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Never Denounce Your Friends – Stand By Them

“Friendship is like standing on wet cement. The longer you stay, the harder it’s to leave, and you can never go without leaving your footprints behind.” – Unknown Beginning Your Quest “Stand By Me” is what crosses my shitlord mind when I think about the ultimate meaning of the word “friend”.   Hopefully something of similar aspiration and brilliance crosses your mind as you agonize late into the night about your lack of instagram followers, likes, and retweets. The 1986 classic is a tale of boys who bond while on the adventure of their lives – to find a dead body first. A dead body was the goal...

Quintus Curtius Is Today’s Paul Harvey

Bedtime Stories Unearthed From History For Adults I’ve been unsure of just how to write this review of Quintus.  He is a friend of mine and I hope I can relay accurately just how incredible his work is.  I want people to be able to realize the grasp of what he’s been doing and it’s significance to us men today and our children in the future. Inspiration for the subtitle of this post comes from me reading through his site and chapters from his book right before bed, enjoying a new piece of history that was previously unknown to me – similar...

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From Fox Lake Hero to Zero: The GI Joe Gliniewicz, Suicide, Narrative, And Politicization

Nasty, speculative, and “disrespectful” rumors floating around for over a month that Joe’s death was a suicide were finally confirmed today in what is now a backhanded blindside to the people of Fox Lake – and that’s just the first plot twist. The story takes yet another series of shocking twists – it’s like watching a movie –  and will definitely take many more considering the corruption charges the department is facing and the other “two” people who are being investigated. More and more information is seeping out and revealing Joe to be a man who swam in a cespool...

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The Ridiculous Self-Loathing Of European Heroes And Ancestors

Finally, the angry self-ridden guilt posts to appease the privilege-checking sky gods is over.   October 12th, the day we rant about Columbus and rave about the nobility of meso-america is over, but not without the usual stir.  Even a week later, there was a few guilt-ridden white kids making sure to post their obligatory, “Columbus was a bad man” post. Think about it for a moment. Memes, links, and articles flood your Facebook about how terrible of a person Columbus was – some of which is true – and how “sinful” it is to celebrate Columbus for any reason....

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Tanzila Ahmed Doesn’t Date The White Devil

“Mooooom!” I exclaimed, exasperated. “I would never marry a white guy! I would marry anything but white. Person of color, only.” “Ehhh!” Mom responded, frustrated. “Why not? He could convert!” “It’s like being with the colonizer. Or an oppressor. I can’t do that.” – Tanzila Ahmed: Oppressed Bangladesh girl overwhelmed in a world of evil white supremacy. You may be asking yourself, who the hell is Tanzila Ahmed?  Before we begin, you need to check your privilege, you sick oppressive male and probably white shitlord devils. Since I’m half/white and half/middle-eastern, I’ll only proceed to check it half-way.  Oh wait,...

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Warped Tour, Austin Jones, and Mob Justice.

GUILTY!!! Mob justice – the new Puritans –  strike the Warped Tour in the same way peasant “enlightenment” mobs lopped off heads of denounced enemies of the Republic via the guillotine in the French Revolution.  The accused, Austin Jones, has not even been offered a sham mob justice trial, but has been ushered toward the execution platform. Tumbrlettes, let’s hold off for a moment on the mob justice and the drivel that is permeating comment sections on this firestorm that are throwing young girls into the “defenseless victims” category and dropping  “gender studies” like buzzwords like victim blaming.   This is the real...

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Rejecting Guilt By Association

Regardless of what mortals you follow, adore, admire, and pay homage you will at some point disagree with them.  Whether it’s most of the time or almost never, no one will ever hold exactly all the viewpoints that you have come to cherish. A tweet from Milo Yiannapolous prompted the above line of thought in which he voices disagreement with libertarians on the NSA spying incident – color my libertarian tendencies irked. Amazing how many otherwise sensible people, especially libertarians, are gibbering, pliant idiots when it comes to Manning and Snowden. — Milo Trumpopoulos ✘ (@Nero) April 23, 2015 Obviously,...

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The Necessity Of Compassion – Vacationing From The Internet Battlefield

  Necesitamos compasión.   Necesito mas compasión As much as I despise and revile modern day feminists – specifically the radical ones, I feel sorry for them.  I’ve noticed a cruel streak that not only infects opposing political ideologies – namely conservative vs liberal, but also in the ideologies that I am particularly interested in – the manosphere and feminism. The hatred I see from them both angers me, as I do have a pair of testicles, but saddens me as well.   To add more fuel to the fire, the  vitriol that  is usually returned upon them by many...

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“Mantouching” is the Newest Feminist Cultural Scalp

The Daily Dot and the rest of the feminist sympathetic internet sphere  – emphasis on Salon – came out with fists clenched with yet another cultural scalp; “mantouching”.     This accursed and wretched action has most recently been noticed at the pinnacle of the political  liberal and hollywood elite – Joe Biden and John Travolta. At the Oscars – a presentation of rich people giving awards to each other – Travolta mustered up all of Saturday Night Fever self and touched the face of Idina Menzel.  Nico Lang, the author of the piece described this travesty in a very visual...

Is it Cultural Appropriation? Or Perpetual Fake Outrage? 0

Is it Cultural Appropriation? Or Perpetual Fake Outrage?

Wait, You Still Are Racist! Nothing can destroy your career, cost you Facebook friends, and present many other life-enduring difficulties such as people believing that you are racist or have done something racist.  Being declared as a racist is almost like being labeled a heretic in the 14th century, except you might not be burned at the stake… yet. “Cultural appropriation” is just the newest frontier in the fight against racism – a struggle that looks like it will never be overcome, not even in the most luscious of utopias.  It is also a cleverly designed tactic by certain folks...

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