Monthly Archives: May 2020

A superior treestump (normie supremacy redux)

I crossed an entire category of goals off my list this weekend because, you see, we live in a society. A friend of mine lives with his family deep, deep in the Bible belt of the Midwest in a place … Continue reading

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Prepare your jimmies for some ice cold takes

Maybe you can run a train into them. Also, for contrast: In case you still thought Vox Day has had a shred of interest in the truth in years.

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Reflection on getting older

I’ve become an extremist practitioner of moderation–not for any good reason, but because my treasonous body enforces heinous punishments in response to any breach. Once an energetic and trusted servant, my stomach has usurped my mind as sovereign and become … Continue reading

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Of swords and Shadows

Here’s a reliable mythical cipher for the Hero’s Journey and similar: Magic = Accommodation (as in Piaget) Sword = Assimilation Monsters = Problems Recurring nightmare castle = The Jungian Shadow of society’s collective unconscious, representing the ever-present danger of low-trust … Continue reading

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Asperger’s:Autism::Melonhead:Schizophrenia

This was actually Nottuh’s OC, I’m just writing it down. As far as I can tell, the only way societies can solve buy-in problems is through talented social influencers who are 1) extremely stubborn about the way they see things, … Continue reading

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Red pills that will actually work on your Christian friends

1. https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?quicksearch=holocausto&qs_version=RVR1960&limit=500 (Just send them this link without explanation. Let them stew on it.) 2. Christians are really bothered by the whole “Jesus boiling in shit” thing in the Talmud. 3. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiberius_Julius_Abdes_Pantera

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The buy-in problem

A buy-in problem is when people are in a societal dilemma* (i.e. conflict of individual and group interest) where solving the dilemma would change the individual-level incentive structure such that cooperation becomes preferable. An example would be anti-Semitism- it’s in … Continue reading

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Socioecomic accounting of the Last Man

Things people could afford on one lower-middle class income in the 50s and 60s: -Family -House -Car -Land -Organic food Things people can afford on one lower-middle class income today: -Giant flatscreen TV -Smartphone -Internet -Netflix -Half the rent for … Continue reading

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Brag

What I said: The average economic value of a person’s life is $10 million. Families and friends would work hard enough to earn $250 billion, cumulatively, to get 25k of their loved ones back. https://aeolipera.wordpress.com/2020/04/16/risk-and-cost-benefit-covid-19/ What statisticians say: The calculation … Continue reading

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Managing a dualback

From the Past Authoring program: It is best to do the writing that is associated with this exercise by entering into a reverie. A reverie is a state of contemplation, like a daydream. Normal focused goal-oriented thought tends to be … Continue reading

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