Monthly Archives: November 2022

The Castle of Heroes

By John Michael Greer at Ecosophia Abridged by me to appear on Twitter. “Marie Corelli has been all but deleted from the history of Victorian literature. Her unforgivable sin was that her bestselling novels view the world through the perspective … Continue reading

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A Futile and Stupid Gesture

Last night, watching the biography of Doug Kenney, who co-wrote National Lampoon, Animal House and Caddy Shack, before jumping off a cliff in Hawaii, beyond my fascination with all the bad wigs the actors were wearing, I wondered what he, … Continue reading

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I’m Qualified to Deliver Pizzas

Last night, I spent a couple of hours exploring the different kinds of porn, only to wake up and read a ZH article telling us how we have the world’s oldest nuclear reactors. How could I have possibly forgotten nuclear … Continue reading

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I don’t spend a lot of time worrying about people on the Left – especially academics with children who become world class criminals. Jeffrey Tucker has done a good job exposing the unprecedented FTX crypto scam. Zero Hedge has also … Continue reading

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Just Say No

I’ve been out of work for three weeks. It is entirely my fault. After eight years, I could simply no longer run an ecommerce site out of the Wife’s dress store. The reasons were many, and continued to stack up, … Continue reading

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Scamming the Scammers

Her name was Regine Blairet. I had broken the cardinal rule: “Don’t friend a beautiful woman with no friends.” I’m here in the He-Man Woman Hater’s Club House, having quit running an ecommerce site in the back of the Wife’s … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Scammers

Since 2014 Russian citizens have been haunted by wannabe ‘bank security services’ and other scammers, who demanded from ‘their’ customers PIN-codes, SMS, credit card numbers etc. Those who were too old/too dumb got rid of their money. Surprisingly 99% of … Continue reading

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