Tag Archives: Voting

GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Our week’s worth: Do Airbmb hosts swap secret sex videos of their guests, taken with hidden cameras? (Or is that story from hotels that must compete with them?) Montreal seems really reaching for anti-bedbug measures. (New York, Chicago etc. prefer … Continue reading

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Voters, Voting and “A Sucker Is Born Every Minute.”

Hackers have succeeded in attacking: The Federal government, several big banks, credit card companies, major corporations, the Vatican, and  innumerable private computers. Most voting these days is by machines. Who counts the votes?  How? Curious, seems to us, that many … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Our scrapings off the week’s accumulations of human (and subhuman) occurrences. President Obama wants electronic communication open to government inspection. (He can have secres, but we can’t?) Brazil: Anti-government protesters pouring into major cities are a threat to government. (Is … Continue reading

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Vote Early And Often! (A Glorious American Tradiiition!)

Voting has complications usually overlooked by voters. Who should vote is a beginning; adult male property owners as earlier Americans saw matters? Or nearly everybody able to get to the polls, as seems to be the current view? Should felons … Continue reading

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Root Canals, Cockroaches, Congress, Gonorrhea and Lindsay Lohan…

While applying to Mensa never occurred to me, I did convince a professor to grant a decent grade in Logic 101. It’s possible he had been drinking, but he did it. And still, there are some fairly straightforward things that … Continue reading

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Ruminations Upon Watching Vice Presidential Candidates ‘Debate’

The ‘debate’ was obviously not intended to affect thinking; if any thought blundered into the performances, it was at once trampled into unrecognizability by one or both  of the rather amateurish gladiators. Vice President Jack Garner’s deathless evaluation of his … Continue reading

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