Chris Rock Hosts The Oscars 2016 | 88th Academy Awards [Conflation, Part 02]

“How come it’s only unemployed people that tell you to quit something, you know? No one with a job ever tells you to quit.”

As we discussed in “Conflation and False Societies”, Conflation occurs when the identities of two or more individuals, concepts, or places, sharing some characteristics of one another, seem to be a single identity. The differences appear to become lost.

Chris Rock almost spoke about this in the monologue he wrote for the 88th Academy Awards [Oscars] Show.

Here’s what he said:

“How come it’s only unemployed people that tell you to quit something, you know? No one with a job ever tells you to quit.” Continue reading “Chris Rock Hosts The Oscars 2016 | 88th Academy Awards [Conflation, Part 02]”

Todd Akin Singlehandedly Sinks The Republican Battleship

The Republican goal is to elect “the most Conservative Republican who can win in each Senate seat”.

Todd Akin is apparently a Republican Congressman from Missouri. I neither knew that or cared about that before today, and I still don’t care. Continue reading “Todd Akin Singlehandedly Sinks The Republican Battleship”

2012 Iowa Caucus Results

Here are the reported Iowa Caucus results:

Romney: 30,015 votes (25%)
Santorum: 30,007 votes (25%)
Paul: 26,219 votes (21%)
Gingrich: 16,251 votes (13%)
Perry: 12,604 votes (10%)
Bachmann: 6,073 votes (05%)
Huntsman: 745 votes (01%)
Cain: 58 votes (I heard a Fox News broadcaster mention this, but haven’t seen it in a chart)

Here are the reported Iowa Caucus results:

Romney: 30,015 votes (25%)
Santorum: 30,007 votes (25%)
Paul: 26,219 votes (21%)
Gingrich: 16,251 votes (13%)
Perry: 12,604 votes (10%)
Bachmann: 6,073 votes (05%)
Huntsman: 745 votes (01%)
Cain: 58 votes (I heard a Fox News broadcaster mention this, but haven’t seen it in a chart)

What Had Happened Was…

I had predicted Paul, Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Perry, Bachmann, Huntsman, Cain, so the top 4 got jumbled and the bottom four were correct.

Cain was going to be last, because he’s out of the race now, but he had qualified for Iowa before he dropped out. Continue reading “2012 Iowa Caucus Results”