Article: Diversity Delusions at North Carolina

Interesting article by the WSJ for your perusal: Diversity Delusions at North Carolina: Like Harvard, the school has trouble defending an admissions policy that ill-serves minority students. By Heather Mac Donald Harvard isn’t the only university defending its discriminatory admissions policies in court. Its nonprofit adversary, Students for Fair Admissions, filed a similar complaint against the... Continue Reading →

Car of the Day: Ford Tonka Truck

I'm guessing my American readers will recognize the name immediately - these are the die-cast vehicles we used to push around and play with as children and sometimes adults.  Who doesn't miss beating the shit out of these things in the backyard while doing odd jobs like hauling dirt or transporting lesser toys?  Well, now... Continue Reading →

Song of the Day (3/8/2019)

GOOOOOOOOD MORNING FRIDAAAAAAAY!!!! I'm likely recycling today's song of the day but it's too good to not share once more. It's Running on Empty by Jackson Browne. It's throw back Friday! I write to you once more from a King's throne. Feeling Jackson's vibes as I aggressively lay waste to what will soon be a... Continue Reading →

Random Bidtits (2/24/2019)

Here are some neat items that you could potentially find amusing: Lou Malnati's, a Chicago favorite for deep fish pizza, has heart shaped pizzas for Valentine's Day.  These can be shipped anywhere in the country on dry-ice: (Cont.)  I hate to think about what this would look like if China did something similar for Single's... Continue Reading →

Random Bidtits (2/13/2019)

Having seen Hamilton a number of times, I've found myself walking away wanting to know more about Jeffersonian Ideology and his preference for an agriculture-centric society. His theories on farming and it's ability to encourage land stewardship have inspired me to incorporate farming techniques into my daily life. So much so that I've now intertwined... Continue Reading →

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