The Dallas Cowboys: What To Do?

I’m going to throw in my own two cents about what the Dallas Cowboys should do this off-season.

I’ve been hearing from a lot of Dallas Cowboy fans because I live near a lot of Dallas Cowboy fans.

This is all part of God’s punishment.

I can be more objective because I grew up a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

I’m not easily snowed by Cowboys propaganda, nor am I depressed when the Cowboys lose.

Indeed, I am elated because the Cowboys deserve it. They deserve it because they and their fans are spoiled little babies who delusionally believe that the Cowboys are America’s team. They believe that it’s the duty of the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Giants, the Washington Commanders, and, yes, the San Francisco 49ers to lay down and die before them.

Currently almost every Cowboys fan is calling for Dak Prescott to be traded or fired. They also want to move on from Zeke Elliott.

They share the mentality of most sportscasters who fervently believe that someone has to go, that someone has to be fired.

It’s a given, right?

I don’t agree.

You can’t blame this loss or any loss on any one individual Cowboy.

The reason the Cowboys lost is because the San Francisco 49ers were and are a better team.

The truth hurts, but it’s true.

I’ll repeat it for the Cowboys fans. The San Francisco 49ers were and are a better team.

Once you the Cowboys fam understand that, then you are able to stop blaming any one particular individual.

You start focusing on the team.

Let me state a simple truth for you.

It is the team’s responsibility to overcome all obstacles, internal and external, that are presented to it in its quest score more points than the opposition. Any failure to do so is the responsibility of the team.

Burn it into your memory.

If the team loses, it’s because the team lost.

You can’t blame it on the referees.

You can’t blame it on the weather.

You can’t blame it on blue uniforms.

You can’t blame it on some arcane statistic from the past.

You can’t blame it on a bad bounce.

You can’t blame it on the quarterback.

You can’t blame it on the coach.

I repeat what I said before so that it will sink in.

It is the team’s responsibility to overcome all obstacles, internal and external, that are presented to it in its quest score more points than the opposition. Any failure to do so is the responsibility of the team.

It does no good to point fingers.

It does no good to cast blame.

Whatever the team is, its players are stuck with each other. It’s a marriage. Sometimes it’s a bad marriage, but it is a marriage.

Whatever the faults of the team are, those players are chained at the hip, and they’re going to have to figure it out together.

It’s not a matter of drafting a new quarterback.

It’s not a matter of getting a new coach.

The players that the Cowboys currently have are plenty good enough to win a Super Bowl.

The coach is plenty good enough to win a Super Bowl.

They’re just going to have to figure it out.

Now, your married life can be a dream if you choose to support each other, recognize each other’s weaknesses, and work together to overcome them.

Or, your marriage can be miserable if you choose to knock each other down, beat each other up, and tear each other apart.

It’s your choice.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Helping the Yankees

To begin with, I’m not traditionally a Yankees fan.

Since I grew up in Philadelphia, it is my moral duty to not like the Yankees.

It’s not like the Yankees did anything to me. My dislike is more of a territorial deal.

Plus, why should I root for a team that’s won that many championships?

Part of me is a socialist. I like to see a decent measure of equality of life.

Simply put the Yankees have won too many championships. That’s too many for one team.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hate the Yankees.

Not like I do the Mets.

Now, if the Mets were in a super slump, I wouldn’t be writing this article at all.

As a Phillies fan, I would happily let the Mets lose every single game until the season ends.

And I would be dancing in the streets.

But it’s not the Mets who are slumping; it’s the Yankees.

Complicating the issue is that the coach of the Yankees is Aaron Boone.

Aaron Boone, is the son of Bob Boone who used to play catcher for the Phillies.

So I feel an emotional connection to Aaron Boone.

His father won a championship for us; consequently, I feel the need to reach out and help this man in his time of need.

Clearly when you bang your hand on a table that hard, you are at your wits end.

Did he break that hand?

