“Which presidents and political parties were responsible for America’s deadliest wars?” asks the cartographer. “Republicans, Democrats, or the Founding Fathers?” This animated view of America’s military history is from the guy who brought you the animated Imperial History of the Middle East.
It’s fascinating because it’s a fine example of political propaganda — released as it was shortly before the US mid-term Congressional elections, showing how (apparently) the Democrats have caused more death than the Republicans. Watch and learn…
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Every time I advertise for staff, I’m amazed at how few people actually read the job description before applying. My business is looking for a technical support person, and the description includes an attention-to-detail test at the bottom. So far, only one applicant out of 17 has passed that first test.
My business Prussia.Net has two jobs available right now: a half-time admin/bookkeeper and a full-time client technical support person.
Damn I’m short of sleep, but my business Prussia.Net finally has a new website! Design by my friend and colleague Zern Liew.
This guy in cosmopolitan Flint, Michigan, thinks he’s cracked the technique for building Stonehenge â€” without requiring alien intervention.
Thanks to _Signal vs Noise_ for the pointer.
Shadow foreign affairs spokesman Kevin Rudd‘s unimaginative catch-phrases are sending the wrong messages. Calling Foreign Minister Alexander Downer “hairy-chested” won’t work. And all this talk of cold showers is revealing far too much of your personal life. Here’s why…
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