Monthly Archives: May 2020

Zoom Sucks

A few months ago, I paid $120 for a year of Zoom. When the app stopped working with my Streamlabs OBS, I sent in a customer service request. It took almost five weeks for anyone to get back to me. … Continue reading

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Before I Forget By Geoffrey Blainey

Here are some highlights from this 2019 memoir by the great Australian historian: * When I was old enough to read the handwritten labels on the jam, I realised, to my amazement, the existence of adults who could not spell. … Continue reading

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NYT: White Woman Calls Police on Black Bird Watcher in Central Park

I side with the black gentleman in this story. Whites often treat dogs as members of the family. This is absurd. I notice that many white women do not like to obey leash laws. I’ve seen this ugly behavior too … Continue reading

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Facebook & Google Ban Unz.com

Ron Unz writes: After several months of record-breaking traffic our alternative media webzine suffered a sharp blow when it was suddenly purged by Facebook at the end of April. Not only was our rudimentary Facebook page eliminated, but all subsequent … Continue reading

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Who Killed Channel 9?: The Death of Kerry Packer’s Mighty TV Dream Machine

Here are some highlights from this 2008 book about Australia’s formerly dominant TV network: * The Golden Age of Australian television. You could say it began the first moment viewers spotted the rich yellow hue glinting in their TV screens. … Continue reading

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