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Rule 5 Sunday: I Like ‘Em Dumb And Busty

Posted on | May 19, 2019 | No Comments

— compiled by Wombat-socho

This week we were treated to the edifying spectacle of supermodel Emily Ratajkowski punishing old white men for passing Alabama’s anti-abortion law by removing all her clothes and tweeting about it. Many responded to this brave statement by demanding more such punishment. I merely chuckled, for it’s long been known that these women aren’t being hired because they have all this and brains too; nay, the wisdom of supermodels has been a subject of public derision for years. So since we really don’t care what these people have to say on matters of public import, here’s Ms. Ratajkowski doing what she does best, which is to say, filling out a swimsuit in an attractive manner.

Emily as we like her best – with her mouth closed.

Ninety Miles From Tyranny leads off with Hot Pick of the Late Night, The 90 Miles Mystery Box Episode #622, Morning Mistress, and Girls With Guns. At Animal Magnetism, it’s Rule Five Liar Or Incompetent Friday, also, the Saturday Gingermageddon. Plus, Bacon Time with Rule Five Redheads!

EBL brings us Daenerys Targaryen, Doris Day, Peggy Lipton, Chiling Lin, Ali McGraw, more Game of Thrones, and Nicole Harrison.

A View From The Beach has The Welsh Wonder, Jess DaviesI Eagerly Await Watching Her Season as a Greenhorn on the WizardHaving Solved All Its Bigger Problems . . .UNC SJW Shocked to Find Law Applies to HerShe’s Not Wrong“River”RIP: Doris DayWTF TuesdayGone Fishin’ RussiagateA Dog’s LifeRIP: Peggy Lipton and Another Great Moment in Climate Hypocrisy.

Proof Positive’s Friday Night Babe is Vanessa Ferlito, and his Vintage Babe is the late Doris Day. At Dustbury, it’s Condoleeza Rice and Madhu Shalini.

Thanks to everyone for the luscious linkagery!


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Dweeb World Update

Posted on | May 19, 2019 | No Comments

If there’s anything that should cause parents to take away their teenage daughter’s cellphone, it’s the thought that somewhere, in his mother’s basement, covered in Cheeto dust, a loser with zero social skills is dreaming about getting his hands on your daughter. There are millions of these antisocial weirdos with nothing better to do than play videogames all day, and all these sick freaks want to get with your daughter. The Wall Street Journal doesn’t seem bothered by this:

If we’re looking for an explanation of why today’s teens are having less sex than previous generations, there’s this: Many of them spend months or even years dating without ever meeting face to face. . . .
While there is little or no research on the phenomenon of long-distance-only relationships among young people, it’s not surprising that it’s happening, say experts. . . .

(The experts are all probably creepy perverts, too.)

“The way me and my boyfriend met was very strange,” says Katelyn Bobbitt, 20 years old and living in Providence, R.I. “We originally met through a YouTuber who was streaming Minecraft.” . . .
“I started getting more and more out of my shell, which is something I did not do in real life,” says Ms. Bobbitt. “I became closer to these people online than I did with my friends I had in high school.” Eight months into their online friendship, Ms. Bobbitt and Jacob Ribeiro declared themselves boyfriend and girlfriend, though they still had yet to meet.
A year after they first struck up a conversation in a YouTube chat thread, Ms. Bobbitt, then 19, told her parents she was in love and that she was getting on a plane to meet a boyfriend they didn’t know existed.
“I just straight up told them I’m doing this and you can’t tell me no,” says Ms. Bobbitt, who had saved money to pay for airfare. “But my dad was just like, ‘You better call me… You better tell me where this boy lives.’”
Now Ms. Bobbitt and Mr. Ribeiro live together. . . .

(Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Bobbitt. Your daughter is shacking up with some freak she met on a YouTube channel. You must be so proud.)

