An excerpt from Colin Powell's book. You notice he doesn’t say what happened to the old woman who was too feeble to move. Are we to presume she was in the huts he burned down? People scare their children with stories of monsters who do less. by Chipit in books

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I remember when he lied to the UN, watched it live. I wondered what the hell they had on him to make him sacrifice his career like that. It was probably even more horrific shit he did.

Woman Who Won Million Dollar Literary Prize Turns Out To Be 3 Men Writing Under Fake Name! Q: How do you write women so well? A: I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability. by Chipit in books

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always thought that was weird when I saw it as a kid, old guy is an asshole to a young woman but she wants him anyway. Red pill explained it to me later.

Woman Who Won Million Dollar Literary Prize Turns Out To Be 3 Men Writing Under Fake Name! Q: How do you write women so well? A: I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability. by Chipit in books

[–]Hel 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

As Good As It Gets is the movie in case anyone was wondering

An excerpt from Colin Powell's book. You notice he doesn’t say what happened to the old woman who was too feeble to move. Are we to presume she was in the huts he burned down? People scare their children with stories of monsters who do less. by Chipit in books

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since I doubt colin even knew how to read or write, I wonder if the ghost writer here decided to be based, because why put stuff in colin's book that he denied in real life?

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It's not "stolen". It's from a Jack Nicholson movie. It's pretty well-known.

It's called a headline, not an academic citation.

Woman Who Won Million Dollar Literary Prize Turns Out To Be 3 Men Writing Under Fake Name! Q: How do you write women so well? A: I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability. by Chipit in books

[–]jet199 4 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

That's actually a quote stolen from someone else.

your favorite female author? by RuckusChan in books

[–]fschmidt 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

His favorite author is Dostoevsky. Yuck. That explains a lot about what is wrong with Peterson.

your favorite female author? by RuckusChan in books

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cant say i have

brutal bear pill

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Anyone read the book based on the trash meme called....What the actual fuck Canada? https://imgur.com/gallery/uf3YE 'Engel'??

The Prophet - is a 1923 book of 26 prose poetry fables written in English by the Lebanese-American poet and writer Kahlil Gibran, his best known work. Translated into over 100 different languages, it's one of the most translated books in history, never out of print. by JasonCarswell in books

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Indeed.

But I still have great affection for it and fond memories of introducing it to many folks over the decades, starting from my youth, when I was naive, cheesy, and trite.

I also think it's good to share with folks who aren't deep into understanding the levers of power and corruption, potentially laying a foundational language to reference and build upon. We all need to start somewhere.

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erica jong

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pretty cool

The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality—A Review. Is a left-wing author allowed to believe in genetics? Doctrinaire progressives are inclined to cringe (at least for public consumption) at the idea that one’s DNA might drive real differences that shape our lives. by Chipit in books

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Tall smart handsome muscular blue eyed white alpha males are the envy of the planet. I know. I grew up that way. Got laid all my young life. Even black girls. Black girls are a lot like fat white girls. They try harder. I give teen fat white girls and teen black girls an A+ for sexual enthusiasm from back in the day.

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[–]insta 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You don't believe race is biological? Dude that's flat out science denial.

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Age is a biological reality. Race is not.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

[–]insta 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Age profiling and race profiling really aren't as different as you want them to be. You just view one as more socially accepted than the other.

Hollowed Out -- Alarming Diagnosis, Little Hope, For A Generation That Has Rejected Family & Tradition For A Digital Existence. Teacher Jeremy Adams' book, 'Hollowed Out,' explains the massive challenges young Americans don’t want to face, but must. by Chipit in books

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"They are ignorant, unambitious, anti-social, uncurious, materialistic, narcissistic, and profoundly unhappy. Yet they are strangely proud of all this and expect their free, prosperous world to continue as it always has."

Hard times make strong men. Strong men make good times. Good times make weak men. Weak men make hard times.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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Age isn't the same as the racist stereotyping this book is engaging in.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

[–]insta 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It's more akin to profiling than actual racism. Again, different people have different health needs.

