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    From the Los Angeles Times: But the important thing is that Mr. Alvarez-Villegas stay united with his family.
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  • From the Ventura County Star: Santa Paula, CA is an 80% Hispanic farm town perhaps best known for the David Spade movie Joe Dirt being filmed there.
  • @Buzz Mohawk
    Yes, "Hungarian."

    In 1956 the real Hungarians overthrew his friends, who were lording over them and making their lives miserable, but their friend Stalin crushed that uprising with tanks and torture.

    Stalin died in 1953 you know . Khrushchev was First Secretary of the Communist party from 1953 to 1964 .

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    Thanks. Sorry about that. Soviet army.
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  • From the Center for Immigration Studies: High-Skill Immigrants in Low-Skill Jobs By Jason Richwine on July 12, 2018 Jason Richwine, PhD, is an independent public policy analyst based in Washington, D.C., and a contributing writer at National Review. Highly educated immigrants, meaning those who arrive with a college degree or more, often find that their...
  • @22pp22
    I have a geology degree that I did as a hobby in later life. Geology wants to be a hard science, but there are lots of people pushing to make it a soft science.

    Even within Western countries, not all geology degrees are the same. A weak one requires little or no mathematics. A strong one requires Fourier analysis an Laplace transforms.

    In my former incarnation as a humanities lecturer, it used to frustrate me that all A-levels have to be treated as of equal difficulty.

    When I was assessing students for university entrance, I often found music qualifications were the most reliable guide.

    I think the oil companies employ a lot of Geologists .

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    I reckon water companies employ more but the really well-paid jobs are in oil and mineral exploration.
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  • From the Washington Post: Why a nation is not like a house or a club – and why the difference matters for debates over immigration By Ilya Somin August 6, 2017 If you follow debates over immigration, it is hard to avoid arguments for restrictionism that analogize a nation to a house or a club....
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  • From the New York Times op-ed column: So maybe the wealthy Spain of today should pay a little higher fraction of its defense than the poor Spain of 1978? A European who visited Trump recently tells me he was shocked by two things: the president’s venom against European allies that don’t buy enough American goods...
  • @donut
    Hey Sailer , have you thought about putting Saguaros in your yard ? I bet you could raise them in that climate .

    You wanker , why post my question w/o an answer . Commie f**k .

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  • Not the other guy with the name that also begins with K but is harder to spell. Nor the lady with the name that sounds like it begins with K but is actually a C. Check back periodically for more insightful insights into the spelling of the names of Supreme Court contenders from, apparently, a...
  • It makes no difference who Trump picks . It’s over , fall back and regroup . Only a fool would think we could even hold what we’ve got .

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  • From the New York Times op-ed column: So maybe the wealthy Spain of today should pay a little higher fraction of its defense than the poor Spain of 1978? A European who visited Trump recently tells me he was shocked by two things: the president’s venom against European allies that don’t buy enough American goods...
  • You’re a troll Sailer .

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  • Hey Sailer , have you thought about putting Saguaros in your yard ? I bet you could raise them in that climate .

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    You wanker , why post my question w/o an answer . Commie f**k .
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  • Do you ever get the impression that the standards for being considered "innovative" in the San Francisco Bay Area really aren't all that high? From the San Jose Mercury-News: The tech industry is bringing America 1975 Leningrad levels of domestic c
  • Maybe they could look to the Maritime industry as a model . At my last job we (the unlicensed) worked 60 days on and 37 off w/pay . The company paid transportation to and from your home , the food was good , we each had our own stateroom . We wanted to work 12 hour days because OT . I never minded the schedule . The company could write off the room and board and travel . You could live wherever you liked but you only got reimbursed to the nearest US airport . I knew guys who lived in Mexico , Honduras and Costa Rico .

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  • From the New York Times: Alternatively, World War I and II could be conceived of as disasters brought about by imperialism: e.g., "You invaded Poland." Norway’s foreign minister, Halvard M. Lange, compared Europe at that moment to the early American colonies: separate blocs that, in time, would cast off their autonomy and identities to form...
  • “But its founding leaders had something larger in mind.”

    Who are they ?

    Displacing the founding fathers .

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  • C'mon, ACLU, think big! Instead of just funding more Starbucks-style Diversity Sensitivity Training, we need legislation making it illegal for whites to call the cops on blacks. Let's dream of a future for our grandchildren like this: We could call it The Above-the-Law Law. Here would be a good spokesman for the Above-the-Law Law: Bob...
  • @donut
    It's ominous :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEF6IOisd5E

    When CNN finally had to announce to their viewers that Trump won this is the background music they used . Subsequently coal consumption and soy milk consumption surged .

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  • Is wearing a sombrero a symbol of solidarity, cultural appropriation, or political incorrectness? In America, fraternities and sororities are constantly getting disciplined for throwing margarita-themed parties where guests wear sombreros, but how is a Lord Mayor supposed to be up to date on such refinements? It appears that the huge number of Mexican fans who...
  • @Big Bill
    SIU?

    Me ? No , I believe the “Marine Electric” crew was NMU but you could check . The Third Mate , one of the three survivors , wrote a very readable account of the sinking . One chilling part was the captain ( the relief captain) had ordered abandon ship and the Third Mate was going down the outside ladder when the engine room called on the radio to ask if they were finished with engines . The mate got out no more than “what are you guys doing down there still?” and the ship capsized . It may be warm down there but f**k that I want to die with the sky above me . At least I’ll know which way is up .

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  • From the NYT: Kind of strange. A lot of Australian predators, such as the now extinct Tasmanian tiger/wolf, have been wiped out by more competitive outsiders. Yet, presumably New World dogs were descended from hardy Siberian mammoth hunters' dogs.
  • @art guerrilla
    1. overweight pugs *might* qualify as dog-like, but it would usually take 2 of them smooshed together to make a real dog... seriously, if you don't get a dog that weighs AT LEAST 25-30 lbs, then just admit you are a cat person and get one...
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    nothing wrong with being a cat person... other than cats have 250 million cortical neurons vs dogs 430 million... but I don't judge... (nature is a bitch, though)
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    the more you know...
    (the less you want a canine-rodent hybrid)

    Blasphemer .

