Donna Riley, Ph.D.: Only white hetrosexual men are capable of rigor, competence, and intense effort ...
The Clown Quarter Now Has An Engineering Division
... women, racial minorities, and pansexuals are incompetent, unrigorous, and indolent.
To combat this scourge, we must throw off this inequality and unfairness, allowing incompetent, unrigorous, and indolent women and racial minorities to flourish. Because next time you are in a car wreck you don't want the safety features engineered by white heterosexual men who are bathed in rigor, competence, and effort, no, you want them engineered by incompetent, unrigorous, and indolent pansexuals, women and racial minorities.
I think she is being hard on the women, racial minorities, and pansexuals but ...
This is exactly how long women want sex to last
Women, I don't know, wife, I do, she wants it to last till she can make it across the end line, then add enough time to get me into the end zone. I think we've hit the mark about 99% of the time, over the past 36 years which I think is reasonably good, which leads to wife's nickname, old automatic.
FBI Edits To Clinton Exoneration Go Far Beyond What Was Previously Known; Comey, McCabe, Strzok Implicated
Under Obama, it played for Mordor, and the forces of evil. Sadly, the evil minions remain in power.
95-Year-Old Marine Fights Burglar, Daughter Chases Him Through Town
"An alleged burglar got more than he bargained for when he entered the Wisconsin home of a 95-year-old former Marine and his daughter.
Fred, a World War II veteran, says his dog started barking and alerted him to someone breaking in through a back door of the West Allis house on Dec. 4.
“I was almost standing nose to nose with him. That was a shocker,” the veteran told the Journal Sentinel. Fred added that the robber threatened to kill him and his dog if he didn’t hand over his wallet.
“I wasn’t scared. I was so damn mad,” the veteran of the war in the Pacific told reporters. The 95-year-old was able to wrestle alleged burglar, Gary Wells, to the ground before the homeowner’s daughter ran downstairs to help fight the thief off.
Fred’s motivated 51-year-old daughter Mary then took off after Wells, chasing the burglar for six blocks before catching and holding him for police. “I was mad because of what he did to my dad,” Mary said. “We jumped over two fences and ran through 12 yards,” the Marine’s daughter added.
Mary eventually caught the crook after the 53-year-old’s leg got caught on a picket fence. “It was just reflexes. I guess it rubbed off from my father.'"
Best Christmas story so far this year!!!
Semper fi, Marines.
How House members quietly sidestep harassment claims
These people are out of control. Time to reassert some control.
The CIA on Climate Change
"Trying to provide adequate world food supplies will become a problem of over-riding priority in the years and decades immediately ahead — and a key role in any successful effort must fall to the US. Even in the most favorable circumstances predictable, with increased devotion of scarce resources and technical expertise, the outcome will be doubtful; in the event of adverse changes in climate, the outcome can only be grave. . ."
In the Damond case, Mike Freeman says the waiting is not his fault
The prosecutor is searching for a reason not to charge this police officer for what appears to be a slam dunk second-degree murder charge. The officer should be cut loose from the force and taken before a Grand Jury. There is little doubt that on this evidence any Grand Jury would charge the officer. The officer should then be tried and if convicted face serious time in prison.
The Police Department also needs to have a come to Jesus on exactly how it is choosing its officers. This man was not qualified by temperament to be an officer. Whoever is making the hiring decisions is incompetent, or the policies the individual is using are inappropriate, or both. Change is needed, regardless.
We need to realign the incentives to even the poor Senators like Marco Rubio are pressured to do the right thing
Senators Rubio and Lee Threaten to Sink Tax Bill Over Child Tax Credit - Mish Talk
As it sits, Congress is an orgy of special interests because special interests offer so much graft and corruption to the politicians. Blockchain and crypto-currencies will be one mechanism which breaks the hold government has over individuals, and allow us to realign the incentives.
Net Neutrality Isn't Neutral At All | Kyle S. Swan
Frankly, I don't remember the post-Net Neutrality years being better.
"Look, I’m just a philosopher, not a tech analyst or economist. But I hope to have at least convinced you that this is one of those policy debates that’s not about ends, but means. Whatever side of this you’re on, it’s quite probable that the people you’re demonizing want the same things you want."
Net Neutrality is a stupid issue, and anyone becoming inflamed or threatening about it is an idiot.
"Actually, the early 90s internet is a strikingly accurate picture of the worst dystopian fears of net neutrality advocates who want public utility regulation for ISPs. Then, we purchased access to the internet by purchasing access to content centers, like those curated by CompuServe or AOL. These ISPs only provided access to their associated content, forum sites and users. The wider world of the web was essentially blocked. Over time though, and pretty quickly, ISPs came around to the current model where they provide genuine access, and along with FAMGA, et al., some content, apps, and other services, as well."
The early internet tried to stifle access but found that doing so just drove customers away. I find it difficult to believe that any entity in a free market would be able to survive by selling limited access. Of course, the problem is the local governments want to limit access since that gives the local politicians power and access to campaign financing from the benefited businesses. The solution is not to federally regulate but to force the local governments out of the internet ISP regulation business altogether.
5 Things I Do To Stay Sane While Paying off Massive Debt
Stay the course, and do what you can to help other young people understand the difficulties and vicissitudes of debt. As a parent, my advice has a limited affect, while yours will have a deeper, broader affect.
While the Frugal Millennials story is galvanizing, others are shocking. My $200,000 college debt is like a growing cancer | Jennifer Billock
I Am the Student Loan Crisis at Its Ugliest: I Graduated and Found Out I’m $200,000 in Debt