Bruce Schneier is, as always, right. People really are fairly predictable. They will almost always act to maximize their incentives. We have a word for the ones that don’t– crazy.
Archive for February, 2009
Governor Jindall (R-LA) gave last night’s Republican rebuttal to President Obama’s speech.
Wow. I kept getting the feeling he was offering me candy and wanted me to get in his car to help him find his lost dog.
For the guy’s who sided with the RIAA and champion free markets, Republicans sure don’t like to pay for music. Maybe they think free market means they can take what they want for free. I’m not sure.
And in case you think this is an anomaly or isolated case, it’s not.
I’ve been struggling along with a back injury I got at work in November. Of my two lowest discs, one is bulging and the other is pretty much herniated. I also damaged my left wrist and right elbow and am weaker in my arms than usual (though the pain isn’t as constant or intense as [...]
Bluff Magazine has an online version which I frequent, partly because of Doyle Brunson’s blog which features his “Doylism of the Day”.
Today’s was “Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.”
He’s right. Seems like it is lasting forever for me, at least.
I mentioned a few months ago how I was determined to one day become a profitable player on Sharkscope.
I am tickled to announce that today is that day.
UPDATE: If you see this post more than one day old, you may be confused. I didn’t keep my winning ways, so I am now slightly in the [...]