Sunday, May 21, 2017

Revisiting the Inauguration

As you well know, the media are nothing but scurrilous liars hell bent on turning President Donald J. Trump's perfectly reasonable words and actions into artificially induced insanity. And also "fake news"-ing it all over the fucking place like a bunch of fake newsers. No, fake newsies. Trademark pending.

So I revisited the photographic so-called evidence of attendance for both Barack HUSSEIN Obama's 2009 inauguration (the day before they came for all the guns and non-collectible gold) and National Day of Patriotic Devotion 2017 aka the day Donald Trump had no rain and began making America great (again).

The media, in one of those coordinated moves that really defy explanation, all suggested that perhaps attendance in 2017 was but a small fraction of that in 2009 (most of whom were paid to attend by George Soros). Poppycock.
"This was the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration, period, both in person and around the globe. These attempts to lessen the enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong."--White House Press Secretary at the time, Sean Spicer, providing the first of what we all must agree were serious warning signs
And that's true: most people were only considering visible humans in attendance in Washington DC. The tens of thousands of invisible people cheering in New Jersey (and elsewhere, probably) were never even included in the tally.

I realized there's also an issue where people are naively comparing a human circa 2009 with a human circa 2017, and failing to account for Moore's Law and whatever axiom or postulate covers storage capacity instead of processor speed.


In 2009 the maximum capacity for a microSD card was 256 GB. In 2017 it's 2 TB (hypothetically). Each person in 2017 is the equivalent of 7.812 people in 2009. 

Once you factor that in, it totally makes sense.

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