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May 14, 2020

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David

Pecking order established.

Mike

The photos are amazing.

David

The photos are amazing.

They’re a Grimm’s Fairy Tale waiting to happen.

WTP

This is how people get the Bends, you know. So irresponsible.

David
More than one in three students report having a mental-health disorder. Student use of therapy nationally rose almost 40 percent from 2009 to 2015, while enrolment increased by only 5 percent, according to the Centre for Collegiate Mental Health at Pennsylvania State University. At smaller colleges, 40 percent or more of the student body has gone for treatment; at Yale, over 50 percent of undergraduates seek therapy.

Got woke, mind broke.

Joan

a possible caption competition.

Showed that to husband. He laughed but now he's looking worried.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Got woke, mind broke.

Yale’s dorm counselors readily refer freshmen to treatment, she says, because most have been in treatment themselves. Indeed, they are selected because they have had an “adversity experience” at Yale, she asserts.

I am going to go out on a limb and guess that the "adversity experiences" were for the first time in their lives hearing the word "no", being expected to produce something on their own, and/or generally discovering the sun doesn't really rise and set on their fundaments.

David

for the first time in their lives hearing the word “no”,

Very much related.

Kevin B

I think Rudyard Kipling won the caption contest a long time ago:

For the female of the species is more deadly than the male.

Sam Duncan

“here are some photos of woodland”

Signs you've been indoors far too much lately: “Hmm. Nice graphics, but the draw distance isn't up to much”.

“the retro pleasures of Poolside FM”

Oh, well played. It reminds me of this absolutely spot-on recreation of every Amiga desktop going back to 1985. (I'd recommend the “MagicWB XEN” or “OS 3.5 XEN” presets for maximum '90s. The latter is eerily similar to my daily driver pre-2005. And if it's too quiet compared to Poolside FM, there are tracker mods in the Test Suite.)

Steve E

the retro pleasures

Not completely unrelated and not completely retro, I give you Tiki Bar TV.

David

Geography homework for 12-year-olds.

Via Julia.

PiperPaul

"Got woke, mind broke."

Perhaps honest, non-malicious individuals cannot function properly under so much cognitive dissonance.

Sam Duncan

“Geography homework for 12-year-olds.”

So... be less like a successful entrepreneur, and more like an unwitting patsy for Marxist revolutionaries?

I guess the teacher is practising what she preaches, to be fair.

David

Close enough.

Uma Thurmond's Feet

Our Gracious Host's "Very much related" link to William Desmond, the Harvard Law School student who demanded everyone to see "the courage to look our peers in the eyes and uncomfortably ask them to bear these burdens of racism and classism that we have together inherited from generations past" and delay exams came from the halcyon years of 2014.

It appears that Mr. Desmond exemplifies the observation that one J. Strummer made that "he who fucks nuns will later join the church."*

* From Mr. Desmond's LinkedIn page: "Harvard Law School / Doctor of Law (J.D.) / Dates attended or expected graduation 2012 – 2015"

Uma Thurmond's Feet

Another upvote for Poolside FM. How many hours I stared at that Mac screen doesn't bear counting.

Darleen

Catchy tune.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Do they have the same number not during lockdown, or did they just get rid of them because of the lockdown ?

Adam

Millions will be saved from poverty if we can hold Bezos to under a Tril (That’s how the big dudes talk about it over cigars after a day on the links).

WTP

An exchange with a Karen on the Stupid Nextdoor (I sort of have to because of my HOA responsibilities, but that's likely about to change):
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K (to someone else): Or, you can trust the scientific/medical community who are trying their best to keep us safe and who are the experts. Reading the internet and forming conclusions that are simply personal opinions, is not always wise. Look at Sweden; look at Wuhan beginning a second wave. “Fundamental Freedoms” do not include endangering the public.

Me: Do you know of ANY significantly credentialed scientists who disagree with the overriding narrative regarding the effectiveness of lockdowns, herd immunity, etc.?

K: No. There are a couple of non-top tier with a difference of opinion, and they are entitled. I listen to the top tier with the most experience. Personally, my opinion is that cavalier attempts at herd immunity, with a NOVA is not unlike playing Russian roulette. Not a chance I’m willing to take.

