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Comment kick in the teeth (Score 1) 197

Kick in the teeth was the expression that orwell used to define that dystopia, "the government being a permanent kick in the teeth to the people". And that is as mediocre performers as the governors can be with their fairy tales of omnipotente dragons that stand in the way of freedom.

Comment heavy = weight ? (Score 0) 360

In the title your use the word heavy, it could be a freudian slip that already provides the answer, has heavy means overweighted, think cartman from southpark playing wow, then correlation does not imply causation and therefore people could be getting depressed of their asses being nailed to a chair.

"What people have been reduced to are mere 3-D representations of their own data." -- Arthur Miller