More Transgender Histrionics

Too ridiculous for even the Twilight Zone… Actor John Cleese was recently excoriated on Twitter for saying that he still did not understand what the deal was with trans people. He is 81 years old, and he is unable to get his mind around it — the concept of ‘transgenderism’. For context, note that as …

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Thoughts on the Election – 2020

“The role of declaring a winner of a presidential election in the U.S. falls to the news media.” — The New York Times Really? Since when? For those who do not know, it doesn’t matter what the news media says. The election is not over until the results have been officially certified by the states. …

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Notes on Men and Fathers in Society…

This is from an interview I listened to last January of Denise McAllister at the studio of Eric Metaxas in New York. It is about 18 minutes in. This was so well said, I thought, that I scratched it down. Maybe a few others will find it meaningful as well. “This is why we now …

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Stop Being So Afraid of Everything

Tucker Carlson mistakenly believes that we pay the Congress to “run the country.” Like hell we do, and we should put an end to this ignorance as quickly as possible. We absolutely do NOT want, need, or intend to have a group of people made up largely of CRIMINALS and SOCIOPATHS running this country. WE …

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Sovereignty – Who is Your Sovereign?

Did you know that in 1860 the majority of people in the Northern States acknowledged the right of the Southern States to leave the union if they chose to do so? Whether they wanted them to or not, it was understood to be a voluntary union. Like being married. So if my wife leaves me …

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Racists and Homophobes Welcome Here

I saw a sign in front of a small business that said “Racists and Homophobes not welcome here.” Now if you feel the need to publish that, what does that say about you? If I was running a small business I think I would put up a sign that said “Racists and Homophobes welcome here, …

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Contagion 2011 – Predictive Programming

I finally watched the 2011 movie Contagion a couple nights ago. Talk about predictive programming. This explained a conversation I had with someone this last spring. They said they knew this plandemic was monstrous bad because they had seen that movie. I have to wonder though, just how bad is a “pandemic” when you have …

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What’s Going On? – Marvin Gaye – 1971

 3:51 – Motown Records – 1971 Mother, mother There’s too many of you crying Brother, brother, brother There’s far too many of you dying You know we’ve got to find a way To bring some loving here today, hey hey Father, father We don’t need to escalate You see, war is not the answer …

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Mistaking Indoctrination for Awareness

Today’s food for thought… I have friends and family members who look forward to becoming digitized zombies in the New World Order, and that’s great. “The world will always need ditch-diggers,” a friend of mine’s father once said, not necessarily as advice. Society will always need order-followers, those who do not spend too much time …

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“It’s not for me to judge”… more nonsense

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, 79 people were shot over the July 4th weekend, resulting in 15 fatalities. Yes, 79 people. Let that sink in for a moment. Resulting in fifteen murders. Eleven of the victims were minors, and two children died. One of the victims was a 7-year-old girl who was shot in the …

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I Have a Dream…

Many people are upset about a picture of “Aunt Jemima” on a label, but they haven’t given a damn for years that what’s inside the bottle is high fructose corn syrup. Mindless. All flash, no substance. I went to the Aunt Jemima website to get a list of the ingredients in their syrup… INGREDIENTS: CORN …

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Mass Outrage – Government is Not the Answer

“We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…” — Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood; 1939 It is no secret how Margaret Sanger felt or believed about eliminating the “black weeds” as she called them. So how come the ‘peaceful protesters’ are not burning down all the …

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Muslim Wants to Celebrate Against Homophobia

Daniel Haqiqatjou is a relatively popular Muslim apologist in America. He recently tweeted that in celebration of the International Day Against Homophobia they should throw some gay people off some tall buildings. “Fine,” I thought, in support of Islam. Maybe this is wrong, but who am I to judge? He was roundly criticized for this …

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Random Thoughts – Riots Compilation Post

a compilation of short posts to spacebook earlier this week… Last year 9 unarmed Black Men in the United States were killed by Police Officers. (Only 2, by the way, were apparently NOT resisting arrest). Using this statistic, the risk of an unarmed black man being killed in this country by a police officer is …

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Random Thoughts – Calculus vs. Toilet Paper

this was another extemporaneous post last week to spacebook… I copy it here for whatever it’s worth… It’s funny, is it not, how every generation thinks it is smarter than the one before. Yet still no one knows for sure how they built the pyramids. Newton invented Calculus centuries before toilet paper itself was invented. …

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Engaging the Beast – Artificial Intelligence

I have read that the majority of comments on YouTube are bots (artificial intelligence). Isn’t that neat? You might keep this in mind if you ever choose to engage in the dialogue. Sometimes I wonder how many of my Facebook friends are bots. Sometimes I wonder even if I am. 🤔😎😉🙂 I think we are …

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Civil Society – Following the Amenities

An impromptu post to spacebook last week, copied here. Not particularly deep, just food for thought… There was a saying years ago that if you were not important enough to miss a phone call then you were really not very important. I have thought of this every time the last twenty years that I have …

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Truth is Whatever We Say It Is…

They forbade you to open your businesses. They told you what you could buy and sell, and where. They made it ‘illegal’ to go to Church. They arrested you for daring to protest the Governor. They denied your children graduations and proms. They told you NO wakes or funerals for your departed loved ones. They …

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The Broken Window Fallacy

The Parable of the Broken Window was introduced by French economist Frederic Bastiat in his 1850 essay “Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas” (“That Which We See and That Which We Do Not See”). He illustrates why destruction, and the money spent to recover from it, is not actually a net benefit …

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Read a Book

Jerry Seinfeld once asked his friend George why he kept books that he had already read. George’s reply: “Because they’re my BOOKS!” Book lovers all over the world were vindicated with that simple explanation. Being one of those people myself, a friend sent me this last evening. A reminder to get away from your computer. …

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Minneapolis Riots – Some Random Thoughts…

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says rioting is okay if it’s directed at the police. If you ever had any doubt who this man works for maybe this will help clear it up for you. (hint: it’s NOT for the people, and it’s NOT for law and order.) “The masses have never thirsted after truth. …

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Lowering the Speed Limit to Save Lives

It is known that the motor vehicle fatality rate in this country would be massively reduced by lowering the national speed limit to 35 MPH and eliminating all personal travel. Still, some people resist this, and that really burns me up. What about human life? What about the danger they pose to others by their …

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A New Paradigm – Look Forward

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” — Buckminster Fuller Those who traffic in force will often try to make this difficult, but the paradigm still stands. Keep moving forward. Keep your eyes on the prize. And remember, the means …

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