Dec 17, 2010
commented on Back to Basics—and Sick Bass
man. really miss oscillate. some great electronic music in those days... lusine, son of rose, devine, electrosect, luomo, foscil, proem tilliander, abstract... i effing miss struggling on wednesday mornings!
lately, the electronic scene... meh. not so much.
Nov 7, 2010
commented on The Morning News
for the cost of the fence, you could staff actual humans on both sides of the fence, round the clock, to talk to people attempting suicide for about 35 years.
which do you think would have a bigger impact - a physical barrier that will make people utilize some other method to commit suicide (e.g. jumping in front of a bus doing 50 on aurora), or a compassionate social worker?
Oct 31, 2010
commented on Vote to Approve R-52: Win, Win, Win!
if you are really interested in making healthy and extremely energy efficient schools, please push for passive house standards to be implemented.
otherwise, there's no point and it's a ginormous waste of time and money.
Oct 31, 2010
commented on Vote No on R-52: Builders Will Profit, Not Schools
someone's really bad at math. the cost of electricity will definitely rise considerably in the next 20 years, so if the wilkinson coutny school district spent $760,000 they will definitely see a return on that investment long before 30 years.
also, 'builders' fund the republican party - anyone else find it ironic that a republican lackey would come out against giving builders more money and jobs? i smell fish.
push all schools and public buildings to meet passive house standards, then watch air quality, energy bills improve significantly. you'd think that's something even an idiot could understand...
Oct 28, 2010
commented on WTF, SPD?
you could always just say it looks like someone has a 3" blade, and watch the cops come firing from all directions.
why the hell should anyone back the SPOG? they want their cops who commit crimes to get off scot-free. when SPOG stops being a bunch of f*cktards, maybe they'll be worth backing.