StoneToss: Episode 90 (Special Edition 7)

I am once again apologizing for getting this post out late. In other news, this post marks the 100th overall post of the blog (all non-StoneToss posts counted). Interesting, innit? Anyways, I sometimes remember to Tweet blog news and updates on my Twitter. I sometimes take other people’s money when they subscribe to my Patreon. Enjoy this special 90th edition of StoneToss Is An Idiot.

Sickos.

Comic Name: Bug Chaser
Description: Inspired by coronavirus.
Mouseover: Sickos.
Image Name: germophobe-comic.png
Originally Published: 2/3/2020

What The Comic Is: An offensive gay caricature wearing an HRC t-shirt looks strikingly sick and meekly, with red pox and dark bags under his eyes. He points towards AMONGUS who is wearing over-the-top personal protective equipment, accusing them of being a germophobe. For some reason, this is occurring in China (as evidenced by the Chinese flag in the background).

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Being infected with STDs is part of gay culture loll.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Ah, StoneToss. Before he became a Covid-denying lunatic (or even more of a lunatic, rather) he was serving up awesome shittakes like this. The gay man is wearing a Human Rights Committee, a UN-crerated organization that attempts to oversee the implementation of human rights in the USA and beyond. Naturally the HRC is pro-gay rights, which means StoneToss desperately hates it.

“Bug Chaser”, “Bug Catching” or “Bug Collecting” are all terms referring to sex (typically, but not limited to, male-on-male sex) where one or both parties attempt to spread STDs (typically, but again not limited to, HIV/AIDs). StoneToss loves to joke about homosexuals getting STDs, because homosexuals sometimes acquire them from sex. StoneToss is immune to this, however, because he’s probably never had sex before, and thus he firmly views it as other people’s problem. Calling all homosexuals “bug chasers” is a common derogatory.

In this case the joke is that the corona virus happened and StoneToss is somehow inferring that protecting yourself from a virus is kind of like being a homophobe because gay people all like to collect viruses and you know what if it takes two and a half fucking paragraphs to fully explain your stupid joke, maybe your stupid joke just fucking sucks?

Cooomrade.

Comic Name: Pinko Commie
Description Name: I wonder what his pronouns were: (StoneToss then posts an image of a Soviet propaganda poster depicting a traditionally handsome man brandishing a hammer and sickle as the shape of Soviet Premier Vladimir Lenin looms in the background)
Mouseover: Cooomrade.
Image Name: fat-commie-comrade-comic.png
Originally Published: 2/13/2020

What The Comic Is: A fat, neck-bearded offensive gay caricature wearing a dirty hoodie, complete with lip piercing and holding a pride flag, gazes up at a Soviet propaganda poster depicting the Soviet’s ideal “working man”. The offensive gay caricature smiles, considering himself a comrade to the man on the poster.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: The USSR was generally homophobic, ergo, gay people can not aspire towards communism.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: This is literally probably the tenth fucking “LOL PEOPLE WHO LIKE THE IDEA OF COMMUNISM IN THE MODERN DAY ARE REALLY DIFFERENT FROM SOVIET PROPAGANDA XDDD” comic StoneToss has drawn. Yes, StoneToss, we all love your unique and original idea that no one (especially not yourself) has already done and said a hundred fucking times before.

Yes, a gay fat person would probably not have been tolerated very well if they were living in the USSR. Yes, propaganda posters are propaganda posters. No, there is not some inherent hypocrisy in a gay person being pro-communism. So the most this comic is capable of saying is “haha some gay people idolize a regime that wouldn’t have wanted them”, which is maybe a valid point to make once, but StoneToss has to cling extra hard to this because it’s almost the only real point he’s capable of making. He knows this, which is why he’s constantly milking the same stupid fucking comic.

