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  1. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 3 days ago

    I know some SCAD alums; it’s*really* expensive. But at least it seems to teach them useful skills they can get earn a nice living with.

  2. jeffiekins commented on Luann 10 days ago

    If this is even a little bit reality-based, in this country, only a few colleges have dorms with mixed-gender rooms. All of those are only by request, and not for freshies.

  3. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 11 days ago

    Uh, why do you always assume “we” are wrong?
    Have you spoken with someone recently from that part of the world? Maybe heard an interview? The story’s the same everywhere: ISIS (or ISIL, if you prefer) came in by whatever means, then turned oppressive, and the people now regret letting or inviting or electing them in.
    That’s not a U.S. perspective; it’s the universal perspective of people who have to live with them. The U.S. leadership is wrong plenty often, but not every time.

  4. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 16 days ago

    They don’t call Lucas the “Prince of Darkness” for nothing!

    But the TR4 was the last great Triumph (unless you count bikes).

  5. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 17 days ago

    I still ride my 10-speed from ’76. A little maintenance and keep it out of the weather, and a decent bike will last almost forever.

  6. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Except Romney doesn’t like it now.

    If you’re inclined to think he’s honorable and give him the benefit of the doubt, you’ll say he saw how it turned out and didn’t like the reality of it. You can’t keep your plan, and you can’t keep your doctor, you know.

    If you’re inclined to say he’s just another lying politician, then he’s just caving in to the Republican base. You can’t be turned down, and if you’re poor it’s a great deal, you know.

  7. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    They (or someone like them) did: scientific research shows that more Americans, today, have a salt deficiency than excess, and also that reducing salt intake does nothing beneficial for those with normal blood pressure.

    If you have high blood pressure, though, you should probably listen to your doctor.

  8. jeffiekins commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago


  9. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    The 97% supported by grants that only go to support a political agenda. Yes.
    Ever notice that most of the scientists in the 3% are retired, or Physicists? That is, they don’t need grants, or their grants are for something completely different, so they can say what they like (believe).
    After the IPCC released their preliminary “summary”, many of the scientists the IPCC listed as experts in the report asked to have their names removed from it. The IPCC refused, and kept their names on a politically-motivated report they could not, as scientists, keep their name on.
    I would give a source, but you might not like it. Look it up yourself; it’s a simple fact. Or would you rather take the word of politicians (professional liars, both major parties), and people who majored in Journalism because they had a pretty face and weren’t smart enough to major in a science?

  10. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    “Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.” – Mark Twain
    “Our laws have more unintended consequences than intended ones, because congressmen can only hold one thought in their heads at a time.” -My friend who spends way too much time around these people