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Jun 12 β€’ 12 tweets β€’ 4 min read
The impossibility of following atheism to its logical conclusion: a thread
Image Either the universe came from nothing or it is eternal, always existing in some form. The former is immediately discarded as an impossibility

Jun 11 β€’ 10 tweets β€’ 4 min read
Neall "Nellis" Ellis: defeated an African rebel army out of spite: a brief thread

>Born 1949 in South Africa
>Fights in Rhodesian Bush War
>Joins SA Army
>Learns to fly attack helicopters
>Masters the MI-24 HIND
>Apartheid ends
>Can't serve in SAAF anymore because white devil Image >Acquires a HIND of his own
>Becomes mercenary
>"Have gunship, will travel"
>Gatling-guns his way throughout the dark continent >Almost all African communists and anti-western groups put a price on his head
>Fights in the Congo War
>Year 2000
>Hired by Sierra Leone Image
May 27 β€’ 37 tweets β€’ 8 min read
The economy is a curious subject. It affects all of us, but hardly anyone wants to state the obvious

Culture war on both sides share this blind spot. It is avoided at all costs because it is a feature, not a bug

The coming American collapse: a thread Image A quick note:

Comparison to Rome is warranted and justified but depending on the context or example

America is actually more similar to the USSR than Rome. We are just as socialist as they were and its bankrupting us. A (giant) nail in the USSR's coffin was its subsidized rent
May 18 β€’ 23 tweets β€’ 7 min read
I'm not sure which upright hotep committed the origin story of Dr. Yakub to graphic novel format, but here it is

A thread: Image "Now what kinda life is that for a fucking child?" - Big L

This is a lot more compelling than I thought it would be Image
May 9 β€’ 14 tweets β€’ 8 min read
If zoomers and millennials are any indication, the segment of our population comprised of pre-adolescents up to and including age 14 - generation alpha - has been rapidly losing their predisposition for creativity and imagination

A perfect example of this are Legos. A thread: Image LEGO, a company teetering precariously on the premise that kids want to be creative, has been struggling with exactly that conundrum for decades. As recently as 1990, the standard box of LEGO bricks contained anywhere from 500 to 1000 pieces Image
May 9 β€’ 11 tweets β€’ 4 min read
Imagine your life's work overshadowed by the tail end of your digital footprint reminding everyone how much of a fucking goober you were for forever and a day

Let's take a look at some of Steve Albini's greatest hits:
Image I hope retrospectives like this become a reoccuring thing in the 2020s
Apr 3 β€’ 44 tweets β€’ 12 min read
Her episode of The First 48 was pulled from the archives cause it was entered as state's evidence in her murder trial and was deemed too prejudicial to be publicly circulated until jury selection had taken place

Jodie Arias: a thread Jodie Arias was a high school dropout who drifted around for a while, eventually ending up at her grandparents' house in Yreka, California working as a waitress while secretly harboring fantasies of becoming a photographer

How she ended up involved with a weird Mormon legal
Mar 3 β€’ 56 tweets β€’ 15 min read
>February 3, 2023
>train derails in East Palestine
>chemical spill affects air, water and everything else around
>Reporters arrested for trying to cover the story
>Fire chief got upset and frustrated over simple questions

One of the chemicals leaked was vinyl chloride: a thread Image From the WHO on vinyl chloride

1.7 Effects on humans Concentrations of VC in the region of 2590 mg/m3 (1000 ppm), which were not unusual prior to 1974, over periods ranging from 1 month to several years, have been reported to cause a specific pathological syndrome found in
Feb 29 β€’ 65 tweets β€’ 18 min read
>One year ago
>Train derails in East Palestine
>Chemical spill affects air, water & everything else around
>Reporters arrested for trying to cover the story
>Fire chief got upset and frustrated over simple questions

One of the chemicals leaked was vinyl chloride: a thread Image From the WHO on vinyl chloride

1.7 Effects on humans
Concentrations of VC in the region of 2590 mg/m3
(1000 ppm), which were not unusual prior to 1974, over periods ranging from 1 month to several years, have been reported to cause a specific pathological syndrome found in
Feb 26 β€’ 14 tweets β€’ 5 min read
Ordeals with hostages, a hijacker, a plane and a bomb rarely come out very well, or without someone coming out damaged or dead. One exception is the story of D.B. Cooper, the man who decided one day to hold a plane hostage and got away with it

A thread: Image Skyjackings were somewhat commonplace by 1972, but almost all of them were - to put it bluntly - Palestinians. Political in nature, they often occurred to demand release of a prisoner or to protest some middle east situation Image
Feb 16 β€’ 26 tweets β€’ 9 min read
>A first conversation about gender