In StoneToss’ safespace, gay people idolize the romanticized imagery of the Soviet Union, oblivious to the fact that they likely wouldn’t have fit in very well in the real Soviet Union. In reality, whether or not a certain gay individual is or is not aware of the stance that the USSR (and the stance of Marx, Lenin, Stalin, etc) was primarily homophobic is really not the point. The point is that you can agree with and desire to work towards a society that operates on communistic ideals but without the homophobia. StoneToss, surprisingly, stops short of trying to directly equate “communism = homophobia” (though this is only probably because StoneToss can’t stand the thought of something he fundamentally hates, like communism, falling within his own views, like homophobia). So StoneToss weakly sticks to boring, mass-produced knee-jerks, like “ur fat but the ideal depiction of a ussr citizen isn’t fat lolololl”.

The BFG 41,000

Comic Name: Groom Eternal
Description: (A YouTube embed of the original Doom track At Hell’s Gate, expressing that even if StoneToss is a pathetically hateful, stupid, lonely and miserable cunt, he still knows which Doom songs to post)
Mouseover: The BFG 41,000
Image Name: doom-slayer-story-time-comic.png
Originally Published: 2/19/2020

What The Comic Is: Drag queen Xochi Mochi reads to a group of children while wearing their now-infamous “demon” makeup. Doom Guy walks in, without a weapon, easily being inferred as if he’s there to join the reading session.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: XOCHI MOCHI LOOKS LIKE A DEMON11111111111111

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: I often point out StoneToss’ status as a religious fruitcake. Sometimes, people argue that StoneToss is not in fact a deeply religious person outside of his StoneToss persona, and that appeals to religion are merely “acting” or “playing into a base”, ala Trump. Look, I get why people do this. It’s not fun to think someone like StoneToss is legitimately adherent to your religion or that he’s using portions of it to justify his beliefs. It’s an easy handwash to say “Naahhh, StoneToss doesn’t mean all that religion talk, he’s just putting it on as an act…“, but if there’s anything that should convince even the most skeptical onlooker that StoneToss is indeed a religious fruitcake, it is his absolute obsession with Xochi Mochi’s ‘demon’ makeup. He never shuts the fuck up about it. Xochi Mochi became a real hot topic among hardline religious politicians and other bigots, and StoneToss is no exception. He’s referenced specially Xochi several times before and after this comic, and it’s always always playing into the “demon” thing.

Google “Xochi Mochi Christian” and you get dozens and dozens of articles written by fruitcakes who are screaming and crying about the “Demonic influence” Xochi attempts to use in order to corrupt children, like these people genuinely seem to believe that Satanic influences, from actual real Satan, are at play.

But let’s talk about the art for a moment. The comic’s art. Look at panel one. Notice how Xochi is depicted as very benignly reading to the children? StoneToss doesn’t even bother to try and depict the children as uncomfortable or in danger, they’re just calmly being read to. Then Doom Guy walks in, no weapons, just a casual stance. StoneToss can’t even manage to depict this comic the right way. At the very least, it seems as if Doom Guy is going to murder a random guy for doing nothing visibly wrong. Good job, StoneToss. All you had to do was depict Xochi as cartoonishly demonic and harassing uncomfortable children and you fucked it up, because you’re an idiot.

The mouse over, “BFG 41,000” references the Doom weapon “BFG” (short for Big Fucking Gun, or maybe Best Friend Gun depending on who you ask), as for exactly what “41,000” reference, I honestly have no notion. Whenever I don’t quite understand an obscure reference in a StoneToss comic, I will look at the comic’s comments and usually someone there gives enough context to better understand what’s being said. All I see in this comic’s comments is a gay guy openly saying “I’m gay and I don’t support this!” and all of the usual StoneToss commenters insulting him/telling him to kill himself, lol.

Since I can’t find a context to 41,000, I’ll just make up my own. “41,000 refers to the number of brain cells StoneToss would have if you added 40,999 to the brain cells he currently has”.

You dropped this.

