Tesla Announces the Cybertruck

Tesla has just announced the Cybertruck, an electric-powered utility vehicle to be available in three models priced at US$39,900 (single motor rear wheel drive), US$ 49,900 (dual motor all wheel drive), and US$ 69,900 (tri-motor all wheel drive).  The range varies between 250 miles (400 km) for the least expensive model to 500 miles (800 km) for the most expensive.  More details are available on Wikipedia.

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The Bias That Dare Not Be Named

The mainstream media is suddenly aware that Mayor Pete has a problem with black people. And they have a dilemma with that.

Since a Quinnipiac poll of Democratic voters in SC came out a few days ago showing Pete Buttigieg’s support among blacks at zero — as in “Zip, zero, nada” — the MSM have been scratching their collective skulls trying to fathom out why, as well as prescribe a cure.... [Read More]

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NYC’s Homeless Children

There is an interesting pictorial story about homeless schoolchildren in Tuesday’s NY Times. It covers two kids, a boy and a girl.

The story is written by Eliza Shapiro, a young woman who against all the odds managed to land a position with the Times, strangely enough where her mother has been employed for decades. What a weird coincidence in our meritocratic days!... [Read More]

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If Courtrooms were like Congress

Bailiff: Raise your right hand. Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God? Oh, and I should have told you: if you have any trouble locating your right hand, just let the court know, and we will recess until we can get you some help.

Witness: I…I….... [Read More]

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Economics Uber Alles

I’m trying to understand some logic. Maybe I just don’t get it. I mean, I’m weak on economics… however, I think it’s a lot to do with modern economics simply not being logical. There are assumptions that just don’t fit together.

For instance, the concept of state intervention is bad and horrible if the government imposes protective tarriffs on an industry or regulates or trust busts. The economy should be allowed to succeed or fail on it’s own merits. If it can’t afford to compete… it dies.... [Read More]

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How Long until Legacy Site Endorses Buttigieg?

It must just be filling them to the gills.    It’s all they can do not to just run up and blurt out their support for Mayor Pete, and I don’t mean just for the D primary.  The same supposedly “conservative” poop-hole that supported Hillary against Trump would certainly have no trouble writing a five-paragraph essay detailing in just-so terms why they cannot possibly support that charlatan Dona – … hey where did everybody go?

They’ll come out for Pete.

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No *** November

I don’t want to flag any algorithms, so I want to keep it clean. I have said in the past that I like to see what the kids are up to so that I am aware of youth culture. My daughter thinks this is weird but I will have the last laugh.

Anyway, there is a new thing, that young men online are doing called No Nut November. Basically, it is for young men to agree to stop watching porn and doing the activity that goes along with that for the entire month of November. If they fall off the wagon, they have to pledge to put up this coomer meme as their avatar. It is an online accountability community. This is awesome. Online porn is a plague to society and has done a lot of damage to young men, and women too. So this kind of online support mechanism to help men break their porn addiction is a great development.... [Read More]

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The Next Bog Thing

The Dems know they’re losing the impeachment battle. I wasn’t sure of that before, but now I am, because we’re witnessing the metamorphosis of their attack.
Has there ever been such a brilliant sobriquet for the entrenched bureaucrats of the deep state as “The Swamp”? Cuz you see, the river god, Proteus, from which we get “protean”, had the following MO: he could change form with dizzying rapidity, transforming in the very grip of his adversary from, say, a man, to a slippery, writhing eel! That often achieved his goal of escaping the mortal who had grabbed him. Which people kept on trying to do, because, if the adversary held on until daybreak despite the unnerving and rapid transformations, Proteus had to “prophesy”, meaning he had to surrender some boon or some important piece of information to his dogged adversary. Something TRUE. They’d hang out by bodies of water, rivers, streams, even marshes (swamps) at night, waiting for him to emerge, they’d brave the awful struggle, fight with a god! just so they could get this precious nugget of infallible wisdom.

Yesterday the Dems’ allies in the media began the metamorphosis. They’re readying us for the idea that Trump must be removed from office because of mental incapacity. I saw one headline: “White House Doctor Says Trump May Have Suffered a Series of Small Strokes”. Oh my God! I was almost shocked into loosing my tenacious hold on the monster’s tail—until I read that this “White House doctor” was B. Hussein’s physician, and a prime advocate of Obamacare. He hasn’t been anywhere near Trump. And today Newsweek has a long article that an “anonymous source” (him again!) in the WH says Trump has trouble remembering things he’s said. Oh, y’mean like poor demented Slimy Jim Comey? ... [Read More]

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Made in the USA by Americans

One of the most glaring changes from moving from SoFL to NoFL (South Georgia) is the lovely surprise of the socio-demographics of the residents. This is not only about my neighbors who are both quiet and inclined to live among natural wildlife and mind their own business, the community also refuses to install sidewalks, street lamps, allow motorcycles or even golf carts. In other words, the key word is serenity.

As with every new home, nothing ever gets done specifically right so today we had to replace our front door entry hard wear because the head designer (“Mr. Dennis” – my husband) did not get what he wanted. Complaints? No. Profuse apologies? Yes.... [Read More]

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