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  1. emptc12 commented on Rebecca Hendin about 18 hours ago

    Wow! I haven’t seen “soupcon” in print for a long time. (Sorry I can’t show it properly). Really, I appreciate seeing it. Are you channeling William F. Buckley or William Safire? I’m not being sarcastic.

  2. emptc12 commented on Jeff Danziger about 18 hours ago

    At least the English have the honesty to call their hereditary ruling class “royalty.” Our privileged political class is actually royalty, but we euphemistically call them “democratically elected.”

  3. emptc12 commented on Ted Rall about 20 hours ago

    And just to be sure he won’t be selected, pick somebody with the nickname “Lefty.”

  4. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal about 21 hours ago

    It was okay to direct music by Mozart toward the baby when it was in the womb, but NOT the Mozart “Requiem.”

  5. emptc12 commented on Jeff Danziger 4 days ago

    Don’t take this the wrong way. Police officers take many risks, and in general behave in a professional manner.
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    But it has been my experience that law enforcement is often a “family business” that spans several generations. A mindset thus becomes ingrained of Us (law enforcement) vs. Them (civilians). Then, objectivity becomes difficult, and the entire system loses track of its true purpose. More likely, the police officer’s Mom is the wife of an officer, and also the daughter of one. And therefore mainly supportive of police actions.
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    When a profession becomes “hereditary” (law enforcement, legal system, political system) it is in danger of being closed off to improvement and change and, dare I say, corrupt. Then it takes extreme effort to make changes.

  6. emptc12 commented on Chan Lowe 4 days ago

    Uh, uh, uh … Nerdism!

  7. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 5 days ago

    Yes! All of us kids loved those big empty boxes that stoves and refrigerators came in. We had a Western Tire store near us, and on his way home from work my father would would ask if he could have the boxes that came with their appliance floor displays. We made play houses and rocket ships of them. A simpler time, for sure.

  8. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 5 days ago

    The cat’s fantasy: Regression to a Saber Tooth, ripping out the throats of the two old ladies, and eating their livers.

  9. emptc12 commented on Savage Chickens 6 days ago

    Learn to Speak Cat.

  10. emptc12 commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 6 days ago

    No apparent glamour, either. Oh well, Man has pretty much depleted the mana, anyway. Our brows are really going to sweat when that’s gone. Read “Not Long Before the End,” Larry Niven.