Category Archives: The United States of Amnesia
Welp. If you’re looking for it north of your border, you’re in luck. We’re giving out free hugs up here to anyone who needs reminding that their country doesn’t need to be “made great again”, but that there’s plenty going … Continue reading
…and no, that’s not a typo, not even in Nadsat. It’s LOOGIES, as in things you hork and spit. Your Humble One has come down with a flip horrorshow bastard of a cold, and will not be blogging much in … Continue reading
Happy Indigenous People’s Day! May it be well-informed, with no Columbusing in sight.
Clearly Time has a thing against Russia. And it thinks that only the US is entitled to interfere in other countries’ elections. And if a drunken buffoon gets elected, it’s okay, as long as it’s not in Washington, but Washington … Continue reading
…in about a minute and a half: Isn’t this kind of ironic, coming from someone who claims that Mexican and other Latin American immigrants bring in drugs? No, really. It IS ironic, considering who he used to hang with, but … Continue reading
Peter Gabriel’s latest: And if you wonder why I don’t take selfies, use Snapchat, or play Pokémon Go, pay close attention the video for clues. I even have tape over the webcam on my laptop for the same reasons as … Continue reading
“You might take a look at that word ‘Americanism.’ It’s an unusual term, it’s the kind of term that you only find in totalitarian societies as far as I know. So like in the Soviet Union and anti-Sovietism was considered … Continue reading
Welp, looks like one more sexist canard just bit the dust. When even the Torygraph is reporting this, you KNOW the gender gap in pay is real…and it’s the product of rampant sexism: The research, from the University of Wisconsin … Continue reading
Bawwwww, my heart bleeds. Now he’s about to start facing a small, SMALL fraction of the stigma his victim will be feeling for the rest of her life. Looks good on you, asshole.
PS: The UN apparently agrees with O’Donnell. From the AP wires: The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe must have a say with regard to a $3.8 billion oil pipeline that could disturb sacred sites and impact drinking water for 8,000 tribal … Continue reading