Monthly Archives: July 2015

The lesbians of the spinster bulge

Time magazine wrote: World War I virtually wiped out a generation of British males. The slaughter in the trenches claimed three-quarters of a million young Englishmen and helped produce the “spinster bulge” of the ’20s and ’30s, when Britain had … Continue reading

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I feel sympathy for your pain, but there’s nothing I can do to help

Very often, I listen to tedious stories of pain from people who want an infinite amount of sympathy and assistance. I often want to tell these people: “You have suffered. Your life has been unjust. I feel sad. I feel … Continue reading

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I love blogposts with good footnotes

I just started to skim a blogpost with the following footnotes: NOTES: [1] Mikhail Bakhtin, Rabelais and His World (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984, p. 10.) [2] Eric Zafran, Saturn and the Jews, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, … Continue reading

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Can libertarians ever condone world government?

You may recall that this blog was originally started to promote discussion of mediumship, afterlife research, and paranormal topics in the all-too-often anti-spiritual manosphere. In case you have forgotten, here a repost of the first-ever picture posted to this blog … Continue reading

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You should be reading the Manosphere and the Orthosphere

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