when circumstances and conditions come together in a once-in-a-lifetime manner

Fear Is Deadlier Than Viruses. Dennis Prager — “I’ve come to realize that it is possible to get people to do anything if you instill enough fear in them. Specifically, irrational fear.” … “You would think that the Enlightenment of the 18th century, with its focus on reason and science, would have led to a great lessening of irrational fear. – It hasn’t.” … “Irrational fear is also a major source of hatred. People hate what they fear.”

Determining whether your fears are rational or irrational is one of the most important things you will ever do. The quality of your life and the life of your society depend on your making that distinction.

Georgia Governor Releases More Evidence That 2020 Ballots Were Miscounted. Margot Cleveland — “While nothing will change the fact that Joe Biden is president, election integrity matters and Gov. Brian Kemp’s letter is but the latest proof that it must be shored up in America.”

Ace of Spades has a morning briefing that often is rather comprehensive. The 11/23 edition asks you to get ready for more racial healing. — “The litany of black-on-white and black-on-non-black attacks over the past 20 years and longer is mind boggling, not only in their sheer numbers, as was recorded in Colin Flaherty’s frightening eye-opener White Girl Bleed A Lot which was published nearly nine years ago, but for the fact that the media either embargoes these stories outright or failing that spins the facts faster than a dervish in an Iranian centrifuge, to create the narrative that the attack was somehow justified. Sound familiar?” — but wait! there’s more!

It wasn’t just the micro-computer arriving as a personal too in the late seventies that was a major technological upheaval, audio also turned over. The new documentary on the Beatles highlights the impact of significant innovators who utilized new tools to implement new ideas in recording. The seventies made the transition from tubes to transistors in audio equipment and heralded the change from single to multi channel audio and started the transistion from analog to digital with CD then DVD then personal computers with the 1997 Intel standard.

Stereo Gear in the 1970’s Was it The Audiophile Golden Age? Steve Feinstein — “There are times when circumstances and conditions come together in a once-in-a-lifetime manner,” … “For the market of high-fidelity electronics and speakers, that time was the 1970’s. Things came together in such a way that the market flourished and grew like never before. It was a singularly great time for the industry, with all the historic, demographic and technological conditions and advances coming together in a way that will never be repeated.”

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