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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Tiger Woods Fnord

On "A Beautiful Mind Fnord", George Donnelly asked for specific examples of hidden messages on TV and in newspapers. One specific example is that I notice parasitic body language in politicians when they talk. I'll be more specific next time I see it. The only "news" shows I watch are "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report". I saw Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter on "The Daily Show", and found their parasitic body language very offensive.

Another fnord is the Tiger Woods infidelity incident. The story completely disappeared recently. It was replaced by the person who tried to blow up a Detroit-bound airplane. That's another evil fnord, but not the point of this post.

Tiger Woods' infidelity is a hidden advertisement for "Monogamy is desirable!" Why doesn't Tiger Woods say "I'm Tiger Woods! Of course I'm going to have as many partners as I can!"?

I saw a picture of Tiger Woods' wife. She seemed to have the parasitic personality type, but it's hard to tell from just a picture. Tiger Woods' mistresses seemed to have the "abused productive" personality type. That's another offensive part of the scam. He switched from playing one role to the other role. With Tiger Woods and a supermodel, Tiger Woods can play the "abused productive" role. With Tiger Woods and some waitress, Tiger Woods can play the parasitic role.

Another fnord is "HAHAHA!!! Tiger Woods is famous and wealthy, but he screwed up!" Tiger Woods is not a real State insider. He earned his money via his golf skills and shilling for the State. He doesn't have the ability to directly loot and pillage and pass that ability on to his children.

If Tiger Woods went around saying "Taxation is theft! Government is a scam!", then all his endorsers would certainly drop him. Infidelity is a violation of State rules, but it's a forgivable transgression. He's hired some marketing/propaganda wizards to prepare his comeback.

Tiger Woods is taking a "vacation" from golf. That's irrelevant, because it's the off-season for golf now anyway. He'll probably declare his return a week or two before the Masters. The national attention is focused elsewhere now. He'll announce his comeback in a month or two with great fanfare.

Chris Rock had a good joke on this. "Shaq is rich but not *WEALTHY*. The guy who writes Shaq's paycheck is *WEALTHY*." Even though Tiger Woods made a lot of money, for every $1 he earned, State parasites earned several dollars. Unlike the banksters, Tiger Woods legitimately earned his money by being a good golfer/entertainer. If people will pay a couple dollars each to watch Tiger Woods play golf, then he legitimately can earn a huge salary.

Stories like that of Tiger Woods have a lot of interesting fnords. Whenever you see a story hyped beyond what seems reasonable, you should naturally ask "How does this story glorify the State?" The story of the guy who tried to blow up the Detroit-bound airplane has a lot of other evil fnords, but that's the subject of another post.


George Donnelly said...

Hehe, nice, thanks.

CorkyAgain said...

And if there doesn't seem to be an answer to the question "How does this glorify the state?" you should move on to the next question, namely "What else is going on that the state doesn't want us to see?"

Personally, I think most celebrity "news" is a distraction of the kind suggested by the second question, and therefore I pay no attention to it. Tiger who?

Anonymous said...

I think it's hilarious that Gatorade has a penis shaped bottle of "vital fluids" for "life energy" with the slogan "Is it in you?" and had Tiger Woods endorsing it... LMAO!

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