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Archive for the 'General Interest' Category
I can’t believe I didn’t have this on my own calendar. It really is one of the best pop tunes ever recorded. It still sounds wonderful today.
I would give you the last week of my life if you allowed me to listen to this song on the last day of my life.
Ticket listeners will know what that sentence above means.
The whole list is great. A sample:
10) Can more fairly present both sides of controversial political issues in Minnesota, that of the Democrats and that of the communists
This continuous drumbeat of obvious overreach by the government is depressing.
I’m posting this because everybody else is, and well… it’s funny.
It is nonsense on stilts to think of this person as any other than the man known as Bruce Jenner.
For those of you that read Sailer, it really is funny that Bissinger is the journo on this article.
Heh… This could be me writing. Although the bit about being around the internet since the 80’s would be an exaggeration. I started this page to work on writing and to learn internet technology. I imagine that in some small way both skill have improved. From The Z Blog:
Years ago I found Mencius Moldbug and decided his thing was probably not for me. The main reason is I am not sitting around reading 16,000 word blog posts. I’ve been doing this internet thing in one fashion or another since the 80’s and I’m not easily impressed. In the early days there were a lot of young males thinking they were going to change the world. They’re old men now and the world has not changed. That and I’m not much of a joiner.
Do go read the whole thing.
Just look at my blog roll category labeled “The Stuff I Check Regularly,” to see what I mean. Heck you can through the “Economics” section in there too, as those guys post on a wide range of stuff.
From The Selvedge Yard, we get some info cool new shirts:
But wait, there’s more!
Also from the Selvedge Yard, Busty Betty Brosmer:
The guy at The Selvedge Yard, Jon Patrick, is a great chronicler of the Southern California I remember as a kid living there in the 60’s and 70’s.
1. Sometimes it’s this way, and sometimes it’s that way.
2. The data are insufficient.
3. The methodology is flawed.
As I’ve aged, I’ve come to embrace this sort of thinking about all the arguments I was so certain of 20 years ago. It is too bad that those that make policy have not learned any humility in their approach to problem solving.