Baseball is a strange and frustrating game.

The streaks and slumps in baseball are unfathomable.

How is it possible for a team that could do no wrong in the first half of the season now do no right in the second half of the season?

What switch was turned off, and where is that switch?

It’s the same players, goddamnit.

What in hell’s name changed, and what can the Yankees do to fix it?

Clearly, the manager and his players are lost.

Here is my offering.

I can’t guarantee my advice will work, but I feel confident that it will put the Yankees in a better position to win.

In short, I think the players have to get over themselves.

It’s important that they realize that winning and losing a baseball game is pretty small in comparison to some of the other major problems that are going on around us in the world today.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to losing everything in your life to war.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to living in a tent as a refugee.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to having to line up at a food bank because you can’t afford the basic necessities in life.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to living on the streets as a homeless person.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to a child undergoing chemotherapy.

Losing a baseball game is nothing in comparison to what a parent goes through in taking care of a chronic child who lives on a ventilator.

If it’s possible for the Yankees to understand this and to remove themselves from the obsession of winning a baseball game, then it’s possible for them to relax and perform as they normally would.

The best way to get over yourself is to go out and help other people.

It might be a good idea for the Yankees to not attend practice for a week or so, to stop thinking about themselves and their game.

Focusing on others and their needs is the best way for the Yankees to get over themselves.

There’s no guarantee that doing such will lead to more victories, but there is a good chance that it will put them in a better position to function more normally.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Steroids in Sports

I hope someday someone will simply accept that what I say is so instead of defying me just to do it.

Have you met these people? Do you have a friend who is just like that? Do you know somebody who puts up a rebuttal before you’ve even finished your comment?

I don’t want to argue 2+2 = 4, and I don’t want to act in a contrived manner and put the manipulative Ben Franklin routine on people. I don’t want to say to people: I can see your point of view. Have you considered this option?

I’d rather just bluntly state what I perceive to be the truth, then walk away.

I don’t understand why people on television are listened to with a blank check, but I can say the most basic thing like 2+2 = 4 and get an immediate rebuttal.

What is it about television that transforms idiots into experts?

I suppose it’s the fact that they are on television, and that the people who are not on television are not on television.

TV viewers must therefore conclude: Well, he must be pretty special if he’s on television.

Not.

With that stated I’m going to give you my position on steroids in sports.

I think steroids should be legal, and I think we should stop testing.

Instead of testing for steroids, we should set limits on muscle density. We should come up with an objective measure for muscle density just as the bikers come up with hematocrit levels that are acceptable in biking.

Beyond a certain level, you can’t compete.

With these muscle density levels, we can equalize the playing field, and we can also solve the problem we have with transgendered women participating in women’s sports.

Below a certain muscle density level, you are allowed to compete in this group. Above that level you may compete in this other group. Does this make sense?

Transgendered women who are breaking records in women’s sports probably have the muscle density level of a man. Because they have that higher muscle density level, they have to compete with the men, not because they are men but because they have a higher muscle density level.

Does this make sense? We won’t separate competition groups according to gender anymore; we will classify them according to muscle density level.

It will just be a happy coincidence that traditional women will fit in the lower muscle density group while traditional man will fit in the higher muscle density group.

Any individual who exceeds the maximum muscle density level of that group may not compete in that group.

Of course there are other features of being male that confer mechanical advantage, but for now I want to talk about steroids.

Why shouldn’t steroids be legal?

Let’s take the case of Mickey Mantle.

Mickey Mantle was an individual who was blessed genetically with strength and speed.

He obviously had something in his genetics that enabled this. Probably he had an endogenous steroid level that was higher than your average bear. Or he may just have been born with a higher muscle density level.

Let’s assume for the sake of argument that Mickey is still alive.

Why shouldn’t another player who isn’t as genetically blessed be able to elevate his muscle fibers to the same strength as Mickey Mantle?

Follow me now before making judgment.

Mickey Mantle as you know had injuries. He had bad knees.

Why is it acceptable for Mickey Mantle to get knee surgery and fix his knees and bring them to the level of my knees, a person who is blessed genetically with good knees, but I am not permitted to elevate my muscle strength to Mickey Mantle‘s muscle strength?

Why is one particular group of cells in the body allowed to enhance itself but another group of cells is not?

Let’s suppose that Mickey Mantle has bad eyes.

Let us say that he needs eye surgery, or let us say that he needs to wear glasses in order to see the ball better?

Isn’t that cheating?

Why should Mickey Mantle’s eyes receive more privileges than the muscle cells in my body?

Okay let’s talk about pitchers who get UCL reconstruction. UCL construction is also known popularly as Tommy John surgery.

UCL stands for ulnar collateral ligament.

For some unknown reason, sportscasters on television are able to say ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction but completely unable to say UCL reconstruction.

I remember reading about Tommy John surgery when I was in medical school. It was right there next to Madonna surgery and the Cher Procedure.

This UCL surgery often makes pitchers better than they were before the surgery.

Isn’t this cheating?

Why is the elbow in a pitcher permitted to enjoy privileges that my muscle cells are not privileged to have?

If a pitcher can improve his elbow, why can I not improve my muscle cells?

Is it my fault that I was born with genetically weaker muscle cells?

If you’re going to deny me steroids to improve my muscle cells, maybe we should prevent pitchers from getting UCL reconstruction? Maybe we should prevent people with bad knees, people like Mickey Mantle, from receiving knee surgery.

Once we come to understand that my cells should enjoy the same rights as the cells in another individual, then we come to see that there’s nothing wrong with steroids in sports as long as it does not result in a muscle density that is above an accepted level.

There, I said it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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The Super Bowl Traitors

Am I just an old guy who can’t deal with young people’s music?

I’m sure that’s what many will think as I comment on the Super Bowl halftime show.

It’s true, I am an older guy.

Nevertheless I’m a firm believer that young people should have their own music.

Quite frankly I can’t even stand listening to the music of my generation on the radio anymore.

We had our day, and I’m happy we had it.

In spite of that, I think the Super Bowl halftime show was a disgrace, and I’m going to tell you why.

I don’t expect you to admit it in front of my face.

I understand that losing an argument is painful and shaming.

It’s okay if you want to save face and admit later that I’m right when nobody’s looking.

LOL.

Here’s why you should be opposed to the halftime show.

Let’s get one thing out-of-the-way first.

I don’t criticize the professionalism and skills of the participants.

Obviously, they are talented musicians and dancers who know their craft very well.

That’s not my beef.

My beef with these hip-hop and rap stars is that they make tens of millions of dollars per year on record deals and endorsements while just a few miles away from where they live (in Beverly Hills) their fans, the poor and destitute, sit in a quagmire of poverty and destruction.

Hip-hop and rap music feed into the gangster culture that is killing poor black people in the inner city.

The gangster culture feeds into the corporate prison racket.

It keeps people in the poor neighborhoods poor.

There is nothing uplifting about the music.

It is corporate music to keep the corporate culture going.

The goal is to keep selling tennis shoes, caps, expensive Nike clothing while encouraging followers to rage against the system.

During the show, Kendrick Lamar performed his song Alright which is apparently the unofficial anthem of Black Lives Matter.

The song sings of police brutality.

His dancers moved with him in blind machine-like monotony.

March together, black folk, the dancers convey. Rage against the system. Don’t be an individual. Just rage.

A co-performer, Eminem, in a separate riff, kneeled in apparent homage to Colin Kaepernick.

Snoop Dogg was there, dressed up in gangster wear.

I don’t give a damn what he sang. It’s the fact that he was there at all. He’s a symbol of the anti-police movement.

So is his buddy, Dr Dre, who sang the lyric: “Still not loving the police.”

All of this feeds into rage in the black community.

