Friday, November 24, 2017

Kilroy News! New Developments of the Kilroy Event!

A few months ago, I blogged about an upcoming event called The Kilroy Event.  You can learn more about that event at their own site by clicking these highlighted letters here.  You can learn all about who will be in attendance, buy your tickets early, as well as donate any amount of money you so desire.  Also, here's a trailer for it:



I've bought my early ticket already so I'll definitely be there on April 21 and 22.  Besides attending as many of the debates and seminars as I can, I will also be walking around selling copies of my book, Censor Monkeys Have No Class.



Anyone who has read this book and my previous book already know full well that it fits very well into Kilroy's theme of preserving free speech and rallying against those that would like take it from us.  The Censor Monkeys in my book represent the latter of course.
Although, if you want to check out my book before this convention even starts, you can purchase it on Amazon and/or Kindle right here. ---> CLICK ON ME!

An event like this is exactly what the world needs right now. I can't wait to be there to either cheer on or heckle all of the great speakers in attendance. I also look forward to meeting many fellow freedom-loving Kekistanis at the same time.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

How White People Can Fight For Delicious Equality

I found a highly informative Twitter thread that could help us all strive towards that very goal of making the world one big ball of unity.  Out of the goodness in my heart, I felt the need to share this with all of you. Read below.

















Friday, September 22, 2017

I Am Kekistani

"Huuuuuh HWHAT???  Now what in the devil's blue balls is a 'Kekistani???  I demand to know!!!"  Whoa there! Calm down, home spice!  The video embedded down below will explain.  (Also watch for my appearance at about the 15:05 mark).



So that's a lot of what you need to know in order to understand the Kek culture.  I hope you can also see why I've declared myself a citizen of of the land of Kekistan.

The 'self appointed' Kekistan Ambassador (namely Jeff Holiday) here in this video mentioned that all this Kek stuff is essentially a spoof of something called identity politics, but didn't go into detail about what that is. It's basically this moronic and asinine practice of trying to look like the biggest societal victim.  On the left-leaning SJW side people do this by saying stuff like "I'm a woman so I'm more oppressed than you!"  "Oh yeah, well I'm a black woman born in poverty so I'm more oppressed than you!" "Ya, well I'm a half Chinese, half Puerto Rican lesbian with a tourettes (FUCK SHIT COCK 'N' BALLS) so I'm more oppressed than you!!" "Oooooooooh Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Well I'm a quarter Mongolian, one eighth African, two thirds Eskimo, midget, pansexual, half-calf, double-double, pigeon-toed, uncircumcised, snake handler with 100 toes and a two inch vagina on my face so I'm waaaaaaaaaay more oppressed than you!!!" and on and on in a downward spiral that goes.  But, also, on the right wing, you have the alt-right idiots saying something similar like "programs such as Affirmative Action are prejudiced against us white males so we're more oppressed now" as well as the the now infamous chant of "(non-white minority X) WILL NOT REPLACE US!!"
So this is how the concept of Kekistan spoofs both of them.  It kind of started when Pepe the Frog was declared a "hate symbol" by Hillary Clinton and the Southern Poverty Law Centre.  This lead to many memes and pictures of Pepe being taken down from many sites on the internet.  So, in that vein, a nation of Kekistan was born who then declared that "memes with Pepe the Frog on them are Kekistan's chief export and they are now being scorched from the internet, a veritable 'meme genocide' if you will.  Therefore, the nation of Kekistan and it's people are the most oppressed of all!!!". Something like that.

The opposite of a Kek is a Normie.  A Normie is either anyone who hasn't heard of Kekistan and so has no idea what it is, or is one of the aforementioned people who gladly participate in that identity politics and are thus highly resentful of having themselves spoofed in such a manner.
 So, to any and all Normies that may be reading this, no I was not at all "brainwashed" or swept up by any Kekistan 'propaganda'.  I have had 'kek' leanings for many many years I'd say.
You see, for as long as I can remember, I've always been an animation enthusiast, especially the Looney Tunes. So, I spent a better part of the 2000's visiting forums where I would discuss cartoons and their history.  I learned a lot in that time.  But also in that time, I saw a negative attitude about cartoons developing.


