Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

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Podcast #45 – The $800 bottle service episode.

The one where I talk about dumb and broke Millennials ordering $800 bottle service at nightclubs.

The Millennial shit sandwich.

The good Cappy has a post where his secret agent in the teaching profession spills the beans on what the kids at school think of all the leftist indoctrination.

“They’re not swallowing it anymore.  They’re not believing all this privilege and racist stuff.”

When I pressed my agent for more information, s/he continue to explain that the left through their most ardent of acolytes – teachers – were so uniform, so omnipresent, so overbearing with the “white privilege,” “racism,” “sexism,” 31 flavors of gender, that the kids (dumb as they might be) not only DON’T believe any of it, but are now mocking it and ridiculing it, much like Gen Xer’s do today.

Kids have a tendency to rebel against whatever their teachers are trying to instill in them, particularly if said teachers are a bunch of morons. But the generation that are currently students in universities or just graduating, kids born in the nineties in other words, that generation swallowed every lie that was fed to them.

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Real life has a habit of punching you in the face.

Growing up as boys we were taught not to hit girls, but the young ladies were also taught not to be silly and to avoid what was then known as shady situations. Of course, today if you suggest to a member of the wymens brigade that staggering drunk down a dark alley late at night might not be a good idea, you will be labelled as a hateful oppressor of her feminine somethings. I know, it doesn’t make much sense to me either, but hey, feminists.

I suppose another shady situation that would have been warned against in days of old might have been violent street protests. But kids these days – what are you gonna do?

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Canberra – your first world holiday destination.

President Trump sure is getting a lot done and he hasn’t even reached his first 100 days yet. This one in particular caught my eye.

President Trump signed an executive order instituting a federal hiring freeze, although there is an exemption for the military. A federal hiring freeze was the second point in President Trump’s “Contract with the American Voter.” During his inaugural address, the president said, “For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth.

There is another capital city in the world that is flourishing at the expense of a nation’s citizens, and that city is Canberra.

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He has risen.

This Easter, at a time when Christianity and our civilization is under attack by so many forces from without and within, take a moment to contemplate our traditions and their importance to our way of life and its very survival.

Sooner or later we are all going to have skin in the game, whether we like it or not. Which is probably just the way God intended it.

Happy Easter.

The wall can not be disobeyed.

I normally ignore silly clickbait articles from such reputable news outlets as the New York Post of all places. But “Why I won’t date hot women anymore” is just chock full of unintentional goodness. For a start we have Dan Rochkind, a 40 year old executive in private equity with a muscular build and a full head of hair who apparently could have anyone he wanted. Literally anyone.

I wonder what that’s like, being able to have anyone you want, like, literally. I’ll have to ask some of those ISIS slave dealers over in Iraq. What I presume Dan means is that he could have any vapid dollar chasing slut he wants. But surprise, surprise – Dan found that chasing these types of women led to conversations with people who are “flighty, selfish, and vapid”. I mean, whowoulddathoughit?

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Good Friday links and beauty.

A very good Good Friday to you all. May your Easter eggs be yummy goodness and never ever halal certified. This is the day that Christ demonstrated that he had skin in the game, as opposed to all those other pesky fake religious figures. It’s one thing to walk around saying you’re the son of God. It’s another entirely to get nailed to a cross in order to give it some credence. I’ve spent the week getting together some thoughtful reading material. As this is a holiday you should all have time for a bit of reading. So let’s get right to it.

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Go anywhere, young man.

I am getting more and more excited about Nicholas Taleb’s coming book, Skin in the Game. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Taleb, he is the author of Antifragile – Things that gain from disorder. I consider that book to be a must read for anyone who is serious about attempting to live their life in an individual manner. In other words, go and buy it now, noobfaces.

Taleb is releasing chapters from his new book on Medium. I don’t know if this is to drum up interest or to get feedback. I doubt that it is to get feedback as Taleb always seems to be a few steps in front of everyone else. His latest chapter release is titled Real life is risk taking.

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Podcast #44 – The United Airlines episode.

Don Rickles, feminists, and why that United Airlines passenger who got thrown off the plane should be a positive example for us all.


Defeat feminism by loving women.

Feminist women hate men. Their hate drives them to inflict their suffering on others. They desire for men to also hate women. But not ugly women like them. They want men to hate all women, particularly the pretty ones. In this way everyone will then share their world of hate; all of the men and all of the pretty women. Feminists are hateful and miserable and thus they want everyone else to feel the same way they do.

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