Month: March 2017

Muslim porn meme Nadia Ali tries to be role model

Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar

I didn’t even know there was a #MuslimWomensDay

Which is more interesting, the cognitive dissonance, the playing both sides or the reaction?

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R-selection halted: Guardian fails to crack America

Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar

This is a frickin’ FIRST.

#cue fascist giggling#

The so-called Jew Yorker and Jew York Times won’t allow competition in the liberal signalling environment, silly Europeans.

Their local sales are dead too.


Trolled by a cartoon frog. The spectre of one.

Were it not for the Autotrader sale, kept in overseas bank accounts, they’d have gone under years ago.

That was the family silver.

They’re still asking for donations though. Screwing over the loyal readers.
Rabbits despise each other.

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HIV and the STD jump from apes to humans via bestiality

Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar

It goes on about genital ulcer, pushes circumcision and still admits that it doesn’t explain the data.

“Transmission of simian retroviruses to humans is not exceptional.”

But this one is different.

“Simian foamy viruses (SFV) have frequently been transmitted to humans exposed to bushmeat, apparently without further spread[20] and the epidemic human T-cell lymphotropic viruses (HTLV) arose from their simian counterparts (STLV) through contacts over thousands of years. It is generally acceptedthat SFV, STLV, as well as SIV, entered the human population through bushmeat handling. Although such events are common today [20][22], and therefore assumed to also have been common in the recent and distant past, they seldom result in a virus with epidemic potential. Despite progress in identifying SIVs closely related to HIV groups [1][3], [9], how and why only some of the transmitted SIV strains established…

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The Problem With Feminism

The Problem With Feminism


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Feminism has seen a huge rise in the last couple of decades, and I am no expert, but I think it was invented by the Spice Girls.  OK, that is not true, but as a youngster growing up It was the first time I actively and publicly saw a campaign giving women a voice. Naturally being a young whipper snapper I didn’t quite understand this ‘women have a voice’ and ‘Girl Power’ movement. Girls couldn’t speak before? Sally Withersmith in my class was a girl* and she talked all the time.

It would take a pretty big effort to go out of your way and disagree with the feminist ideology though, I mean there is simply no harmful indictment in it. Naturally if you are an insecure male authoritarian such as Milo Yiannopoulos, you may take a different view. But…

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#78 Interview – ‘Am I A Superhero?’

#78 Interview – ‘Am I A Superhero?’


Depression is very much in flux, there are ups and down, when relatively important moments come around sometimes I just have to cross my fingers and hope it is a good day. Thankfully on the day of a job interview 7 years ago there was one such day. It was an interview for an insurance company. I walk into the room and the first thing the interview said was ‘talk about yourself for 20 minutes.’

The guy stopped me after 25 minutes – ‘alright, alright, yeah we get it’.*

His second question was, ‘Are you strong?’ Theres not a lot of context there, but given my mental health, I wouldn’t consider myself to be mentally strong no. Also I wouldn’t want to completely discount my physicality, but put me in a fight to the death with three puppies, and I I reckon I’d be able to fend for myself for upwards…

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