Frenetic Friday 


Well we’re going to talk about technology today, and to get things started here is a self returning ball.

I am of two minds about this, first it is cool without a doubt you can’t deny it.  But what about the tossing the ball with your friends/kids.  I mean this is the “I am playing by myself I don’t need anyone else”.  This could be just an outdoor video game.

Staying on technology her is the latest medical break through an artificial womb.

So the reason this has been developed is because of premature babies with the idea that they can go back into the artificial womb but well see I read science fiction.  And current science fiction writers tend to go on and on about the wonders of the artificial wombs and how they have freed women from the burden of motherhood.  See the thing is even if the original intent is to help premature children live it won’t stop there.  No ultimately this will be used to further separate the act of intercourse and the act of conception.  So that they will become two separate things ultimately disassociated with each other so that what God has created to be together will by man become apart.

Speaking of in-vitro children.  What happens when you have a bunch of children frozen after in-vitro fertilization and you have all the children you want?  Well why not take those embryos and turn them into keepsake jewelry?  I am not kidding.  Baby Bee Hummingbird, an Australian company, will take the embryos and transform them into necklaces and rings like this:

Yes that is an embryo straw just in case you’re wondering.  Making jewelry out of people is wrong  in so many ways I can only equate it to when they made lampshades out of the skin of dead Jews killed in the concentration camps.  And as heinous as lampshades of skin are, there is an exponential increase of evil when it comes to making jewelry from babies.

So from jewelry let’s go to a film, like that segue?  Well you won’t.  Joss Whedon the guy behind the Avenger movies, Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer made a film for Planned Parenthood.  You can go watch it here:  Unlocked Joss Whedon video supporting Planned Parenthood.

Well here are two really great videos in response to Joss Whedon’s film.

And lastly we have a PSA from the White Horse Inn:  How to read the bible.

That is it for this Frenetic Friday.

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Frenetic Friday is rated M for mature.  And is brought to you by the entire alphabet else how would we write?

Speaking of letters if you want to see how far the influence of the cultural change is I would point you to this little graphic:

 

 

And that is all I have to say about that but you may draw your own conclusions regarding the spread of the culture wars.

And still staying with the theme of letters, wink, wink, nudge, nudge, you might or might not have seen this bit of flotsam where an Oregon judge grants a resident (man) the right to be genderless.  Now officially “agender” yes that is the word even if your spell check says it isn’t.  And just because I know your dying to find out here is the definition:

Agender is defined as the absence of gender. Not to be confused with transgender or genderqueer, agender people typically describe feeling that they have no gender identity whatsoever. While sex refers to biological features such as chromosomes, genitalia and hormones, gender is the expression of identity as male, female or somewhere in between. But agender people are not drawn to male or female identity — or any point along the spectrum.

Right.  I suppose that they will now claim the letter “A”  as their own personal letter.  I wonder if numbers are still an option?  Here is a great response by Dan J. Phillips about this decision:  “Oregon judge grants man ‘right’ to be genderless.  But did she … really?”

By the way Mike S. Adams had a great tweet that all those Gender Studies Professors should think about.

Of course that is logical and no doubt a micro-aggression so I probably should have issued a trigger warning and pointed to the current safe space, which is the Antarctic if you’re wondering.

And as we continue on this slip-n-slide of silliness comes an article from the Federalist which states that if you “Think breast-feeding is natural then you’re now a transphobe”  Folks I can’t make this stuff up.  At an on-line pediatric journal says that breastfeeding as a natural method feeding your baby instead of using formula is helping out the anti-vaccine crowd.  Which is patently false.  But the real agenda is revealed when the report states:

Coupling nature with motherhood, however, can inadvertently support biologically deterministic arguments about the roles of men and women in the family (for example, that women should be the primary caretakers of children). Referencing the “natural” in breastfeeding promotion, then, may inadvertently endorse a controversial set of values about family life and gender roles, which would be ethically inappropriate [Emphasis added.]

There you have it. You can’t call breast-feeding natural because some poor transgender person who can’t breast feed  may be called unnatural because they lack the natural equipment for nourishing children.  And we can’t have that can we?  You’ll pardon me now while I beat my head against that flat rock until the pain goes away.

So let’s top off this alphabet of horror with Bill Nye the Science Guy.  Bill Nye has a new show on Netflixs called Bill Nye Saves the World!  No I haven’t watched it.  Never been that impressed with Bill Nye but then again when it came to science this was the guy I looked toward:

Anyway in a controversial episode Bill Nye stated this:

Which contradicts what he originally said here:

Well so what some of you might be saying.  Science moves on it evolves it progresses when new data is found.  Yes but does science hide?  Consider this, on the Netflix collection of the original Bill Nye the Science Guy that episode has been excised.   So the question on my mind is this did they remove the episode because the science has changed or because they didn’t want the truth to get out?

