Monthly Archives: September 2016

Westerners have noticed their politics, and Saudis have noticed their patronage: thank you, Captain Obvious (and notes on Rooster Cockburn)

First Captain Obvious saved the day at the Rutherford Institute: John Whitehead wrote: Advertisements

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Spurdo totet Deir ez-Zor (according the audio logs)

Middle East 15:19 26.09.2016(updated 21:23 26.09.2016) Get short URL 79270431984 The Syrian intelligence possesses an audio recording of conversation between Daesh terrorists and US military prior to the Washington-led coalition’s airstrikes on the government troops near Deir ez-Zor on September … Continue reading

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How will the families of the future manage their resources? Patriarchy? Religion? Race?

I wanted to write a tongue-in-cheek article about marijuana making you stupid, and I got distracted by a whites-only food bank in Glasgow, and inevitably, I ended up pondering the depths of political economy. This kind of thing happens to … Continue reading

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Why do engineers make less money than electricians?

Engineers are sharp, really sharp, right? Are they so sharp that they cut themselves?

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Katica found evidence that the FBI showed no interest in finding

Coment: The odd thing is that – apparently- the FBI didn’t bother to look for any evidence. It seems that the FBI didn’t want to find anything. In some countries, people would criticize investigators for that kind of slackness. But … Continue reading

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