Monthly Archives: June 2014

Orwell was overly optimistic

I think I can reasonably claim that advertising is fast becoming our most advanced form of art. I was clicking around and ended up on a Mother Jones article about mass shooters and OMG DISARM EVERYONE. Anyway, this random ad … Continue reading

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Found another outsider

There are a lot of these guys floating around on the internet. Probably this is a side effect of an “engineering shortage” where we aren’t really short on engineers, we just really don’t feel like paying them. Maybe they should … Continue reading

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Associative horizon

This essay basically explains me. This gives me the vocabulary to properly express the following thought: I have a genius-level associative horizon, subgenius intelligence and inferior conscientiousness. This identification explains why I seem to share qualitative characteristics with actual geniuses, … Continue reading

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Adding Paul Cooijimans to my red pill list

He happens to be the psychometitor of Giga Society. The most compelling feature of his output is his consistent sanity. In fact, I would describe him as exceedingly sane and otherwise restrained in expression. An example: It should be noted … Continue reading

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A visual guide to African penetration

Yes, this post is exactly what you’re thinking. Only the best for my readers. I’ve been stumbling through this little infographic here, looking for interpretations: My first thought was “whiteness” of inhabitants, but that seems to be only part of … Continue reading

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Is this IQ test accurate?

I typically ask people to take this one because I like it. One person asked if it’s accurate. http://iqexam.net/ Here’s what I can say: it’s normed by a vocab test. The GSS 10-word vocab test (called WORDSUM) correlates with IQ … Continue reading

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Customer service with a smile

Another one from Vox’s Alpha Game: Women say they resent it when men tell them to smile. And well they should. An instinctive smile, when one is not expressing pleasure or recognition, is a submissive gesture. This is why attractive … Continue reading

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