Monday, August 31, 2015

Shooting Down A Drone With A Flamethrower - Bearing Arms - flamethrower

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'Murica.

Wes Craven, Horror Maestro, Dies at 76

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He directed 'Scream' and the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' films.

Austria Makes New Law: Muslims Can No Longer Speak Arabic, All Muslims Must Now Speak German

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Austria has just made a new law: Muslim imams will no longer be able to conduct their sermons in Arabic, but in German; all Korans will now have to be written completely in German, and Muslim groups will no longer be able to accept foreign money.

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Judge removes testicles, calls self 'Ma'am,' and rules over normal people

Judge Doubtfire.

The New York Times did a spotlight on one of the heroes of America.  Was it a special forces soldier who fought in Afghanistan?  No.  Was it a border patrol agent apprehending a drug dealer about to cross the border and commit an act of hate?  No.
It was a Houston municipal judge who removed his testicles, called himself a girl, and is held up as a role model for the nation.
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It's Mrs. Doubtfire!
Phillip, now "Phyllis," Frye is a municipal court judge in Houston, recruited by Houston's lesbian mayor, Annise Parker.
At one point in the 1980s, Ms. Parker gave Ms. Frye a ride to a conference. During the drive, Ms. Frye confided that she sorely missed playing sports, and that no women's team would let her join.
Ms. Parker, who coached a lesbian softball team, looked over at the strapping, 5-foot-10 woman beside her and thought, "I really need a power hitter."
"I got back to her later and said, excuse the pun, 'I'm willing to go to bat for you,' " Ms. Parker said.
Ms. Frye, who had watched admiringly as the transgender tennis player Renée Richards won the right to compete as a woman in the United States Open in 1977, became the first transgender woman in Houston's lesbian softball league. She and her wife, who were socially isolated, found themselves welcomed into a community.
Lesbians have their own softball teams?  This is news to me.  Why do they need their own teams?  Is there some technique of underhand pitching that is specific to sexual orientation?  Do they do extra innings in the locker rooms?  Do they have a league where they play against teams of homosexual men, illegal aliens, and sharia law enthusiasts?  Can you imagine the uproar if a group of women started a heterosexual ladies' softball team?
Note also that Mr. Frye has a wife.  His first wife divorced him, and he found a gal who was comfortable with a man dressing as a gal.  Does that make the wife a lesbian?  I don't know.
Ms. Frye never opted for full gender-reassignment surgery. Ahead of her time, she firmly believed that surgery did not "complete" a gender change and should not be imposed on transgender people to justify a legal gender change on identification documents.
There you have it.  His ideology states that even if you have the physical components of being a man, you can call yourself something else, and be that something else, whether it is a woman, fire hydrant, or perhaps a rooster in a Monet painting.
Meanwhile, Mr. Frye has been a strong advocate for letting men be peeping Toms in ladies' bathrooms.
"The public has a deep fear of trans people in bathrooms, and specifically of penises in girls' rooms," said Chase Strangio, a transgender lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union's LGBT & AIDS Project.
What an odd fear!  I trust that people like Mr. Frye are working to desensitize women to that.  By the way, why do so many people in the LGBT community have such odd names?  "Chase Strangio" sounds like a man who kills people in the dead of night with a piano wire.
Anyway, the end result is that this mentally ill person is ruling on cases involving normal citizens of Houston.  If a bearded lady sues for not getting a job as a Hooters waitress, what will Mr. Frye decide?  If a he/she wants to adopt a child and inculcate the child in his madness, what will Mr. Frye decide?
There was a classic Star Trek episode called "Whom Gods Destroy," where an inmate named Garth of Izar took over the asylum.  The typical insanity ensued: "Garth puts on a coronation ceremony, declaring himself "Master of the Universe"; the other inmates are delighted."
That sort of deluded, self-congratulatory attitude reminds me very much of heroic way Mr. Frye is portrayed in the Times' article.
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The most popular liquor in every state

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BARTRENDr, a social app for drinkers to connect with one another, analyzed data from its 700,000 users to determine the most popular liquor brand in every state based on posts and photos of the liquors its users like to drink.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

SOS to Pope Francis: It’s souls that need saving, not the environment

Blog: Can you guess what New York City smells like?

