You should be ashamed for being here, you haters!

I was just climbing a ladder to do something scary (see next post) when I got a text from Big Brother…

We had breakfast at a [breakfast place] this morning but couldn’t access your blog on their WiFi. I guess TUAK is considered too subversive? You should be proud!

He included a screenshot…

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TUAK is blocked for hate/discrimination. Yup, we’re in that world now.

I don’t know toward whom I have expressed hate*, or against whom I have discriminated**, but it doesn’t have to be overt. I can guess what the problem is here…

Good morning. My name is Joel, and I’m an old white guy. I admit that I am powerless over my inherent racism and privilege, and that my life has become unmanageable. I seek a power greater than myself, like maybe BLM or Antifa or the Workers World Party, to restore me to sanity. I have made a decision to turn my will and life over to the care of that power, and have made a searching and fearless moral inventory of myself and my despicable racism and privilege. Et Cetera.

It’s a process. See you in the gulag, or if we’re lucky just at our next struggle session.



*Okay, maybe the ATF…

**In hindsight I suppose this was unnecessarily snarky. But not because she’s black

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8 Responses to You should be ashamed for being here, you haters!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Unusual adaptation of the 12 steps. ROFL

  2. Malatrope says:

    This is getting beyond ridiculous and well into the hot anger category.

    For all you people who don’t get that, this is what a communist dictatorship looks like from the inside. It ain’t pretty, it ain’t free, and it ain’t acceptable.

  3. Beans says:

    Simple. They’re flagging and fragging everyone who didn’t immediately buy into the whole Raaaaaacist bs garbage crap stuff. And anyone who didn’t immediately buy into the wildly conflicting announcements during the Covidiocracy (Masks, No masks, MASKS, NO MASKS, etc.)

    Anyone who is showing a lick of common sense or even considering not bending and bowing to their leftist masters is being attacked, including one wily hermit-like desert dweller.

  4. matismf says:

    You might soon have to rethink the “ultimate answer to kings.”

  5. bill says:

    T Mobile was reported to have nationwide unknown issues as of late. Could that have anything to do with it?

  6. Based on the notice you displayed – the block was from some outfit called opendns.com.

    I don’t know a thing about them other than a quick skim of search engine results – but I do know that DNS service is a ‘backbone of the interwebs’ kind of thing.

    DNS service is what translates the alphabetical/numerical dot.com part of the web address we use/see to the numerical addresses of the domain’s nameservers – the computers that send us the free ice cream we ask for.

    This is a critical thing in terms of integrity and availability of specific requested information. (like http vs https) It’s a well-worn topic in some internet circles – and there are DNS servers who specifically advertise they won’t censor or block. It used to be with earlier operating systems that one could easily set the ID of the DNS server one chose – though most people just inputted what their ISP told them whenever the connex was set-up. Nowdays most ISPs do the DNS lookups automatically as part of your network connection and it’s harder to have a say in the matter.

    That’s the longer way of saying that it’s kinda’ funny knowing all of this about the open DNS movement and seeing you blocked by a company calling itself opendns.

    I can’t say I’m surprised though. It’s probably quite a vicarious thrill for a snowflake to be saved from Hate and Discrimination (TM).

  7. LibertyNews says:

    OpenDNS provides a variety of filtering services, I checked the free public ‘no adult content’ servers and TUAK shows up just fine, so this breakfast place is either subscribing to a very restrictive set or has specifically blocked you 🙂

    Any place that wants to enforce that much control over their patrons doesn’t deserve money.

  8. Norman says:

    “Any place that wants to enforce that much control over their patrons doesn’t deserve money.”

    I concur. No fuss needed, just smile, turn around and direct your feet to take your dollars elsewhere.

    And, to that end, I wonder if there’s a single, or even a few, blogs or web site(s) that could be successfully used as a quickie litmus test; while waiting in line, or immediately after being seated, a quick phone-check of, say, TUAK, or whatever is universal and works, would instantly determine if the establishment is deserving of one’s money and time or has joined the Wokeness Brigade. .

To the stake with the heretic!