Author Archives: epiminondas

Discretion Is The Better Part Of Fashion

epiminondas writes: Hey, you never know when you might need one of these things.

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Michael Jordan’s Home Is For Sale

epiminondas writes: If you would like to live in the equivalent of a department store environment, this may be the home for you.

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Silicon Valley Is Losing Its Cachet

epiminondas writes: It would seem that overweening hubris has now settled into Silicon Valley like a thick, noxious cloud. The prey have become the hunters.  And trust is being lost.

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Linkage

epiminondas writes: If you want to be successful, it helps to be a member of the Lucky Sperm Club. If Italy’s Veneto region secedes, I may go ahead and retire there. “Throw them in prison!” Global Warming Denialism makes him … Continue reading

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Linkage

epiminondas writes: Don’t worry so much about those mispronunciations and malapropisms…theirs or yours. Steve Sailor discusses the historical contrasts between the land and sea powers of ancient and modern times. There aren’t many trees that can boast self-ownership.  Here’s one. Henry … Continue reading

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Replacing the Banking System

epiminondas writes: It’s no secret that many of us have a visceral dislike of bankers and banking. And some of us have fantasized about burning down a few banks…along with the bankers inside. As an alternative to such delights, here is … Continue reading

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Wealthy Men Spoiling Beautiful Women

epiminondas writes: In pursuit of amour…

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Spengler’s Forgotten (and Suppressed) Book

epiminondas writes: The Hour of Decision is one of those books that should be read now more than ever. Nice book review here.

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RIP

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Linkage

epiminondas writes: Usually, it takes a long time for technological change to trickle down into the interstices of our lives.  The changes come almost insensibly, and only in looking back do we see effects.  But every fifty years or so, … Continue reading

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