Liberals love New York City.  They love the restaurants, the bars, the art, the museums.  They also love the crime, the pollution, the homeless, the mentally ill, the tiny apartments, the panic rooms, the public urination, the noise, and the high cost of living.  But living in New York also has one additional benefit: the smell.
On certain days in July and August, simply walking down a New York City block means being assaulted by smells: garbage, sweat, cigarettes, food carts and the hard-to-classify odors that come blasting on waves of hot air out of subway grates and building vents. How, we wondered, would a true expert describe the scents of summer in the city?
One notoriously smelly block of Broome Street on the Lower East Side stopped them in their tracks. Ms. Barel at first said it smelled like wet dog. “Barnyard,” Ms. Lepeltier said, adding that she thought it might emanate from a poultry distributor in the neighborhood. As proof she pointed to some fuzz caught in a subway grate, which she thought might be feathers.
The tour started in Chinatown, where the two women lingered over bins of dried fish. “It smells like what you give to birds, when you go to Petco,” Ms. Barel remarked.
On Mott Street, they gagged at garbage smells and what Ms. Lepeltier pronounced was an odor that came from a rat.
They stopped outside the Wyndham Garden Hotel, on Hester and Bowery, brought up short by a sweet smell.
"It’s floor cleaner, but with a very fruity smell," Ms. Barel said. "Very artificial, cheap."
On a dank-smelling corner, Ms. Lepeltier said she detected fungus coming out of an air-conditioning unit.
As the women climbed up to the High Line, another woman descended on the other side of the stairs carrying garbage bags, presumably filled with cans and bottles from restaurants, hung from the ends of a long stick that rested on her shoulder.
“Warm beer,” Ms. Lepeltier remarked as she passed by. “You know, when you party too much, and you forget to clean up?”
For those (like me) who live in a nice suburban or rural neighborhood that doesn't smell, this may puzzle you.  In crowded cities where residential, commercial, and industrial mix together, you get smells from everything.  Also, because some people in cities are not toilet-trained, you get smells from that as well.  To make it worse, everything in big cities is paved in cement, which doesn't absorb odors like lawns and dirt do.
Do you think the smell of New York is appropriate, given the political class that lives there?
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Women doctors could bring the NHS to its knees, says Dr Max

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This week the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health gave a stark warning that children’s wards face closure because so many paediatricians are now women and have gone on maternity leave or work part time. There simply aren’t enough senior doctors left to run departments any more.

Three-quarters of doctors training in paediatrics are women. The situation has become so bad in some areas that up to 63 per cent of shifts are being covered by locums.

In other specialities that attract women — such as general practice, where two-thirds of GPs are women — a similar staffing disaster is unfolding.

It’s affected mental health, too, which traditionally has always attracted female doctors. In my own department in the past year, four doctors out of eight have gone on maternity leave.

More and more women are coming into medicine — in some medical schools, as many as 80 per cent of students are now female, suggesting the problem is only going to get worse.

Of course, it wasn’t always like this. For years, women struggled to establish themselves as doctors. A law formally allowing them to enter the profession was not passed until 1876 and, even then, only a smattering graduated and went on to practice until well after World War II.

In the Sixties, just a quarter of medical students were female. Since then, though, the numbers rising up the ranks have rocketed. It’s predicted they’ll soon outnumber men.

But this creates challenges that, as yet, no one is addressing. Quite simply, the average male medical graduate will work full time, while the average female won’t.

In fact, a study of doctors 15 years after graduation showed that on average, after career breaks and part-time working are taken into account, women work 25 per cent less than their male counterparts.

That means, as more women enter the profession, you need more doctors. So have we seen a corresponding increase in the number of places at medical school? No.

