Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Blood Moon: The observer IS the observed

Dr Cope used to title his library serial with mystic Implications along the lines of The observer IS the observed ...

Highlights Of Pope Francis’ Speech To Congress Onion 

Lunar phenoms always cause a stir, and this Sunday's event  -- the first supermoon total lunar eclipse in 30 years -- has prompted many prophetic declarations from all corners of the Internet. Is the rare celestial happening, sometimes called a blood moon, a sign that end times are nigh or just another astronomical event? Let's take a look at some of the more prominent doomsday scenarios associated with September's full moon Lunar phenoms

As this is probably one of the last entries on Media Dragon, we can be courageous and link to the Peter principle which is a concept in management theory formulated by Laurence J. Peter in which the selection of a candidate for a position is based on the candidate's performance in their current role, rather than on abilities relevant to the intended role.  In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence.  The Peter Principle has cosmic implications ... These incompetent characters tend to invoke “common sense” when pushing through a bad idea...The battle odd ideas ...

Have you ever looked at your executives and wondered "Who promoted you?" or "How have you not been fired by now?" If you have, take comfort in knowing you're not alone -- many of us have to deal with bosses that seem in over their heads.
The fact is, while your inept boss may drive you nuts, it may not even be his or her fault -- or even the fault of your company for promoting your boss in the first place. Your unsuspecting employer had no idea that your boss would become a full-blown case of the Peter Principle in action.
Horses of Arras

French Habbadashery

At Crossroads France and England ...

Crown Employee at Windsor MMXII

Windsor Castle Gate
Atlantic on ISIS flag of apocalypse

Ivan Maisky — intelligent, spirited, polyglot — was Stalin's ambassador to London in the 1930s. His diary, while unreliable, is a revelation »