by Richard Hard as it is to believe, today marks the 50th anniversary of manned spaceflight. It seems hardly any time at all and, simultaneously, like it happened so very long ago. Yeah, tonight is Yuri’s Night, celebrating the first time a human went into orbit (Yuri Gagarin on April 12, 1961) and the first [...]Share on Facebook
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by Richard So. It turns out I’m not the only person who objects to those civil-liberty-infringing porno-scanners the Transportation Security Administration is foisting off on the plane-using public. I’ve talked before about the idiocy of these porno-scanners, which produce a picture of your nekkid body for the enjoyment of the TSA personnel working airport security [...]Share on Facebook
by Richard When dads sit down around the campfire after a long day of herding little dudes and cleaning up after them, there’s a cautionary tale that gets told to the shivers of the listeners. It goes something like this. There was a family with three little dudes and or dudettes. It doesn’t matter. The [...]Share on Facebook