October Grab Bag

My first week back had me in the car most of the week, running around between Philly and Washington. I try not to do much driving these days, as the traffic in this area is the worst. In the DC area, people face two and three hour commutes that can turn into four and five hour commutes. The combination of having not driven much around here and having been driving around Denmark made for a striking contrast. Last night, I had close to four hours on the road before getting home to finish the show.

I knew I might get caught up in traffic, so I did most of the recording on Wednesday night. That way I would not be up all night if I got home late on Thursday. It was a good call as I got home around eight. By the time I stopped seething with rage, it was close to nine before I got started. I think if I had to deal with long commutes every day, I’d quit my job and find something else, even if it meant poverty. I used to have an hour commute and that was hell. I can’t imagine two and three hour commutes to work.

Sitting in traffic at some point, it occurred to me that parts of America may already be seizing up, as a practical matter. In Northern Virginia, traffic jams are pretty much constant during the daylight hours. If you want a quick trip in that area, it means doing it in the dead of night. That means the people spend more time in traffic than they do at home with their families during the week. That’s not living. That’s being a minor gear in a machine that is slowing grinding to a halt. Even bugmen have better lives.

Of course, here in Lagos, there are large swaths of the city that are off-limits to normal people, as a practical matter. That has an impact on traffic patterns. Roads that were never intended to have heavy traffic are snarled, as people look for a way to avoid driving through the ghetto, especially in the evening. That’s on top of the roads that were built for traffic loads a third of what they have now. The traffic is not as bad as some parts, but it gets worse every year, with no relief in sight.

I forget where I was, but I started to think about the last time I recalled seeing new road building in the area. Nothing came to mind. I then tried to recall the last large scale project on the east coast that was intended to ease traffic. The only thing that came to mind was the Big Dig in Boston, which was completed a dozen years ago. I may be all wrong on this, but I bet a politician could get a lot of votes by promising to build new roads and bridges, possibly even a big beautiful wall along the border.

This week I have the usual variety of items in the now standard format. Spreaker has the full show. I am up on Google Play now, so the Android commies can take me along when out disrespecting the country. I am on iTunes, which means the Apple Nazis can listen to me on their Hitler phones. The anarchists can catch me on iHeart Radio. YouTube also has the full podcast. Of course, there is a download link below.


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I live in a majority-black city and black people cannot drive. They tailgate constantly, block intersections by trying to get through the yellow lights, the most vibrant area of the city get totally shut down because of just constant wrecks on surface and interstates all the time. I can always spot a car from the ghetto because it is just beat to hell on all four sides. I was on the interstate the other day and a Dodge charger came flying up behind me, the entire front bumper was ripped off, it look like Bane from Batman, the driver swerved… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

How bad will it have to get before you say f@#k it and get out?

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

I’m with Lineman. What sign are you folks waiting for to move? Lineman has Montana. I just drove from Southern Utah to Lagos on the Bay and into a power shutdown that encompassed most of Northern Cal. Drove Hwy 50…during hunting season not the loneliest highway in the world. My speed was approach warp speed. Have a radar. Didn’t get a cop hit once. Nice long basins then ranges then basins. Easy and starkly nice scenery. Drove back and forth on Sundays and no rush hour in Sacramento before 2 pm. Z…Salt Lake is booming with tech people. Pouring into… Read more »

Patrick Henry
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Patrick Henry

I’m with Z on the traffic in NOVA. Late night or early morning on the weekend is the only time with little traffic. I’m hoping to get my family to MT, UT or ID within the next couple of years…any locales that you would recommend?

Lineman
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Lineman

Bitterroot Valley MT, Sheridan, WY, Cedar City, UT Swan Valley, ID

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

Maybe they’re underwater on their mortgages. Maybe their wages and rent make it hard to save. Maybe they have family obligations. There can be many reasons.

Carl B.
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Carl B.

Get out of the city before it’s too late.

Xtasorcery (www.dark.sport.blog)
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Encroaching cities will follow you wherever you go. London ate the Midlands.

Member

Birmingham?

Ris_Eruwaedhiel
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Ris_Eruwaedhiel

Here in northern NJ, Blacks have a propensity for walking right in front of city traffic expecting drivers to stop for them. Stupidity and arrogance combined.