Me: So doctors from Stanford University are not "top tier" enough for you? Even perhaps those with Nobel prizes in say, chemistry, not good enough for your pantheon? Any thoughts on scientists who believe things like science being the belief in the ignorance of experts?

K: What is your issue with me? And why do you apparently feel that being rude elevates you? It doesn’t.
------

Because SCIENCE!

WTP

...the stupid Nextdoor (whiney qualifier excluded) app:...

Darleen

WTP,

Sounds like your karen has a paycheck or other sources of income to cushion her belief in national house arrest. Guess she figures those other deaths are not worthy enough for her consideration.

JuliaM

@Farnsworth: From that article: 'A government spokesperson said: "We know that spending time in green spaces can support health and wellbeing.'

Real life: Eh, whatever...

Richard Cranium

@WTP, if you want to get out of those HOA responsibilities, then point out that the personal opinions of ignorant people such as K are even less wise.

Maybe point out the differences between Florida and New York.

fnord

Science huh?
If it hasn't been replicated it isn't SCIENCE *hosannah*, it's just an opinion.
To be sure an opinion with charts and numbers and pretty lights and disseminated via journal, but just an opinion nonetheless.

Liz

a chap who made poor choices;

Meth?

fnord

Generic Sky News headline:
[Something happens]
Women, Children, Blacks, Transsexuals, Red Indians, And a Sort of Idealized Version of the Compleat Renaissance Man most affected.

David

Morning, all.

Meth?

Or bad wiring, or both. Though I do like the term used in the comments to describe Mr Medlin’s choice of adornments: Everlasting Jobstoppers.

Oh, come on. That’s quality.

David

It occurs to me that I’m quite bad at this long weekend business.

David

An interview with Douglas Murray.

Henry

Foxes that go hehehe (like our venerable host)

https://youtu.be/fQVhppRP4Wo

I kept this for Friday and found myself preempted

John D

Quick thinking neighbour.

https://www.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/gjyg0s/woman_saves_her_choking_neighbour_after_a_piece/

David

Quick thinking neighbour.

The lady deserves a drink, a large one. Frankly, she could hold out for shoes.

Ray

My take on Karen's attitude is "I'm staying safe until all you peasants have risked your lives to achieve herd immunity."

David

Foxes that go hehehe (like our venerable host)

And I’m every bit as adorable.

Heh.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

You lot up there in The Great White North should kiss the ground Trudeau walks on, with his new gun ban diktat you no longer have to fear roving gangs of hooligans armed with bazookas and Russian anti-tank artillery.

Burnsie

Real life: Eh, whatever...

Obviously another COVID19 death. Will the nightmare ever end?

Patrick Brown

Here's a good one.

Police in Florida (natch) are looking for two NFL players, and a third man in a red mask, who held up guests at a house party at gunpoint, stole $12,000 in cash and $25,000 worth of watches, and got away in a BMW, a Mercedes and a Lambourghini.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-52675230?fbclid=IwAR3x75aMWgsJaoj7aYDX007esjLAbAH1HKoW8h3pyv2fAmWcnNGPQGslZao

WTP

A little update on my Karen battle, if anyone is so interested:
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Me: Not sure why you are being so defensive here. We're all talking "science", correct? Science should be, well actually IS, open to questioning. If those simple questions upset you, perhaps you are not basing your comments so much on science as on emotion.

Another consideration in regard to your accusation that I was "being rude" and the "elevates you" comment...Based on how you are engaging not just myself but others on this forum, I think you're doing a good bit of projection.

Karen: Perhaps you should report my comments.

Me: Why would I do something like that? I believe, almost passionately, in the free exchange of ideas, be they right or wrong. In my long study of human history, not only have I come to believe that freedom to speak one's mind is THE most fundamental human right that there is, but that such freedom, though it may come with some negative consequences, is important for a healthy, functional society. It is especially important in the domain of science. That belief in the ignorance of experts to which I refer above.

