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  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    One last thing: you wrote, "Why exactly are roomfuls of USAF officers and NCOs at NORAD, pledged to defend the USA against all enemies, deliberately going to slow their response down to allow the Pentagon to get smashed?" What I...
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    Several details: 1. There were only two on the entire east coast? 2. The Pentagon attack - based on the wikipedia article, the cockpit was stormed at 08:55, and the Pentagon hit at 09:37. That's over 40 minutes. Remember that...
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    Try this one on for size: could it be the Trumpolini administration itself that's leaking (remember how Cheney was all upset that someone in his office had outed Valerie Plame... but no one was ever caught?), in its continuing effort...
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    About the collapse of the towers, my late ex, who was a real engineer, always thought that a significant factor in the collapse was how close the towers were built... and that they vibrated, heavily, like a tuning fork, and...
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    You wrote: In other words, it's only suspicious to those who insist that TWA800 was shot down, Apollo 11 was faked, and the WTC was rigged for demolition. You know, swivel-eyed loonies. I don't know, so I'm asking: was that...
  • Commented on Introducing new guest blogger: April Daniels
    Ah, yes, a liberal arts degree.... Weekend before this past, I was in Philly for a Renfaire, and met this very lovely lady (too freakin' young for me... in her 30's...) who then invited me to their concert. Three women......
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    Ah, and then there's the *other interesting things about alla that: 1. Rummy, Condi, and the rest all said, to Congress under oath, "who could ever have thought of flying a plane into the Pentagon?" Well... maybe the Pentagon, who...
  • Commented on PSA: The Delirium Brief
    This is getting tedious. I'm going to have to crack a book when I get home. The book... yeah, well, early seventies, this woman published a book on magick (please note the spelling is deliberate, we're not talking prestidigitation, nor...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Speaks Pantone? Um, yo.... Here at work, about five years ago, we got a real poster printer - 42"x100' rolls of paper, *12* ink cartridges. I have it hooked up to a Linux server. Now, HP was all "Windows or...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Come *on*, wasn't it obvious to, like, *everyone* that's a Palantir, and we *know* who's on the other side of it, giving them their orders.... I admit it's a bit warm for my high boots and cloak, but time to...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    UFOs.... Ok, serious time, now: we have not seen real UFOs, nor have there been any contacts. Evidence: 1. We know *exactly* where every damn bit of research came from; we can track *every* technolody back. There have been *no*...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    You wrote: "VLFs, not ELFs, hhmph." I see they succeeded. I, on the other hand, see VLF backwards, and add an extra line on the bottom of the F... and it's spelled elves, not elfs.... I know conspiracy theories better...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    HYDRA.... Y'know, there's a book I've mentioned before, by Flynn, called In The Country of the Blind. Seems that there *is* a formula that lets you (dare I say it?) Rule The World from behind the scenes. Unfortunately, a) it...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Kingsbury. A VERY good book; my late wife and I thought/think highly of it. So did others - it was a Hugo nominee. mark...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Lie eternally - is the Cthulhu, or Trumpolini? Btw, folks, the Special Counsel is a Big Deal. Esp. since yesterday, the deputy AG, Rosenstein, dropped this small, insignificant note: the investigation has expanded to include a CRIMINAL investigation. I'm guessing...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    THANK YOU. Seriously. mark...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    You wrote: The real picture is, "we generate a money supply, feed it out into the economy through spending on capital projects, social programs, and wages, and apply taxes to mop some of it up in order to prevent inflation"....
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    GODDAMN IT! Where the *fuck* is that translated poem fragment about grey-eyed Athena from? I want translator, publisher, and where the fuck I can buy it (well, I did save $8 by buying OGH's latest oeuvre). It's drop-dead *gorgeous*. Why,...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    "Riyadh, Jerusalem, Vatican" I'm tired - went to see China Mieville last night talking about his new non-fiction book on the Russian Revolution, then got home late... So wondered why that itinerary wasn't the other way around... since I was...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    I will wonder how the huge number of Soviet tanks is a much better solution to being invaded than, say, the Maginot Line. And was it unjustified paranoia? Let me note that after WWI, the British Army and a US...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Gosh darn it, who would've thought Presidentin' would be so hard? Slate: The End Is Neigh NPR (Faux News Lite): Impeachment moving from conspiracy theory to mainstream. (Why was it "conspiracy theory", rather than only on the left?) And, according...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    I'm sorry, but we had to destroy the village in order to save it.... mark...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    Just as a datapoint... I could swear that 10 years ago, in a news column about who had what, they said NK has somewhere between 4 and 8 *working* nukes. And re 189: "a massive invasion/decapitation strike"... So, you personally...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    A number of cmts, which I should preface with the stmt that I work for a US federal contractor as a senior systems administrator (Linux) (so I'm with the government, and I'm here to help you... actually, yes), which shall...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    There is NO REASON that trains can't go faster... except that the railroads don't want to do that expensive additional maintenance to keep the trackage up to high-speed passenger standards. In the US, except for the northeast corridor (aka...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Now, it *could* have been someone other than Feynmann, but I'm thinking it was.... I have a friend, and back in the eighties, we were talking about my Famous Secret Theory (FST). Now, my FST is, in fact, valid physics...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    I am extremely concerned about autonomous vehicles *except* on them-only roadways, like a lane on the Interstates... or downtown. Going through the posts, I realized the obvious way to massively cut traffic and human driving: I have read that Julius...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Worse: Drumpf, on achieving the Oval Office, gets not just the nuclear codes, but the Magickal Keys, and lets Bannon conduct ceremonies with them.......
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Please...please. I read that, and a picture flashed into my mind, of a giant toad-like being eating the Orange Cheetoh head-first..... mark...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    We're not even vaguely near 300, but... Comey's firing. Charlie, here's an addition to your prediction of the year's events: Trumpolini has Air Force 1 fly him to South Africa, where he requests asylum, as criminal money laundering charges are...
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