Comic Name: Divine Right
Description: It is my pleasure to have my work enjoyed by so many worthy Kings. Thanks for your support.
Mouseover: You dropped this.
Image Name: cancel-culture-comic.png
Originally Published: 2/24/2020

What The Comic Is: A man is pulled down the edge of a cliff by a swarm of grabbing arms. This panel is labeled “cancel culture”. In the second panel, labeled “king culture”, the man is pulling himself up the edge of the cliff, as a bejeweled crown is offered to him.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: People just need to “rise up” and overcome ‘cancel culture’.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Once again StoneToss tries to make a simplified comic and once again it’s difficult to understand. In this case, StoneToss is trying to compare ‘cancel culture’ to other forms of social injustice. Racism, sexism, etc., anything that is an inherently negative aspect to society, ‘cancel culture’ is placed adjacent to. It’s StoneToss’ way of trying to paint a picture where being cancelled for making racist comments or sexually harassing a co-worker is just as an obscene affront to justice and fairness as being the victim of racist comments or sexual harassment is.

But StoneToss probably isn’t stupid enough to actually think that (maybe). In reality, the double meaning of the comic is more like “just ignore cancel culture, you can be a KING”, which, given the context of why one would be targeted by cancel culture, translates out to “be a shitty person but just ignore it because StoneToss legitimately thinks racism and sexism is okay”.

I am all for a discussion on cancel culture sometimes going ‘too far’ or being used as an excuse to randomly bully people, but you don’t see any of that occurring at any legitimate level of cancel culture. Let’s use an example that people from the World’s Most Intelligent Website (Reddit) can perhaps understand.

A short while back, Dan Avidan, half of YouTube duo ‘GameGrumps’ and known better by his performance name Danny Sexbang, was implicated in some nasty personal bisnis. Sexbang was revealed to have been contacting fans of his work (mostly fans of GameGrumps) for sex, ghosting them afterwards and on a few occasions was alleged to having sex with fans that contacted him when they were only 17 (though all sex occurred after they turned 18). While Sexbang’s actions can easily be seen as slightly scummy and make him look like a creepy asshole, the allegations didn’t lead anywhere, accusers ended up apologizing and the whole thing very quickly and quietly blew over, only to be mentioned in basement-level GameGrumps fandom hangouts (like Reddit!).

Avidan didn’t need to ‘rise up’ against the tyranny of cancel culture. There wasn’t any. Sure, he got some shit for it and he’ll probably deal with it more in the future (especially if he continues fucking and flying with his fans). This is because, while cancel culture movements can be used to try and bully people on smaller levels, no one is suffering from life-shattering, career-ending cancel culture without good reason. Roseanne Barr was cancelled because she said something legitimately offensive, but further than that, often when someone is ‘cancelled’, it’s not exactly for their first offensive. Cosby, Weinstein, Barr (the former two actually being persecuted legally for what they did). In more “nerd culture” cancels you have voice actors Quinton Flynn and Vic Mignogna were both canceled in recent years for sexual harassment/assault allegations. Some people take all of these examples as “cancel culture gone wrong” and “people get canceled without even having a chance to defend themselves!”. People will argue we can’t just take allegations as fact and run with them, and this is actually true. Technically it shouldn’t matter who, or how many, people accuse someone of doing something wrong, it doesn’t mean you should legitimately believe they did that thing right away.

However, all of the aforementioned cases are different in that their misbehaviors were all known and basically open secrets for years. Vic Micnogna and Quinton Flynn weren’t suddenly canceled and fired from all their jobs because a couple of women accused them of being creeps. The industry and their employers knew what they were doing and had been tolerating it for years. So finally, when allegations finally come out and stick thanks to cancel culture, they both get quickly shoved out the door and the industry that knowingly employed them for so long can move the rug over it and pretend it had no idea about the multiple multiple-years-spanning allegations of misconduct. When Roseanne made a Tweet about Planet of the Apes and got fired from her show, it wasn’t cancel culture beheading someone for a mild first offense. Roseanne has said tons of stupid shit privately and publicly through the years, she wasn’t canceled by a horde of disembodied “SJW” tendrils into a pit of darkness. She just finally broke the camel’s back, and cancel culture awareness is what helped cement it.

So no, cancel culture has not become some perverted tool of the bloodthirsty masses to destroy and tear down KINGZ with lone allegations. When someone gets canceled, it’s almost always because they’ve gone on record to prove how they act in the past. They just kept getting away with it because movements like MeToo didn’t exist. So in reality, no one is being pulled down by anything other than their long standing and pre-established rap sheets.

