Tag Archives: Steve Sailer

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Paleo Retiree writes: Explore Angkor Wat. Racism or not? Are you a positive person or a negative person? Given how dull many jobs are, I’m surprised this kind of thing doesn’t happen a lot more often. Felix Baumgartner — the … Continue reading

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Eppur è Ancora Lì

Fenster writes: Used to be 2Blowhards was my first blog stop in the morning and Steve Sailer second.  After the shuttering of 2Blowhards, Steve moved to #1 and he stays there.  I like the constant struggle to see what is … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Just how smart is Richard Sherman? David Pogue remains a really terrif tech writer. His stuff is for dummies without being dumb. You’d need half a ’90s-era Radio Shack just to replace your iPhone. If Millennials are so … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Razib’s blogging is now to be found here. “Rescuing the female body from commercialization and commodification is one of the great tasks that lies before our civilization,” writes Lloyd Fonvielle. Read our interview with Lloyd here. Is … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: More fascinating thinking from HBD*Chick about inbreeding and outbreeding, this time as they pertain to Anglo-Saxon England. Thanks to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, we’re able to peep at the superdeluxe lifestyles of Mexican drug lords. Will S. … Continue reading

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Knockout Game Roundup

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Last week The New York Times ran a story on “knockout game.” As Chuck Ross at Gucci Little Piggy pointed out, the piece cleverly shifted focus away from the effects of the punching attacks onto a debate about … Continue reading

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Diversity Update

Paleo Retiree writes: We here at UR enjoy tracking and marveling at the phenomenon of Diversity. What an overwhelming spectacle it has become, and what a lot of cultural and political energy it has attracted and absorbed. How to account … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: A terrific overview of the U.S.’s history (and challenges) with immigration. One-stop reading for those who want to get up to speed quickly on the topic. The sad tale of Bodli Joensen, a Danish porn performer who … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Amy Alkon wonders why, in these hyper-feminized days, some women are worse at standing up for themselves than women used to be. Facebook follies. Shockeroo: Political leaders aren’t pleased when everyday people start discussing secession. I’m sure … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: HBD*Chick enjoys a book by two of the Chicago Boyz, but has a few quibbles too. Dennis Mangan wonders why so many MSM sites are cutting back on comments. Are big cruise ships helping to destroy Venice? … Continue reading

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