Dutch
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Dutch

Sounds like they are trolling for a shakedown play if someone hits them with their car.

Screwtape
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Screwtape

The passive-aggressive ‘white man rules are for whites’ permeates pretty much everything in the social sphere. Ever been to a graduation ceremony? ‘Hold all applause until the end please’. Guess what group jumps up and down hollering and screaming and clapping when one of theirs takes the stage. When they kill each other over a candy bar, pair of shoes, or some tribal diss, I feel nothing. They can sort themselves out. But when they bring their multitude of infractions upon peace, order, and tranquility, disregard any modicum of civility at any time for any reason, and insert the r-selection… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

Screwtape, I always took those graduation displays as, basically, “up yours” demonstrations by those who got in because of affirmative action in the first place, and who had carried the anger for years before they got to let it out.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

WTF is it with cars from “vibrant” communities and dents? There is a city near me that is well known for being a POC community. It’s always leading in the crime rates, tons of welfare money disappears there, the Puerto Ricans always flock in there, etc. Last year the natural gas system blew up and started burning down people’s houses. But one of the distinguishing characteristics of the place – is that it seems like every car there is chock full of dents. To the point where I don’t even know how the hell they got there. Having done automotive… Read more »

BadThinker
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BadThinker

To the Left, Highways are just evil, we should all be living in Anthills and taking trains. To the right, they’re giveaways to friends and buddies. PA recently spent millions on resurfacing the main interstate into Pittsburgh from the North, I-279, but did *nothing* to fix the traffic problems that occur every morning. They could have used the project as an opportunity to add a lane each way, to tear up the idiotic HOV lane or change it to a toll lane, but instead it’s remained pretty much exactly the same. Just a giant giveaway to the PA state highway… Read more »

Member

PA is renowned for its corruption, especially at the local level. But it really is hard to beat Logos on the Delaware for corruption and grift. They rushed through what was supposed to be a “soda tax” that would be earmarked for the keedz. But they captured everything liquid except water, beer and milk, rolled into a different fund and spent it on themselves. They also outlawed plexiglass because it hurt the feelz of the “teens” and made them feel not so special. Now, if one of the teens shots you, social justice prosecutors won’t charge the sweet innocent angel… Read more »

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

Massachusetts says “Hold my Beer. . .” 🙂

Calsdad
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Calsdad

Hmmm.

It suddenly dawned on my why you drive a car full of dents when you’re living in a “vibrant” area.

It’s camouflage.

That way when you have run over some boingo who is trying to wash your window with rocks and a dirty diaper – you can hit him and just keep going. It’s not like the ONE dent on your car is going to give things away.

Just make sure to pick the pieces of his clothes out of your grille and wash off any left behind tissue when you get home.

Exile
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Exile

Just downloaded, listening while shopping – malls here have an odd vibe, more later. To pluck the lowest-hanging fruit, LA is the apex traffic shitshow of America, although I hear ACELA is getting there. It’s going to be hard for you guys to beat our uniquely diverse combination of 50 shades of state driving styles, a huge percentage of outright third world drivers from the infrared side of the Bell Curve, civil engineering standards driven by every conceivable agenda but traffic safety and efficiency, and those simply driven mad ala “Falling Down.” I think we’ll maintain our edge if only… Read more »

Carl B.
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Carl B.

Ever driven a car in Mexico City? That is SoCal’s not-too-distant future.

Exile
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Exile

Driven TJ & environs but never the Big Enchilada. A friend studied Spanish there & told me enough to put MC at the bottom of my Bucket List just above JoBerg & Mogadindu. I may visit Peru or Chile someday soon but I’m inclined to stay among the Ice People for the most part.