Of course, there’s always StoneToss’ take on it. Be a shitty person, get canceled, choose to ignore being canceled because UR A KING AND U DROPPED THIS. StoneToss has perfected the art of living in his own little world, so I guess if that’s what you’re going to do in the wake of being revealed as being a shitty person, StoneToss is at least a great place to go in order to learn by example.

uhhh... MEOW?

Comic Name: Nein Lives
Description: All in good fun.
Mouseover: uhhh… MEOW?
Mouseover: right-wing-catboys-comic.png
Originally Published: 2/26/2020

What The Comic Is: An offensive gay caricature shouts “Homophobe!” at a man wearing a Nazi uniform. In the second panel, the Nazi and his very feminine trans girlfriend laugh and shrug off the insult.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: You can’t be a homophobe if you’re gay.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: So let me preface this by saying that StoneToss is being somewhat self-aware with this comic, and he’s been self-aware in the past. He’s making a joke that there are lots of self-styled Nazis who value things that the Nazi party was vehemently intolerant towards. But here’s the thing: he’s being really softball about it. StoneToss whines relentlessly about modern day socialists or communists who somehow do not live up to the past expectations of governments claiming to be based in socialism or communism. Like, he’s literally made around a dozen or more comics about it. Then he walks in here with some wimpy little ribbing like this and expects to be seen as someone who is totally BoTh SidEs (or at least ‘throws mud at everyone’, ala South Park or Family Guy any other legitimately edgy, but not harmful, humor that StoneToss tries to compare himself to).

On top of this it’s whitewashing of modern day Nazis by depicting them as people who, despite being called homophobic, are actually very gay themselves. If StoneToss were really trying to make fun of both sides, this comic would’ve been a trans woman Nazi gazing at a picture of Adolf Hitler or “The Perfect Aryan” and daydreaming about being alive at the Nazi Party’s peak, with the direct implication being that they’re foolish for believing the Nazi regime would’ve been welcoming of them. But StoneToss doesn’t do that, because he plays softball with Nazis because, well, StoneToss is deeply sympathetic to Nazis. Hmmm. Wonder why…………..periodperiod….dot…

On the other layer of “haha you cant be homophobic if your gay lol”, it’s completely possible for a homosexual or transgendered person to be self-hating and bigoted. Homophobia is not validated or excused just because a person in a homosexual relationship (or in this case a relationship with a trans woman) is homophobic. It’s also possible StoneToss is trying to make some dumbass statement that the gay person in the comic is immediately judging the Nazi as being homophobic just because they’re a Nazi, but this is so idiotically stupid it doesn’t bear going into. Wow, you can’t dress like a Nazi without being accused of being a Nazi. What a (((libtardz))) hellhole!!111 ohmg



WHEW. Sorry about the delay in getting this issue published. I’ve been rather involved with my new job, pls forgive me baby.

That’s 90 issues of this shit. Here’s looking to the last 10 before we hit 100. What an exciting and ultimately an intrinsically useless milestone! Wahoo!!!

6 thoughts on “StoneToss: Episode 90 (Special Edition 7)

  1. There’s another layer with the first one. This is a take/off of the racist ‘My ancestor!’ memes where a modern mixed-race ’Amerimutt’ looks at a statue of the Founding Fathers (or a modern African-American looks at a European-looking Pharonic death mask); implying they aren’t ‘really’ in the lineage of or carrying on the traditions of the ‘ancestor’. By analogy, he’s suggesting the modern doughy, dirty hoodie-wearing communist is just as unworthy of claiming the Soviet communist tradition.

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    1. I actually forgot to include this in the post, lol. I usually plan out a post and try to gauge how many paragraphs I’ll need (to touch on each different point I’m making) but sometimes (i.e., usually) I’ll end up writing too much and turning one paragraph into 2 or 3 and I end up forgetting additional points. Thanks for bringing this one up.

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  2. the “41,000” is a pun combining “BFG 9000” and the very commonly parroted “41%” trans suicide statistic

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      1. 41000 could also be a reference the current millennium that Warhammer 40k is in now, the 42nd millennium.

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