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  • @donut
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vST6hVRj2A

    20 years at sea I never feared the ocean I mocked it threats "f**k you , take me " . I dedicated my life to Poseidon and he is my guardian and savior . And though death comes to us all man , Pug and bunny Poseidon , not Christ will see me off . I have a faith mock it as you will .

    This is just a thread in the tapestry that the white man has woven . Fierce , aggressive , brave and careless of life our ancestors were heroes .

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  • From the NYT: Kind of strange. A lot of Australian predators, such as the now extinct Tasmanian tiger/wolf, have been wiped out by more competitive outsiders. Yet, presumably New World dogs were descended from hardy Siberian mammoth hunters' dogs.
  • @donut
    The Pug as we have determined beyond all doubt is the most noble of beasts . Loyal , brave , courageous . Loving to all that approach him he is fearless if his temper is aroused . My own little guy , Rudy , once drove back two standard sized poodles who were coming for him . As God created man in his own image so His Son was created In the image of the Pug . Only w/o the curly tail that marks him as divine . Now post this bitch , the Pug that knows no fear commands it mortal .When the Pagan gods arrived on Olympus the PUG was there to welcome them , having driven out the Titans by him self .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUki2-kzJO0

    Where is the like button on that ?

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    Everybody likes donuts!
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  • Miserable cur to flee your fate is to embrace it . Only tragedy ennobles a mans life . Even the Gods are moved .

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  • @donut
    The Pug as we have determined beyond all doubt is the most noble of beasts . Loyal , brave , courageous . Loving to all that approach him he is fearless if his temper is aroused . My own little guy , Rudy , once drove back two standard sized poodles who were coming for him . As God created man in his own image so His Son was created In the image of the Pug . Only w/o the curly tail that marks him as divine . Now post this bitch , the Pug that knows no fear commands it mortal .When the Pagan gods arrived on Olympus the PUG was there to welcome them , having driven out the Titans by him self .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUki2-kzJO0

    Now you’re just being stubborn . I never meant to be bad to you but it turns out that is my métier . To love is to suffer .

    I liked this song once . Do you the the JEW sow is happy with streets paved with turds ?

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    Calm yourself and take your meds, another major stroke and we may lose you!
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  • The Pug as we have determined beyond all doubt is the most noble of beasts . Loyal , brave , courageous . Loving to all that approach him he is fearless if his temper is aroused . My own little guy , Rudy , once drove back two standard sized poodles who were coming for him . As God created man in his own image so His Son was created In the image of the Pug . Only w/o the curly tail that marks him as divine . Now post this bitch , the Pug that knows no fear commands it mortal .When the Pagan gods arrived on Olympus the PUG was there to welcome them , having driven out the Titans by him self .

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    Now you're just being stubborn . I never meant to be bad to you but it turns out that is my métier . To love is to suffer .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDpPoytXVvo

    I liked this song once . Do you the the JEW sow is happy with streets paved with turds ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1b8AhIsSYQ
    , @donut
    Where is the like button on that ?
    , @art guerrilla
    1. overweight pugs *might* qualify as dog-like, but it would usually take 2 of them smooshed together to make a real dog... seriously, if you don't get a dog that weighs AT LEAST 25-30 lbs, then just admit you are a cat person and get one...
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    nothing wrong with being a cat person... other than cats have 250 million cortical neurons vs dogs 430 million... but I don't judge... (nature is a bitch, though)
    .
    2. um, hate to break this to you, but perhaps you don't know real dogs: 'big' dogs are not generally 'afraid' of little yipyap dogs, they have a fairly strong natural instinct NOT to kill -what to them- is a stupid, overly-aggressive puppy... THAT is why nasty, canine-rodent hybrids (AKA lapdogs), 'intimidate' big dogs: the big dogs are deferring to what they perceive as puppies...
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    the more you know...
    (the less you want a canine-rodent hybrid)
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    Pugs are annoying as hell
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  • Is wearing a sombrero a symbol of solidarity, cultural appropriation, or political incorrectness? In America, fraternities and sororities are constantly getting disciplined for throwing margarita-themed parties where guests wear sombreros, but how is a Lord Mayor supposed to be up to date on such refinements? It appears that the huge number of Mexican fans who...
  • When all but three of the crew of the “Marine Electric” died in a February storm off the Virginia capes we were in the same storm a hundred miles north . The bridge heard their SOS , too far away and too late . We saw the ships blood in the water later . None of you fuckers give a shit about seamen except seamen and there are none among you who have witnessed nature in all it’s bitch rage nor in all it’s majestic glory , at night the spell is cast . And I say that one night of natures glory is worth a life . But being spared by the gods I will die the death of a miserable landsman as will you all .

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  • From the NYT: "Wealthiest neighborhoods" -- really? I guess the geography of wealth in NYC is extremely obscure, which was not my impression from the hundreds of movies and TV shows I've seen that have been set in NYC. Who knew th
  • @myself

    The old Gods live and they bide their time
     
    Fascinating choice of words. Could you speak more plainly - I don't quite get the meaning, nor connection to the topic.

    My answer was not meant to be rude or snarky . The old gods live , and they will return to settle accounts .

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  • @donut
    Pass this Sailer . Has he said something wrong ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=Bn7qry9wCAk

    What has he said that is not true ? A voice from the original EU .

    What the f**k is your problem with this you commie ?

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  • Fuckin’ Sailer . He just stumbles off to bed when he gets sleepy . That is why we lost the war bitch . Your bunny died for a noble cause . How do we think of them , those dumb animals ? They have nobility , courage , loyalty and all the virtues we admire by their nature . We , humans while we are driven by lust and greed pretend to approach the dignity of a dumb animal . A rabbit scurrying into the high grass is better than all of the BS claims to nobility that humanity makes for itself . Socrates sought truth and died for it , so they tell us . But the truth that he searched for he could have found at his feet if he cared to look . He was no hero except in his death .

