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Well, it finally happened. WordPress has rejected my pleas and forced me to use their hideously broken editor. It is carefully designed to prevent me from blogging. No, it’s not like I can’t learn new stuff, but I reject the … Continue reading
Last week I received from eBay a new handlebar for my bike to replace the drop bars that came with it. It’s called a trekking bar or “butterfly bar” because of its odd shape. To do it right requires replacing … Continue reading
I had always hoped I would never have to fight the government here in the USA. But to be honest, I have always been willing to fight the government on some issues. Prophetically, I always knew that day would come. … Continue reading
Just an administrative note: WordPress has unilaterally changed the editor interface on this blog. I find it highly disturbing. Not that they would do that, but that it is so very contrary to how I write. I realize the people … Continue reading
Let me deal with something that some seem to misunderstand. I don’t apologize for talking about wishing I could join an armed response to the communist agitation in the US. I’ll be the first to tell you I’m too old … Continue reading
There’s nothing to gain from racial tension. Unfortunately, it is utterly impossible to reduce that tension by any human means. The Tower of Babel teaches us that empires are wrong, and that cosmopolitan societies are evil, simply because someone will … Continue reading
Let me share my perception; it may turn out to be useful for you. We teach that this fallen world is a big lie, that there is no such thing as objective reality. There is a broadly common perception, but … Continue reading
So I restored Linux to my laptop. I tried out Xubuntu and OpenSUSE again before I settled on Linux Mint 19.3. There were some gotchas on Mint, too, but I think I’ve gotten past them. One of the things that … Continue reading
Does it seem like a miracle that the majority of the US population retains a generally conservative moral orientation? Consider that the progressives have more money and are more active. Consider also that so-called conservative political leadership exists solely to … Continue reading
Ref: Cancel culture taints The Linux Foundation, developer publicly disinvited from event over political opinions. Keep in mind that the Linux Foundation isn’t a monolithic controlling factor in Linux development. It’s a single entity among several that have some influence … Continue reading