Monthly Archives: December 2017

Those poor fish people

I don’t watch a lot of movies, but I’m noticing a motif lately in the stuff coming out of Hollywood regarding literal sea people. “The Shape of Water” is Mexican Conquistador-American Guillermo del Toro’s art-directed-within-an-inch-of-its-life Oscar contender about how a … Continue reading

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Analysis of emotional palettes by demographic

bice requested that I expand on the idea that different demographics are comfortable with different emotional mixes. For example, I don’t mind mixing cute (saccharine = happy) with horror (disgust*fear), but I can’t tolerate mixing horror with sexual. So I … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

It’s been a hell of a Current Year, and the next year promises to be even moreso. But for now just enjoy the lights and decorations, be nice to your people, and watch A Charlie Brown Christmas one more time. … Continue reading

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The esoteric Alt-Right uniform

White dress shirt, red tie, gray pants, black shoes and belt. It’s the Anti-LARP, while retaining the unconscious triggering. Red tie on white shirt recalls St. George’s cross and the New Republican Party, gray pants recall Civil War, and my … Continue reading

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This will require a change in strategy

H/T le Chateau. So church is out, unless you think I’m a special 0.1% kind of guy (hint: I’m not). Networking is in decline but it’s still viable. What I ought to do is open an esoteric Alt-Right bar/club, though … Continue reading

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The Talos Principle, part 1

It unfortunately has nothing to do with Skyrim, except that it is also about men who become gods, but The Talos Principle is a great game in its own right. The story is an esoteric expression of the melonhead selection … Continue reading

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Culture war, part 2

Part 1. That’s one of my top five posts. Immediately following Martin Luther’s broadside assault on the moral authority of the Roman Catholic Church, the Copernican revolution sapped its epistemological authority. The “one true church” had largely brought this on … Continue reading

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