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Monthly Archive: October 2018
The Tree of Life synagogue in the Squirrel Hill part of Pittsburg, PA, a historic Jewish neighborhood was attacked by what is reported as a lone shooter.
On not having anything to write about Red Dead Redemption 2 yet.
Has it been 20 years already? Indeed it has.
Seven points about the Brazilian Presidential Election
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition of bringing links from across the web and around the world. This week conspiracy is the theme, with musical interludes and plenty to read, share, and discuss.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers is the highest ranking female Republican in Congress. And I thinks she is in BIG trouble.
No, a quarter of millennials are not experiencing PTSD because of the election. A few months after the election, college students were still a bit stressed by it. Which makes them like everyone else.
That was a good joke, sir.
The term “Charm” isn’t used all that much anymore, and to be honest the last time I heard it used in day to day conversation was to sound purposefully formal in describing someone. So maybe there is something to the notion it has fallen out of favor.
On Asexuality Appreciation Week.
Your weekly round-up of law-related links, from dumb criminals and obscure cases to recent developments of note – spooky edition!
“I thought you was – heh – financial expert.”
What battles are you likely to fight? Orc assaults will likely rely on superior infantry numbers, Gnoll infestations will be guerilla-style salt-the-earth raids, Illithid conflicts will be psy-op 4GW affairs, and if you have a dragon problem, you can kiss those thatched roof cottages goodbye (pace Trogdor). Will your bog-standard infantry/archery/cavalry mix be suited to defend the kingdom against these sorts of threats?
Then it hit me: How about a good rant? That is right in my wheelhouse!
Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday, Ordinary Times’ weekly look at science, technology, and links to all thing innovative.