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Create, Don’t Consume

Creation without consumption leads only to death. […]

What Makes A Modern Cat Different From A Medieval Cat?

I came across the issue of Modern Cat magazine shown below in a bookstore yesterday. It brings several questions to mind:

Are there such things as post-modern cats?

Does anyone not know how to pet a cat?

If people don’t know what kind of cats they have, can a quiz help them to overcome this […]

Federal Hate Crimes Activity: A Speck on the Edge of a Dime

In the first decade of the 21st Century, there was a great deal of hubbub about the declaration of “hate crimes” in national politics. The argument at the time was that federal hate crime laws were needed to protect the American population from acts of violence motivated by prejudice.

Federal arrest data released by the […]

How to Make People Think More People are Killed with Hammers than with Guns

It is demonstrably untrue that more people are killed each year with fists and hammers than guns. The FBI’s Crime in the United States Report expanded homicide data in Table Number 8 (source | source) demonstrates that firearms in general kill many more people than are killed by blunt objects (clubs, hammers, etc.) or the […]

John Hagee Speaks: Apparently, Shame isn’t Biblical

You’re Pastor John Hagee.

You’ve just spent over a year shooting video after video making prophecies . You’ve been making big profits selling over a million of your CDs and DVDs and Books declaring that by the lunar eclipse of September 27, 2015 “Something is About to Change,” something big that you declare in […]

Should The U.S. Government Try To Control Use Of Social Media By Terrorists?

Radicalism can be an ugly thing or a beautiful thing, depending on its content, but whatever it is, it isn’t the business of anyone in the federal government. […]

Parry! Riposte!

Political banter should be scored somehow, maybe as they do it in fencing, maybe as they do it in the Olympics. An exchange like this should be given a special name, like “triple salchow”:

Delayed Visual Gratification on Pluto, In Parts

PC Magazine says that the reason we’ve had to wait so long for high-resolution pictures of Pluto is, “in part,” because Pluto and the New Horizons craft are so far away from Earth:

“Pluto is super far away. Like waaaay super out there. It’s so far away that we’re still—months after the fact—receiving pics shots […]

You Say Advertisement, And I Say Sponsored Content

Companies could, instead of playing Yavli’s cat-and-mouse game with ad blockers, work on creative ways to communicate in authentic ways with consumers, without advertising. Of course, that would require the companies to develop some understanding of cultural authenticity. […]

You’ve Got to Wonder What His Definition of Marxist Is

My definition of MARXIST is a global mesh of leading-edge platforms.

My definition of REVOLUTIONARY is the efficient restoration of goal-oriented technologies in B2B market relations.

My definition of the VANGUARD is a dynamic cultivation of performance-based assessment standards.

My definition of RESISTANCE is futile.

My definition of BULLSHIT is vmware.


Republican Politicians Can’t Deal With The Public On Their Own, Admits Prosper Group Corporation

The kind of idea the people at the Prosper Group can come up with to help GOP candidates who don’t understand what voters are going through: Slap a bunch of commercial messages up on social media sites. […]