Our Men Want Books (by Goodrich and Sutton), not brine shrimp


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The illustrious B’Man has reminded me that everyone ought to read the books of Goodrich, one of which is available

here.

I have not yet begun to read Goodrich, because I have been looking into Sutton’s treatise, which is available at the predictable webpage.

Note that several older pages have been reorganized under the “Hist” menu, including some anthropologists, such as:

https://vultureofcritique.wordpress.com/hist/20th-century-historians/robert-carneiro/

and

https://vultureofcritique.wordpress.com/hist/20th-century-historians/david-graeber/

and of course, by now, everyone has read:

https://vultureofcritique.wordpress.com/hist/20th-century-historians/john-bagot-glubb-the-fate-of-empires/

Other anthropologically relevant historical info (regarding Unwin’s findings) is available at:

https://vultureofcritique.wordpress.com/sex/article-by-danielle-lussier-educational-guidance-institute-sexual-restraint-and-social-energy-in-diverse-cultures-the-findings-of-j-d-unwin/

And I was going to apologize for my poor spam control and slow comment approval, but they web browser was just crashed by another spammer trying to sell brine shrimp as “sea monkeys,” which over-wrote my courteous apology.
seamonkeys

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