Monthly Archives: March 2012

I’m officially tired of zombie movies, and all things zombie.

Just finished watching “Night of the Living Dead 2012 – 3D Animation”, starring Andrew Divoff of “Wishmaster” fame and Denice Duff of “Subspecies” fame. Boring as can be, slow-moving (one might say zombie-like), and pointless.  I’m officially tired of all … Continue reading

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Euronews Midday – WYCC Channel 20-3 – “23.5 MILLION Americans under-or-unemployed”

Euronews Midday – WYCC Channel 20-3 – “23.5 MILLION Americans under-or-unemployed”. Just caught this on TV.  America is in the middle of the Great Depression II, and we won’t climb out of it until the housing market recovers.  It typically … Continue reading

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“Pink slime”, latest beef additive, rejected even by fast food restaurants.

I came across this website, I wanted to pass it along.  You KNOW something is wrong when even fast food restaurants, which have razor-thin margins and cut costs wherever they can, reject this stuff.  Surprisingly, it’s already in 70% of … Continue reading

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Another important article from Cracked.com: “Six things rich people need to stop saying”.

Kinda puts things in perspective during this Great Depression II.  Not that it helps pay the bills, you understand, but it DOES help put things in perspective.  For the poor.  About the filthy rich.  ENJOY! http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-things-rich-people-need-to-stop-saying/

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Routledge Critical Thinkers series – list of philosophers

I came across the Routledge Critical Thinkers series a while ago, and I am, for the most part, enjoying these books.  Here is the list as of March 5, 2o12, philosopher or field of study with publication date: Hans-Georg Gadamer     … Continue reading

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NetFlix makes my laptop overheat!

I monitor my laptop’s CPUs temperatures using HWMonitor (free software off of CNet.com).  Whenever I stream video over NetFlix, my CPUs start to overheat, hitting as high as 100 degrees Celsius (that’s the boiling point of water). I’ve read on … Continue reading

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