Random Thoughts: The Illiberal Left and Science

Be on the look out for false Verrit sites that will verify illegitimate authentication codes.

Only the heartier Millennials survived the Great Avocado Famine.

Life is like a Donald Trump policy position: You never know what you’re going to get.

Political opinions for sale. $1000 each. Guaranteed to be correct.

Since Trump, I’ve seen many on the left:
Argue against free speech
Argue for political violence
Argue against due process
I suspect most of this is moron partisanship (“Betsy DeVos likes due process? Then we hate it!”) but it’s still just a wee bit troubling.
Of course, not like the right has been all puppies and sunshine since Trump has been elected. Hopefully this is the dark before the dawn.
Oh, yeah, the other thing: Aren’t these all really really dumb positions while Trump controls the government?

The problem with the idea of Trump being a racist is that it would involve him having a deeply held belief.

So how’s the war on due process going?

People who use the phrase “believe in science” don’t understand what science is.

Is there an example of one party switching their views to what the other party believed because science said so?

*talking to man from 1700s
“We share words across the globe instantly.”
“What do you do with such a marvel?”
“Try to make each other angry.”

Remember election night when we suddenly realized Trump was going to win? That was crazy.
Whatever happened to him?

If you want to prove your reverence for science, go after people pushing bad science who agree with you politically.

Some Losers Club taking on a clown monster sounds like a political metaphor, but I think they win in the end.

Wrathful, vengeful science is punishing us with hurricanes for our faithlessness in its data.

Once as a kid during a heated game of Contra I blurted out the s-word, but I immediately felt sorry and never did it again.

I forget how far my brother and I made it in Contra before we learned about the 30 lives code. The snow level, maybe.
I remember when we first beat it. “It’s got credits at the end… like a movie!”

If want to prove your respect for science, go after the people acting like there’s definitive link between the hurricane and climate change.

So bizarre watching movie trailers in 60fps. Thought I was watching behind the scenes footage at first.
It looks real at 60fps, and to us, that makes it look fake. It’s now a bunch of guys on a movie set.

Now what do I do with my garbage iPhone 6S which isn’t even worth chucking at a hobo?

“To make sure there’s enough iPhone Xs for everyone, we’ve put Nintendo in charge of their manufacture.”

The iPhone X makes the newly announced iPhone 8 look like an outdated piece of crap barely distinguishable from the iPhone 7.

Cool. Advanced new emojis I won’t use because I’m an adult man.

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  1. *talking to man from 1700s

    “Nice windmill! We have harnessed sources of energy much, much, much more reliable and powerful, but we are trying to get rid of those and go back to windmills.”

    “??”

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