Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

Don’t let the old man in.

I am a great admirer of Clint Eastwood, both for his professional work and as a man in this tormented age. He is 88 and of the same generation as my father, although a few years older. In other words, he’s not a Boomer. I do know that I have readers who are Boomers. Not all Boomers are infected, but the majority are. I cannot connect with Boomers in general because they do not understand what we in Gen X grew up without that they took for granted.

But never mind; this is not a Boomer rant post. This is a Clint Eastwood post. Musician Toby Keith spent some time with him before the release of his latest film which led Keith to write a song about it.

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Just some Sunday morning Vader.

Aesop had a nice little Darth Vader video pop up on his feed; Samuel Jackson’s voice superimposed over the dark one’s film scenes.

It’s not bad, pretty funny even. But I’ll tell you one thing:

It’s no Brick Top.

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Friday hawt chicks & links – The problematic edition.

The Friday hawt chicks & links returns after a 2 week absence to great acclaim and furious anticipation. The hawt chicks & links realises and understands that without their weekly dose of Friday goodness our readers can become mentally unbalanced, disturbed even, and their behavior can become what the libtards refer to as “problematic”. The hawt chicks & links sees no reason to fear or even discourage problematic behavior; in fact, we positively thrive on it and will continue to do our very best to make sure that our readers are the most problematic on the internets.

With that in mind, ask yourself a question right now – how problematic have I been this week? If you haven’t been problematic enough, or heaven forbid, problematic at all, then you really need to take a good hard look at yourself and your lack of dedication to the problematic cause. Being problematic is what sets us apart from the mindless NPCs of the world. Set yourself a problematic goal; today I will be problematic by openly refusing to participate in the recycling behavioral control and modification agenda. Or maybe you throw your work’s code of conduct back in their faces and tell them to lawyer up. The degree of problematicness is up to each of you.

The freedom to be problematic is the only true freedom that counts.

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Bill Gates is our very own Bond villain.

The climate change scam is an end of the world death cult with the added bonus that its leaders know how to stop the impending apocalypse if only we would just bow down to them and accept their great knowledge and wisdom that us poor peons and horrible deplorables so surely lack. Its adherents are all largely convinced of its inherent truth by the fact that everyone that they know believes it too.

Taken in context at some other point in history, this sort of thing is looked back upon with chortles of derision and head shaking at how the dumb people back in the past could believe such obvious falsehoods. What is in fact interesting is how the people fell for the lies in the first place; that way lies knowledge and learning, but we don’t tend to follow that route and so we end up in the same place once again, fodder for future morons to look back upon us and shake their heads in smug feelings of superiority while at the same time they wail at the fact that ant colonies around the world are going to rise up at any time and enslave humans as punishment for our ant sins.

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Abortion as sexual pleasure.

Since the beginning of the dedicated and coordinated liberal assault on Western Civilization in the 70s, the limp and ineffective conservative defense has often withdrawn to the last bastion holdout of the slippery slope argument. Conservatives argue that by beginning the process of dismantling a protective trait of our society then we risk opening Pandora’s Box to a host of unintended consequences. This is best summed up by the fallacy of Chesterton’s Fence:

In the matter of reforming things, as distinct from deforming them, there is one plain and simple principle; a principle which will probably be called a paradox. There exists in such a case a certain institution or law; let us say, for the sake of simplicity, a fence or gate erected across a road. The more modern type of reformer goes gaily up to it and says, “I don’t see the use of this; let us clear it away.” To which the more intelligent type of reformer will do well to answer: “If you don’t see the use of it, I certainly won’t let you clear it away. Go away and think. Then, when you can come back and tell me that you do see the use of it, I may allow you to destroy it.

What conservatives never understood is that the prog left have always had the unintended consequences very much in mind.

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Podcast #120 – The Anglo-Saxon female mind virus episode.

Aaron Clarey wrote an article about rating women on a linear scale. I agree but I disagree as well as there are unique issues with Anglo-Saxon women. I finish off with my advice to young men from those countries who want to find a wife.

Clarey’s article on a linear method of rating women.

Angry spider.

I have an angry spider in my study. He is one of those hunting spiders, the ones that forego webs for the pleasures of springing onto their unfortunate prey from a permanent crouched position. It is so permanent that I made the mistake of thinking that he had died while stuck to the wall. Not so, as I discovered. I gave him a poke with a tiny Persol brochure that I had at hand and he came at me like an Antifa protestor on the last weekend before being declared a terrorist organisation.

He’s now back on his spot; perched half way up a corner of the wall. I have christened him angry spider and I am determined to poke him at least once a day. I hope that we can become buddies. There is no better buddy on this good earth than an angry spider. Maybe he will bite me and I will become spiderman and then I will wreak my vengeance on the people behind Working Title Films.

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Barbershops – the last male space.

The barbershop is the last refuge of male space, untarnished by female blemish. That is unless there are women cutting hair, in which case the only recourse for the serious man is to high tale it out of there. A woman cutting a man’s hair is like a guy giving blow jobs. It’s somewhat out of place, at least to normal people.

There aren’t many normal people left these days, what with the vast competition of who can be the most conformist freak. Barbershops are a hinterland in this vast colossus of wretchedness where a man can enter and feel at peace. It is also one of the very few places where one can observe hipsters actually working for a living.

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How to effectively and emotionally communicate with a woman.

Women giving men advice on just about anything except for competitive knitting really gives me the shits, and even the knitting advice these days is mostly suspect. The very worst is when women attempt to lecture us on what we need to do in relationships, which is kind of like the gazelle informing the lion on how to hunt. Come to think of it, it’s not like that at all. Somebody else come up with a good analogy.

But the very worst is women who give well meaning advice to men on this subject. You know; the women who are “on our side”. Bettina Arndt is the Australian version of this and she is a dead set grade A fucking moron. Any man who takes her advice may as well go out and chop off his nuts with some sheep shears and be done with it.

Then there’s this numpty, the latest incursion into the already overcrowded field of women wanting to help men by telling them what to do. Her 6 ways men can become emasculation proof was obviously written with a looming deadline in mind, the type that can cause any writer to cast around the interwebs for someone, anyone, to attack.

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A weekend at the Spa Grand Prix.

I’ve been enjoying myself at the Spa Grand Prix with a good mate for the last three days, hence the lack of posting. It was our first time at the circuit and it was brilliant, although that had a lot to do with where we were sitting which was plum seats at turn 3. This is the most famous corner at the track and at the end of this video of Mark Webber’s stunning pass on Alonso a few years ago you can see the stand where we had our seats.

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