The online environments that allow some people to cultivate more intimate relationships can also become a burden, however. Expectations of that eventual physical encounter can become so great, the couple fears their first in-person meeting could be a disappointment.
That’s what kept Seyar Tahib, a 21-year-old college student living in Fremont, Calif., from meeting up with his girlfriend, he says, even though they’d talked online on and off for a year, and had even begun “dating” without even hearing one another’s voices. Finally, they worked up the courage to meet, and everything turned out fine.
“We were just scared we wouldn’t feel the same after we met each other,” Mr. Tahib says.
Fear that people we know only through the internet might not be who they seem—or even claim—is perfectly rational. In the most extreme cases, people will create fake online personas, known as “catfishing,” to defraud the lonely.
In Ms. Nguyen’s case, both of the online-only relationships she had from age 14 until she was 16 ended when she discovered that the attentive, always-online boys she was dating were busy also dating other girls, online… and in real life.
Tiffany Zhong is chief executive of Zebra IQ, which gathers insights on the behavior and tastes of Generation Z, usually defined as people born since 1995. She runs an app and online community, of which Ms. Nguyen, Ms. Bobbitt and Mr. Tahib have been participants. Another respondent told Ms. Zhong that when she was 16, she had a brief online-only relationship with a boy two years her senior. Two years later, after she had ended the relationship, she discovered that he was in jail for assaulting a female relative. . . .

This is when every father in the world becomes Liam Neeson.

 

How many times do I have to repeat myself? Online dating is for losers. And it’s also dangerous, because you don’t know who’s on the other side of the screen, hidden behind an online persona. Even if you can authenticate the other person’s identity, however, it should be obvious there’s something wrong with them, because they wouldn’t be on a dating app or trawling the Internet to meet people if they could get a date with anyone who actually knows them in real life. You will never meet anybody nice via online dating, because all the nice people already have real-life relationships with other nice people. What you find via online dating is discarded trash — the substandard losers who weren’t good enough to have relationships with nice people — and also, dangerous creeps who get arrested after locking up a teenager girl in a dog cage.

(Hat-tip: Instapundit.)



 

FMJRA 2.0: Mother Of Pearl

Posted on | May 19, 2019 | No Comments

— compiled by Wombat-socho

Colorado School Shooter’s Father Is Violent Felon and Illegal Alien
The Pirate’s Cove
The First Street Journal
Dark Brightness
A View From The Beach
EBL

Rule 5 Sunday: Meanwhile, Out In The Desert
Animal Magnetism
Ninety Miles From Tyranny
A View From The Beach
Proof Positive
EBL

Illegal Alien Rapes Dog to Death
The Political Hat
Dustbury
EBL

FMJRA 2.0: Come With Me, Into The Trees
A View From The Beach
EBL

The Return Of The Book Posts
EBL

Nostalgia Is Not a Policy Agenda
Dark Brightness
EBL

S.F. Police Raid Reporter’s Home
357 Magnum
EBL

Crazy People Are Dangerous
EBL

In The Mailbox: 05.13.19
357 Magnum
A View From the Beach
Proof Positive
EBL

In The Mailbox: 05.14.19
A View From The Beach
Proof Positive
EBL

The Championship Mentality
Animal Magnetism
Pushing Rubber Downhill
EBL

In The Mailbox: 05.15.19
A View From the Beach
Proof Positive
EBL

Crazy People Are Dangerous: #JamesCharlesIsCancelled Edition
Living In Anglo-America
Pushing Rubber Downhill
EBL

Elizabeth Warren Is Over
EBL

In The Mailbox: 05.16.19
A View From The Beach
Proof Positive
EBL

Guys, Never Do This
357 Magnum
EBL

In The Mailbox: 05.17.19
Proof Positive
EBL

Stupid Is as Stupid Does
Dark Brightness
EBL

Top linkers for the week ending May 17:

  1.  EBL (18)
  2.  A View From The Beach (7)
  3.  Proof Positive (6)

Honorable mention to Dark Brightness.


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Solipsism and Feminist Rage Syndrome

Posted on | May 18, 2019 | 1 Comment

In his third book, The Rational Male: Positive Masculinity, Rollo Tomassi observes that women are prone to solipsistic thinking, making their own feelings the measure of everything, a self-referential point of view that makes objectivity impossible. Of course, many men are also inclined toward solipsism, but in our feminine-primary social order (to employ Rollo’s phrase), only male behavior is considered a proper object of criticism, whereas we are generally forbidden to criticize women. Therefore, the selfish attitudes and emotionalism of women is never noted — at least not by academics or journalists in any “respectable” forum — and these tendencies are indulged, encouraged and even celebrated. In our society, women’s desires are treated as entitlements, so that to deny her what she wants is an infringement of her “rights.” Women are considered to be so morally superior that they are incapable of lying (#BelieveAllWomen) and a woman’s anger is always legitimate.

