What Makes an NPC?

The “NPC” meme first came on the scene a few years ago and grew in popularity.  It’s been used to describe people who do not think for themselves or make their own decisions, and is something quite often used to mock liberals by the alt right. Below is a different take on the NPC meme … More What Makes an NPC?

Letter from the Dog

A Japanese man came across a moving notice in the neighborhood.  Surprisingly, the letter is from a dog: The notice roughly translates to: “Dear grade schoolers, thank you for always calling out my name when you walk by.  I’ve moved.  Please continue to be gentle, animal loving people from now on! Take care Wendy (aged … More Letter from the Dog

Thoughts on “White Privilege Training” and “Critical Race Theory”

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”

The Killdozer Saga

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