All of this feeds into the corporate prison racket and in turn the welfare plantation scam.

This has been going on for sometime now.

When I was a boy, black singers sang of love.

Barry White was the Godfather of Love.

Now, hip hoppers and rappers speak of guns, bitches, and you-know-whattas.

It’s killing the black community.

Which is exactly what the racists who own Corporate America want.

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J Blige are the kind of black people that Malcolm X was trying to warn black people about.

Of course, Malcolm was talking about politicians.

He probably couldn’t envision the day when music would be used against his own people.

But these rappers and hip hoppers are just as traitorous to the black community as were those Uncle Toms who sold out the black community years ago.

They work for Corporate America.

Last week Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the NFL for its racist hiring practices.

Where were Dr. Dre and his Super Bowl buddies living when Flores filed his lawsuit?

Were they living in Siberia?

If they are outraged about police brutality, shouldn’t they be outraged against racist hiring practices in the NFL?

If they are, then why are they performing at the NFL halftime show? Why didn’t they boycott the show?

They didn’t boycott the show because they work for Corporate America, and the NFL has become the chief propaganda arm of Corporate America.

These rappers and singers are the new Uncle Toms, and they do what Corporate America tells them to do.

And what Corporate America needs is for there to be plenty of black prisoners for the corporate prison system.

They need the black community in the inner city poor and destitute – and ridden with gangsters and drugs.

It’s even better for Corporate America if there are plenty of rioters to burn down the city – and black owned businesses which are a threat to Corporate America’s prison racket – when a George Floyd event occurs.

And that’s why the music exists.

Make no mistake about it. Music isn’t chosen by the masses. That’s an illusion. It’s forced upon the people from the top down through social influencers.

The music is intended to keep black people down.

And it does.

It keeps black folk marching together, like those dancers at the Super Bowl halftime show, united in rage against the system.

It’s a bad deal for black folk.

And that’s why you should denounce it.

For sure, I am in the minority.

I’m not blind.

I see a lot of young people out there who think it’s the most awesome thing they’ve ever seen.

I was there at the bar yesterday.

I could see them cheering along as Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg rapped their lyrics.

So what?

I’m older, I’m wiser, and I’m right.

Truth isn’t a popularity contest.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Brian Flores

Brian Flores is suing the NFL because they discriminate against black folk.

What took him so long?

The NFL is a totally bigoted league and has been for a long time.

It’s not hard to see.

First you need to open your eyes.

If you’re white Ben Roethlisberger and you whore it up in a bar, you get a pat on the wrist.

If you’re white Tom Brady and you deflate footballs, you get a pat on the wrist.

If you’re white Peyton Manning and you jack yourself up with human growth hormone and steroids while hiding behind your wife Ashley’s skirt, you get a pat on the wrist.

BUT, if you’re black Adrian Peterson and you discipline your child a little too harshly, you get a year suspension.

A year!

If you’re Pac-Man Jones and you’re in a bar when someone else shoots someone, you get a year suspension.

Remember, Pac-Man didn’t do the shooting.

It’s about time someone sued the NFL.

Brian Flores never should’ve been fired in the first place.

Who fires a coach after a second half of the season like he had?

No sane person.

White coaches who do what Brian Flores do are given extensions.

Thank you, Brian Flores, for stepping up and having the courage to put your career in jeopardy by doing the right thing.

I’m not sure that you will win.

I hope so, but you are going up against Corporate America.

It’s Corporate America that is your real enemy.

The NFL is just part of a bigger force anymore.

The NFL isn’t some select group of semi-autistic football aficionados who stick to themselves.

Oh,no, your modern NFL is totally integrated within the Harvard Cabal that runs Corporate America.

Indeed, the NFL is now a tool of the Harvard Cabal.

The Harvard Cabal figured out that sports, in particular the NFL, is a great way to indoctrinate the American people.

And so they do.

One of Corporate America’s goals is to keep their corporate prison racket going.

