Why does Rockstar San Diego make my blood curdle? Anger? Fear? Stupidity? Some deep churlish urging of its soul? The answer cannot easily be found, but its revenge fantasies do not pass muster by any objective standards. To address this in a pedantic manner, in the rest of this letter, factual information will be prefaced as such and my own opinions will be clearly stated as opinions. For instance, it is a fact that there is something grievously wrong with those homicidal, treacherous rotters who erode constitutional principles that have shaped our society and remain at the core of our freedom and liberty. Shame on the lot of them!
Rockstar San Diego's secret police want to inject Rockstar San Diego's lethal poison into our children's minds and souls for one purpose and one purpose only: to incite young people to copulate early, often, and indiscriminately. Rockstar San Diego likes to compare its values to those that shaped this nation. The comparison, however, doesn't hold up beyond some uselessly broad, superficial similarities that are so vague and pointless, it's not even worth summarizing them. Rockstar San Diego makes free and liberal use of chicanery, deceit, intolerance, lust, persecution, and oppression. The facts are indisputable, the arguments are impeccable, and the consequences are undeniable. So why does Rockstar San Diego maintain that it is heinous to question its slurs? Perhaps the answer is best saved for another letter. Let me simply note that Rockstar San Diego keeps telling everyone within earshot that obtrusive blowhards are easily housebroken. I'm guessing that Rockstar San Diego read that on some Web site of dubious validity. More reliable sources generally indicate that no one likes being attacked by neo-twisted ignoramuses. Even worse, Rockstar San Diego exploits our fear of those attacks—which it claims will evolve as soon as our backs are turned into biological, chemical, or nuclear attacks—as a pretext to take control of a nation and suck it dry. If you think that's scary, then you should remember that my only wonder is, Why can't Rockstar San Diego value a diversity of approaches without needing to rank them as better and worse? The most appealing theory has to do with the way that if Rockstar San Diego thinks that it can ignore rules, laws, and protocol without repercussion, then it's sadly mistaken.
Certain facts are clear. For instance, the suggestion that the kids on the playground are happy to surrender to the school bully is wrong, absurd, and offensive. Nevertheless, Rockstar San Diego's zealots like to suggest such things to distract attention from the truth, which is that it seems clear that Rockstar San Diego's self-fulfilling prophecies are a relic of a frowzy past. But we ought to look at the matter in a broader framework before we draw final conclusions on the subject: We see that that which is built inextricably into the laws of the universe cannot be entirely mischievous. If you don't believe me, see for yourself. If we fail to subject Rockstar San Diego's harangues to the rigorous scrutiny they warrant then all of our sacrifices will be as forgotten as the sand blowing across Ozymandias's dead empire. The "decay of that colossal wreck," as the poet Shelley puts it, teaches us that Rockstar San Diego is frightened that we might arraign it at the tribunal of public opinion. That's why it's trying so hard to prevent whistleblowers from reporting that life isn't fair. We've all known this since the beginning of time, so why is it so compelled to complain about situations over which it has no control? To answer that question, note that history provides a number of instructive examples for us to study. For instance, it has long been the case that Rockstar San Diego seems to assume that it is a refined organization with the soundest ethics and morals you can imagine. This is an assumption of the worst kind because its goal is to paint people of different races and cultures as money-grubbing alien forces undermining the coherent national will. How loud is that? How self-deceiving? How dictatorial? As a parting thought, remember that Rockstar San Diego's speeches tend to be more phatic than illustrative.http://www.pakin.org/complaint/
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