Verbal warfare through radical ideals


When you have an awful day…and I mean a horrific day, there’s nothing more comforting than to take a swig from the pool of sorrows that is someone else’s misfortune. Understand me when I say this. I’m not speaking about genocide, and the multitudes of horrible incidences that befall people day after day who are utterly innocent. I’m talking about when you get a front-row ticket to the beheading of the villain. When you get to kick back, and watch as someone who truly deserved to suffer at the hands of another receive their punishment at the door, it’s better than sex. Everyone loves it, but no one says it. I don’t care what kind of pacifist you are. Some of your greatest moments were those of self-gratification, or retribution. Whether it be the execution of a child rapist, or after being ridiculed by co-workers, you receive a wonderful raise and promotion. There are a million other situations that you could think of, however it doesn’t change the fact that you vicariously are inclined to love it when someone “bad” for lack of a better word, gets the short end of the stick. It’s perfectly natural, and some people enjoy it slightly more than others. I, however tend to take that one step further.

I recently had a friend that suffered at the hands of another. In this tragic tale, she had a wonderfully caring husband. Nobody thought a terrible thing about them as a couple. They seemed happy, loving, and the ideal choice for “lovers of the year”. This was a cleverly laid out sharade by the husband, in order to conceal the fact that not only was he not happy, he was hiding the fact that he was having an affair. This upset my friend dearly, as well as many people close to her. Not just because of his infidelity, but also because of the ridiculously long time-frame as to which he was trying to hide it while maintaining his image as the loyal husband. If there actually was a such thing as hell, I’d like to think that the bottom circle is indeed designed for people guilty of treachery. What’s worse, is that he went above and beyond the lines of what normal cheaters do. Suffice it to say, that he truly did not want to get caught, and his actions showed it.

So, she left the fucking prick. As you would, I mean- “for better or worse” doesn’t mean a damn thing when the person will purposefully go out of their way to ensure they don’t have to be honest with you in any sense. Not only that, but once they were split he even had the audacity to try to convince others that she was the one cheating. The conviction, the pure acting talent it must take to be able to go up to another human being and try to point the finger at the person you screwed over in the first place is mind-boggling. It doesn’t help his case, that on the competency chart he’s comparable to Lennie Small from the classic novel “Of Mice and Men”. Some of the beyond pointless excuses I’ve heard not only sound as if they were taken off an episode of “Guiding Light”; It would stand to reason that some of them are just shamelessly conjured in an attempt to not bring further harm to his mind, because thinking must hurt him.

So, without going into vast detail as to how he accomplished this…I will inform you that today I found out Mr. Small is in trouble. You see, when you commit acts that are known to get you in trouble, you should expect legal repercussions. Pretending to be something you’re not is an idiotic and vain task. But pretending to be someone else entirely, is a sign that you’re probably not the brighest, or most resourceful. That’s why I can sit back and laugh my immoral ass off now, because the lady can return the favor. She have spent quite a long time getting fucked by him, but now she can engage in the appropriate task and fuck him over. You see, I’ve always wanted this situation. Something that could be potentially benefitial to your future, and at the same time detrimental to that of someone else. Someone who had it coming. He’s going to hopefully get bent over a table, and raped by the penal system. Which if, and when he does…I’m going to make a Kodak moment out of it. It’s the least I could do.

This is something we should all come to appreciate. The moment when a real immoral individual receives suffering for the deeds done to others.

It’s not quite karma. It’s almost justice. What is it?

It’s virtue’s foot to the throat. Laugh at the conquered, the victims now betray.


One last note; for those of you who support when someone gets their just dues, leave a comment! I want to hear from you, and so do many others!


One response

  1. I’m glad you can get some satisfaction from this. I mean that sincerely. Its hard,but in the end is worth it. I really enjoyed this post.For a long time I felt like I was in hell,now I’m crawling out of it. Thank you Jake, you have been a great friend through all of this.

    February 4, 2011 at 1:15 AM

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