Monthly Archives: November 2011

Apocalypse Now!

I’ve been wanting to translate this article for quite some time. It was posted on March 28 by Prof. Reinhard Zöllner, professor for Japanology at the Bonn university. I’m not a professional translator (especially not for German-English), so there may … Continue reading

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Snake-in-the-grass oil.

Money-grubbing greedy Greenies.  I guess Al Gore is this guy’s hero.  If you’re going to scare-monger, don’t hold back! He also alleges that the Japanese government is trucking radioactive material from the Fukushima site all over Japan, in order to … Continue reading

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Ignorance is blissfulesque.

I’m afraid I could really get into this “news-free weekends” stuff.  But we’re still staying very busy at work so there was no relieving my ignorance today.  And hey, who else’s workweek ends on Wednesday this Thanksgiving season?  Four-day weekend!

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Eureka!

I’ve foregone (is that a word?) news this weekend in favor of watching season two of Eureka.  It’s very good whenever they keep that cocky felon off the screen.  There’s a lot of Easter eggs for science nerds. I did … Continue reading

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Perceptions

China doesn’t own as much debt as people think. Fed Now Largest Owner of U.S. Gov’t Debt—Surpassing China How much does China hold then? Meanwhile, as of the end of this September, entities in mainland China owned $1.1483 trillion in … Continue reading

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She is woman, hear her roar!

If you skimmed past Insty’s link to this jaw-dropping missive, I highly recommend it.  This is an outraged, moral hedge broker who shut down her fund.  Why? To protect her clients from remorseless thieves…our government and its cronies. If we … Continue reading

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Trust me, you can trust me with your daughters.

Yesterday was yet another busy workday when our six-person crew consisted of three technicians.  It’s early afternoon and I’m still catching up on yesterday’s paperwork.  This is today’s excuse for any abandonment issues you’ve developed. It occurs to me that, … Continue reading

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