Home > The thought of going to war does not increase sperm count

December 4th, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized

Seriously folks, you ever have the thought that we are headed to another war real soon?  Like maybe a WW3 or something?  We’ve been “at war” or whatever you want to call it for at least the past 10 years.  First Iraq, then Afghanistan…  A tour in Afghanistan doesn’t do much to increase sperm count, as one of the injuries that is unique to the theater in Afghanistan is injuries to the genitalia.  I am talking about getting your cock and balls blown off because of the type of land mine the “enemy” likes to use.  How fucked up is that?  Well what did you expect?  A landmine that increases semen volume?

I only say this because an entire generation or two has been brought up on video games, paintball games, and all this bullshit that makes war seem fun.  As if there are no consequences whatsoever…  The other day I went to see “Immortals” and this was one of the trailers before the movie began:

Dude WTF?  Have you ever seen propaganda like this before?  When they are rolling out films like this, and every other couple months on youtube you see a video about another new caliber that works with the M4 receiver, you know something is up.   There was the .50 Beowulf round, then the 6.8, then the 6.5 Grendel Round, and now the .300 Blackout round…

There is some A.I. software out there (I cannot remember the website) that predicts the future based on trends in information on the web.  I spend so much time online, that I’ve become the same sort of computer (in organic form) and I can tell you something is up and that’s really fucked up.  Luckily I am too old to go to war, but even if you aren’t fighting there are a myriad ways to be suffer and make no mistake that war is suffering.

My guess is we’ll go into Iran next.  I suppose WW3 is inevitable as it is going to be 2012 and the world is supposed to end or something like that.  So I’m not occupying Wall Street – the only thing I’m occupying is a piece of pussy!



Plato Powers writes regularly about anything that involves men's sexual health and all the adventures that a homosapien male encounters in his everyday life.

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