The video below has been doing the rounds the last few days. It shows a white male reporter who looks to be about five foot nine interviewing students in an American university on whether people should be allowed to choose which bathroom they wish to use based on ‘how they identify’. It then devolves into a complete lesson in cognitive dissonance where he manages to get the same students to agree that he is a six foot five Chinese woman. Please watch the video before going to my take on it below.
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A more off-beat post today. There’s an area in downtown Seoul along the Han river which apparently is perfect for longboard skateboarding. So put that together with a young lady who possesses effortless grace and charm while she dances nimbly back and forth atop her speeding longboard and you have the ingredients for a beautiful and hypnotic ride. I love her knee-high socks. They complete the picture. Enjoy.
It’s taken me a little over two months to come up with the complete list of the 28 traits of the modern man. I have a Word document that contained my general list, on which I had a list of 36 traits. But these I whittled down until I came up with the final 28. That number is not binding and I may add more in the future.
On Sunday Italy held a referendum on whether
to repeal a line in the 2016 Stability Law that allows drilling rigs within 12 nautical miles of the coast to continue operating until the field runs out of oil and gas
Italians voted in 1987 to ban nuclear power in their country. However, they’re quite happy to import power from other countries that have nuclear power stations. In fact most of Italy’s electricity comes from France and Switzerland. Banning nuclear power has been estimated to have cost Italians over 50 billion euros in that time.
It’s a very expensive example of the feel good, ‘not in my back yard’, or NIMBY option.
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about a young guy working in my local fruit shop whose live-in girlfriend was nagging him to do the dishes all the time. As I didn’t feel it was my place to tell him to dump her ass, I pointed out how he does do stuff around the home, which in his case was taking care of the garden.
I love the word pithy – it’s so pithy.
Regular readers will note that we are exactly one post away from completing the list of the 28 traits of the modern man. All will be revealed next week. But do you have an idea in your head of what it will be? What do you think is missing from the list? Throw it out there in the comments and we’ll see who is right. And who knows? Your trait might be so important that the list will need to be expanded. I’m not the final authority on anything.
Anyway, here is all the stuff that caught my eye this week.
I’ve written before about Australia’s sinister Safe Schools Program, and its Marxist objectives to sexualize children at school. The key word in the program is safe. It is the go-to adjective used by progressives whenever they want to disguise their true intentions. How can you argue with safe? Don’t you want your kids to be safe? Truly insidious stuff as the natural assumption if you are against it is that you want to harm children.
But who is really harming children here?
When I was young I was pretty small for my age. My critics would say that I’m not much bigger now. I learned early on that I needed to rely on my mouth rather than my fists in order to get myself out of trouble, and as I got older I became very skilled at manipulating those around me to get what I wanted. It’s a skill that never goes out of fashion and today it’s even more important than ever.
The other day I did a podcast interview with Davis Aurini to support the audiobook launch. We spoke about the book, the manosphere, MGTOW, why young guys today are luckier than us poor older dudes, and a whole bunch of other esoteric stuff.