Despite advances in surveillance technology, there are still places where older tech are still deployed, and even preferred:
The start of a devious new Christmas tradition? Perhaps the young lady is onto something here.
When a routine political event is now treated by the common people as an incoming disaster, you know there’s something seriously wrong with the country: The DC area is not the only location reported to be preparing like this, either. This is actually pretty sad – it’s the first time in my life when I … More Disaster Preparedness
With another major election coming up, it’s good to have a small reminder on why the system is set up as it is, imperfect as it can be sometimes:
An anon poses an interesting theory, and a simple method to determine whether a person might be good or evil: The shopping cart is the ultimate litmus test for whether a person is capable of self-governing. To return the shopping cart is an easy, convenient task and one which we all recognize as the correct, … More The Shopping Cart Theory
Sometimes, all it takes for one to change their views on matters in life, especially extremist views, is for one to be on the receiving end of said views:
When social distancing goes just a touch too far; although much can also be said about people’s ability to adapt.
Next time you’re looking for an obvious example of the media distorting the truth and trying to manipulate people’s view points, look no further than this simple headline: This is a screen shot of a headline on CNN on probably the third night of the demonstrations/protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I guess when they chose the … More Fiery But Mostly Peaceful
Activism is nice and all, but perhaps even better when aimed at the proper targets.
When it rains, it pours – one man’s descent into increasing amounts of trouble after his marriage: