Isegoria: If you want to experience Star Wars with bad sound effects, now you can.
Isegoria: I am deeply ashamed that I did not immediately get the Conan reference.
Grasspunk: Two snakes facing each other, but they are one.
Scipio Americanus: Those are rather fantastical, and the diversity of styles is very impressive. The fourth down looks almost Art Deco.
Toddy Cat: Agreed. Keep the garbage out of the house, and the kids won’t have a chance to play in it.
Toddy Cat: “should say, however, that guns generally cause more problems than they’re worth. As an attorney, you don’t see that many good cases, and you see lots of bad ones” Of course, as an attorney, this guy only sees the bad cases. Someone who frightens off an attacker without firing a shot, which is what almost always happens, never ends up in the court system, and this joker never sees it. Also, stay the Hell out of California…
Slovenian Guest: You should do a follow up post on Projekt-26 and or Operation Gladio. Those were stay-behind anti-communist paramilitary networks. Oddly enough never mentioned on your blog…
Slovenian Guest: And now: Insurgents hold journalist captive. The guy from the VICE Crimea videos…
Buckethead: I’ve seen that threshold at work at a startup I worked at. Three vicious (in a polite, tech-corporate way) people in positions of authority in a company of less than 20 was more than enough to destroy all cooperation, trust, and faith in the future.
Grasspunk: This reminds me of La Place de la Concorde Suisse written by the amazing John McPhee. I once worked with a Swiss and talked with him about this book. He said the Swiss had lost track of some of their secret sites over time (there were so many), but when the Soviet Union broke up documents were released that showed the Swiss where all their missing sites were. No idea if it was true but it was plausible enough to make me laugh.