Monthly Archives: January 2018

Cooking With Lard

I notice these things. I was watching Infowars live broascast yesterday, and they were showing a spoof  black-and-white Twilight Zone that they’d put together. Compere Owen Shroyer played a big role in it. He seems to be quite a good … Continue reading

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Golden Voices

I was pleased to see a new (2017) video of Thomas Sowell yesterday. I read somewhere a year or so back that he’d retired, so it was an unexpected pleasure to see him again. I’ve begun to think, of people … Continue reading

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Cultural Vandalism

We live in a time of rapid change. One piece of technology is replaced with another, with almost dizzying rapidity. Perhaps it’s happening too fast. I had an experience of it early in life, when I was living in the … Continue reading

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Non-Equilibrium Thinking

A thought experiment. Imagine you are holding a ball. It could be a football or a baseball or a beach ball or a tennis ball or a golf ball. Even a balloon would do. It can also be any colour … Continue reading

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In Revolt

I’m in revolt. I’m in revolt against top-down government control. Specifically, I’m in revolt against smoking bans – which are almost invariably imposed by governments on their peoples. In fact, I’m in revolt against all sorts of other similar, government-generated … Continue reading

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Obsession

Hat tip to Rose, for this continuation of yesterdays’s thread. Explicit cigarette-style warnings of the link between drinking and health conditions such as bowel and breast cancer should appear on the labels of alcoholic drinks, a charity has suggested. The … Continue reading

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Please Label Everything As Carcinogenic

Something I noticed while reading Legiron: I’m hoping that they really do label everything as carcinogenic. Not just cigarettes and alcohol and fast food and all the usual suspects. No, everything. I want to see paintings and sculptures and buildings … Continue reading

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