It’s gone up slightly in recent years, but only to allow for the generally increased burden on the health service, not this fundamental demographic shift.

Areas of medicine that are not traditionally ‘family friendly’ due to the time commitments required face a particular struggle to fill posts. And I don’t just mean A&E and trauma surgery, where you need to be on constant call.

It’s also true of specialisms such as neurosurgery and orthopaedics, which can involve repeated, intensely complicated surgery — often over many years — that you can’t just dip in and out of.

How I Experienced The Holy Grail Of Workplaces In A Polish Hospital

It’s the English speaking countries that have become the bad joke. Read on…


Jorge Ramos Paints a Horrible Picture of “Trumpland” (What The Rest Of Us Call “America”) | VDARE

Jorge Ramos wants to turn America into a country full of people that can’t even speak good Spanish.


Recall what Jorge Ramos is up to- promoting the Hispanicization of the United States, the  transformation of our country into the northernmost nation of Latin America.  When did we vote for that?

Woman, 80, trampled to death in Venezuelan supermarket stampede

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Rush for subsidized goods sees 75 people injured as thousands besiege supermarket

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Guardsman Took Gunman’s AK-47 Rifle, Luger Pistol | Kit Up!

Fortunately many of these Jihadists are incompetent fools. Otherwise we would really be in trouble, given the way the authorities allow them to run loose unhindered.


Kudos to the three Americans who are rightly being hailed as heroes for subduing an Islamist gunman Friday while riding on a high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris.
Spencer Stone, an airman in the Air Force, was the first to make contact with the gunman, who was wielding an AK-47 rifle, a Luger pistol and a box cutter. The gunman, known to French authorities as a security risk, slashed Stone with a box cutter in the head and neck and hand (some reports indicated his thumb was nearly cut off).
But Stone (shown at left in the image below) was able to subdue him with a choke hold, and Stone’s childhood friends with whom he was visiting Europe, Alek Skarlatos, a National Guardsmen from Oregon (shown at right), and Anthony Sadler, a college student in California (shown in the middle), helped disarm and ultimately hogtie him (as did an unnamed Frenchman and a middle-aged Briton named Chris Norman).
Skarlatos’ testimonial about the incident shows his firearm knowledge came in handy, but he also makes it clear they were quite lucky — thanks in part to a faulty AK-47. Here’s what he told Sky News:
“I saw a guy entering the train with an AK and a handgun. At that point, I ducked down. Spencer, my friend next to me, ducked down. And I just looked over at Spencer and said, ‘ Let’s go! Go!’ And he jumped up and I followed behind him by about three seconds.
Spencer got to the guy first, grabbed the guy by the neck, and I grabbed the handgun, got the handgun away from the guy and threw it. And then I grabbed the AK, which was at his feet, and started muzzle thumping him in the head with it and … everybody just started beating on the guy while Spencer held the choke hold, until he went unconscious. At that point, people started to restrain him.
I grabbed the AK and started walking up and down a few of the cars, making sure there wasn’t another gunman. I came back to the main car, where it all started and cleared the weapons and put them in a little pile. I noticed when I removed the round in the chamber of the AK that the primer had been struck, which means that he pulled the trigger on the AK, the primer was just faulty, so the gun didn’t go off, luckily, and he didn’t know how to fix it, which is also very lucky.
And when I cleared the handgun, I noticed there was no magazine in it, so he either dropped it accidentally or he didn’t load it properly, so he was only able to get what appeared to be one shot off with the handgun.”
Skarlatos praised his friend in a separate interview with French television:
“Spencer ran a good 10 meters to get to the guy and we didn’t know his gun wasn’t working or anything like that. Spencer just ran anyway and if anybody would have gotten shot, it would have been Spencer for sure. We’re very lucky that nobody got killed, especially Spencer.”


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First State Legalizes Taser Drones for Cops, Thanks to a Lobbyist

Obey the Drones or you will be exterminated! …These ones can follow up a flight of stairs so watch out!

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North Dakota police can now fire everything from stun guns to tear gas from flying robots thanks to a lobbyist from Big Drone.

