Jackhole’s Realm Alternative Entry To The Devils Dictionary


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Going back to my early postings as Brett Jeremy on Huffington Post, one of my favorite things to do was adding alternative entries to Ambrose Bierce’s Devil’s Dictionary. It was a fun way to lampoon the day’s events. I think I should start that-up on the Realm again—you may add your own definitions. without further ado I present to you,

Jackhole’s Realm Alternative Entry To The Devils Dictionary 

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475 Responses to Jackhole’s Realm Alternative Entry To The Devils Dictionary

  1. CBD- I know you like the Vanagons but I thought of you when I found this pic:

  2. Hi, guys. 😀 Son is coming to take me to do some errands, incl. getting my SS money out to pay landlady. BBL if I can. Hugs!

  3. m Cubed says:

    Mounted bands. Either extraordinary, or silly, or extraodinarily silly or something to marvel at. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1798Ch7hDRE

  4. BassFace says:

    I’m surrounded… by my kittehs! 😛

  5. Haruko Haruhara says:

    TG, here is a band from SacTown! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqnieYPN1QI

  6. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Here is another SacTo band. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlaZpzcc_p4

  7. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    One of my buddies pointed out, if you’re a terrorist and you bomb something, the government will hunt you down and kill you. As it should be. But, if you’re a company that through your neglect blows up and levels a town, the government will pay you to rebuild your plant.

  8. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    Good Night and as always,
    FUCK THE NRA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. BassFace says:

    Kittehs in stare-down mode, this should be interesting…

  10. ZombieJack says:

    Open Sesame, noun.

    The fiscal cliff.

  11. Lizard Island says:

    Great page, Jack!! Maybe extend it into the new one later?
    Lots of creative comments and additions to the new, improved Jackhole Urban Dictionary.

  12. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Lizard, I’m almost at the end of Bioshock Infinite. The game keeps getting scarier and scarier.

  13. BassFace says:

    Folks, time for shuteye… ‘nite!

  14. Haruko Haruhara says:

    I’m serious. Everyone is telling me I have to finish Bioshock Infinite, but I don’t want to finish it, because I can tell I won’t like how it ends. 😦

  15. m Cubed says:

    Good night everyone.

  16. Lizard Island says:

    I’ll think of some dictionary entries for Dr. Hole later. This is a memorable page.

  17. ZombieJack says:

    I keep Fezbook open to use it’s chat feature to talk to folks cuz I hate email. I make it a point to say while there are some of the best HPers there I always maintained that it gives a false sense of security. Today I was proved correct.

    I make comments here and there and will post something from here there once in a while—I know a lot won’t come to blogs so it’s a way for me to share with them. While making an innocent reply to a cool ex-HPer I was snarked by one of HP’s banned lunatics, I responded in my own fashion but keeping in mind that that I was on somebody else’s timeline/news feed I kept it as benign as my temperament will allow.

    I then sent him a reply via private chat telling him the troll what I thought of him and asking him why after two years he is still harping on things? This time I let my temperament free. The TROLL then tried to continue on the feed rather than responding to me personally. Like always the one thing they want to know is who am I. Why is that? so they can then find a way to harass me in 3D no doubt.

    That is the danger about the place and why I don’t encourage it or even allow my own family to post about me or even include a pix that has me in it. So you may say, ” yeah jack but Jack but I don’t have the same charm you do 😛 so no one will come after me” WRONG there are obsessive personalities There too who will creep you out without knowing you—no matter what security the place has.

    I still think the best way to get to know someone is privately on chat or email. Just giving you my view on things. I hope my friend doesn’t get pissed off at me—-he later unfriended the person for reasons not pertaining to me directly. I was just making a comment, shit! will lunatics eve stop?

    PS—My friend had him as a friend because he was unaware of the guy’s history.

    • Haruko Haruhara says:

      Yeah ….

      … boy, that was a person I never wanted anything to do with again.

      • ZombieJack says:

        That’s just one that we can see—he was curious about socks, I’m curious how many there are socks or friends of the evil ones without knowing the history—I need to contact B later I didn’t see David B (can you believe another David?) there before I replied to B otherwise I would do like I always do and roll over DB.

    • Haruko Haruhara says:

      The person Jack is talking about threatened to kill me more than two years ago. Literally.

    • Noticed that, I thought that may have been what it was about. Nasty!!

      • Haruko Haruhara says:

        I don’t 100 percent agree with Jack about FB. It can be good, it can be bad. You have to be careful. It’s better than mucking TWITTER!

    • Lizard Island says:

      Good points, Jack. Looney Toonies!

