Monthly Archives: February 2014

Libertarianism

I could still probably be called a libertarian, in the sense that I almost always support free enterprise and free association. But I think I’ll tabulate some typical flaws of libertarians and suggest improvements where I can: Libertarians routinely commit … Continue reading

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Topical: war and mercy

Finding the Anonymous Conservative blog has been an unexpected boon. It explains a great deal about the androsphere. It has also highlighted a crucial ideological difference between the realists and the idealists among neoreactionary Christian types. Vox has been saying … Continue reading

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Application of Bible-as-Rorshach-test

If you can get a person to describe the Bible as a book, I think you can get a reasonable approximation of the person as a whole. “What do you think of the Bible?” Find/replace “it’s” in their answer with … Continue reading

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d/dt Height vs. R/k selection

Changes in height are a good proxy measure for R/k selection, given a well-defined population. Unsurprisingly, Americans are getting shorter. But “American” doesn’t mean what is used to, and tended to exclude 50 million 5-foot Mexicans with heavily native admixtures. … Continue reading

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All design stuff today (Daily dump)

Version control: the first functional system is 1.0. Functional means it’s indefinitely sustainable, meets my minimum requirements, it’s well-ordered and numbered, and it’s written down. Individual implementations get tagged with letters, like morning 1.0.A, and so on. Small changes and … Continue reading

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Carousing, looking for trouble, or both, I wonder

TPTB are trying very hard to incite white terrorism because the response is ready for deployment. It’s like judo, you push and then use their momentum when they push back and it’s going to work because 100 million white men … Continue reading

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Daily dump

Tex was right, Tex is always right. Still, the gunslinger said the world will end in neither fire nor ice, but rather darkness, and I tend to agree. Presumably, you’re also aware that the melonhead genome has finally been sequenced. … Continue reading

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