You wouldn't ask a 20-something year old the same question in the same order as you would a 60-something year old. You just don't. It's a waste of time and your virtue signaling could lead to worse health outcomes for the patient. The same applies to different demographics as well.

Your virtue signaling in these scenarios could literally cost someone their life. If you come into the ER with chest pain and having shortness of breath you're more often than not experiencing an overdose, the same is not said about a 60-year old obese man. It's just stupid to operate in this world where everyone are individual actors completely unlike other people.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

[–]Basghetti 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Filling out paperwork in the doctor's office is hell, but providers should have patients fill out optional paperwork that outlines a few things regarding their culture to refer to as they do their work up. That would clarify things instead of just going on assumptions. Stereotypes are a way to group people together, and it ends up being more harmful than not because Western societies are typically not only very individualistic, but there's been enough racial and cultural blending that it would be stupid to outright assume anything about someone based on appearance and basic information.

That said, there are still lab tests performed during pregnancy and other situations that do account for race/ethnicity/and even the countries that you've previously lived in due to different lab reference ranges and clinical evidence.

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"Blacks" is not a culture.

Stereotyping like this is not only racist and offensive, it's factually wrong. All blacks do this? And you can tell that they do just by comparing their skin to a brown paper bag?

What shamefully wrong, utterly unscientific drivel. Why don't you get out the calipers and start measuring their skulls, it's about as accurate.

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Wow, that first paragraph is racist, derogatory nonsense. Prove it with facts. But of course, you can't. Because it's stereotyping.

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[–]fschmidt 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Not race, culture. Moronic modern scum can't even tell the difference between race and culture.

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[–]jet199 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If you give everyone the same treatment some groups will have significantly worse results.

People who really care about racism will try to work out why that is and improve understanding.

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[–]jet199 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You might not like it but one of the reasons black people have worse survival rates for cancer is that they go to church to pray the cancer away and put their heads in the sand over treatment.

What's the group with the lowest vaccine uptake at the moment?

Same problem.

If you can't talk about the problem you can't deal with it and then you get more bock people dying, which is really racist and actually matters a bit more than hurt feelings.

Of course it's not all black people, you know this. This stuff is from ethnographic research not, it's about cultural trends which are often not particularly flattering for any group.

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Oh, so open racism is widely accepted where you work. Aren't you a wonder.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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You know what? I stand corrected. I glanced at two of the items, and just figured I knew what the rest said because I'm familiar these sorts of things. There are certain cultural considerations with regard to prescriptions that seemed racist to me but it is about the tendency to eat certain food and for example a medicine that contains a bit of sodium was considered not best for some groups if an alternative is available. But that page is pretty ridiculous.

However, behind the racism what I see is something different. It is more about the idea that there is something "cultural" as in not enlightened about enduring pain. Maybe I'm reading into it too much. But after I see the racism, I see the book casting like side-eye at people who will endure pain rather than ask for drugs.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

[–]Tums_is_Smut_bkwrds 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Racism is race realism, and what's wrong what that? Not a god damned fucking thing. So the next time someone calls you a racist just say Thank you and carry on with your day.

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[–]jet199 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

See also this

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/aqa-book-authors-under-fire-for-stereotyping-caribbean-families_uk_5bb9626de4b01470d051e48f

Cultural differences are not to be named because then there might be other explanations of outcomes than either DNA or racism.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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It seems to be more inaccurate or outdated than anything (at least from my experience as a healthcare worker). The concept of different groups having different healthcare needs is widely accepted.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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All the citations are at the bottom. These scientific papers can be found at the usual spots. In fact, just searching for the title will probably bring them up.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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See? Same stereotyping as this textbook.

Race doesn't exist. The SJW left has told us this many, many times.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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I mean, they are bootlipped violent apes that go crazy over fried chicken and watermelons though.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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Interesting observations that fit well with common sense.

Blacks often report higher pain intensity than other cultures.

