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Oops, Bristol did it again

Bristol Palin, pregnant again, and still not married.

Bristol says, “At the end of the day there’s nothing I can’t do with God by my side.” Except, you know, avoiding pre-marital sex, which seems like an important thing to avoid if you are supposed to be a Christian. The Apostle Paul wrote in the first epistle to the Thessalonians, “It is God’s will that you should be sanctified: that you should avoid sexual immorality; that each of you should learn to control your own body in a way that is holy and honorable, not in passionate lust like the pagans, who do not know God.”

The Palin clan demonstrates again that they are white trash.

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June 25, 2015 at 11:37 PM

Posted in Politics, Proles

Poker room at the El Dorado in Reno

I was at a 3-6 limit table.

Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to play limit poker for a really long time because the federal government nanny state made online poker illegal. Except in states where it’s not illegal, but New York isn’t one of those state.

But thanks to two hours spent reading Phil Hellmuth’s excellent book Play Poker Like the Pros before going to the casino, I was able to play a really tight game and thus avoid losing too much money. Most of the players at the table were regulars from the Reno area. They are mostly old men, with one old women. It’s very prole.

The big losers at the table were these two cowboys from the rodeo. It seemed like every hour they would have to buy another hundred dollars worth of chips. The chips flowed from the two cowboys to the grizzled old poker-shark regulars at the table. My conclusion is that cowboys are not especially smart or careful with their money.

Also, the house is always a big winner because there’s a 10% rake. Ouch!

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June 24, 2015 at 11:54 PM

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Salt Lake City airport blogging

It’s crowded here!

But the wifi is free, unlike at JFK.

And I ate some delicious fish tacos for dinner at the airport restaurant.

Probably, a lot of the people around here are Mormons.

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June 24, 2015 at 11:36 PM

Posted in Uncategorized

The Confederate flag issue

There isn’t any good reason for state governments to fly the Confederate flag. The purpose of the Confederacy was to secede from the Union to ensure they could keep slavery intact. I think it’s genuinely racist to wave the Confederate flag because it represents being pro-slavery.

It’s too bad that moron pro-Confederate-flag conservatives are wasting political capital on such a stupid thing when they could be doing something useful like advocating for HBD-aware policies and not letting the mainstream media get away with fomenting riots over stuff like Ferguson and Trayvon Martin.

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June 22, 2015 at 7:04 PM

Posted in Uncategorized

Reno

Paul Fussell specifically mentioned Reno as a very prole city in his book, based on the large number of bowling alleys. Nothing much has changed in that regards, because Reno has a relatively new mega bowling complex. No, I have not visited the bowling complex and don’t intend to.

When I switched planes at the Minneapolis airport, I noticed a difference in how the people looked. The people on the plane were heavier and had more tattoos. The old guy sitting next to me was wearing a cowboy type of shirt, and an adjustable baseball cap (which Paul Fussell called a prole cap) and was reading some paperback Civil War novel. Not that he was in any way an unpleasant seat mate. He kindly advised me to set my watch to Reno time.

I see lots of tattoos in Reno, they are even more common here than they are in Williamsburg Brooklyn. Unlike in Williamsburg where people would only wear a legible t-shirt ironically, legible t-shirts are very popular in Reno and are worn without irony.

Some of my commenters have this thing about criticizing American women for being too heavy, but I have to confess that I sort of like the chunky blonde-haired prole women of Reno. They exude a sort of curvaceous sexiness and warmth that the skinny women of Manhattan lack. Unfortunately, heavier women don’t usually age as well as thinner women. I just wish they didn’t have so many tattoos.

Last evening I was at the Reno Rodeo, which is a very prole kind of entertainment. Certain SWPL types think that rodeos are cruel to the horses and steers and should be banned. Rodeos, at least, can be justified as continuing a long-time Western tradition, but there was no excuse for the motorcycle stunt act after the actual rodeo competition ended. I can’t think of anything more prole (or redneck as the rodeo announcers proudly self-identified) than men doing death-defying stunts on motorcycles. (On the other hand, it’s acceptable to SWPLs when men or women risk their lives to climb Mount Everest.) I have to admit there was some entertainment value in it, as I was thinking “wow, I can’t believe those guys are crazy enough to do that; is someone going to die in a horrible motorcycle accident?” Luckily, the only injury the whole night was one cowboy who hurt his arm falling from a horse.