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I have! I was in Mexico for a while and I drove all over the country but I didn’t drive through Mexico City until the end. It was like the white whale but I guess I gotten so accustomed to it at that time it really wasn’t too hard but yeah crazy chaotic but I’d gotten used to the chaos. There is one driving thing I picked up in Mexico which I use here which is when you come to a dramitic slow down I put my hazards on. It lets people behind you know you’re not just tapping your… Read more »

Carrie
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Whitney
Good for you.
They do that in Germany as well, which is where I learned it, when I lived there.

joey junger
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joey junger

Miami has been the most multicultural city for a long time, and the “Magic City” more than anywhere else (including SoCal) is the place where one wrong turn can mean death. It got to the point where rental car agencies had to stop using rental plates since it was basically just a “Rob Me” sign for the stickup kids in Liberty City and Overtone. There was sort of a black middle and working class in Miami before the Haitians and Cubans flooded in, but rank and file blacks are ruled by black politicians who Tom to the multicult as hard… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

Had a pornstar client some years back (case was not biz-related, FWIW. She got out too, good for her). Said South Beach was the place those girls hated most.

BadThinker
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BadThinker

I really liked Tom Wolfe’s Back to Blood about Miami. YMMV, but he captured all the different races and attitudes there very well.

james wilson
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Took a taxi in Mexico City around 1971. It was…..enlightening, and I was expert at driving the cow trails of Boston.

BadThinker
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BadThinker

Miami. As Dave Barry once said, everyone drives according the laws of their country of origin.

Thorsted
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Thorsted

In the first link in the Xirl science segment to Kathryn B. H. Clancy twitter profile, i found out that she have blocked me. I have never interacted with that “women” but i think i must has been blocked as a part of my profile of followers that is very “anti-woke”

Exile
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Exile

Agree re: Copenhagen – the most civilized large city I’ve yet seen, costs are in line with CA. IIRC California is about 40% pricier than US average (thanks in no small part to our 240% higher housing costs) and Denmark runs about 20% higher. I’m warned Oslo is substantially worse, will find out next week. This city will always have a place in my heart as my first Scandinavian destination. Superb first impression, Nords.

joey junger
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joey junger

Your mention of bad roads and infrastructure projects makes me think you should do a post or maybe even a podcast on history and roads, crumbling infrastructure in the Roman Empire, buildup in China, our own mockery of the autobahn (Eisenhower’s civil defense highway that eventually just became the highways), etc. Hunter Wallace has done some great deep-dive stuff on the Tennessee Valley Authority. I read an especially demented post by Paul Krugman the other day at his ironically-named “Conscience of a Liberal,” blog in which he said it was good that Trump wasn’t following through on his infrastructure project… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

Hunter’s done some good stuff in that vein, esp. in the last year. I recommend Occidental Dissent as a site. He seems to have learned a lot from past mistakes, matured. He’s doing good work from the Southern heritage perspective, hope he keeps going. For a younger guy (compared to me – as Z discussed in today’s intro) he’s been through a lot.

Drake
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Drake

Pretty revealing that our elite are now openly in favor of sending the children of deplorables off to die for their globalist interests.

Lineman
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Lineman

It’s also true that’s it’s pretty revealing when the deplorables still think it’s Patriotic to send their kids of to die for the globalist…

Drake
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Drake

I’m seeing enthusiasm for the military dropping among the deplorables.

Pimpkin\'s nephew
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Pimpkin\'s nephew

I hope you are right. In my town they still hang portraits of “our hometown heroes” from the utility poles. It’s sentimental and condescending pap, not least of all in the view of the recruits themselves, who know better: They join up as a short-cut to useful training, to financing a college education, or simply “getting a government job” (as Derb used to urge). These kids aren’t idiots. The really bright ones turn their “service” to account, tapping into government goodies on the cheap, being “thanked for their service” all the while. It’s true that from time to time one… Read more »

ProUSA
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ProUSA

We need deplorables in the military, but just as long as they don’t have to fight overseas.

Screwtape
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Screwtape

Lineman, it shocks me as well. But so does the idolatry of men toward the NBA/NFL players and all that. I think for a lot of flyover types the military is the only institution left that does not openly hate them so by contrast it seems inviting. The perversion of a mans innate call to serve his people, to fold himself into a system that rewards competence of that service, to seek out ways to earn and display honor valor, and the siren calls of brotherhood, is one of the most destructive aspects of the war on (white) men. But… Read more »

