Daily Absurdity

Daily Absurdity

Short post today. First, sorry about the theme change. There was a problem with an update to my old theme so this is a stand-in until I can get the old back. If I can. This was actually an issue the developer of the theme introduced, so it is possible…

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“You are not open-minded”

“You are not open-minded”

I have had this post on the back burner for some time (I have a number of those actually). A while ago a thread on reddit talked about an extremely flawed study which found that black and white children raised in Germany after world war 2 had the same IQ.…

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Conversation with a Blue Pill Churchian

Conversation with a Blue Pill Churchian

Though I am not religious, I do have some Christian friends. These friends tend to be more independently minded and have some serious gripes with the average church because of some commonly held, yet arguably unbiblical beliefs many church congregations share. Last night, I was hanging out with these friends…

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Reversing the Demographic Winter

Reversing the Demographic Winter

I found this documentary via reddit which found it via thinking housewife. It discusses an issue of deep concern to the dark enlightenment and that is the issue of population decline. For what I guess is a mainstream documentary, it is refreshingly frank with regards to the negative consequences modernism/post-modernism…

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The girls who cry wolf

The girls who cry wolf

The boy who cried wolf is a famous tale in western culture. In it a shepherd boy who maintains a flock of sheep repeatedly calls for the help of local villagers to repel an attack by wolves. However, once the villagers arrive, they discover that there was no wolf attack and…

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How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

How Standardized Testing Undervalues Men

This is a modified excerpt from Smart and Sexy by Roderick Kaine. IQ testing and research has been around for over 100 years. Though it is often a controversial issue, the fact remains that more than any other psychological trait studied, IQ scores contain a remarkable amount of predictive power…

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Career women are dysgenic

Career women are dysgenic

All Parts <– Part 3                                                              Part 5–> Diverting the most capable women away from reproduction is dysgenic A large variety of…

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Sexism in Nature: The Red Velvet Ant

Sexism in Nature: The Red Velvet Ant

As we all know mother nature is extremely sexist since sexism is extraordinarily abundant throughout her kingdom. For some unfathomable reason she sees fit, in her infinite patriarchal fascism, to continually set up systems of oppression in the sexual dynamics of most species. Unsurprisingly, in most cases it is the…

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“It just didn’t happen”

“It just didn’t happen”

No affiliation with Atavisionary.com. See more artwork at this website. A few months ago, I went out with a group of friends for a few beers. Among them were these two women (let’s call them Jane and Mitzi) who spontaneously broke out into a conversation about a third woman (Let’s call…

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A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

There are minor spoilers. This book isn’t worth reading so I wouldn’t worry about that. In high school, which was quite a long time ago, my entire class was required read the book “speak” by Laurie Anderson. A 13 year old girl goes to a party at the beginning of the story,…

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