----

Also in regard to open tread and the WuhanFlu, again assuming anyone is interested...I've been tracking total weekly deaths data from the CDC as a way of sidestepping the COVID death certificate coding issue. I ran a few numbers from past flu seasons for the US, going back to just the 2015-16 flu season as that is what is readily available, and came up with a rough number of 55,500 being "typical" weekly deaths in flu season. Not going to bore you with the details of how I got that figure but I could have taken a higher number or lower, it was just a rough guess based on simple median vs. means vs. gut. Now based on that and the CDC data through April 26 (CDC data keeps changing as more info comes in and even April 26 is about 10-15% unstable), ASSUMING (big assumption) that first case of Chinapox arrived in the US on Jan 20, I am seeing an "excess" death rate that I would attribute to COVID specifically at somewhere around 60,000. Now I totally expect that number for pre-April 26 to go up as more data comes in and while the rate of increase in deaths has declined I fully expect to still see a good number of excess deaths for weeks going forward. Based on that I have little doubt that this thing is bad, real bad. But given population growth and such relative to 1968, I would expect this to still remain below, proportionally speaking, the Hong Kong Flu epidemic of that year/season that killed (supposedly) 100,000 Americans in a population 2/3 the current size.

As this is a rather well informed and clear-thinking group, I'm curious as to anyone's thoughts on this.

pst314

Foxes that go hehehe

Jordan Peterson mentioned in one of his U of Toronto class lectures (Maps of Meaning, I think) that rats laugh--but the sound is ultrasonic so we cannot hear it.

pst314

Police in Florida (natch) are looking for two NFL players, and a third man in a red mask, who held up guests at a house party at gunpoint...

This would not be the first time that NFL players have committed armed robbery (or even home invasion although my memory is uncertain.)

WTP

My wife showed that story to me today, as one player is a Georgia Bulldog and the older one, ashamedly, an ex-Gator. What also struck me was ho held up guests at a house party at gunpoint. This was at a house party in Miami, well technically Miramar west of Miami in Dade County, where the lockdowns are (supposedly) still a thing.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Based on that I have little doubt that this thing is bad, real bad.

Only for an already well known and defined population, no major pre-existing conditions and under 64, not to worry - 80% of US cases are 65 and older, 60% > 75; Table 1.

Iceland has the highest national incidence at 528/100,000, but the lowest CFR at 0.55. The Northern Marianas Islands, OTOH, has an incidence of 34/100,000, but a CFR of 10.5. Of course this again goes to show numbers can be meaningless because there are only about 60,000 people in the NMI, however, if one were to compare the overall general health of the average NMIer to the average Icelander and their respective medical facilities, the good money would be on Iceland, which does demonstrate that this mess is all about population at high risk of severe effects of infection, which most people aren't, and their management or lack thereof (cough) New York(cough).

Uma Thurmond's Feet

As this is a rather well informed and clear-thinking group, I'm curious as to anyone's thoughts on this.

I would be interested in seeing the number of total deaths over the year. As Farnsworth points out, if 80% of the deaths are elderly with pre-existing conditions, it may have shortened their lives by months, maybe a year or more.

As Scott Adams pointed out, there's two lines to trace: the number of Wuhan Virus deaths, and the number of deaths / amount of damage caused by the shutdown. Where those two lines intersect means that, in total, the cure becomes worse than the disease.

Where's that point? As Adams points out: "No one fucking knows." And he doesn't want some government parasite determining what he should do with his life.

NateWhilk

a chap who made poor choices

The mugshots in those tweets are gone, but the Wayback Machine has them. (this is the second link, which includes the first.)

https://web.archive.org/web/20200513183745/https:/twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1260640365721169920

I can't quite decide what to say about this. I guess I'll just go with "QUANT SUFF! QUANT SUFF!"

Hal

As Scott Adams pointed out, . . .

. . . . where?

Sam Duncan

Parody of note.

Fred the Fourth

Oh god...
I was reading the comments to this
https://marker.medium.com/the-office-is-dead-16be89f25d01
(Caution: their comment app is way suckier than discus)
And someone mentioned companies being required (hypothetically) to ensure OSHA compliance for their employee's home offices. (What's the UK equivalent for workplace health and safety?)
Can you imagine?
"Hello, sir. You employer, BigCorp, has authorized us to inspect and require changes to your home. This won't take a moment..."
"Uh-oh. Bob, you see that?"
" Yep. That cat is in violation of Reg. 21.3/7, for sure. "

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Not that you'd want to go there but New Jersey Beaches are open. Sort of.

