Sunday, 24 November 2013

The Sunday Review, 6th Issue, November 24, 2013

Ten Sextacular Reasons Why More Sex Will Help You Stay on Top in the Coming Collapse -- Survival Sherpa - You may have heard the ‘talk’ early on in life. You sat at the kitchen table as mom or dad awkwardly fumbled for words to answer the “where do babies come from” question. You were on a need-to-know basis and I’m betting they left out these juicy details.

Hyperinflation Is the Necessary, Proper, Patriotic and Ethical Thing to Do -- Von Mises Institute of Canada - Many will not survive. Just as in Weimar Germany, the elderly who are retired on the fruits of a lifetime of savings will find themselves impoverished to the point of despair. Suicides among the elderly will be common. Prostitution will increase, as one’s body becomes the only saleable resource for many. Guns will disappear from gun shops, if not through panic buying then by outright theft by armed gangs, many of whom may be your previously law-abiding neighbors.

How to Build a Rocket Stove to Impress the Boys -- Prepared Housewives - A handful of twigs can cook an entire meal! And if you use the design below it fits anywhere, only weighs about 1 lb, very portable, easy to use, practically free, great for camping... Shall I go on? No... let's just go ahead and make one.

Girls Lie About Sexual Abuse -- Alpha Game - Two years after San Jose schoolgirls branded a teacher as a "perv" and "creeper" who inappropriately touched kids and peeked into their restroom, a civil jury Friday found the children and their parents financially liable for defamation in a case that pitted the rights of the accused against the aim of reporting perceived abuse.

Lessons in Manliness from Andrew Jackson -- The Art of Manliness -  He was the first president to come from the common people and break the Virginia aristocracy’s hold on that office. After his inauguration, he threw open the doors of the White House for a public reception; the crowd of drunken well-wishers who attended grew so huge and unruly they had to be lured back out with large tubs of spiked punch placed on the front lawn. He was the first president to see himself as the direct representative of the people and thus to believe that his office should have great power and authority in shaping national affairs.
The October 2012 Pre-Election Jobs Report Was Faked -- Zero Hedge - On Friday October 5, 2012, the BLS released what was arguably the most important report of Obama's first term: the final jobs number, and unemployment rate before the November 2012 presidential election. As so many predicted, it "plunged" from 8.1% to 7.8% allowing the president to conduct countless teleprompted speeches praising the success of his economic recovery.

Memo to Ed Miliband: My Marxist Father Was Wrong, Too -- Von Mises Institute of Canada - Edward Miliband and I have something (not much) in common: we both had Marxist fathers. In my case, however, it turned me against all that my father stood, or pretended to stand, for. I saw that his concern for the fate of humanity in general was inconsistent with his contempt for the actual people by whom he was surrounded, and his inability to support relations of equality with others. I concluded that the humanitarian protestations of Marxists were a mask for an urge to domination.

Roast Beef, Potatoes, and Carrots "Don't Meet Nutritional Guidelines" But GMO's, HFCS, And Trans Fats Do -- Organic Prepper - Close on the heels of a federally sponsored pre-school in Virginia disallowing home-made lunches without a doctor's note, a mom in Manitoba was given this note and a $10 fine when her children's preschool felt that the lunch she sent from home required "supplemental" Ritz Crackers.

The Ubiquitous Quest for Power -- Angry Harry - Recognising that most of what you see going on around you is, by and large, a quest for power, is one of the most enlightening experiences that you will ever have, in my view.

Prepare For What's Coming: "The Largest Financial Collapse This Planet Has Ever Seen" -- SHTF Plan - Over the course of the last six weeks, since the disastrous launch of health care exchanges mandated under the new Patient Affordable Care Act, we have been made privy to something most Americans didn’t believe was possible: that the government of the United States of America is being represented by thieves, liars and sycophants. Every promise made by the President and Congressional democrats who supported Obamacare legislation has turned out to be a complete falsehood. But what’s critical to our future well-being is that we understand that the machinations and conjecture are not restricted solely to the health care debacle. They pervade every aspect of government on the federal, state and local level alike.
Close on the heels of a federally sponsored preschool in Virginia disallowing homemade lunches without a doctor’s note, a mom in Manitoba was given this note and a $10 fine when her children’s preschool felt that the lunch she sent from home required “supplemental” Ritz Crackers. - See more at:
Close on the heels of a federally sponsored preschool in Virginia disallowing homemade lunches without a doctor’s note, a mom in Manitoba was given this note and a $10 fine when her children’s preschool felt that the lunch she sent from home required “supplemental” Ritz Crackers. - See more at:
Dutch Oven - Not the Bedroom Kind! -- The Cooking Husband - Tis' the season to start talking about Dutch Ovens. Fellas, I already know you are thinking, "fart + under covers = Dutch oven." Well, that is true but when it comes to fall cooking, the Dutch oven is THE tool of the kitchen. So you may ask--what exactly is a Dutch know, the other kind? It is any large, heavy pot that is suitable for stovetop or oven use. These hard-working pots are the perfect tool for slow-simmered soups and braises, as well as a few other required fall meals, such as the chili for football! So what is our top Dutch ovens?

Nutritional Deficien$$ies -- Hawaiian Libertarian - There's a reason why the CAFO system warehouses chickens and pigs in an environment of complete darkness and feed them genetically modified grain feed that fattens them quickly for harvesting and processing. That reason is profiting from nutritional deficiencies.