University of Tennessee: Use 'xe', 'zir', 'xyr' instead of he or she

This is “ungood”.

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The Knoxville branch of the public university sent a memo from a gay right official (pictured) round to its members filled with unusual new parts of speech to avoid referring to anybody's gender.

GUN WATCH: Virginia Journalist Shooting: The Media needs to clean the blood off its own hands

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Before the bodies were buried, the old media and other proponents of ever more restrictions on the Second Amendment were using the deaths to promote their political agenda.  They piously fail to mention their own responsibility.

The "Copycat Effect" is a well known and researched phenomena.  Endless promotion of these tragic events and the publicity given to the perpetrators is far more of a causal factor than the Second Amendment.

We have known for decades that it is media attention that is the driving motivation for most of these public mass shooters.

The copycat effect has been demonstrated and documented over and over again.  Clayton Cramer wrote a paper on this in 1993.   It was published in a the Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 9:1 [Winter 1993-94].  It won First Place, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Ethics Prize, 1993, Undergraduate Division.

It has been widely written about in other publications, such as the Wall Street Journal.   A book, The Copycat Effect, by Loren Coleman, was written in 2004.

It detailed simple strategies for mitigating the effect and reducing the number of these mass public killings.   They could be implemented without any significant chilling effect on the first amendment.    The AP could simply include these requirements in its writers guidelines.

The Cramer article has been around for 20 years, and won a prize for ethics.  The book by Coleman has been available for over a decade.  Any thoughtful person can see the obvious connection between making anti-heros of public shooters and the potential to tip unbalanced people over the edge, into an act that they see as immortalizing their otherwise miserable lives.

It is clear that the media would rather keep their power to use these events push for more restrictive gun laws than prevent innocents from being murdered.  As Cramer noted, the coverage of school shooting is at least 8 times as large at that of similar mass homicides that do not involve guns.

In a strange twist, the old media actually benefit financially from these shootings:  Newtown Media Buys.

When media personalities try to pressure candidates to push for more restrictive laws, as happened recently with Dr. Carson, candidates should push back by asking why the media continues to promote public shootings for their own benefit. 


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Father shot by gunman who knocked on door claiming to have a flat tire

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Mike and Whitney Lash had just returned to their Atlanta home with their two young children when the men knocked on their door with 'car troubles'. Little did they know what was to come.

Muslim refugees reject food aid in Macedonia because... - DailyKenn.com

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Hordes of Muslim refugees rejected free food aid provided by police in Macedonia.

The reason?

The food boxes displayed the Red Cross.

That's not HALAL.

So the men chose to do without.

Be mindful that Islam is the same religion that has been committing hate crimes -- sometimes called 'terrorism' -- for generations. This is the dogma that compelled men to commandeer jetliners and fly them into the World Trade Center.

Buzz Aldrin joins university, forming 'master plan' for Mars colony

He just needs 11 million guest workers to complete the plan. It’s an act of love.

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Astronaut Buzz Aldrin is teaming up with Florida Institute of Technology to develop a 'master plan' for humans to colonize Mars by the 70th anniversary of him landing on the Moon in 1969.

A Life of Listing Grievances, and Then a Final Homicidal Explosion


A fax, letters and interview described Vester Lee Flanagan II as someone who felt demeaned as a black man, a gay man and a son of a successful father.

Friday, August 28, 2015

‘Myth or Fact’: Will an iPhone save you from a shotgun blast at close range?

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After hearing about a story in which a man claims his iPhone absorbed enough of a shotgun blast to his chest to save his live, YouTuber James Reeves wanted to put the claim to the test. Several iPhones were harmed in the making of this video

The Words Used by WDBJ Reporter Alison Parker That Killer Claimed Were ‘Racist’ and Apparently Made Her a Target

Oh, did we mention narcissistic too? The perfect co-worker. It’s always pleasant to spend your day in the company of someone who is large, muscular, angry, irritable, menacing and who constantly infers insults where none are intended. With our society now full of such unbalanced people harboring a pernicious sense of grievance, why on earth would we ever give up our guns? You know the police can’t do anything about people like this until they break the law.

