Politics, Economy, Science

Gas Prices are Awesome!

19 November, 2008 Ken Everyday LifePolitics, Economy, ScienceUncategorized

$2.50/gallon yesterday and falling another dime today.  Probably less than what I was paying when I first started driving 20 years ago (Adjusted for inflation, of course).  And now the barrel is supposed to drop under $40?  Must be the fault of those greedy oil execs everyone is always talking about, LOL.

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Climate Change – Politics versus Science, Again

16 November, 2008 Ken Politics, Economy, ScienceUncategorized

More of the same. It’s a curse having a philosophy degree, seeing clearly yet being able to do little about nonsense in the greater world of mass sentiment. The frustration comes from knowing the difference between accepted opinions and emotional please on one side, scientific data and rational arguments on the other … when Gore […]

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Extrasolar planets versus underwear

16 June, 2008 Ken Everyday LifePolitics, Economy, Science

I ran to the living room a moment ago to share my elation with my wife that the number of discovered extrasolar planets has broken the 300 mark. My wife noted a discovery of my abdominal midriff when I raised my arms, and sharing additional astronomical facts with her about the mass of the planet, […]

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Urban Dictionary

13 January, 2008 Ken Everyday LifePolitics, Economy, Science

I played around with it, added “brainwashing” and “Tai Cheese” and decided to become an editor.  Now I’m going through other people’s entries and came across this one: 43. Bill Clinton: favorite  The meat in a Bush Sr. Bush Jr. homosexual sandwhich. see gay marriage and antichrist Those three are f$&kin eachother I’m tellin ya! […]

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Zeitgeist – The Movie

29 November, 2007 Ken Politics, Economy, Science

This movie is many things.  I will focus on two of those things and the rest will become apparent. Watch it first, then return to this post. …

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What Globalism Means to Me

25 May, 2007 Ken Everyday LifePolitics, Economy, Science

In exchange for some boxes of corn bread, which took a fortune to send to Scotland, my wife found someone online willing to procure a stamp I saw in Business 2.0 from the UK. 8 Boxes of Cornbread = United Kingdom stamp set including an image of Santa pooping in someone’s chimney Not a bad exchange rate, […]

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Email or not to Email

17 January, 2007 Ken Editorial & DiscussionPolitics, Economy, Science

I got the following email from someone: An unemployed man is desperate to support his family of a wife and three kids. He applies for a janitor’s job at a large firm and easily passes an aptitude test. The human resources manager tells him, “You will be hired at minimum wage of $5.35 an hour. […]

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George W. Bush “Axis of Evil” World Tour T-Shirt

2 February, 2006 Ken Editorial & DiscussionPolitics, Economy, Science

I designed this shirt, which can be found by going to BushWorldTour.Com {edit: Link goes to Spreadshirt store}: Front: George W. Bush <Graphic> “Axis of Evil” World Tour Back: “Axis of Evil” Tour Dates Kabul, Afghanistan – October 2001 Bagdad, Iraq – March 2003 P’yongyang, N. Korea – TBA Tehran, Iran – TBA Coming Soon to […]

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Letter to IRS

2 April, 2005 Ken Editorial & DiscussionPolitics, Economy, Science

{posted on Hobowars.Com gang forum} This was an actual letter sent to the IRS after the author was denied tax deductions on two of his children. Dear Sirs: I am responding to your letter denying the deduction for two of the three dependents I claimed on my 1994 Federal Tax return. Thank you. I have […]

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Globalization Perspective

1 April, 2005 Ken Editorial & DiscussionPolitics, Economy, Science

Kevin Osborne Seattle, WA I think globalization in itself is not bad or good; it is just a fact of life in an increasingly interconnected world. What IS worth protesting is the fact that the organizations that govern international trade aren’t sufficiently democratic or transparent in their operations. The sovereignty of democratic people should never […]

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