Friday, January 18, 2019


call into question the integrity or validity of [BuzzFeed News, CNN, MSNBC,...].
Commenter meade over at Althouse about the latest no-evidence shit show .

Luther said that the very least parishioners should be able to ask of their church is that it not steal from them. What's the least we should we expect from professional journalists?

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Friday, January 11, 2019

A Prediction

An attempt will be made to punish or fire Professor Dunn.

NBC goes full NBC

A man with a gun breaks into your home. How would you describe him? Armed robber? Home invader?

Here is how NBC does it.

A pertinent riposte.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Constable Ken B

There is a Reader's Challenge for GAD readers. I will sign up for the easiest, laziest one: Gold Constable.

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

1/1024 part working class

”I'm gonna get me a beer.”

The Great Stupiding Continues

Vaginal steaming. Buy your herbs here.

Warm fuzzies

A story that gives me warm fuzzies. More hypocrisy from Greenpeace.

Andrew Sullivan

The goal of our culture now is not the emancipation of the individual from the group, but the permanent definition of the individual by the group. We used to call this bigotry. Now we call it being woke.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

2018 Mystery Reprints

The details are here. I will collect my ratings and reactions here of the ones I read or have already read.

My own votes were for two of the QPQ and the Rogers, because they all went on the TBR and look interesting.

Grindle Nightmare, Q. Patrick.(Alredy read)  A bit over 4/5. Not as grim as Brad presents it, lots of dark humor.

So Blue Marble, Hughes. 3/5

Seventh Guest, Boca. 1/5 Didn’t finish.

Murder Isn’t Easy, Hull. (Already read) 4/5 Amusing, clever, but not very surprising.

Verdict of Twelve, Postgate. (Already read) 5/5 This is a famous classic, so I didn’t vote for it,  but if you are just looking for a good vintage murder mystery this is the clear winner so far.