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  • 20 years at sea I never feared the ocean I mocked it threats “f**k you , take me ” . I dedicated my life to Poseidon and he is my guardian and savior . And though death comes to us all man , Pug and bunny Poseidon , not Christ will see me off . I have a faith mock it as you will .

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    This is just a thread in the tapestry that the white man has woven . Fierce , aggressive , brave and careless of life our ancestors were heroes .
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  • I’ve got cancer . Big deal , it’s door number one to me . Shit I’ll take it . We have no choice in how we die , okay , except once you have handed over your fate to the doctors , the cutters , their promises are as meaningless as the promises you made to get some pussy . The Dr.s suggest they will fend off death but with the best of intentions all they can deliver is a bill and more misery . Fuckit man , it appears life has offered me a choice and I will grasp it . Not even Steve lives forever . Who in their right mind would want to ?

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    Hey, I hope you aren’t serious. Hope you are ok Donut.
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  • Hey Steve , get on the job Negro and pass my posts . And not just this one BTW . You can always backpedal and deny me as Christ was denied .

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  • @donut
    Pass this Sailer . Has he said something wrong ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=Bn7qry9wCAk

    What has he said that is not true ? A voice from the original EU .

    “Something marvelous” . And what do we dream of ? A quiet little place ?

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  • I have just spent a couple of days in New York City. Returning to Virginia on Wednesday morning, I had a somewhat strange experience. I cleared through my emails before leaving the hotel and also read through a number of the featured news articles. One, in particular, caught my eye. It described how the Democratic...
  • @Rurik

    Israel is a place where conventional morality has been replaced by a theocratically and culturally driven sense of entitlement which has meant that anything goes when it comes to the treatment of inferior Christian and Muslim Arabs. It also means that the United States is being played for a patsy by people who believe themselves to be superior in every way to Americans.
     
    [my emphasis]

    But it sounds almost like Mr. G made a not-so-veiled reference to 'Jewish supremacists'.

    Which I think should perhaps become part of our lexicon, since we all know Jews of good and virtuous character, and we certainly don't want to malign them, even if they do identify as 'Jews', no?

    And many of these Jewish supremacists are Zionists, but then some aren't.

    So as a way to distinguish between everyday and inoffensive Jews, vs. their tribal cousins who consider themselves superior (chosen), then I wonder if 'Jewish supremacists' is a valid and useful term.

    Just having an affinity for one's fellow ethnics is not, I would posit supremacist. Whereas believing that you and your people are favored by God - is.

    Even more so if a Jewish supremacist is also a Zionist (as it's practiced today), would mean a doubly whammy of contemptibility, IMHO.

    so many Jews are admirable..

    http://celebmafia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/natalie-portman-christian-dior-show-paris-fashion-week-9-30-2016-1.jpg

    that I wonder if 'supremacist' is a useful notation to distinguish from them, and the ones in the photo at the top of this article.

    also want to add, as others did, my appreciation for this particular post

    http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/feeding-the-monster/#comment-2402514

    She’s an actress for Christ’s sake , one step above a whore .

    Good enough company for English “royalty” .

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    She’s an actress for Christ’s sake , one step above a whore .
     
    there are crack whores who I'd consider a thousand times more noble than your typical DC politician.

    and the fact that actresses (like actors) are generally vapid dolts, is even more reason to admire one with integrity, no?

    Within days of her decision to protest Israel's human rights atrocities, she was being cruelly mocked on SNL for her temerity.

    So, anyways I admired her for that. Being a Jewish actress in Hollywood with the nads to stand up to the all-powerful Zio-scum, was impressive to me.

    (And, I occasionally like to pepper my posts with images, as I feel it adds to the tone and character of a thread, if done so in moderation).

    Speaking of actresses being down on the list of people to listen to, I was just talking about Bono the U2 singer on another thread, and that little turd goes around lecturing the people of the planet with his flatulence du jour, which is actually painful to listen to, for sheer globohomo shitlibism.

    I'd rather look at the actress than listen to Bono *talk* (lecture, scold, virtue signal) on his best day.

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  • @Carlton Meyer
    Philip Giraldi is daring. I found this video clip of him physically attacking the monster AIPAC.

    https://i.giphy.com/media/l3q2NoJWfSClRdgcg/giphy-downsized-large.gif

    That is funny . Maybe he can bell the cat .

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  • Although my main academic focus was theoretical physics, I always had a very strong interest in history as well, especially that of the Classical Era. Trying to extract the true pattern of events from a collection of source material that was often fragmentary, unreliable, and contradictory was a challenging intellectual exercise, testing my analytical ability....
  • @donut
    ersian wars , the Athenian Empire and Magna Grecia . For 19th cent. America 1857 by Kenneth Stamp is good . Then as now a lot of the countries problems were caused by do gooder radicals in Brooklyn and Boston . No Jews BTW . Also Mr. Speaker , I forget the author a biography of "Czar" Reed .

    But hey , we’re all citizens of buttf**k nation now.

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  • The Statue of Liberty's crown was closed to visitors from 1916 to 2009. Why? From Wikipedia, here's one of the loudest but least celebrated incidents in American history: Black Tom explosion Date July 30, 1916 The Black Tom explosion on July 30, 1916, in Jersey City, New Jersey, was an act of sabotage by German...
  • @donut
    You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared . It's an easy question nitwit .

    Clyde thinks I am a troll and while it’s true I lurk under bridges and devour the careless tender lambs I am not trolling anybody here .

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  • @tyrone
    Can't a guy grieve for his bunny in peace ?

    I’m all for grieving in piece . you feel me ? But I was concerned when Steve was researching those bunny recopies a few years ago .