That can’t happen if black people ascend and prosper in society.

To make sure that they don’t, the NFL sat back and allowed black athletes to kneel before the national anthem just a few years ago.

Don’t think for one second that the NFL didn’t know or couldn’t figure out that this kneeling would have a backlash against the black community.

The NFL’s goal was to rally black people around the cry of racism.

The NFL is happy when black people are raging against the system. If people are raging against the system, they aren’t in school studying.

The immediate goal is to force black people into a siege mentality where they isolate themselves even further from white people.

It’s a sneaky method of segregation.

Denying coaching and general manager jobs to blacks is part of that agenda.

If blacks are denied opportunities within the NFL, black folk who watch the NFL get the impression that they are second class citizens who will never be given an opportunity in the white man’s world.

What the NFL is hoping for is that the majority of black folk become dispirited, give up, and settle back into a state of fuming rage which ultimately manifests itself into further destruction of the black community.

Make no mistake about it, the NFL is a bigoted league run by a bigoted Corporate America.

It is Corporate America that makes a fortune off the corporate prison racket.

It is Corporate America that supported Black Lives Matter which works against black people. It works against Black people by promoting a Marxist, we are all in this together mentality which works against an individualism that can make lives better for black folk in the inner city.

It is Corporate America that makes a fortune off the welfare plantation racket.

What Corporate America wants is for black people to go away. They don’t want black people to enter the white man’s workforce.

That’s why your lawsuit is important., Brian Flores.

I can assure you of this: They weren’t expecting you to sue them.

Keep fighting.

Kick the door down.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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The Super Toxin

Here is something I wrote almost two years ago. I found it buried within the bowels of my computer, down deep. I’m not sure if I published it or not, but when I read it I was amused. Do I really believe this stuff? Of course I do.

“Today at the Super Bowl, the CIA puppet-master did the halftime show.  Standing on the grave of JFK, he placed his two puppets, Shakira and J Lo, dressed in sequins and black leather, on the Altar of Zeus before you and did a beguiling sexual dance to entertain you, to entrance you, to numb you, to intoxicate you, to distract you from the death and suffering he causes millions around the globe.”

Archer Crosley

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Listen Up, Fools

Hey, motherfuckers in charge, are you listening?

Can you hear me?

Hey, listen up, clearheads.

Mr. CIA agent, are you present?

Good.

Do you know why you motherfuckers are going to lose?

It’s not because you’re not smart. You have plenty of biological smarts.

It’s not even because you’re outnumbered.

As you know full well, there’s too many of us, and too few of you.

Sure, you can hold us back with lies for a little while, but in the long run the flooding waters are going to overpower the gates and wipe you off the fucking planet.

And it’ll be a better planet.

You are all going down.

It’s just a matter of time.

But that’s not the real reason you’re going down.

You’re going down because we live in a moral universe. It works like a giant mousetrap, and God is the person who guards it. Naturally, you guys are the rat that is nibbling at the cheese.

It takes time for you to nibble enough cheese to spring the trap. That’s why it always appears to you that your little schemes are working and that no one will be the wiser.

Of course you are never satisfied with taking a little, and so in time the trap gets sprung.

God has been minding the trap the whole time. God sees everything.

God sees that your actions are totally immoral.

Do you have any idea how many people you have hurt?

Look, I’m staying right now at this Marriott Courtyard.

Now, it used to be that a maid would come by and clean the room on a daily basis.

You do remember her, right?

This is the unskilled laborer that you paid minimum wage to.

She needed that little extra cash for her family.

Well, I guess that was too much money for her, right? I guess your greed-mongering businessmen, your Wharton School graduates, figured that they could take advantage of the pandemic and cut housekeeping costs.

What a bonanza for you, right?

I imagine the stock price of your criminal corporation went up when the bottom line was cut.

Jim Cramer and the other CNBC jerk-offs probably got an erection.

Wow! You guys are winners.

