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Author Archives: Epaminondas
Epaminondas writes: It would seem that Superman has acquired some amazing new SJW powers. The Z-Man discusses the media spiral and how it usually ends.
epiminondas writes: Hey, you never know when you might need one of these things.
epiminondas writes: If you would like to live in the equivalent of a department store environment, this may be the home for you.
epiminondas writes: It would seem that overweening hubris has now settled into Silicon Valley like a thick, noxious cloud. The prey have become the hunters. And trust is being lost.
epiminondas writes: It’s no secret that many of us have a visceral dislike of bankers and banking. And some of us have fantasized about burning down a few banks…along with the bankers inside. As an alternative to such delights, here is … Continue reading
epiminondas writes: In pursuit of amour…
epiminondas writes: The Hour of Decision is one of those books that should be read now more than ever. Nice book review here.