Friday, March 23, 2018

First thing on your mind, too?

            Techno Thrills

Machines already play a part in the shopping experience for many, with self-checkout facilities popping up in supermarkets and department stores all over the world. They now continue their push into retail, with Walmart expanding its trials of robots that roam the aisles for sections in need of attention. Self-checkouts have been around for years now, but the truth is there a other repetitive tasks that could conceivably be carried out by machines. Way back in 2015, Simbe Robotics took aim at at this with a fully autonomous robot called Tally that rolls around stores using a sensor array to make sure shelves are fully stocked and that items are correctly priced, placed and labelled. [FULL]

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Norm Macdonald Does the News ...


Ice Capades

Sorry .. The laughing made me laugh


Obama Calling ...


Daily Stuff Meant For Yesterday

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

So, guess what?

One of 234,673 known ...

A Fine Tale


At your own risk

Much has been written about Melania Trump's topless photos, but it's run of the mill by European standards

Living the dream

MORE (Babylon Bee)

Playing it Cool and Mortified

cinema à la carte                                 

Playing it Cool Brilliant (IMHO)

There are parts of this (1. The Mortified Guide to Love and Sex Vol.1) that nearly sent me into Laughter-Induced Syncope

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Ricky Gervais on NetFlix


If Louie CK's "Of course ... but maybe.." routine offended you, so might this.  
But, then,  there's this reason to watch.

Testing Warren's Squawness

Radio Host Will Sneak Warren's DNA  and Test Her Squawness

Which again begs the question ... why hasn't somebody grabbed some Brock Obama DNA sample and test it against any number of possible  daddys, including Barack Obama Sr.? 


Genesis- Democrats & OPM

Monday, March 19, 2018

Deep Deep States


I have in the past been a Catholic with, erm, Pope Francis issues

Appears I had good instincts.  This is not just a Catholic church issue.

Fatima and the New World Order 
(Couldn't sleep after watching late Sat night)

An Unholy Alliance: the UN, Soros, and the Francis Papacy - Elizabeth Yore - Chicago 2017 - OLA IL
(Couldn't sleep after watching last night)

Reading between the lines
It is “no coincidence” that some Catholic groups “have asked President Trump to open a commission of inquiry to investigate whether the administration of Barack Obama exerted pressure on Benedict,” said Archbishop Luigi Negri in an interview Monday, citing other revelations by Wikileaks regarding efforts by the Democratic Party to sway the direction of the Catholic Church in the United States.

Saturday, March 17, 2018


McCabe Pays For His Sins!


Res Ipsa LoquiturComey-McCabe


What I See


RUSH: Now, Stephen Hawking has passed away, age 76, the longest surviving human in history with ALS. He had a variation of this disease that was not as deadly as the primary form of the disease is. Living to 76 with ALS is a big deal, and he’s been acknowledged as the smartest, the most intelligent, the brightest, years and years — light years — ahead of everybody in terms of knowledge of the universe and quantum physics and laser physics, astrophysics, all of physics’ fields. He’s just light years ahead of everybody, acknowledged to be smarter than anybody in the world.

Yet this guy said that we’ve got 200 years… Where have we heard this before? “We have 200 years! If we don’t figure out how to colonize someplace else, we’ve got 200 years and we’re toast.” Now, would somebody explain to me where else that we can go? Is there a planet that supports life right now? Would somebody explain this to me? Where is it? What are we gonna colonize? I’m not trying to be disrespectful to Professor Hawking. Folks, I’m just a college dropout radio guy. I just have common sense, everyday questions.

A guy says to me, “We’re toast in 200 years unless we figure out how to colonize X.” What? The moon? Mars? We’re gonna have to create global warming someplace, wherever we go, to be able to live there. You ever stop to think about that? I mean, and everybody swoons and thinks, “Wow, man! He’s so far ahead of all of us.” And I don’t doubt that, in his field, there’s no question he was light years ahead of everybody and there’s no way to prove it. We just all accepted it. But this colonizing someplace else?

It’s not just him. Elon Musk is on this. You know, all of these Silicon Valley brain wizards say, “The earth is gonna destroy us! Global warming, climate change are gonna destroy us. We’re gonna run out of this, run out of that.” We’re not running out of anything. Natural resources are increasing. Life expectancy is increasing. Life on earth has never been better than it is today in any statistical way that you want to measure it, and yet the doom-and-gloom crowd says, “Two hundred years! Two hundred…” That means the people who are gonna eventually colonize have not been born yet.

(interruption) Just did what? (interruption) I know he just… (interruption) This is not the first time I have raised questions… (interruption) Okay. Wait a minute, now. Snerdley and the staff are saying, “I can’t believe you did this. The guy just passed away!” Okay. What am I supposed to do? “Folks, I wish to join Professor Hawking in encouraging you and every one of us to begin immediately working on transferring our entire population to somewhere else. We’ve got 200 years to figure it out, and I today come before you to endorse…”

Is that what I was supposed to do because he passed away? (interruption) I don’t want you to hit the delay button. This is not a sign of disrespect. Is it sounding like a sign of disrespect? You know… (interruption) Of course I know I’m the only one in the world… (interruption) It’s not just on the day of Stephen Hawking passing away. I mean, Elon Musk mentions this, you know, twice a month, and whenever I hear about it, I say the same thing: “Where are we gonna go, and how are we gonna get one billion people there?


I have all kinds of… You know, the Big Bang. Let’s look at the Big Bang. People accept that the Big Bang is how all of this began. Now, again, folks, I have a belief. One of the ways I have proven to myself… ‘Cause I think we’ve all tried to do this. We accept the faith, but then we still test it. As long as there are questions that we can ask… Meaning, we have been created with the intelligence to create or ask these questions, this quest for knowledge.

If there are questions we can ask to which we will never have the answers, then that gives me confidence that there is more than just life on earth. What is the point of creating beings who can ponder such places if they don’t exist? Certainly the Big Bang. Again, I’ll admit I’m just a college dropout radio guy, okay? I’m not a professional physicist. I’m not a professional scientist. I do not own a lab coat, white or light blue. So they tell me that the Big Bang is where everything began. Hawking says it’s the Big Bang and we’re still expanding. [Full Brillancy]

Heads up via Skoonj

Fr. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. dissects Stephen Hawking's statement that
you don't need a "first cause" to explain the creation of the universe.

Are faith and science in conflict? Actually there has never been a better time to unite the two. Contemporary science is giving us the tools to test our reasons to believe, and is leading us to some surprising conclusions.

To Wit ... Science, Reason & Faith

Congrats ...

Friday, March 16, 2018

$10 Says He the 2nd Amendment is Greek to him

Today's Ignorant Twat

Here's Why

Monday, March 12, 2018

Lighting cigar here boss

A Timely Primer


Honk If You've Had Enough


A Muzzled Angelino Unmuzzled

L.A. Residents & L.A. as a Sanctuary City 

Avenging Eagles

Democrats Attacking 2nd Amendment

Miss Real America