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When Alison Parker was an intern at WDBJ in 2012, Vester Lee Flanagan — then a reporter for the station — heard her utter what he apparently considered to be racist words. 

On-air killer's mom had violent outbursts and threatened to kill kids

Hmmm…Why is this not surprising?

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The documents show Vester Lee Flanagan's father filed for divorce and emergency custody of his three children after he accused their mom Betty of 'menacing and threatening behavior' in the 1980s.

How to solve San Francisco's homeless pooping problem

Have flying drones squirt ‘em with pepper spray. It really burns when you get it on any “muceous membranes”.

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San Francisco is known for its Golden Gate Bridge, world class cuisine, panoply of cultures, striking skyline, frigid fog, and homeless. More specifically, aggressive panhandling and homeless defecating and urinating in public. Now, there is a solution.

This Is The Vehicle That Will Replace The Humvee

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This side of a tank, there is no more iconic U.S. Army vehicle that the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMVV), or as it’s better known, the Humvee.

Tobias Strebel, ‘Botched’ Star and Justin Bieber Look-A-Like, Found Dead

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Tobias Strebel, best known for a memorable appearance on “Botched” and for spending more than $100,000 to look like Justin Bieber, was found dead in a Motel 6 in North Hills, Calif., just a few days after being reported missing. He was 35. Strebel was found in the motel on Aug. 21, according to TMZ.

Vester Flanagan July Road Rage Caught on Video

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A YouTube video seems to capture race-war-craving Vester Flanagan confronting a driver after a road-rage incident over a month ago. 'B Foster' posted the video.  He says:I posted this because i believe it may be Vester Lee Flanagan a.k.a. Bryce Williams, suspected of murdering Alison Parker and Adam Ward, and seriously injuring Vicki Gardner on 26 August, 2015 at Bridgewater Marina.recorded on 6 July, 2015 Roanoke, VA.

Bush NBC Interview: Being Called A Racist By Kanye West The Worst Moment Of My Presidency

So Nine Eleven wasn’t the worst moment eh? A blast from the past. An insight into the psychology of the GOP’s current “cuckservative” leadership: They are more concerned with being liked by the people who will always hate them and oppose them than they are with serving the interests of the Conservative Americans who elected them to office. To Ronald the Great what the Leftists thought of him did not matter. To paraphrase what he once said, what the critics wrote about a movie is no where near as important as what was taken in at the box office.



The first excerpts of former President George W. Bush's interview with NBC New's Matt Lauer were releasedon Tuesday night. And what stands among the noteworthy bits about Bush's political mindset in

Katie Pavlich - The Truth About Guns in Virginia

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Reality.
A few things to start. First, McAuliffe's implication that Virginia doesn't have background checks is absolutely false. In fact, not only does the Commonwealth require background checks for guns sales but requires two forms of identification and lengthy paperwork before a purchase. Further, we still have no idea how the killer obtained the gun used in the crime, so all of the statements (which are really policy positions) above were made with zero relation or knowledge of the situation. 
Second, McAuliffe, Clinton, the White House and Everytown have no interest in taking away guns from certain people, but instead want them taken away from all people. 
Finally, it's important to point out that although every crime carried out with a firearm is a tragedy, there isn't a "gun violence epidemic" as the anti-gun activists claim. In recent years, gun sales in Virginia have exponentially increased while crime, including crimes carried out with firearms, have significantly decreased. 
Gun-related violent crime continues to drop in Virginia as the sales of firearms continue to soar, a pattern that one local criminologist finds interesting “given the current rhetoric about strengthening gun laws.”
Major gun crime collectively dropped for a fourth consecutive year statewide, while firearms sales climbed to a new record in 2012 with 490,119 guns purchased in 444,844 transactions — a 16 percent rise over 2011, according to federally licensed gun dealer sales estimates obtained by the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The proliferation of guns occurred as the total number of major reported crimes committed with all types of firearms in Virginia dropped 5 percent, from 4,618 offenses in 2011 to 4,378 last year, according to Virginia State Police data.
Looking back over seven years, total firearm sales in Virginia have risen a staggering 101 percent from 2006 to 2012, while gun-related crime has dropped 28 percent during that period.
“This appears to be additional evidence that more guns don’t necessarily lead to more crime,” said Thomas R. Baker, an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University’s L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs who specializes in research methods and criminology theory.
Gun control activists have no choice but to exploit tragedy surrounded by emotion. After all, in a sober setting their arguments about why more gun control is needed or details about how new measures will prevent violence, never add up. 
Regardless, shameless efforts to promote gun control in the wake of tragedy should be strongly condemned and refuted.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

