Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sanders holds out for, and gets, more Democratic debates

See this article where he kicks Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s ass. “While Clinton and O’Malley had agreed to the [Feb. 4] debate, and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) had sanctioned it, Bernie Sanders was the lone holdout, only agreeing to the February … Continue reading

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Is 538 hedging their bets?

538 still thinks Clinton is likely to win, but they did say this recently (hedging their bets): “But Sanders would have an avalanche of momentum going for him after wins in Iowa and New Hampshire. […] One factor helping Sanders: … Continue reading

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American breakfast

Not far wrong, at least for the dimwits.

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Multifractals and literature

Here‘s an interesting article on literature and multifractals. Therein it is revealed that stream of consciousness literature was most representative of multifracticity (aka Multipli City). Multifracticity itself ‘interweaves’ other fractals, thereby displaying synius behavior. This appears to support my thesis … Continue reading

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Synius

Following up on this post, I noted elsewhere that I favor the term syntegral over integral. With this new term scenius I’m now inclined to take out the gral  of syntegral and now call it synius as the noun and … Continue reading

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Cornell West on the black vote and Sanders

In this clip (at 0.25) he’s convinced that the more the black community gets to know him, the more it will switch from Clinton to Sanders. Then West throws in that for Clinton “the word ‘integrity’ is not the first … Continue reading

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Bullshit Boulevard

Here’s Maher’s New Rule on how Republicans not only lie, but then lie about the lie when caught. Truth no longer matters for them. Witness: when Trump is caught in a lie he gains supporters.

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Brian Eno on scenius

An excerpt from this article, the same underlying theme as the last post: “I was an art student and, like all art students, I was encouraged to believe that there were a few great figures like Picasso and Kandinsky, Rembrandt … Continue reading

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We instead of me

See this article. Excerpts: “The commons exists outside the typical definitions of the market and the state. It is not simply a negative to the market’s positive; it is a parallel economy that does real work—often the most important work. … Continue reading

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Here’s why Sanders scares the shit out of the rich

In this article Sanders not only calls out the tax dodgers but proposes laws to make them pay their fair share. Notice the word fair. He’s not proposing taxing them out of business. As it is many of them not … Continue reading

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