Thursday, December 31, 2015


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

Other human beings will always be a disappointment; the closer they are to you, the greater will be their disloyalty.

The stronger you love another person, the more certain that you will end-up betrayed by your beloved. Devotion to another human being will always turn into an act of deception against you.

The harm done to you by a lover’s treachery is greater than any pleasure from transitory affection. You will barely remember any caresses and copulations – but you will recall your partner’s infidelity forever. You may forget your spouse’s face – but you will recollect the unfaithfulness on your deathbed.

Even on the rare occasion when friends might not deliberately try to hurt you, their inevitable ineptitude will do you even greater harm. The human proclivity for incompetence is even greater than their propensity to injure. Being around strangers will leave you vulnerable to their stupidity.

Trusting another human being is just setting yourself up to be tricked. The kinder you are to other people, the more that they will take advantage of you. Being around people just isn’t worth the risk.

Tuesday, December 22, 2015


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

You were warned, weren’t you? You were told something like this would happen. You knew the risk. You just didn’t listen. You thought you knew better.

Just because you have the latest electronic gadget didn’t mean shit, did it? Just because everyone said you were a “nice person” didn’t make any difference. Just because you’ve had a “good job” didn’t delay a damn thing. Being all progressive didn’t help you one bit.

Admit it – you thought you were too smart for this to happen, right? You thought you were so frigging clever. You thought nothing like that would ever happen to such a “free spirit”. You were so fucking happy about your life. Now you certainly got shown otherwise.

You just couldn’t believe it was finally happening to you, could you? What happened to you has happened throughout history – you just turned out to be less “special” than you were always told. Welcome to the real world, cocksucker.

Don’t you think you brought this upon yourself? What happened to you is your own damn fault. You deserve everything you got. Truth is – you needed something like that to happen to you.

If you didn’t take any precautions, then you really are to blame – aren’t you? If you didn’t pay attention, then everything that happened is your own fault – isn’t it? Only a fool would not have tried to prevent it. You just couldn’t be bothered.

You don’t expect me to feel sorry for what happened, do you? Don’t you think that everyone is happy that you finally got what was coming to you? Tough luck, asshole.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

Doctors get paid whether you live or die. As long as your insurance policy is current, a physician doesn’t care if the treatment kills you or merely prolongs your agony for a decade. However, once the medical industry has extracted all of your financial resources; you aren’t going to survive shit. You live only as long as you can afford to be alive.

Doctors treat patients like a damn nuisance. If it is more convenient for the health-care industry to have you pass away, then you aren’t going to survive the emergency room. A doctor is a busy guy, and his cell-phone deserves more attention than your disgusting ailment. A professional has people to see and places to go, so the physician has far better things to do than smear ointment on your revolting infection.

Doctors amuse themselves at your expense. If an M.D. could get a good laugh watching you parade around in a humiliating outfit, he’ll tell you that you must get undressed and put on a gown. There is a reason why hospital coverings always leave embarrassing parts of your anatomy exposed. All surgeons enjoy a good practical joke every now and then.

Doctors would not hesitate to infect you. If a physician could make an extra buck giving you some incurable disease in a spurious inoculation, he will give you that contaminated vaccine without hesitation. The health-care industry wants returning customers, not spontaneous cures. Once you starting taking official medical treatment, you will not be cured on a single office visit – instead, your treatment will continue for weeks. Never heal today what a patient can suffer until tomorrow.

Doctors subject you to unnecessary surgery. Every patient quickly realizes that the only explanation for all those unnecessary medical tests is to add to the doctor’s commission. If a physician can give you some unneeded drugs just to get on the good side of the pharmaceutical representatives, you will exit that office clutching a couple new prescriptions. If a surgeon could make some additional cash by selling your organs on the black market, you will wake up in the recovery room with some unexpected sutures on your abdomen. We have all heard stories about a chap who goes to a clinic in order to get a boil lanced and ends-up having a kidney removed – and we have seen the scars.   

Medical treatment is not designed to cure you, but to get you to muddle through. After all, if you were entirely free of disease, you wouldn’t have any need for any professional services whatsoever. If you want to get restored to health, then you are going to need a different strategy – you will have to take your own well-being into your own hands. You can seize control of your own health by playing one physician against another: tell an osteopath that your ailment is a bone issue, while you convince an internal medicine specialist that the same affliction is a problem with soft tissue. You are going to have to do your own analysis if you want to survive a visit to the doctor. You are going to have to manipulate the medical system as much as you would any other area of modern life.  

You only trust a physician at your own peril. A doctor is more of a threat to your own health than an untreated disease.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

If you aren’t happy about the way that things turned out in your own life, then you sure as hell don’t need to work at making things better for anyone else. If you don’t believe that your own lifespan progressed the way you really wanted, then you need to ensure that circumstances turn out just as dreadfully and defectively for everyone else. If you didn’t ever realize your own dreams, then you ought to make certain that no one else does either. If you are disappointed with your own existence, then others should be equally disheartened with their worthless span of years – and you ought to rub their noses in their own dissatisfaction. If you haven’t done shit with your life, then you better be sure that no one else does either. They deserve to be disabused – and then some.

Call it a do-unto-others-as-has-been-done-unto-you. A Golden Rule across the knuckles of all those who deserve it.