If Obama Endorses Biden... - DickMorris.com at DickMorris.com

If Biden runs and Obama endorses him — and both now appear likely — then all bets are off. Hillary will soon be dethroned as the front runner.
While Hillary holds a comfortable lead over Biden and Sanders in most current national polls (although Sanders leads in New Hampshire), once the Vice President is officially in the race and once Obama joins as his corner man, he will surge in the polls.
African-Americans will start to leave Hillary in a rush with Latinos following. With white radicals and labor types already largely backing Sanders. Hillary’s base will dwindle.
President Obama’s Press Secretary Josh Earnest strongly hinted that the president might endorse Joe Biden if he ran.
While taking care not to take sides in the looming Hillary/Biden/Sanders primary, he said that he “wouldn’t rule out the possibility of an endorsement in the Democratic primary.”
He then went on to shower praise on Biden, while offering only the most boiler plate and perfunctory words about Hillary.
He said Biden:
• That Obama has said that naming him as VP was “the smartest decision he’d ever made in politics.
• That naming Biden as VP was even better than appointing Hillary Secretary of State
• That “you could make the case that there is probably no one in American politics today who has a better understanding of exactly what is required to mount a successful national presidential campaign.
Of Hillary, Earnest only noted Obama’s “appreciation, respect and admiration for the job” Hillary did as Secretary of State.
Faint praise indeed.
Earnest’s statement is a clear and public hint from Obama to Biden that says: Get in the race, build up your standing and then I will back you.
Obama cannot simply endorse Biden. He has to point out how his VP would be better than his former Secretary of State. He will have to note her greater fidelity to his programs and policies and warn of her tendency to follow the polls to the center as her husband did in the 90s. Or he will have to call attention to her electability problems in the wake of her e-mail scandal.
Either approach would be deadly for Mrs. Clinton. While a recent Suffolk University poll, taken on Aug 20-24, shows Hillary with a commanding 54% vote share in Iowa, with Sanders and Biden following at 20% and 11% respectively, the internals show how damaging the email scandal will be among Democrats to Hillary.
Asked if they personally were “bothered” by the scandal, potential Democratic caucus-goers said no by 70-26. But asked if the scandal would hurt Hillary’s chances of winning, they said yes by 52-36. If Obama and Biden underscore this concern, it will take away the victory from Mrs. Clinton.

“Date-onomics” - Why educated women can't find dates | Dr. Helen Smith


From the Washington Post:For many women these days, it’s not “He’s just not that into you” that’s the problem. It’s that “There aren’t enough of him.” So says Jon Birger, the author of a new book called “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.” The book, which Birger describes as “the least romantic book ever written about dati…
There is not much mention of the hostile environment that colleges have become for men and how they are now finishing schools for women. Many men have decided that college is not a welcoming place and that has to play into why men have left in droves. The comments to the article are interesting, particularly this one:
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So what happens to these women when faced with the scarcity of targets? Do they poach from each other?

Welcome to the World, Drone-Killing Laser Cannon

This means that the battle for air supremacy is going to have to move higher, which is to say, space.

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The new portable weapon system is more like burning ants with a really expensive magnifying glass than obliterating Alderaan.