And this attitude increased 1000% whenever the cartoons known as the Censored 11 were ever brought up.  There were angry calls to "keep them censored" and "burn them in a fire" as well as many accusations of the original directors of these cartoons (namely Tex Avery, Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, and Bob Clampett) were flat out 'racist klansmen trying to brainwash kids into accepting racism'.  I along with many animation experts tried in vain to use all of the facts we've amassed over the years about how those artists were far from the horrible racists they're being made out to be.  But it was no use.  That attitude had become fixed.  Little did I know it was the first rumblings of the regressive SJW agenda.
So, long before anyone had ever heard of SJWs, Pepe, or Kekistan, I spoofed these types of people with a creation of my own that I call Censor Monkeys.  Two of my books featuring them are available on Amazon here and here by the way.


They are very much a satirical spoof of everyone that claims that...

"Everything is sexist..."

...and...
"Everything is racist..."


...much the same way the whole concept of Kekistan spoofs these people.

As you can see, I have been a Kekistani for a lot longer than it's been a country.  So, out of solidarity with all my Kekistani brothers and sisters, I have fully "kekked" myself to show my commitment to the full emancipation of my people.


Shadilay, my dudes!!!

Friday, July 14, 2017

Kilroy Event Poster Design

Okay, so there's this thing happening sometime next April called the Kilroy Event.  I'll let an Irish ginger named Dave Cullen give you more details about it below:



I'd love to go to that event when it happens.

Around the same time Dave made that announcement, he posted this on his twitter feed:



So I responded to that and it went like this:



The art work immediately below is the fruit of that twitter exchange.



I think the basic idea is conveyed well enough.  I'd gladly make any changes Mr. Cullen tells me to make.  Of course, any artistic person reading this blog is more than welcome to submit their own works to Mr. Cullen at whatever social media outlet you can reach him.

To pre-register yourself for this event, you can go to the link I've provided here in this emboldened and italicized font.  I'm sure this event will b lots of fun and help preserve free speech for centuries to come.  See you ninjas there.

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Party Naked, Canada

Humphrey Bogart has a message for all Canadians in the video embedded below:



You heard what Mr. Lauren Bacall said.  If you're a proud Canadian, or are very good friends with a proud Canadian, you can show how happy you are by taking off your clothes and then joining into the festivities.

"We're ready, baby! Yeeeeeeeeeeah!!


Happy 150th Canada!!!  Party safe and party naked!!!




Sunday, May 07, 2017

Regina Fan Expo 2017 is now but a memory

As I'm typing this, many forklifts and trolleys are hauling unsold merchandise and shelving units into large trucks before heading back to their homes either in or out of town.  However, for the general public, it's absolutely over.  Everyone who attended has their own tale of joyous glee to tell about their time spent on that day.  Attendees from the smallest child to the oldest nerd had fun looking at and purchasing many wonderful works of art and exhibitors (in that same basic age range) had fun selling much of their own artwork or any other merchandise they may have had.  Being one of those many attendees, I will now indulge myself and post about my experiences at this fine event for the benefit of everyone who reads this blog (those being random people who were brought here by mistyping a key word in Google and now ask "what the hell just happened?").

I sadly didn't sell as much stuff as last year, but I did make sales.  Also, about as important, I got people talking and generated some interest for my Censor Monkeys Have No Class book as well as the topic of censorship in general.  But it wasn't just the book that accomplished this.  I also freely distributed these cards at the same time:


This may have helped as well.  Some assessments of my book that I heard people make at this event were:

"Savage"

"This is the funniest thing I've ever seen"

"Planet of the Apes meets blaxploitation"

One person even commented that the Horrible Mother Monkey looked just like a drag queen that he knew.  I'll just say Ouch for that drag queen.

Of course, just like at last year's Fan Expo and every other comic book seeing event I have attended, there were plenty of fun costumes to see.  Like always, that ones that stopped at my table will be showcased starting immediately below:

Saturday:

Uh oh! Ariel became a badass ninja and murdered Flounder.  You can bet that Jamaican crab will be 'pinchers up' and smothered in butter next.
She just flew in from 1903 to pick daffodils I'm assuming .

...as did this lady. Although she might also be attempting to  establish prohibition again.

