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» Useless Information

ABBA was named after it's founding members; Alan, Brenda, Bill and Aunty Mary(Thanks, Vic and Bob).

Fish can breathe air, but because they're snobs, they'd rather die than do so.

Bram Stoker invented haggis.

Marilyn Manson once hugged a puppy live on stage.

Rope is made of rat pubes.

Blood is actually jam that has been chemically altered by the body.

Emily Bronte invented haggis.

Monkeys share 33% of their jeans with other monkeys. Not their new ones, just the ones that have got a bit of wear around the crotch.

100% of these facts are more factual than 90% of the 'facts' posted this week.
That is all.
(Mon 21st Mar 2005, 17:37, More)

» Weddings

Tsk, eh?
At family weddings my older relatives used to tell me I was next and they only stopped doing so when I turned on the tune in my van to make them think I was out of ice cream.
(Tue 19th Jul 2005, 23:15, More)

» Teenage Crushes - Part Two

Violet Berlin
Geeky, techie, told me all about the latest games, with a boosted attractiveness-by-comparison thanks to standing beside Andy Crane.
Pretty much cemented my desire towards girls who could install something on a computer without crying.
(Sat 7th Nov 2009, 9:07, More)

» Conspiracy Theories

Guy called Leo told me all this.
It's all in the numbers. For a hundred years, there's been a conspiracy of plutocrats against ordinary people. Number one: In 1945 corporations paid 50 percent of federal taxes. Now they pay about 5 percent. Number two: In 1900 90 percent of Americans were self employed; now it's about two percent. It's called consolidation. Strengthen governments and corporations, weaken individuals. With taxes, this can be done imperceptibly over time.
The entire executive branch is hand-picked. Nineteen of the last twenty-three U.S. presidents have been members of the Trilateral Commission. The Trilateral Commission is financed by the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds.
That's a think-tank. Anyone can become a member, but not everyone does. That's why they call it the "secret government."

You can't fight ideas with bullets.
Do you ever ask what it's for? The surveillance, the police, the shoot on-sight laws? Is that freedom? UNATCO teaches teenagers to fight when it still seems like a game.

Ever wonder why big car companies pay two percent tax while the guys on the assembly line pay forty?
Corporations are so big you don't even know who you're working for. That's terror. Terror built into the system.

(Yeah, I was bored)
(Fri 2nd Dec 2011, 20:52, More)

» Irrational Hatred

This just begs the question...
No! No it doesn't beg the question! It raises a question!
A brilliant example I've found is:
"I think he is unattractive because he is ugly."
That begs the question.

"We know God exists because we can see the perfect order of His Creation, an order which demonstrates supernatural intelligence in its design."
That begs the question.

"There are lots of stupid people, which begs the question; 'Are schools effective?'."
Doesn't beg the fucking question. ARGH ARGH ARGH!

And breathe.
(Thu 31st Mar 2011, 17:14, More)
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