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  1. jbmlaw commented on Prickly City about 20 hours ago

    Austin Petersen would have been easy to support. Johnson reminds me too much of Hillary and Trump.

  2. jbmlaw commented on Prickly City 2 days ago

    More reasonable for Republicans to dread this election than for Democrats. Both candidates come from big-government orientations, with big spending solutions to problems mostly created by government policies.

  3. jbmlaw commented on Daddy's Home 2 days ago

    A gift card to my favorite toy store, MicroCenter.

  4. jbmlaw commented on The Buckets 2 days ago

    Most valuable lesson I ever taught my older son. My wife would walk about the house whistling her favorite songs, and 7-year old son would complain to her, “stop that. I don’t like it.”

    Happened several times, but once I caught him immediately after such a complaint and suggested, “When mom whistles, it means she is happy. When you complain to her, it makes her angry or sad. Why does it make your life better for mom to be angry or sad than when she is happy?” Logical child, he never complained again.

  5. jbmlaw commented on The Born Loser 2 days ago

    Like everything else, government constrains supply through regulation.

  6. jbmlaw commented on Prickly City 2 days ago

    The ambitions of bureaucrats have been amply rewarded in the USA, to the disadvantage of all productive people.

  7. jbmlaw commented on Bob the Squirrel 2 days ago

    Interestingly (to me) the two best arguments of both sides were performed by conservatives in landmark books: Hayek’s Road to Serfdom and Sowell’s Vision of the Anointed.

  8. jbmlaw commented on Dilbert Classics 4 days ago

    Vote SMOD 2016.

  9. jbmlaw commented on The Born Loser 4 days ago

    Baseball is the best sport. If – as batter – you totally fail 2/3s of the time you are a star. If – as pitcher – you allow two runs for every 100 pitches, you are a Cy Young candidate.

  10. jbmlaw commented on Prickly City 5 days ago

    From a conservative view, Trump is likely to be a terrible president, and Hillary is certain to be a terrible president (Obama 2.0)