Monthly Archives: December 2015

SJWs always double down, part II

It’s not that we can’t, it’s that we don’t want to because robots and hoverboards are so 1955. Nerds though, nerds are cool now. It’s all in the glasses- what kind of lame-o wants a robot anyway? Maybe it’s because … Continue reading

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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 62,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert … Continue reading

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What is Christianity?

It boggles my mind that people have trouble understanding what Christianity is. It’s the Gospel. Everything else- the history, philosophy, art, dogmas, heresies- is all fluff and ultimately irrelevant. If it includes the Gospel, it’s Christianity, and if it doesn’t … Continue reading

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ABR – O Come O Come Emmanuel

Usually all the commercials and music ruin the Christmas celebration for me, but not this year. Here’s some good music for you:

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Merry Christmas

Posting will be erratic for the next week or so. Please adjust your OCD reading habits accordingly.

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Most useful data to memorize

Steve Sailer asks an excellent question in response to an excellent, concise West Hunter article. I find it useful to store in my head a number of highly stylized but reasonably accurate interconnected numbers. For example: 4 million is a … Continue reading

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More blather on politics and economics

Unfortunately, I haven’t yet been able to distill these observations into statistical laws like the first law of economics. The foremost observation is that you can’t actually own anything that you can’t reasonably defend with violence. The word “reasonably” denotes … Continue reading

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Common denominator government

This thought is inspired by the observation that the idea of the inquisition, as an institution, appears to be yet another genetic memory written so deeply in the natural state of man that he cannot even question its existence, much … Continue reading

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How to train your genius

The setting is that you, particularly, are not a genius, but you have some kind of responsibility for one. Maybe he’s your child, student, or employee, and you are interested in helping him develop his talent. (Does anyone actually do … Continue reading

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How to get along with any roommates

School is over. Posting shall resume, including a retrospective analysis of school-ish stuff. For now, how to get along with any roommates: 1) Be around as little as possible (if they don’t comment on it when they see you, you … Continue reading

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