendy's joint. It was big and juicy and the corners of the trademark square beef patty hung out way past the edges of the bun.

That was over 25 years ago. That Wendy's is still open or at least it was earlier this year.

I had a Wendy's burger tonight. It was a thin, dried out ghost of past glory. Except for the square beef patty playing peek-a-boo at the edge of the bun, I might have been at MickeyD's. Where's the Beef? I thought to myself.

And Fa-whip...Fa-Whip...Fa-whip? That's Dave Thomas (Founder of Wendy's) spinning in his grave.


Blogger Brandon said...

Is it safe to say you can blame it on the corporations for eating up the small and utterly more delicious small burger joints of the world?

1:51 PM  
Blogger ironcross11 said...

No, one would have to blame it on the consumer. Corporations do not determine the product. They serve what the market demands. If no one went to Wendy's to order the current product, they would change the product to meet demand.

11:37 PM  

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