Monthly Archives: December 2015

Phobias, “Islamophobia” and the suffix “-phobia”

It should be made explicit fully that there are words bearing the subject suffix that had and have accepted currency. I believe that a treatment of the subject suffix and term phobia is helpful, but that it is only preface … Continue reading

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“Contempt priof to investigation” and The Intellectual Conscience: that other translation

Thirty lashes with a wet lasagna noodle—that should be my punishment for the crime of “contempt prior to investigation” with respect to that other translation that “I can’t recommend”: It think it is easier to understand! (I hesitate to declare … Continue reading

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The Intellectual Conscience: A Lamenation

Exactly how does one evaluate the mind of another? Not for psychosis or neurosis, but for that person’s ability to distinguish intellectual garbage from gold and willingness to declare, “I don’t know, yet”, when appropriate? When I read the following … Continue reading

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Getting the dolt-vote

There is a criminality test for voters. Felons can’t vote. There is no religious test for voters. There is no intelligence test for voters. Dolts can vote. Given that Hillary Clinton is the Democrats’ nominee and one lives by “anybody-but-Hillary … Continue reading

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Potential penultimate President

I read something that scared off my pants. … a Republican/conservative chorus has so tarred and feathered the Republican front-runner who is doing by default the work that they should be doing, that they have made it virtually impossible for … Continue reading

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My Kerry Nightmare

Alrighty then. Here is a shockwave flash movie and sound barrage featuring songs from Director’s Cut I made when I needed to disengage from the daily news horror show that was the 2004 presidential election. Play this with Macromedia Flash … Continue reading

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It may be soon…

It won’t be long at this rate…. Robert Fripp, Disengage, 1979 Mrs Marion is strict with her servant Behind locked doors over coffee they speak They speak to my sister and my parents And I’m trying hard not to shriek … Continue reading

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