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  • @donut
    Yes , I Too am fascinated by the Classical world , the Greco=P

    ersian wars , the Athenian Empire and Magna Grecia . For 19th cent. America 1857 by Kenneth Stamp is good . Then as now a lot of the countries problems were caused by do gooder radicals in Brooklyn and Boston . No Jews BTW . Also Mr. Speaker , I forget the author a biography of “Czar” Reed .

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    ersian wars , the Athenian Empire and Magna Grecia . For 19th cent. America 1857 by Kenneth Stamp is good . Then as now a lot of the countries problems were caused by do gooder radicals in Brooklyn and Boston . No Jews BTW . Also Mr. Speaker , I forget the author a biography of "Czar" Reed .
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  • The Statue of Liberty's crown was closed to visitors from 1916 to 2009. Why? From Wikipedia, here's one of the loudest but least celebrated incidents in American history: Black Tom explosion Date July 30, 1916 The Black Tom explosion on July 30, 1916, in Jersey City, New Jersey, was an act of sabotage by German...
  • @duncsbaby
    It's long past time to get your own floppy-eared friend & focus all your caring energy onto it instead of building up imaginary resentments from a guy you've never met.

    Resent Steve ? Not a chance .

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  • @Chrisnonymous
    I'm glad I'm not the only iSteve reader with a drinking problem...

    I don’t have a drinking problem my liver does .

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  • From Quillette: She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity by Carl Zimmer—A Review written by Gregory Cochran Published on July 1, 2018 comments 42 ... The real problem with this book is that, to Zimmer and many other people, genetics itself is the enemy. The facts, not the discipline, particularly...
  • @JohnnyWalker123
    Sorry.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGLR25EJtfE

    Good song , one of my favorites .

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  • I finally watched the DC superhero movie Wonder Woman and it was pretty good. The Ancient Greek island of temples and waterfalls was nice. And the idea of using German WWI General Ludendorff as the proto-Nazi bad guy was clever. Ludendorff gave Lenin the idea that War Socialism was a good way to run an...
  • I saw a picture of Wonder Woman back in the 80′s , she had hips and tits . She was truly a wonder .

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  • @Almost Missouri
    So, was donut sort of a Tiny Duck 1.0?

    You might say that but I couldn’t comment .

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  • Oh man what has he said that you don’t agree with ? This deep draft of fresh air , this cri de coeur . To be reasonable in the current life and death struggle is to be weak .

    We are driven like sheep . Democracy is worn out for the time being . For good actually . might makes right The REAL right , the monster , must rise and devour our racial enemies . We can rend our hearts over the dead bodies of our enemies later , but lets not . Each one that dies is a score for our side . Nothing has changed , claws and talons that can rend and tear the weak will thrive . The nature of every man is to be a predator . A true god would encourage this . The might makes right .

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  • Hey Negro ! Did you bury your bunny with dignity ? The love of a dumb animal can lend some dignity to our lives .To care for another creature with no thought of a reward will draw unlooked for things …

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  • Asshole I made some funnies , post them bitch .

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    I'm glad I'm not the only iSteve reader with a drinking problem...
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  • Who can deny that the Pug is the most noble of the beasts ? Fearless , loyal , intelligent . All the qualities of a king . My little guy was ferocious . And occasionally charmed some foolish female into my web .

    You might miss out on some good tunes as well :

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    Brian Jones was not a very good guitar player, to be honest. Mick Taylor by contrast was a virtuoso, but didn't fit the Stones, and Jeff Beck decided not to join, which in retrospect was probably good though he is probably the best of his era. Ronnie Wood fits the Stones like Donnie Wahlberg's what fits Jenny McCarthy's where. (According to her.)

    Mick Taylor has never really found a home since.


    It's rumored that he's said that had Big Little Miss Muffett asked him he would have joined her ensemble. Smarter than Mick Jones, he is. Of course, she wouldn't have thunk to ask.
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  • The old Gods keep strict accounts . Their judgement is impartial . One indifferent deed can lead to salvation or hell . Each moment deep down there is a choice and each of us recognizes it . What will we choose ?

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  • @Luke Lea
    "You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared . It’s an easy question nitwit ."

    Maybe time to retire donut? He's trolled enough.

    I have never trolled Sailer . He knows that . I just post that shit . He’s a good guy and he obviously has a sense of humor . And he will never let a brother go too far .

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  • Maryland is hot and humid , you feel me Negro ? Like the jungle with it’s savage blood thirsty hungers . N88gers you know ? I am losing interest in the white man’s future . We where equipped with all that we needed but a minority of mud people have the whip hand now .

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  • Have you been reduced to clickbait Sailer ? Is that what it has come to ? Sailor beware of the Bight of Benin there’s few that come out though many go in .

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    You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared . It's an easy question nitwit .

    Oh , real funny asshole .

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  • One of the most interesting but least discussed aspects of French economist Thomas Piketty's bestseller Capital in the 21st Century is Piketty's conspiracy theory that magazine lists of rich people, such as the Forbes 400, are basically propaganda to make it look like rich people tend to be entrepreneurs, when Piketty's r>g theory proves instead...
  • @Rosamond Vincy
    His justice is tempered with mercy.

    That is just an arrow from the “do gooders” sling . You read that but what does it mean ? You are there and I am here . What “random” complicated set of circumstances brought us together here ? And all the others . I would like to ponder that . But only after all my enemies are dead . And their spilt blood is nourishing the soil and the crops of my home .

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  • You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared . It’s an easy question nitwit .

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    Oh , real funny asshole .
    , @Luke Lea
    "You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared . It’s an easy question nitwit ."

