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I have this concept of people falsifying themselves by their method. The White Knight is the one of the most annoying of these people. In my philosophy, everything said and done is congruent with a soul or world view. The question is who is speaking or acting, how to recognize a psychological profile. The White Knight is the self appointed champion of feminineness and feminine virtue. Sometimes an arm chair philosopher, sometimes an effeminate homosexual, but always a closeted hater of reason and masculinity.
The White Knight is a Gomer, a pussy starved, vagina worshiper. He will say that women are equal to men in one sentence and in the next he will argue that women are the moral superiors of men and the judges of true masculinity. Women are capable of doing anything a man can do, but apparently not fighting their own battles and defending themselves in
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Assume that you adopt a pragmatic approach. That is an experimental approach, it is saying that you don’t know what the answer is but lets try this, for example affirmative action, you have to ask yourself, “has this improved things?” if the answer is “kind of”, you have to ask your self, “how has this improved things? Who has this improved things for? Has this made things worse for some people?” If it hasn’t solved a problem or if it is making things worse, or if you are robbing from peter to pay paul, you have to realize that the pragmatic attempt hasn’t worked and remove the pragmatic “solution”.
The trick is to remain aware of the results. You don’t start with a pleasant desired outcome and assume that it is working. and you don’t steal from one group to give another group an advantage. If you are just…
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SOCRATES: But why, my dear Crito, should we care about the opinion of the many? Good men, and they are the only persons who are worth considering, will think of these things truly as they occurred.
CRITO: But you see, Socrates, that the opinion of the many must be regarded, for what is now happening shows that they can do the greatest evil to any one who has lost their good opinion.
SOCRATES: I only wish it were so, Crito; and that the many could do the greatest evil; for then they would also be able to do the greatest good– and what a fine thing this would be! But in reality they can do neither; for they cannot make a man either wise or foolish; and whatever they do is the result of chance.
There are trolls and then there are trolls. Some trolls have no technique and no code of ethics. I don’t consider myself a troll thought I know how to do it. I feel that I am considered a troll because of guild by association. I didn’t really get to know Blazejack until the troll exodus from Myspace. I was mainly associated with the Faps at that time though I don’t think that I could ever have been considered to be one of them. A social climbingAustralian troll by the name of Lilu was hob knobbing with some of the major trolls and she was trying to bridge the gap between her lamer fap trolls and the L33t trolls on Myspace. She failed miserably, I think she was trying to set herself up as some kind of Mary Mother of Trolls or something. She has since been trolled off…
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It is that time of year again for panettone. I always like to make mine into a french toast. That is pretty much it. The bread is sweater than most so don’t add things that are too sweet to it. I would suggest maybe steaming some apple slices and putting them on top, not red apples, something tangy, honey crisps or pink ladies. Once a year I like to impress my lady friends with this little treat. Panettone isn’t like fruit cake, it is like a croissant with fruit baked into it. Light, flakey, buttery. Yummers, have fun!
Let me know how it turns out! 🙂