Good or Bad for the Jews

"Good or Bad for the Jews"

Many years ago, and for many years, I would travel to Morocco to visit uncles, cousins, and my paternal grandmother. Some lived in Tangiers;...

Friday, December 28, 2018

Now I know why Santa did not come down our chimney . . .

                                            Talk about the predator's stare!


  1. What a great pair of dogs! The one in the foreground looks very pensive...

  2. "We're gonna have Rudolph for dinner TONIGHT!"

    - reader #1482

    1. I think we got Donner and Blitzen. Oops! No! Silly me! I really ought to be able to tell that we got Odocoileus rather than Ragnifer.

  3. Wow. Intimidating to say the least. But I think Santa has a plan just in case.

  4. That is the look of, "You're the one who feeds, why are you not feeding?".

  5. That's, "we heard the cheese wrapper!" if I've ever seen it!

  6. Probably keep the post man at bay

  7. Pointy ears scary, floppy ears, not so much.

  8. Refrigerator lights - the silent dog whistles heard around the world.

  9. Indian medical student kicked out of college by racist white professors for questioning their SJW beliefs

    Kieran Ravi Bhattacharya was a medical student at the University of Virginia and he has been kicked out after having questioned his white college professor's SJW beliefs.

    Here is the audio of the lecture where he questioned his professor's SJW beliefs:

    He speaks from 28:45 to 34:00

    Here is the audio of the suspension hearing:

    Here is a picture of the people who were at the suspension hearing:

    Notice how 14 out of the 16 people at that suspension hearing are white people. If this is not an act of racism against a sincere indian medical student, then I don't know what is. Look at their smug arrogant faces as they kick him out for DARING to question their SJW beliefs.

    His twitter handle is kieranravib if you want to ask him questions or set up an interview with him

    1. Being litigious is neither aggressive, intimidating nor unprofessional and behavior in a university setting is not indicative of bedside manner.
      I listened to the hearing with the expectation that eventually it would come out that the guy was failing in classes, but one of the board members came straight out and said that it was his disagreement with the microaggressions talk that created the problem.
      This pretty clearly exemplifies how universities are now run.

      It *was* okay to have differences of opinion on college campuses. But back then, they were institutions of high learning. They now fill the role of national socialism. Instead of agreeing to disagree, the intent is to 'agree to agree'.
      I don't think the 'microaggressions talk' was super far off in terms of content, it was just the usual amplification of perceived slights and how people might avoid them. Yet the presented went back to the old clutch "us good, enlightened people" vs "those bad people".
      "Look for ways to educate those stupid people when they give you the opportunity!"

      The guy was right to call their anecdotes out. They were almost certainly all faked and unsupported.

      I think the guy should've done what he needed to do to stay in med school though. We need doctors, not parrots or drones. We lost one there, and in his place will be another drone... so we're now short two.

    2. Nonsense. The Indian student ought to avail himself of the courts. All this microaggression talk is playing thought police, and it should be quashed as a violation of the First Amendment--which protects not only US citizens, but also people legally sojourning in our midst.