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(Please see also link to older post at the bottom of this one.) Donald Trump:  Elon Musk: Mitt Romney:   Previously: Idiocracy Can Wait?
Some of you may have encountered a popular meme, shared by many celebrities and other people in the spotlight. Well in this post, I wanted to fix it just a bit: We've seen similar corrections to false PC memes, like the one at the left. But the above meme on the "racist brain" is clearly... Read More
The family is about to get a little bigger: Due February 29th(!) I've also updated my post: 200 Blog Posts – Everything You Need to Know (To Start) to incorporate the latest study on racial differences in brain surface topology. So you can see why (well, among many other reasons right now) I kindly ask... Read More
(Emphasis mine.) It’s safe to say that Rachel Dolezal never thought much about the endgame. You
I've been getting a lot of this lately, especially during the ongoing discussion about Nicholas Wade's A Troublesome Inheritance (like this joker here – or maybe some of my detractors at my now restored comment over at the Southern Poverty Law Center's hit piece). But let me tell you, it's hardly limited to that. You... Read More
Courtesy "misdreavus," "cold russian," and HBD which (correctly) responded "cold HBD for one am fully aware that a big part of the backlash against behavioral genetics and HBD (from both the Left and Right) comes because it clashes with the self concept of some people. One issue is the degree of "control" one feels one... Read More
Contra Italianthro's claims, I wanted to leave this here to show everyone that yes, I am Black. And yes, I do indeed have a White wife: And I am in fact quite proud of my Blackness and Jamaican heritage. (See About Me) That is my soon-to-arrive son's crib in the background, and a copy of... Read More
Don't let them know what hit 'em... Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours....
We are familiar with Colin Woodard's map of the American nations: Especially their divisions in the United States. Now, for completeness sake, here they are for Canada (based on a map from Wikipedia): Many of the nations that make up the United States continue into Canada. In many ways, Canada is essentially the U.S. without... Read More
This was on NBC Nightly News two nights ago: [gigya src="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640" width="500" height="300" FlashVars="launch=53617685&width=592&height=346" allowscriptaccess="always" allowFullScreen="true" wmode="transparent" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"] "The evidence would suggest that if one chooses nuts over other alternative foods, there is potentially a 20% improvement in mortality, which is quite striking." I'll say. Does this mean you have a 20% better chance... Read More
Or at least a Grumpy one...
After nearly two years, the shipwrecked Costa Concordia has finally been righted! [gigya src="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640" width="500" height="300" FlashVars="launch=53030510^290^134720&width=592&height=346" allowscriptaccess="always" allowFullScreen="true" wmode="transparent" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"] "A testament to what engineering can do" indeed. Make no mistake, we mean American (and others of Northern European – including likely Northern Italian) engineering: [gigya src="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640" width="500" height="300" FlashVars="launch=53019092^240^154290&width=592&height=346" allowscriptaccess="always" allowFullScreen="true" wmode="transparent"... Read More
So on tonight's (9/16/13) NBC Nightly News, they featured an interview with the chief medical officer of one the D.C. hospitals that received the victims of the Navy Yard shooting. She had this to say: [gigya src="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640" width="500" height="300" FlashVars="launch=53027300^42093^73230&width=592&height=346" allowscriptaccess="always" allowFullScreen="true" wmode="transparent" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash"] Good luck with that honey. Granted, she's a doctor who's... Read More
Sure, I'm not going to deny that I like Tarder Sauce, the Grumpy Cat. Or, I should say that I appreciate the memes that sprang up around this cat's...interesting likeness. I think I like these memes for the spirit of breaking things down. So here are my favorite memes featuring one apparently miserable cat: (For... Read More
To compliment HBD Chick's recent post on the topic, here you go. From Wikipedia: Number of guns per capita by country: Countries by rate of intentional homicides per 100,000 inhabitants: Just sayin'. See also: HBD Fundamentals: On the evolution of modern advanced civilized peoples Those Who Can See: Whence Afro criminality? (My comment at) HBD... Read More
We've got ourselves a Y-chromosome here... And of course, these are only fitting. I'd go straight to the classic John Williams version, but Hans Zimmer's recent treatment kind of grew on me, so I'm using both. These themes and the scenes in which they originate show something of where I am at with my impending... Read More
Just so you guys know that this expression which I stated that New Englanders use wasn't just bullshit. Taken this week by me in Maine: Gotta love those Puritan values. They (might) love you, but you'll always be a PFA.  
Someone took that advice... ;)
I'd be remiss to not give credit to two guys who have been a great inspiration to me and have helped to set me on my present Second only to getting at the truth, I think the desire to debunk bullshit is one of my primary motivations. While I've long been a critical thinker, Penn... Read More
Many commenters in the HBD world are claiming that one upside of the Boston bombings being perpetrated by Muslim Chechen immigrants is that it may shut down momentum for immigration amnesty that is currently under works. Perhaps it might. Perhaps discussion of the terrorists' acts might even spark conversation on the wisdom of immigration from... Read More
I've thought that this was an incredibly inspiring scene ever since I was young. Is it any wonder that now I talk about
You know who you
What Mainers really mean. Good Puritan values:
Instead, you just become trapped into one of these: A certain someone knows exactly what I'm talking about! :D
People have been asking if the Volkswagen Super Bowl ad featuring the White guys (and that one Asian dude) with the egregiously fake Jamaican accents was here's the opinion from an actual Jamaican(-American): it's not so much racist as it is stupid. The commercial would have been so much better if they had REAL Jamaican... Read More
-Anonymous.
Sure, there are a few inaccuracies (e.g., I'm not sure "Tsunami victims" is accurate for Melanesia; as well, my fiancée would argue that northern New England should be firmly in the "Drunks and Nothing" zone ;); and of course, for the British Isles, England at least leads the way in practicing the very opposite of... Read More
Yup, it's still there: Just sayin'
Because Samuel L. Jackson beats the hell out of David Hasselhoff:
Merry Christmas everyone from Maine! (The Maine Polar Express!)
From Tokyo: The World’s Most Uncomfortable Commute:
  Forgive the return of white-on-black text... :)
  Enjoy your Thanksgiving!
Ka'plah! Sorry, it doesn't come with a cloaking device:
A brilliant little photo, courtesy of commentor asdf (thanks!): Previously: HBD and Atheism and What if it’s not their fault? The myth of free will.
Just a quick note on this. Dennis Mangan recently posted an entry discussing a study done in Europe that showed, through cell phone records, that women over 45 spent more time talking with their oldest daughters. The study looked at records from one undisclosed European country. While I have some anecdotal support for this, I... Read More
By BENJAMIN RADFORD, Discovery News Jan. 22, 2012 A study followed nearly 20,000 students from kindergarten through the eighth grade in 1,000 public and private schools. The researchers examined the children's weight and found that in the eighth grade, 35.5 percent of kids in schools with junk food were overweight while 34.8 percent of those... Read More
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