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  • Sailer doesn't hate Jews. He's adopted, and far as he can tell from looking in the mirror, he's probably half Jewish himself. What bugs him is the current hypocrisy he's seeing among a lot of Jews. If someone other than Jews mentions that AIPAC is a…
  • I remember telling you that Sailer considers himself a "citizenist." He has never said, to my knowledge, that whites should rule over other races.
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    in Jeffery Epstein Comment by Bill March 13
  • Fenomas, are you trying to maintain the most accurate model of reality that you can manage? If so, IQ is a useful tool. For instance the average Ashkenazi Jewish IQ is 112 (by one estimate). The average white IQ is 100 (by definition). The average b…
  • The United States pays a huge amount of money for education. If it isn't going to the teachers, that isn't the fault of the tax payers.
    in Headlines Comment by Bill March 2
  • I am back on my meds. The experiment worked for a while. I felt good without feeling so emotionally flattened. This month, however, the anxiety came back big time, and I haven't been able to keep it in control with just thinking and breathing. Oh, …
  • They had the entire Screen Gems song catalog to choose from. Davy Jones was a stage actor/singer before he became a Monkee.
  • Twenty Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Tulsi Gabbard
  • Why Are These Professional War Peddlers Still Around?
  • @fenomas said: I'm not just ignoring your comments, he said, before repeating himself and ignoring their comments. I was going to respond more completely, but you clearly indicated that you weren't interested.
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 15
  • @Clme said: Pretty strange for them to put that on a magazine that came out during the middle of Black History Month, even if it is dated March on the cover. Does no one see how that may be a bit... insensitive at least? Or are we just complet…
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 14
  • We are talking years of organized vitriol that doesn't go through the formality of being true.
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 14
  • No, I think you guys are missing the sheer vitriol of the reactions, and I think Fenomas is buying into the anti-white male nonsense. There has been a great deal of hate aimed at white men my entire life. I don't have time to go into it this morn…
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 14
  • I doubt if Trump would spend any political capital on the issue, but I also doubt he would veto it if Congress passed such a law.
  • I guess it's well known in California that she was his girlfriend for awhile and that he helped her out politically. Anyway, make sure you check out the video, if you haven't.
  • Medical Cannabis Laws and Opioid Analgesic Overdose Mortality in the United States, 1999-2010 The United States is collectively mad, but we do show occasional glimmers of sanity. My state, Michigan, legalized cannabis last election.
  • @Bill said: Esquire cover featuring white, middle-class 'American boy' sparks backlash: 'How is this real?' "Esquire" Puts Haven Monahan on Its Cover, Whole Woke World Goes Berserk Sailor is the great unacknowledged humorist of our tim…
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 13
  • In Today's Edition of "My Unkind Abuse of Senator Kamala Harris"
  • Esquire cover featuring white, middle-class 'American boy' sparks backlash: 'How is this real?'
    in Steaming Ass Comment by Bill February 12
  • Hmmm, Pelham, Ontario. Looking it up, I see that it's close to the Welland Canal. You ever go over there to watch the ships? When I was a kid, my parents and I stayed at a campground near the canal a couple of times, although it probably was clos…
  • It went subzero here, too, and I haven't left the house. I probably won't tomorrow, either.
  • Modern Times: The Way of All Flesh (1997) Full documentary by Adam Curtis Mostly about the disaster caused when the HeLa cell line contaminated just about every other line of human cell cultures.
    in Documentaries Comment by Bill January 16
  • @Clme said: Is art political if the message the viewer takes from the art is political, or is it only political if the artist intended it to be? I think it's political or politically adjacent no matter what you do. Humans are social anima…
  • @Rufus said: Any art that expresses or depicts an opinion (on anything) is inherently political, even if it is not (on the surface) a political opinion. Anything that adds to, alters, influences or defines the vernacular has a political affect...…
  • @fenomas said: False. Negotiating the Curve Sailer vs. Taleb on Bell Curves, Race, and IQ Taleb on Fat Tony vs. Dr. John Taleb: "IQ Is Largely a Pseudosc…
  • He Played Handball For Australia's Men's Team. Now Transgender, He's Dominating Women's Handball. Judging from the picture, what they mean by handball and what Americans mean by handball are two different things.
    in 8=======D Comment by Bill December 2018
  • It's a way for people who like to believe they are being discriminated against to keep score.
    in 8=======D Comment by Bill December 2018
  • The Peter Grant series by Ben Aaronovitch The Alex Verus series by Benedict Jacka The Laundry Files by Charles Stross The Strange Death of Europe by Douglas Murray
    in Anglophile Comment by Bill December 2018
  • It has influence at universities.
    in 8=======D Comment by Bill December 2018
  • It's a joke making fun of modern discrimination theory, which is insane.
    in 8=======D Comment by Bill December 2018