When it comes to cryptocurrency and the blockchain, I am very hopeful. I see it is a very transformative technology, that currently is going through some growing pains right now. South Korea, is cracking down on exchanges, and they are talking about banning cryptotrading outright in their country. This news is having an effect on the price of several of my favorite currencies.
Right now, the country is treating cryptocurrencies like they are illicit drugs. Which to me is absolutely insane. Cryptocurrency exchanges are being raided by police in Seoul. Bitcoin in Korea apparently is what the crack epidemic was to the U.S.A. in the 1980s. Let’s unjustly brutalize people for the sake of doing something perceived as wrong. Continue reading “Crackdown on Cryptocurrency is a bad idea”
There is a lot that is wrong with both the Republican and Democratic parties. Both appear to be serpents eating their own tails, but the Republicans in my mind are winning that competition. They appear to not only be the more morally heinous party at this point, but they also are the dominating party at the moment. This invites all sorts of problems as well.
As much as I hate certain groups on the left with their constant virtue signaling, I think they probably for the most part have their hearts in the right place. Their misguided fools, but they generally want the best for people – I hope.
With the respect to parties, as an American, I wish we had more options or they simply didn’t exist. Continue reading “America’s Best President Endorses a Really Cool Guy for Senator”
The president is crazy, there I said it, for awhile I thought that when people said this that maybe it was a bit of hyperbole. Yeah, he seems nuts, but is he crazy? I don’t know, but let’s just say I don’t think he is doing a good job. Now, well fuck, there might be something to that shit. Even if he isn’t crazy he is certainly a terrifying individual.
I’m playing catch up this week with American politics. I took a trip to Europe, and aside from the events that happened in Las Vegas, I am/was completely in the dark. M.I.A. it was nice, but coming home has been sort of terrifying. Especially, as I read about some of the shit going on. Continue reading “Trump Threatens the Fourth Estate”
So I wasn’t expecting to write a follow up to today’s post, but a friend of mine basically dismantled my whole premise with a single tweet. He also alerted me to a bit of news that I was unaware of. Hillary Clinton is coming out with a book about why she lost.
Awesome. Continue reading “Why are Trump supporters still after Clinton? Part 2”
I’m starting to notice a trend on my social media, mainly, that the people who clearly voted for Trump can’t seem to stop attacking Hillary Clinton.
Honestly, I find this sort of behavior bizarre. I can’t say that this is the case for all the people I know who voted for him, but there are several that wave the Trump flag pretty high who do. I certainly didn’t think Clinton was a good candidate, I thought she was incredibly corrupt, and was proven so by the e-mail leaks. Continue reading “Why are Trump supporters still after Clinton?”
Back from vacation and catching up on the news. Seems as if there was quite a bit that I missed. North Korea launching nukes, Antifa going ape shit again and destroying stuff, and well there is the hurricane happening in Texas.
The Texas thing as of right now seems to be the feel good cause going around on the internet. Which you know is understandable, because only a monster would feel complete indifference towards the plight of the people living in Houston. But it is the internet so of course there are some monsters. Continue reading “Clown Car: Republicans Divided on Hurricane Harvey”
Good grief, what the hell is happening in Charlottesville, VA? I mean seriously, this is some crazy shit.
I didn’t really learn about what was happening until Saturday afternoon when I was just browsing through the Apple News app on my phone. Something about a car plowing through people and killing someone during a “Unite the Right” rally. Continue reading “The Charlottesville article”