My 8th grade Daughter’s Varsity Middle School Choir was selected to perform at a distinguished venue. The girls had worked their butts off since the first day of school. The director is one who both endears the children to her while commanding their respect and discipline. Their performance included 7 very difficult and musically complex […]
Rather than pull a greeting card that some are finding offensive, Target should keep it around. The card says, “Next time you think of dating the bad boy….consider Whitney Houston. That’s all I’m going to say.” While some will call that offensive, I would call it very sound advice.
This is a post essentially about nothing we talk about out here. The purpose is to write a long enough piece so that when I pull up the home page of this blog, I no longer see that huge, vivid, picture with which Amir has graced our minds. As it so happens, because of the […]
Professor Hale has the perfect answer.
Poor Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee Ermey…he’s got to be having a stroke right about now.
When it comes to advancing the dynamics of male-female interaction–i.e. Game–Roissy has few equals. Say what you want about his crude, crass secularism, he gets it about how women think, even as he uses that for his own base advantages. Like Vox Day, I accept that Game is no respecter of religious or personal motivations: […]
like one of the guys. She earned it. To her credit, she has chosen to compete in the same field as the men, playing by the same rules, getting no special favors. Whereas golf courses move the women’s tees closer to the hole, neither NASCAR nor IRL spots woman drivers any leads over their male […]
and someone who is really, really, really angry at the way society pedestals women? Here it is, courtesy of Roissy. Disclosure: this is not an endorsement of Roissy’s views. He is on the secular end, and quite hedonist. There is much with which to take issue–although I absolutely agree with his assessment of Marriage 2.0–but […]
I’m sure that will be the prevailing sentiment about the alleged shooter at a Chardon, Ohio high school. Reports are already surfacing that the shooter–identified by local news and NBC as T.J. Lane–had a “gothic” streak and was a bit of an outcast. How much does anyone wish to bet that he enjoyed reading Nietzsche […]
A few years ago, we had an Iranian–ML– who worked for one of our vendors. I had the chance to speak with him when he came to our location to give an overview of one of the systems that his company was working on. We each shared the assessment that Iran’s mullahs were doing no […]