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Such progress! Such awesome justice! Three years after he choked Eric Garner to death for no reason, officer Daniel Pantaleo might get a slap on the wrist.
“Terminal.” How airports got bad enough to drive us psycho.
Hillary thinks the real reason she lost was US. Contemplate that as she asks you to shell out $30 for her new book and a minimum of $89 for a book tour ticket. (Well it probably was “us” as in people of this blog; but she appears to mean “us” as in all the people who failed to see the True Glory of Her.)
Thanks to Amazon, Seattle is now America’s largest company town.
Good luck, you coastal Texans. And others thereabouts.
And here you thought your security cameras were supposed to enhance you security, not betray your movements to thieves. Silly you.
The guy who invented those annoying and ineffective paS5w0rd! rules is now very, very sorry.
Lies of Omission is now available on DVD.
Brett Arends says he’s firing Google for firing that engineer. Robert Tracinski says the SJW/Google mindset is laying the groundwork for totalitarianism.
About that presidential speech to the Boy Scouts that has everybody in such a tizzy? Former scout (and Jamboree attendee) Jim Bovard sez maybe it was a better lesson than the stuff they usually get.
When American religion worshipped electricity.
Reality check: Does too much sugar trigger depression?
Sups get it right, and do it unanimously. Of course “hate speech” is free speech.
Now. Will the court please do away with qualified immunity for killer cops?
Ten-year-old whiz kid invents a device to prevent hot-car deaths. Don’t know if it works, but the concept is pretty darned impressive for a grade schooler.
In another triumph of automotive “security,” BMW’s new rental-car service manages to halt three Seattle ferries on a single evening.
Oh, such a relief. Apparently the cultural-appropriation pecksniffs are trying to find ways (however illogical) to “allow” writers to go on creating characters who aren’t exactly like their authors.
Looks as if Cleveland was looking for a reason to can the cop who murdered 12-year-old Tamir Rice. They found one, easily enough. Hardly a substitute for the prison sentence the creep deserved, though.