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June 22, 2015 at 2:00 PM

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Dylann’s manifesto

Link to Dylann Roof’s manifesto.

It’s not that sophisticated and doesn’t indicate an above-average IQ, although it does indicate that Dylann was smart enough to have graduated from high school. Clearly his family failed him by allowing him to become a high school dropout.

The manifesto doesn’t indicate that Dylann was reading Steve Sailer’s website or my website. The ideas which may have originally come from Steve Sailer are common knowledge of white nationalist websites.

90% of the pretty short manifesto is basically true. Will the mainstream media use this as an excuse to go after innocent not-White-Nationalist bloggers who happen to write about taboo topics involving race?

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June 21, 2015 at 8:06 PM

Posted in Uncategorized

JFK airport blogging

I was in the front car of the JFK “airtrain,” and I noticed something unusual. No one was driving the train! This is eventually the future of all transportation.

The airport TV sets have CNN, and it’s all about the Charleston shooting. There’s absolutely nothing interesting on CNN at all. I’d like to know more about the dad with the tattoos and the nipple rings, and about what Dylann’s school environment was like until he dropped out in high school, but nothing about that stuff.

Blogging and comment moderation may be erratic until Thursday.

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June 20, 2015 at 8:01 AM

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Dylan Roof’s white-trash dad

Thank you commenter Bob for this link!

We see that Dylann’s dad likes to walk around his neighborhood without a shirt, with his many tattoos and his nipple rings on display. And that he abused the woman that he was married to until they got divorced when Dylann was 15.

In my previous post, I hypothesized that Dylann had an unstable home environment, and it looks like I got that one exactly right. Thus Dylann’s life history has a close parallel to Elliot Rodger, except the Rodger came from a much higher-class environment.

Also, like Elliott Rodger, Dylann had social skills problems .

“He wasn’t necessarily antisocial, but he was awkwardly social,” said Ms. Boggs, a senior at the University of South Carolina. “He was kind of quiet and he only talked when he kind of had to, but he wasn’t mean. He was just strange.”

Interestingly, the girl who knew him said that he wasn’t bullied. Maybe he was and she just wasn’t paying attention. Or maybe his low-prole upbringing, raised by a dad who presented himself as a tough guy and who beat his wife, gave him a sort of toughness that Elliott Rodger lacked.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

June 19, 2015 at 9:21 PM

Posted in Psychology

Suicidal schizophrenic pilot in Japan (in 1982)

If you recall, my initial impression of Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings pilot who crashed the plane, was that he was schizophrenic and had a psychotic episode while flying the plane. But there has been no confirmation that anyone had diagnosed him with schizophrenia before that incident (although he had been previously prescribed anti-psychotic medicine, which might also be subscribed for bipolar disorder).

Last week, the online magazine Ozy published an an article about a Japanese pilot who intentionally crashed his plane in 1982. Like Lubitz, the Japanese pilot had experienced depression and had also taken time off of work for mental health issues, but before the plane crash he had not received a diagnosis of schizophrenia. However, in his case, the pilot and co-pilot both survived the crash.

The voice recorder revealed that Katagiri had been shouting nonsense beforehand and then sobbed as he awaited the crash. His co-pilot testified that Katagiri had been in a “state of delusion.” The court declared Katagiri mentally ill, sending him to a psychiatric ward in Tokyo, where he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

I believe that something similar happened to Lubitz, that he had a psychotic episode while flying the plane, a symptom of his undiagnosed schizoprenia. If you read the entire article, you will see that Kitagari has a history that’s eerily similar to Lubitz, including a girlfriend who left him because he was acting too weird, and just Like Lubitz he gave a hint of his suicidal intentions on a previous flight.

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June 19, 2015 at 11:01 AM

Posted in Psychology

Low-IQ white-trash beta-male rage?

This is interesting:

Scott Roof, who identified himself as the suspect’s cousin, told The Intercept that “Dylann was normal until he started listening to that white power music stuff.” He claims that “he kind of went over the edge when a girl he liked starting dating a black guy two years back.” He added, “Dylann liked her … The black guy got her. He changed. I don’t know if we would be here if not …” then hung up the phone.

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June 19, 2015 at 8:56 AM

Posted in Crime, Psychology

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