Categories: News, Politics, Science

Food, poisonous food...

February 15th, 2009
Apparently, taking a loss by destroying tainted products and not poisoning people would be better for the long-term success of a company. Although, to be fair, after the criminally incompetent regulation we've seen over the last eight years (when we… more »

Conservative welfare

February 6th, 2009
I need to stop talking about politics for a while. It just annoys me. But sometimes I just can't resist, and I have a question: Why the hell are conservative pundits still getting work? Millions of people losing their jobs, and yet there's still a b… more »

Interlude: It's only a 3D representation of "work," anyway

January 26th, 2009
Or, "Our world may be a giant hologram." Because string theory didn't have a high enough SAN loss value: The idea that we live in a hologram probably sounds absurd, but it is a natural extension of our best understanding of black holes, and somet… more »

And why should we listen to you?

January 7th, 2009
"He [Barack Obama] was rather critical during the campaign of some of the policies we pursued, for example, in terms of terrorist surveillance or interrogation of terrorist prisoners," Cheney said. "If I had advice to give it would be, before you sta… more »

Oh dear

December 17th, 2008
At the recommendation of our glorious blogmaster, I spent a little time perusing TBogg's blog. In one post, he linked to a conservative website, and I, in an amazing display of stupidity and utter lack of self-preservation, clicked the link. As they… more »