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By | March 18, 2019

We have all these dystopian stories where people compete in contests of wits/skill to continue living and we don’t connect that to people performing their pain online to avert a death sentence via GoFundMe. The dystopia is calling from inside the house. — Bree (& 🐕🐕) (@mostlybree) March 15, 2019 Indeed. Someone averred that… Read More »

Weight of Responsbility

By | March 18, 2019

Death of the calorie. The article is not that bad, as such articles go, but the diet advice that most people get truly is. But to clear one thing up, factually speaking, if you eat less than you burn you will lose weight. I know because I did it so don’t tell me anything else.… Read More »

Every All

By | March 17, 2019

Following this literal 🙈🙉🙊 advice is great for helping Rush Limbaugh get away with promoting the lie that this white supremecist was actually a leftwing eco-fascist — Nils Gilman (@nils_gilman) March 16, 2019 I’ve been completely astounded lately by the liberal “censor everything, report on nothing” approach to the Christchurch massacre. What do they… Read More »

Math Obsesssion

By | March 16, 2019

Having gone through both a science and literature degree, I can confidently say I forgot 80% of the science I learned but English lit taught me how to think and that will stay will stay with me forever. My time would have been better spent focusing more on English #university — Megha (@lefthemisphere9) March 15,… Read More »

Pale Horse

By | March 16, 2019

It’s no surprise that young people are the ones most interested in protesting inaction on climate change. Many of the ones you see rallying are going to be killed by climate change, directly or indirectly, and they know this all too well. The olds don’t care; they’ll be dead before climate change hits the hardest,… Read More »

Ex Spurts

By | March 14, 2019

This is great example of why you absolutely cannot trust experts. This guy is using his expertise to obfuscate and to walk right up to the line of prevarication without quite crossing it. He claims the automated Boeing MCAS system just modifies pitch trim. But this if the system is working expected (no sensor failure).… Read More »

Ivy Poison

By | March 13, 2019

Glad this admissions scandal has got people talking about the mediocrity of the ruling class, but…uh, you could have just looked around. — Matthew Sitman (@MatthewSitman) March 12, 2019 The first time I was around more than a few Ivy League types, I was excited! I thought, Finally, around my people…smart people who can hold… Read More »

Stats and Avoidance

By | March 11, 2019

How to know if you’re booked on a 737 MAX 8. Pertinent info is at the bottom of the article. I am not very good at math, so take this as you will, but going by the in-service time and crash rate vs. the in-service time and crash rate of other similar jets, your chance… Read More »


By | March 11, 2019

“We now have the tools to grasp the collision in all of its destructive complexity: what is unbearable is that economic and social inequalities have reverted to the preindustrial ‘feudal’ pattern but that we, the people, have not. We are not illiterate peasants, serfs, or slaves. Whether ‘middle class’ or ‘marginalized,’ we share the collective… Read More »