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About wormme

I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.

Awesome women are awesome. Feminists are…something else.

(NOTE–I don’t know why the vids currently aren’t loading.  I’m doing the same thing I always have.  Working on it.) A simply great #GamerGate video:   Though I really wish smart, moral women like Ms. Sommers would quit calling themselves “feminists”.  … Continue reading

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So, about 30 months ago I kickstarted a game for $28…

…and it’s not enough for me to get a copy of the game when it comes out. IT’S NOT ENOUGH FOR ME TO GET A COPY OF THE GAME!! I’m not mad, understand. Not even disappointed, really, more confused.  But … Continue reading

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There are four kinds of lies…

…lies, damned lies, statistics…and Democrat voting. When the margin of an election is 1% or less, how often would you expect either candidate to win?  Those sorts of contests are often called “tossups”, because they’re as close and unpredictable as the toss … Continue reading

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Minions, my minions!

How I wish you were of higher quality.  Like…

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You know the story about riding the tiger?

The hard part about riding a tiger is sticking the dismount. So take an educated guess:  in the nuclear field, when are workers most likely to contaminate themselves? Answer:  when removing their contaminated protective clothing. Don’t forget that tidbit when seeing articles … Continue reading

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I’ve made a huge mistake.

I ended up missing 4 nights of work due to the bureaucratic morass.  Which was really bugging me…until I started working the Turbine Deck. This would have been a breeze in my youth.  Twelve hours on my feet in outrageously … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy just cost me ~40,000 square feet of land.

I’m not working this weekend after all.  “The Man” messed up my digital fingerprinting last week, and I had to redo it this week.  Thus, my security clearance didn’t come through for unescorted access to the nuclear plant. Thus thus, … Continue reading

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