Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday

Posted in Good Music Friday, Uncategorized by Huckleberry on February 12, 2016

We sure killed the everloving fuck out of that week, huh?
That motherfucker never saw it coming.
Stupid fucking week.
That’ll show it.
Another 90 degree day here and I feel like I could take on and kill every miserable piece of shit in Cobra Kai, then rip 10 phonebooks in half with my bare hands, then have the women of my enemies make me a sandwich and draft me a cold beer for a satisfying repast before I once again head out to conquer some shit.
TOO LONG DIDN’T READ: feelin’ fine.
Not much on the radar other than the political landscape, and I’m not going to talk about any more of that for a while, God willing. The growing pains of a new paradigm are seldom pleasant, and the current state of affairs chugs along according to Hoyle on that score. There is no “saving” or “restoring” or “redeeming” what is already lost. I am now more convinced than ever before that a corrupted system cannot be redeemed through its own processes, a hollow civilization cannot be restored with a fresh coat of paint, a bankrupt culture cannot be saved through further devaluation. Not only is it impossible to save the ruins-in-the-making that surround us, all efforts to do so drain valuable energy away from more worthwhile endeavors while actually making the eventual work of building the next social order that much more difficult. A quick and complete collapse is imminently more preferable in the long run than a drawn-out South American style neo-dark-age. Time preferences are the fuel of the social order, and those principles are entirely scalable. They work for the individual as well as they do for the civilization. Shorting the future to make the present slightly more tolerable is exactly why we’re in this mess already, for the family of four and for a nation of millions.
You won’t.
You can’t.
Because you’re doing it wrong.
Now I’m off to drink some, fix the frame on a car-hauler trailer, then drink some more.
Have a great weekend and get ‘em the Hell in.


The most punk rock song every recorded.
A Life Of Our Own
Live Slayer
The Undead
Post-Mortem/Forefront Records | 1992


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