This one almost cost me a keyboard

So there I was, minding my own business, reading the comments to an article on Breitbart, when all of a sudden the above showed up in the thread. The “older ones” crack made me snort, with a mouthful of coffee, mind, which set me up for the kill shot of the “younger ones” crack. Luckily,…

A really good comment by rogerthatokay

I had to keep this because it is just so good! It provides a really great memory tweaker for the list of horribles we survived under the tyrant, Obama.   This is from a Breitbart article by @jeff_poor wherein Jennifer Rubin, WAPO, is the “myself” in the following: rogerthatokay • an hour ago “There is a…

Wishes. Horses. And me.

I really wish I could find the paper I wrote for an American history class I took in 1988. I wrote this 100 page (yes) paper as a mini-thesis, of sorts. As I was doing a double major in computer science and economics, I would never again have an opportunity do such a heavily-researched, academic, writing project. So…

Hey, Bloomberg, what’s up with this?

  Written November 29, 2015. I don’t know why I marked this post as Private. Public as of today. I was on Drudge looking at headlines, and saw a link called “Rove moves to block…” I thought that sounded interesting so I clicked on it. This is what I saw: “How odd,” I thought. “Isn’t…

SIRIUS

Dr Stephen Greer presents a compelling case that the people of the world are being systematically denied advanced energy and propulsion technologies that are capable of transforming Earth into a planet of abundance for all AND enable mankind’s admission into a galaxy of space-faring civilizations.

Lord Monckton says something interesting.

A long and wide-ranging interview with renowned climate scientist, Lord Christopher Monckton. Topics cover the gamut from the politics of late 2016 and thorough discussion of the current climate change controversy.

Also contains some instructions for fixing the audio qualtiy using a browser extension

Another great song …

The video is cool, too.     It uses a very impressive (however familiar) technique. I’m really glad the technique is being reintroduced to a new generation. Well, it was released in 1997, so that new generation is now kinda long in the tooth; still and all, they keep the technique alive. And to me,…