Thursday, 28 September 2017

Sharia Creep in Canada

It's been a while since I've written a blog, but I'm back again. My subject today is about Islam and Sharia creep, as it has to do with my country, Canada(or should I say, Canaduh!). This country used to be a great place to live in before Fundamentalist Muslims (Islamists) started coming in from everywhere, wanting to change our laws and customs.

Sunday, 22 November 2015

Fear of Death

Death. What a subject! People fear it, try to avoid it as long as they can, and who can blame them? Death is a natural part of life. You live, you die. Some say it's the only justice. Woody Alan once said that he didn't fear death, he just didn't want to be there when it happened. It think that expresses pretty much everybody's feeling about the final event in our life.

I'm at the age now where most of my life is behind me. I sometimes wish I could go back and correct a few mistakes I've made, but we all know that's just wishful thinking. But I digress.

Sunday, 27 September 2015

Micro$oft doesn't Care About Its User base

A few weeks ago, I downloaded Windows 10 to try it out. I had a copy of Windows 8.1 pre-installed on my Asus laptop and I decided that I'd give Windows 10 a spin. Mostly, I'm a Linux user and I had Manjaro, an Arch-based distro, installed on my laptop and was dual-booting between the two. Actually, I hadn't used Windows in months since I had purchased the laptop. I had discovered that one could install Arch Linux without having to use the "Arch Way", so I was using that on a daily basis.

Don't get me wrong, I've installed Arch using the method recommended by the Arch wiki, and I was thrilled that I could install a Linux system almost from scratch, without ever resorting to using an installed. That was way cool. But I digress.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

How Did Everything Get Started?

I sometimes wonder how everything got started; the universe, I mean. How did it all start? Scientific orthodoxy nowadays says the "Big Bang" is what started everything. The Big Bang is an expression coined by astronomer Fred Hoyle to make fun of the theory. Hoyle thought the Big Bang was pseudoscience. There are scientists who disagree with the Big Bang, even today, they have other ideas.

I have to say that when I try to imagine that infinitely small point of heat and energy required by this theory, I just can't wrap my mind around that. My common sense says "no way!" How can something be infinitely small? It's just ridiculous! How can something be nearly infinite? That doesn't make sense. How can something so unimaginably small contain what is necessary to build a universe so unimaginably huge? Again, it makes no sense.

Thursday, 10 September 2015

The Feminazis Are At It Again

I've read some pretty stupid shit on the Internet, but this takes the cake. In an article at The Waterpipe, titled "Can a Fart Be Misogynist?" (no, I'm not shitting you), one Ashley Ingle would have us believe that "if a woman was to fart in the presence of a man and the man responded by farting louder than the woman, then that would be rape." Did you get that? If I fart louder than a woman, I have just raped her. There seems to be no end to the stupidity of these shit-for-brains femenazis.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Babbling About Babel

Have you ever noticed the story of the tower of Babel in Genesis 11, and how everyone spoke one language, and how the god of the bible worried that they would eventually build a tower that would reach all the way up to heaven, where he lives? No? Really, I'm serious, it's in Genesis 11, read it for yourselves.
I'm guessing the guy that wrote this one, allegedly Moses (as if!), either didn't remember that he also wrote the following verses just one chapter before--actually, I think someone else wrote the Babel story and didn't bother checking, or wasn't acquainted with what we now know as chapter 10:

Monday, 7 September 2015

Architect: An Arch Linux Installer

Many moons ago, I wrote about an Arch Installer named Evo/Lution AIS,  using the command line as well as the Openbox graphical desktop in order to install a "vanilla" Arch. As far as I know, this installer was Jeff Story's baby, but also developed by Carl Duff, a former Manjaro dev. Manjaro is a distro I have worked with for about a year and I really enjoy installing it and using it.

Just a couple of day ago, I came across a new Arch installer called "Architect". This one is Carl Duff's baby. You can find out more about on Google Plus (G+). Carl has removed the graphical parts of the installer to make it a 100% comman line installer.