Bombs?

Bombs?

I'm not ready to dismiss the bombings as a pure false flag, or to claim that Soros paid for it - including the one sent to him - but I do find it a bit odd. No, not the "insuffucuent postage" or "why no stamp" claims. Obviously, despite it being a day or so since the first of them was delivered this week, the details are coming in, and the media being what it is, I trust the "facts" available very little. I know, people are already decrying the "violence" and blaming…

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Catching Up

Catching Up

People forget that Car Wars was pretty much an RPG where the car was your character. Jeffro brings out Car Wars to show that, if you are worried about the plot of your adventure, you're doing it wrong. The question is asked, “What are your favorite ways of coming up with an engaging campaign plot line for role playing games?” My answer to this is that it’s an inherently wrongheaded question: If your campaign has a plot line, you are not just doing it wrong. You have repudiated the very concept of fantasy role-playing games! The most common structure…

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Don't Talk to the Press

Don't Talk to the Press

Crowder uses his own platform to take apart a journalist. Ok – he is in media, and even here, with his own channel, the story the reporter wrote will still be out there, mostly uncorrected, and what the normies see. Nevertheless, watching her twist the arguments is useful, as a reminder that SJWs always lie, as a reminder of how they lie and twist the truth, and a reminder to never, ever, talk to the press. The shiv previewed at the very beginning goes deep. Reporter: “Do you consider yourself a Journalist” SC: “No…… Do you?” R: “I don’t appreciate…

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Uncoalesced

Uncoalesced

Have a couple posts mulling in my head that are not yet ready to be put down, nor to have a chunk broken off to post (usually later figuring out that’s all I need to be said). One topic is from several recent articles of SJW’s in tech and a couple of old postings over at Eric Raymond’s Blog. The second link is an article on Kafkatraps well worth reading on its own… and if you search for the articles, the usual suspects get their panties in a bunch. Another relates to GM style, rules, and campaign…

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The Butthurt is Gloriously Strong at Forbes

The Butthurt is Gloriously Strong at Forbes

Forbes recently published an article on Chuck Johnson titled “A Troll Outside Trump Tower Is Helping To Pick Your Next Government“. Yeah, the butthurt is glorious. An internet troll, who was once called “the most hated man on the internet” and is banned from Twitter, is recommending candidates to serve in the Trump administration. Charles “Chuck” Johnson, a controversial blogger and conservative online personality, has been pushing for various political appointees to serve under Donald Trump, according to multiple sources close to the President-elect’s transition team. While Johnson does not have a formal position, FORBES has learned that he…

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But We're Only Getting Started

But We're Only Getting Started

So a recent G+ post by Jeffro was the Washington Post whinging and crying that maybe, *maybe, *they should give up the hashtag/catchphrase “fake news” as it’s been (clutch pearls, please, and faint) “tainted”. It seems conservatives have changed the meaning and been using to dismiss (implied “just”) “liberal claptrap.” Of course, there’s a completely un-selfaware (and accurate) definition of “fake news.” Fake news has a real meaning — deliberately constructed lies, in the form of news articles, meant to mislead the public. Unselfaware, and implied “just” because for the WaPo to admit that it and it’s…

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