This book is from a popular pediatrician's office in the Greater Toronto Area geared towards children 2 - 4

A thread:Image I love how the instructions for the parent are as dumbed down, naΓ―ve and ignorant as the contents of the book

Check out the homunculus in the lower right corner, that haircut is always synonymous with "bad ideas" Image
Feb 1 β€’ 31 tweets β€’ 11 min read
Canada's government-funded assisted suicide activity book: a thread
Image The site you can read this on is interactive and the click will bring you the page. Will provide a link at the end Image
Jan 30 β€’ 15 tweets β€’ 3 min read
People aren't suicidal because they're trans, but are β€œtrans” because they're suicidal

Both the suicidal and the transgender are seeking escape the pain of being themselves because of low self esteem, low social value, any number of things going undiagnosed and/or past traumas Two forms of the same escapist impulse, one permanent and one semi-permanent. Many of them transition and realize they're still the same person they're running away from and an hero anyway making the β€œtransition” a dress rehearsal for suicide
Jan 14 β€’ 30 tweets β€’ 7 min read
Show me a case of SIDS happening when the baby is taking a daytime nap in a room full of witnesses to guarantee no one is touching it. You can't. No one can

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome hides mothers killing their kids from prying eyes and no one wants to discuss this: a thread Image Single mother homes have more SIDS deaths

Why do SIDS deaths only happen at night at home?

Multigenerational households where the mother has more support and supervision have less SIDS deaths

Why is it that every single parent is instructed on how to not cause SIDS deaths?
Jan 9 β€’ 116 tweets β€’ 34 min read
Ronald Reagan was famous for not understanding how government works and not particularly caring about it

His job was to read speeches off the teleprompter, pose for pictures, shake hands on camera, go out and visit a steel mill every once in a while and lie

A thread: Image Everybody knew he was a dumbass. No President was ever as busy as he with the sleeping in, eating jellybeans, and watching television during a legacy of walking a fine line between acting like someone with the IQ of a cinderblock with down syndrome and being one Image
Jan 8 β€’ 60 tweets β€’ 16 min read
This lands somewhere between "self-deception often precedes deceiving others" and "some people don't know any better so they can't do any better"

Want someday: a thread Image Image
Jan 8 β€’ 22 tweets β€’ 5 min read
If you're still clinging onto naΓ―ve fantasies where people rise up against the corrupt elite led by a titular hero riding in on a white horse - you need to come back down to reality, if only for the sake of your mental health

Not just culture war guys, anyone doing this You aren't up against people; you are facing what has since become a fundamental force of nature. Top-down social engineering propagated by NGOs, academia, think tanks, alphabet soup, billionaires, industrialists and elected officials who keep it in motion is here to stay
Jan 6 β€’ 48 tweets β€’ 18 min read
Sometimes an element of revenge is all it takes to grab people's attention forever

Gypsy Rose Blancharde: a thread Image Her story is shop-worn and been pawed at by hundreds of legitimate journalists who actually took the time to consult forensic psychologists and the DSM V before they wrote about her. Then there's everyone else:
Dec 29, 2023 β€’ 56 tweets β€’ 20 min read
If poverty leads to crime, then how come Appalachia has a lower crime rate than the national average?

Let's take a look: Image Atrocity tourism only works one-way and some who can't get enough of it π—Ήπ—Όπ˜ƒπ—² to gawk at people living in grinding, hope destroying poverty as long as they're not white

They'd probably laugh if you mention the white ghettos in South Africa

Dec 19, 2023 β€’ 23 tweets β€’ 7 min read
"Why is the dating market for men so fucking awful these days?"

'Because female choosiness is proportional to their own perceived social status. Women only date up and if the average man is equal to the average woman, then the average man is no longer considered attractive' Image 'This is also the reason why pretty much the entire developed world is struggling with birthrates, because women are too choosy to become attracted to the men they can realistically marry. Most aren't fine with cryptic symbolism from dreams, so lemme try and back this up' Image
Dec 6, 2023 β€’ 67 tweets β€’ 19 min read
Aristophanes

No, not .@Aristos_Revenge, that living reminder of physiognomy with a grotesque bike-seat sniffing sex offender face, fleecing his following with "notice, and move on" in 30 different groupchats with the same 50 useless gay culture war nerds

The real one. A thread: Image The great comic dramatist and poet of Athens. His birth year is uncertain. He is known to have been about the same age as Eupolis, and is said to have been "almost a boy" when his first comedy (The Banqueters) was brought out in 427 BC. His father Philippus was a landowner in