Superversive SF: Yahtzee’s Almost Perfect Article

I have a new article up on Superversive SF – my first editorial – titled “Yahtzee’s Almost Perfect Article”. Check it out, and if you’re so inclined respond here, there, or both.

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4 Responses to Superversive SF: Yahtzee’s Almost Perfect Article

  1. It is quite good, and it’s an almost perfect example of my point that often when people say “pox on both” it’s because they still believe the lies of one side.

    To use a metaphor of what I mean:

    Snake: God knows if you eat the apple, you’ll be like him.
    Human: Oh ok! *nomnomnom*

    Human: What? I don’t have god-like powers at all? You lied to me!
    Snake: bwahahahaha
    Human: I’ll never trust you again! Or God! How dare He lie to me too about that apple making me like Him. They’re all just as bad as each other!
    God: Wait, I said what now?

    In that link, Yahtzee knows the SJWs lie, they’re not to be trusted, yet he still believes their claims about the other side. And have you tried convincing them that their impressions are wrong? Trying to get a tired elephant out of your living room would be easier.

  2. Ilion says:

    It is quite good, and it’s an almost perfect example of my point that often when people say “pox on both” it’s because they still believe the lies of one side.

    I have long noticed that, too.

  3. Ilion says:

    What *is* it about WordPress that they send any post with a reference to blogger into the bit bucket?

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