Who didn't see this coming?America has already started detaining and arresting people for the obviously suspicious act of moving a pressure cooker from one location to another.I feel safer already.I suppose the real question is when will we finally come to our senses and outlaw doing science in pressure cookers? … [Read more...] about Illicit Transfer of Cookery
Chris Hallquist intrigued me with a recent post about the number of crazy people who think an armed revolution will be needed in the US in the next few years. I'll ignore the horrible infographic he used at the start of the post for now since I'm currently more interested in his attitude toward such an armed rebellion against the government.Chris suggests that these people … [Read more...] about Join the Mobile Infantry and save the world. Service guarantees citizenship!
Does anyone else find it suspicious that the Catholic Church, which has complained about not having enough money because of scandals and reduced earnings from collection plates, elected the 33-1 long shot? … [Read more...] about The name’s Jorge Mario Bergoglio, but everybody calls me Psycho.
I've read several articles about the Texas school district being sued for their policy of forcing students to use an ID card embedded with "tracking" technology. The religious freedom angle seems dubious at best (though in Texas you never can tell), but I was surprised by the number of people worried about technology to "track" school children and the supposed dangers of the … [Read more...] about Hiding from Satan’s Radio
Could we be seeing the start of the Weyland-Yutani Corporation?A new space startup company, Planetary Resources, claims they "will overlay two critical sectors -- space exploration and natural resources". That sounds like space mining! And it's not just a bunch of nuts I've never heard of backing this idea. The investors include Ross Perot Jr., Google co-founder … [Read more...] about Weyland-Yutani Startup?