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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European Roundup

As its peoples turn their back on it, how long can the EU survivee? ZeroHedge Macron interview: French would have voted to leave EU: In an interview with BBC’s Andrew Marr, Emmanuel Macron admitted that he would lose a French referendum on … Continue reading

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Plus ça change

There was a debate in the UK parliament on the EU Withdrawal Bill yesterday. During it one of the MPs fell asleep, it seems. It summed it all up nicely. And that’s the only thing that seems to have been … Continue reading

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Arrogant Manipulative Busybodies

Hat tip Joe L for this report: The FDA plan is two-fold: drastically cut nicotine levels in cigarettes so that they are essentially non-addictive. For those who can’t or won’t quit, allow lower-risk products that deliver nicotine without the deadly … Continue reading

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