Monthly Archives: November 2017

Liberal Male Guilt: Virtue Signals and Truths

A reader posted a link to the article The Unexamined Brutality of the Male Libido by Stephen Marche in her response to my post Are Men Who Avoid Women at Work Being Childish? Here are my comments: After weeks of … Continue reading

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The Son of Man: Origin

Chapter 7 of the book of Daniel, one of the prophetic books of the Jewish “Old Testament”, is an apocalyptic vision taken by Christians as a prophecy of the coming savior, the Christ. In the Christian “New Testament”, Jesus often … Continue reading

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Review of “The Punisher” (Season 1)

* * * * A I thought the first season of NetFlix Daredevil started off strong, but it didn’t hold my interest. I haven’t watched the second season, in which the Punisher makes his first TV appearance, or any of … Continue reading

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Are Men Who Avoid Women at Work Being Childish?

According to a writer in the Metro, a free daily newspaper I sometimes read on the train, yes. She writes: Men, the answer is to grow up – not avoid women. Calling all men! In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual … Continue reading

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Review of “Justice League” (mild spoilers)

* * * B The DC Comics answer to the Avengers is here. Justice League pits Batman (Ben Afflick), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), the Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason “Drogo” Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) against an ancient and powerful … Continue reading

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15000 Scientists are Scaremongers

After more than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries issued a ‘warning to humanity’, the CBC is reporting that the scientists have been accused of scaremongering and ‘overheated claims’. Who are these shit lords who dare criticize science? Other scientists. “It concerns … Continue reading

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Marvel Comics Are Eating Themselves

Occasionally, revisiting a story with a fresh take on it has been known to be a good thing. For example, Marvel’s Ultimates were for the most part superior to the originals. They took the good ideas from the original books, … Continue reading

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Paris Discord: You Can’t Make This Up

On the heals of yesterday’s post, In the Coal Debate, there’s an Asian Elephant in the Room, the CBC has an article Global carbon pollution rises after 3 straight flat years. Who could be responsible for such a thing? Preliminary … Continue reading

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In the Coal Debate, there’s an Asian Elephant in the Room

Canada, the UK, and others are talking about eliminating the use of coal to generate power. Coal burning causes close to half of global CO2 emissions. Only one problem: Our combined share of the total coal burned is tiny. As … Continue reading

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Review of “Thor: Ragnarok” (mild spoilers)

* * * * A The death of Thor’s father, Odin (Anthony “Hannibal” Hopkins), the ruler of Asgard, which is triggered by Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the god of mischief, releases Hela, goddess of death (Cate “Galadriel” Blanchett) who takes over … Continue reading

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