Standards by Michael Hooten In my day job, I’m a test engineer. Specifically, I create electronics to test other electronics. At work recently, I have had an ongoing… debate. Yes, I think debate is the right word. Because my boss told me to look at a test and think of some ways to improve it. […]
If you’re looking for racism in the immigration debate, look to the Democrats who are projecting against Trump’s race-free words their own vile race hatred.
Vassar Bushmills (First published in 2010, then cut from the original website when the new editors realized I was talking about them here, which is an indicator about the youth-cult in conservatism is faring.) Underneath the hotel I always stayed in Bulgaria is an (unlicensed) Buddha Bar, where the [Read More]
Source: Rules for Innocents
Lately I’ve been seeing some posts “blaming” millennials for this or that business tanking. However, that’s not now it works. Once upon a time companies made money making bustles. Then fashions changed and look, nary a bustle manufacturer in sight. Oh, there are a few out there, mainly folk supporting period re-enactors, but it’s a […]
Frank Luntz likes to point out that what matters is not what you say, but what others hear.
Source: “Both sides are bad”
To us, Hitler was a monster
To Lenin and Stalin, he was an amateur.
To Mao, he was just so adorable!
In the Holocaust, the Nazis killed about 11 million people. In the Holodomor, just one of the many atrocities Stalin committed, over 12 million were starved to death. Mao basically said, “Hold my beer and watch this” and killed between 49 and 78 million people, most of them within a single four year plan….
…if you engage in violence to shut down verbal opposition, however vile you may think that opposition, then you are the fascist, whatever you might call yourself.