I saw this article posted on NorthwestFirearms.com, with this paragraph highlighted:Eloquently stated, indeed.
Americans in particular are prone to reactionary dismissal when exposed to facts that disrupt their misconceptions. Our culture has experienced a particularly prosperous age, not necessarily free from all trouble, but generally spared from widespread mass tragedy for a generous length of time. This tends to breed within societies an overt and unreasonable expectation of ease. It generates apathy, and laziness. A crushing blubberous slothful cynicism subservient to the establishment and the status quo. Even the most striking of truths struggle to penetrate this smoky forcefield of duplicitous funk.
What does this even mean?A crushing blubberous slothful cynicism subservient to the establishment and the status quo.
At least he put in the right place. OT&H
If words of more than two syllables scare you, there is plenty of other threads here that will fit nicely within those limitations.
And then we have the obligatory beNder troll....
Longer words have a purpose and when used well they're effective. Chaining them together without any punctuation for the sake of appearing intelligent and/or insightful is not the way to use them though.
If I was to take a stab at decoding this mumbo-jumbo, I'd guess that he's saying you're a whiner an a POS if you complain that despite decades of rising productivity and profits you find that you now have to work two jobs to barely stay afloat.