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  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    Seen from "my side" of the water, the show looks quite good so far, I think that Brexit and (Erdogan losing whatever mind he once allegedly had) will actually end up benefiting the EU and EU citizens in many ways....
  • Commented on The End of the British nuclear deterrent?
    I think the belief that there are "responsible adults" in Trump's cabinet who will talk sense into him is highly speculative and not supported by the evidence to date. So far Donald Trump has successfully loaded his cabinet up with...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Sorry, Yes. I believe that. For 2 reasons: 1) Donald Trump, The Internet Justice Warriors and (sadly) The Media shares a rather interesting property: They run almost entirely on click-ratings, up-votes, likes, tweets or whatever social media bullshit that drives...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Yes. The GM crops are engineered to be difficult to propagate and all those "free" trade agreements allows the IP-owners to come down really hard on anyone who still tries. The Monsanto strains are mostly engineered to support the sale...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Personally I don't believe that Trump, Bannon et al could pull something like this off deliberately No, but, there is at least the remote possibility that a tentacled monster wielding terrifying eldritch powers remains cloaked within the "Clown Car Crash...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    If those GM crops happens to be produced by Monsanto they will just be another part of the globalist toolkit for "The Cull". Tools like Glyphosphate, PCB, Agent Orange: Insidious, toxic, shit that worms its way into every foodstuff and...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    Also, if "liberalism" is so rotten & corrupt as you claim, what are you going to replace it with that is BETTER? *I* am not replacing anything, I am not The Führer everyone are looking for. I'd prefer that...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    .... this is by way of introducing the philosophy the neoconservative ideologues run on — that it's necessary to tell attractive lies that paint a picture of a world better than it really is, ... I think your scope is...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    Hard Call - Your Stories? What went into them? Which totally does not solve the degeneration problem of course. I happen to like your stories because they are entertaining and (scarily enough) somewhat plausible, this according to actual research papers...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    Exactly! There is a machine behind Donald Trump. There is will, resources and purpose hidden behind Donald Trump. While the media and that tragic assortment of failed intellectuals like Paul Krugman rend cloth and howl over that latest terrible Tweet...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    I am sorry, but, the name calling annoys me. Underestimating and even denigrating Donald Trump has proven to be an unfailingly losing strategy so far. Over a dozen republican presidential hopefuls and Hillary Clinton have already made that very mistake...
  • Commented on Busy busy busy
    I've always found it even more amusing to contemplate the idea that the creator of cosmological expansion, pulsars, and salmon waxes wroth over the tendency of some humans to rub their genitalia together Ahh, but, that kind of creator rhymes...
  • Commented on Busy busy busy
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  • Commented on Busy busy busy
    ... because their security respond about the way the US Secret Service responds to death threats against the POTUS). ... Since "they" have wormholes, "they" *could* take the lazy way and just link one cubic centimetre of the inside...
  • Commented on A reminder
    Universal Basic Income would piss off the fundamentalist/puritan base, And the racists - "all of hose wellfare queens sponging off ..... yadada". Fact Is: The majority of the neoliberal ritual gutting of the welfare states in Denmark and Sweden has...
  • Commented on Playtime is over
    Nope. I can make up my own bullshit quite easily, unlike you, who couldn't even make one argument on which part is Wrong. The Wikileaks would be a good choice, to stay right on form....
  • Commented on Playtime is over
    Facebook was spammed silly with fake news stories concocted by kids in the impoverished Macedonian town of Veles aggressively pushed made-up pro-Trump stories ... https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/1120 -> Attachments, "150407 Strategy on GOP" "We need to be elevating the Pied Piper candidates...
  • Commented on The Day After
    There are lots of angry, financially disenfranchised white people who perceive that their standard of living has declined in the long term. See!? The Framing: "White People" and "Perceive". Do you *really* think that only "White People" got it worse...
  • Commented on Wooden Train Parenting
    Your sneering ignorance is profound. Well, thank you. A compliment from you is a compliment indeed I gather*. Ok, I apologise, I should have used the generic "one", rather than '"you"' to make it clearer which part of the...
  • Commented on Wooden Train Parenting
    You don't need to be "left-wing" to be afraid of fascism or USA christianity. No, but "you" have to belong solidly to that self-serving class that calls itself "the left" for convenience to completely fail to see how "your"...
  • Commented on The Day After
    Next couple of months: Obama exits. People will feel a strange sad fondness for the utopian era of good governance. (In time, the past 8 years will seem surrounded by a rosy glow, as of Camelot during the days of...
  • Commented on Wooden Train Parenting
    Sure, It's ALWAYS someone else's fault with "you lot". Just get this: Keep pushing the same neo-liberal bullshit policies and keep failing. No Putin required, just hard-nosed stupidity and ignorance about the world as it is. The democrats went and...
  • Commented on Wooden Train Parenting
    Yup. I became an engineer because I had to find a way to safely detonate home-made explosives without resorting to lead styphnate and stuff, which felt "twitchy" even to my immortal teen soul. I went to the library and got...
  • Commented on Writer, Interrupted
    Being "an experienced worker" I have seen variations of this kind of thing several times before. Based on my experience, the best course of action is to not be on any committees or to get involved in any way or...
  • Commented on Writer, Interrupted
    ISO 9000 ? Hah - A mere cantrip by a occasional dabbler in the occult! For a Great Invocation try ISO 15926 "Industrial automation systems and integration – Integration of life-cycle data for process plants including oil and gas production...
  • Commented on Writer, Interrupted
    Heh - @ My current workplace manglement have hired a team of "architects". These people are really a just consultants and interior designers who designs a "collaborative workspace where ideas and conversation can flow freely". AKA: Open Plan Office. They...
  • Commented on Reality is broken
    I'm effectively giving it an unwelcome externally-induced rewrite that has come along after I got my head-space into an entirely different setting. Imagine how it will suck after, having carefully re-written, it slowly becomes clear that, actually, no one...
  • Commented on Why Should You Care About Virtual Reality? Because It's A Source Of Hope.
    Voice changing should be very possible. Especially with today's hardware. The GSM voice compression algorithm works by building two models of the vocal chords, throat and nose cavities (the model is an variable frequency impulse generator followed by two tunable...
  • Commented on The Nightmare Stacks: US Launch
    It's caused by quantum immortality on a global scale. You see, Every time we manage to nuke each other, cook the planet, trigger a vacuum collapse or let gibbering horrors into our space-time, the universal probability of Intelligent Life on...
  • Commented on The Nightmare Stacks: US Launch
    Here, on the other side of the pond, one could perhaps be allowed the slight hope that freed from the perpetual spoiling and griefing by the UK government, a better EU might be able to emerge. We will certainly not...
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