About the Spineless One.

UPDATE–Since Fukushima there’s been a vast increase in visitors. Welcome! I’m not changing the “about” below, even though it’s extremely belligerent. Well, this blog was started to oppose infringements of liberty. It might one day return to it.

So all that bitterness below? “Social alphas” utterly rejected me when I wanted to be liked, and now won’t let me go when I’d be utterly rid of them. Until they do, I will gleefully destroy their pathetic attempts at “reason”.

A worm has no backbone.  See?  

The World’s Only Rational Man is socially filleted; there’s no spine left.  I got “boned” for not sacrificing truth and reason for social acceptance.

Shunned and ostracized in school and beyond, I finally accepted my loneliness.  But now political animals won’t leave me alone. 

You never wanted me in your herd, remember?  I won’t pay tribute to it or you.  And worse, you pretend your lust for dominance is based on on logic, on reason…on morality. 

If there is a human avatar of reason, lefties…it ain’t you.  It’s the W.O.R.M.  And now the W.O.R.M. has turned.  He’s…turned on a website.

Tyrannical arguments are dragged in here and executed.  Of course tyrants won’t acknowledge it.  But they’re not wanted here; there’s no intersection between them and me. 

This blog’s purpose is to find or develop one person.  My captain, my leader; a rational person with a social backbone.   

So come.  Let us reason together.

21 Responses to About the Spineless One.

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  2. DiogenesLamp says:

    Is there an email address to which we can send links?

  3. wormme says:

    I’ll have to remember to start checking this account: grumblergrouch (at) yahoo (dot) com.

    Hopefully bots can’t read that.

  4. Sardondi says:

    “grunblegrouch”! BWWAAAHAAHAAAHAA! A fellow curmudgeon!

  5. Sardondi says:

    Oh, and I note your professional beginnings at Brown’s Ferry. While I came to you through Instapundit, (and congrats on that primo link, BTW) I am a Hoover boy myself.

    BTW, I trust you have seen that President Neo has taken this opportunity to ban any future nuclear reactor construction. Looks like he Rahm Emanuel’s lessons stuck with him: “Never let a crisis go to waste.”

    So Obama has banned reactor construction. He must be one tremendously competent guy. Not only can he be President, now he’s Congress too. He really must be The One!

    Here’s hoping you get greater exposure. Your site is sorely needed to counteract the appalling number of Chicken Littles which seem to be monopolizing the media coverage of Japan’s nuclear reactor problems. I’m gonna write Glenn Reynolds and see if he’ll give another plug.

    • wormme says:

      Welcome to the site!

      I didn’t know he’d outright banned them yet. Pretty butch for him.

      And thank you for the p.r. work! I am going to retask for mostly rad blogging for a while. Citing “I surveyed a radioactive baboon on crack” might stand out from the 5,000-6,000 emails he gets every day.

  6. Sardondi says:

    *ahem* Uh, no, The O has NOT yet enacted a nuk-u-lur (I remember Jimmy Carter!) ban. Seems I caught the tail-end of a speculative bit on “How Obama might react”.Ah, verify, verify. Apologies for being the source of misinformation.

    • wormme says:

      No prob. Easy to see where you’d get the impression. He did basically say he wanted to make energy more expensive.

      Mission Accomplished!

  7. Craig says:

    Thanks for the charts. However I cannot read you and your commentors writings. You should really consider changing the background!

    • wormme says:

      Really?! My background is white and the text is black in the comments. What are you seeing?

      Wait. If you can’t read this…I’LL TRY SHOUTING! DOES THIS HELP?!!

  8. Andy Robson says:


    Has anyone pointed this out to you? Randall Munro (of the brilliant xkcd web comic) put together this chart with some help, and what looks like some pretty good source material.

    What do you think? Brillaint? Good? Meh?

    • wormme says:

      That’s probably been the most posted link here. I like it, but with those ratios already familiar to me it didn’t have the punch it might with someone who’s been media-washed about radiation.

      We’ve had one “meh”, the rest are goods and brilliants.

      And welcome!

  9. Mazzuchelli says:

    By the heading, thought this was another post about teleprompter-jesus, but instead it’s about you. Stop it. That was then. This is now. Not many even from the “political ranks” have such a stylish site as this. Time to move on…unless of course the grievances motivate the writing. Then, by all means, grovel in perceived slights and resulting misery. If like me you’re Scots-Irish, there’s nothing to be done in any case.

  10. wormme says:

    Mostly Irish with a bit of Brit and maybe a dash of Scotch Scots.

    Oh, it’s not “perceived” slights from back then, it’s out-and-out slights. But don’t misunderstand. The purpose of this is to be rid of them. I’m not their social peer, any more than they’re my rational one. So until they leave me and other liberty-lovers alone, their idiocy gets exposed.

    As soon as they quit trying to seize control of our lives (while yet despising us), my thoughts won’t turn their way at all.

    Well, except to pray for them, on the rare occasions of being a good Christian.

  11. Ted Hubenschmidt says:

    I’m not the smartest peerson on the planet,but wouldn’t adding SALTwater to electrically charged water inside the reactor just be adding an electrolyte to produce more hydrogen to help cause the explosion? Or possibly the ONLY reason why it blew up?

    • wormme says:

      They had the hydrogen explosions early on, days before going to seawater cooling.

      I think the free hydrogen is due to very hot zirconium stripping oxygen from water molecules. But given what a moron I made of myself over this, in the early days of the crisis, let’s both await confirmation.

  12. Xpat says:

    Wow. It’s funny coming to this self-presentation so late, after swimming the site for a while. I had you pegged as a swaggering Alpha male because of your effortlessly good expository style, rapier-like wit, and technical mastery. What puzzled me was why you were also so nice.

    I’m with Muzzachelli completely on this one. Let it go. Just be W.O.R.M. Bask confidently in the radiant glow of WORMness.

    • wormme says:

      In addition to other social baggage, my upbringing left me far better at dealing with insults than compliments. Thank you for the high praise.

  13. blake says:

    So, have you checked your scorecard? How’d I do with some of my early thoughts?

    (If I got it right or mostly right, I’m rubbing it in. If I was way off base, it was all because I was trying to provide thoughtful and rational discussion)

    Seriously, though, I do check back on occasion.

    Keep up the great work.

    • wormme says:

      You did fine, though looking back I’m not sure what the scorecard would be for. Your remarks were more observations than predictions. I don’t think ongoing fission has been the problem some had feared it would be, but the hydrogen explosions were probably worse.

  14. rich says:

    I found your blog years ago during Fukushima but I don’t comment much. Mostly read your stuff on radiation, etc. I was trying to see how to send you an email, but I don’t see a link for that so I’m leaving this link as a comment as I thought you might get a laugh out of it. Not just for the product itself but the comments are hilarious.

    Amazon.com has Uranium Ore for sale. By the can.


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