Saturday, December 22, 2018

Uncomfortable truths

Yes, IQ does matter.  Now think of this in relation to the Islamic world, where marrying your 1st cousin is an accepted practice, which brings along with it a whole host of genetic issues as well as lowered IQ.

The link goes to an article on why IQ matters to an economy.  Read it all.  And then ask yourself why bringing in millions of people from lower IQ nations, who are relatively uneducated and unable to assimilate into our culture, is a good thing.

On Trump removing troops from Syria

At this point, any time Americans are deployed overseas, two questions need to be asked:

1 - What is the objective?
2 - What are the markers by which we can see we have achieved that objective?

If you cannot answer both questions, don't send the troops.  Period.

And I am not the first person to notice that many of the people who howled about illegal wars are now howling about Trump pulling troops out from a country that we never declared war on.

Doing some blogroll maintenence

If you haven't posted in over a year, I'm moving you down to the "Gone but not Forgotten" section.

Still waiting to see if CMBlake6 comes back.

Some links I just removed because I said so.

Friday, December 21, 2018

Well, it looks like it'll be antibiotics

When I went to the Doc on Wednesday, he gave me a prescription for antibiotics and said "If you're not improving by Saturday, start taking them."

Based on how I feel today, I will be taking them.  We'll find out tomorrow.

I am ready to leave the South.  I've never had as many issues with illness as I have below the Mason-Dixon line.  I used to go down for a few days, pop back up and be good to go.  Nowadays it's weeks of respiratory problems.  I attribute that to an allergy season that never ends.  My body never fully recovers, it just switches to another fight.  Grass pollen, tree pollen, weed pollen, leaf mold, rinse your sinuses and repeat.  This cannot go on forever without things starting to break down.

Thursday, December 20, 2018

I guarantee you that kid has already been used as a sex toy.

AKA, the Homo End Game in One Photo.

The Gay Movement is really good at demanding that we accept them, and by "accept them" they mean also accepting every kind of perversion as good and natural, and if we don't then we're homophobic.

Which means, you must accept this.

No.  Just no.  This is the end game.  This is the cult of the orgasm, where anything is excused so long as it gets you off and makes you ejaculate.  It is wrong.  It is evil.

No, I will not accept it.  And that makes me a good man.

Yeah, pretty much

Rush Limbaugh rips into the GOP.  And they deserve it.  The GOP is a bunch of sniveling, crying, back-stabbing ahitstains on the underwear of America, and they just proved it once again.

In Dante's Inferno, the 9th circle of hell is reserved for traitors, and you have Judas, Brutus, and Cicero constantly being chewed upon in Satan's three mouths.  Paul Ryan needs to join them.  John Boehnor sold his soul to Satan years ago, so he'll be down there as well.  Jeff Flake?  What a pathetic Democrat. 

The more I see of the GOP, the more I realize that this country might just be well and truly fucked.  The Democrats hate this country.  That hate the constitution.  They hate all the rights we have.  And the GOP is too weak and pathetic to stop them.


Allergies lead to mucous.  Mucous leads to virus breeding grounds.  And that leads to Dave sitting his ass on the couch with a roll of tissue to try to stem the stream of shot currently exiting his nose.

I am ready to head back north.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Radical Communist and Antifa soi-boy Joseph "Jose" Alcoff deserves to have a light shined upon him

Because cockroaches don't do so well in the light.

  • The Daily Caller News Foundation has determined that an influential Antifa leader uses aliases to spread radical and often violent rhetoric while concealing his actual identity.
  • Joseph “Jose” Alcoff works with congressional Democrats as part of his day job as a manager with a DC-based advocacy group. But he spreads socialist and communist propaganda when going by the name “Jose Martin.” 
  • Identifying as “Chepe,” Alcoff advocates for the violent overthrow of the government and for the murder of the rich. He has relished the mainstreaming of Antifa’s militant tactics in the Trump era.
  • A 2017 book identified Chepe as an organizer behind Smash Racism DC, the Antifa group that mobbed Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s home in November and ran Ted Cruz out of a restaurant in September. 

I have an idea....

This "man" is an admitted Domestic Enemy of the Constitution of the United States.  How appropriate that he's also part of the Democrat Party Machine, since they are also Domestic Enemies of the Constitution of the United States.

Let the rat-bastards burn in hell.

And yes, this Antifa soi-boy looks just like you would expect him to look.

That's a pretty good summation

In short, it's corrupt Democrats breaking the law to be more corrupt.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

I'm ready to leave the South

Allergies.  Allergies, allergies, allergies.  I'm on medication, I do a sinus rinse every day, and right now my throat feels like razor blades and my nose is dripping.  Because the leaves are falling, it's been raining, and there's leaf mold everywhere.