    Maybe time to retire donut? He's trolled enough.
    , @Anon

    You know Sailer , you f**k , I asked about your bunny because I cared
     
    His bunny? he wont even do a proper obituary on The Legendary Paul Walker. :(
    , @Almost Missouri
    So, was donut sort of a Tiny Duck 1.0?
    , @tyrone
    Can't a guy grieve for his bunny in peace ?
    , @duncsbaby
    It's long past time to get your own floppy-eared friend & focus all your caring energy onto it instead of building up imaginary resentments from a guy you've never met.
    , @22pp22
    Does that mean anything in American English? It makes no sense to me. Please translate.
    , @donut
    Clyde thinks I am a troll and while it's true I lurk under bridges and devour the careless tender lambs I am not trolling anybody here .
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  • I have just spent a couple of days in New York City. Returning to Virginia on Wednesday morning, I had a somewhat strange experience. I cleared through my emails before leaving the hotel and also read through a number of the featured news articles. One, in particular, caught my eye. It described how the Democratic...
  • ““No state or entity is absolved of mass shootings of protesters.” BS . I absolve the White man of all his sins .

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  • One of the most interesting but least discussed aspects of French economist Thomas Piketty's bestseller Capital in the 21st Century is Piketty's conspiracy theory that magazine lists of rich people, such as the Forbes 400, are basically propaganda to make it look like rich people tend to be entrepreneurs, when Piketty's r>g theory proves instead...
  • @donut
    Black Pigeon and Jordan Peterson are are windbags . For all their BS they are still on youtube .

    Could it be that the donut is a wind bag too ?

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  • From the New York Times Opinion section on old iSteve subject Neymar Jr., the transracial Brazilian soccer superstar: Is Neymar Black? Brazil and the Painful Relativity of Race Ever since his “It’s not like I’m black, you know?” comment, Neymar has served as a focal point in the country’s cultural reckoning with racism, whitening, identity...
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    I think Cindy has to pee .

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  • @myself

    The old Gods live and they bide their time
     
    Fascinating choice of words. Could you speak more plainly - I don't quite get the meaning, nor connection to the topic.

    The topic is “the basic issue” . No , I can’t speak more plainly . Nor do I .

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  • Hey Sailer ! I was serious about your bunny and your lawn . Bunnies don’t live that long so he’s probably dead , God rest his little soul . But what about the lawn ? You live in a desert . Turn over the grass put down sand and plant some cacti . What’s the range of the Saguaro ? I just checked . A few stray plants have been found in SE Ca. You know the Saguaro is protected , right ? You could be some kind of local hero . You know “cacti are people too”. You can make up a brochure , oh , and use that sad sack picture you’ve got down there on the right . You are the face of the Saguaro cactus ” help me California” .

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  • Creation is indifferent to our fate . Only we attach any importance to it . Our prayers are not heard . Existence is what it is , an empty belly . But being of this Creation we might after billions of years start to stir in our sleep .

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  • The donut once spent eternity in eternity . A test I could not face . God rescued me from arrogant folly . I was grateful . But now I wonder was God compassionate or weak ?

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    His justice is tempered with mercy.
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  • Latin American farmworkers are nice people, I'm sure, but when they come to America they start at the rock bottom of the class system and basically only move up when some newer farmworkers are imported to take their jobs as they move on to, say, working in warehouses and the like. Yeah, their kids move...
  • @Olorin
    You mean POTUS? Or DJT?

    If POTUS, that's just another bit of acronymizing. Shortcutting.

    If DJT, there's no need to spell out the name of a man whose very silhouette is as recognizable as that of Washington or Lincoln--as we used to cut them out of black construction paper in 1st grade in the days before they, and not a Communist degenerate plagiarist preacher, had named national holidays.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/rZPhWRhzGaA/maxresdefault.jpg

    Not sure that reflects on "the Republic" at all. JFK was called that back in the day, ditto DDE.

    No . I was thinking that the first president that I know of who was commonly referred to by his initials : Teddy Roosevelt was TR . Then FDR , JFK , RMN , ETC. That sort of thing .

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    To die for a lost but noble cause is better than to live prevail in an ignoble one .

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  • @donut
    Black Pigeon and Jordan Peterson are are windbags . For all their BS they are still on youtube .

    Making the green .

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  • The Gods test man .

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  • Latin American farmworkers are nice people, I'm sure, but when they come to America they start at the rock bottom of the class system and basically only move up when some newer farmworkers are imported to take their jobs as they move on to, say, working in warehouses and the like. Yeah, their kids move...
  • @Olorin
    You mean POTUS? Or DJT?

    If POTUS, that's just another bit of acronymizing. Shortcutting.

    If DJT, there's no need to spell out the name of a man whose very silhouette is as recognizable as that of Washington or Lincoln--as we used to cut them out of black construction paper in 1st grade in the days before they, and not a Communist degenerate plagiarist preacher, had named national holidays.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/rZPhWRhzGaA/maxresdefault.jpg

    Not sure that reflects on "the Republic" at all. JFK was called that back in the day, ditto DDE.

    No ,

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  • What is the business of the Gods ?

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  • Black Pigeon and Jordan Peterson are are windbags . For all their BS they are still on youtube .

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    Making the green .
    , @donut
    Could it be that the donut is a wind bag too ?
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  • God is our servant . Not we His .

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  • From the NYT: "Wealthiest neighborhoods" -- really? I guess the geography of wealth in NYC is extremely obscure, which was not my impression from the hundreds of movies and TV shows I've seen that have been set in NYC. Who knew th
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    The old Gods live and they bide their time
     
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  • It turns out that President Trump conducted a highly competent campaign to reassure Justice Anthony Kennedy that, contrary to his portrayals in the media, he wouldn't nominate, say, Judge Judy to replace him. From the New York Times: Inside the White House’s Quiet Campaign to Create a Supreme Court Opening WASHINGTON — President Trump singled...
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  • Koreatown, west of Downtown Los Angeles on Wilshire Blvd., is a vastly prosperous highrise district. (Koreans were the favorite tenants of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. While the glamorous Lakers usually had Jack Nicholson in their first row of courtside seats, Clipper games usually featured courtside a lot of Big Renters from Pusan...
  • @other joe_mama
    He's never seen the "Hurry up and Buy!" scene from 'Don't be a Menace' apparently.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fb9M1e-cNc

    Full clip here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIk0abbYgXQ

    O’Bama’s sons ?

