posted on Oct, 6 2017 @ 06:26 AM
AM: What rules does this radical live by?
AD: ¡Viva la Revolución! That's Mexican for 'Merica!
A few in no particular order:
- Think twice, speak once.
- Admit your mistakes and move on.
- Don't eat food at a potluck, particularly one at work.
- If you drive a truck and you have friends, people are probably going to ask you to help them move.
- Never assume you're irreplaceable, take deliberate measures to assure that you are.
- A margarita made with sour mix is not a margarita, it's a disgusting, heartburn-inducing abomination made by assholes for assholes.
- If you don't have anything nice to say, you could probably make a living on conservative talk radio.
That's all you get for free. If you want more of my pearls of wisdom, you'll have to purchase a copy of my forthcoming book, The Dome Wasn't Built
in a Day.
AM: Alright, time for your Softballs. Marry/fornicate/kill: Coulter, Kellyanne, Palin?
AD: Marry Kellyanne because she's a soulless wretch who will make up anything in defense of her man.
Hate**** Coulter because that might stop her from talking for a few minutes. And there's just something about her smugness that elicits a visceral
reaction from own smugness.
And ki—heywaitaminutehere. Was this all an elaborate ploy to get me a visit from the SS? No thanks! I don't need them discovering all the printing
presses I have churning out $100 bills to fund the revolution.
AM: Give me your favorite film?
AD: Oh, so now you're trying to get the answers to my password recovery questions? You sir, are a diabolical such-n-such, even as Masons go. I hate
these sorts of questions and frankly, I'm considering hating you for asking them. Who can narrow down their favorites to just one? Absurd!
Red Dawn because eff Russian invasions. Wolverines! Actually, it could be Goonies but maybe not. Probably something from the 80's though.
AM: Favorite TV show besides the entire programming slate at MSNBC?
AD: Expedition Unknown because Josh Gates is living the life. Big fan of Archer (is it weird that I have a ritual of drinking cocktails
while watching a cartoon?), Game of Thrones and most recently, I binge watched Rick and Morty to get caught up.
AM: Favorite non-Saul Alinsky tome?
AD: Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson.
AM: Favorite band or musician?
AD: I can't name just one. It's impossible. Thievery Corporation, NIN, RATM, Portishead, lately RTJ. If you asked me tomorrow, you'd probably get a
AM: Favorite meal besides wheat grass?
AD: Bone-in as-rare-as-they'll-serve-it ribeye, asparagus with béarnaise (or hollandaise), button mushrooms, garlic mashed potatoes. 3 margaritas.
Crème brûlée (no fruit).
AM: Tell us about your avatar, is it some sort of virtue signal or testosterone-removing device?
AD: My avatar for the last few years has been The Isolator, a helmet designed in 1925 by Hugo Gernsback, a Luxembourgish American inventor, radio
pioneer, writer and renowned editor/publisher of science & technology and science fiction magazines.
Among the magazines he founded was the legendary Amazing Stories — the first magazine dedicated entirely to science fiction — a magazine that
published the first stories of a number of important sci-fi writers including Asimov and Le Guin.
His instrumental role in popularizing sci-fi has led him to be commonly identified as one of the fathers of science fiction. The Hugo Awards are named
The purpose of the Isolator was to isolate the wearer from distractions by blocking out noises and narrowing his field of view, thereby facilitating
concentration. The tank would have been used to pump in oxygen.
The Isolator debuted in the July, 1925 issue of Gernsback's magazine, Science and Invention.
When I first saw images of it, it immediately struck a chord with me. For one, I was a weird kid who made "inventions" of my own — often by
disassembling my toys and reconfiguring them in less practical ways.
One of those "inventions" was my own stimuli suppressing mask, inspired by reading about sensory deprivation tanks when I was maybe 12. It was
constructed of a pair of totally rad shades, cardboard, a pair of headphones and gobs of duct and electrical tape.
I actually wore it while listening to the 1978 BBC Radio broadcast of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy on cassette.
It's amazing I survived childhood. I'm pretty sure prior to enlarging the nose holes after the first couple episodes, I was in moderate danger of
Secondly, something about it reminded me of Charles Fort, at work at his desk, making his notes of strange phenomena on some 60,000 slips of paper.
I think it also conveys a certain nostalgia for a time when the the most amazing things seemed right around the corner. And also, as it entirely
obscures the wearer's face, it renders him anonymous, another parallel to posting on ATS in addition to my fondness for sharing Forteana.
AM: Finally (thank God), Trump summons you to the White House for a Beer Summit, which ATS member do you take and why?
AD: Trick question! Donald Trump is a teetotaler. He also eats his steak well done. How did this un-American beta get elected again?
But if he was to have a Beer Summit, I would look for a member with really specific qualities — an attractive woman with mono — because you know
how he "just can't help himself."
If I couldn't find somebody who fit the bill, I'd bring you so that you could write about my exploits as assuming that after a few drinks, I'd
probably say something offensive enough that I'd end up in Gitmo. But it would also be hilarious and people should read about it.
Ante resides in the desolate wasteland of Wawas and pizzerias that is South Jersey, home to the Jersey Devil, a number of Superfund sites and zero
statues of the second place finishers of major military conflicts. Though he assures us that if there were any such statues, he'd be leading the
charge to topple them. (because he wants to destroy history)
On rare events, possibly coinciding with events in an arcane calendar used by communists, anarchists and other Soros shills, he's still known to whip
up a batch of homemade margaritas and post something interesting that isn't fake news about Donald Trump.
Well, that wraps up this month’s segment, don’t you all feel like running out to a football game and kneeling during the anthem? No? How about
punching a statue of Stonewall Jackson in the face? Either way, this interview should show you that deep down we’re all true, proud Americans,
except if were not, like this guy.
Ante, thanks for joining us today, I appreciate you exposing your inner most self, which we found is like a tiny version of Che Guevara mating with
Pol Pot. Your parting gifts today are signed copy of The Art of the Deal
and a Colt Python so you can blast a few holes in it and see what it
feels like to be a masculine, non-cuck, anti-snowflake American.
This also wraps up our first year of Softball
and I wanted to thank my patron Moderator who was critical in setting this thread up,
DontTreadOnMe. Thank you for your help in getting this off the ground and for helping to keep it current every month, your assistance was crucial in
making this happen. So, it’s kinda your fault when it inevitably goes south. Until next time.
edit on Sat Oct 7 2017 by DontTreadOnMe because: edit per OP request