Taking the rest of the week off

I probably needed the break, so this is just making it official so my brain will shut up.

Shitposting shall reconvene on Saturday.

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A realization

I’d previously used purse dogs as a red flag for girls who are insane and probably on head meds. Later, I learned that they’re literally all on head meds, regardless of purse dogs, big dogs, or no dogs, so it’s a useless heuristic. Then I realized that when a woman wants to rescue a pitbull by bringing it into her house, she is acting out her suppressed sexual drive to have sex with paroled felons. So when a woman likes big dogs and big animals in general, it just means that she has an unrepressed sex drive. Whereas, when a woman likes small dogs, it’s because she’s pretending to have children and would probably prefer to date a neutered soiboi so she can mother him. And so, what this indicates to me is that I was almost but not quite correct: A purse dog is a signal that a girl is taking birth control pills.

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A study in Luke 12:51

I thought this was a nice, multi-layered illustration.

Man Suspected of Attacking Wife with Chain Saw Was Deported 11 Times

Los Angeles Times
JUL 13, 2018 | 6:25 PM

A man suspected of attacking his wife with a chain saw in Whittier had been deported 11 times since 2005, immigration officials said.

Alejandro Alvarez Villegas attacked his wife in their home Wednesday, with their three children inside, according to Whittier police. The 32-year-old then fled the scene in a stolen car.

Immigration officers have lodged a detainer against Alvarez, requesting that local authorities notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement before his release to allow them to take the man into custody, ICE spokeswoman Lori Haley said.

“Department of Homeland Security databases indicate Mr. Alvarez-Villegas is a serial immigration violator who has been removed from the United States 11 times since 2005,” Haley said in a statement.

iSteve commenter Detective Club replies

Nobody’s perfect.

The reason that’s so funny is he’s appealing directly to the sort of perverted liberal Protestant morality used by open borders advocates. The statement is true, nobody’s perfect and Alvarez could conceivably find Jesus and become a part of the church. But the globalists (purposefully) conflate this with the borders of the American nation, which is not the same thing as the church, and so they advocate the “salvation” of all (where salvation = admittance to white countries). Apparently, this is more to Eve’s taste than bending the knee to Christ.

The fundamental problem is that people everywhere are desperate to put on the mantle of God and declare their nations to be the kingdom of heaven (typically as lost tribes of Israel), and define their enemies as demonspawn so that anything done to them is permissible and, indeed, blessed by God. This is chimpanzee morality in a cassock. Thus, we will likely see state-enforced public torture in our lifetimes, sanctioned by whatever unholy combination of cultural Christianity and Zodiacism is most appealing to the average man in wartime. Apparently, this is more to Adam’s taste than bending the knee to Christ.

The fact is that national and Christian interests have overlapping considerations, but they are not the same thing. Amoral egoistic Christianity takes the same premise as globalism, equivocating one’s nation state with the kingdom of heaven (but with closed gates instead of open), and this is the main reason amoral egoistic Christianity will ultimately fail. It cannot address the paradox of conflicting national and religious interests in Luke 12:52, and thus has no brakes to apply to its purity spirals. How are Christians supposed to love their neighbors and yet be divided from them? How can Jesus eat with prostitutes and Paul tell us to expel adulterers from the church? There is a general principle in this: purity spirals are the necessary result of unresolved paradoxes.

Naturally, humanity will prefer to learn this after a few hundred million of their neighbors’ corpses are piled up, as mass murdering their genetic competition is the revealed sociosexual preference of cro magnon. The only thing cro magnon appears to have inherited from his matriline is the need to justify acting like a monster, so he can still feel like a good person while sleeping with his neighbor’s wife. The nice thing about sapes, from an anthropological point of view, is that there’s no obfuscation of purpose because they have no sense of shame and therefore, absent Christianity, feel no need to apologize (apologetics being, after all, a West-of-Hajnal, Protestant obsession and our greatest intellectual contribution to the world).

In the meantime, here are some guidelines:

1) Kick the California Chainsaw Murderer out of your nation, out of love for your neighbors.
2) Kick the California Chainsaw Murderer out of your church, out of hatred for sin.
3) Send missionaries to the California Chainsaw Murderer’s nation, out of love for the sinner.
4) Concentric loyalties: feed your children, then teach them to fish, then feed your neighbor with the excess (if you have it), then teach your neighbor to fish.
5) Do not let your wife “rescue” a pitbull by bringing it into your house. She is acting out her suppressed sexual drive to have sex with paroled felons, and it will end in the tortured deaths of your children.

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More poastcasting

Patrick explains why robot drones in video games are The Future for Our Children.

I need to learn how to do that meme slideshow thing like Boneflour does.

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Churches with shotguns, part 2

The ppl must have their shitposting. We at the AP Media Empire know this. We understand. And we love you all, so we give out of the bounty of our overflowing hearts.

Boneflour split this one into two podcasts because we went long.

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Requesting negative attitudes about GUToW

After about 8 months or so of blogging, MM has released the 1.0 version of the Grand Unified Theory of Winning. We’re going to record a final podcast on Sunday and then he and I will say goodbye for a few years of slash-and-burn IRL and further developments of the GUToW will be in my hands, for the time being. However, he will be keeping notes for turning all the raw information (and necessary improvements) into a proper book after he’s finished with college and then established in his career field about ten years from now.

Meantime, the most important job is for the editor (me) to tear it to shreds :-). Probably the most important thing I’ve learned from watching various WINNARZ succomb to the negative side of the winner effect (call it “dopamine blindness” for short) is the value of painful negative feedback. MM’s critics and admirers alike have criticized him for “trying to recreate 1955 America” because he doesn’t address the specific society-wide problems which have changed the game (and to some extent, even the definition of “success”). To MM’s great credit, he recognizes that riding the coattails of a quite privileged family legacy has insulated him from many of these problems. He often solicits my criticism on these because he knows I’ve lived a bit closer to the bone than most folks with comparable analytical abilities.

Now, many of the principles for getting what you want in life are general and unchanging, but the specific obstacles are not. But they often generalize over political identity classes (e.g. the IQ communications gap for the intelligent, lack of instinctive social reciprocity in Asperger’s, etc.), and we’d like to find the most common failure points of the theory. Something I mentioned to Patrick in the podcast we recorded this Saturday is that, for group strength purposes, the best possible use of Tex’s time would be to spot-check other people’s systems, blueprints, etc. for failure modes. Why? Because he’s got the IQ and life experience to see them and the disagreeableness to say so. Building anything takes a long time but it takes longer if you can’t spot errors of judgment early.

To that end, I’d like to open up the floor to the most negative things you can think of to say about the project as a whole, in the particulars, and especially in the assumed priors. I promise we will attempt to find a solution for each one in the podcast or at least add qualifying language to the GUToW (unless we ramble too much and run out of time). Anybody who can come up with an issue that stumps both of us will receive a kiss on the cheek from LizardKing gf.


Particularly interested on feedback for the high-level concepts in chapters 2 and 3.

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One of these heads is not like the other ones

Doompony sent me a picture of a group of transsexuals. Click through for larger version.


The archaic hairline is particularly interesting.

Update: The image was shopped, this is the original.

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