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Sid @SidPolitics

Twitter perfectly illustrates my full-nerd+non-nerd vs semi-nerd paradigm.

It's run by software nerds, while being most prolifically utilized by non-nerd scolds.

As such, you have a culture where Aspergery literalism meets anti-pattern recognition.

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The New York Times has never seen fit to print that its financial savior, Lebanese-Mexican monopolist Carlos Slim, married into Lebanon's most notorious fascist warlord clan, the Gemayels, founders of the Phalange party of Lebanon. unz.com/isteve/carlos-slims-la …

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Who would have predicted 10 years ago that a priority of most 2020 Democratic candidates would be the destruction of girls' high school sports? twitter.com/ewarren/status/123 …

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"And buried in a long paragraph on page 55, @AdamRutherford gets around to grudgingly admitting, en passant, that what the most sophisticated race realists believe is true is…well, true:" takimag.com/article/occams-but …

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Mickey Kaus @kausmickey

Yikes. Trump's in a stronger position than 2 years ago, because he's managed to wrangle money for the wall. So why does he seem to be about to give away a big guestworker increase (and amnesty) in exchange for .... what? politi.co/2HGnTcm

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Ed K. Pyros @EdKPyros

Great review. Odd how @AngelaDSaini has left Twitter, apparently after a spat with Rutherford, whom she accused of not crediting a woman of color's research. No doubt he'll be cancelled for appropriation—and probably for bullying Saini off Twitter, too. Live by Occam's sword...

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Ray Sawhill @raysawhill

@Steve_Sailer : ”What we can see is the product of the genes we can’t see. So the arrival of genome sequencing primarily just confirmed what sharp-eyed observers had already noticed about who is related to whom.“ takimag.com/article/occams-but …

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My review of @Adam Rutherford's "How to Argue With a Racist:"

Rutherford’s writing style is rather like mine. One difference is that I point out facts in order to increase knowledge, while Rutherford is trying to decrease knowledge by denying realities. takimag.com/article/occams-but …

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In fact, I find @AdamRutherford’s writing rather like mine in form. Of course, the difference is that I point out facts in order to increase knowledge, while Rutherford is trying to decrease knowledge by denying realities. takimag.com/article/occams-but …

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Richard Adams, author of "Watership Down" was a supply officer in 1944's Operation Market Garden, the English attempt to end WWII by Christmas by seizing 9 bridges, with the 9th, over the Rhine, turning out "A Bridge too Far." WD allegorizes their escape. unz.com/isteve/watership-down- …

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"Watership Down" author Richard Adams never claimed to have been 1 of the paratroopers dropped behind German lines in the disastrous 1944 "A Bridge Too Far" mission to seize the bridge over the Rhine, but his great talking rabbit novel is an allegory of what his comrades endured.

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Oslo City Sanjay @PraticOslo

"But why don’t they make up five-sixths? Because, as Francis Galton noted, nurture matters as well as nature. Apparently, Africans don’t flourish in highly African countries as well as they do in countries under more white influence." twitter.com/Steve_Sailer/statu …

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"Watership Down" is perhaps the greatest English World War II novel. This story of talking rabbits who flee for their lives is Richard Adams' allegory of Operation Market Garden (seen in "A Bridge Too Far") in which paratroopers dropped behind German lines had to escape.

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Book titles that include both a racial slur and superfluous punctuation just have to be stuffed with deconstructionist goodness, like this anthology (only $95):

"Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies for Deconstructing Whiteness and Gender"

amazon.com/dp/1498587623/ref=c … via @amazon

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