Socialism and the Prisoner’s Dilemma

As we march towards the Secret Muslim Totalitarian Socialist Society™, it seems that the earmarks of Socialism are everywhere. Taxes, an institution of civilization that have always been begrudgingly accepted as part of living in a community that serves public needs, are now "Taking from us to give to them." Social Welfare programs, created to … Continue reading Socialism and the Prisoner’s Dilemma

Looking For Work in Obama’s America

It looks like I have a job here in NOLA. After less than a month of looking (the first two weeks were a wash as I was exploring the city and anticipating a visit to Kansas), I'll be getting back into the food service industry that I prefer. My situation obviously isn't what one might … Continue reading Looking For Work in Obama’s America

“When Mitt Romney Came To Town”

This is not usually the kind of entry I write, but as a follow-up to my last post, it feels apropos. Watch this, if you're up for it (it's long but has points of interest): What's interesting about this video, other than the content (which Romney would probably dismiss) is that it wasn't created by … Continue reading “When Mitt Romney Came To Town”

Google, You Are Fucking My Shit Up

Myopic With my current job soon to expire, I'm out there beating the streets (and the internets) looking for work.  I've turned in probably 30 applications and/or resumes over the past month, and I will continue to do so as long as I haven't found anything. One glaring hindrance when looking for work is the … Continue reading Google, You Are Fucking My Shit Up

Class Warfare

"Millionaire tax called 'class warfare' by GOP." I've really tried to avoid broaching politics on this blog throughout most of this stupidity, but it's hard to just completely ignore it.  If you rightly don't care about this whole clusterfuck of inanity because you, again rightly, understand that this whole mess is about the political parties … Continue reading Class Warfare

A Moral Question

Morality is simply the attitude we adopt towards people whom we personally dislike. ~ Oscar Wilde Oh my, the Weiner is out of the bag. To be honest, this story doesn't interest me all that much (though I anticipate Jon Stewart's nightly take on it). No laws were broken, no apparent abuse of congressional power … Continue reading A Moral Question