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NewFish contains my commentary and random thoughts about music, counter-culture, technology, faith, wretched excess, art, questionable government, and the ultimate interconnectivity of all things.
NewFish: Providing mediocre blogging since 2005!
- A wannabe dictator never cries: Except maybe for himself
- Which Superstitions Are Based on Facts?
- The “Modern Apostles” Who Want to Steer American into the End Times
- Possible New ‘Mini-Moon’ Detected in Orbit Around Earth
- What happens when the internet vanishes?
- Escaping the Rabbit Hole: How to Debunk Conspiracy Theories Using Facts, Logic, and Respect
- Documentary About the Members of Monty Python’s Flying Circus Before It Existed
- What Makes Dogs So Special? Science Says Love
- How the United States re-branded as “America”
- Betelgeuse Ready to Explode?
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By Regina Whitmer Ralph Nader once accused auto manufacturers of making cars that were “unsafe at any speed.” Now he’s turning his attention to autonomous vehicles and urging insurers to step up to the plate. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader likes … Continue reading
Thank you Internet. Everything About This Four-Year-Old Driving And Crashing A Truck Is Perfect And Good And Hilarious British kids are cuter than American kids, FACT. But to make them truly perfect, you need to give them remote … Continue reading
Mortality, fatherhood, and a ’67 MGB. You know your dad isn’t forever, right? I remember the first time I realized he wouldn’t always be there – a sudden drop in weight thanks to a hyperactive thyroid thinned Dad out, … Continue reading
An interesting documentary about these great BMWs. I owned an ’84 E30 BMW 318i for nearly 16 years, and loved it! 5 months of work has finally come together to tell the story of the BMW E30. Many owners around … Continue reading
Artist and hotrodder Robert Williams points to the example of the Indian longrifle as one of many instances of humans’ interaction with, and need to transform, the impersonal products of the Industrial Revolution into something more relatable, more human, something … Continue reading
The Isetta set the bubble car trend in motion Bill Vance | CanWest News Service Strange little vehicles that became known as “bubble cars” came onto the European auto scene in the 1950s. They were created in response to high … Continue reading
OK. Of all the occasionally recurring dreams, the one about my ’74 Vegaranks fairly low on the excitement scale. Except, that’s not how it plays out in the dream itself. The dream is always set in present day, and it … Continue reading
Is there a business Honda’s not in? Back in 2003, Honda came up with plans for a new experimental compact business jet equipped with Honda-developed HF118 jet engines. Now, after three years of tinkering with it, they’ve now set up … Continue reading
Lumma’s Lummox: The BMW M6 CLR 600 BMW tuner Lumma has a new, carbon-look kit for the new, carbon-fiber-roofed BMW M6. The package turns the pregnant fish — a visually stunning pregnant fish from some angles — into the dark … Continue reading