Ah, Ted. I still remember our first time. Your head was bobbing and weaving, either from exhaustion or a severe hangover, and I was on the tail end of a long journey for the internet’s latest filth. I was immediately drawn to the shit streaks on your face, and the hairy duct tape chunks dotting your cheeks, no doubt remnants of a losing battle with genital warts.
Shall I continue? The unkempt hair. Your piercing, yellowed eyes and half-paralyzed face told me you were a worldly man with much wisdom to share. My intuition served me well. This guy not only provides valuable insights into the human psyche, he entertains you while doing it. There’s no dry-as-twice-digested-dog excrement here. You know, the kind of writing you’ll find in Socrates, Kant and other droll bums like that. Pillman cuts through the rhetoric of stuffy old men and gets right to the core of what is important. Below are a few examples of how Pillman sums up the insights of the world’s greatest thinkers in simple songs belched to the melody of a cheap Casio keyboard.
“If thou desire the love of God and man, be humble; for the proud heart, as it loves none but itself, so it is believed of none but by itself; the voice of humility is God’s music”
Behold, God’s music:
On Chastity and Lust
The examples go on and on. Stop by Pillman’s YouTube page and check out his brilliance.