Monthly Archives: August 2016

Gender Privilege, Social Norms, Interesting Trends in Gender Relations

There are two videos by transgendered people who use their transgendered status to claim that they have seen both sides of the gender coin. Here is the first by a trans woman:  And here is the second featuring trans men:  … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Mechanic Resurrection

Quick Summary: Over the hill action star Jason Statham has been found living the good life in Brazil. Cue acrobatic fight scene and boat explosion. Over the hill action star Jason Statham has unnecessary backstory filling scenes with over the … Continue reading

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I stabbed you! You’re DEAD!!!

The Tueller Drill is what it is. And the Tueller Drill is ONLY what it is. It is to show how quickly someone can close 21 feet and attack you. Notice I wrote “attack” and not “kill” for a very … Continue reading

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Plausible Joker Backstory…

Every incarnation of “The Joker” has a twist on how he became that way… Here is another one for your entertainment. ******** Setting: A.R.G.U.S. archives vault. “Burn it.” Amanda Waller orders. “All of it.” The technician took all the “PROJECT … Continue reading

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Green Ammunition Gaining Acceptance

Anyone remember all the wailing and gnashing of teeth about the Army putting the environment ahead of Soldier’s lives? Is this just another case of a desire to look “green” we are willing to sacrifice our young men and women … Continue reading

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You wanted it all, you got it all, and you are still blaming men.

Reading through Quartz I came across this rather enlightening article about the relationship between the modern feminist and alcohol. http://qz.com/762868/giving-up-alcohol-opened-my-eyes-to-the-infuriating-truth-about-why-women-drink/ I’m sure the authors experience is valid, but I am not sure of her conclusions. I don’t believe there is … Continue reading

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Science, observation, hypothesis, experiment, analysis

With the water quality in Rio for swimmers in the Summer Olympics such a hot topic this year, a number of people pointed out that in the 2007 Pan American Games some swimmers were later diagnosed with bowel diseases. Link … Continue reading

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