Articles from June 2019



Dodgeball is Apparently a Lot Cooler than We Thought

If one were to take the following article at face value, which one most definitely shouldn’t. One of gym classes’ most common games is being used as a tool of “oppression,” according to a team of Canadian researchers. We suppose we could stop right there. “Canadian researchers?” Sounds about as impressive as “French Strategic Geniuses”,

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A Day That Changed My Life

75 years ago yesterday, an armada set out from the south of England to end the occupation of Western Europe and defeat the monster that was Nazi Germany. It was not a particularly good day for it, in fact it was so unsuited for the purpose that SHAEF had considered calling the whole thing off

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Dwarf Fortress

So the President is in Britain to participate in the 75th Anniversary celebrations of D-Day, having tea with the queen and such so, naturally, the amusing Muslim Midget Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is busy virtue signaling as hard as he can which, we must admit, might be problematic given his obvious shortcomings in the

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As You Sow… (Updated)

Things are getting increasingly sporty in Das Vaterland, apparently: German investigators have revealed that a popular regional political leader found dead in his garden was killed by a bullet fired at close range. They have launched a criminal inquiry into the death of Walter Lübcke, the 65-year-old head of the regional council in the city

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‘Twas a Much Needed Vacation

Greetings and salutations, spectatores! We know we’ve been gone for a while (again, we hear you sigh, our apologies!), but it was really just what the doc ordered. If we’d asked him to order anything, that is, which we didn’t. Kinda nice to kick back and ignore the “news” for a while, pretending that the

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