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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "Martin Luther King, Jr. said it best in 1965 when he was asked about the Vietnam War. [mocking] “Aren’t you being un-American by questioning our involvement in the Vietnam War? This is a powerful nation. We’ve got to get involved in the world’s affairs.”" Check out today’s transcript for the rest…. Begin Mike Church Show Transcript Mike: “How Lenin Beat Reagan.” Now, this is a story about where did the ….Continue
Note bene: This essay was first published here on Jul 6, 2012. Mandeville, LA - My precious, innocent baby girl Reagan (she is 15) quoted Salvador Dahli to me today and then showed me an image form one of his works. Far from being "cool" I told her, Dahli was a pervert and a disgusting human being. I recalled I once read a piece of an essay prepared by george Orwell on Salvador Dali-posted in the early 90's @Brad Birzer's Hillsdale College (in….Continue
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – It’s really what is at the heart of and the core of what Orwell was warning about in 1984. This is what Orwell was also trying to drive the point across when he wrote Animal Farm. This is what Bradbury was getting at in Fahrenheit 451 and others. It’s what Philip K. Dick is getting at in many of his sci-fi novels and sci-fi short stories about the future, looking at it to where man is not man any longer. Man is a functionary ….Continue
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – If you stack 62 billion -- we’re talking stacking, laying them one on top of another, not end to end, stacking them. If you stack 62 billion iPhone 5’s, you would create a tower that is long enough to reach the moon and then part of the way back. You would need a little bit less than two zettabytes in iPhone 5’s to go all the way to the moon and back. This is how much data the NSA claims that th….Continue
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What Dryden said was this, "Great wits are oft to madness near allied"; and that is true. It is the pure promptitude of the intellect that is in peril of a breakdown. Also people might remember of what sort of man Dryden was talking. He was not talking of any unworldly visionary like Vaughan or George Herbert. He was talking of a cynical man of the world, a sceptic, a diplomatist, a great practical politician. Such men are indeed to madness near allied. Their incessant calculation of their own brains and other people's brains is a dangerous trade. It is always perilous to the mind to reckon up the mind. A flippant person has asked why we say, "As mad as a hatter." A more flippant person might answer that a hatter is mad because he has to measure the human head. - G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy