If All You See…

…is coffee which will soon be too expensive to purchase unless you’re uber-rich, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Real Climate Science, with a post on cameras being raaaaacist.

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12 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    Sons of their fathers.

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  2. Dana says:

    At roughly 50¢ a cup at my house, coffee isn’t too expensive for us to purchase yet, and we still see millions of people spending $2.25 for a medium coffee — not the specialty stuff — a day at Starbucks.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Another Karen queefs out the same old question about Israelis killing all the babies and receives a simple and succinct answer.

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  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    The NYT article did not call cameras raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacist or even racist.

    Why the proven liar Tony Heller (aka Steven Goddard) copied this article over to his disinformation blog, Real Climate Science is a puzzlement. Perhaps there are too few lies to tell about global warming.

    They merely pointed out how difficult it is to obtain the proper photographic exposures of Black skin.

    The New York Times article was titled: The Racial Bias Built Into Photography

    We honkies of the dominant culture don’t understand or consider problems faced by others. It’s got a name. Privilege.

    Researchers such as Joy Buolamwini of the MIT Media Lab have been advocating to correct the algorithmic bias that exists in digital imaging technology. You see it whenever dark skin is invisible to facial recognition software. The same technology that misrecognizes individuals is also used in services for loan decisions and job interview searches. Yet, algorithmic bias is the end stage of a longstanding problem. Award-winning cinematographer Bradford Young, who has worked with pioneering director Ava DuVernay and others, has created new techniques for lighting subjects during the process of filming. Ava Berkofsky has offered her tricks for lighting the actors on the HBO series Insecure — including tricks with moisturizer (reflective is best since dark skin can absorb more light than fair skin).

  5. drowningpuppies says:

    Surprise! The Gaza “Relief” Pier That Everyone Said Would Just Be Looted by Hamas Thugs Has Been Unexpectedly Looted by Hamas Thugs
    National Security Advisor: Biden Wants to Condemn Israel But Is Thwarted by a “Powerful Jewish Influence”

    —Disinformation Expert Ace

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    America’s Greatest Statesman…

    Big Donnie posted a video on Truth Social proclaiming “What happens after Donald Trump Wins”

    Economy Booms!
    Border is Closed!
    Creation of a Unified Reich!
    15 Million Illegals Deported!


    Wait! What?

    What the fuck is “Creation of a Unified Reich”?

    To Big Donnie‘s credit he took the post down later.

    I bet if he hadn’t tried to overturn the election he wouldn’t be so distracted.

    Has he commented yet on President Raisi’s “accident”?

  7. Professor Hale says:

    …is coffee which will soon be too expensive to purchase unless you’re uber-rich

    [updates stockpile list]

  8. drowningpuppies says:

    “It’s a black thing.”
    –Fat Fani’s Daddy


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  9. drowningpuppies says:


    A New Jersey gym owner who defied the Garden State’s COVID-19 restrictions was cleared of more than 80 charges relating to a series of pandemic-era confrontations with police — and he celebrated by posting on social media that the governor could “suck his d–k.”


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  10. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    During an interview with KDKA (Pittsburgh) News, Trump was asked, “Do you support any restrictions on a person’s right to contraception?”

    “We’re looking at that and I’m going to have a policy on that very shortly,” Trump responded, according to a video of the interview that was briefly posted online before it was supposed to air, then taken down.

    The presumptive Republican presidential nominee was pressed in a follow-up question if that meant he may want to support some restrictions on contraception.

    “Things really do have a lot to do with the states, and some states are going to have different policy than others,” Trump responded, before repeating that he would be releasing “a very comprehensive policy” on the issue.

    “We’re looking at that, and I’m going to have a policy on that very shortly and I think it’s something that you’ll find interesting,” Trump told KDKA political analyst Jon Delano when asked if he supported any restrictions on a person’s right to contraception

    Trump added in the interview, “you will find it very smart. I think it’s a smart decision.”

    Mr Trump has started to use “states’ rights” as a crutch. He off-loaded his abortion problem this way (Trump ended the “right” to an abortion). Now he has generated his own contraception problem! After all, our Constitution does not address contraception.

    Of course the Trump campaign will not release a “contraception plan”, it’s just classic Trump BS. His campaign will have to clean up this mess. If elected, does The Donald intend to order his Supreme Court to reexamine Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) and Eisenstadt v. Baird (1972)?

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