Frank Thoughts on Chip Chilla Being a Bluey Knockoff
Hey, you knock it off!
Once again, here’s an abridged, video version of Frank Thoughts.
Chip Chilla Criticism
So my show, Chip Chilla, is out (join Bentkey now!), and it’s maybe the best show ever. But The Guardian — a paper from a foreign country — is accusing it of being a Bluey knockoff. And now a bunch of other publications — including the New York Post which I used to write for — are accusing it of being a knockoff!
What?! Your face is a Bluey knockoff!
Sorry. Lost my temper. They attacked something I worked very hard on. I mean, it involved a lot of clacking at a keyboard, but that’s considered hard work these days.
Anyway, Chip Chilla is completely different. For one, it’s chinchillas, which are from a completely different order than dogs. Also, these chinchillas homeschool, while Bluey’s parents send their kids to school because they don’t love their kids as much as homeschooling parents. Also, you can understand what they’re saying in Chip Chilla because they don’t speak in those weird British accents.
Chip Chilla does involve a family of talking animals and has bright colors, though, which is something Bluey invented.
Another thing different about Chip Chilla is that there will never be a future episode where Chip needs to learn about alternative lifestyles. Can Disney and Bluey make that same guarantee?
Israel Committing Genocide
I keep hearing that Israel is planning to genocide the Palestinians. That’s awful! And the thing is, Israel has the weapons and capabilities to kill tens of thousands or more Palestinians instantly. But they haven’t done that yet. And you know why? Because they’re just that cruel. They know that even worse than genocide is waiting for the genocide. And they’ve made the Palestinians wait decades for it!
You see, Hamas isn’t like that. If they could wipe out millions of Israelis in an instant, they’d do it right away without hesitation. They’ll never tease you with the genocide; they’ll just go right for it.
So there was an explosion at the hospital. And Hamas said, “Israel did that! They’re finally doing that genocide! They killed hundreds — maybe millions — with their evil!” And the mainstream media was like, “Well, these terrorists rape, murder, and torture people, so obviously they’re going to make up for those failing by being completely honest in their reporting. Let’s print whatever they say without fact-checking it.”
But it ended up that assumption was wrong, and Hamas was lying! It was a terrorist rocket that hit the hospital! And it didn’t actually hit the hospital and kill hundreds; it just hit a parking lot!
And here I just was praising Hamas for how honest they were about genocide! I may have to rethink how I feel about them.
BTW, should maybe the Palestinians stop firing rockets at Israel to randomly murder people? I mean, it seems like a bad idea for a number of reasons. For one, murder is wrong. Also, they keep malfunctioning and killing their own people as often as they kill Israelis. Maybe they should cut it out. Just a suggestion.
Pro-Palestinians People Are Confusing
When all the Palestinian supporters were told that Israel did not in fact murder hundreds of Palestinians in a hospital, you’d think they’d be really happy, but instead, they looked really sad — like someone had given them a shiny new toy and then taken it away. Weird.
So there is still no Speaker of the House, though Jim Jordan tried really hard to be the Speaker. The problem with Jim Jordan is that the main thing motivating him is he feels like he’s constantly in the shadow of his older brother, Michael. You see, Michael is considered perhaps the greatest basketball player of all time, and even though Jim Jordan has gotten himself elected to Congress, he’s still nowhere near as famous as his brother. But Jim Jordan keeps saying to himself, “But maybe if I’m Speaker, mom and dad will love me as much as my brother!” But that’s not the point of being Speaker of the House. It’s supposed to be about helping the American people. Or maybe like running the House. Honestly, I don’t really know. I guess I could read the Wikipedia article on Speaker of the House, but it looks really long.
So some people are losing jobs for supporting Hamas after they murdered over a thousand people, and a number of the people on the left are like, “You hypocrites; that’s cancel culture.” That’s right; that is hypocrisy. How can you object to people being fired for old tweets but not speak up when people are fired for merely cheering on genocide? That’s like how some people were against imprisoning people for not getting vaccinated but never speak up when a serial killer is imprisoned. It’s just hypocrisy.
What’s coming? It’s Coming is coming! It’s a short story of mine that originally appeared in Shaper of Worlds: Volume III, for which I got paid — real money (well, Canadian dollars)! But now it’s going to appear on my Frank Talk Substack next week. It will be only for paid subscribers, as I worked really hard on it and deserve to get paid for it again. It’s a bit different for me: a fast-paced thriller. It’s about an ordinary housewife waking up on an alien planet and finding herself being chased by a world-destroying entity… and her day only gets worse from there. Hope you all enjoy!
More thoughts for all those cool dude paid subscribers — you’re what keep me going. I include some more thoughts on the accusation of Chip Chilla being a knockoff.