Archive | June, 2012

A Philosopher’s Take on the Obamacare Decision

  This is a good video. He elaborates on ideas that are fundamental to Declarationism. I could comment further on the topic, but I don’t feel it’s necessary at the moment. Other than the bottom line. Unalienable rights are undelegatable, legally, or otherwise. The idea that you can make “Obamacare” legal by suddenly deciding it’s […]

CrossFit™ : A 100% Chance of Injury?

I stated in the comments section of a recent barbell squat post that went viral, that I’ve been thinking a lot lately that crossfit™ might actually have a 100% chance of injury when practiced over a lifetime. Which of course, is crazy, and should make everyone run from it. People don’t like this idea. Probably […]

Barbell Squat : the Worst Exercise in Existence?

I wouldn’t normally care to pick on someone like Mark Rippetoe, but he’s one of the most popular proponents of performing a barbell squat, AND, he says stuff like this on a consistent basis. There are few things graven in stone, except that you have to squat or you’re a pussy. As it turns out, […]