A sense of aloneness

And for a little while I held onto my weird bond with the dead artist. But – (shockingly) – it turns out leaning on Leonardo DaVinci for reassurance of how totally and completely not-weird I was, was a terrifically bad strategy. And before long the instinctive childlike kinship I initially felt with Leonardo was a source of confusion and something almost approaching self-scolding in and of itself.
Because only DaVinci is DaVinci.

Entertainment for Armageddon: Trump’s racist NFL bullshit inspires Stephen Colbert’s greatest monologue

I like Stephen as Stephen, but until now, I didn’t love him like I did on Colbert Report, but in this monologue he makes up all that lost ground, and more in the most succinct, pointed, … Continue reading Entertainment for Armageddon: Trump’s racist NFL bullshit inspires Stephen Colbert’s greatest monologue

The Science of Retractions

” …my point is that, at least to the best of my recollection, I don’t recall seeing a retraction of a study published in a well-regarded, peer reviewed, scientific journal. Hence, not much retraction action.
Until now.
And now that I’ve seen this odd creature in the wild, I want more —
because it is AWESOME.”

“How does a black person not get shot in America?”

“How does a black person not get shot in America?”

Nazis Make a Lot of Sense – Military Theory Part II

We need brute force to keep our drones. We certainly cannot lose them to the enemy. For our drones we need Germany.  We are not leaving Germany to chance. Oh, say, you know who’s good at … Continue reading Nazis Make a Lot of Sense – Military Theory Part II