Ishpeckian Browse-Dump Digest #3

Godwin's law: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1"

FB Accellerator Axiom: "For purposes determining a Facebook argument's age with respect to Godwin's Law, assume the discussion began ten days prior to the first relevant post."

Table of Contents

1 Starship Pigskin

If science has taught me anything, it's that you should never bet against the boring possibility and that's why I'm counting on this not working out.

2 I blame the IPV6 Lobby

Thanks to the illustrious planning of the UK and the ICANN, you can rest easy knowing that address allocation is as efficient as possible. If economics has taught me anything, it's that you should never bet against state inefficiency.

3 Y serás no comprar

Speaking of good economic ideas from statists, the Argentine state still needs to learn how to work the Internet. Maybe they think this'll increase the savings rate in the country.

4 China's Crimes Against Humanity…

… apparently include making things inexpensive. But it's okay because POTUS is going to solve this problem by picking a fight with one of the most powerful states in the world. Trade wars involving China have never, in the history of the world, ended badly. For anybody.

5 In Fairness…

I'm wondering when politicians are going to wise-up and just not say anything anymore. They'll stand there, smile, and wave while the campaign staff does all the talking. If more than two thousand people know your name, you can assume that somebody's recording you. Perpetually. Better play it safe and just not talk.

No, really, Mitt. Shut up.



You gestapo.



Date: 2012-09-18 05:20

Author: Anthony "Ishpeck" Tedjamulia

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