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Limited time only: Get your entire genome sequenced for $200. Today and tomorrow — and only for the first 1,000 to apply. This is not the same as a 23andMe screening. This is the whole enchilada. Billions and billions …
In that wonderful, sensible land of the UK, dogs have been accused of hate crimes — along with opened envelopes, disputed tennis calls, and a man supporting Brexit. (H/T MtK)
“Greater financial discipline” is needed, says deputy secretary of defense after the Pentagon fails its first-ever audit. From $600 toilet seats to $1,300 coffee cups and you’re just figuring that out? Let’s all shout a joint “I told you so!” as nothing improves.
The perfect Christmas gift: a gun for every employee.
Are you a freelancer or a remote worker? Could you use an extra $10,000? Then Tulsa, Oklahoma, wants YOU. And they’re willing to bribe you to move there.
Whatever your views on immigrants, legal or otherwise, Motel 6 betrayed all its customers by turning guest registries over to ICE sans warrant or subpoena. It’s good to see them having to pay through the nose.
What if the placebo effect isn’t a trick?
Hiding secret messages in fingerprints. Maybe somebody will find a use for it.
How to farm during the zombie apocalypse.
Kit Perez on forming a community survival group. This is a more rigorous process than most of us will go through, but its a good reminder of where our most important allies will be when TSHTF.
It seems certain crusaders in government don’t want Gab to have a right to free speech.
Sure, USPS. Scan every piece of mail for “security,” then grant recipients a right to have an early look at what’s awaiting them. Then put no damn security on your system at all, making identity thieves’ job easier.
You’ve heard of #BREXIT. And recently there’s been Candace Owens’ #BLEXIT. And of course the #WalkAway movement. The latter two are now joined by Roger Simon’s #JEXIT, a call to Jews to leave the Dem party.
The Niskanen Center just gave up on ideological libertarianism. (Well, why not? The LP and the Cato Institute led the way long ago. And it’s the thing to do if you’re in DC.)
Jeff Thomas: It’s not the end of the world. Just one of those mad turning points of history.
A “pro-gun” president now wants more federal gun control. Which gun groups are fighting Trump’s ineffective, obnoxious, and camel-nose-in-the-tent bump-stock ban?
Sad if true: Why medical students are having a strangely hard time mastering surgery.
Signal, the privacy-focused messaging app, has a new way of protecting users’ identity. (I still wouldn’t trust any app, but Signal seems to be the best of the real deals.)
A Colorado gun dealer offers free AR-15s and training to local rabbis to protect their congregations.
She was stalked by “smart” technology and a vicious, controlling ex in her own home. (H/T MJR)
Bovard: We need a #MeToo movement for political consent.
Roger Simon: This Jewish boy is going to buy a gun.
Hm. Well, that’s an interesting viewpoint, Bear. If “gun violence” is an epidemic, then develop a vaccine.
The perils of retiring early. I suspect many of these apply to any retirement.
Yet another college student gets attention for sending threats to herself.
From ComradeX comes this excellent political monkeywrench.
Commander Zero talks about how easy it is to become complacent about preparedness, but how rewarding it can be to deal with some of those more mundane matters.
It’s only about 60 years overdue, but Congress is finally considering ending its absurd switchblade restrictions.
There’s been a lot of this going on, but this is big: Harvard calls for the retraction of dozens of papers by a cardiologist whose work is so groundbreaking that it influenced major medtech and startup businesses.
Who gives a rat’s patoot about Fauxcahontas’s DNA (which shows she may have some dim connection to Latin America)? Not her fellow Dems, who find it rather distracting three weeks before an election that’s making them increasingly nervous.