Hell, there's just plan mold everywhere.  We have to clean our deck off a couple times a year to keep the mold from making things too slick, and oh by the way this deck sits in the sun.  It's not exactly shaded.  And it gets mold.  Everywhere.

I'm surrounded by trees.  Those trees are dropping leaves.  The leaves are molding.  And that mold is trying to have sex with my mucus membranes via its spores, causing me to cough, sneeze and wheeze.

Send me back up North, please.  Give me my pine trees and my mountains.  I'm done with this Southern experiment.  I'll take snow over allergies any day of the week.

The bifurcated rule of law

Like I said before - we no longer live under the rule of law.  Not really.

This painful to admit it, but we need to grow up. There are two sets of law in America today, meaning there is no rule of law in America today. Oh, there are statutes, and there are courts, and there are agencies full of people with guns willing to enforce the will of aspiring tyrants, but there is not rule of law. There is only power, theirs and ours. Time to get woke to the undeniable fact that the Fredocons deny up and down. Justice is no longer blind. Her blindfold is off and she’s picking favorites. 
You are not one of her favorites.

Someone out there has said that Trump's greatest power is the ability to make his enemies reveal themselves.  The DOJ has revealed themselves, alright. 

Sunday, December 16, 2018

If you change your own oil, check this out

There are really only three companies in the world that produce oil filters, and then other companies buy them and put their name on them.  My mechanic buddies would always tell me to avoid Fram and buy a Wix filter.  In their words, the Fram filters were cardboard crap.  This video explains oil filters better than my buddies could.  After all, a picture is worth a thousand words.

I've been putting Wix filters on the bike.  Since the car is under warrantee, it gets whatever filters the dealership puts in.  But once I start changing that oil as well, it'll be getting a Wix.

Most college degrees out there aren't worth the paper they're printed on.

Or parchment, if you prefer.  Take the writer of that piece, for example.  This woman was lied to, over and over, by people who told her that a college degree was some sort of magic bullet.  So she got two degrees.  A Bachelor's in English, and a Master's in "Creative Writing".

WTF is "Creative Writing", and exactly how many creative writing jobs are floating around out there?

So now she's working as a waitress.  Because her degrees are worthless, and probably will be for the rest of her life as she pays off her student debt.

In October of 2017, the stress and calls from unpaid creditors forced me to finally give in and file for personal bankruptcy. By January, I had lost my car and cleared my nonacademic debts. I defended my thesis the same month and graduated—happy to have finally attained my life jacket of a degree. 
I searched for teaching opportunities that would give me the income and flexibility needed to keep my business going. I applied for jobs in every market in my area. Teaching jobs, specifically for creative writing or English, were virtually nonexistent in my city, and the other positions required Ph.D.s and prior teaching experience. Awesome, I thoughtTeaching was out of the question for now. I decided to look for acting jobs or writing jobs in the area. The closest one was in Austin, 30 miles away from me. Without a car, that didn’t seem possible.

So she had to declare bankruptcy, which by the way doesn't clear the student loans that she took out to get a degree that didn't qualify her to be a fry cook at McDonalds.

I think that the people pushing college should be forced to sit down and show what jobs are available to that particular field, and how much they pay, and how many (or how few) jobs actually exist.  When I got out of high school, I was set up to go for a double major in Music and English.  Since I hated school at that point with the burning fury of a thousand stars, I passed on the college experience.  And while I'm now in the process of getting a degree, one class at a time, I think that skipping college was probably one of the smartest moves I could have made in my life.  Exactly what the hell was I going to do with a double major in Music and English?  How many Music/English jobs are out there that would pay me enough to afford a house and a car?  No, I got my priorities in order, and the bottom line is that without a degree I'm far more employable with my skills than a college grad and their English/Creative Writing/Social Justice/Gender Studies degree.  With the added bonus that I can be trusted to show up on time.

This guy sums it up rather well:

So how do you make money? 
Well, depends on your degree.  If you’re getting a degree that’s not directly tied to a career, often you emerge from college well suited to be a retail clerk.  Oops!  You were qualified for that before you went to school.  Hmm. 
Degrees matter.  Science.  Engineering.  Accounting.  Finance.  Economics.  Computers.  Construction Management. 
Those are good.  They pay well, and there are often more jobs than graduates. 
Sociology.  Anything with “Studies” in the target.  Exercise Science.  Music.  Art History.  Anthropology (over 12,000 grads, 700 jobs).  Art. 
These are a waste of your time and effort, if you expect to work in those fields and/or be able to afford to eat anything more than ramen.