This is the Red Pill perspective on contemporary culture, and you are free to argue with Rollo — don’t bother arguing with me, as I am merely the messenger — but my point in raising this topic involves the feminist reaction to the recent enactment of laws restricting abortion in several states, particularly Georgia and Alabama. Professor Donald Douglas calls attention to Rebecca Traister, feminist author of Good and Mad:
The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger
.

Keep in mind, even the draconian law in Alabama only applies to Alabama, a conservative state with a population of about 4.9 million, which is about 1.5% of the U.S. population of 328.9 million. In other words, 98.5% of American women are unaffected by Alabama’s abortion law and, if a woman in Alabama wants an abortion, she can go to another state and obtain one. Rebecca Traister doesn’t live in Alabama and yet, believing abortion to be a fundamental right (because anything a woman wants is a “right”) she has worked herself into a towering rage over a law that doesn’t affect her or any of her liberal friends in New York. Speaking of places where Rebecca Traister doesn’t live, did you know abortion is completely illegal in El Salvador, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic? Also, with the exception of where necessary to prevent maternal death, abortion is illegal in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Guatemala, Honduras, and many other countries.

Now, I suppose since Ms. Traister cares so doggone much about abortion rights, she’ll soon be venting her rage at leaders of all those countries. But of course she won’t, because what she wants is to continue the relentless slaughter of American babies. She hates Americans so much, she wants all American babies to be aborted, and she especially hates babies in Alabama, because a lot of Christians and Republicans live there.

You might say I’m unfairly exaggerating Ms. Traister’s enthusiasm for abortion, but what else can explain her rage? The U.S. abortion rate has been declining for several years, partly because of more effective contraceptives (e.g., the so-called “morning after” pill). While I don’t know the total number of abortions performed in Alabama last year, I don’t think it’s a particularly large number, and so it is unlikely that many women in Alabama will be inconvenienced by this new law.

Maybe you should read Rollo Tomassi’s books. Just sayin’ . . .



 

The Internet Is Making You Crazy

Posted on | May 18, 2019 | 1 Comment

 

One way to drive yourself crazy is to become obsessed with a problem that is too large, or too distant, for you to influence the outcome — famine in Africa, global warming, “white supremacy,” etc. This is what Jordan Peterson’s “clean your room” advice to young people is about, correcting the “activist” mentality that plagues modern youth:

“Don’t be fixing up the economy, 18-year-olds. You don’t know anything about the economy. It’s a massive complex machine beyond anyone’s understanding and you mess with at your peril. So can you even clean up your own room? No. Well you think about that. You should think about that, because if you can’t even clean up your own room, who the hell are you to give advice to the world?”

Teaching young people to be like Mrs. Jellyby was always a bad idea, and it has been exacerbated by social media, where hashtags become a substitute for rational argument, and kids think they’re changing the world by re-tweeting a liberal celebrity’s message. Those of us who were adults before the Internet existed — I’m 59 — have difficulty understanding how the social-media environment has reshaped the minds of young people, who cannot remember a world before Twitter, Instagram, Tinder, Tumblr and Pornhub. Speaking of which . . .

Pornhub said [May 2] it is “extremely interested” in buying Tumblr, a blogging platform once notorious for the pornography it fostered before it banned adult content last year.
“We’ve long been dismayed that such measures were taken to eradicate erotic communities on the platform, leaving many individuals without an asylum through which they could comfortably peruse adult content,” Corey Price, vice president at Pornhub, said in a statement.
The statement follows Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon is looking to offload Tumblr after failing to meet revenue targets. Verizon wound up with Tumblr as part of its acquisition of Yahoo in 2017. Yahoo bought the then-fast-growing blogging platform for $1.1 billion in cash back in 2013.

As I have previously noted, Tumblr is “effectively worthless.” Once hailed as an innovative platform, the site was wrecked by a social-justice warrior (SJW) mentality that disdained advertising revenue, and its blogging-for-dumb-people system where users could create the appearance of engagement merely by “reblogging” other people’s content. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s billion-dollar purchase of Tumblr was one of the biggest blunders in Silicon Valley history, and the fact that Pornhub might end up owning Tumblr is deeply ironic, considering that Tumblr also hosts some of the most strident radical feminists online.

