One more thing that irritated me about this piece of shit.

“I said it and I meant it. Ratio away.”

Translation: “I don’t fear any real consequences of my bigoted asshole opinion. You peons can say what you want to me online but it won’t really affect me because I’m prevaleged and protected.”

Mike Tyson was right when he said: “Social media made you all way too comfortable with disrespecting people and not getting punched in the face for it.”

Under my Dictatorship, I will create a Special Forces team of super heavy weight boxers to punch the fuck out of people who are too much of a dick bag online.

In the words of Alfie Solomons: “He’ll wake up. Granted he won’t have any teeth left but he will be a wiser man for it.”

Call it Operation Mike Tyson.

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By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “Another President J.Kb policy”
  1. My son was asking why people are so mean on social networks yesterday. And it is exactly what J.Kb is saying, there are no consequences to being an ass to somebody on the net.

    We talked about how saying something mean didn’t affect him, when he says it on the nets. He doesn’t see the person, they aren’t real. He doesn’t see how his words affect them. How they hurt when they read/hear the words.

    We’ve lost contact with the person on the other side of the screen. They aren’t “real”.

    Until we learn to connect with people as real through the nets, this will continue.

  2. I’m a firm believer on Karma. Sooner or later we all get what’s coming to us, good or bad.

    This idjit keyboard commando will very likely mouth off someday to the wrong person in meatspace, under the stupid assumption he’s come to believe that he’s such a badass in cyberspace so that translates to RL. I wish I was a fly in the wall to see that go down. 😉

  3. This is another example of the pendulum, perhaps. What we have is the opposite of the perception of the Old West, wherein looking at someone crosseyed could get you shot.

    Now, you can say anything (so long as it isn’t against leftist ideals as practiced, anyway) to a billion people at a time, with zero consequences.

    One thing to do, might be to mandate using real names only in social media, and address verification that can be looked up. (If my small town bank can do online realtime KYC verification, so can Twitter.) Perhaps with a “cooling down” period on address release.

  4. He’s probably a “civil servant” so yes, for him there are no consequences.
    But what social media people are increasingly discovering is that they aren’t immune to bad consequences. Consider the self-described “actress” who bad-mouthed the NYPD for having so many cops at the funeral of one of their own that Manhattan streets were blocked for a while. She’s now a former actress. (I think her Instagram name is “Vinylboobs” — it showed up only the first time I saw the clip played. Certainly seems appropriate.)

  5. I’m gonna go against the grain here and say no.

    Because sooner or later, you’re going to send your Mike Tyson boys against someone whose response comes in 10mm or 12 gauge. And then you have a bigger problem.

    Sorry, JkB. I think the guy’s a retard as well, but that pesky First Amendment isn’t JUST for us.

    1. I understand your position.

      I would counter that at leat 99.99% of the people who mouth off on social media and deserve to get punched in the face are not gun owners and are anti gun.

      These are internet tough guys and that is the problem. Internet tough guys are not tough guys IRL. That’s why why mouth off online, it makes up for their IRL dicklessness.

    2. Toast, you’ve got a point. So the Constitutional answer is not the Tyson solution but the Trump one: “You’re FIIIIIIIRED!”

      For this case, that most likely requires first electing school board or similar politicians with functioning brains and ethics.

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