Acute Flaccid Myelitis | Plausibly Live

You may have noticed that the last couple of days we have not had our News with Alex Ross. Alex is traveling to be with his father, ISCS Rob Ross who is retiring from the US Navy today. Senior Chief Ross joined the Navy when he was 22 and has been in it “longer than... Continue Reading →


CT – What If Oklahoma Isn’t Oklahoma Anymore? | Plausibly Live

The Congress shall have Power To …regulate Commerce…with the Indian Tribes… ARTICLE I, SECTION 8, CLAUSE 3 That’s how it always begins. Very small. A man living in Oklahoma has a girlfriend who has an ex-boyfriend who gets into it with the man. In a gruesome crime, the ex-boyfriend is murdered, his genitals left on... Continue Reading →

Who Am I? | Plausibly Live

In the broad scheme of things, we are all individuals, as different from each other as we can possibly be. And yet, we are all the same. No matter how far you go back in time, you can’t help but notice that we all came from the same place, the same beginning. In the core... Continue Reading →

First and Ninth | Plausibly Live

First Man, the new movie about Neil Armstrong and the first Apollo Moon landing, has been reviewed by the dunderheads at NBC. Needless to say, they turned one of the crowning achievements of mankind into a racist, misogynist, cisgendered attack of White Privilege. Which means that it’s a great movie and we should all go... Continue Reading →


All fingers are pointed at Saudi Arabia, who apparently sent a crew of assassins into Turkey earlier this month and murdered Turkish citizen, U.S. resident, and Washington Post columnist, Jamal Khashoggi. Of course, the Kingdom is denying it, but the U.S. is threatening sanctions if an investigation confirms it was Saudi Arabia behind the hit. Interestingly, politicians are... Continue Reading →

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