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Showing posts from February, 2021

The March That Saved America

Most people know that yours truly attended the March To Save America (with pride) and I have enjoyed telling everyone I know the real story of what happened that January 6th Tuesday which was basically nothing - nothing much happened. It was all a gigantic LARP put on by Nancy Pelosi so that Congress could certify electoral college votes without hearing objections and proof of voter/election fraud. On January 6, 2021 the Capitol was used as the backdrop for a theatrical production determined to ReUnite We the People after JEB!’s loss in 2016 and the onset of the Cold Civil War. Winners often cheat to achieve victory and the demand that their competitor ignore the fraud and come together and accept the results. THEY would, but there will be #NoHandshake ​ for Mr. Potato Head and the ReUnited States of America is a dead republic.

Achilles and the tortoise

Parabola of Western Civilization If you've studied Zeno's paradoxes  then you've probably spent some time pondering the hypothetical illusion of time and space as described in the race between fleet-footed Achilles and the  dour, sullen, and unsmiling tortoise who, having been allowed a head start in the contest, is mathematically (logically) assured of victory. It's a real head scratcher for Deplorable Americans but educated Globalists understand the reasoning and accept the outcome without getting all hung up on the Truth vs. Appearance of its conclusions. Unfortunately (or not) any parable has the same limitations that are built into the structure of all narrative lessons because the start and end, like the race itself in this example, are set arbitrarily by the philosopher with the goal of making his point. In real life there is always something that came before and the story never really ends but, alas, humans only understand (if you can call it that) their world t

The Robinhood of GameStop

Born to Rumson I got my first PlayStation at the turn of the century and I cut my gaming teeth on Metal Gear and GTA - hell. I've got a copy of Red Dead (pre-redemption) - so I've not only got game but I’ve had game for a long time. I've also got three boys ages 25, 16 and 10 so our steadfast support of the Sony Corporation and their gaming console has been going strong for 20+ years and in that time we've played some of the great video games released in into the marketplace. In no particular order I'd like to call out a few favorites: Assassin’s Creed Black Flag - A pirate theme and that goes a long way in my book Lego Marvel Super Heroes - Very funny with a huge cast of characters Call of Duty: World at War (Nazi Zombie module) - high horror with great weapons and death Oh, I know, I know, there's a lot more. Endless entertainment and great story lines. 1000 times better than the best movie and all controlled by "you" - the guy holding the thing-a-mu