Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Well-known geniuses and not-at-all-paranoid-goatfucking-lunatics like Joachim Hagopian will help Trump expose the truth about Satan and John Podesta and their pizzas gate. The most exceptional intellects in America are on the case, and with Trump's leadership, justice will be done.
Giordano puts the fathead in fatuous. He's off his meds, and the Hillary disaster has finally undone whatever shred of sanity to which he had been clinging. I guess Sanders won't have to fear facing him in his next primary...
Gizmodo. Who knew? But this is really good. Wicked long but not boring, and written with just enough of a hey-look-at-me-ma-I'm-writin vibe to make it go by quicker. Hill woulda been fucking perfect in the Trump administration. Jesus.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Monday, December 5, 2016
By Ray McGovern. Petraeus is truly one of those risible stooges of modern American history, so beloved by a certain class of establishment fool. In other words, he's perfect for Trump!
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Hampton would have been 68 years old--if he hadn't been murdered by the government. What might Fred Hampton have done with the 47 years to truly make America a better place? We'll never know, but America needs to talk way more about Fred Hampton and the other visionaries who were assassinated because they threatened to hold America to a higher standard of freedom and equality.
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Friday, December 2, 2016
Certainly this flick was way better than the two ginormous radioactive turdbombs J.J. Abrams inflicted on humanity, and it plays out like a long tee vee episode, but Star Trek Beyond was beyond dumb. Not sure it made any sense why the Federation would put their largest, most comically advanced, pointlessly ostentatious, and crucially important--as well as remarkably undefended and hopelessly helpless--starbase on the border of completely unexplored, and hidden-by-spooky-nebula, territory. I also don't see how the Stacker Pentecost guy had access to a technology which completely overwhelmed Starfleet's flagship in seconds. And if Pentecost was able to somehow hack into the Enterprise's logs from so very far away, why wasn't Yorktown able to use any sensors or scanners or probes to find out what the fuck was hiding out there? Why didn't they try? Did the enemy ships even have warp drive? They were so tiny. What were they using for power? The technology of those swarm ships seemed completely out of place in Star Trek. Shouldn't the deflector shields on the Enterprise have scattered those ships away harmlessly? Wouldn't a couple of full-yield photon torpedo detonations have turned that swarm into subatomic particles? Once Pentecost made it into the starbase and was running around, why didn't they transport him into space? They showed some goofy alien using a transporter earlier in the flick, so it would have saved everyone a shitload of trouble if they'd just beamed him out into space to die. The whole exercise looked and felt like a rushed placeholder, a cheapo quickie run out there as fast as they could because they had to. Still, way better than anything Abrams has ever done.
John Wight on the Castro beat. He does a pretty good job of pushing back against the inane propaganda promulgated by the US for all these years. Castro's Cuba was not another Haiti or Dominican Republic.
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Good bike, fun bike for a kid, but kids grow and I think we may have seen the last season on this bike. It's running a mix of Shimano 10-speed stuff since I got it as a frameset without the Tiagra stuff it usually had and is working really well. The geometry and is pretty good, considering, the white with pinks is neat, and if I could get the next larger size, I'd do it no question. Not available of course, and the newer Orbeas suck ass. Still, I wish I'd had bikes like this when I was a kid.