Wednesday, September 18, 2019


Purdue Pharma declared bankruptcy yesterday.Thousands of law suits forced a legal cease fire to count assets and the liabilities.Doesn't Purdue Pharma's OxyContin which is the drug that has been abused by thousands and "caused" the opioid crisis in America a prescription-required substance? In other words , doesn't a doctor have to write a prescription for the "victim" to purchase the pain killer? If so, why weren't doctors sued for enabling the victims to receive their fix so-to-speak and get addicted? I guess there's less money in suing individual doctors I would think. Purdue is a one stop drive buy shake down and settlement.I want to know how Purdue would be viewed if it denied OxyContin to certain victims and they in turn contacted an attorney for help in securing pain relief? How would an attorney respond to a plea for help in dealing with pain? This is a trial run ,pun intended, of how a law suit against gun manufacturers would go if we didn't have the second amendment.Shakespeare in Hamlet had one of his actors say "First thing we do is get rid of all the attorneys".

Friday, September 13, 2019


New born babies cry.Hint of things to come?People who were born yesterday, speaking of their mental abilities, usually become misanthropes before noon of the next day.I believe it's about population. There is an inverse relationship between the number of too many people crowded into areas and the pleasure of their company.How many humans should be optimum to mitigate that inverse relationship? The classic ages of humans was roughly a time line starting with the Egyptians in 3000 B.C. through the Babylonians and Chinese and on to the Assyrians and Persians and then the Greeks and then the Romans. I'm sure there are others who are noteworthy but I'm more interested in what the approximate collective population of those societies were. According to Wikipedia the worlds inhabitants totaled about 250 -500 million in those eras.Fast forward to the early 1970's when our numbers were approximately 3.7 billion. At that level of occupancy we noticed a collapse in fish stocks in the wild and the extinctions of flora and fauna in inhabited areas. Safely said that the animals that we kill and eat and the resources that we humans despoil for our frivolous utility have better pedigrees and are more rare than the humans that consume them.Now we are looking at 8 billion fun-seeking and hungry humans who all want. That want can't be satiated without rendering what we see everyday becoming unrecognizable soon.Forget the prophets and the good books ? They still have wisdom. But on a day to day basis misanthropy will be more helpful in designing a future.What part will gadgets play? I think less gadgets and more personal value added will make some indispensable and large swaths of others redundant. Gadgets have degraded natural selection and prolonged stagnation in individual thinking. And what about the others ? Let them fix their own problems.

Monday, September 09, 2019


The House passed The Equality Act on May 17,2019 surpasses the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in applications particularly in sexual issues. The full stocking for the LGBTQ and counting parses sexual actuality and imagined into new verboten directives. In short don't any of us try to limit the possible fantasies of the largely confused LGBTQ and largely diseased members therein.Disease include virus and mental disorders.If they say sex is at it's essence is largely a self proclaimed fact dare no one to challenge chameleon possibly daily events.I'm concerned about generational outcomes. Suppose progressive freaks totally wipe out sex and race in any discriminatory way. For instance, if a women wants fertility help she must accept multi-sourced sperm to get government assistance and birth certificate will not mention child's sex?