Visitors need to keep it moving, and not sunbathe or put down a beach chair. Swimming is still off limits. Fishing and surfing are permitted.

So if you are surfing and fall off your board, but your feet can touch the bottom, you must walk in, if they don't, you must float there till either the tide brings you in, or the currents take you somewhere you are allowed to swim, I guess.

We won't get into the Science!™ behind how sitting and sunbathing apparently makes one more likely to either get or transmit the Great Wall Grippe.

They have lost their minds.

Minewhile in the Antarctic, I too have seen this movie and it didn't turn out well. Not at all sure we need it right now, maybe 2021.

JuliaM

"Parody of note."

Crying real tears of mirth here!

Charlie Suet

“Jordan Peterson mentioned in one of his U of Toronto class lectures (Maps of Meaning, I think) that rats laugh--but the sound is ultrasonic so we cannot hear it.“

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zaeaGd5AbWM

PaulF

Visitors need to keep it moving, and not sunbathe or put down a beach chair. Swimming is still off limits. Fishing and surfing are permitted.

Err, how do you "keep it moving" if you're fishing?

David

Err, how do you “keep it moving” if you’re fishing?

You shift your weight, almost imperceptibly, from one buttock to the other.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

No, no we don't.

David

Or in Mr Sherman’s case, from one buttock to the other and then on to the third one.

PiperPaul

Has anyone ever determined the actual dates when certain "media outlets" began actively insulting, alienating and provoking their audiences?

David

No, no we don’t.

The parents of all concerned must be glowing with pride.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Ignore for a moment that this person is a health minister but I need some clarification.

Which activities of three are more are essential, and how are you checking ? Asking for a friend.

David

Ignore for a moment that this person is a health minister

It’s not easy to set that aside.

Also, for those who missed it, this.

Uma Thurmond's Feet

As Scott Adams says

Where?

https://youtu.be/ljj7sW7pI94

Farnsworth M Muldoon

“Real beauty lasts forever,” wrote one user in all caps with a black heart emoji.

I feel it getting cooler already.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

"...a fantastic cultural experience..."

I feel cured already.

David

“Real beauty lasts forever,” wrote one user in all caps with a black heart emoji.

I see Batty Grandma wasn’t being noticed. Happily, she has a “solution.” If only to the lack of attention.

Somewhat related.

Sam Duncan

“(Caution: their comment app is way suckier than discus)”

Guido Fawkes moved from Disqus to something called Vuukle earlier this year. It can't possibly be worse than Vuukle.

“And someone mentioned companies being required (hypothetically) to ensure OSHA compliance for their employee's home offices. (What's the UK equivalent for workplace health and safety?)”

It's the Health and Safety Executive, although people generally just talk about “health and safety compliance”, rather than invoking the dread name itself.

But I remember this coming up when they banned smoking: there was talk of people whose cars were provided by their employer not being permitted to smoke in them even in non-work hours, and the same for people who worked from home. I don't know whether that was ever resolved.

I can just see the coppers Zoom-bombing conferences. “'Ello, 'ello, 'ello... Is that a fag I see burnin' in the background there? You're nicked, sunshine. Virtually, that is. So to speak, as it were. Um. 'Oo's in charge here? Give me that villain's name and address, or... er...”

“Crying real tears of mirth here!”

Rather appropriately, it was the surfing cop that cracked me up. :)

“Belgium health minister puts ban on non-essential sexual activities of persons 3 or greater in indoor areas”

Presumably outdoor fornication is still permitted, then? Good to see Belgium has its priorities in order. (Although I can't help suspecting a parody here. It's so hard to tell these days.)

pst314

"...a fantastic cultural experience..."

Fortunately I am of an age where I can afford to just walk away from an employer which tried to impose that sort of bullshit.

Hal

How this penniless ketamine dealer is queering homelessness through slam poetry.

Lessee . . .

