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- The FBI. — yes, the freakin’ FBI. — has cameras on Seattle streets and a judge has just forbidden releasing information about them. Why should the FBI be doing street-level surveillance in U.S. cities (if they’re in Seattle, they’re everywhere else)? We can’t know and I haven’t found a single article that tells more than this one does. (H/T @EasyMac308 on Gab)
- Why aren’t Americans moving away from impoverished, jobless areas? Government, of course.
- Oh, there are SO many problems with technocracy — as the technocrats themselves are now learning the hard way (after they made millions of us learn the hard way).
- Bill St. Clair has a new site (there’s also an app) called Kakuro-Dojo. If you enjoy sudoku, you’re gonna love its more challenging “big brother,” kakuro. Addictive. Highly addictive. Brain work!
- Didn’t know that the U.S. Marine Corps was into publishing fiction? Well, here’s its online book projecting science-fictional futures. (Tip o’ hat to MJR)
- And if you needed further evidence that the defeated left is desperately violent, Project Veritas provides it again. (H/T Cat) Project Veritas also repeatedly provides evidence that stupid criminals and criminal wannabes will talk stupidly to damn near anybody.
- No matter how down-in-the-Dumpster they may be, professional leftists still get paid amazingly well, though. Heck, for that kind of money, I’d happily protest any damn thing they asked me to protest. I’m not proud. (UPDATE: Site is probably fake. Still, if somebody wants to offer me that kind of money, I’ll protest anything. I can be bought, just not cheaply.)
- After all this, we clearly need a cute kitten who’ll do anything to reach its puppy friend.