June 2, 2011
by Dr Leo Strauss •
Tags: Journalism, pundits, think tanks • 7 Comments
OMG Policy !! vol. 1 made its debut this weekend. Early demos encouraging. Those who missed the launch will get other lulz ahead.
Full length Justin Bieber Keynote below . . .
Jun 07, 2011 @ 14:14:44
I’ve probably watched “Brazil” a dozen or so times, although the last viewing was a few years ago. It’s definitely one of my favorite movies in any genre.
But thinking about that movie, Gilliam got quite a few things right about the future. Burdensome bureaucracy: check. Police/totalitarian/counterintelligence state: check. Run to some degree by people who are clueless, inept, and bumbling: check. A war against “terrorists”: check. The use of torture to fight said “war”: check. Malfunctioning infrastructure: check. The only thing he missed (and of course can be forgiven for since the movie wasn’t necessarily about the US) was the rise of white “christian” nationalism.
Jun 06, 2011 @ 11:33:43
We’re glad to see the Ministry’s continuing its tradition of recruiting the brightest and best, sir.
Jun 05, 2011 @ 23:41:28
¡Muchas gracias, Dr Strauss! Well….I’m a bit of a stickler for paper work. I mean, where would we be if we didn’t stick to the correct procedures?
Jun 05, 2011 @ 21:36:16
re Anna Marie Cox: U mean, Doc
Jun 04, 2011 @ 12:44:30
The full length Justin Beiber take on ¨soft power¨ was one of the funniest things I´ve read here in the bunker.
Dr Leo Strauss
Jun 04, 2011 @ 13:54:00
As you properly filled out a 27b/6 . . .
it’s up after the ‘more’
Jun 03, 2011 @ 21:08:20
Great artwork, Doc.
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