Friday, July 15, 2005

I really should be working, but...

You have got to read this! Johnny's World

I'm not interested in ingesting human flesh, but I did think of another wicked and evil idea last night. I was watching something on tv about alternative energy sources, but I don't remember now what it was exactly because I got involved in my own thoughts. Oh, now I remember, it was a preview for the movie, The Island.

I saw it and told my mister that it looked kind of Matrixish. Then I got to thinking evil things about how we could start using bad people as batteries like the machines do in the Matrix movies. Instead of prisons we should build power generating stations with them hooked up as the energy sources. That's a great way for criminals to repay society, don't you think?

That, and it's a renewable energy source. There will never be a lack of rotten people who otherwise waste our planet's resources. Let's recycle them! Yes, I have seen the movie Soylent Green.

(okay, I'm a sick little Hoe sometimes, and this probably won't help with my Supreme Court bid)

15 comments:

Kajay said...

I really like your idea....bring it up to your buddies on the supreme court.

BipolarPrincess said...

Awesome! To bad the Civil Liberties bullshit would get in the way!

madman said...

I think it will help with the nomination process! Damn Good Idea--yet I think you might piss off the right to life folks again!

Anna said...

Ooooh. creepy. I JUST thought about that damn movie (S.G) the other day... "it's people!!!" and was gonna make a comment about the movie on my own blog. Didn't realize anyone would remember it. Creeeeeeepy movie.... but a good idea. Bad people = renewable energy. Sick idea with merit. :)

Anna said...

By the way, just posted my comment, closed the window and noted one of your favorite movies is the Big Lebowski... it's playing in the next room right now. "Shut the fuck up Donny."

Ms. Audra said...

Like those Supreme Court Justices are not little dirty pervs. You KNOW John Paul Stevens and Antonin Scalia do some messed up dirty shit under those robes...and don't get me started on Clarence Thomas...so compared to them you are a shoe in.

spin said...

This sounds much better than using tax dollars to pay for their room and board. You have my vote.

Ms. Audra said...

Hope you don't mind-I linked you to my blog

Rae Ann said...

kajay, thanks! If I ever get nominated...

bp and madman, I don't shy away from pissing off the civil liberties AND right to life people.

thanks, audra, I love links! I've read your blog some but haven't commented much. It's great!

thanks, spin! Welcome to Hoe Land!

Rae Ann said...

anna, sorry didn't mean to skip over you! You've got great taste in movies!

mr_g said...

My biggest concern is Karma. If I eat a person who's done a lot of really bad shit, will I inherit his bad Karma in some Twilight-Zone-esqe type of scenario? It would certainly make life a little more intersting.

Mr. Peterson, welcome to Death Row. Can I offer you a rib-eye pan-fried in two cups of salted butter?

Kid Bastard said...

I like it. But the really nasty vicious criminals have to provide their share of the power using a treadmill.

I support your bid for the Supreme Court, by the way.

Rae Ann said...

mr g, I'm not talking about us eating bad people, just using their bodies as batteries, a la the Matrix. I was just referring to SG because it's a similar kind of thing. However, yeah, we could let the criminals feed off each other's parts if there was a food shortage.

kid bastard, welcome to Hoe Land! I like your idea of the treadmills better. It's less complicated and easier to implement than the Matrix idea.

Oh, how I wish George Bush had to balls to nominate me.

SierraBella said...

You've got my vote!

Rae Ann said...

sierrabella, thanks!