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I, Pencil

“I, PENCIL” by Leonard E. Read, Founder, Foundation for Economic Education Nearly 10 years ago Imprimis featured a reprint of a 1958 essay called simply: “I, Pencil.” We continue to believe that it is one of the finest defenses of the free market ever written and have reprinted it again here. It is an essay […]

Wake-up Call

Benghazi Truth It’s past time for a wake-up call.  The Huffinghton Compost is a liberal propaganda rag.  I’m sick of them spewing their bullshit messages to the unenlightened masses.  Benghazi happened.  Mistakes were made.  Americans died. Questions need to be answered.  Here’s a few of the questions that I have; Why were repeated requests for […]

The Day I got $850 Internet ScamBucks

Ok, so I’ve been meaning to write this down for a while.  We’re having network problems here at work, so it’s time to get this done.  Back in July/August last year, I was selling a couple guns that I did not need anymore.  I managed to sell one with no problems, then I get an […]

Benghazi – The Cat is Out Of The Bag

Ok, our liar-in-chief has finally been found out as someone who tried to hide the cause of the deaths of 4 Americans including an Ambassador in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 so he could continue to run our country into the ground.  No one died when Nixon did his lying two-step to try to get […]

Anthropogenic Global Warming. A Fact?

Anthropogenic global warming/global cooling/climate change is in no way a provable scientific fact.  Before heads start exploding, let me explain.  Scientists estimate that this planet is between 4 and 6 billion years old.  The first thermometer was created in 1709.  We have actual meteorological data going back 150 years. “The idea that weather forecasting could […]

Phishing Scams – They Suck (but you can still have fun)

They do suck, but you can still have some fun with them.  First of all, a few pointers on spotting Phishing scams.  No reputable company will flat out ask you for personal information in an email.  If something is up with your account, they will tell you to log into your account to check on […]

Grabbers (movie review)

I just watched this on Netflix and it was pretty good.  It’s just about equal to Tremors in terms of campyness and special effects.  The gore is PG-13ish.  There is plenty of cussing, but this being an Irish film, it’s mostly ‘feck’ and ‘bollocks!’ with the occasional ‘shate!’ thrown in here and there.  The basic […]

Thoughts from Brony-dom

When my wife first told me about ‘Bronies’, I was shocked and a little disgusted.  I asked Lisa “You mean there are actually grown men who are fans of My Little Pony?”  I remembered the cheesy My Little Pony cartoons that my little sister used to watch in the 80s/90s.  They, like most Saturday morning […]

The Typo Propensity Over Time Issue

There is a phenomenon that I would like to document.  That is the tendency for typos appearing after a paper, email, letter, etc. has been written and proofread several times before committing to the final document (i.e. letter/email sent, item published publicly or any other means that shows the document to the world or a […]