Articles from May 2021



Tedium Rex

I can tell from the few commenters and the subjects at hand that we are pretty much all suffering from political burnout. Royal, fucking, dig all the way to China burnout. It would be nice if some of The Management TM, would check in once in a while, nonetheless, left to my own devices, can

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The Better Rat Trap

We live in an age of miracles, which 99.9% of the population take for granted without the least thought on how we come to have such mundane witchcraft. A scant 6 generations ago, the horse or shanks mare was the main motive power of the land for the individual and steam powered devices, fired by

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Apologies to Aesop

A while ago, there was a coven of buzzards, well, perhaps both a coven and cesspool, located in a very windy place of the Midwest. Since the early 60’s they had schemed and executed failed plan after failed plan, always trying to achieve fame, power and money (in some order or another). Then one day,

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Vignettes on China

Being an international technical sales and marketing type, done 40 years traversing this ball of dirt and reached some places where few roundeyes preceded. These are some ramblings to get y’all thinking. I know, I know, that entails hard work, but don’t shirk. Since China is all the rage of late, thought I would give

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The emergent USCPC (Central Planning Comittee)

Several folks I know well, and whom have been in local politics for many years, have been musing about the decay of the three supposedly co-equal branches of government. Some going so far as to say there is no longer separation between the branches and it has been so for quite a while. To whit,

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