The Road to Moocherville (Complete with Color TV and Internet Porn)
Let's just keep it all off the record, shall we?
Publish or perish, right? d_r; f-bomb: let's write for JCRAP.
You can not win the game, and you are not allowed to stop playing. -- The Third Law Of Thermodynamics
Kind of like trying to get straight answers out of some I could name on here.
Fustakrakich, as usual, is irrefutable. We could as well argue that all information technology is just variations on the theme of 1 and 0. This wisdom will surly help my link-time issues with libtiff. Thanks!
"The Man is Hiding the Stash" Fallacy
At Belmont Club, Richard Fernandez says of the Marxist Piven's philosophy:
The problem with Piven's theory is that events in Europe have shown those"âoemajor economic reform" to be unsustainable, if not actually ruinous. However, she appears to believe that the European crisis is only apparent, being the result of the Man hiding the Stash. Find that stash and things become sustainable again.
I think this fallacy deserves its own name because I think this is the central economic fallacy of leftists in general. Whether we are talking about unions, public workers, redistributionists, etc., there is always the implicit idea that somewhere there is this big pile of money that the rich business people are hoarding away like a squirrel with its winter store of nuts. Leftists tell everyone that all problems can be solved if we just use the force of the state to threaten the squirrels to give up their nuts.
Damn_registrars and Fustakrakich totally have it going on in that masthead pic.
Trump: Harvard students 'fraudsters and liars', which probably includes that great big bozo Senator Tom Cotton.
The way to make a small fortune in the commodities market is to start with a large fortune.