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  • King of Queens Joe Crowley is a 9-term Democratic Congressman from Queens who was seen as a successor to Nancy Pelosi whenever it is that her era finally grinds to a halt. But tonight he got smashed in the Democratic primary by a pretty young Puerto Rican socialist lady running on a platform of free...
  • Wynken, Blynken, and Nod one night
    Sailed off in a wooden shoe —
    Sailed on a river of crystal light,
    Into a sea of dew.
    “Where are you going, and what do you wish?”
    The old moon asked the three.
    “We have come to fish for the herring fish
    That live in this beautiful sea;
    Nets of silver and gold have we!”
    Said Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

    The old moon laughed and sang a song,
    As they rocked in the wooden shoe,
    And the wind that sped them all night long
    Ruffled the waves of dew.
    The little stars were the herring fish
    That lived in that beautiful sea —
    “Now cast your nets wherever you wish —
    Never afraid are we”;
    So cried the stars to the fishermen three:
    Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

    All night long their nets they threw
    To the stars in the twinkling foam —
    Then down from the skies came the wooden shoe,
    Bringing the fishermen home;
    ‘Twas all so pretty a sail
    it seemed
    As if it could not be,
    And some folks thought ’twas a dream they’d dreamed
    Of sailing that beautiful sea —
    But I shall name you the fishermen three:
    Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

    Wynken and Blynken are two little eyes,
    And Nod is a little head,
    And the wooden shoe that sailed the skies
    Is a wee one’s trundle-bed.
    So shut your eyes while mother sings
    Of wonderful sights that be,
    And you shall see the beautiful things
    As you rock in the misty sea,
    Where the old shoe rocked the fishermen three:
    Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.[2]

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  • “Quid est veritas?” Jesus answered him and Pilate , satisfied with Jesus’ answer went out again unto the Jews, and saith unto them, I find in him no fault at all.

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  • @Dave Pinsen
    A couple of relevant tweets:

    https://twitter.com/andrewfeinberg/status/1011347698820239360?s=21

    https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/1011803149911384064?s=21

    Wait a minute . Is this our president ?

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  • You’re making this shit up .

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    The two articles that Sailer has introduced today about this election almost look like a typical ZionCon "divide and conquer" operation. It is all about divisive race-based ethnic competition with nary a word about one of the most outstanding pro-American positions taken by Ocasio-Cortez.

    NY insurgent who said ‘Dems can’t be silent anymore’ about Palestine clips AIPAC poodle in primary shocker
    http://mondoweiss.net/2018/06/insurgent-anymore-palestinian/

    There is only one political story today, the defeat of Democratic Party stalwart Joseph Crowley by insurgent socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, in a congressional district in the Bronx and Queens. The news has reverberations for our issue, U.S. policy in the Middle East. Ocasio-Cortez has called on the party to end its silence on Palestinian human rights.

    Here is Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet from the May 14 massacre on the Gaza border, when Israel killed 62 Palestinian protesters even as the U.S. moved the embassy:

    This is a massacre. I hope my peers have the moral courage to call it such. No state or entity is absolved of mass shootings of protesters. There is no justification. Palestinian people deserve basic human dignity, as anyone else. Democrats can’t be silent about this anymore.

    Crowley had supported the move of the embassy to Jerusalem, which detonated the killings, and catered to the Israel lobby group AIPAC. He is the fourth-ranking Democrat in the House, a ten-term congressman, the personification of the old guard. The party establishment has been wed to support for Israel even as the forces that Ocasio-Cortez represents, younger and more diverse, have demanded greater backing for Palestinian human rights.

    Haaretz has more of the story:.....
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  • Hey Steve here is a spell to cast on your enemies :

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    Ah, 80s Phoebe Cates......I would have gladly killed a horde of invading gremlins* for you......


    http://icelebstar.com/wp-content/movie-caps/fast-times-at-ridgemont-high/fast-times-at-ridgemont-high-clip-1-02.jpg


    *Gremlins, perhaps the finest anti-immigration parable ever made......
    , @Anonymous
    Can you get a DVD or BR copy of Fast Times with the original theatrical music soundtrack now? At least in the past, they always replaced the music with other, and less good, selections because when they signed contracts for the music in the theatrical release, the license didn't include home media releases, and when they went back to negotiate the musicians' agents tried to ram it up their nether parts on license fees, so they subbed the music. The changes ruin the film for anyone who remembers it as shown in a real cinema of the time.
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    Hey, this is great ice tea!
    , @It's All Ball Bearings
    "Doesn't anybody fuckin' knock around here anymore?"
    , @corstopitum
    Crowley comes from a family of Irish immigrants with an English name?
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  • This story involving renaming Chicago streets involving Mayor Rahm and Chicago alderman will be pretty funny if you have experience driving around Chicago's Loop. Otherwise it might seem baffling, but I'll try to make it clear. Back in the 1980s when I'd drive down to the Chicago Art Institute in lakefront Grant Park, I'd usually...
  • Washington is the new Constantinople , for us there is no Christian West to turn to . And a plague is raging in the land .

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  • Hey Sailer ! Did the Mossad murder your bunny ? I mean we haven’t heard about your bunny , your little dog patch of a lawn or your garage for sometime now . Is there an illegal Israeli “settlement” on your lawn ?

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  • America was great once because the common man could ride a horse and carry a gun .

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  • Latin American farmworkers are nice people, I'm sure, but when they come to America they start at the rock bottom of the class system and basically only move up when some newer farmworkers are imported to take their jobs as they move on to, say, working in warehouses and the like. Yeah, their kids move...
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  • Can someone comment on the state of the Republic since the President was referred to by his initials rather than his name ?

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    You mean POTUS? Or DJT?

    If POTUS, that's just another bit of acronymizing. Shortcutting.

