Let life live.
Watch this short clip to find out.
The man with experience Scott Alexander shares a few thoughts on it.
Nero, you're killing Stef!
The underlying truth about, and links between, anarcho-communism, antifa, social justice and classical political terrorism.
With deep apologies to my European friends... this is far too funny not to post.
...when the well-off 21st century Maoist yells at a senior Soviet Union exilee about how he should be thrown in a forced labor camp.
Salt Mine voices their thoughts on the matter.
That Is Where It Must Be Vanquished.
A phenomenal Molyneux video — instant classic if you ask me — unmasking nitpickers and trolls for what they really are.
John A De Goes' response to the scandal manufactured by the SJW faction to suppress Curtis Yarvin (Mencius Moldbug) from LambdaConf — and why his response is a win for actual heterogeneity and richness of thoughts, beliefs and ideas. Bravo!
If you hear a faint, or a loud, hum coming from the speakers connected to your Marantz preprocessor, here is the fix.
What they won't tell you — they have far more in common than you have been told.
KDE 5 has a nasty bug in its libraries that causes applications like KWin and Plasma to crash. Here is the fix.
An excerpt from the work of the great late George Carlin.
Sometimes you need to diagnose a particular problem with your stereo's setup, or your headphones, or the speakers of your laptop. Maybe one of the sides sounds louder than the other, maybe you think you have a blown tweeter, maybe it's the audio signal currently playing? Here's a trick to test that without reconnecting any cables or adding any hardware to your setup.
A sociological account, shared by Jonathan Haidt, which explains why concerns for microaggressions have gone viral.
That thing which happens in every debate with a statist, and which every libertarian knows full well, is actually well-studied. It even has a name.
Sam Harris and Jonathan Haidt on the disturbing trend of vindictive protectiveness.
And no one else. An article by Anen-o-me.
Wendy McElroy aptly summarizes the truth about the manipulative tactic known as Kafkatrapping, a term coined by Eric Raymond to describe that pattern of manipulation.
Hindsight is 20/20 but, in more than one way, the rise of Trump was inevitable.
The differences -- racial, socioeconomic, gender -- get branded in people's brains way before they can even remember them. This is how.
That long, long wait for the feature that everyone demanded — the ability to remove a device from a running pool — is now here.
Yes, a bar joke.
$110 just so you can leave. That's ten to two hours of work for normal folks. A stern reminder of how you're not "free to leave".
The problem is civil obedience.
The years and years of Hitler's propaganda machine, brainwashing every person into complete and unquestioning obedience, started with his very first address to the German people -- telling them in numerous ways that they were powerless if they didn't support the State, and that the State was their salvation. And indeed they became worthless not long after this speech, when they believed Hitler's deceit and then begun obeying the most atrocious orders ever obeyed.
An allegory by my coideary Erik Voorhees. I'm preserving it here for archival purposes, and you should read it for edification purposes.