Politics · Society

Biden’s Disastrous Debate Performance and Its Impact on the Mainstream Narrative

The first presidential debate between the Democrat and Republican nominees was a complete disaster. Donald Trump was tired but Joe Brandon was not even there. He walks in, greeting an imaginary audience, and for large stretches does not even speak coherently. If you have not watched the debate, maybe click on a random segment on… Continue reading Biden’s Disastrous Debate Performance and Its Impact on the Mainstream Narrative

Women

The Algorithm for Maximizing Female Life Satisfaction

When pondering how much the former supermodel Toni Garrn messed up her life, thought I should help out womankind once and for all. Instead of lamenting their poor decision-making, I am happy to say that I have found an algorithmic solution to problem of maximizing female happiness. Obviously, female happiness cannot be reached by getting… Continue reading The Algorithm for Maximizing Female Life Satisfaction

Diversity · Technology

Big Win for Diversity: Google Almost Kills Australian Retirement Fund

A few weeks ago an unbelievable story made the rounds in tech and even got some mainstream attention: the Australian superannuation fund UniSuper, which has over $100bn AUD under management, almost would have gone down. They were only saved because they had backups of their data on cloud providers not called Google. Google speaks of… Continue reading Big Win for Diversity: Google Almost Kills Australian Retirement Fund

Men vs Women · Society · Women

Women and Mass Layoffs in the Tech Industry

A few years ago, when the scamdemic was being ramped up and companies told their employees that they should work from home, the societal consequences were probably not quite as expected. Fuel to the fire was provided by die DEI agenda, according to which you needed to stop hiring white men and instead increase the… Continue reading Women and Mass Layoffs in the Tech Industry

Society · Subversion · Technology

The Diversity Gravy Train is Slowing Down

Societal support for rainbow colors is no longer as prominent as it used to be. This is most obvious when you look around on LinkedIn or disable the adblocker in your browser. Whereas a couple of years ago, even fifty-people outfits were falling over themselves to proclaim their allegiance to the anal flag, nowadays support… Continue reading The Diversity Gravy Train is Slowing Down

Admin

ProtonMail/YandexMail Issue (Attn: Cycle Path)

I recently encountered a very odd problem with YandexMail, which is my primary email client, and I do not find a lot of information about this problem online. It seems to be a configuration issue. Here is the error message: Diagnostic-Code: X-Yandex; lost connection with mailsec.protonmail.ch[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] while performing the EHLO handshake From what I gather,… Continue reading ProtonMail/YandexMail Issue (Attn: Cycle Path)

Society · Subversion

Media-Endorsed Female Beauty Standards in 1999

In 1999, Gigi D’Agostino released the banger L’Amour Toujours, which has been enjoying a surprising resurgence in Germany, topping the charts once again. I believe it has something to do with this song being used as a dog-whistle for anti-immigrant sentiments, but these are all unconfirmed rumors. When I looked up the music video to… Continue reading Media-Endorsed Female Beauty Standards in 1999

Social Justice · Society

Shaqueesa Found Embezzling Millions from Facebook and Nike

In the wake of the George Floyd riots, and with the helping hand of BlackRock’s Larry Fink, companies all over the world have created untold numbers of positions related to diversity, inclusion, and equity (DIE). Of course, there also had to be Chief DIE Officers who pocket seven figures a year, despite a complete lack… Continue reading Shaqueesa Found Embezzling Millions from Facebook and Nike

Society · Women

Utilitarian and Non-Utilitarian Female Pet Ownership

A few months ago I wrote a post on people humanizing pets, reaching such levels of retardation that they refer to animals the same way they would have referred to kids. The leftist dirt rag Wikipedia is playing along as well, unsurprisingly. In the discussion section, I made the following comment, on which I am… Continue reading Utilitarian and Non-Utilitarian Female Pet Ownership

Society · Subversion

Foreign Names and The Subtle Frictions of Diversity

As we are all fully aware of, diversity is our greatest strength. Working in highly effective racially and culturally homogeneous teams and companies is therefore no longer something we can do. Part of it is perhaps because it would just be too easy to operate with a shared set of values. Instead, the modern employee… Continue reading Foreign Names and The Subtle Frictions of Diversity

Gaming

Are Hot Chicks About to Make a Comeback in Triple-A Gaming?

As anemic as the library of the PlayStation 5 may be, it is still the most popular stationary console around. This is thanks to Microsoft fumbling so badly. I do not follow console gaming news a lot but when I learned about the latest PlayStation “State of Play” event, I had a look. There was… Continue reading Are Hot Chicks About to Make a Comeback in Triple-A Gaming?

Subversion · Technology

Leaks Reveal Censorship Mechanisms in Google’s Search Engine

We have talked about how useless the Google search engine nowadays is, with its incessant censorship and the somewhat more recent trend of putting one ad after another into your results page. There was a recent leak from which you can infer how that search engine works. This is the key part: Google has always… Continue reading Leaks Reveal Censorship Mechanisms in Google’s Search Engine

Article Requests · Meeting Women · Relationships

Notes on Assortative Mating

I was asked to write about my views on assortative mating, and also expand on the following aspects: Furthermore, does genetics and/or upbringing influences the choices we make in assortative mating with regards to future and/or current mate suitors, and the type of mating strategy we choose to pursue (short-term or long-term)? Is there such… Continue reading Notes on Assortative Mating

Society

People in Low-IQ Countries Not Very Intelligent, Study Finds

I do not think much of academia, but thankfully there still are a few based researcher around who ask the questions most do not dare to ask. One such person is Heiner Rindermann, one of the world’s leading researchers on the topic of intelligence. In hist most recent paper, Surprisingly low results from studies on… Continue reading People in Low-IQ Countries Not Very Intelligent, Study Finds

Society · Women

Female Mate Selection is a Recent Phenomenon

In my recent post Female Delusions About Rich Men, I wrote, “In contrast, a much more reliable way for women to end up with a financially successful man is by determining his future potential.” In response, aj remarked that this is why women’s parents used to decide who they married, and therefore slept with and… Continue reading Female Mate Selection is a Recent Phenomenon

Elites · Society · Subversion

Indirectly Suppressing the Birth Rate with Antagonistic Policies

A while ago I wrote an article on suburbanism and the two-children family and pointed out how much more difficult it is to have three children as opposed to two. I wrote that having three kids int the back of your car is only suitable for short trips, and even that can be a bit… Continue reading Indirectly Suppressing the Birth Rate with Antagonistic Policies

Article Requests · Society · Women

“Cave to Female Demands or We Will Fire You!”

This article is about an event that took place at a tech company I have contacts at. The context is that during an anonymous feedback survey, a female employee accused a male employee of sexual harassment. This turned into a big story, with company all-hands meetings in which even C-suite members stated that all women… Continue reading “Cave to Female Demands or We Will Fire You!”