Archive for December, 2012

Facebook Censorship Expanding: Post This!

December 28, 2012
Facebook Censorship Expanding: Post This!

When does social networking become social engineering? As a rule, I stay off Facebook. I have a Dojo Rat account just to hold the space, but I simply can’t stand using it. When I first set it up I didn’t even advertise that Dojo Rat had an account, people simply found it. Suddenly I had […]

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The Return of Fascism, Part 2 – Too Big To Jail

December 16, 2012
The Return of Fascism, Part 2 – Too Big To Jail

Let’s review a quick and dirty definition of the difference between Fascism and Communism; In Communism the State owns the means of production – in Fascism the means of production owns the State. That’s where the U.S. government has been trending as of late. Exhibit #1 today is an editorial by the New York Times […]

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The Tree-Huggers Are Right!

December 15, 2012
The Tree-Huggers Are Right!

Ever wonder about the phrase “Tree Hugger”? I believe that it comes from the practice of “Tree meditation”. If you stand next to a large tree in a calm environment and place the palms of your hands about an inch from the trunk, under ideal conditions you can actually feel the energy of the tree. […]

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Kung Fu Expert Beats The Crap out of Mobsters

December 12, 2012
Kung Fu Expert Beats The Crap out of Mobsters

From “The Telegraph U.K.”: Chinese thugs knocked out by amateur Kung Fu fans “So when 38-year-old Shen Jianzhong was faced with a mob of thugs trying to evict him, he asked himself what his hero, Bruce Lee, would do. The answer, according to a video that has attracted more than two million hits on the […]

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InDOPEndence Day

December 8, 2012
InDOPEndence Day

So Thursday I was walking up to our local watering hole and around back three of my buddies were lighting up a joint: It was “inDOPEndence day” in Washington State. Yes, while they were technically in public (which is still illegal) smoking pot is no longer a criminal offense in Washington. But don’t count your […]

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The Return of Fascism; Part 1

December 7, 2012
The Return of Fascism; Part 1

In the wake of the U.S. Presidential election in 2012 much of the world appears to be in chaos. Much like the global “Great Depression” that began in the last century our current economic mess was largely created by barely legal financial instruments. These practices, fed by the deregulation of the financial industry were designed […]

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Chinese Gardeners on Mars. No, Really…

December 4, 2012
Chinese Gardeners on Mars. No, Really…

  Raw Story is reporting that Chinese astronauts are building experimental gardens that will be used on Mars and the moon: “Chinese astronauts are preparing to grow fresh vegetables on Mars and the moon after researchers successfully completed a preliminary test in Beijing, state media reported. Four kinds of vegetables were grown in an “ecological […]

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Atmospheric River: As Much as 15 Mississippi Rivers

December 3, 2012
Atmospheric River: As Much as 15 Mississippi Rivers

  A huge swath of “atmospheric river” is hitting the west coast, with possible damage dwarfing that which recently happened in Hurricane Sandy. From Scientific American: “Northern California is experiencing the first days of what weather forecasters are warning will be a long series of torrential rainstorms that could cause serious flooding across the northern […]

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Russia’s Putin: Judo Injury Upsets Financial Market

December 2, 2012
Russia’s Putin:  Judo Injury Upsets Financial Market

If you were in a hand-to-hand gang fight with all the worlds leaders, you’d want to have Vladimir Putin on your side. Putin is well known for his shrewd political conduct as well as his Judo skills. But according to Bloomberg News concerns over a presumed Judo injury have caused financial market distress: “The lack […]

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