here’s the Contessa.
here’s the Contessa.
If you don’t know the story, Kermit Gosnell was an abortionist operating in Philly. For decades, he ran a filthy, illegal, chop shop where he killed hundreds of babies and at least one woman as well. Like the Muslim rape gangs in England, he was able to escape punishment for many years because the authorities refused to police him the way they police the rest of us. Because of the nature of his business – abortion – Kermit Gosnell was left to wreak havoc with the full knowledge of the government and press.
An aerospace executive in China has announced plans to launch a satellite which would serve as an artificial moon designed to illuminate a city at night.
It would be from a satellite–er, an artificial one– and I think this sounds AWESOME!
Over at TAC.
Actress Cyrina Fiallo won plaudits from me as a tattooed, multi-colored hair blogger, who covers the trial when the mainstream media ignores it, and gives valuable informational tips about Gosnell and his clinic to the prosecutors. She states well a view that should be a credo for all bloggers: she is for the truth no matter if the truth comports with her personal views. The way in which bloggers by their coverage shamed the mainstream media to cover the Gosnell trial was one of the shining moments for new media.
about the idea that when you have a group that folks choose every 4 years, and a group you choose every 2 years, then if folks suddenly choose a WHOLE BUNCH of the 2 year guys, the 4 year guys don’t have the same presumption of support?
The OBVIOUS assumption is, if they’re all sorted by groups, the older-but-longer-hire guys did something annoying enough that folks chose the other option.
Been watching folks melt down over the idea of voting on a judge near an “election.”
News flash, our system is fairly well designed to minimize the damage that can be done by the longer-term guys via making it so short-term guys can stop or oppose changes with only a two year lag.
Aren’t such stores bland, puerile, and unimaginative?
My take-away: that has nothing to do with being illustrated.
I think it was a writer over at Superversivesf.com who may have been the one to note that, in the U.S., animated television shows and feature films tend to be considered the province of children. Many look askance at an adult who openly proclaims interest in shows such as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, The Lion Guard, Phineas and Ferb, or the latest animated release from Japan. How can grown men and women find anything of worth in cartoons meant for kids? Aren’t such stores bland, puerile, and unimaginative?
Well no, not in most cases. In fact, there are many I could recommend to a fellow adult without the slightest trace of embarrassment. These endorsements run the gamut from Maurice Sendak’s animated Little Bear and Disney’s Madeleine to the more mature Zoids: Chaotic Century and Transformers Prime. Each series has something of value to offer a…
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