You seem like a friend to me.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Wank of the Summer of ’18: And if you didn’t read that whole wall-o-text, I don’t blame you. But fortunately, I found a translation of that into plain English, and it’s even been … Continue reading
…and in the dying days of the Great War, that THIS happened: A perfect storm of disgruntled returning veterans, an end-of-war society in flux, Greece’s official neutrality during the war, and an accident of Toronto’s geography came together to produce … Continue reading
When this is all too emblematic of the “good” jobs on offer, is it any wonder that they can’t pay their student loans back, either? (Special extra bonus points for spotting the extreme irony herein.)
“I still dislike invented pronouns, but I now dislike them less than the so-called generic pronoun he/him/his, which does in fact exclude women from discourse; and which was an invention of male grammarians, for until the sixteenth century the English … Continue reading
Michael Brooks dissects two absolutely awesome clips: one from British TV, the other from the Virginia state legislature in the US: What do the two have in common? They’re splendid examples of how red-baiting is still in fashion among the … Continue reading
Who are AggregateIQ, and why are they engaging in cyber-warfare against the privacy of individuals and groups? And why are they doing it on behalf of some of the most ill-disguised fascists in the world? According to the UK Telegraph, … Continue reading
So, you think right-wing trolls are just harmless little boys having a fun wank on the internet, and that they’d never really hurt anyone? Well, that idea should have died a swift and painful death in Charlottesville (instead of Heather … Continue reading