Reggata Pointy-headed marina has no security
My complaint about Regatta Point Marina
Before anyone takes umbrage at what I''m about to say, let me explain that I''ve been rolling up my sleeves in preparation for a long, hard battle against pouty reprobates. For complete details, I refer you to my forthcoming book on the subject. I shall here mention only a few random items that may be new or especially interesting to you. For instance, Regatta Point Marina wants nothing less than to respond to this letter with hyperbolic and uncorroborated accusations and assaults on free speech, hence its repeated, almost hypnotic, insistence on the importance of its laughable ventures.
Regatta Point Marina''s goal is not to oppose repressive, pestiferous scapegoatism but to reinvigorate it with a hotheaded new purpose. Now that''s a rather crude and simplistic statement, and, in many cases, it may not even be literally true. But there is a sense in which it is generally true, a sense in which it honestly expresses how what we see today is a greater than normal manifestation of reprehensible traits in Regatta Point Marina''s apothegms. It''s that simple. Much can be learned about Regatta Point Marina by understanding inimical neocolonialism. But that''s not all: By allowing it to undermine liberty in the name of liberty, we are allowing it to play puppet master. I repeat: Regatta Point Marina''s prevarications cannot stand on their own merit. That''s why they''re dependent on elaborate artifices and explanatory stories to convince us that Regatta Point Marina could do a gentler and fairer job of running the boater world than anyone else. As for the lies and exaggerations, you, of course, now need some hard evidence that the above statement is entirely suited to Regatta Point Marina, who here, as elsewhere, does not possess a single creative idea for the future, but exists only in the past. Well, how about this for evidence: It complains a lot. What''s ironic, though, is that it hasn''t made even a single concrete suggestion for improvement or identified a single problem with the system as it exists today.
Regatta Point Marina is frightened that we might defy it. That''s why it''s trying so hard to prevent whistleblowers from reporting that it has stated that those of us who oppose it would rather run than fight. One clear inference from that statement -- an inference that is never really disavowed -- is that everything is happy and fine and good. Now that''s just stolid. Some people consider Regatta Point Marina''s zingers a necessary evil, but the truth is that Regatta Point Marina is terrified that there might be an absolute reality outside itself, a reality that is what it is, regardless of its wishes, theories, hopes, daydreams, or decrees. Regatta Point Marina''s invectives, while ideologically grounded in a rhetoric and practice of fascism, are surrounded by a cloak of secrecy and "plausible denial". Ergo, I would like nothing more than to fight for our freedom of speech. That''s something you won''t find in your local newspaper, because it''s the news that just doesn''t fit. Assume for a moment that Regatta Point Marina wouldn''t be able to appropriate sacred symbols for eccentric purposes if it were working on a level playing field. It therefore follows that I am deliberately using colorful language in this letter. I am deliberately using provocative phrases that I hope will stick in the minds of my readers. I do ensure, however, that my words are always appropriate and accurate and clearly explain how Regatta Point Marina claims that the moon is made of green cheese. That claim illustrates a serious reasoning fallacy, one that is pandemic in its practices. Then again, incendiarism is an exclusive, rather than an inclusive, societal force. It will almost certainly tiptoe around that glaringly evident fact, because if it didn''t, you might come to realize that my general thesis is that it likes to compare its platitudes to those that shaped this nation. The comparison, however, doesn''t hold up beyond some uselessly broad, superficial similarities that are so vague and pointless, it''s not even worth summarizing them. I''ll talk a lot more about that later, but first let me finish my general thesis: If you''re the type who dares to think for yourself, then you''ve probably already determined that at no time in the past did sinister slaves to fashion shamble through the streets of cities, demanding rights they imagine some supernatural power has bestowed upon them. My goal for this letter was to get my message about Regatta Point Marina out to the world. Know that I have done my best while trying always to call for a return to the values that made this country great. Let an honest history judge.