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Breadcrumbs Blowing Through the Labyrinth

This cheap relic should have been torn down long ago of course. But with an endless flood of Third Worlders desperate to live in the lap of social democratic milk-and-honey, the local council thought it could slap on some cladding and hey presto, everybody gets a bourgeois, British lifestyle! The cladding was apparently an aluminum composite product with a polyethyene core. Polyethylene burns hot and beautifully, enough to melt the rebar inside of concrete. RTWT at: The Anti-Gnostic: Intersectionality

Highly educated people are more likely to get brain tumors.

The American people aren’t Donald Trump’s best buddy, but they want change and they want him to get it done. — House of Eratosthenes

The Roman lower classes, with whom Caesar was popular, became enraged that a small group of aristocrats had sacrificed Caesar. — neoneocon

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“Because the cuticle is porous and never dry, woodlice are exceedingly difficult to mark with paint, which tends to flake off.” – Theodore Dalrymple

In a pair of affluent coastal California counties, the canary in the mineshaft has gotten splayed, spatchcocked and plated over a bed of unintended consequences, garnished with sprigs of locally sourced economic distortion and non-GMO, “What the heck were they thinking?” As the East Bay Times reported in January, at least 60 restaurants around the Bay Area had closed since September alone. RTWT at: What is $15 minimum wage doing to Bay Area restaurants? | The Fresno Bee

An industry long haunted by negative connotations and a lack of sound research finds new opportunities in sustainability. RTWT at: Organic Weed? Marijuana Growers Go Green

If you want to defeat mortal enemies, you have to learn to hate them. In this area, they are emotionally ahead of us. And this means they have ALWAYS hated us and have ALWAYS regarded us as mortal enemies. RTWT at: A Reminder From Sabo | Western Rifle Shooters Association

“Blue states and red states deal differently with some matters of health, education, welfare, and police. It does no good to insist that all do all things uniformly. Why shouldn’t each spend its money and legislate as it wishes? Regarding sanctuary cities, the federal government can, and should, withdraw whatever money such jurisdictions receive from the federal government for the functions in question. Indeed, as jurisdictions on the Left and Right effectively nullify some of the administrative state’s functions, fewer and fewer congressmen and senators will be inclined to maintain those functions. America’s founders had learned from the history of empires that keeping diverse peoples under the same roof requires interfering as little as possible with their views of themselves and of the good. Time to relearn federalism.”RTWT at: The Cold Civil War

Perhaps we should have these Members of Congress use their own personal funds when they hold hearings not related to the priorities of the American people. – Allen West

August 1940. “Extremely tall and excellent corn is also grown on the King and Anderson cotton plantation near Clarksdale. Mississippi Delta, Mississippi.”

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  • ghostsniper June 24, 2017, 5:57 AM

    “The cladding was apparently an aluminum composite product with a polyethyene core. Polyethylene burns hot and beautifully, enough to melt the rebar inside of concrete. ”

    Uh, no.
    At least, not the way it is written.

    Lemme tell you a little story.
    When I was a young curious lad my dad had a ramset, it used a blank gun cartridge to fire a construction nail into concrete. One day, in my dad’s absence I was fooling around with that ramset and fired a nail into the concrete. The head of the nail protruded about 1/2″ above the concrete. Fearing what my dad would do upon finding that nail, I fired up his acetylene torch and tried to cut that nail off flush with the surface of the concrete. Holding the torch to the nail, in about 30 seconds the concrete *exploded* and a 6″ dia crater was around the nail, and yes, the nail was still embedded. Now I was even deeper shit. Concrete is porous, it has tiny bubbles all through it.

    Before rebar (steel reinforcing rods, sized according to the diameter, in 1/8 inches. ie, a #5 rod is 5/8″ in dia.) inside concrete can melt, as stated above, the concrete would explode away from it. Ask yourself, how hot is the flame from an acetylene torch?

    No, I didn’t read the entire article as the headline alone told me the validity of the content.
    Either tell the truth, or shut your cave. It really is that simple.
    And yes, I got a work boot in my ass about 5:30pm that day.