Monthly Archives: July 2020

Marketing fail

Here at the Robot Farm (where we farm for robots and not where robots farm) even though we sit safe and secure in our giant steel box with no windows, we still find it hard to maintain the minions moral … Continue reading

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On a more serious note, Van Gogh.

Today is July the 29th. My father who passed last year in August was born on this day in 1941. This is his first missed birthday, and it has me pensive. Vincent van Gogh died on this date in 1890. … Continue reading

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Geeks and nerds have the best questions.

The phrase of the day is: “The chicken and the egg are trapped in the box with Schrodinger’s cat.” Although a close second is this truncated headline: “Doctor Who saved man’s life wearing a bikini goes viral!” Which is actually: … Continue reading

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Bringing back the funk

As I descend, once again, into the quagmire of depressive funk that I call my summer home. I am reminded that we, as Americans, were once theoretically promised Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. But, as Starship Troopers reminds … Continue reading

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Personal History

On this day, July 27th in 2016, This stupid conversation happened at the Robot Farm (where we farm for robots and not where robots farm). Morning stupids “Booyah”…..someone says, but terribly unenthusiasticly. Booyah? I say. Which gets no response so … Continue reading

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You are not entitled to forgiveness.

I was reading this, and something at the end struck me. House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy defended Mr. Yoho, who is 65-years-old and retiring in January, saying “when someone apologizes they should be forgiven”. “I just think in a new … Continue reading

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Speaking of voting

You have to start somewhere. So on July the 19th, in 1848, the first Convention for Women’s Rights opened in Seneca Falls, New York. It wasn’t the real beginning, of course, but it was the first real pin in the … Continue reading

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What the….

Sometimes when you are driving you just have to take a picture. I call this composition “Dr. Bonner’s abduction van”. There were words written on EVERY window of the van in day glow yellow paint except the windshield (probably) and … Continue reading

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You can’t yell “Fire” in a crowded theater.

Here at the Robot Farm (where we farm for robots and not where robots farm) our building is SO BIG! *HOW BIG IS IT?* It is so big that today it started raining on one end, and it took a … Continue reading

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Know your Classic Propaganda Techniques

I did not write this either. Know your Classic Propaganda Techniques, including… False Flag: Create a violent or offensive event or message in an opponent’s name. Most people still do not know the proper definition of propaganda, which means “broadcast … Continue reading

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