April 04, 2016
April 03, 2016
The Pen is mightier than the Sword, but Chalk defeats them both!
April 01, 2016
The Stanford Review has gone where no one has gone before. (I'm linking to Powerline's copy because it's nearly certain Stanford Review will be forced to delete the original.)
Ultimately, the only effective counterattack against SJW foolishness is the horselaugh. This is the first substantial shot I've heard of. Here's hoping it won't be the last.
It would have been better if written in chalk on Stanford sidewalks, of course, but you can't have everything.
March 29, 2016
March 27, 2016
Instead of doing a full preview, MetaNorn did a "Picks" post.
UPDATE: My current plan is one ep each of Onigiri, Netoge no Yome etc., Pan de Peace, and Hai-Furi, and then hope at least something good pops out.
UPDATE: Maybe I'll add Wagamama High Spec to that list. At least it looks like it might be a source of cheap thrills, what with all the main girls being top heavy.
UPDATE: So I guess my schedule is:
Pan de Peace Mon 4/4
Onigiri Wed 4/6
Netoge Thu 4/7
Hai-Furi Sat 4/9
Wagamama High Spec Mon 4/11
March 09, 2016
The electorate is furious. It's furious with Washington, Wall Street, hedge funds, big banks, lobbyists, fat cats in corner offices—all of them cutting special deals for themselves while average folks are left out. Voters know their real incomes are down. They know their retirements are in jeopardy, their kids are loaded with college debt, and everybody is looking at a tough job market. We are not in a recession, mind you, and employment is actually growing. No matter. All across the country, voters are saying, "We're mad as hell and we aren't gonna take it anymore.” That's why the most damning indictment this year is to be called an "establishment candidate.” The second most damning is to receive Mitt Romney's endorsement. If there was a ballot option for "tar-and-feather the lousy SOBs,” it would win in a landslide.
February 27, 2016
February 11, 2016
February 04, 2016
January 25, 2016
Don points to an idiotic advertisement in the Hollywood Reporter which essentially advocates censorship. Even though I don't smoke and have no intention of starting and don't want kids to smoke, I don't think censorship is the answer. Censorship is a bad thing.
Apparently censorship of movies is a big thing in the UK, and a guy named Charlie Lyne got tired of it. The BBFC (the censors) have committed to watching every minute of every film submitted to them, so Lyne raised about 6000 pounds with a kickstarter to create a 10 hour movie of paint drying. Which he has now submitted for certification.
This, of course, is a truly masterful troll.
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