Tumblr has so many problems, it’s impossible to describe them all. In 2013, nearly half of Tumblr’s users were age 16-24, and that youth vibe was why the site was considered a hot commodity. But much of that audience has been lost to other sites — primarily Twitter and Instagram — and Tumblr’s problems intensified last November after they got hit with accusations of hosting child pornography. Because the site didn’t have enough staff to properly monitor content, Tumblr announced a ban that effectively prohibited all nudity on the site, using some kind of software that flagged as “inappropriate” content that was not even remotely pornographic. The Internet reacted harshly: “Tumblr banning porn is like KFC banning chicken.” The site started shedding users rapidly, and by March, had lost nearly a third of its traffic.

You might think the Tumblr implosion would make other social-media firms think about the downside risk, but Facebook and Twitter continue stumbling forward as if their monopolistic hegemony were secure. However, Professor Glenn Reynolds is sounding the alarm:

Right now, it almost seems as if the social media world was designed to spread viruses of the mind. And that’s probably because it was. While in the earlier days of the internet, ideas spread faster than before, today in the walled gardens of social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, or especially Twitter, ideas spread much, much faster, and with less time for rumination or consideration, than ever before. And that’s by design, as social media companies use algorithms that promote posts based on ‘engagement’ — which typically means users’ emotional reactions — and ‘share’ buttons allow each user to pass them on to hundreds or thousands of friends, who can then do the same. This repeated sharing and resharing can produce a chain reaction reminiscent of a nuclear reactor with the control rods removed. . . .

Read the whole thing. It’s an excerpt from Professor Reynolds’s forthcoming book, The Social Media Upheaval.



 

Stupid Is as Stupid Does

Posted on | May 17, 2019 | 1 Comment

 

It’s possible for me to go many months at a time without remembering that Charles Johnson still exists. Diary of Daedalus called attention to Charles claiming he’d gotten a thousand hateful mentions after his endorsement of Alyssa Milano’s idiotic #SexStrike idea, but good luck finding evidence of these allegedly myriad mentions. Also, his claim that conservatives are “foaming at the mouth” is fictitious; point-and-laugh is far more accurate as a description of the reaction.

Who cares if a menopausal actress denies sex to her liberal husband? For that matter, who wants to have sex with a liberal woman? Ms. Milano’s #SexStrike, even if it were universally pursued by Democrat women, would only impose a hardship on men who vote Democrat anyway, while Republican men continue having sex with their pro-life wives. So if you’re a guy in a blue state like California or Massachusetts, maybe you’d suffer a nookie shortage, but the guys in Alabama and Oklahoma will be happily banging away. Who’s “foaming at the mouth” here?

Also, when was the last time a woman — any woman, amateur or professional — had sex with Charles Johnson? He has never reproduced, and he’s now 66 years old, so it looks like he’s a Darwinian dead end. Reproductive failure is common among liberals, because #science or something. Like a three-toed sloth in the La Brea Tar Pits, CJ is doomed to extinction, and no one will miss him when he’s gone.



 

In The Mailbox: 05.17.19

Posted on | May 17, 2019 | 1 Comment

— compiled by Wombat-socho

Remember, deadline to submit links for the FMJRA is noon tomorrow; links for Rule 5 Sunday are due by midnight. All times Pacific.

OVER THE TRANSOM
Tacky Raccoons: A Humble Request
EBL: I.M. Pei & Herman Wouk, RIP
Twitchy: Occasional Cortex On Brink Of Full-Blown Psychotic Break With This Unhinged Anti-GOP Rant
Louder With Crowder: Thanks, Leftists, For Admitting You Think Abortion Is A Form of Contraception
According To Hoyt: It’s Not A Magic Spell
Vox Popoli: It WAS Treason, also, Not A Man Of The Right

RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES
Adam Piggott: Friday Hawt Chicks & Links – Time To Bend Over & Get Socialism Edition
American Greatness: Democrats Rally Around Their Anti-Semites
American Thinker: Death Always Follows Democrat Policies
Animal Magnetism: Rule Five “Liar Or Incompetent?” News
Babalu Blog: Jeff Bezos’ Cuban-American Dad Celebrates Escaping Socialist Cuba To Live The American Dream
BattleSwarm: LinkSwarm For May 17
Da Tech Guy: Under The Fedora Facts
Don Surber: Trump – Justice Is Coming
Dustbury: I Might Not Give The Answer That You Want Me To
The Geller Report: Rep. Omar Complains Trump Is Droning Somalia Jihadis To Death, also, Austria Approves Ban On Headscarves For Girls In Primary School
Hogewash: Team Kimberlin Post Of The Day, also, Laws Are For The Little People
Hollywood In Toto: You’ll Wince, Laugh, And Cheer For John Wick: Chapter 3
Joe For America: KISS’ Gene Simmons Emotionally Addresses The Pentagon
JustOneMinute: Bill DeBlasio To The Rescue!
Legal Insurrection: Tom Steyer Tells Dems They Shouldn’t Have Waited On Mueller To Impeach Trump, also, UK Police Complain Proposed Islamophobia Definition Would Undermine Counter-Terror Operations
The PanAm Post: It’s Time To Give Puerto Rico Its Independence, also, Liberation Of Drug Trafficking FARC Leader Causes Outcry In Colombia
Power Line: Relearning The Lessons Of The Past, also, Thoughts From The Ammo Line
Shot In The Dark: When Satire & The News Run Neck & Neck
The Political Hat: Firing Line Friday – The Irish Problem
This Ain’t Hell: Valor Friday, also, Just Gobsmacked
Victory Girls: The Hard Left Doesn’t Want Biden
Volokh Conspiracy: Colorado Court Seals File In Highlands Ranch School Shooting Case
Weasel Zippers: George Papadopolous Says Italy’s Giving Up John Brennan’s Involvement, also, Illegal Alien, Suspected Serial Killer Charged In Murders Of Twelve Elderly Texas Women
Mark Steyn: Failing Upwards

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Guys, Never Do This

Posted on | May 17, 2019 | 1 Comment

Are you a parent? Do you have a teenage son? Have you talked to him about how to deal with girls? Because if boys are not properly instructed, they will turn out to be pathetic losers, like Tyler:

 

Who does this? Set aside, for the moment, the fact that the guy knew he was hitting on a lesbian. Who thinks that obscene text messages are an appropriate way to propose a hook-up? Even beyond that, why are you messaging the girl at all? How is Tyler a “friend” to Emily?

She is not your friend, Tyler.

This is where popular culture misleads people with romantic scripts that never work in real life. There are all sorts of ensemble-cast TV comedies about groups of 20-something friends in which the luckless guy and the quirky girl strike up a romance that begins as friendship. And so Tyler imagines that his “friend” Emily Greberman, despite her avowed lesbianism, might be secretly harboring a crush on him, or something.

She is not your friend, Tyler.

And you were never her friend, either. You were apparently hovering around Emily — the Beta orbiter — in the misguided belief that “lesbian” is a synonym for “just needs to meet the right guy.” No, sir, Tyler. Any intelligent person (a category that doesn’t include you) could have looked at Emily’s Instagram page and seen she has no heterosexual potential.

Here’s an idea I wish to share with young men, and adults who may be in a position to counsel young men: Don’t waste time on cold prospects.

Time is a young person’s most precious resource, which they are apt to squander foolishly. From the time a boy is about 15, he is on a mission to find The One, and it behooves him to learn to be opportunistic and resourceful in pursuit of that goal. Some guys are lucky, born with natural advantages in the competition, and I have in the past referred to this as the 1-in-7 rule. About 15% of guys are just natural-born Alpha males, and never have any problem finding female companionship. Such guys are generally athletic and gregarious and, while they might make errors and misjudgments in their pursuit of The One, they will never be lonely.

The 1-in-7 are winners by nature, and everything written to advise guys on how to be successful with girls — all pickup artist (PUA) “game” theory — is for the benefit of the other 85% of guys. The natural-born Alphas don’t need “game.” They can play badly and still win. Maybe that explains Tyler’s clumsiness. Maybe he’s a jock who is accustomed to being able to score more or less effortlessly (“a little up front . . . never been one to hold back”) and therefore imagines that every girl he meets is interested in him. But if that were the case, why did Tyler resort to hitting on a known lesbian? If he’s really a winner, Tyler would already have all the action he can handle and wouldn’t even think about bothering his “friend” Emily.