And that is it for Frenetic Friday.  Tune in again when we ask that age-old question will the Robotic Over Lords stop the zombie apocalypse or just facilitate it?

 

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So much Frenetic Friday and so little to write. Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it. ( Welcome to time travel Frenetic Friday as this post was to be published last Friday so here for your enjoyment is Frenetic Friday)

And now Sinjorinoj kaj Sinjoroj, Damen und Herren, Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to another Frenetic Friday.  Please keep your hands inside the car as the management is not responsible for loss of limbs.  

Speaking of our Robotic Over Lords it has been awhile since we checked in on their plans for world domination.  So let’s see what’s​ new. 

Sarah Connor?  

Wait let’s look at something more positive. Meet SAM the brick laying robot.

And now for a trip to the asylum via Milk if you’re lactose intolerant this might not be the article for you.  

I know what you’re thinking where are the cookies?  Well your mistaken, this isn’t a cold (or warm if you are one of those) beverage you enjoy with a handful of cookies.  No this is a symbol of oppression.  This is the man keeping you down.  At least that is what Samantha Diaz the staff writer for the daily49er says.  

Elliot Hamilton at the Daily Wire examines this article and points out the logical irrationality exhibited by Ms.Diaz (assuming of course that Samantha Diaz self identifies as a Ms.) and how drinking milk is just drinking milk and not subscribing to a racist agenda.

And as I see Friday swiftly becoming Saturday I will sign off on this Frenetic Friday.

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Yes it’s true, at long last the first Frenetic Friday of the year.

So as regards to politics well frankly I am waiting until the old president leaves and the new president is sworn in before I start paying attention too much to all of this however, I do want to point you to this podcast by Mike Rowe.  He’s the dirty jobs guy in case you didn’t know and he has a podcast called The Way I heard it with Mike Rowe.  But I would especially point you to Episode 36 titled: “Oh Brother” it does put a few things in perspective.  Give it a listen.

So have you’ve heard of Camille Pagilia right?  She is famous or infamous for her critic of feminism but here in this video she points out that transgender mania is actually a sign of cultural collapse and points to history that shows this what happens before the culture ends.

Speaking of marriage let me introduce to the newest couple, I mean  single, I mean couple, okay I am confused what is going on here?  Erika Anderson stands on rooftop in Brooklyn and marries herself to herself.  What?  Yep it seems that the latest trend in marriage is not a same sex couple, not  multiple partners (polygamy/polyamory), nope the latest trend is marrying yourself.  Instead of two becoming one, the one is becoming one.  And as Rebecca Traister, author of All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation says:  “It’s not a legal process — you won’t get any tax breaks for marrying yourself. It’s more a “rebuke” of tradition.”  No kidding.  But it appears to be a semi lucrative business as “on the website I Married Me, you can buy a DIY marriage kit: For $50, you get a sterling silver ring, ceremony instructions, vows, and 24 “affirmation cards” to remind you of your vows over time. For $230, you can get the kit with a 14-karat gold ring.”  <source>

BTW in 2013 in an blog post on the Pyromaniac’s Blog Frank Turk predicted this very thing based on the rise of same sex marriage.  See here

Also a sad good by to one of the more articulate and erudite bloggers Frank Turk.  He has decided to close shop and leave blogging and twitter.  His farewell post is here:  The End  I owe much to Frank he along with Phil Johnson and Dan Phillips alway made me think deeper and clearer even if I didn’t agree with them.  Farewell sir, God speed.

And good night to you all.

 

Frenetic Friday


It’s late, really late, it’s been delayed by one thing or another but no more excuses Frenetic Friday is back!

So let’s talk politics. Wait I know what your thinking, politics have been all you’ve heard since the end of the election. Well let’s see if we can change it up a bit. Besides we have a Robotic Over Lord a little bit later that is long over due.

So the electorial college. Why is it that every time that someone wins by the electoral vote but not the popular vote they immediately call for the end of the electoral college? You know there is a specific reason the founders of this country choose to create this institution and I think this explains it the best.

Also take a read of this article in the Washington Post by Allen Gulezo and James Hulme: In Defense of the electoral college

So have you heard of the “safety-pin movement”?  In short this little bit of social activism says that by fastening a safety-pin to an article of clothing it is telling the “maligned, threatened or intimidated” people that they, the safety-pin wearers are safe and that they are not people supported President-elect Trump. A few of my close friends refer to this as the diaper pin wearing group. And i will admit that has merit but another friend of mine came up with this pin:
Hand Grenade Safety Pin
Yes that is the safety-pin from a hand grenade. And frankly if we are going to be pinning safety pins to our clothing I think that is a better pin than one made for holding a diaper together.