    If DJT, there's no need to spell out the name of a man whose very silhouette is as recognizable as that of Washington or Lincoln--as we used to cut them out of black construction paper in 1st grade in the days before they, and not a Communist degenerate plagiarist preacher, had named national holidays.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/rZPhWRhzGaA/maxresdefault.jpg

    Not sure that reflects on "the Republic" at all. JFK was called that back in the day, ditto DDE.
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  • All those Chinese passing an exam to get into Stuyvesant HS is a crime against diversity, the NYT tells us. But true diversity, we now learn, consists of being the Friends of Bari Weiss. P.S. Here's Jennifer Senior's big 2005 article on how IQ research is Not Good For the Jews.
  • Man’s conceit is that he can control the world when he can’t even control his own bowels .

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  • From Yahoo:
  • @roo_ster
    "Not even imminent death can startle him into a spasm of virtue."

    That is delicious.

    I might have to re-think Mark Twain.

    I read a history of the Comanches by T. R. Fehrenbach . He describes one incident where a raiding party had made off with some captives . A rescue party gave chase and finally caught up with them and surrounded them on a hill top at dusk . They decided to wait until daylight to attack . The Indians knowing they would die in the morning spent the night raping and torturing their captives .
    They were savages what can you say ? They put up a better fight to save their land and way of life than we are .
    The book was published in the 70′s so there has been some criticism of it more recently for inaccuracies . It’s still a good read .
    A more recent book by a Finn , Pekka Hamalainen , “The Comanche Empire” is probably better and gives the lie to any Mexican claims to the Southwest . The Comanches drove the Mexicans and the Apaches out of Texas and and used the New Mexico and northern Mexican settlements as a source of slaves , livestock and tribute .

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    “ The Comanches drove the Mexicans and the Apaches out of Texas and and used the New Mexico and northern Mexican settlements as a source of slaves , livestock and tribute .”

    During the Civil War when Texas’s men were fighting the Civil War back east, the Comanche also pushed the frontier 70-100 miles back against the whites.

    If the Comanche weren’t the toughest tribe Americans fought during the westward expansion, they’re definitely in the running.
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  • To Bill Gates' credit, he periodically announces that some education reform fad boondoggle he has credulously financed has failed empirically. For example, in the 2000s he dropped a huge amount of money on "small learning communities," but then in 2009 came the news: And now, from Education Week: So good for Bill for hiring RAND...
  • “Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr. was born on November 18, 1923, in Derry, New Hampshire,[1] to Alan B. Shepard Sr. and Pauline Renza Shepard (née Emerson).[2] He had a younger sister, Pauline, who was known as Polly.[3] He was one of many famous descendants of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren.[2] His father, Alan B. Shepard Sr., known as Bart, worked in the Derry National Bank, owned by Shepard’s grandfather. Alan Sr. joined the National Guard in 1915 and served in France with the American Expeditionary Force during World War I.[4] He remained in the National Guard between the wars, and was recalled to active duty during World War II, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel.[5]

    Shepard attended Adams School in Derry, where his academic performance impressed his teachers; he skipped the sixth grade,[6] and proceeded to middle school at Oak Street School in Derry,[5] where he skipped the eighth grade.[6] In 1936, he went to the Pinkerton Academy, a private school in Derry that his father had attended, and where his grandfather had been a trustee. He completed years 9 to 12 there.[6] Fascinated by flight, he created a model airplane club at the Academy, and his Christmas present in 1938 was a flight in a Douglas DC-3.[7] The following year he began cycling to Manchester Airfield, where he would do odd jobs in exchange for the occasional ride in an airplane or informal flying lesson.[8][9]

    Shepard graduated from the Pinkerton Academy in 1940. Because World War II was already raging in Europe, his father wanted him to join the Army. Shepard chose the Navy instead. He easily passed the entrance exam to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1940, but at sixteen was too young to enter that year. The Navy sent him to the Admiral Farragut Academy, a prep school for the Naval Academy, from which he graduated with the class of 1941.[10] Tests administered at Farragut indicated an IQ of 145, but his grades were mediocre.[11]

    At Annapolis, Shepard enjoyed aquatic sports. He was a keen and competitive sailor, winning several races, including a regatta held by the Annapolis Yacht Club. He learned to sail all the types of boats the academy owned, up to and including USS Freedom, a 90-foot (27 m) schooner. He also participated in swimming, and rowed with the eight.[11] During his Christmas break in 1942, he went to Principia College to be with his sister, who was unable to go home owing to wartime travel restrictions. There he met Louise Brewer, whose parents were pensioners on the du Pont family estate, and, like Renza Shepard, were devout Christian Scientists.[12] Owing to the war, the usual four-year course at Annapolis was cut short by a year, and he graduated and was commissioned as an ensign on June 6, 1944, ranked 463rd in his class of 915. The following month he became secretly engaged to Louise.[13] In 1944 he received a bachelor of science at the United States Naval Academy.”

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  • We've been blessed with an update to the topic of my recent post "Who We Are (Or Will Be):" The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward Santa Muerte coming to your hometown, you intolerant nativist white bigot, you.
  • @Achilles

    How I see the world, filtered through centuries of colonial oppression and destruction
     
    What is this lady, a bristlecone pine? Just how old is this woman?

    It's hard for me to imagine that people *wanted* to be sacrificed, but that's my own biases and cultural conditioning talking.
     
    If we shouldn't assume that the victims of the Aztec empire didn't *want* to be captured in war and sacrificed, then by the same reasoning perhaps we shouldn't assume that the Aztecs themselves didn't *want* to be conquered by the Spanish empire.

    It’s hard for me to imagine that people *wanted* to be gassed , but that’s my own biases and cultural conditioning talking.

