Thursday, July 28, 2016

familiar territory

...the Kayfabe!...
...breaking Kayfabe...

Hey, pipsqueak Chalupa!  Bark bark bark!

Tell us something, Jeff.

How do you discern "kayfabe" from "breaking kayfabe"?

Do you even know?

Or do you just throw those terms around to imply that you know, when you actually do not?

Yeah, figured as much.



...GORGEOUS song...
 Yeah, you're not a poof.

We artistes are not afraid of the feminine.

Maybe not, but you don't seem to have any connection to the masculine.

If the only way you can get a girlfriend, marry her, impregnate her, and raise a little girl with her is to give up all masculinity, can you really say you've grown as a human?  By negating your biological impulses in favor of what Frankfurt School theories tell you, what "leftists" argue, what people who'd like to see every man a cuckold if not fully gay would like you to become?

If your "partnership" (husband/wife) relationship involves you being the doormat/servant, a man without authority or efficacy, and you think that's being a good father to your child, do not be surprised when your child ends up as fucked up as you, Jeff.

No, your child being an artiste is not a sign of success.  You think you'd be proud if your child was Pink, or Miley Cyrus?  Infantile sexuality is progress in your world, Jeff?  Telling 8 year olds to twerk as if they are fucked-up 18 year old porn stars, that's progress?

That stuff is kayfabe, you moron.

Nice to know you define yourself negatively, and have done for 40 years now.

Well done.

-- Harold Caidagh, who knows that a wrist-flopping "but I'm married with a grown daughter" kayfabe can't hide a cuckold poof's real person.


Paul Behrer said...

Have you ever, and I mean this literally -- EVER -- heard a straight man use the word gorgeous?

Harold Caidagh said...

He's satirizing UNSF, Pablo.

Or at least that's what he tells himself.

Harold Caidagh said...

So Tim Kaine isn't pulling Chalupa back into the Hillary fold?

Someone better tell the DNC that their strategy is too little, too late!

Charles F. Oxtrot said...

Poor little lapdog yipper.

When you've been duped by your Political Heroes for 40 years, the best response is to pretend you know "kayfabe" from "breaking kayfabe." If you imply you know that difference, it obscures the way they've duped you for four decades.

Synonymous with citing "My Complicity," without ever talking about why or how you have been gulled into such complicity.

What a brittle ego.

How does someone say he reads & understands Gaddis, Gass or Elkin while being a total dupe for Donkeys? While imagining the Donkeys will deliver "the left" to politico-social Valhalla?

Never mind. By citing those authors, you don't have to understand anything about what their writing said between the lines.

You can be like the doofus "critics" and "book reviewers" Jack Green eviscerated in Fire the Bastards!

Critics are artistes! Critics have prestige! Critics are... POPULAR!

Paul Behrer said...


Gaddis, Gass & Elkin are coffee table display, social signaling, lit-hipster cache stuff.

You just say to your buddies, "yeah, my favorite authors" and your buddies say, "yeah mine too," and you reply "they totally see the kayfabe," and your buddies say, "yeah, totally" and that's as far as it goes.

Charles F. Oxtrot said...

So, what has little Chalupa done about Sidwell/Cox/TWH? Anything?

He's so well-connected. Shouldn't his Voice of the Reasonably Informed Artiste be very weighty in this subject area?

You can hear the judge now.

"Counsel, I'm reserving judgment. I need to hear from Jeff Popovich on this."

Paul Behrer said...

"Your Honor, we have arranged an exclusive interview with Mr Popovich. He will visit Your Honor's chambers as soon as he finishes his latest water color poem. But he's an artiste, so there's no telling when the poem will be done. It could be finished now, it could take months."

Charles F. Oxtrot said...

"In that case, Counsel, we'll have to let this matter hang fire for as long as it takes. The artiste is the most valuable member of the community, and the Court will yield to the creative power of the artiste."

Paul Behrer said...

"Your Honor, Mr Popovich is a reference librarian at Georgetown University. His schedule is very full. Between his work-a-day obligations to educating the nation's best and brightest, and his non-working artistic endeavors -- it could take a very long time."

Charles F. Oxtrot said...

"We'll wait as long as it takes. His reputation precedes him. This matter is adjourned indefinitely."

Harold Caidagh said...

Another day in the life of Walter Mitty.