Monthly Archives: November 2013

I Just started BioShock Infinite

So far, I don’t like it as much as BioShock, though it certainly can’t be classified as bad. It reminds me of Half-Life 2 – objectively, I recognize that taken as a classic FPS it’s clearly absolutely top-notch quality. I … Continue reading

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The Robin Hood Morality Test

This has apparently been making the rounds and it just made it to the blog “Just Four Guys”, which is probably my favorite of the “manosphere” blogs (I tend to see it as the least reactionary and most “balanced” on … Continue reading

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The Problem with the “Innocents are Executed Too!” Argument

UPDATE: To my very pleasant surprise Fr. McCrae got back to me in an e-mail to apologize for not putting up a couple more of my comments and for not responding to me, explaining that basically it would have given … Continue reading

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Irony

The reason feminists need to stamp their feet about how men are not, not, NOT superior in any way to women is because they see value from a purely materialistic perspective, by wont of them also being liberal. Men are … Continue reading

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Discussing the Civil War on Vox Popoli

There is a whole big discussion on the Civil War going down in Vox Popoli. Why? Because I made an offhand comment where I complimented Lee by comparing him to Rommel, who was a good and honorable man on the … Continue reading

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Fighting the Joker

I think that a lot of adults, and especially a lot of writers, just don’t “get” bullies. The worst bullies are not the big bruisers who steal lunch money, like Moe from “Calvin and Hobbes”. They’re not even the “popular … Continue reading

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The True Religion

Story time. This one has a point: In Ethics class we had to go up in groups and give presentations. Long story short, I ended up talking about religion. Being religious, I disagreed with my group and the majority of … Continue reading

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