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The Hazmat of the Sick

Here's a sight you have probably seen - a disgusting Face Tampon discarded on the ground by its ex-wearer, who - I assume - must be one of the Face-Effaced Freaks...

Diaper Report 10/7/21

On Tuesday, my cat barfed all over my sail fawn. He had the right idea. It is something I have often thought of doing,myself. Or something else. But work makes it...

Rising Car Costs Explained

It seems the only people worried about the cost of things are those who can’t force other people to pay for them. This is the only explanation for the otherwise bizarre insouciance...

Latest Radio: Bill Meyer Show/KMED

Here's the audio of my weekly chat with Bill Meyer over at KMED radio in Oregon! We talked about Toyota bowing to the Green (red inside) gods, the politicization of science...

Weird White Trucks

For about a month now, I've been seeing these weird - bear with, the explanation follows - vaguely government-looking white trucks and SUVs parked by the side of the road I...

Latest Radio: Bryan Hyde Show 10/5/21

Here's the audio of this week's gabble with fellow sickness apostate and Wrongthinker Bryan Hyde, who hosts the Bryan Hyde Show in Utah. We talked about the latest bizarre rationalizations of...

Diaper Report 10/5/21

We live in promiscuous times - and not just sexually. People divulge - people expect others to divulge - the most personal information, as for example whether they have been "vaccinated." To...

The Emergency Bike

I've written before about the soundness of owning - of getting if you don't already own - a motorcycle in order to remain mobile in the months and possibly years ahead....

Is it Just Luck?

In late 2019 - prior to the Official Pandemic - I caught a respiratory bug that was unlike any I've had before. It did not make me bed sick. But it...

Opting Out

As official lawlessness spreads, respect for the law understandably wanes. Why should we obey when they do not? This double standard has existed for a long time - as for example in...
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