Category Archives: Safe TEA First

A chronicle of the the ruin brought to the “inalienable” rights, liberty and lives of the people affected by “unintended consequences” (and uncared about casualties) of the reign of the safety nazis.

Don’t freak out about Freak Out

The KMG Fire Ball (a.k.a. Afterburner) had a catastrophic breakdown at the opening day of the Ohio State Fair. The simple answer to “What happened?” is: a sweep arm (or something in the junction between the seats and the sweep … Continue reading

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Five theories, five directions to point fingers

In November—at least around the Great Lakes, when the gales usually come—the radio plays a song by a certain Canadian balladeer that’s rarely heard the rest of the year. I grew up with the song, and yet, it’s only an … Continue reading

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The Menagerie, the Cage

I just happened across the Star Trek episode “The Menagerie” the other day. That’s the one where they recycled the original Star Trek pilot into a scenario where Spock actually mutinies in order to get his former captain, Christopher Pike, … Continue reading

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More evidence the government is ignoring: pasteruization and Alzheimer’s

I came across this little tidbit in one of the political magazines I subscribe to (Newsmax, if you really want to know): “AGEs are naturally present in small amounts in the human body, said senior researcher Dr. Helen Vlassara, of … Continue reading

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“For pain and suffering. . .”

( Lt. John Pike of the UC) ” was just awarded $38,000 in workers’ compensation by the state university for the pain and suffering that he endured as a result of the experience. . . ” (http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2013/10/24/pepper-spraying-occupy-cop-awarded-38-000-for-psychiatric-inju/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl3%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D396142) Not a terribly unique … Continue reading

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