    • ZombieJack says:

      TYPO correction …wrong there are obsessive personalities THERE too….

    • snoyoda says:

      I DO NOT trust FB in any way. I had a little used account, and it got hacked. Sent Viagra spam to everyone in my address book. Very embarrassing. You have helped me with security, and I appreciate it. Glad you have my back.

  18. ZombieJack says:

    what happened to the Klingon?

  19. ZombieJack says:

    Is this page slow?

  20. Lizard Island says:

    I can’t think of any clever Jackholian Debil Dictionary entries..me stoopid. Maybe tomorrow I getz a brainz back.

  21. Lizard Island says:

    Scrabble challenge. Be back in a bit.

  22. nebdem says:

    Ok, I have a sort of rant, but it melts away.

  23. nebdem says:

    It doesn’t bother me that the FBI talked to him before he was read his Miranda Rights. Nor should it really bother anyone. This person is going to be convicted regardless, the video proof that the government has is the only piece of information needed to convict him.

    I do not feel that he should have the same rights afforded to him that are afforded to a citizen of the United States. I feel that when he and his brother decided to wage war against the U.S. that in doing so they lost the privileges of those rights. What they did was evil. They committed a terrorist act during an event that represents harmony. They did it in the public to make a spectacle in the hope that the carnage they caused would be seen around the world, and it was. How is this not an event in that war- when we have this thing called a “war on terror” ongoing? So he will not be run through the system labeled as an enemy combatant, but that doesn’t mean that he isn’t one.

    Reading the comments from a few other sites has shown me that there is far and few the amount of conversations I’ve read where there was a conciliatory tone between two partisans. Partisans like to argue with each other, it is an American tradition. On the internet it is a different story. I sometimes fear that people are becoming so wrapped up in the Left vs Right, etc. etc… That they don’t think for themselves before they begin thinking on behalf of their affiliation and how their thoughts should comply, in order to fit in.

    The conversation on the internet is simply control. Bill Maher used to reference a situation- when a person heard a certain political word they would react like a hamster and push a button to get a treat (or something like that), Frank Luntz verbiage. How is that any different than people posting comment after comment in support or opposition to a trivial political issue in most cases? Though, some issues are not trivial and have a greater importance. But on the major sites it is all about the “clicks,” it is all about the money. There is no such thing as an honest discussion taking place between partisans, because it is not about a discussion; they just want to argue with each other, anger leads to “clicks” so get mad at this, get made at that, click click. The atmosphere on those sites is corrosive. It is like bile, but by habit we muck through it because we enjoy reading what other people write. But there comes a point one a person should step away.

    Having only read for the last almost a hundred days the comments on some of those site, and not engaged the conversation. I realized that to simply watch it in progress is a revolting but an educational thing itself. Both sides are equally horrible in tone, they peddle the anger, that is not my thing, I’m out of the identity politics game.

    My comment above about what I feel, I know that in writing it here that you have an understanding to how I think and feel about things. That I could write all that I just did and not have to worry about it going into moderation is a blessing. That I could write all that I have and know that my comment will be taken with due consideration and not jumped on by some asshole trying to push me their view on some issue that has swallowed them up by that that is all they ever talk about, tribbles!

    • snoyoda says:

      Indeed, my talented friend, that is why this site is so wonderful. I feel confident that if I disagree with you, you will understand my position. Neither of us would vilify the other, which is what I see on those sites. It frequently degenerates into name calling, and, as you point out, talking points.

      Open, honest conversation is the best way to protect our liberty, and our freedoms. Rhetoric is just noise.

      • nebdem says:

        Greetings, Snoyoda! The vilifying is horrible. most of the time it really is not called for. People project an assumption upon what they read and if they don’t like it they react accordingly, but sometimes saying something apolitical will get you a lot of angry responses (Here I refer to the comments on other sites, not here or the one I wrote).

        Open conversation, but conversation with etiquette. Which you display often!

    • Caller no. 8 says:

      Depends on what your definition of “war” is. These guys were at best, wannabe enemy combatants. I don’t think they deserve that stature. No one but them claimed any responsibility, and theirs was neener-neener look what I did. Sorry, that’s fukked up, bit it’s not war. More importantly, if they’re not affiliated with any structured group, what is left to blame but an al Qaeda website? If we give them combatant status we’ve elevated every daydreamer into the rank and file against us. Bad move.

      • snoyoda says:

        Interesting perspective. Hello, and hugs, my friend.

      • nebdem says:

        Greetings, Caller! Those are all valid points. We are going to learn more with time. I’ll write something up about my definition of war.

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