Ok, a sexy Jack Skelington.  That is both a Christmas and Hallowe'en gift that keeps on giving.

Here's Bumblebee the Transformer promoting my book.  I will definitely be using this image many more times in the future.

Bumblebee's pal, one of the Dinobots, was also there with him. He could help promote my book by biting the heads off of people who refuse to read it (but I of course would not and do not encourage such behaviour).

Lady Obi Wan. That's a fun idea.

Um...... Batman, what is that stain on your uniform? Is that Robin's? Alfred's? Actually, never mind.  I'd rather not know.

Here's a Hogwarts alumni. She gave me a sticker.

She's either a statue or a g-g-g-g-ghost!

She's either dressed partly like a skeleton or at her last doctor's appointment he had the X-ray turned up way too high.  Either way, she is now a super villain we should all fear.

HEY!!! You Can't Do That At Fan Expo! "D'iiiiiiiiiiiiii heard that!" 
Mother & daughter Pokemon costumes. The mother confided in me "next year I get to pick the costumes".  So, 'Dorothy and Sophia of the Golden Girls' it is.
More members of Hogwarts. It must have been a field trip or something.
Every young student remembers their first car.
Riddle me this and riddle me that.  What has 4 legs in the morning, 2 legs in the afternoon, and 3 legs in the evening? I don't know, but I just barbecued it and ate it. It was delicious.
That's one snazzy guillotine operator.
I believe she is some kind of wizard in an outfit made out of cotton candy or something. I need help with this one.
Can he sleep on his front with such big buttons on his pyjamas?
They're looking at my Censor Monkey panels and thinking "I can't deal with such awesomeness". Or they're trying to remember the lyrics to an Engelbert Humperdinck song.  One of the two.
This is a relatively modest version of Red Sonya's costume really.  This must be the more respectful and conservative outfit she'd wear to weddings and funerals.
Lady Gaston! So she would display misandry then? Or maybe 'internalized misogyny'? Bah! Who cares? It's fun costume.
Those ladies in the back seemed rather unimpressed by Nacho Libre's flexed muscles. One body slam to the canvas should take care of that (to his opponent in the ring later of course. Jeez you guys are paranoid).

Sunday:

Here is the cousin that Fonzie rarely talks about.  She can punch a jukebox and get her favourite song but sadly she can only jump her motorcycle over two school buses. This makes her the biggest disappointment in the Fonzarelli family.

A bearded Link or and angry Keebler elf.  Either way, I want cookies.
This is Esmerelda from Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame. The gypsy curse she put on herself was making herself voiced by Demi Moore.
Hey! A young Captain America! So does that make him "Captain 13 Colonies"? 
GO RIDERS!!! Should the Roughriders wear chainmail uniforms instead of pads inside jerseys? That could be an interesting twist.
A zombie and a minion walk into a bar. There were no survivors.
This husband and wife duo dress up as their favourite fetish for this Expo. It saved their marriage I'm sure.
Here's Princess Leia and her cheerleader friend.  !00% accurate to the Star Wars universe.
Here's little Iron Man.  Iron Boy maybe?  O, since he looks about 6, shouldn't he be "Carbon Man"? (I had to do some research to come up with that one)
What? I have 3 seconds to give you all my money or you'll shoot?  Well, it's not the most egregious offer I've ever had, so.........
Awwww! Mini Darth Vader with the current Toronto Blue Jays manager. I look forward to spring training.
Harley Quinn is very displeased with you!  You know what you did!
I'm not sure why there's a badminton birdie on her chest.  What kind of super power could she possibly have? Whatever, she could still kick my ass.
This one looks like some Star Wars nurse, perhaps about to give Chewbacca an enema or something.  I do not envy her life.
No wait. This is a Star Wars nurse ready to give Jabba the Hut a sponge bath.  Being a nurse in the Star Wars universe is not fun.

Another big highlight of my Expo experience was that the table beside me was promoting a movie that was filmed and edited in Regina, Saskatchewan.  It's a sci-fi thriller called Patient 62.



They said that it will be released on DVD in October sometime.

And that was my 2017 Fan Expo experience.  I'm already looking forward to next year.  Hopefully I'll have my next Censor Monkeys book close to done by then.