Song Of The Day 11/1/2016: Dimmu Borgir – “Progenies of the Great Apocalypse”
Banks Using Ball-Point Pens To Get The Elderly's DNA
You notice how the only place you see ball-point pens anymore are where they're connected by a chain to those kiosks in banks? That's because the banks are secretly collecting DNA samples from old people who don't do any e-banking, so they come in and use the pens without giving it a second thought. But once they're done filling out their deposit slips or writing their grandkids out of the will, their DNA is being transmitted through those chains and into a database, which spits out the codes into a repository monitored by the Hallmark Network. Why? So they can figure out how long they have to extend the syndication contracts for Murder, She Wrote reruns. And also to make space food for the Great Liberal Escape To Mars once Earth is finally destroyed by Google. Of course it's Google. How the hell does Google know everything? WAKE UP SHEEPLE.
Stein: Doesn't go to banks