Browse By

Category Archives: Irregular Ideas

No Thumbnail

A Petition For Planetary Liberation

These are dangerous times. The Cobra Resistance warns us that “there are forces within the banking establishment, military-industrial complex and also on the non-physical planes that do not wish humanity to be free. They have stolen our money. They have poisoned our food. They are

No Thumbnail

The Spoiled Milk of Dreams

This morning, just before I awoke, I dreamed that I was an assistant in a scheme to fraudulently pretend to make shipments of milk over to China that were actually made, selling the milk here in the United States instead, while counting that milk as

No Thumbnail

You Great Big Samsung Rebel You

You are a rebel. You are such a big rebel that you don’t even know what kind of rebel you are. You just rebel against… stuff… by perpetrating a sort rebelliosity… involving pouting your lips. Why, if you weren’t so busy tapping the screen of

No Thumbnail

Bill Clinton and Project Bluebeam

Yesterday, a reader named Jamie visited our article about Homo capensis conspiracy theories. Homo capensis is supposed to be a species of big-brained alien-human hybrids that hide behind the scenes, pulling the strings, enslaving Homo sapiens. Jamie agreed that the Homo capensis idea was quite

No Thumbnail

Are Bison Predicting A Yellowstone Volcanic Eruption?

This morning, over at the right wing conspiratorial web site, Before It’s News, they’re predicting that the Yellowstone National Park could soon see massive earthquakes, and perhaps even an eruption of the Yellowstone volcano. Such an eruption would be a very serious event, killing 90

No Thumbnail

Ironies

This weekend, the Ending Spending Super PAC reported spending almost 100,000 dollars to influence a congressional election in North Carolina. I read last night that a fellow named William Empsen wrote that there are seven types of ambiguity – not six or eight. What ironies

No Thumbnail

Argument From Oliver Wendell Authority

“Taxes are what we pay for a civilized society.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes, U.S. Supreme Court, 1927 So said the long-serving, widely respected Supreme Court justice. Can’t you just hear that basso profundo. Cast James Earl Jones for the reenactment. Cast Morgan Freeman. “It would

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?