Friday, January 10, 2020

Everything I Dislike by The Crack Emcee

released a song over at CDBaby and it's kind of catchy. Check it out the lyrics:


Everything I dislike about my ex-wife gets fixed by Donald Trump 
Everything I don’t need about the elite gets nixed for faking funk 
Everything I despise about all these lies Is now getting debunked 
Everything I disagree about we gonna see about then we making punks 

People nowadays want to be mad, Man 
If you in the paper chase, you oughta be glad, Man 
It’s a real rat race and can be sad, Man 
but your ass got a taste and you were part of the plan 
You can move to the front or the back of the line 
You can choose to invest or you can choose to decline 
You can choose to get smarter or lose your mind 
You can try to see clear or you can try to go blind 
Whatever you do is now up to you 
They done legalized weed - you can think it through 
You can make a big plan and get complex 
Get on the internet and do a double-check 
You can hire somebody to make you an app 
“Marketing Department” and all that crap 
Set yourself free, Man, don’t hold back 
I’m The Crack Emcee and I’m living phat cuz 


I ain’t no big fan of Oprah, Man 
Don’t spend a lot of time on the sofa, Man 
She don’t look like Steadman ever poked her, Man 
Every good rapper always want to choke her, Man 
She’s a leader in this movement they call NewAge 
where white women go around burning sage 
Indians hate them but they won’t stop 
You see them in Whole Foods buying rocks 
medicine with no ingredients 
ethnic foods without ethnic seasoning 
“Namaste” is their weird-ass greeting 
Little creepy girls over from Sweden 
Marianne Williamson ran for leader 
Five minutes in and we knew we need her 
to keep on talking for entertainment 
I called my [divorce] lawyer and said I’m claimant cuz 


Saturday, December 21, 2019

The Ol' In/Out Never Goes Out Of Style

Since I’m on punishment at Facebook (again - Thanks, Dad) I’m putting some links, here, so readers can still “get the picture” without the artist being around.

The New Republic’s got an article called “A Decade Of Liberal Delusion And Failure” that doesn’t try to wrestle with that headline, as it limits itself to the left’s political maneuverings, and not the crazy people behind them. The prison sentence, just handed down to Brazils “John of God” for multiple rapes, after he was “once promoted by Oprah, and carried out treatments on Bill Clinton” is a fine year-ending example of how we discover “the gang’s all here!” - exactly where they shouldn’t be - and also shows how difficult it is to take, and escape their influence. I mean, this is a story about Brazil, for goodness’ sake.

It doesn't matter. Just as we’ve seen, and heard, around a Harvey Weinstein, or a Jeffery Epstein, an Anthony Weiner, or Ed Buck, The Democrat Party is made up of some dark characters doing very dark things - indefensible things - while posing as trying to help. It makes me wonder what their supporters even think they’re fighting for, when the reality’s right there, for anyone to see:

They're a sex cult.

Monday, November 25, 2019

When "Irony" Means You're Dead

The inventor of the Nerf football was a kicker for the Vikings who became a chiropractor.

He was being treated for a sore leg - which is precisely what NERF footballs were invented to prevent.

No Reasoning: Crack Is Back

You read it. She said it. Give credit. Let's go:

Facebook canceled me - temporarily, I think - but I'm making it permanent. The whole idea of an unseen cult member, thinking I'm beyond the pale, is enough for me to say that's *maybe* not the best platform. YMMV.

I mostly used Facebook to comment on current events, and I can do that here, so who needs it? All I have to wonder, now, is if anybody else, beyond friends, can handle me - and in long form?

Like, I said "cult member" (in this case) because "Facebook" seems to be home to virtue-signaling wannabe fascists (both behind the scenes and a lot of the users). Sorry, but there it is, in my own words. Is that too much? For Facebook, definitely. But not for The Macho Response. That's plain English.

Started back around 2005 (not 2007 as the archives indicate) this blog has covered a lot of topics that have found resonance in the era we're living through now, cultism being the most obvious. There's even a tag for it. So I say cultists. There's no reasoning with cultists, as evidenced by how Facebook cancels users - without explanation.

As I said, I've been hip to their game, for a long time. I've actually been intimate with every major progressive cult idea long before they became part of the larger culture - #MeToo's cries of "Believe Me!" or the Democrat Party's love for bogus "spiritual" mediums like Marianne Williamson - so my fun, today, is mostly in getting to watch the rest of you endure it, in my experience's wake.

Needless today, "STOP" is still not in the left's vocabulary, as it is the right's (It was William F. Buckley, Jr. who famously said a conservative stands athwart history yelling 'stop') so they will continue on - fired up and ready to go! - towards the political cliff that's inevitably waiting for them, blinded by their own narcissism.

It's fitting, and less regretable by the day, as everything - today - seems to be. And that's all I'm going to say about that.

Friday, June 14, 2019

Self Reality Check

Intelligent Black American is a hopeless title to hold. If you don't think like Thomas Sowell, conservatives won't give you the time of day. And, if you don't want to be Malcolm X, liberals won't either. This reduces you to a target for the pleasure of both camps. And they're both illegitimate for it.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

The Weirdness Known As The Macho Response Is Moving (Off The Beaten Track)

The Macho Response is now blogging for our chronicle of NewAge cultism, The Coal Train, and so - after 3 million visits here - all further updates will be there. 

Thank you,

The Crack Emcee

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Blinded By The Light

Instead of saying "If You Watched This Elizabeth Holmes TED Talk From 2014, It Was Clear She Was a Fraud From Day One." they could have said "This was before Trump, and anyone - with common sense - could see it from a mile away":
"She used plenty of interesting factoids. She said words like engagement, knowledge, and access. She shifted to a personal story. She lulled us, she calmed us. She talked about things we care about. That are quite serious.

And yet, we were not really listening.

She never really said anything about the science.

Or the tests.

Or the clinics.

Or anything concrete.

She mentioned a few notes here and there about blood tests and fingers. The word nanotainer should have been like a neon sign to all of us, a blinking light at an adult book store eliciting scrutiny and skepticism. Really? Nanotainer? You might as well use the phrase Theranos wellness center. (Wait, she did use that phrase.) 
Words matter. 
But not back then.

Whenever the public's ready to blame itself, I'm ready for their apologies. Promise.

Jordan Peterson vs Peter Jordanson


Seeing karma in action leaves the U.S. cold. It leaves China that way, too.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Is Beyonce A Witch?

Normally, I wouldn't even trip on this article, but I am because, right before I saw it, I had just been turned on to this interview with Fat Joe (below) who had some pretty creepy things to say about the Queen Bey's posse, which ain't like him to do, so....I don't know. That "illuminati" chatter has always followed Jay-Z around, but, maybe, it was Bey who bought into it. Go to 16:20 and see what you think:

 I know it's not much, but it's enough to make me wonder.