Fabrizio del Wrongo writes:
The British Kirsten was a popular Page 3 girl before falling on hard times in the ’90s. According to Wikipedia, things got so bad that she was homeless for a time.
How does a woman who looks like Kirsten find herself homeless? There must be an interesting story there. We all run into problems, but few of us are blessed with the kind of looks that appeal to rich caretakers.
Fortunately, Kirsten’s fans helped get her back on her feet. I’m not surprised. A man feels a lot of tenderness for the object of his youthful desire.
Nudity below. Have a good weekend
You may have read about the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) decision a few days ago which “upheld a conviction against an Austrian woman who called the Islamic prophet Muhammed a ‘pedophile.'”
Paleo Retiree writes:
A question I’ve been wondering about for years: As more and more discoveries emerge from the worlds of evo-bio and genetics, how is the PC-opinion class going to contend? When the “blank slate” part of “blank slate progressivism” gets swept away, will anything at all remain of the progressivism? Yet true believers are of course unlikely to simply fold up shop, admit they’ve been wrong all along and embrace race realism and the Alt-Right. People aren’t generally prone to abandoning their faith that straightforwardly, alas. Instead they’ll cling, while trying desperately to control the conversation and/or torture the facts so they fit into their Utopian framework. Or such is my bet anyway. Well, the process is now underway.
Steve Sailer has a lot of droll fun with Amy Harmon’s lame Times piece. As always, Sailer’s commenters are a brainy and funny bunch. One of them writes, “Amy Harmon is a scientist-whisperer. She gets scientists to say what the SJWs want them to say.”
Bonus link: Razib on the San Bushmen.