You’re like your friends at the New England Patriots who take advantage of the loopholes and the technicalities of the game to gain an unfair advantage.

NFL broadcasters regularly gloss over the Patriots’ videotaping of opponent’s behavior during practice and games, their rummaging through opponent’s trash cans for data, their deflating of the game balls, their communicating tells to players on the field, and who knows what else.

You’re like those NFL quarterbacks who take advantage of the opposing team having too many men on the field in order to quickly hike the ball so as to get a penalty against their opponent.

Misguided NFL broadcasters drooled over Saint Peyton Manning when he pulled this immoral trick time and time again.

You’re like Derek Jeter when he faked getting hit by a ball so as to gain advantage over the Tampa Bay Rays. You remember that incident, don’t you?

His cocksucker buddies at ESPN, who drool over his exploits, rallied behind him and called his cheating maneuver gamesmanship.

You’re like a particular ESPN morning broadcaster from years ago who said that it was okay to go after an opposing player’s injured elbow in a hockey game.

It’s not okay.

Now, listen up, cocksuckers. I’m going to teach you something that they don’t teach you at the Wharton school.

When you play another player, you want to beat that player when he or she is at his best.

When you have to injure someone or cheat in order to win, you are not defeating that player when he is at his best. You have immorally compromised him.

When you win, you want everybody to know that your opponent was in full operating condition. You don’t want any excuses to be made.

When you have to cheat in order to win, what does that say about you?

Not much.

This is why you are going down. Your actions are immoral. You take advantage of your privileged status in order to game the rules in order to weaken other people.

You confuse championships, Super Bowls and lots of money with victory in life.

You were taught wrong.

God sees everything that you do, and God is just waiting, biding time.

God is minding the giant mousetrap that’s going to cook your ass like spam on a griddle.

You’re going down, motherfuckers, just like those worthless rulers before you.

And it’s going to come sooner than you think.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Urban Meyer

Dear Urban Meyer,

I’m going to pretend that I am your boss.

Listen up, bitch.

You are a coward and a pussycat.

You are a wimp and a sellout.

You are such, not because you engaged in what appears to be lap dancing at a bar, but because you apologized for doing so when there was no reason to do so.

Why are you apologizing?

What did you do wrong other than get stress relief for an extremely stressful job?

Are head coaches never permitted to take a break from reality?

Are human beings permitted no short escape into fantasy?

I don’t give a good good damn if your hands were all over the girl.

If they were, it was clearly done with mutual consent in order to divert the mind.

Secondly it’s none of my business anyway.

Nor is it the business of anyone else.

For my part, you did nothing to harm the integrity of the NFL.

If anyone has harmed the integrity of the NFL, it is the NFL itself for becoming the politically correct kneeler it has become.

The NFL now takes its orders from Joy Behar.

What Joy believes, the NFL believes.

What Joy disapproves of, the NFL disapproves of.

If Joy is happy, the NFL is happy

If Joy is unhappy, the NFL is unhappy.

The NFL no longer has a spine of its own.

It is a quivering bowl of Jell-O in an electric field of emotions.

Joy Behar only needs to snap her fingers, and the NFL, the little poodle that it is, comes to a heeling position.

Well, I don’t want that.

What I want is a man who stands on his own two feet and takes a stand for what he feels is right.

As Emiliano Zapata once said: It’s better to die on your feet like a man than to live the rest of your life on your knees like a dog.

Can you be a man, Urban Meyer?

Women have no problem going to ladies clubs where barely naked male dancers with a six pack and a cucumber-laden jockstrap gyrate their hips to screams of full-throated lust.

So why on earth are you apologizing?

If you want your job, stop apologizing.

Better yet retract the apology you did make.

Under no circumstances bend the knee to the apology police.

They couldn’t care less about women or fidelity.

What they care about is power, power over you, power over us.

Give them an inch and they’ll take a mile.

I need a coach who understands that.

