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February 11th, 2013

I must say thank you to everyone who has posted comments here. You are too nice, especially the things that said you are to me.

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iTunes Sucks

December 10th, 2012

I pad good money for a 64 gig iPod Touch. I should have had a bonfire. The iTunes software really, really sucks. I see why my kids do not like their iPhones. I can’t right-click and choose to synch? And I can’t set individual settings for each podcast? Hubris such as this deserves death.

RIP, knowing that no one is the be-all, end-all of existence.

OMG! iTunes is Crap!

November 25th, 2012

I believe that should be more than enough.

And Amazon Cloud Drive uses Java, the most useless security hole devised by mankind.

I’m Mad, too, Eddie!

November 14th, 2012

I’m back (maybe) and I’m already tired of the election whining. To those on the right, move on you stupid putzes. You lost. Most of the citizens of the United States care about each other. The rest of you are selfish turds who need to be flushed down the toilet.

When you try to secede, there is at least one PATRIOTIC American who will be more than happy to put a cap in your loser ass.

So move on or piss off.



June 23rd, 2010

Just upgraded to WP 3.x.y and noticed that my Amazon linkages are broken.

Oh well. No one will ever be here to buy stuff, so it doesn’t matter.

The Great Gate of Kiev

June 23rd, 2010

Why is it that the Total War series always cheats the closer you get to winning? I’m not a strategic genius at the military level, but I can make some decent strategies to make my country one of the strongest.

Currently doing Empire: Total War as the Russians. I took over several of the required provinces without much trouble. Just build a big army and squish them. Then keep the province happy. That is the challenge! And the CPU provinces will trade provinces left and right for a pittance. Unless you are supposed to have them. Then, only war will earn the province.

Stupid game. The CPU should just learn that, sometimes, it loses. Or I will have to teach it with a hammer. A 3-lb sledge-type hammer.

Someday I will write about the 15-lb sledge team-building exercise. It was a blast!

History Never REPEATS!

June 20th, 2010

Dahlia Lithwick on civic courage.

Yet another reason we should all learn history from multiple points-of-view, not just the one spoon-fed to us. If you aren’t willing to defend your opinions or accept the pressure of espousing an unpopular view, then do you really believe that? How many thousands of Americans have died at the hands of other Americans, sticking to their beliefs?

Go forth and learn.

(Don’t you like what I did with the title? Repeating off another post dealing with the same subject, showing how those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it??

History Never Repeats

June 17th, 2010

“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.”
–“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”

So. The Kid is out of school for the summer. Got good grade in History. But not real history. Only the kind of useless junk you learn in school. Which is funny because I’ve been reading some more in-depth history lately. Richard Ellis and his books on the Founding Fathers. James Lowen and his Lies books (currently on Lies Across America, which is about the veracity of historical markers across the country (and listening to “Think” on KERA).

How can we know where we are going if we don’t know where we’ve been?  We can’t.  That is why we keep arguing about the same stuff, decade after decade.  We get behind other countries and, suddenly, it is important to teach real science.  We get ahead and start coasting and psuedo-science shoves itself in and we fall behind again.  We get some measure of equity between the wealthy and middle and lower classes, then we get complacent and the Robber Barons return.

So remember, school is there to indoctrinate your children. It is your job to educate them.

Magpie to the Morning

June 15th, 2010

I are back to annoying myself and no one else.  Can I keep it up?  Who knows?  I’ve been having some fun doing some other web-projects, so maybe this will become a regular use of bits and words.

Not even the Shadow knows.