Gärningspersoner 2.0

”Vi ger en värdig plats åt alla våldsamma män som genom historien suddats ut och vi vill framställa dem på ett annat sätt än som psykiskt rabiata monster. I vår värld är en man som styckat sin kvinna inget annat än en beundransvärd och admirabel man. Att hantera sina känslor genom yttre våld är ett sunt beteende och något alla män bör anamma. Ju förr desto bättre.”

Gissa vilka ord jag bytt plats på i ovanstående citat från Ticksters sajt om Gärningskvinnor 2.0. Ibland är det sunt att vända på steken för att visa hur illa det låter när det felaktiga kollektiv tänkandet sluggar vilt.

Eller så misslyckades de bara med ironin. 

Stulen koppar

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Förra sommaren var det någon som smög sig in i grovsoprummet och stal lite koppar från datormonitorn jag kastade bort.

Med nuvarande kopparpriser går det nog att med en hel del arbete tjäna sig en liten liten slant på så vis. Men det är antagligen en av de sämsta karriärer man kan ha, fullt i paritet med att vara politiker för SD, MP eller kommunisterna. 🙂

Vänstern är paradoxalt nog emot politikermakt

Jag läste i NEO häromveckan att vänsterpartisterna är näst mest negativa till politikermakt. Det var till och med vanliga bland sossar än bland alliansens väljare att tycka att politikermakten i Sverige är för stor. Till viss del spelar det in att vänsterpartajet ligger i opposition, så fort de får makten blir de säkert mer positiva till politikermakt.

Det är ändå väldigt ironiskt att såssar och kommunister tycker politikermakten är för stor när de röstar på partier som per definition ökar politikermakten.

Höjd skatt –> mer kapital fördelar av offentlig sektor –> politiker styr offentliga sektorns ekonomiska fördelning och politikerna får därmed mer makt.

Det är ju därför som vänsterns väljare alltid borde gilla politikermakt, det är ju den politik de röstar på. Men som vanligt fattar väl folk på vänsterkanten inte riktigt hur samhället funkar.

Lästips: ”killar kan inte runka”

Här är den lilla historien om hur en sökning på Google i form av en lång kodsträng (se skärmdump nedan) under en tid resulterade i en SERP, sökresultatsida, med sökresultatet:

”killar kan inte runka”

googlerunkaNumera är sökresultatet borta. Märkligt Google, märkligt.

Och varför skulle inte killar kunna spela fickpingis, förresten?

Nokias friskrivningsklausul

Nokia har en helt vansinnigt lång disclaimer om forward looking statements. Fullt i klass med Handelsbankens friskrivningsklausul. Läs inte:

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