Nope
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Nope

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. I get it, you can object to how they’re used. But what happens when nobody wants to do it anymore? Can you argue the military is unnecessary? I went into a public ‘ouse to get a pint o’ beer, The publican ‘e up an’ sez, ” We serve no red-coats here.” The girls be’ind the bar they laughed an’ giggled fit to die, I outs into the street again an’ to myself sez I: O it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ ” Tommy, go away ” ; But it’s… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

No the certain parts of the military are definitely necessary but they aren’t fighting for us anymore Brother they are fighting and dying or being dismembered for what we hate…Let’s keep our men and boys ready to fight our war when that time comes…

Lineman
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Lineman

I hear you Brother that’s why I recommend the trades to young men instead of the military…

De Beers Diamonds
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Joining the military is the only way a white male can get access to affirmative action benefits.I didn’t enlist out of high school because I categorically opposed War with Iran. Being that the war never happened, and college was basically worthless for me, perhaps I could have served in the Coast Guard.

From a purist view, I don’t think anyone should be signing up to defend the system. But otoh, a lot of middle class white conservative parents would do well to advise enlistment instead of university. The DoD will eagerly take these higher ASVAB scorers than the POC mob.

De Beers Diamonds
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JD Vance deserves a lot of skepticism on our part, as a Judas Goat. But to the general public he’s one of the best regarded people of a largely despised group of rural whites. The public regard for veterans is high, and its no surprise the Dems recruited them as candidates last year. The Dissident Right doesn’t have many of these people in leadership, something we might consider changing.

Lineman
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Lineman

They should be recommending trade schools instead Brother…

De Beers Diamonds
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“Trade school” is not a one-size fits all substitute for university. The so-called “labor shortage” is one immigration amnesty away from disappearing, and the current rise in pay is precisely due to the unfavorable nature of these positions.

The least white part of the military is in support positions, which offers the most civilian-applicable training. Combat arms is the most white. So middle class parents could be persuaded that support units aren’t likely to see combat (Interestingly, Vance was in a support unit)

Lineman
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Lineman

Well if they are using the military to be able to go to university I see your point but if they are just using it to get out of their situation then I still say trade school is a better option…

Sir Balin
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Sir Balin

One good thing about living in mid size rural cities such as Shreveport Louisiana is that traffic is not So bad, yet there are big city amenities like Barnes and noble. But traffic is rapidly worsening here as people figure out how good we have it!

While waiting in traffic, on a happy note, I recommend to all you yanks to read Deep State Target by papadopoulas for a window into the sort of shenanigans that took place during the mueller probe.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Sir Balin,

Grew up as a little kid near by in Haughton Co. It was the best time of my childhood… real Tom Sawyer time of running around in the woods like kids should. Is the Red River Revel still a huge deal? Loved sitting on the banks above the river and watching the fireworks.

Federalist
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Federalist

Shreveport is majority black so it has more problems than traffic.

Member

Stopping the crazed left is going to be a very difficult task because of their concentration in two key areas: media & education. They will not cease their sedition until imprisoned, killed, or bankrupted. I leave it to you to figure out how to minimize their influence.

Pimpkin\'s nephew
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Pimpkin\'s nephew

We’d have to patiently work through a “march through the institutions” just as the victorious enemy did. It took them 50+ years; it will take us a lot longer than that because they know the game, and we’ve just begun to figure it out. Which means they know all our moves if we should undertake the same game. If I undertake to beat Anatoly Karpov in chess by studying his games, then I will not win. If however I am Larry Evans and open 1 a4 against Karpov, I freak him out and pull off a win against a superior… Read more »

De Beers Diamonds
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Boomer conservatives must quit subscribing to the dead tree media, and cut their cable cord.

Vegetius
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Vegetius

“The more you drive, the less intelligent you are.”

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

What do you call a truckdriver with an IQ of 100?

a team

Drake
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Drake

Feminists really hate the idea of men enjoying sex-robots, while considering their drawer full of vibrators something else.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Not sure which is more repulsive, sex robots or feminists. Neck and neck…

Nope
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Nope
Ris_Eruwaedhiel
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Ris_Eruwaedhiel

I wonder who would find that more appealing – women or gays?

Sad, really.

ProUSA
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ProUSA

Male sex robots now on the market, huh? The voyeurs are going to feel like they’re in heaven now that they can watch the female robot satisfied by a male robot. These entreprenuers (can’t spell it) are really something.

