The Message Column
Well, it's September, the first day of Autumn, and it's a good time to set up for the coming season, get rid of some unwanted or unneeded things, and to fix up the interior spaces, cleaning the corners of cobwebs, scrubbing the sink and the tub (more than usual)
We shed that which is no longer useful, helpful, or desired.
What does 'clean' even mean? I know I don't like dust and cobwebs. I know that I like to not have bad smells. But also, as time goes on, we forget to dust. So dust isn't say it's not safe or healthful, as long as you don't desturb it. And no-dust is an impossibility. And grumbling about it . . . is . . .
It's just a Summer Shower. It'll pass in an hour.
11:12 PM Sept 4, 2018
Work on what has been spoiled. But what about those who pretend that there isn't a problem?
And a stadium sized fuel-cell bubble-house that floats off towards New Brunswick.
And a New Brunswick sized fuel-cell bubble-house that floats off towards a distant galaxy of light.
I'm sorry for letting myself draw out my rightgously indignant 'how absolutely dare, you sir' inner trucculence absolutism.
An old proverb:
Those who say do not know. Those who know do not say.
read it, done with that.
Justice is the Water that feeds the thirst of all anonymously!
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Is it obvious parody or News or both?
Vote Once One Vote here is a fresh link, a new path to some older content:
Knocker-blocking the content of those who you think oppose you just marks you, the censor, as being a faithless and untrustworthy weasel unworthy to serve in the governance of human institutions.
Tell us how you really feel
Today is primary day. I am unenrolled though I still get to vote. It wasn't simple to find information on the few candidates for which I needed to make a selection. I had a few thoughts on how the Internet could do a lot better. There needs to be a much better method to find political information that searching through radio station archives, or trying to find candidate data through the compromised search engines. We all thought that was what all the tech was supposed to be, that the networks, the social networks, were going to create a kind of new democracy.
So they built it. They ran a few elections and let it be open. Then they say 'this is the new way to find the facts and info' and then they knocker-block (not really censoring, but the effect is the same) the content of those with whom they disagree . . . and think that the election is going to be fair this time? We call BS on them. At least I do.
Enhancement of process. But any 'improvement process' that is only from one corner of politics, ie from the academic leftist, is bound to become a failure and a cuckoldry. (a place where institutional dementia reigns).
So go vote. Pull a ballot. Do the research first. See how broken it's gotten trying to find information on candidates. Even if you don't find anyone to vote for, go and pull a ballot and put it into the slot empty, if you must, just to show the process handlers that we are all still here.
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Do not respond to the quasi paranoid larpers and their constant shillpost banter!
August 12, 2018
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