Part of the tendency to cry more for gibs/reparations compared to other peoples who've experienced equal/worse generational "pain" and to be hypersensitive in general (Fragile).

They believe suffering and pain are inevitable.

Part of the tendency of more of them having violent impulses and expectations of violence from their own.

Jews may be vocal and demanding of assistance.

They believe that pain must be shared and validated by others.

The entire globalist network was largely built leveraging that dynamic.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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"They believe in prayer and laying on of hands to heal pain and believe that relief is proportional to faith"

How can anyone write this and not get fired? All black people? It's calling them ignorant Christers who believe in the Invisible Sky Wizard. How about if it said they like watermelon and fried chicken? It's the same, ugly racist nonsense.

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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All the citations are at the bottom. Scientific papers. Look them up.

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Seriously? Did you even read the text? It's this close to getting out the calipers and measuring their skull dimensions. The one for blacks is racist as fuck. How do you not see this?

Openly racist explanation of different peoples reaction to pain in an American medical textbook. by Chipit in books

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>jews

>sharing

🤔

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Maybe the book assumes only whites are smart enough to be doctors?

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Which book is this in?

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Ow!

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Jews Cultural Differences in Response to Pain

Jews may cry out in pain as they strike you.

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piggy backing on your comment, cultural differences with regard to responses to pain are real. A doctor, especially today, does not know their patient so well that they can assess the pain from the patient's expression or description of that pain. They need such generalizations based on observation in order at least start treating the specific patient as they get to know them-- if that is possible any more. If anything, they've gotten better and collecting good data on this, not worse. This isn't a bunch of w.a.s.p.-y doctors chatting about patients in the country club after golf. The biggest problem is probably people think it is wrong to express pain, not the drama queens.

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That has to be horse shit.

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LOL

Supreme.

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LOL

Jews Cultural Differences in Response to Pain

Jews may be vocal and demanding of assistance.
They believe that pain must be shared and validated by others.

Seems odd that Whites aren't mentioned.

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2+2=5

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Yup

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The old green one with Epictetus also.

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saved, thank you so much for your effort!

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Worth compiling into a .zip.

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Thank you poopdawg15, I love reading old books, documents and anything educational. This is history

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It took him the whole spring, from March to June, to make up his mind to take me. All I thought about was Nettie. How she could come to me if I marry him and he is so love-struck with her I could figure out a way for us to run away. We both be hitting Nettie’s schoolbooks pretty hard, cause we know we got to be smart to get away.

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Thank you for such valuable information. It is very important for me.

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Thanks. It looks like u / Dtab is the latest. We'll see if it gets up to the 10 to 20 posts and comments a day like u / batto did.

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Nooooooo! How could anyone say such awful things about our glorious commie utopia! REEEEEEEEEE!

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u/d3rr

u / batto, the latest incarnation of the Americans bot, has been increasingly spamming the site over multiple subs and it may be time to ban this username.

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ben franklin rolls in his grave.

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"Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Alien is always right." - George Orwell, 1984

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Damn, I hope no-one tries to proofread my novels... I have probably offended everyone.... at least I tried to.

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Also posted this on Notabug.

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I love reading books. But the process of writing something has always been difficult for me. Somehow I found out about Essay Geeks services and decided to order my term paper and essay there. Thanks to this, I submitted all my work on time. My lyrics were much worse. I am glad that there are services that help students to cope up with their assignments.

ManyBooks - an online library with over 50,000 free ebooks by [deleted] in books

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Bubblin is an online café of books — meaning, a silent and cozy place to hang-out and read great works from around the world by [deleted] in books

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Hmmm ... it worked just fine yesterday ...

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Error the 500

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Definitely buy real gold and silver.

The value of Bitcoin, bank accounts, stocks, currency, and paper gold and silver will evaporate when the economy crashes and the Internet and the power grid goes down.

