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- “My name is Julie Golob and I flinch.” A top competitive shooter explains how to overcome the dreaded flinchies.
- This is the way it should be when a self-defender is temporarily gunless.
- Browser fingerprinting. Oh lucky us. It can now be done even when we switch browsers.
- Seattle — which gets nowhere near as much rain as people imagine — is about to break a rain record. (Everybody thinks the NorthWET gets colossal amounts of rain, and in some places (like, um, where I live) it does. But Seattle’s rain is roughly equivalent to New York’s. It just tends to fall slowly but steadily instead of in infrequent but dramatic bursts.)
- This is the sort of black-and-white thinking that really, really bugs me (both inside and outside of libertaria). Just because someone (in this case a pair of very prominent people) asks for evidence of status-quo claims about vaccines does not make them “antivaxxers.” They are skeptics. Offering to finance an inquiry. What kind of benighted benighted mentality condemns skeptical inquiry?
- When there are no consequences to the perpetrators cops will torture helpless people again and again.
- Too bad this is just one teeny-tiny town. A judge says ALL speed cameras are unconstitutional and orders the local gov to repay all tickets. A higher court considers this so obviously correct it refuses to review. Nice to see the reign of speed cams and red-light cams collapsing. (H/T Wendy McElroy)
- Remember not far back when the U.S. House v*ted to do away with Obama’s atrocious policy depriviving SS recipients of their self-defense rights merely for having someone else handle their finances? This week the Senate joined in.