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Month: March 2017

Impotent Outrage Bitches Attack Mike Pence

Written by on 31 March 2017

By now you’re no doubt familiar with the Mike Pence outrage, but if you’re not, the general outline is that Pence sets rules for his personal behavior that include two things: he won’t dine alone with other women and he won’t go without his wife to parties where alcohol is being served. This has sent […]

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Cheers To Beer And Capitalism

Written by on 28 March 2017

I love this story. It combines two of my favorite things, entrepreneurial spirit and craft beer. My love of craft beer started several years ago after a brief, but very enlightening love affair with good wine. I was fortunate to have a good friend who owned a Wine Styles store that hosted weekly wine tastings. […]

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Stop Stereotyping Right-Wing Women’s Sex Lives

Written by on 27 March 2017

The left, for all their complaining about stereotyping, labeling, and for all the “isms” they like to scream while pointing their fingers, they sure do like to put right-leaning women in a box. It is a small, stuffy box, in which no conservative/republican women are allowed to step out of, in the left’s mind (I […]

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Supporting Artists…with Capitalism?

Written by on 24 March 2017

So the current budget proposal from the President was recently revealed, and people are already taking sides on his intention to decrease the National Endowment for the Arts’ budget of $148 million. Some arguments supporting the NEA seem to be along the lines of “oh, what a horrible world it would be without the arts, […]

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Written by on 24 March 2017

You come home to find that your roommate drank your last beer. When confronted, he says he didn’t do it. He’s a liar. If you’re really mad, you call him on it and it escalates to some shouting. Or you might just say “whatever” and start looking for a new apartment. Either way, that’s the […]

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All of Your Favorite Superheroes Suck

Written by on 23 March 2017

In an earlier piece I pointed out how moribund the Star Wars/Star Trek franchises had become, and despite the endless movies, TV shows, and novels produced in these worlds, they provided nothing new, exciting, or interesting for the consumer. Wonder Woman: June 2017 Release When it comes to past-their-prime franchises, I left out the oldest […]

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