Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Myth of the Oppressed Japanese Women

David Thomas, in Not Guilty — In Defence of the Modern Man, dispels the myth of the oppressed Japanese Women. Not Guilty …although [British] men have marginally more influence in six out of the eleven categories, in none of them do they have the dominance enjoyed by women in their most influential areas.  The overall average works out at a marginal advantage for the female partner by 51 to 49.  It is also worth noting that the two strongest areas  for men – motor and health insurance – have to be considered in the  light of the fact that, for white-collar workers at least, both may well be  included as part of … Continue reading

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Irrational problem solving or rationality, the difference is?

Irrational problem solving is in, rational problem solving is out.  What is the difference?  The main objective is to make the victims of miscarriage of justice feel better — justified or not, right?  First there was Omar Khadr, except that — believe it or not — he wasn’t the first.  Now that there have been five precedents for about $10 million each, things should be rolling right along.  How many more cases like this are coming down the pipe? Summation of the article The CBC article states that three Muslim-Canadians were arrested in Syria and tortured: 1.) Abdullah Almalki, a Syrian-born graduate in electrical engineering from Ottawa’s Carleton University with a successful … Continue reading

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Sheep People Comparisons – Are people sheeple?

It was in 1997 when I first wrote this commentary.  I updated it today, but not too many changes needed to be made.  It concerns sheep people comparisons, something that many people often make.  Some do it so much that they refer to people and their  allegedly sheep-like behaviour as sheeple.  Is that fair to sheep or people?  I thought about it, and here are the results of that. Many years ago I obtained my first e-mail address.  I made it sheep_@telusplanet.net.  That address is now defunct, as eventually it became so well-known by spammers that a vast and overwhelming  majority of the mail I received was spam, and much … Continue reading

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Ashley Murrell found dead husband

Ashley Murrell found dead husband, after banishing him to sofa, but it has now emerged that she is in a relationship with his brother, Chris. Husband died in his sleep after being banished to the sofa A heartbroken mum has urged families to never go to bed without solving an argument after her husband died in his sleep. Ashley Murrell said she has been left feeling guilty because she rowed with Mikey Murrell before banishing him to the sofa – where she discovered his body in the morning. When Mikey, 36, came home from his job as a carpet cleaner after a 16-hour shift on May 16, his worried wife said … Continue reading

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Renewable energy neither practical nor viable

Energy generation from renewable energy sources is simply not economical, compared to conventional sources of energy feeding into the transmission grid, but it can be and is an excellent source of tax revenue and more yet in secondary taxes.  It cannot produce a good return on investment and requires subsidies to cover the losses it incurs.  People are being frustrated by the relentless push for energy generation from renewable energy sources.  More and more it becomes apparent that renewable energy generation for nothing other than to replace generation of energy from conventional sources cannot be made to pay for itself.  Nevertheless, renewable energy drives up electric energy rates, the more … Continue reading

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Blog-post via e-mail when away from home

I just had to try this out, so that I know whether I will be able to stay in touch with dads&things, doing a blog-post via e-mail when I am away from home and have only the cellphone to work with. If making a blog post by e-mail works, then you have read this, and that would simply be fantastic! (Thanks to WordPress, I should add.) You have a nice day. 😊 –Walter

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SEO important web page ranking experiences

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is important SEO is important for anyone who runs a website or a blog.  Blogs are websites, too. Read this commentary, and decide if you should worry about SEO. Believe it or not, I set out to make this a short article, but that was difficult.  It relates to a complex issue: How to influence people, many people, through using the Internet.  It also relates to some things that make it difficult to achieve that.  I dropped the fleeting thought of keeping it short.  By the way, SEO is a misnomer. It is not the optimizing of search engines but the optimizing of web pages, so … Continue reading

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dads&things now smartphone-friendly

I did what needed to be done to make dads&things smartphone-friendly.  It was not the most important thing on my mind, for far too long.  It should have been long ago. dads&things is now smartphone friendly. Enjoy! One of the many things that causes a search-engine provider like Google to give a website or a web page a low rank is if web pages are not smartphone-friendly.  Google themselves told me that, when I contacted them to find out why the traffic volume to my website had dropped of by one-third, overnight.  There is a good solution for that now. I must work on it for a while to make it … Continue reading

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