Tempus fugits, young man. Don’t waste time.

There is a term in PUA lexicon called “push-pull”:

For example, when you call a girl for the first time, and you don’t ask her out, and you get off the phone first, you are practicing push-pull. She is receiving mixed messages: “He seems to like me, he seems to enjoy my company, but he didn’t ask me out. Why didn’t he ask me out?” Or when you invite a girl to a group activity: on one hand, you’re asking her out, but on the other it doesn’t feel like a date, so she doesn’t know where she stands.

What this is about, really, is putting the ball in her court. It’s like what I call “stick-and-move,” a way to work a group gathering. Rather than to target one girl and go bulldozing in, you circulate the room, making introductions, a bit of small talk, and then move on. You’re a busy guy and there are lots of fish in the sea, so you don’t waste the entire night targeting one girl as if you’ve got no other prospects. This is what I call rifle-vs.-shotgun. Some guys make the mistake of aiming directly at one girl they want to get (the rifle approach), rather than playing more generally for any girl that might be interested (the shotgun approach). Girls can’t stand a guy who seems desperate, and if you crowd a girl into a corner at a party and try to monopolize her time (which is where the rifle approach leads), you’re signaling desperation. Using stick-and-move and push-pull, what you’re doing is allowing her to feel a sense of personal agency — she is actively choosing you, rather than having her choices foreclosed by the unwelcome intrusion of a needy loser.

None of this works, however, if you can’t read signals. What does attraction look like? How does a girl signal interest in a guy? How do you know whether she welcomes your advances? You can’t learn this stuff if you’re not observant, and you can’t observe female behavior patterns by sitting in your room playing Call of Duty every night, which is why so many young guys are utterly hopeless with girls nowadays. Isolation not only means you’re missing out on potential opportunities to meet girls, it also leads to a loss of social skills and — let’s face it, loser — if you had good social skills to begin with, you wouldn’t be alone in your room, so you’re degrading from a level that’s already substandard. That’s how you end up in Elliot Rodger “incel” territory. Not a good place to be.

Emily Greberman is a sophomore at Drexel University, where the annual cost of attendance is $65,892 including room and board. It seems safe to assume that Tyler is one of her classmates and so the question is, why is this guy who can afford to attend Drexel so desperate that he’s making rude overtures to a lesbian? Like, you’re a young guy from an upper-middle class background with a promising future, and you’ve got nothing better to do with your time? While we’re at it:

NEVER SAY RUDE STUFF IN A TEXT MESSAGE!

Years ago, when the Anthony Weiner scandal happened, I read my teenage sons the Riot Act on this subject. Don’t ever say anything in a text message (or email or DM) that you wouldn’t want to see published on the front page of the New York Times. Guys who think “sexting” is fun are creating trouble for themselves. Especially if you’re sending or soliciting nude photos from people, you need to stop, step back and think. Digital communications create a permanent record, and yet some guys will say stuff to girls in an online format that they would never say to her face — as if she’s never going to show this to anyone else? Fool!

This goes for girls, too, by the way. No girl should ever believe she can send nudes to a guy and he’s not going to show that to his buddies. Young people, male and female alike, are living in a very dangerous age, thanks to advances in communications technology. Parents are being negligent if they do not warn their kids about these dangers.

Look at what happened to Tyler. We don’t know his last name, but I’ll bet money that every one of Emily Greberman’s friends knows who he is, and he is now “cancelled,” as the kids say. Tyler’s reputation has been permanently damaged by his stupid text message to Emily.

She is not your friend, Tyler. She was never your friend.

If Emily were your friend, as soon as you started in on that pursuit, she would have stopped texting and called you on the phone, to explain how stupid your behavior was. Friends don’t let friends be ignorant, you see, and Tyler obviously needs to be properly educated. Exactly how someone so ignorant got into Drexel, I can’t imagine, but if Tyler had any real friends, they wouldn’t let him remain so ignorant. So now that he’s been “put on blast,” as the kids say, Tyler probably thinks he’s being unfairly victimized, but he is actually just a victim of his own ignorance.

Well, that’s 1,300 words of education, and there’s no point belaboring it endlessly. The bottom line is, guys have to get smart, or they’re going to pay the price for their stupidity. Selah.



 

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