Google warns me that attempting view videos without Google knowing who I am is a violation of privacy. Whose? Not mine. I’d like to watch videos privately. Google’s? Not Google’s—Google has no privacy rights.
I cannot view videos on YouTube as I can view videos on broadcast TV. Apparently watching a video anonymously violates my privacy.
With publication of the Green New Deal (no link, since the original document was taken down; here is some criticism), the I-******-love-science Left has moved from repudiating evolutionary biology (Lysenko, the man with the Bond-villain-like first name), to repudiating physics and engineering.
What the push for legal-until-birth abortion tells us about the abortion debate.
That America’s Stalinists can’t find enough Kulaks?
That America’s Stalinists are ******* who can’t pick on someone their own size?
That America’s National Socialists want to purge defective genes from America?
That this time around two generations of imbeciles is enough?
That infanticide is and always was the goal?
The mass murder always begins with the weakest victims?
Thus Facebook and Twitter, designed to allow people to communicate, use their cool, power and money to disallow disfavored communication. Thus Google, designed to supply users important and popular search results, supplies instead government-approved or Google-approved search results.
The dream of a free and open Internet was wonderful, but is now over. Henceforth the Internet will be tightly controlled by tyrannical governments in the EU and PRC. In freer countries, subtle government influence and corporate power will occult anti- and non-establishment opinion.
For which movie would you like to have seen a sequel?
None come to mind. A good drama tells the most important events in its characters’ lives. That’s one reason why television is melodrama—because any real human being subject to the trials of a television life would be dead, imprisoned, or insane. A movie which leaves too much for a sequel fails to be good enough to deserve a sequel.
Better question: for what movie would you like the sequels never to have been made?
There should be a legal penalty for obtaining sex through fraud. — Irini D Manta.
She is absolutely correct. A woman who lies about her age to entice a man into sex should be fined $10,000 for every year between her, older correct age and the age about which she lied, or $10 or every year between her younger, correct age and the age about which she lied.