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Number 772, May 25, 2014
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Eat It Every Day
by L. Neil Smith
When I get up every morning, I turn the radio on. These days it's actually my smart phone and I "Heart" Radio. I listen mostly to a guy in Denver who has weathered many a storm of political controversy and acrimony. He's also what Ayn Rand called "muscle mystic" and a total asshole (he'd be the last to deny the latter) and perhaps most disappointing, a surrender-monkey (America is doomed no matter what we try to do). So whenever I get tired and fed up with the same old stupid mantras he repeats over and over, and with his bullying of individuals who have called his show, I switch to another program I discovered about a year ago.

The Best of Crony Capitalism
by A.X. Perez
El Paso, Texas has about the highest electric rates and about the lowest electric bills in the state of Texas. This is due to our ability to get by on swamp coolers due to low humidity and a willingness to hit off switches. Conservation cuts our usage and bills. El Paso Electric keeps our per kilowatt bill high and keeps asking to raise our rates on the grounds that they are not making enough profit because we conserve. So far City Hall and the Texas Public Utility Commission have properly called bullshit on this argument and told them no.

Neale's (combined) Gun Rant for the week(s) of 5-18-14 & 5-25-14
by Neale Osborn
Before I start this rant (actually, as I finish this rant, but you'll see what I mean in a minute), I'd like to take a few moments to explain how I write these things, and why I missed last weeks, and why chronologically, Mama Liberty's SECOND contribution to this rant is at the beginning. I write these things using a certain blog-site's article writing section, then copy it, paste it, and send it off to various places for publication. Why? Because I like the format the site has. But it has one HUGE fault. The whole article stays on ONE page, so the more I write, the farther away from the Block-quote, italics, bold face, and other use-full shit I get. in addition, I start writing NEXT week's rant about 15 minutes after THIS week's goes out. So each time I write, I start it at the top of the page, to keep the toolbar closer to where I'm working. This means the LAST thing I write is the FIRST thing you see. Last week, three hours before I would normally wrap my rant up, my computer died. Soooo, I broke out my spare. It died. Thus, I had a complete rant, stored online, I couldn't access except with a computer that takes 23 minutes just to open an e-mail. And that's why you got no rant last week. I got my computer back last night, and have been typing furiously for the last 24 hours (okay, probably for 2 hours IN the last 24, but you get the drift). Ennyhoo.... That's why the links get older the closer to the bottom you get, and that's why Mama Liberty's "FIRST" contribution references "last week", yet that contribution is the "second" in this rant.

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From a while back a reminder:

Why dark chocolate is good for your heart
It might seem too good to be true, but dark chocolate is good for you and scientists now know why. Dark chocolate helps restore flexibility to arteries while also preventing white blood cells from sticking to the walls of blood vessels. Both arterial stiffness and white blood cell adhesion are known factors that play a significant role in atherosclerosis. What's more, the scientists also found that increasing the flavanol content of dark chocolate did not change this effect. This discovery was published in the March 2014 issue of The FASEB Journal.

"We provide a more complete picture of the impact of chocolate consumption in vascular health and show that increasing flavanol content has no added beneficial effect on vascular health," said Diederik Esser, Ph.D., a researcher involved in the work from the Top Institute Food and Nutrition and Wageningen University, Division of Human Nutrition in Wageningen, The Netherlands. "However, this increased flavanol content clearly affected taste and thereby the motivation to eat these chocolates. So the dark side of chocolate is a healthy one."
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I'm sure the puritans and other haters are having a fit about this. If this became common knowledge, people might actually enjoy a bit of life, which goal it is of all puritans and haters to prevent. If a person is happy, that person is almost a terrorist, or a racist, or some other kind of thought-crimer. You may be sure. You may be next!

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