The Amazing Disappearance of GOLD from the American Psyche -- Sovereign Man - In George Orwell’s seminal work 1984, there’s a really great scene early in the book between Winston (the main character) and Syme, a low-level functionary at the Ministry of Truth. Syme is working on the 11th Edition of the Newspeak Dictionary, and he explains to Winston how the Ministry of Truth is actually removing words from the English vocabulary. In Newspeak, words like -freedom- have been struck from the dictionary altogether, to the point that the mere concept of liberty would be incommunicable in the future.

Fred X Lives? Man, Unhappy With Ex-Wife, Buys House Next to Her and Puts Up Gigantic Middle Finger Statue -- Yahoo News -  This story is one that warms the blackened, icy hearts of the Odd News team. In Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Alan Markovitz, not satisfied with expressing his distaste for his ex-wife in just words, has bought and moved into a home that sits right next door to a house that’s occupied by…his ex-wife. That’s funny enough, but as WJBK Fox 2 points out, the cherry on top of this cupcake is an almost 12-foot high statue of a middle finger Markovitz put in his back yard, pointed toward his former love and her new boyfriend.

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Why On Earth Do White Fathers Keep Sending Their Kids to University? They Get Brainwashed to Hate Your Guts There! Save the money for your retirement because these two clowns certainly aren't going to have the wherewithal to help you in your old age with their Queer Theory Majors and Minors in Women's Studies and Ebonics:
Libertarianism in One Sentence -- Ludwig Von Mises Institute of Canada - Is it right to imprison people, robbing them of their liberty, when they have harmed no one and violated no property rights?

Risky Acne Drug Diane-35 Underscores Health Canada's Limitations -- Cannabis Culture - Canadian laws empower regulators to recall bad toys, tools, cleaning supplies, clothing and food, but not bad drugs. That job is left almost entirely up to manufacturers and distributors.

Wood Fired Ovens and Pizza Kettles -- Off-Grid - Ovens were first developed for baking bread, and bread alone. Everything else was cooked on or in front of a fire. It was only in the 19th century that ranges with integral ovens began to be inserted into domestic kitchens and that roasting before the open flame dropped out of favour, only recently revived as we relearn the art of the barbecue.

Killing the "We Paid Our Taxes; We Earned Our Benefits" Social Security Ponzi Meme -- Zero Hedge - “We paid our Social Security and Medicare taxes; we earned our benefits.” It is that belief among senior citizens that President Obama was pandering to when, in his second inaugural address, he claimed that those programs “strengthen us. They do not make us a nation of takers.” If Social Security and Medicare both involved people voluntarily financing their own benefits, an argument could be made for seniors’ “earned benefits” view. But they have not. They have redistributed tens of trillions of dollars of wealth to themselves from those younger.
Why Grandma Yellen Is A Bad Choice for Federal Reserve Chairman -- Return of Kings - With the bloated state of the US government debt and the shutdown, Fat Shaming Week was appropriate in more ways than one. Now, horror of horrors, Janet Yellen has been nominated by Obama as the first woman chairman of the Federal Reserve. She will almost certainly be confirmed.
How to Make a Wooden Tool Carrier -- The Art of Manliness - Sometimes the simplest solution is the best. If you need to carry a few tools around, an open-top toolbox is great, especially if you are a visual person and need to see things for them to exist. Plumbers love these boxes, as pipe wrenches are long and awkward to carry. I just laid out a few tools I knew I wanted to carry in this box, and made up a plan.

How Not to Lose Everything in a Disaster -- Apartment Prepper - Preppers try to be ready for emergencies whether foreseeable or not, but there are always inherent risks to everything.  If you store your preps in your home, it is possible to lose them should a tornado strike, or should floodwaters or fire engulf your home.  I’m not trying to say it’s pointless to prep, this is all the more reason to carefully consider what steps to take in order to minimize the risk.

Why You Should Never Date a Girl With an Eating Disorder -- Stares at the World - Some Psychologists are legitimate scientists, trying to better understand how people function, and applying that knowledge to help them improve.  These are the men and women who’ve discovered fascinating things about the mind.  Far too many of them, however, act like autistic savants, or scheming manipulators; rather than try and understand the mind, they describe particularized manifestations of mental illness, and call it a day.  Big Insurance demands a diagnosis, and Big Pharma demands that we cure it with a pill.  As a result, mental health becomes just another for-profit-at-all-costs machine.  The crazy person gets labelled, they’re fed a narcotic (often one with less benefits, and more side-effects than a placebo), they get to feel special because they’ve joined a victim group, while the Psychologist pats himself on the back and ignores all the damage he’s caused in the world.

Amsterdam Pays Alcoholics in Beer, Tobacco to Clean Up City -- UPI - Officials in Amsterdam say a program that pays alcoholics in cash, tobacco and beer to clean the streets is helping the city learn how to fight addiction.

Real US Economy Trampled -- Marc Faber - I would like readers to consider carefully the fundamental difference between a “real economy” and a “financial economy.” In a real economy, the debt and equity markets as a percentage of GDP are small and are principally designed to channel savings into investments. In a financial economy or “monetary-driven economy,” the capital market is far larger than GDP and channels savings not only into investments, but also continuously into colossal speculative bubbles. This isn’t to say that bubbles don’t occur in the real economy, but they are infrequent and are usually small compared with the size of the economy. So when these bubbles burst, they tend to inflict only limited damage on the economy.

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