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

…as it were.

Cloudswrest
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Cloudswrest

Re: Sexbots with a headache …

To be interesting they’ll probably be programmed like the online video game “Date Ariane”, or something similar, where you have to seduce them properly in order to get sex. Perhaps programmed with pick up artist training algorithms, but they’ll let you know what you did wrong, and you can reset them and/or back up and start over.

Tykebomb
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Tykebomb

I have a dystopian novel in my head about a guy who gets paid to disable the feminist programming of sexbots. Haven’t thought of a conflict yet.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Tykebomb, Malcolm is a repairman in a gynocratic dystopian future. Minus a few attractive and well trained “pillow boys” for wealthy or high society women in charge: Men are superfluous and kept around for lowly, menial, or dangerous jobs. It’s not a great life for the men (‘male’ is the legally proscribed title) but hell it beats being aborted like the 90% of male babies are, right? Malcolm repairs Companion Robots, somewhat intelligent ‘female’ partners for the male workforce. They are the only legal companions males are allowed to have. Specifically designed to be physically unattractive, they are a cold… Read more »

Cloudswrest
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Cloudswrest

Who could forget the episode “Spock’s Brain”? Then there is of course the episode “I, Mudd”. Then there was the hot fembot Andrea in “What Are Little Girls Made Of?”

Cloudswrest
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Cloudswrest

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Nope
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Nope

We can’t be forgetting these.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yYj4YDgwrs0
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mWvr0xZQWoE

OT, but speaking of bots, “She’s the favorite of the Russians. They have a bunch of sites and bots and other ways of supporting her so far.” Twitter war breaks out between Hillary Clinton and Tulsi Gabbard. Catfight!

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/twitter-war-breaks-out-between-russian-asset-tulsi-gabbard-and-warmongering-queen-hillary

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

YOWSA

Mom, in her 80s, saw her only episode of Star Trek: ‘Amok Time’, the legendary episode of Spock’s wife.

She loved it. The secret to female romantic drama: two men fighting over one woman.
(Twilight, True Blood, etc)

Known Fact
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Known Fact

Don’t forget one of Kirk’s great bot-loves, Raina (Louise Sorel) in Requiem for Methuselah

Nope
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Nope

Maybe it was all predictive programming. 👻

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Zman,

Thank you for the inclusion of occasional upside stories in your podcasts. Black pills are frequent and bitter. I dont need much to soldier on and those help make the travails more endurable.

Sleepy
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Sleepy

I’m wryly amused by corporate America, in this case the NBA, pretending to be defenders of free speech. (FYI, their (((Commissioner))) defended free speech rights of the guy who made the offending post.) I’m sure he would have done the same if some white player, TV announcer, etc., had said 13 do 50 or 85 mean IQ….

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Another little problem with modern transportation:

Cargo container ships mostly run on ‘bunker diesel’.

15 – fifteen – of these ships put out as much toxic pollution byproducts (tuolulene, benzene, etc) into air, water, and soil as all cars on earth combined.

There are 55,000 of these ships in current operation.

Maybe, just maybe, there are unseen costs to all the money we’re saving at Walmart

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

The solution is found at blumedistillation.com 100% alcohol fuel. Its only exhaust byproducts are CO2 and H2O. (More horsepower and much less engine wear, too- no carbon microabrasives in the piston sleeves, rings, bearings, etc) Renewable, it avoids the costs, pollutants, and hazards of LNG, coal synthfuel, hydrogen production and nuclear alternatives (pebble-bed, heavy-water deuterium, molten salt thorium) although those are also a reduction of some kinds of pollution. As to CO2, we’re currently at a historical low of about 400 ppb. If we drop to 250 ppb, all life on earth dies. Land plants and ocean plankton need a… Read more »

james wilson
Member

The Big Dig was the most corrupt project ever attempted in a corrupt state. It went 800% over budget, which was probably always the plan. And it leaked, massively.

I learned from my Dad’s commute to DC, and that was way back in the late sixties. I have never lived more than a few minutes from work anywhere in the country, which does indeed mean there are places where you can’t work.

