Monday Highlights

Good morning.

  1. Observation that the organic natural crunchy ex-hippy/love-love-love movement is also the the one of harsh chemical aborto-facients and the very non-organic act of abortion, which doesn’t make much sense.
  2. A place for the off SCOTUS debate on healthcare.
  3. Tension and the racket.
  4. Recession.
  5. Tacos (pizza next?) by quadra-copter drone delivery.
  6. Democrats like to complain that the GOP has no ideas … odd that, especially when you look at a non-spun list of their notions.
  7. The Zimmerman/Martin kerfuffle.
  8. Patents and software.
  9. Technology.
  10. Inequality and housing.
  11. UK continuing its trend toward … what?
  12. Honor to the fallen, one way.

6 responses to “Monday Highlights

  1. 1.Observation that the organic natural crunchy ex-hippy/love-love-love movement…

    What they won’t observe, of course, is that NYC has seen its abortion rate drop a whopping 20% in the last decade. How did that happen with all those inconsistent hippy organic crunch nuts? Maybe by letting people decide for themselves. I’ve meet people who sing the praises of organic foods and so on but none of them would have thought to deny me the ability to get a juicy burger from Burger King or gulp down Mcdonald’s sharmrock shake, a green monumunt to inorganic chemistry!

  2. 6.Democrats like to complain that the GOP has no ideas … odd that, especially when you look at a non-spun list of their notions.

    that’s what a ‘non-spun’ list looks like? Care to show us what a spun one looks like?

  3. 7.The Zimmerman/Martin kerfuffle.

    I think the issue is less the actual end result of the case (I can see it turning out that Zimmerman may be innocent of any crime) but the handling of it. For example, this kid was talking to his gf on the phone telling her that some guy had been following him for a while and he was getting worried about it. If the police had shown up with the guy dead and the kid holding a gun claiming that he ‘stood his ground’ and was simply applying Florida’s self-defense law, even if he had a broken nose, I doubt he would not have been arrested.

  4. Boonton,
    On the notion that the organic crowd is libertarian … you haven’t heard of PETA I apparently, or was that just a kindred argument to the imagination thing, the the selective memory as argument?

  5. I think the problem here is too much imagination. As in rather than engaging with actual people your blogger would rather engage with imaginary leftists. If you want to engage with PETA fanatics on abortion then do so. Please be as polite as to actually look up extreme animal rightists and see what they have to say rather than pretending to engage with a ‘crunchy hippy’ in your head.

  6. Boonton,
    PETA activists are pro-life? Truly?

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