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A friend in need

The last person Sunni interviewed for Sunni’s Salon at Endervidualism was Mike Gogulski. Although Mike and I have never met in the flesh, I regard him as a good friend. I greatly admire his courage and principles. I have believed avoiding cops to be a good policy for many years. Mike’s story brings home that […]

Remembering May 4th, 1970

I remember the Kent State killings very well. I was just the right age for the military draft but had gotten lucky with a 1Y classification (at least until they eliminated that, and then I lucked out with a high lottery number). Of the people my age which I knew well enough to talk with […]

Ready to yell yet?

A year ago … [i]t may have been too early for many people. Now, things have “progressed” further….

Campaign Drama

Was There Too Much Sex And Profanity In The HBO Presidential Debate?

He told it like it is

Another big loss . . . Good bye, Hippy Dippy Weatherman.

(Piper + Carpenter)*1988=”They Live”

I often enjoy Annalee Newitz’s commentary at io9. It makes its way into Ender’s Review often. While browsing through the postings at io9 this week I came upon this. Of course, like with The Matrix — which used AI constructs to portray agents of the power elite — Hollywood wouldn’t go for a more explicit […]

Make The War In Iraq More Eco-Friendly?

Onion News Network panelists discussion…. In The Know: How Can We Make The War In Iraq More Eco-Friendly?

Five years have passed . . .

In those five years many new “enabling acts” have been enacted.

Praise to the wise ones….

In The Know: Are We Giving The Robots That Run Our Society Too Much Power?

Vote fraud story gaining steam

I try to analyze political events from a cui bono (who benefits) angle, among others. Who benefits here? Well, neither Ron Paul nor Barack Obama seem to gain much. However, the duopoly does quite well as a result.