Drake
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Drake

And best of all… The Democrats living north and south of Boston don’t pay any tolls for their new road – they just jacked up the tolls on the nasty Republicans commuting in from Worcester County on the Mass Pike.

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

From the North Shore both the Bridge and the Tunnel have tolls. The “free riders” are the from the South Shore (no tolls at all) and the Rt. 93/Merrimack Valley/NH commuters. And not for nothing, the “Big Dig” made every pre-existing traffic jam worse in both distance and duration.

Drake
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Drake

Okay – I just remember my Dad being really pissed when he had to drive in.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Copenhagen? How ’bout Mall of America!

I’m sending Normie a gift card.
He’ll love the Vibrant-American tradition, plus: free skydiving lessons for the white kids!

Dutch
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Dutch

Shop till you drop and go plop!

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Heh- shop til you get dropped.

Like. I can hardly wait for the billboard.

Dutch
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Dutch

Speaking of Mall of America, I have been watching Stranger Things. Except for the obligatory POC, a coupla’ “strong women”, and a coupla’ obligatory stupid white guys, it’s kind of fun. Pretty much all white middle class, the kids can play outside unmonitored, and anyone can go wherever, anytime (except for the mostly unseen boogeymen). And the dystopian parallel universe is called “upside-down world”. Sweetie has no idea why I giggle uncontrollably, every time they mention ”upside-down world”.

Drake
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Drake

That show reminds me how much I miss the 80’s.

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

I had to finish watching it by myself because I kept on shouting out things like “we had that same popcorn popper!” (The pink dress that the character “Eleven” wore in the early part of the series? I had my school photo taken in an exact copy of that dress.) I know Netflix is basically a cesspit, but that show was a trip down memory lane.

Mark Stoval
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Mark Stoval

They have been working on the intersection of I-4 and I-95 for over 10 years now. Still at it. I don’t think I will live to see the job done as they must be at least another 10 years away. There is one bridge that needs widening and they have not even started on it yet. The last several threads have been real manna from heaven for me. To see this many guys who really understand the problem is very satisfying. I could see this coming by the middle 70s and it has been lonely since so few others were… Read more »

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

“Don’t kill the job.”

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

California: infrastructure for 22 million, with a population of 44 million

Screwtape
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Screwtape

Before I left norte mexico 10 years back, in my final year of commuting through the mad max streets of LA an hour plus each way, I was hit three separate times by uninsured invaders. First it was debris from the back of a pickup truck filled with junk, likely scrap metal. An old car wheel came at me in the fast lane like a saw blade on end, looking to enrich me by diversifying me into two half-whites. Luckily it only split my grille and radiator in half. My car had less than 500 miles on it at the… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

Damn Tax…I would gladly pay more into the system if I didn’t have to deal with any of those taxes…

Yves Vannes
Member

Unrelated but well worth your time this weekend:

A couple of weeks ago Mark Collett delivered a speech that is well worth a listen:

Maybe the problem isn’t the message…but with whom it is associated – “that guy…”

It’s 45 minutes long:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Wsq2Zi5Km0

Jay Dee
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Jay Dee

“……Cummings to lie in state at the Capitol “…..It’s a rare honor to lie in state or honor in the Capitol. The last person to lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda was President George H.W. Bush after his death last December. Before that, it was Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in August 2018.  =========================== A rare honor?  Yeah, no s***.  He will be only the SECOND House Rep, and the FIRST since Thaddeus Stevens in 1868, to lie in state. Now what could possibly be the reason to elevate Elijah Cummings to a place usually reserved for former Presidents, a… Read more »

Whiskey
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Whiskey

It looks like the FBI will simply match in and either arrest Trump or shoot him. Military will back Dems over Syr ia. They made it clear they won’t tolerate Trumps peace mongering.

Won’t be a civil war. Just a giant prison camp for straight Wh ite men.

Hillary is running again. Maybe the general will make her president

MaceDindu
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MaceDindu

Ha, I just heard you bring up a point I keep hammering on: what the hell are we even doing in Chad? I remember reading that some marine had died in Chad, and I thought to myself “Chad? What was he doing in Chad?” I never got any answer to that. It makes you wonder where else marines will be doing mystery things and occasionally die.