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/02/asia/myanmar-military-internet-blackout-detentions-intl/index.html

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Depends on the surgical mask. My 3M Brand has kept me flu free for two years now, the last year without the flu shot as backup. Compare that to the previous ten+ years where I got the flu two to five times every year. I'll always believe experience over anything doctors or talking heads say. There are nutjobs on both sides, spinning their yarns. One side wants to convince you that being a guinea pig for an experimental vaccine already proven beyond doubt to have nasty side effects (if not fatal outcomes), is a good deal. The other side wants to convince you that all masks are created equal, and none have any prophylactic benefit.

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...Trump.

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If it's a hoax, why is Trump trying to take credit for creating a vaccine for it?

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If you haven't heard.......the Iron Left are a bunch of shit eating faggots

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If you haven't heard.......the Iron Left are a bunch of shit eating faggots

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If you haven't heard.......the Iron Left are a bunch of shit eating faggots

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If you haven't heard.......the Iron Left are a bunch of shit eating faggots

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Spam.

u/d3rr

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Ok. :)

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Nice to see you back Panzer!

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You can still be prey, even when you believe the world to be divine.

believing isn't the same as knowing

predators prey...

spiritual pray

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Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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Oh really, so that's where you get your tactics, watching videos. I was sure you paid social media influencers had training materials, and I was right.

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modern people are depraved moronic scum. Hopefully natural selection will reassert itself and this will be corrected in the future.

Bahahahahaha...u r so SMRT.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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You misspelled "Kruger".

Classic. Up there with "your dumb".

Chipit is also the same user claiming "you're a far leftist", and that I'm just pretending to hold my current opinions.

I just scanned through several videos a day ago by a self-diagnosed "very mentally ill" leftist, who claims to teach fellow correct-thinkers how to infiltrate White Supremacist sites and communities, to dox and take them down. One of her fall back tactics 'when things get rough' is to accuse the 'White Supremacists' who are onto her agenda of being jews, leftists, cia, or some other such group.

Don't know if that's really what /u/Chipit is up to, but it did appear to mimic his tactics.

*The 'barking dog' analogy is both sadly apt, and kind of funny.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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You misspelled "Kruger".

I didn't say anything about myself so the Dunning-Kruger effect has no bearing on what I wrote.

Historically other people did have a ton of smart things to say, which is why I love history and read a lot of old books. Unfortunately this is not the case for modern people. As I have repeatedly pointed out, without rebuttal, modern people are depraved moronic scum. Hopefully natural selection will reassert itself and this will be corrected in the future.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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The Dunning-Krueger effect. You don't know nearly as much as you think you do. If you actually did, you'd realize that other people have a ton of smart things to say that you'd never think of. Even janitors and nurses.

But shine on, galaxy brain. You tell off those morons and make yourself feel better about your low station in life.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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Oh look at the galaxy brain here judging the rest of mankind as too stupid to speak. Wow, that totally doesn't have a history of backfiring on people who say it.

Why another book on free speech? And what’s with the cartoons? I’ve been asked these questions many times in the weeks since the publication of my new book, Free Speech and Why You Should Give a Damn. And the best way to answer is with a story that appears in the book’s opening pages. by Chipit in books

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How much value does free speech have for barking dogs? This is the current situation for the vast majority of modern humanity who are too stupid to say anything of value, or even to understand anything said of value.

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They only publish "correct" books with "right" thoughts. It's big brother!

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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... Did you believe all men want to rape because you do or something?

That all men are rapists has been established as fact for a generation at least, and I am astonished that you are not familiar with it.

How'd I shit on men?

Sorry for my mistake, I'll expect less in the future.

You're arguing against yourself. And losing.

When Men Behave Badly—A Review. Researchers found an association between mens chosen targets and women’s self-reported frequency of having been sexually victimized in the past. This suggests that women suffering from unwanted sexual encounters inadvertently emit cues that predatory males can detect. by Chipit in books

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Oh shit, you're serious.

... Did you believe all men want to rape because you do or something?

How'd I shit on men? For thinking better of them and then being disappointed when I'm wrong? I'm not talking about "society" I'm talking about me and what I believe(d). And I would not have put that number so high. Sorry for my mistake, I'll expect less in the future.