Monday, August 21, 2017

Clarify And Pacify As Ninety-Nine Red Balloons Go By



[observes Hairy while beginning recorded segment] Hairy?
 
[Hairy is chopping up a semi-rotted plastic tarp which has floated down to the lair] !@#$%^&* So much trash! How does anyone think THIS will help!? I coul--

Hairy? [sends bot forward to slowly churn / wad tarp] Your audience is changing. There is net activity denoting first-time readers attempting to understand your views. Can you spare a bit of time to define your views upon Trump?

Umm. No. Not really. He's not worth worrying about. [turning on chemical analyzer]

Your viewers are curious. Perhaps overlapping issues?
 
All right. [sees readout, rolls three eyes] Ask a few timely questions.

How do you expect the Russian collusion investigation to resolve?
 
That's really not much of an issue. Most U.S. Presidents don't actually get punished for any particular crime. --I mean really--over forty powerful men that have at some point lied or broken promises to America? Men that were of a psyche that allowed them to pursue the most powerful job in the free world?

You mean you don't think they should be allowed to rule, or you don't think they should go unpunished?

I mean they were all a little twisted. That's a system flaw.

So it may not be worth spending the time to punish them or even to figure out their exact crimes?
 
Well, maybe not! I think it's more important to figure out why Putin prefers him in office so that America can prevent one of its greatest adversaries from getting something or several somethings that America would be better off with them not getting.

Maddow suggested it was international oil development.
 
Use the template of an undetermined goal set as a variable.

And the controversy over handling the removal of Confederate statues? [neuralink burst]
 
What? Oh. Well, statues of General Lee belong in museums about the American Civil War, whether they belong in public squares or not. I think the blunder was not just saying "Let's go preserve this over HERE." People didn't need to be upset. No one got upset about America owning swastikas. America owns quite a few of them. They belong in the Holocaust Museum, and no one questions that.

And your stance on the violence related to it?
 
Mental health professionals DO have their work cut out for them.

You are referring to racism as a mental problem?
 
Hate is always a mental problem. The one kid who rammed his car into the crowd has documented mental health problems. Not everyone will have a diagnosis to prove it, but hatred, as well as needless violence, is always sick.

You would classify ISIL as a mental health issue?
 
ISIL is a lot like that one I read about, the Munchausen By Proxy thing. People moved to hatred or delusion or even violence by other people. Some people shouldn't be allowed to run a hairdryer, much less influence other peoples' care or beliefs.

You already recently addressed your views on North Korea.
 
I did, yes. Luckily the 'might' of North Korea isn't nearly the problem of dealing with the other political entities after whatever happens with them. [successfully melts a unit of plastic into environmentally safe components] Hey! It's working!

You have stopped referring to some of the political entities as 'countries.'
 
By some peoples' definitions, you can't have a country that doesn't recognize human rights violations. That IS a feudal state, or a political entity, at least. We done here?

That is enough to post for clarification. [stop recording, upload, disconnect--

Saturday, August 12, 2017

ESTIMATED: TWO SCIENTISTS BEING COERCED OR TORTURED IN NORTH KOREA


[summoning medbot as Hairy has appeared in the lair at 1:14 EST, but visually incorrect, neuralink eval underway] Hairy? You have returned off schedule.

I saw it, Shelob. I got a glimpse of home. Right before I was yanked approximately North-North-East at a speed of 378 ygs.

By those figures, the eclipse caused your launch failure with an orthogonal force.
 
Doh! I didn't figure in the eclipse. Orthogonal? Yep. Yeesh. Full magnetic effect. That's why my blood heated up so uncomfortably and my tentacles swapped around. My biggest red one was on the other side when I left.

[medbot stands down]

--Why is the lair on radiation protocol?

[neuralink burst, as Hairy is indeed Hairy, of recent nuclear program progress of N. Korea]
 
Ouch. Well, the good news is that out of seventy warheads, it's likely that one or none will strike the mainland.

And the other news?
 
The bad news is that there are a lot of techniques they could use such as 'dirtier' equipment and 'doomsday' tactics. Kimmy-boy is crazy enough not to understand that he will wind up causing his own regime more destruction with his bombs aimed outwards than America is necessarily going to retaliate with. He likely has no idea about most of the more complicated 'aftermath' factors . . .

--Dear Holy Grimminitz!

You have thought of something. 
 
His nuclear scientists must be living a hellish life.

Because?
 
Because, why else except under torture or horrible coercion would anyone give a loaded gun to a maniac?

That is a metaphor?
 
Yes! Metaphor. This might be a very worthy cause . . . blog about this?

Agreed. [disconnect, as initial calculations underway, upload record--]

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

HDS' Suggestion Has Merit, Hairy Is Still Unavailable



By blog instruction #1, "I'll do it; don't worry about it," blog is untended.
By blog instruction #3194a, "Go ahead if you find a good, positive topic," entry possible today.

Congratulations and compliments go out to H. Doyle Smith, of P.O. Box 81, Dalton OH 44618, for endorsing, announcing, publishing, and otherwise suggesting a monopoly legislation tweak worthy of an advanced intellect and constructive toward the United States. Leaders should examine his and related possibilities for the correct next step forward.