On Political Correctness: The Opposite of a Negative is Not Always a Positive – Erik Kondo

————————————————————————————————————————————- Let’s play a word association game. Up – Down Big – Little Minus – Plus Bad – Good Negative – Positive The opposite of something negative is always a positive, right? If you thought “yes”, then you are in NOT politically correct terms “a sh!th@ad”. See how easy it is call someone names? There … [Read more…]

Animal Farm – Rory Miller

Two observations, unrelated to each other except for the barnyard metaphors. 1) I have officially decided to quit making fun of the chi-meisters. You know, the guys who send their students spinning with a look or stun them with a gesture. The ones demonstrating and teaching no-touch knockouts. As some of you know, I’ve offered … [Read more…]

Q&R: When is “Violence the Answer”? – Marc MacYoung

“Violence is seldom the answer. But when it is it’s the only answer.” The ‘only answer’ version is Tim Larkin. While I heartily agree with the sentiment, I disagree with the phrasing. I scale it to ‘the best answer’, ‘ or ‘most effective,’ or ‘most appropriate.’ Why? ‘ “Violence is seldom the answer, but when … [Read more…]

5 Signs Your Facebook Friend is a Supporter of Terrorism – Erik Kondo

  It’s a frightening thought. Your friend on Facebook encourages terrorism. But before discussing the indicators of someone who aids terrorists, a little background is required. Terrorism is a tactic. According to the FBI, terrorism is intended to “(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by … [Read more…]