Monthly Archives: April 2009

Masculine Instincts & The Modern Mating Ritual

One thing that plagues men is this primordial urge we have to establish harems. I have found myself in this position struggling to overcome the urge to make any girl I have ever had to be an eternal posession who is supposed to simply wait for my phone calls.

Other men are similar. Men become angered when past flames who they were with for significant amount of times get into great relationships with other men.

Something confusing happened yesterday… I was at a table with several ladies; I was starkly aware that I have already had two of them, one currently who I am sort of with and who has left her boyfriend for me, and there was perhaps another who, though incredibly modest, was gorgeous and perhaps within reach.

Yaqi is my current flame. She is short and thin and has a face cuter than puppies. She is animated and likes things I like, and desires to see more punk rock and hardcore music. She is 18 and naive to the ways of men and will soon entrap me as I have the general desire for more security in my life… Continue reading

Japan Buying Off Foreigners To Leave

I know more than a few people who would like to see similar things done in Europe:

Japan’s offer, extended to hundreds of thousands of blue-collar Latin American immigrants, is part of a new drive to encourage them to leave this recession-racked country. So far, at least 100 workers and their families have agreed to leave, Japanese officials said.

But critics denounce the program as shortsighted, inhumane and a threat to what little progress Japan has made in opening its economy to foreign workers.

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Chinese Companies Soon To Be Allowed In Taiwan

Good news for anyone who wants to see more nails in the coffin of Communism:

BEIJING, April 27– Chinese mainland companies can soon invest in Taiwan for the first time in six decades.

    The mainland and Taiwan Sunday agreed on the long-awaited move at the third cross-Straits talks between the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) and the Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF).

    ARATS, representing the mainland, and the Taiwan-based SEF signed three agreements to replace chartered flights with regular ones, jointly combat crime and boost cooperation in finance. Continue reading

Gays Face Their Actual Enemy: Radical Islam

Ups to Pete Ramone for finding this (here is where he placed it).

It is a good column conveying some interesting information from the British writer Ed West.

Stonewall, the gay rights charity, is strongly backing Clause 58, the legislation that would outlaw “homophobic hate speech”. It denies that the measure is aimed at comedy poking fun at homosexuals – and I agree. I reckon Clause 58 is a thinly veiled attack on gay-bashing by Muslims and sections of the black community.

As Stonewall say: “The new offence will tackle serious acts of hatred directed towards lesbian and gay people. These include homophobic song lyrics, available to buy in Britain, which encourage the torture and murder of gay people and violently homophobic publications and websites, available to the general public.”  Continue reading

Soccer Ball Bomb Kills 12 Paki Children

Wow. (ups to Homeschoolmom23 on for making this thread.)

Twelve children who mistook a homemade bomb for a toy were killed in Pakistan on Saturday when the device exploded as they played with it, officials said.

“Seven of the children belonged to the same family. Five of them are girls,” police official Said Zaman said. Continue reading

Left’s End Goal: Control Your Speech

As hateful words are practically criminal in Europe now we are seeing that the end goal of many American leftists is to gain control over your first amendment rights:

The Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act was reported out of the Judiciary Committee yesterday in the House (see earlier story). The bill, which is expected to face a vote in the full House on Wednesday, would add gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability to the list of protected categories under federal hate crimes law.

Naturally, though, they assure us that the bill will never be used as a plank to extend into taking away the basic rights of people to use their basic freedom of speech. Continue reading

Waterboarding Prevented 9/11 Style Attack On LA

Excellent information that I picked up on from a post by RonRonTaiwan (hope Daegu is treating you well — 수고하세요).

The Central Intelligence Agency told today that it stands by the assertion made in a May 30, 2005 Justice Department memo that the use of “enhanced techniques” of interrogation on al Qaeda leader Khalid Sheik Mohammed (KSM) — including the use of waterboarding — caused KSM to reveal information that allowed the U.S. government to thwart a planned attack on Los Angeles.
Before he was waterboarded, when KSM was asked about planned attacks on the United States, he ominously told his CIA interrogators, “Soon, you will know.” Continue reading

The Sri Lankan Situation

A war is raging:

An average of 70 civilians have been killed each day since late January in fighting between the Sri Lankan government and ethnic Tamil separatists, according to the latest tally by the United Nations.

Despite international calls for a cease-fire, including a visit here on Friday by senior Indian officials, the government is pushing ahead with its plans to destroy the remnants of the Tamil Tigers, now confined to a narrow strip of land about four miles long off Sri Lanka’s northeast coast. Continue reading

Indie Stuff & Subway Guys, Funny

Sometimes it is exhausting just to be alive. You got to worry about the things you say and do, and who can read your blog and who cannot; and then you got to worry about the things that other people do as they have a profound effect upon you.

People can be irrational on larger levels than you would even think. That is why it is important to not stand out sometimes.

I am disgusted by the amount of Indie Rockers hanging around… This is one of the most vapid, lifeless and meaningless subcultural expressions ever. If there was a meaning in it I have failed to see it. The fashion is ridiculous but in no way is the ridiculousness positive or expressive… Continue reading

A Stand Agaisnt Gay Marriage At Ms. USA

Vaguely interseting:

Miss California Carrie Prejean thinks her anti-same sex marriage opinion cost her the Miss USA title on Sunday.

In an interview on Monday’s Billy Bush Show Prejean stated: “It did cost me my crown. I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I said what I feel. I stated an opinion that was true to myself and that’s all I can do.”

During the show, celebrity judge Perez Hilton asked Prejean on whether she thought same-sex marriage should be legalized. Prejean replied: “In my country, and in my family, I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman.” Prejean later lost to Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton, who took home the crown. Continue reading