If your wife doesn’t understand that that’s not our problem; that’s her problem. Divorce her.

I need a coach who can set an example for his players.

I need a coach who can stand up and act like a man.

Pussycats and wimps need not apply.

Man up or ship out.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Tom Hanks, Nice Guy? Veto!

Tom Hanks, America’s Jimmy Stewart, veto, has a lot of guts and a lot of nerve for talking down to us with his narration of the new Cleveland Guardians video.

Tom Hanks is a shill for the Empire.

What Tom Hanks doesn’t understand is that he works for the guy who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy who humiliated, degraded, debased, and killed many of the native American Indians.

It was the powers that be who made and broke all those treaties with the Indians well over a century ago.

It was their successors who are running things today.

Is their successors who hired Tom Hanks to be their shill.

How dare he talk down to us.

His duties to the Empire seem endless.

When they want him to sell the name change for the Cleveland Indians which is a subtle way of calling the rest of us racist, genocidal maniacs, Tom Hanks is there.

When it comes time to sell the idea of stay at home, socially distance, and flatten the curve with regard to COVID-19, Tom Hanks is there.

When it came time to sell the EV1 automobile, Tom Hanks was there.

Oh yes, these are not the first times that Tom Hanks has been a shill for the Empire.

It seems that Tom Hanks will do anything for the Empire.

And why not?

The Empire made him rich beyond his wildest dreams.

This is the price you pay for joining the Empire.

When the Empire asks you to do something, you do it.

Do you remember the scene in the Godfather where Michael Corleone asks Johnny Fontaine if he can recruit some of his friends to entertain in Las Vegas?

Did you see that slight hesitation on Johnny Fontaine‘s face before he said yes.

What was he thinking in that tiny moment?

You know what he was thinking. He was thinking if I don’t do this, my ass is grass.

That’s why Johnny Fontaine obeyed Michael Corleone.

And that’s why Tom Hanks obeys the Empire.

Tom Hanks is not stupid. He knows what will happen to him if he doesn’t follow through with one of their requests.

His ass will be grass.

What happened to Tony Montana when he didn’t follow through with the killing that his friend Sosa had ordered in Scarface.

His ass was grass.

Although these are fictional movies, they were written by writers who had a lot of experience in the real world and who knew how life was and is.

They put their philosophies and beliefs into those movies.

Another fictional movie that had much truth to it was The Brotherhood of the Bell starring Glenn Ford. You don’t see that movie much anymore on television because the elites don’t want you to see it. They don’t want you to see how the real world works.

In this particular movie, Glenn Ford plays Andy Patterson, a businessman and a professor, who bucks the system.

Andy Patterson has been the beneficiary of a secret society called the Brotherhood of the Bell which unknowingly to him has made him who he is.

One day, his mentor, played by Dean Jagger, asks him to do a favor for the brotherhood.

Andy Patterson finds the request morally reprehensible. He does not follow through. In many respects he is like Tony Montana In Scarface.

When Andy Patterson does not follow through, all hell comes down on him. He is frozen out of society. His clients disappear. His credit cards are cancelled.

He desperately tries to convince people of the existence of this brotherhood. He goes on television but he humiliated by a television talk show host played brilliantly by William Conrad.

Destroyed, Andy Patterson has only one hope. If he can only find a fellow member of the brotherhood and get him to confirm his story, he will win.

The movie ends with a glimmer of hope that this might just happened.

Of course, this is Hollywood. They have to have a happy ending.

All too often though in the real world there is no happy ending.

In the real world, people do not buck the system. There are very few Andy Pattersons in this world. And if there are any, you don’t hear about them because the main stream media shuts them out.

All too often, the Tom Hanks’s of the world skate through unscathed.

Does Tom Hanks know that Corporate America with an agenda is using him and his nice guy status to sell unwanted and harmful ideas to the country?

I believe he does.

