Category Archive: Commentary

Nov 05 2013

Election day all over again


Time is definitely going by faster as I age. It seems like only a couple of months ago that we were electing a President and now it’s that time of year again. There are a number of interesting races worth following, starting the VA governor’s race between Terry McAuliffe and the Cooch. This should be …

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Sep 26 2013

Last call & closing time

Thanks for the donations folks. This is my last bleg for now, unless something lucky happens, I’m sure it will be right back for the Holidays. For those who’ve asked, I’ve secured a physical address and posted it in the first comment below that is safe to send written checks or money orders to. Address …

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Sep 25 2013

A sad sign of the anti-science times

My parents were thoughtful. They dutifully stimulated my interest in reading and especially science and math, as a youngster. One of those gifts was a subscription to Popular Science magazine when I was barely ten-years-old. I can still smell the fresh glossy pages and feel the excitement of a future they implied; even the ads …

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Sep 11 2013

The bin Laden scheme


As we dutifully remember the events of Sep 11, 2001, it’s useful to tell the short story of Osama bin Laden and why he orchestrated the attack. That terrible day may seem fresh in our minds, but in the next Presidential election there will be people voting who don’t remember it. There’s a lot of …

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Aug 22 2013

The white power paradise beckons

If there’s one thing white supremacists agree on, it’s white supremacy. But one proactive North Dakota real estate and hatred developer is doing something about it, like getting all these lovely individuals together in one place so they can agree even more:

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Aug 16 2013

No aliens in Area 51


  What X-phile wouldn’t have wanted it to be true? A massive government plot to conceal hard proof of extraterrestrials, including advanced alien technology and by some accounts even the preserved bodies of same. Where grays meant something far less mundane than Civil War reenactment uniforms. Alas, a new a release does not confirm Agent …

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Aug 15 2013

Obama should apologize for rodeo clown episode?


There is no joy in Teaville, the mighty clown has struck out. See, a few days ago a rodeo clown donned a less than flattering Obama minstrel-like mask and proceeded to get the audience all riled up with the help of announcers at the idea of stomping him into the dirt. Teatards know whose fault …

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Aug 10 2013

As expected …

The job prospect I mentioned last week was looking great. It took place this last Wednesday at 10 AM, I showed up looking sharp, hair perfectly, freshly cut, wearing business casual as advised, a nice color coordinated sport jacket over new slacks and polished shoes which fit and accentuated my newly rebuilt, honed down, buffish …

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Jul 22 2013

An economic experiment

It’s no secret around these parts that I’m looking for a real-life job with better pay and more advancement opportunity. I just saw exactly such a job with a great company, the physical site is very close by — I could almost walk to it. The qualifications include familiarity with online commerce, strong customer service …

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Jul 20 2013

Tale of Caution

As long as we’re talking about relationships, one of the things I look for these days, right off the bat in any prospective relationship, plutonic or otherwise, is a pattern of evasiveness. Can that woman answer a simple question, like ‘do you want to go out this weekend?’ Most girls can answer that, they may …

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