Back in the Olden Days, there were media organizations in print—and later radio and TV—that sought to inform the populace—ever imperfectly—about shit going on we'd have otherwise not known about but for their investigative and publishing prowess.
...Somewhere along the way, the left and Democrats bought off all the big ones, like any decent mob boss would. The brilliant thing about ...
Unlike the Main Pravda Media, I do not look at landline polls—nor the Main Pravda Media—so everything you are hearing and seeing is utter bullshit, contrived, and fraudulent in my view.
There is precedent. While I have completely called the winner of every single presidential election since Carter-Ford, 1976—when I was 15-yo—I have never said by how much. I even called both the CA recall of ...
Mundane media bias is so yesteryear.
One benefit of the intact Soviet empire back until the early 1990s is that it provided a clear contrast between state-controlled media and what was relatively distinctive in the west. For some reason, the existing hard-state media control in places like China and North Korea don't seem to interest Americans that much—"they're Asians," or something. But the ...
I bought a new flat panel TV last weekend to replace my old 50" Sony Projection High-Definition TV that's now 14 years old, has always worked fine, and for which I paid a hefty $2,500 in 2002. That's $3,350 in 2016 dollars.
I actually would have been fine with it. It's in the lower level entertainment room here at the cabin and since there's an LED HDTV in the upstairs bedroom, there's not ...
Stupid, but this is marginal feminism.
Milo Yiannopoulos does good job schooling a local NAACP Chapter Fat Butt. Worth the 4 minutes. This is why I call him the next Christopher Hitchens.
He's very good.
Moving along, it took days for me to even comment on the Donald Trump Tape (on Facebook, from which I've been suspended, again) because I found the whole thing so lame. If you're my ...
This is truly amazing. 43 seconds.
I trained myself in tail draggers, three different Citabrias. Did all the short-field and soft-field drills, but never anything remotely close to this.
I've done similar in hang gliders—but their stall speed is on the order of 13 mph.
Do note very closely on the landing, the rudder action. What he's doing is flying basically in a total mush. Half of ...
In a world where everything is everything and the kitchen sink, it sometimes serves us well to do the basics.
I'll save a tomato sandwich for next week, but here we have a most basic, simple grilled cheese.
It takes three elements:
The rest is technique.
The white bread is lightly toasted, minimum setting. Pop!
So that the butter doesn't roll ...
Beatrice loves this photo I took Saturday night at my Brother's compound a couple hours up the Gold Road—Highway 49—up to Placerville, CA, FKA Hangtown.
Nikoley Family Octoberfest.
There's two black kids, and Richard uses c-words and n-words. What?
...If you don't understand, it's only because you're stupid.
Let me give you a hint. Those two black girls are sisters. They ...
Karl Seddon, the sole manufacturer of Elixa Probiotic, in comments on this post, about the upcoming Tribal Prebiotic.
"After a few weeks of not eating them, I eat a huge bowl of them. Hilarity ensues. The next day, I have massive gas despite normally eating over 100g/day of fiber. Then it’s gone. I can eat as many beans as I like with no gas at all. Until the next time I go ...
For 30 days, this time
It was about a year ago that I got my first suspension. It was for a day. Facebook sent me to bed without dinner, essentially.
Can't recall what it was about.
Sometime later, another suspension. Mommy said I'm grounded for a week, this time. Bread and water.
Smooth sailing, since. Months upon months of free rein and range, unencumbered—saying the most outrageous ...
Busy for much of the day, yesterday.
Booked 5 of my contract 30 weeks, yearly, for a dentist in the midwest who heads an association of dentists. He needed five more rooms for a week in February. One Doc is coming from as far away as Australia.
Here's the place.
It's The Grand Solmar Resort and Spa, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Here are my listings, in case you want to snag a week for ...
Hillary Clinton will never be president. I have never wavered from this affirmation since 1992.
I see no reason to change, in spite of all the leftsists. Juxtapostition.
They know you're stupid. There is no other explanation.
You have no idea how literally worthless every one of them are.
Let's get this over with.
Alright. Am I done? ...
I have a history with the dude that goes back to about 2010, as I recall.
He popped up with a website, Evolvify, and wrote in a rather libertarian-anarchist manner, on some things. It took a while for me to understand that what he was actually talking about was more of a Trotsky / Marxist notion of anarchism, which has always been self-contradictory, as is anarcho-syndicalism.
That all makes ...
I could not be more pleased than to finally tell you about this, available soon, exclusively through FreeTheAnimal.com. It's from Karl Seddon, inventor and manufacturer of Elixa Probiotic, of which we've talked about so much over the last couple of years. It's Tribal Prebiotic.
You may recall that nearly two years ago—and after chewing on it for the year previous, and even collaborating with a ...
For those interested in a pretty in-depth, top-level treatment of both of these topics, this panel by Judicial Watch is worth it.
In response to the revelations about the pay-to-play scandal tied to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s non-state.gov email system and the Clinton Foundation, Judicial Watch hosted an educational panel discussion: “Clinton Scandal Update – Emails and the ...
It's the truth, and explains one hell of a lot.
Popped this into Facebook a couple of days ago. (I have since been suspended from FB for a week because I laughed at the n-word in the White House over finally getting vetoed over 9/11 victims being able to sue Saudi Arabia over their clear involvement. Yea, I know, N-word. Thing is, lots of "people of color" use it a lot. If they can, I can.)
I've published this image many times on this blog over years.
Here's a video.
Here's what I wrote on Facebook earlier today:
A very compelling video. This is outright nihilism, the utter destruction of burgeoning Enlightenment in its tentative, tender, formative stages.
Radical Islam is an enormous, global problem, now; fully unconfined, and it's squarely the fault of the left ...
A few days ago there was a New York Times article that made low-carbers palpably giddy and vindicated: How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat. I was so amused seeing all the high-five references throughout the sphere, I didn't even bother to read the article itself.
Until this morning.
The documents show that a trade group called the Sugar Research Foundation, known today as the Sugar ...
Last week I published Everything You Believe About What Paleoman Ate Is Way Wrong. That post was based on some research identified by Alex Leaf in: Eat first, share later: the foraging habits of Hadza hunter-gatherers. After the interview portion of that, we delve into what Alex's nutritional recommendations are, which might surprise you.
You can read both of those posts for any background you ...