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The  Joe Rogan Experience Podcast:  Comedians On Drugs 0

The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast: Comedians On Drugs

Podcasts and Becoming A Man “Podcasts” are slowly becoming a “trend” that people are starting to pick up on.  It’s a hell of alot easier to embrace this trend with a decent phone.  It’s also one way you can learn quite a bit – for free you stinges – and improve your ability to interact with the world.  Take it from an old soul like me; I just turned 26 and every bit of attained wisdom helps make life that much more enjoyable. While I might get pumped up to a thumping hardcore beatdown song, I actually learn something from...

The Chicago Meetup with Mike Cernovich And What I Learned. 2

The Chicago Meetup with Mike Cernovich And What I Learned.

About a week and a half ago, I had the privilege of interacting with Mike Cernovich  from Danger & Play in person at a meetup he held in Chicago.  I really wasn’t sure if I wanted to take the train all the way down to the City – specifically Union Station and then hike my way to the Godfrey Hotel where the meetup was at. (Note I’m at the Fox Lake station which is the start of the line so I literally have to ride all the way to end of the line.) I had never heard of the place...

Should “Jackie” from the Rolling Stone article be doxxed? 0

Should “Jackie” from the Rolling Stone article be doxxed?

Another day on twitter and there are some who #IStandWithJackie.  Apparently Roosh  who runs the “infamous” Return Of Kings has information that exposes “Jackies” real identity from Rolling Stones infamous article on the UVA “gang rape” and is pondering on whether to publish it or not. This is a turning point for him.  I don’t know if Roosh considers himself to be a journalist, but I do consider him to be such to an extent. This is a heavy decision. I do not envy @rooshv right now. pic.twitter.com/dm24QMD7WP — Mike Cernovich (@PlayDangerously) December 6, 2014 Will he lower himself to the SJW...

New Logic:  Why Skinny Shaming Isn’t Reverse Discrimination 0

New Logic: Why Skinny Shaming Isn’t Reverse Discrimination

Skinny Shaming Isn’t As Harmful as Fat Shaming Because Equality.  Confused? Me too. Another day in the femsphere and another confounded look on my face.  If you are skinny, prepare to enjoy yet another slap upon the usual skinny slaps for daring to take care of your body.  I have a skinny but fit body, so I’m already checking my privilege as I take my lumps. I stumbled upon this article on my newsfeed and since I don’t completely immerse myself just in my own preferred bubble of thoughts, I made sure to read though it.  Of course, it confirms...

Did Anita Sarkeesian Publicly Accuse All Men and Boys Of Being Potential Murderers? 6

Did Anita Sarkeesian Publicly Accuse All Men and Boys Of Being Potential Murderers?

“We need to seriously address connections between violence, sexism and toxic ideas of manhood before boys and men commit more mass shootings.”

Improving Your Situation Always Starts With You. 5

Improving Your Situation Always Starts With You.

On my WP feed, an important post was made on a blog I follow called , “A Holistic Journey“. The blogger, alohaleya, recently wrote a post, My Fiction Put Me In Debt, in which she talks about the effects of resentment in her life toward her father as well as feeling shame for holding others responsible. What specifically caught my attention was the following: “I’m the one who’s chosen to interpret my life events as I have. I’m the one who’s assigned deep meaning to old memories…and this meaning no longer serves. For years, I viewed my dad in a...

A White Woman Walks Through A White Part Of Town And Gets No Catcalls 0

A White Woman Walks Through A White Part Of Town And Gets No Catcalls

Where are the catcalls? Oh noes!

Why Voting 3rd Party Can Change History: The Election of 1924 0

Why Voting 3rd Party Can Change History: The Election of 1924

I often browse the blog of economist and author Aaron Clarey who goes by the name, Captain Capitalism for his blog.  His post, Conservative Idiots Who “Protest the Vote” about this upcoming election misses an important lesson from history where voting 3rd party changed the results of an election. History – for those of us who actually read it instead of watching Netflix – can teach us all sorts of fun things that internet comment brawls can’t. Voting 3rd party can push a main party in a specific direction. Don’t believe me? Take for example the presidential election of 1924.   Calvin Coolidge crushed...

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