A) How this elephantine 80386 surgeon is traveling arrival through kihon happo.

Hmmm. Looks the same to me. Who else wants to play mad libs?

B) Actually no:

If she's a dealer, she not penniless, otherwise she's a variety of mere distributor with no profit.

Queering? Insisting on gay only? How discriminatory, she must be denounced.

Queering? Giving something an interesting twist? (1) Actually, solutions rather tend to be needed with homelessness, not some mere shifting of terms. (2) Actually, deliberately being nomadic or taking up long term camping, or so, is not being “homeless”, such already has its own names---Considered Paul Erdos as an example of homeless.

Slam poetry What? Mere reciting gets nothing. Reciting in a context may get something.---Courtesy of listening through a stream of assorted BeatlesIsh, a first thought is of the time that George Harrison set up a concert. In turn the reason for the concert was right there in the concert's name, Concert For Bangladesh.

Etc.

pst314

Somewhat related.

"Clothes and food should cost much more than they do in Britain to reflect their true impact on the environment, Vivienne Westwood said on Wednesday night. Speaking at a Guardian Live event...Clothes should cost a lot more than they do – they are so subsidised. Food should cost more too – you know something is wrong when you can buy a cooked chicken for £2."

Perhaps we should stop subsidising leftism and apply a "true costs" analysis to twats like Vivienne Westwood. Hmmm? I wonder how she'd like that suggestion.

"...Capitalism is a war economy..."

Funny how leftists smear economic freedom with the terms that best describe leftism.

Hal

I see Batty Grandma wasn’t being noticed. . . . Somewhat related.

. . . when Conservative politician Boris Johnson became London’s mayor. . . . Ms Westwood expressed her indignation in suitably colourful terms:
Boris as mayor? Unthinkable. It just exposes democracy as a sham, especially if people don’t vote for [leftwing rival] Ken [Livingstone].

Could be worse, lassie. Just think if he decided to be Prime Minister.

Hal

I'm informed that the chattering classless are discussing Jeff Bezos becoming a trillionaire.

Yes, yes, there is indeed the issue of what numbers one uses when counting, but being a trillionaire was already achieved over in Zimbabwe, do try to keep up with the news, people . . .

David
This would be classified as a sexual assault.

Today’s word is incident.

Sam Duncan

“...Capitalism is a war economy...”

This is, of course, the diametric opposite of the truth. It's in wartime that the state takes control of the economy. The nationalization of Britain's railways, coal mining, and steel industry can trace their origins to WWII (proposals for nationalizing coal actually date back to WWI). At the time, the Left openly advocated the continuation of “war socialism” into peacetime.

pst314

At the time, the Left openly advocated the continuation of “war socialism” into peacetime.

Did you know that some American leftists are using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to demand the nationalization of industries?

Steve E

Did you know that some American leftists are using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to demand the nationalization of industries?

Great idea right. Let's turn over industry to a group that couldn't manage a warehouse stockpile of PPE.

pst314

Great idea right.

The only thing leftists should be in charge of is shipboard maintenance on the Golgafrincham Space Ark B. I'd say dirt farming in the Sudan, but it would be wrong to wish them on the Sudanese.

Lady Cutekitten of Lolcat

They farm dirt in the Sudan? So THAT’S where packaged potting soil comes from!

David, how was your long weekend? 😄

Darleen

Ooooo.... let me all introduce you all to Virginia Tech's Asst. Prof Cara Daggett who has written

Drone Disorientations HOW “UNMANNED” WEAPONS QUEER THE EXPERIENCE OF KILLING IN WAR --

Killing with drones produces queer moments of disorientation. Drawing on queer phenomenology, I show how militarized masculinities function as spatiotemporal landmarks that give killing in war its “orientation” and make it morally intelligible. These bearings no longer make sense for drone warfare, which radically deviates from two of its main axes: the home–combat and distance–intimacy binaries. Through a narrative methodology, I show how descriptions of drone warfare are rife with symptoms of an unresolved disorientation, often expressed as gender anxiety over the failure of the distance–intimacy and home–combat axes to orient killing with drones. The resulting vertigo sparks a frenzy of reorientation attempts, but disorientation can lead in multiple and sometimes surprising directions – including, but not exclusively, more violent ones. With drones, the point is that none have yet been reliably secured, and I conclude by arguing that, in the midst of this confusion, it is important not to lose sight of the possibility of new paths, and the “hope of new directions.”