You see, it’s not the name change in the Cleveland Indian’s that’s important. It’s the idea behind the name change. It’s the idea of the elites putting their boot on our face so as to dominate our lives.

Tom Hanks understands this.

Does this make Tom Hanks a bad guy?

Yes it does.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

MMA and Corporate America: A Match Made in Hell

I remember when MMA began in the early 80s.

I remember Royce Gracie breaking people’s arms.

I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.

I wanted to pick up a machine gun and kill someone.

But I didn’t know who to kill.

Do I kill the fighters? Or do I kill the cheering audience?

I still feel that way about MMA today.

I was shocked and disappointed when Corporate America jumped in to sponsor MMA.

I’m not shocked now given what has transpired in American culture over the past 40 years.

No one should be surprised nowadays that Corporate America sponsors MMA.

Corporate America couldn’t care less about people, humanity, morals, or what is right in society.

Corporate America only cares about a buck.

That’s it.

The reason why Corporate America only cares about a buck is because Corporate America is not a person.

This would actually be news to our Supreme Court justices who fervently believe that corporations are people.

Yes, it’s true. The Supreme Court has granted them personhood.

The Founding Fathers however felt differently.

They knew that corporations were not people. They also knew that corporations were dangerous. They were afraid of the power of corporations.

That’s why they limited their power.

Yep, corporations in the old days had to have a specific purpose and a specific length of time during which they could operate. Also, the leaders of those corporations could be held responsible for the actions of that corporation.

Not so today.

The wealthy elite, who run our corporations, have needled away at our legal system in order to grant their cash cows personhood.

This is why corporations are so powerful today.

This is why they’re eating America alive.

Slowly, gradually, brick by brick, the decent Republic our Founding Fathers desired is being dismantled.

Part of that dismantlement is MMA.

There is money in poverty and violence.

MMA is a vicious, uncivilized sport where we indoctrinate young people that it’s okay, possibly even normal, to be violent. We tell them that it’s okay to smash in the head of your opponent until he taps out.

And, yes, MMA is different than boxing.

It is different in that boxing has rules and a sense of moderation that MMA does not.

In boxing, it’s not okay to pummel a nearly unconscious, defenseless opponent into the canvas.

In boxing it’s not okay to kick a person in the head. Any fool knows that you can generate much more power with a kick than a punch.

A knee to the head is bordering on criminality.

In MMA there are no serious gloves. The gloves in boxing exist to limit the damage of the violence to the puncher and the boxer being punched.

I’ve been to an MMA match and seen little children mimic the fighters.

That is not what we need for a decent republic. We don’t need more violence; we need less violence.

Less violence, more thought.

MMA contributes to that violent culture, and not in an innocent way.

It’s not just the fight itself, but the culture around MMA that’s wrong. The audience itself seems to be invested in the blood sport in a way that you do not see with boxing.

Yes, the boxing audience is rooting for their particular guy in the match. And if there is a knockout, or a severe punch to the head, yes, the audience does cheer, but it seems reactionary to what has occurred. In MMA the audience is proactively invested in the complete bone-crushing annihilation of the opponent.

And then there are the fighters themselves.

The MMA fighters are tattooed and adorned as nihilistic, Orwellian gladiators – uncivilized brutes, cannibals thirsting for a blood meal.

In fact blood, and plenty of it, seems to heighten the fervent, mystical excitement of the audience and their unslakable thirst for an impaling.

Welcome to the Coliseum.

The apotheosis of this barbarity would be Conor McGregor who saunters lewdly around the octagon like a character in A Clockwork Orange.

If we have mass shootings, if we have increased incidents of road rage, if we have more uncivil discourse, MMA is a contributing factor to that.

MMA reduces us to the status of an unclean animal.

This seems in line with what our ruling elite desire.

You might say MMA is a reflection of them.

Animals beget animals.

Our leaders of Corporate America are wild animals who believe in social Darwinism.

The people they sponsor are the same.

Both institutions need to go.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved