Bits & Bytes

BIDENFLATION: CLICK [3:23] to hear Biden’s new spox not answer a very simple question. I only got through half of it, because my tolerance for lies and nonsense is very, very limited.

BUFFALO: The Buffalo shooting has gotten loads of coverage from the narrative-loving slimers, at least some of whom called the shooter a “mainstream Republican.” Never mind that the shooter’s own manifesto says he identifies as “authoritarian left” and “populist.”

That combination reminds me of a college student I saw in a video who called himself a “Libertarian Socialist.” The conservative he was talking too laughed and said, “That’s like saying you’re an Atheist Christian. There’s no such thing.”

I’m thinking “authoritarian leftist/populist” is the same kind of oxymoron, one that adds up to an immature person who wants the government to force other people to let him have whatever he wants whenever he wants it.

FEMINISM: When I saw this graphic, it stopped me cold. I sat for the longest time thinking, “But didn’t the top generation RAISE the bottom generation?” Maybe what happened is that the “Hear me roar” women in the top generation were so focused on My Life, My Career, and My Freedom to Choose that they didn’t bother much with nurturing the offspring they did bother to carry to term.

LAGUNA WOODS: Police say a group of churchgoers tackled the Laguna Woods gunman, hog-tied his legs with an extension cord, and removed his weapons after he killed one person and wounded four others at a gathering in a largely Taiwanese church.

The media has mostly ignored the story, but Rep. Fang Banger was paying attention. Mr. Classy tweeted, “Sorry @housegop that the parishioners hog-tied your boy. #SorryNotSorry

Andy Ngo replied, “The suspect is a man from China who the FBI has opened a hate crime investigation into because he allegedly targeted the parishioners based on their Taiwanese identity. Given your past personal connections to a Chinese Communist spy, it’s more likely the suspect was ‘your boy.’

MIDTERMS: The furor over SCOTUS possibly/probably/hopefully overturning Roe has apparently not changed voters’ opinions about anything. The latest poll shows Americans tied 46% to 46% in their preference for which party gains/retains control of Congress, which is pretty much the same result from the same pollster’s pre-SCOTUS leak poll.

PORN: A new survey found that men who reported having watched pornography in the previous 24 hours also reported the highest rates of loneliness.

PRO-ABORTS: The Saturday march for abortion was marked by disrespect, vulgarity, and profanity. One sign showed conservative SCOTUS justices in a trash can and said, “Pitch in! Put trash in its place.” Yup. That pretty much sums up the level of respect and tolerance we can expect from people who think living, DNA-unique human beings are disposable just because they aren’t born yet.

GRAMMY NOTES: Bunny and Bootz built these awesome projects, by themselves, with real, kid-sized tools! The kits and tools are at Lowe’s.



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3 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. red

    According to Keven Jackson’s blacksphere, since dems leaked the possibility of knocking out Roe V. Wade from fed politics, the percentage of approval for conservatives has gone from 1% over dems, to 7% and climbing!

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      The only poll Dems quote is one that had a majority of Americans saying Roe should not be overturned. But when you deep dive into actual abortion opinions and frame the question in a way that explains just how broad Roe is, the actual support for the Dems’ extreme position drops to about 33% … roughly the same percent of angels who rebelled and fell.