I get so many stories in the queue, that I just don’t have time to cover them all. Truth is, I could easily write a dozen stories a day, but I just don’t have the patience to get worked up that often. Anyhow, here are the best 10 out of the 50 or so I had waiting:

  • An openly Marxist teacher in Maryland is “fucking angry” and wants to teach kids to overthrow capitalism while saying that “revolutions involve violence.” I’m not too worried about it. I doubt that Maryland teachers are any better at teaching violence, Marxism, or revolutions than they are at teaching math and reading. Only 19 percent of Maryland students performing math and reading that is appropriate for their grade level. In fact, the school where she teaches, North Bethesda Middle School, is one of the better schools in Maryland, but that isn’t saying much. Only 36% of students in the school are performing math at grade level (12the best in the state), and only 69% can read at grade level (16th best in the state). Obviously not many great teachers there.
  • Millennials are the generation most likely to support a cap on wealth. Of course they do. What surprised me was the top wealth that they think people should accrue. Their top range (picked by 16%) was $100,000 to $500,000 in net worth. That would mean that professionals like doctors, accountants, and anyone who owns a home would run afoul of the wealth cap. This proves that millennials are bad at math. No surprise. Maybe they were asking people in Maryland..
  • This woman lost the money she was saving for a down payment on a house. It wasn’t like she misplaced it. The FBI took the $40,000 from her safe deposit box and is keeping it under asset forfeiture laws. The people who owned the safe deposit box company were criminals, but the FBI is keeping the contents of the boxes while not charging any of them with crimes. A familiar story, I know.
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Rob · April 10, 2023 at 9:16 am

So, I assume they will force all companies to install expensive circuitry and outlets in every parking space in the employee lots to accomplish this nuttery? The few companies we have left will all go elsewhere ….

D · April 10, 2023 at 9:31 am

“Stanford study says that people should charge their EV’s while they are at work, instead of at night while at home. Wait, I thought lefties expected to work from home? Oh, well. In their future, the people will own everything, amirite?”

How much you wanna bet the lefties think their company should pay for it? They won’t think twice about it–just plug in an extension cord.

Most people have no trouble plugging in their cell phones at work. I just dealt with someone yesterday who plugged their personal (and unprotected) cell phone into a computer on the “patient network” that is supposed to be secure. Our monitoring tools caught the odd device and its attempts to start attacking the network. Yup. Her phone has malware… When we called her and told her to unplug her cell phone and never plug it into a computer again, she was pissed. We suggested she buy one of those “power banks” to which she replied they were “too expensive” and she would “just start bringing my wall charger in”.

Maybe I’m just being a jerk…but if every employee at that office decided to charge their cell phone at work, it would cost the company somewhere around ~$150/year. Most cell phones have ~5 watt chargers. (Fast chargers are more)

What would it cost the company if just one employee decided to run an extension cord to their stupid EV? Some very light and unscientific Googling says somewhere around $700/year.

When have you ever known a leftist nutbag to do the right and moral thing when it comes to climage change or any other stupid issue they believe in?

It’s like that joke where the guy says “Will you sleep with me for a million dollars?” and the woman says “Sure”…then the guy says “I only have $100 on me, will you sleep with me for $100?”. Her reply is “What kind of woman do you take me for?”. “We’ve already established that, now we’re just negotiating on the price.”

Big Ruckus D · April 10, 2023 at 10:48 am

Relax guys, it isn’t going to matter. Where we are going as a country, there will be no jobs. Won’t be any EV’s either since no job means no income, which means no way to afford one. Articles extolling the future of EV’s and their purportedly forthcoming charging infrastructure are just intellectual masturbation. My advice is to cherish and admire your toilet today, because tomorrow you won’t have a pot to piss in.

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