AND, least you call "Poe's Law" and believe this is a parody paper, here is a wonderful Cara in 2018

Petro-masculinity: Fossil Fuels and Authoritarian Desire

As the planet warms, new authoritarian movements in the West are embracing a toxic combination of climate denial, racism and misogyny. Rather than consider these resentments separately, this article interrogates their relationship through the concept of petro-masculinity, which appreciates the historic role of fossil fuel systems in buttressing white patriarchal rule. Petro-masculinity is helpful to understanding how the anxieties aroused by the Anthropocene can augment desires for authoritarianism. The concept of petro-masculinity suggests that fossil fuels mean more than profit; fossil fuels also contribute to making identities, which poses risks for post-carbon energy politics. Moreover, through a psycho-political reading of authoritarianism, I show how fossil fuel use can function as a violent compensatory practice in reaction to gender and climate trouble.

Now, if you'll all excuse me, there's a couch, a tv remote and a bottle of tequila awaiting me.

Darleen

Oh crud - David, I think I scared your comment monitor and what was there, isn't any more.

JuliaM

"Today’s word is incident."

Interestingly, despite initially defending their Tweet, Derbyshire Police have since deleted it and the responses. As well as the incident appeal from the force's website:

"'The social media post drew a significant number of comments that were counterproductive to the nature of the appeal and as a result, the decision was made to remove it.

'It is important to note that people with information related to the incident can still get in touch with us if they can help.'"

So....was it a potential crime, or wasn't it? Does public reaction now determine whether the police treat an alleged sexual assault seriously or not?

David

Morning, all.


what was there, isn’t any more.

I’ve cajoled the spam filter.

Virginia Tech’s Asst. Prof Cara Daggett

A reminder that bedlamites walk among us. Oh, and today’s word is institutionalised.

David, how was your long weekend?

So far, I’ve been hanging around with you heathens about as much as usual. I’m not very good at this taking a few days off business.

Fred the Fourth

Heathens...
My wife and son have been binge watching a Chinese historical fiction called "Nothing gold can stay".
Main character is a young woman, very feisty and rule-flouting.
The English subtitles had a patriarch type guy call her a "hoyden".
Hoyden probably derives from "heathen".
Fine, but curious, old word, for certain types, Handy, even.

Ted S, Catskill Mtns, NY, USA

Also, for those who missed it, this.

So Laurie Penny became the Belgian Health Minister?

Ted S, Catskill Mtns, NY, USA

Courtesy of listening through a stream of assorted BeatlesIsh, a first thought is of the time that George Harrison set up a concert. In turn the reason for the concert was right there in the concert's name, Concert For Bangladesh.

Relevant

Hal

I’m not very good at this taking a few days off business.

. . . Were you planning to go somewhere?

David

Were you planning to go somewhere?

I was planning to be all absent and mysterious, a figure of intrigue.

Hal

. . . Concert For Bangladesh.

Relevant

Heh.

I did see the movie quite a number of years ago. After all this time, my one favorite bit is the one moment in the movie that I actually remember.

Hal

I was planning to be all absent and mysterious, a figure of intrigue.

It was Colonel Mustard in the pantry with a sock full of wet sand.

Richard Cranium

Professor Dagget appears to have missed the concept of indirect fire, which has been in active use since WWI. The people operating the artillery never see the people they are killing that way at all.

Fred the Fourth

There's a grain of truth in Prof Daggett's essay. Turns out, no surprise, that the mental and physical stresses associated with being a drone pilot are very different from the in-the-field pilot. The U.S. Air force is still adapting to the differences.

Hal

Defense Tropes Quarterly would like to announce that The Carrier is Vulnerable and Obsolete.

Pooklord

Wrt Professor Dagget's thesis, B-52 Pilots were 6+ miles above Hanoi when they dropped their bombs and could neither see nor hear the effect on the target. The missions were even planned at SAC headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska.

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