Category Archives: politics

What Hugo Discussions Reveal

Take it away Eleanor! Reading through coverage of this year’s Hugo nominated works, both in mainstream media and in the on-line circles thrilled by the results of E. Pluribus Unum, it’s striking how little conversation there is about…you know…the works … Continue reading

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Fake Arguments

Brace yourself for incoming stupidity, internet.  Recently, the Supreme Dark Lord explained why the appellation “fake” is a two-megaton blast of nuclear rhetoric.  Within 48 hours, I’d already seen the peanut gallery wielding the term “fake” in a hamfisted, Peebee-esque … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the NCAA

Congratulations on another successful year of college football.  Sure do wish I could have been a part of it.  Your product is fantastic, but it’s hard to watch when everyone you’ve hired to cover it hates me. Of all the … Continue reading

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Feminism is Worse Than War

Assume for the moment that the following is true:   Hillary’s quote demonstrates the feminist belief that being left alone, without a man in your life, is a fate worse than death.   But what is the natural result of increased … Continue reading

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Quick Hits: Woke Kids

This is going to sound like one of those fake “my woke eight year old asked me,” things that has littered the twit box of late.  It’s really not.  I take full credit for raising my daughter right.  My twelve year … Continue reading

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Deep Breath Before the Plunge

Tomorrow is day zero.  The fork in the road.  The tipping point.  The euphemism of your choice. In times such as we face, we do well to heed the advice of our forebears.  J.R.R. Tolkien was not just some writer, … Continue reading

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Meme Magic is Real: Why Podesta’s Taste In Art Matters

Incredibly, this is not a photoshop. This weekend the waters of political discussion have been roiled by charges that John Podesta engages in activities that look a lot like ceremonies by which he shows his devotion to demonic powers.  His defenders, … Continue reading

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It’s Like There’s A Checkbox or Something

More, please! Late the other night, I got sucked into a click-bait listicle about sci-fi shows that need a reboot.  Never a good idea.  You just know going in that it’ll be the same list you’ve seen a dozen times – … Continue reading

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Chasing Rainbow Colored Unicorns

Visual representation of the perfect mediathat won’t be attacked by anyone If you write it, they will come.   If they weren’t so vile, you might be able to actually feel some pity for the six major media companies.  It’s easy … Continue reading

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Jeffro’s Appendix N, A Brief Primer for New Recruits

Welcome to the Pulp Revolution.  If you have your dog-eared copy of “A Princess of Mars” handy, you’re in the right place.  How we got here is a bit of a long story, and you may have some questions.  What … Continue reading

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