Monthly Archives: August 2016

It’s a Puzzle

And people wonder from where ideas like this could come: The Alt Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children. Item: The State University of New York, Binghamton, has come under fire … Continue reading

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In Ignorantia, Veritas

That is, in ignorance, truth. A couple quotes. The first is a teaser because it doesn’t really include the context and sorta doesn’t make sense but is actually pertty damn perceptive: [snip] to establish yourself as on a higher moral … Continue reading

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Reservations

From Seinfeld: JERRY: I don’t understand, I made a reservation, do you have my reservation? RENTAL CAR AGENT: Yes, we do, unfortunately we ran out of cars. JERRY: But the reservation keeps the car here. That’s why you have the … Continue reading

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Three Hypotheses

From that “cranky old Derb” (via Vox Day), a long and very interesting piece regarding black riots in general and specifically those most recently occurring in Milwaukee and also Cedar Rapids (IA). There’s so much that is quotable, I’d like … Continue reading

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I’m Sure They’re All Exaggerating

From Iowahawk: You know why Lasik eye surgery costs less than an emergency room splinter removal? Lasik isn’t covered by insurance. Or Imagine your Vet bill if your dog/cat was “insured”. Or, for the really dense: Imagine how expensive your … Continue reading

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Maybe It’s Just Not That Difficult

From this tweet (but, I assume available elsewhere): Stupidity is a more dangerous enemy of the good than malice. One may protest against evil; it can be exposed and, if need be, prevented by use of force. Evil always carries … Continue reading

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Ha-ha, Only Serious

Every so often Vox will write the equivalent of a “tack on a chair” post that is based on some facts with a conclusion intended to provoke. He usually does it with those phony inter-generational conflicts, and this variation is … Continue reading

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Clueless to the Very End

One of the things that has bothered me of late, over the past few years, is how resistant to reality various (groups of) people are. Hillary supporters, of course, but especially those who support unrestricted immigration from third-world countries. In … Continue reading

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OK, I Admit It; Hillary Has One Accomplishment

I mean, beyond marrying Bill: Continually escaping prosecution for crimes that would put everyone else behind bars. You know the drill: laws are for little people.

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Ah, Now I See

Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that you’re stupid and make bad decisions

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