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Fast Food

Tucker Carlson (57.05): If you start to think that it’s okay to inflict group punishment on groups, isn’t that the whole lesson of the twentieth century that that’s wrong, that that’s a cul-de-sac that ends in bloodshed? Of course he … Continue reading

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No Pictures Posing With Hats

No pictures posing with hats??? Whatever next? It’s a new hieroglyphic language: crossed red circles around depictions of prohibited acts. One day the 10 Commandments will be translated into it. Or maybe the 10 Commandments will be replaced by a … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson Recovers at Chequers

Boris Johnson discharged from hospital and will continue recovery at Chequers Arthur Lee donated the Chequers estate after discussions with the then Prime Minister David Lloyd George. Lee noted a new type of politician was emerging, one without large country homes to … Continue reading

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Nothing Crazy Happening

Reported as “crazy” and “weird”: #1 Armies Of Locusts – As I detailed the other day, swarms of locusts the size of major cities have been devouring entire farms in Africa in as little as 30 seconds.  These swarms have also been … Continue reading

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Conservative Websites

Steve Turley has a list of conservative websites that he visits regularly. I’m a regular visitor to Breitbart and ZeroHedge now that I’ve become somewhat conservative, so it could be handy to have a few other sites. Here’s a copy … Continue reading

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Playful Ideas

I think playfully. I like to have fun with ideas. I don’t take them too seriously. I think that if you take ideas too seriously, you’re likely to get stuck in them. My theory of ice ages is one of … Continue reading

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Bizarre News Items

About the first piece of news I saw today: Lawyer dies after being shot when gun being used as evidence is dropped in court Couldn’t someone have made sure it was unloaded before bringing it into a crowded court? And … Continue reading

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Another Explanation For Hawaii

For the past two years I’ve been developing an idea about how ice ages work. It’s a very simple idea. And the very simple idea is that when large areas of the surface of the Earth get covered in deep … Continue reading

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Were The Pyramids Artesian Wells?

I don’t want to think about Brexit. And I bet you don’t want to either. … So instead I’ll think about the Pyramids of Egypt. Several interesting things about the pyramids at Giza: First, they all have long causeways, with … Continue reading

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Hurricane Dorian

I’ve been taking some interest in the Category 5 Hurricane Dorian, which passed over the Bahamas yesterday, and is expected to turn north thereafter. Even though it’s the biggest storm for years, nobody seems to have been killed by it … Continue reading

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