Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Itz Coming

One of those tragic errors made by tenth generations

Again and again and again.

Pride comes before a fall.


Herman said...

styrac1 said...

Everyone's abandoning the sore loser knowing that, beneath the hysterical threats, warmongering and sabre-rattling coming from Kwanstainia, real power lies elsewhere and they better get on the good side of the new no 1 world power as soon as possible.

Bob Bobson said...

Hello, big fan of site.

Since you have a bunch of super-computers laying around do you think you could attempt a simulation that predicts doomsday?

Would you do it as a kickstarter project?

bicebicebice said...

John Dee said...

I don't know if you've already come across this yet, but here is another article to heap on the pile.

The English should be burning their "rulers" at the stake.

John Dee said...

I don't know if you've seen this yet Tex, but here is another article to throw on the rotting heap.

The English should be rioting over this.

Luke said...


If the NWO becomes reality, do you think they will implement some sort of three-tiered system such as the one you noticed in the Hammurabic code? With masters, watchers, and slaves? Or will it be merely masters and slaves.

aeolipera said...

Honestly, at this point I just pray it's quick and relatively painless.

Texas Arcane said...

@Bob Bobson

Do you mean like that story by Isaac Asimov where the machine goes off for days after asking it what they could do to avert war until it finally prints off a small answer on paper tape that says "NOTHING."

I always liked that story.

aeolipera said...

Nothing I'd know about, but I figured you and Robert Felix could make sense of it:

Eric Green said...

If a French submarine can sink a US carrier group in simulated war, imagine what the Chinese and Russians can do in the real thing:

Maybe the iPhone-mesmerized SJW millennials will save us:

Hyperinflation, confiscation, collapse, death squads:

ITZ coming, all right, and fast. But then I'm preaching to the choir here.

Bob Bobson said...

I never read that story (I have no idea which one this is), but yeah basically. =)

Imagine the eerie feeling that one would get when current events start to sync up with the simulation, maybe getting it right down to the end.

If nothing else, it could just be another one of the things you do to say I told you this would happen.