This book represents
the outrage and astonishment of the intelligent free-thinkers across
who will not be sheep and prefer to form their own opinions, rather
to the will of the uncritical norm. Bordell
attempts to use humor to temper the anger lying underneath.
...These [cynics] are the wizened souls with the
above average intelligence, singed egos and “up yours” attitudes that
balance out the world of fools, the world of rubes and simpletons who
fall for the Nigerian “20 Million Dollar Currency Exchange” spams and
the 100% medically proven penis pumps. Cynics are, essentially,
frustrated idealists who have come face to face with the dishonest,
hateful, cruel, greedy and/or criminal assholes of the world and found
them wanting. The cynic is usually the last one to realize that his or
her view of the universe has become, shall we say, tart, because for
the individual the process seems to be a logical, linear progression.
It usually starts some time around puberty, when one’s natural
rebelliousness begins to manifest itself anyway with such heartfelt
statements as, “It’s my life and I’ll do what I want to!” To which
one’s parents respond, “No you won’t, either. Now mow the goddamn
lawn.” From there it’s a straight line to Cynicville.
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