Monthly Archives: September 2011

Reconsidering Sexual Repression

Science Fiction Author and Blogger Eric S. Raymond has a post up on Reconsidering Sexual Repression. Basically his point is that we will likely have to give up two of the following three things: family formation, sexual equality (women equal … Continue reading

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Netflix and the Big Mistake

Way back in the 1980’s, before he was a washed up politician, Arnold Schwarzenegger made a career out of spouting corny one liners. In perhaps the greatest (Arnold movie anyway) movie ever made, “the Last Action Hero,” Arnold told Claudius … Continue reading

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TV’s New Fall Season: Hollywood’s Sidebet

The Washington Times has a post up about TV’s New Fall Season and how it consists of mean women and weak men. To summarize the story (go ahead, read the whole thing), men are mostly weak and loserish, unless they … Continue reading

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A New Hollywood Creative Paradigm?

Hollywood is still mostly trapped in its view of itself and society. A stale, 1960’s era view of themselves as the good enlightened, struggling against a repressive, McCarthyist people and populace. A group of the true saved enlightened saints, against … Continue reading

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Pinker’s Violence Fantasy: the Truth About War and Violence in the Post Cold War Age

The WSJ’s article by Steven Pinker Why Violence is Vanishing illustrates the desperate nature of Liberals and the Modern Western Society (which is profoundly Liberal in the modern, PC sense). Wanting desperately to believe that there is no more reason … Continue reading

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Mr. EBT and the Death of the Welfare State

One of the most fascinating things about the internet is how it collapses different cultures, events, and people into an “endless now” entirely outside the mainstream media’s attempt to edit and control the news that people receive. The video on … Continue reading

Posted in culture, drudge, internet, more, welfare, youtube | 33 Comments

Nintendo’s Best Bet: Kid Friendly E-Readers

Nintendo’s DS with 3-D is a failure. Fears by parents (who buy the things, after all) over seizures and the like limited its sales. Another round of price cuts from $249 to $169, have failed to boost sales. Nintendo has … Continue reading

Posted in books, e-readers, men, more, nintendo, women | 9 Comments