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Steve Sailer 4h
The Bicameral Mind of Roderick Jaynes Is the Coen Brothers' co-pseudonym "Roderick Jaynes" on their Best Editor nominations a joke about Julian Jaynes and his crank/classic "Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind"?
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Washington Post columnist: BBQ Beckys (white women who call 911 over a seemingly threatening situation that then turns out to be a Type I false positive error) aren't amusing, they are vile accessories to racist murders:
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Steve Sailer 6h
Replying to @amy_harmon
Dear , this poor high school kid, who seems like a good guy, didn't want his name to be forever in Google's Permanent Record as being associated with a controversial subject anytime anybody searched on his name: which was _your_ fault for putting his name in the NYT.
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Steve Sailer 6h
New York Times uses "Becky" racial slur to refer to white women once again
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Steve Sailer 21h
Here's a 1992 NYT article validating Prof. Sarich's noticing: "AIDS Deaths Tear at Figure-Skating World" In 1980s, AIDS death rates supported most old stereotypes of which professions tended to be gay, and revealed some new ones, like golfers aren't gay.
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Conan Moore Oct 21
White people are always bad, even if that means good white people are not white, and POC who disagree are white.
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Steve Sailer Oct 21
Right, I think that might help explain why Hollywood leading men tend to be relatively shorter today than in past: more today start as child actors, where being shorter is advantageous. (Mickey Rooney, a child star, was an old time exception that vindicated rule.)
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Steve Sailer Oct 21
, genetics reporter for the NYT, did you ever come up with a best guess estimate of Senator Warren's proportion of ancestry that is Native American? You were extremely angry at the WSJ for saying 1/64th to 1/1024th, but I haven't seen your quantitative estimate yet.
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Steve Sailer Oct 21
Replying to @amy_harmon @UnzReview
Hey, , you were the one who published this poor kid's name in the NEW YORK TIMES. When he wrote to me that he did not want his name involved in this controversy, I immediately realized I should not have quoted you, I apologized to him, and I deleted his name.
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Steve Sailer Oct 21
Replying to @AdamPerkinsPhD
In this photo of male movie stars in 1969, Ernest Borgnine (5'-9") is only one around the national average in height. No doubt some wore lifts or cowboy boots with heels, but still seems clear that Hollywood back then liked its leading men 1 to 2 standard deviations above average
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Adam Perkins Oct 21
Hollywood stars were tall back in the day...
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Josh Rose Oct 20
Teen Vogue is the curriculum of a 2009 MA in Women's and Gender Studies from San Francisco State, transmuted into commercial capitalist form.
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Steve Sailer Oct 20
Bertrand Russell was a rare 20th Century left-of-center intellectual who was not duped by the Soviet Union. After 1917, he briefly thought the Bolsheviks promising, but a meeting with Lenin permanently disillusioned him.
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Colby Cosh Oct 20
Look, the whole idea of Teen Vogue is ridiculous, right? Those two words look stupid together if you focus on them for one second. The people running that title are just building a legend for when “Teen Vogue” is no longer a thing.
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Steve Sailer Oct 20
England became a unified territorial nation-state in the 900s. My guess is that, remote as it was, England was still main driver of the evolution of the modern European state system: you needed a country big enough but enough to resist English predation.
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Steve Sailer Oct 17
Asians continue to pull away from the field in college admissions tests, while American Indian well-being appears to be collapsing in recent years. Otherwise, nothing much changes in racial average test scores.
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Steve Sailer Oct 17
In her new book "Not All Dead White Men," woke classicist Donna Zuckerberg denounces Pick-Up Artists Roosh V and Roissy for reading Ovid's "Art of Love" for tips. But is real target of her ire her brother Mark Zuckerberg's obsession with Emperor Augustus?
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Steve Sailer Oct 17
Here's one of the many HateGraphs published in the New York Times today to show how evil white supremacists are using facts, logic, and science for their unspeakable ends.
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Steve Sailer Oct 17
From The New Yorker: "Elizabeth Warren Falls for Trump’s Trap—and Promotes Insidious Ideas About Race and DNA" Shorter "New Yorker:" We need to have a conversation about NOT having a conversation about DNA and race:
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Steve Sailer Oct 17
Interesting natural experiment: King Hussein kicked Palestinian Liberation Front out of Jordan to Lebanon in Black September 1970. Palestinians immigrated to Lebanon. Which country then had a 15-year-long civil war set off by this migration: Jordan or Lebanon?
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