Ok you wanted it, you have asked for it, it is time for the Robotic Over Lords!
And remember I welcome our new Over Lords.

So did you notice that all over the country they were raising minimum wage? What has this to do with robots? Funny you should ask. Because of rising wages and that the big golden arches are losing money they have embraced a new technology the automatic kiosk.

And while we are at it welcome to the new robot burger chef:

Sure there will still be a minimal crew to make sure the robots are working correctly and to clean up and put the money away but as the robots get more efficient stores that would have employed say ten people or more will only need two at the most.
And don’t think that MacDonald’s is the only one getting onto this gig. Behold the Froyo frozen yogurt robot!

That is right you punch in what you want feed it money and the robotic arms make it for you.
Franchises opening as we speak.
For this next one the kids will need to leave the room.

So in the book That Hideous Strength by C. S. Lewis there was a paragraph that always stuck out to me.

Ransom replied, “Sulva is she whom mortals call the Moon. She walks in the lowest sphere. The rim of the world that was wasted goes through her. Half of her orb is turned toward us and shares our curse. Her other half looks to Deep Heaven; happy would be he who could cross that frontier and see the fields on her further side. On this side, the womb is barren and the marriages are cold. There dwell an accursed people, full of pride and lust. There when a young man takes a maiden in marriage, they do not lie together, but each lies with a cunningly fashioned image of the other, made to move and to be warm by devilish arts, for real flesh will not please them, they are so dainty (delicati) in their dreams of lust. Their real children they fabricate by vile arts in a secret place

That phrase “a cunningly fashioned image of the other, made to move and to be warm by devilish arts” is by devilish arts coming true. The Daily Mail is predicting that by 2017 we will have actual Sex Bots with warm genitalia orifices and that talk and respond to touch. They will be configured to whatever the customer desires no matter how depraved. And that is all for the Robotic Over Lords.

And let me leave you with this from our weird and wonderful basket. Are you tired of people being behind you and flashing their high beams? Well someone in China has invented a stick that shows a ghostly image or words if you wish when illuminated by high beams. The idea is to scare the other driver and make them turn off their beam. However Chinese police say if an accident is caused by this then the owner of the sticker will be fined.

High beam Ghost

High beam ghost

 

Frenetic Friday!


Frenetic Friday or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sweet Sweet Meteor of Death.  

And a strange love it is indeed!

So it is eleven days until the election and I am not going to tell you whom to vote for frankly I think that people that tell you to vote for one person or the other because if you don’t then you’re the reason why (insert candidate here) didn’t/did get in to office.  Are part of the problem not the solution.  Your vote belongs to you and you must decide whom to vote for or not vote for and that is your right.

Speaking of numbers here is a report from the Duffle Blog that shows that amongst World War 1 veterans Hillary Clinton is heavily supported.

Oh and now a Public Service Announcement:  Last Living WWI Veteran dies in 2011

 

And I think Andrew Klavan directed me to this and frankly I almost wet myself laughing and you will too.

So do you remember that list of Prager University videos that I posted? Yes the videos that have been restricted by YouTube. Well they have done it again with the latest video. Take a look here:

Do you suffer from the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect? What is the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect? The late author Michael Crichton explains:

“Briefly stated, the Gell-Mann Amnesia effect is as follows. You open the newspaper to an article on some subject you know well. In Murray’s case, physics. In mine, show business. You read the article and see the journalist has absolutely no understanding of either the facts or the issues. Often, the article is so wrong it actually presents the story backward—reversing cause and effect. I call these the “wet streets cause rain” stories. Paper’s full of them.

In any case, you read with exasperation or amusement the multiple errors in a story, and then turn the page to national or international affairs, and read as if the rest of the newspaper was somehow more accurate about Palestine than the baloney you just read. You turn the page, and forget what you know.

That is the Gell-Mann Amnesia effect. I’d point out it does not operate in other arenas of life. In ordinary life, if somebody consistently exaggerates or lies to you, you soon discount everything they say. In court, there is the legal doctrine of falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus, which means untruthful in one part, untruthful in all. But when it comes to the media, we believe against evidence that it is probably worth our time to read other parts of the paper. When, in fact, it almost certainly isn’t. The only possible explanation for our behavior is amnesia.” Gell-Mann Amnesia

It’s been pointed out to me that there is this holiday that is coming up that causes people to dress up in costumes. So as a public service we bring you this from Rebel Media:

Fred Butler over at Hip and Thigh was recently on Echo Zoe Radio and gave his opinion on Halloween and Christians it is worth listening.

And in honor of the 499th anniversary of the protestant reformation I give you the Lutheran Insulter