Category Archives: philosophy

New Year’s Resolution: waste less time on pointless blogging!

Happy New Year! Blogging does do a little bit of good for some people. Blogging is not necessarily the most efficient or practical use of my time. Blogging has gotten to be such a habit that I doubt I could … Continue reading

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I wonder whether “BannedHipster” used to be called “HipsterRacist”

I sometimes read blogs that remind me of 2013, of the old days of the “manosphere,” back when people were seriously listing the original version of this blog as “neoreactionary” and “manosphere.” I don’t know whether the original blogger had … Continue reading

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Try to love the sinner, try to hate the sin, and trust the chans more than takimag!

A bunch of people have remembered that Ferdinand Bardamu/Matt Forney still exists. I had not heard that name in a long time, but it turns out that his website is way more famous than this website. Here are the stats … Continue reading

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I claim that the destruction of human trafficking takes priority over ethnic nationalism (and I link to the full text of an important book)

I’m going to put some Don Quixote-themed tunes at the top, because this post is going to be quixotic (extremely idealistic; unrealistic and impractical) from start to finish. In reply to BMan. who wrote: I wish my blog was still … Continue reading

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The real way to lose is to grow addicted to fear – and other thoughts from the manosphere – part 2 of 2

Originally published 2014 Feb 05: Sunshine Mary has taken exception to Runs On Magic. http://sunshinemaryandthedragon.wordpress.com/2014/02/04/what-both-sexes-need-in-order-to-make-traditional-sex-roles-workable/ Runs On Magic wrote: I actually want children and family someday. As I see it now, the best strategy is to become high status, have … Continue reading

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