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  • Due to a lack of vibrant diversity, the popular culture of 1960s Britain was notoriously unimaginative, hidebound, and without appeal to the rest of the world. British 1960s music, fashion, movies, and comedy were white maleish and thus boring and have been forgotten. From The Times of London:
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  • Unlike the (technically speaking) "actual" Constitution, Emma Lazarus's Zeroth Amendment ("Anybody from anywhere can immigrate anytime they feel like it; and you nativist natives had better keep your traps shut, if you know what's good for you") is NOT a living document. It is eternal, unchanging, omnipotent, and sacred. Clearly, this finding, like everything else,...
  • Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    As I have stated in another post, James K. Polk’s singular act of greatness was not taking all of Mexico. The United States would have been Mexicanized before WW1.

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    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would've been Americanized same as northern Mexico.
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  • In the second half of the 20th Century, New York City experimented with taking progressivism seriously for a relatively brief period of time, with catastrophic results. But New Yorkers tend to be smart, pushy, and self-interested -- as exemplified by a certain New York native in the news fairly frequently these days. So, New York...
  • @SimplePseudonymicHandle
    Donut,
    A slightly extended reply - where: given a patient tormented by another not-well person, who is not a patient, the psychoanalyst, sometimes to a fault, does not try to treat the not-well person, but addresses the patient. (if need be said: I am not a psychoanalyst, but the metaphor works here)

    In your more complete point you write:


    I think that dismissing this flaw in the White Bourgeois as hypocrisy is an error ... But this is beyond that . Hypocrisy doesn’t explain to me why the vast numbers of white people seem to have internalized this poison to the extent that they are willing to sacrifice their children on the alter of diversity
     
    [emphasis added]

    I have tried to argue in other comments on Unz that it's a mistake, first of all, to make "it" about race, i.e.: about "white". A lot of folks seem unable to hear why that's a moral mistake or an anthropological mistake. I think that the example of what's happening in NY though that you are pointing to shows why it's another kind of mistake: it is a political, strategic mistake.

    No one will be successful persuading people on mass to make it about race. They won't agree to make it about race. One way to read NYers behavior is: "I would rather die making myself rich, and I would rather die in the refuse, than agree to make it about race. Make that 'we'. We would do so, in the millions."

    And they will. So even if it wasn't a moral or anthropological mistake to make it about race, it would seem to be a political strategic mistake - if winning sufficient hearts and minds over to the cause in order to win the wider war is actually the intent.

    Would Korea be Korea if we stripped away her culture and left nothing but race? Japan? Germany? Spain? Ireland?

    People need to know that there is something, in common, we can all have, together - they also need to be exposed to the real caution that if we refuse to have something in common we may destroy ourselves. This needs to transcend race.

    It is difficult to reduce the arguments to a succinct space but the bottom line is that the problem of New York puts into focus just why it is that once you have agreed to make it about "white", and not about Latin and Greek, not about dance and folk tales, not about holidays and shared memories and initiation, at the point that you agree it is about "white", you are agreeing to lose. The other side understands this and they will keep making it about "white" and they celebrate when you agree to the same.

    ” given a patient tormented by another not-well person, who is not a patient, the psychoanalyst, sometimes to a fault, does not try to treat the not-well person, but addresses the patient. (if need be said: I am not a psychoanalyst, but the metaphor works here)” . The patient is not well and cannot be coaxed from his habitual patterns . What can a psychoanalyst do that experience cannot ? Is there a free will ?

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  • While this may sound like somebody is trolling iSteve with the perfect parody, this article is actually from the Seattle Times last month: Cougar-attack victim S.J. Brooks was leader for inclusivity in bike community Originally published May 24, 2018 at 1:39 pm Updated June 4, 2018 at 5:31 pm Seattle's cycling community took to social...
  • @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta
    NB:

    Pretty sure Sederbaum is a transman...

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/05/21/02/4C7BC51300000578-0-image-a-28_1526866960094.jpg

    https://d2g8igdw686xgo.cloudfront.net/30049052_15270263960_r.jpeg

    With 130 single men to 100 single women in crucial age brackets, as if the male / female ratio in Seattle couldn't get any worse...
    Not that I'm convinced that these particular individuals are any loss for desperate lonely Seattle bachelors.

    On the plus side, those 100 single women definitely include LOTS of freshly fabricated transwomen...

    That’s why Netflix doesn’t want their employees to look at each other , it might give the game away .

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  • I had coffee with a foreign friend a week ago. The subject of Donald Trump inevitably came up and my friend said that he was torn between describing Trump as a genius or as an idiot, but was inclined to lean towards genius. He explained that Trump was willy-nilly establishing a new world order that...
  • @joe webb
    I thought I made it clear that the migrant invasion of Europe, aided and abetted by jews, is forcing Europeans to wake-up. I guess I was too subtle.

    Ditto the Trump/jew Jewish Wars in the ME. Kind of a homeopathic remedy. Send Muzzies to Europe to combat Muzzies. Like cures like. muzzie invasion, muzzies expelled

    Europe also gets a taste of low IQ ....muzzies in the same league as our blacks...both with average IQs at 85.

    Egypt has the lowest IQ at 81, parked as it is next to Sudan or whatever, whereby a little genetic enrichment by Africans has placed Egypt at the bottom. of the Arab countries. You may have noticed how dark many Egyptians are. ( Richard Lynn numbers )

    Since you didn’t notice, I don’t accept the idea that Europe is ‘waking up.’ The average Euro is still quite in favor of mass immigration and extreme hostile to anyone who disagrees. This will not change.

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    Unfortunately, you are right. Europe is committing suicide, and it cannot be talked out of it.
    , @anarchyst
    The average Euro IS NOT amenable to the cultural destruction, but cannot publicly say anything against the "powers that be", as fines and imprisonment would be the result. Privately talking to (white) Euros paints a very different picture. Euros resent the hell out of the cultural destruction that is taking place, but are prohibited from speaking out by their own governments.
    When Germany imprisons two grandmothers for straying from the official orthodoxy on aspects of the "holocaust ™ religion", THAT speaks volumes as to what these governments are capable of doing. Euros have been muzzled by their own governments.
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