Source: United Nations Women’s Guild By Dorothy Roigt There shall be peace on earth, but not until All children daily eat their fill, go warmly against the winter wind And learn their lessons with a tranquil mind. And thus released from hunger fear and… Continue reading Children’s Creed
The U.S. Army JFK Special Warfare Center and School has released a video called “Knowledge Wins Episode 4 – Great Power Competition – Part 1” The video starts by asking for a definition of competition, and the answer is…open. There are many different a… Continue reading “Knowledge Wins”
By Abdukhebir Qadir Erkan Source: Uighur Poets on Repression and Exile Building his dwelling in the winds, gifting the grubs the sun of his skies, he left for the roads that run dark among letters. Thirsting for seas that flow from night drops, living … Continue reading Death of the Dust Seeker
Spoiler Alert: Hungarians allegedly threw this enigma machine into a pig sty near the Czech/Polish border. Literally sloppy.
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Yes, they certainly embraced racism. It’s been a problem for story-tellers. Back in 2011 the BBC reported that the name of the Dam Buster’s mascot, a black Labrador named the N-word, would be changed in a movie produced by Peter Jackson: &#… Continue reading Were the WWII Dam Busters Racist?
There haven’t been updates in a while, so Яolcats’ English Translations of Eastern Bloc Lolcats are now classics: -The air is crisp, like fresh spring leaves. -Do you know the time in Zurich? -It is you! no one believed you would surv… Continue reading Poetry by Яolcats
Despite my best efforts to stop the practice of using such a phrase, I find people sometimes still say cloud computing is all about “cows not pets”. What they mean to say is in the harsh world of cloud you shoot the vulnerable instead of ca… Continue reading Murder Your Darlings
Years ago I won the TSA competition for security slogans. I’m not proud, especially because I didn’t enter it and nobody told me my slogan had won until an external investigator pointed out that someone borrowed it from my 2006 blog post an… Continue reading COVID19 Security Slogans
All the talk lately I hear in America about a necessity of calling a virus by Asian origins to play racist blame games instead of saying COVID-19 or even 2020 pandemic (both obviously superior choices) has started to remind me of the 1960s CIA “t… Continue reading Kipling on COVID-19 in America: “You Can Not Hustle the East”
A poem written in 1890 by Winston Churchill Oh how shall I its deeds recount Or measure the untold amount Of ills that it has done? From China’s bright celestial land E’en to Arabia’s thirsty sand It journeyed with the sun. O’er… Continue reading The Influenza, 1890