A simple comic: I know this comic probably meant to refer to things like personal habits or perhaps tendencies shared by a particular culture. But the same thoughts and logic can be applied to the issue of governance – what is the most popular form of government in today’s world? How did it came to … More Monkey See, Monkey Do.
A very insightful treatise on Critical Race Theory and the racial based shaming that comes riding on its coat tails from Daniel Concannon, a public education employee who formerly worked in the Manchester school district in the state of NH. This is an issue that this man was willing to resign from his job to … More Thoughts on “White Privilege Training” and “Critical Race Theory”
There’s an increasing number of reports of horrifying side effects from the covid-19 vaccines. Below is one. The woman involved went from smugly mocking her brother for refusing the vaccine to worrying over her child’s life: Even if one does not conduct in-depth research into the vaccines being offered, the fact that they were developed … More Blindly Trusting the “Experts”
Maybe culling all those feral cats wasn’t such a good idea, Australia: In Australia’s defense, if you pay close attention to government policies and politics in general, most western countries seem to operate in a similarly shorted sighted manner.
Story time for people that don’t understand how metal-backed currency works! Long ago, metal was money. There was no paper currency, only metals. Holding all your wealth in metal in one place could be dangerous, and banking was born as a business to hold and protects metal on behalf of others. You would take physical … More The Rules of Money Magic
Three days ago, 6/4/21, marks the 17th year anniversary of the Killdozer rampage that occurred in Granby, Colorado. For those unfamiliar with this, below is a pretty decent summary of the events that transpired, whereby a single American man modified a humble bulldozer into a homemade tank, and the destruction that followed: Closer up picture … More The Killdozer Saga
Despite how corporations always harp about the importance of leadership and teamwork, there are certain sorts of leadership and teamwork they’ll stomp out like a rhino stomps out a fire: The woman’s facial expression in the third panel is the best.
A quick treatise on what happens when the news transforms from a public utility to a commercialized product: I’ve posted on this a number of times before, but it is important to remember that in the age of the internet, the news media is a PRODUCT and not a UTILITY. For a majority of human … More When the Media Turns Into a Product
Midwits – Those who are just smart enough to be taught to be fantastically stupid. The rise of the internet has helped this particular subset of mankind to spread and gain influence. Much of the crazier recent sociopolitical trends have midwits happily serving as their foot soldiers. Below are some observations a rather insightful person … More Midwits
An interesting little essay on how the concept of Racism has taken on a supernatural level of existence akin to the Devil in the psyche of many who lives in western society: Modern society may be officially materialistic, but this doesn’t stop humans from having immaterial experiences. Some of the most potent immaterial experiences are … More Racism and the Devil