The majority of sudden deaths among men during coitus took place during extramarital sex.
I’m assuming that this excludes death at the hands (or knife, gun or baseball bat) of the aggrieved husband catching one in the act of Teh Naughty.
…and no, it’s not the smell of cooking vegan burgers:
Britons are turning away from meat with a majority backing subsidies for plant-based alternatives, according to the RSPCA.
New figures suggest a revolution in eating habits for a nation that was previously defined by its love of roast beef and a fry-ups, with their bacon, sausages and eggs.
A study sponsored by the animal charity found 58 per cent have taken steps to eliminate or reduce their own meat consumption.
Uh huh. I bet the study was taken in Islington, among people seen leaving vegetarian and vegan restaurants, and duh! it’s coming from the RSPCA, hardly an unbiased organization.
That smell? Ah yes: it’s non-vegan bullshit.
All this, among actual data showing that vegan (i.e. fake meat) food-producing companies are in financial difficulties if not going out of business altogether, ditto vegan restaurants and so on.
But if you repeat the lie often enough, it becomes the truth. [cf. climate change, Josef Goebbels]
Last week I received in my email something from these guys:
…with the following message:
Walmart, a company who’s known to be one of the biggest supporters of conservative causes, has just bowed to evil liberal demands. Here’s what happened…
Several major companies (including Amazon, Walmart, Barnes & Noble and more) have decided it’s against Americans’ best interests to carry a new book on their store shelves. And the reason why should have you fuming…
The book is called The First 72 Hours.
The First 72 Hours was written by one of the world’s leading survival authors, Damian Campbell.
And the reason these companies won’t allow you to buy his book is because it exposes how the left is using the current political unrest to steal our freedom in ways we never imagined…
And it teaches you how to prepare for the coming collapse.
The secrets in this book are well-known by government insiders…
And Campbell has put them all in this book in an attempt to warn you about what is going to happen in the next few months.
Since Campbell isn’t allowed to sell this book in stores we convinced him to let us hand out a few copies at a deep discount.
Right now we have permission to give 50% OFF copies to the next 288 people who click here.
However, once you get access to this book you’ll need to review it ASAP.
I can’t tell you when the S will hit the F. But I can tell you Jesus was right that no man knows the hour – and that we should be vigilant and prepared.
Get your copy of The First 72 Hours for 50% OFF before they’re gone… and before it’s too late.
Being of a suspicious nature when people send me stuff and want me to spend money with them, I did a little investigation for myself. I didn’t look at Walmart, because the next time I buy a book at Wally World will be the first time, and the last time I bought anything at B&N was when we were still homeschooling the kids.
So onto Teh Intarwebz I went. A whole two minutes later, I came across this:
…so the second paragraph contained at least one lie, which kind of pissed me off right there.
But my ire having been aroused, I decided to do a little more digging, and found the following:
Well, what about this “Firearm Man” guy (or org)? Searching for “firearm-man.com” takes one here:
Fuck them, fuck their newsletter, and by the way, fuck Damian Campbell and his poxy little expensive brochure. I wouldn’t accept it as a gift, now.
Caveat emptor, y’all.
Saw this recently and it got my blood boiling:
I just looked at my electricity bill, and it went up 25% compared to last year this time (i.e. summer compared to summer). Other commodities show similar increases, the lowest being 12%. So:
Where the FUCK does that 3.2% number come from?
I want to see exactly which categories showed less than 3.2% inflation, to bring the average down. And don’t insult me with bullshit like “Office Rents” (which go down, on the aggregate, when people move out and stop paying the rent): I want to see like for like.
Wait, I can see my future… and it involves shooting double the amount of ammo at this afternoon’s range session.
I’m sorry, but anyone who calls Hillary Bitch Clinton the Drunken Grandma Of Death deserves a read — and the topic is extremely relevant, with all sorts of ecoskeptical goodness thrown in.
Hie thee hence.
We’re always being told how bad Eeeevil Oil is for us, for the environment and of course for the pore likkel beasties in the fields.
First off, we have to stop using oil-powered vehicles and start using Duracell-powered cars and trucks (lol) instead. Except that it turns out that electric cars are worse for the environment than gasoline-powered ones (see here for the !SCIENCE!).
So if Teslas and Priuses are doubleplusungood after all, then we need to start using “sustainable” eco-fuels like corn-based ethanol because sustainable. (Even Formula 1 is moving towards using ethanol-only fuel in the next couple of years, the idiots.)
Sounds good, right? Errrr, nazzo fast, Guido. Add this little snippet to the “Solution Is Worse Than The Problem” category:
The US biofuel program is probably killing endangered species and harming the environment in a way that negates its benefits, but the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is largely ignoring those problems, a new federal lawsuit charges.
The suit alleges the EPA failed to consider impacts on endangered species, as is required by law, when it set new rules that will expand biofuel use nationwide during the next three years, said Brett Hartl, government affairs director with the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), which brought the litigation.
Not that we need any further proof that the EPA is to the environment as cancer cells are to the human body, but I digress.
The Clean Air Act requires the EPA to set minimum levels of biofuel usage for the transportation sector. The new rule approved by the agency calls for about 15bn gallons (57bn liters) of conventional corn ethanol for each of the next three years, plus an increase from 5.9bn gallons to 7.3bn gallons of advanced biofuels during the same time period.
About 40% of all corn grown in the US is used for ethanol production, and nearly half is used as animal feed.
While the fuels are designed to decarbonize the transportation sector, their production eliminates wetlands and prairie land that act as carbon sinks, Hartl noted. The EPA in 2018 estimated that up to 7m acres (2.8m hectares) of land had been converted to grow corn for ethanol fuel.
Ethanol production also pollutes water. Regulations around pesticides and fertilizers used in corn grown for ethanol fuel are much looser, which means much higher levels of dangerous chemicals run into surface and groundwaters. The pollution probably plays a significant role in dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico after pesticides flow down the Mississippi River, Hartl said.
Read the rest to see how the EPA is ducking and diving to avoid doing anything that might actually, you know, alleviate the problem.
One by one, every single alternative proposed by the Greens (and their lickspittles in academia and the media) is proving to be a complete fiasco: wind- and solar power generation instead of nuclear, electric vehicles (EV) instead of internal combustion engines, and now biofuels instead of gasoline.
But Oh No! we have to preserve the Gaia Cult — even if it kills us (and Gaia).