Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

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Podcast #73 – The Invasion Day episode.

The one where I wonder at the amazing news that tuba players get an invite to the Emmy awards.
Also, Invasion Day hatred in Australia, stone age mocking, and a bunch of other stuff.

The sins of the fathers.

A common feature of underdeveloped and clannish societies are feuds that can go on for hundreds of years across many generations, with nobody still living really understanding what they are fighting about. Western civilization, and particularly English cannon law, put a stop to this destructive practice by ennobling the radical idea that sons should not be responsible for the sins of their fathers.

This core tenet of the success of our civilization has become endangered in recent years with the systematic rise of identity politics through cultural Marxism, socialism, and progressivism. Because you are white you are supposedly guilty of having ‘privilege’ and thus you must atone, not for your sins, but for the unproven and undocumented sins of your fathers.

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The power of memes.

Memes are the propaganda of modern times. But more than that, memes are propaganda that the ordinary citizen is able to employ without even leaving their home. Memes were used by patriots in the run up to the American revolution, but they had to print the posters and then travel around the country putting them up while running the very real risk of being strung up.

The most effective meme of the last few years has been ‘cuck’ which is short for ‘cuckservative’, a cuckservative being a supposedly conservative individual who  supports progressive values such as immigration or feminism.

The term cuck has become so effective at enraging the left that they are now attempting to make it an epithet of pride. From CNN comes the article, Cuckholding can be positive for some couples, study says.

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The physical manifestation of the hot/crazy matrix.

Readers of this humble blog are probably familiar with the famous and scientifically verified “Hot/Crazy Matrix”. For those who haven’t seen it I’ll re-post it for you here. And for those who have seen it, you probably need to watch it again because us guys tend to forget important stuff like this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwbKYcBdVyk

Courtesy of David Thompson I discovered a Twitter feed that puts faces to this hypothesis. It’s called “Mugshot Baes”, and before you all ask what the hell baes means, apparently it’s one of those new fandangled words that the kids are using these days which translates roughly to babe but the kids nowadays are too exhausted to be bothered using entire words.

My choicest picks after the cut.

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Girls just wanna have fun.

I had a different post all set to go up today, but then Roissy had to go and spoil one of the few times that I had got my act together early. His piece is about misdirection and how the game aware man can flip the switch on girls who are aware of game terminology. To whit, what do you do if a girl accuses you of running game on her?

Well, you agree and amplify, of course.

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Friday hawt chicks & links – The Australia Day edition.

For all of you dim foreigners, today is Australia Day. On the 26th day of January 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet managed to leave their initial choice of Botany Bay, which might have been nice for bird watching but was a glorified shithole as regards to founding a colony, and beat up the coast against a very nasty breeze where they finally put in to Sydney Cove. It wasn’t just a close run thing as regards the weather; a couple of French naval vessels were skulking around and Phillip had to make sure that they got there first, which they did, but only just.
This was also a big day for the local aboriginal population. They were delivered from the awful hunger and grim reality of living in a literal Stone Age and got slapped with the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. As I write these words a bunch of their descendents and commie whites are protesting around Australia at the horrible fate of being given the curse of modern dentistry. I assume that when it all winds up they’ll go back to their homes with indoor plumbing and electricity as opposed to scrabbling in the dust for a twig to light a fire to cook a bunch of flies for dinner. Not to mention a nice cold beer.
Australia is a nation in so much as it has stable borders that it can control and defend and its people are beholden to the idea that their nation exists for a good reason. The first is true in name only; yes we’re surrounded by a bunch of great big oceans but these things called airliners bring in a quarter of a million immigrants a year, mostly from India and China. The second is true up until the point where the continual stream of arrivals outnumbers the locals. We’re not far off that point.
The following links haven’t got anything to do with Australia Day, I’m not that organised. But they will get your brain cells turning if you still have any left after drinking loads of beer in solidarity with us.

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Friday hawt chicks & links – The Australia Day edition.

For all of you dim foreigners, today is Australia Day. On the 26th day of January 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet managed to leave their initial choice of Botany Bay, which might have been nice for bird watching but was a glorified shithole as regards to founding a colony, and beat up the coast against a very nasty breeze where they finally put in to Sydney Cove. It wasn’t just a close run thing as regards the weather; a couple of French naval vessels were skulking around and Phillip had to make sure that they got there first, which they did, but only just.

This was also a big day for the local aboriginal population. They were delivered from the awful hunger and grim reality of living in a literal Stone Age and got slapped with the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. As I write these words a bunch of their descendents and commie whites are protesting around Australia at the horrible fate of being given the curse of modern dentistry. I assume that when it all winds up they’ll go back to their homes with indoor plumbing and electricity as opposed to scrabbling in the dust for a twig to light a fire to cook a bunch of flies for dinner. Not to mention a nice cold beer.

Australia is a nation in so much as it has stable borders that it can control and defend and its people are beholden to the idea that their nation exists for a good reason. The first is true in name only; yes we’re surrounded by a bunch of great big oceans but these things called airliners bring in a quarter of a million immigrants a year, mostly from India and China. The second is true up until the point where the continual stream of arrivals outnumbers the locals. We’re not far off that point.

The following links haven’t got anything to do with Australia Day, I’m not that organised. But they will get your brain cells turning if you still have any left after drinking loads of beer in solidarity with us.

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You hit back hard the very first time or never at all.

The reason Trump – a weapon, not a cure – scares the living sh*t out of the other side is because he doesn’t give a rusty fuck what the other side thinks of him, rabbit punches the sh*t out of them on their own media, and he’s immune to their disdain and catcalling.

That’s the she-et.

Trump doesn’t give a rusty fuck, it is true. But do we give a rusty fuck? Do you give a rusty fuck? We act all tough on the interwebs but it’s pretty well useless when the left has won and controls every aspect of our culture.

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The art of drinking at quota.

Skiing in the Alps for me is a prelude to the real joy of being high in the Italian mountains; eating marvelous food and drinking alcohol well before the clock has even got around to thinking about striking noon. The last week progressed roughly the same way every day. The good wife and I would stir in our bed around the time that our ski instructor neighbor had stomped down the stairs in his heavy boots to go to work. We were staying in the disused apartment of a friend who had kindly loaned it to us for the duration of our sojourn.

The apartment was marvelous. A huge vaulted ceiling in the main room as well as one of those nifty Tyrolean wood burning stoves made out of ceramic and stone; the type that have convoluted passages inside which the warm air is forced to slowly traverse. A fire lit in one of these babies will keep the place warm for a good eight hours. Lighting the fire was one of the first things that I did upon stumbling from the bed whilst scratching myself in unappealing places.

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Podcast #72 – The driving edition.

The one where I talk about the advantages of driving over flying.
Also, Italy is really in economic shit, why you should be able to go on a last minute skiing holiday, and much more.

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