Monthly Archives: June 2017

Farstar

Jack Ryan notes: “The very talented graphic artist Farstar has created a rather disturbing comic envisioning a day where 3rd world migrants might not always be the Left’s obedient pets.”

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NYT: “Why the Far Right Wants to Be the New ‘Alternative’ Culture”

The NYT is finally realizing the Alt-Right represents today’s counter-culture. Stop the press! From “Why the Far Right Wants to Be the New ‘Alternative’ Culture” by John Herrman: A wide-eyed observer of today’s political media wouldn’t just see different voices … Continue reading

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Power

A NYT article on “The Weird, Mystic Pull of Southwest England” has this very cool photo of a statue called “Gallos” (Cornish for power) by Rubin Eynon, which is at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall.

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The Man Who Would Be King (1888)

From Rudyard Kipling’s “The Man Who Would Be King” (1888): “‘In another six months,’ says Dravot, ‘we’ll hold another Communication and see how you are working.’ Then he asks them about their villages, and learns that they was fighting one … Continue reading

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Debt Crises: Virgin Islands Edition

The NYT reports that “After Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis, Worries Shift to Virgin Islands”. It seems the island also has an unfunded pension crisis, much like Puerto Rico. …[T]he debt dilemma is now most acute in the Virgin Islands — … Continue reading

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Jellyfish – Sebrina, Paste, and Plato (1993)

From Jellyfish’s 1993 album Spilt Milk, songwriters Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. and Andy Sturmer channel their inner Brian Wilson & Beatles through XTC compression, punctuated by Brian May guitar punches, with surreal lyrics out of Alice in Wonderland: Far behind … Continue reading

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Job Automation & Naïve Libertarianism

The Robot Job Automation Threat will have drastic consequences for all types and levels of jobs. The degree of job displacement is becoming, and will continue to be, quantum and accelerative. This radically new and burgeoning dynamic is a game … Continue reading

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Genesis – Lillywhite Lilith (1974)

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Critique of $PLC in WSJ

In the WSJ, Jeryl Bier writes of “The Insidious Influence of the SPLC”. The article is behind a firewall, but AmRen has excerpts: Aided by a veneer of objectivity, the SPLC has for years served as the media’s expert witness … Continue reading

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“Asylum Seekers” in Germany

More ‘refugees’ raping indigenous white European women. This time, it’s 3 “refugees” from Ethiopia: A tearful woman broke down in court in Germany as she alleged that three asylum seekers raped her a total of nine times when she was … Continue reading

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