On “Testing the Weird”: Not that I believe in ’em…

…but all the above really would seem to evidence is that the first 9 items don’t “work” (don’t seem to serve those seeking to employ them) under conditions of, or in certain settings within, “modern capitalism.”  We already knew that.

H/t XKCD, via Testing The Weird – The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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  1. There is the new-age fallback position. “Weird” things don’t work when they are being used in connection with low-level energetic activities and the energy of business and military profiteering is as low-level as it gets so, of course, all those weird things don’t work in connection with them.

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