Thursday, July 12, 2007

How Flanders Helped Shape Freedom in America

How Flanders Helped Shape Freedom in America
From the desk of Paul Belien on Mon, 2005-07-11 00:01
July 11 is Flanders Day. The date refers to the day in 1302 when an army of Flemish burghers defeated a superior army of French knights by driving them into a swamp. Historically the term Flanders refers to the mediaeval county of Flanders centered around the town of Brugge (Bruges in French). Today, the term Flanders is used in a broader sense, referring to the Dutch-speaking part of contemporary Belgium i.e. the historical counties of Flanders, Brabant and Loon. Brussels, the historical

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

topics on this blog

biology
blog-pcv
blog-tunesie
blogging
bull feces
cheating
economy
eye
France
Good Book.
grammar
hegemon
house value
Insult
lazy-people
lost
NSFA
NSFF
NSFY
psychobabble
snob-appeal
ze-art
ze-rules

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Why Lesbians Aren't Gay ,feminist theory is largely immune from radical questioning

While feminist theory is largely immune from radical questioning in most of the prestige media, few people actually take it seriously . . . especially feminists. They seldom pay their own theory the respect of treating it like a scientific theory and testing it against the evidence. If feminist theory is truly an attempt to make accurate predictions about reality, rather than simply an elaborate rationalization for blaming your troubles on somebody else, then feminists should welcome a frank appraisal of the contrasting longings and ambitions of gays and lesbians, since this offers fascinating new perspectives from which to assay feminist hypotheses.
For example, feminists tirelessly denounce the fashion and beauty industry for brainwashing American men into craving skin-deep feminine beauty. But which is truly the cause and which is the effect? Luckily, the curious analyst can study people who have rejected heterosexual socialization: among homosexuals, the distinctiveness of men's and women's basic sexual urges is especially vivid. Since "Women Seeking Women" don't need to entice men's visually-focused desires, their newspaper personal ads tend toward wistful vagueness: Attractive SWF, bi, seeking SF, feminine & discreet, any race, for friendship and possible rltnshp. In contrast, the "Men Seeking Men" classifieds bristle with statistics quantifying appearance: John Wayne-type (41, 6'3" 210#, C 46" W 35", brn/grn) seeks Steve Garvey-type (muscular, str8-acting, 20-30, under 6' & 185#, blu eyes a +).
Even more egregiously swept under the rug by feminists like Naomi Wolf (author of The Beauty Myth) is the central creative role of gay men in the fashion business. Thus, feminist pundits routinely portray the current fad in haute couture for "waif" models (young girls lacking in the more popular secondary sexual characteristics) as a conspiracy against women hatched by . . . yes, you guessed it, The Male Power Structure. This accusation always conjures up for me a vision of Alan Greenspan, Bill Gates, and Colin Powell resolving in secret conclave to put uppity women back in their place by ordering Vogue to print a lot of pictures of girls who look like boys.

Monday, June 25, 2007

Speciation among primates

Speciation among primates - current estimate for chimp-human split is 5 million years, we're separate species (not interfertile) so it must have taken less than 5 million years. I suspect it takes around 2 million years, depending on generation length. That would indicate that modern humans were interfertile with homo erectus and homo neanderthalis.Modern humans are obviously not speciated. According to the standard biologists' definition of a sub-species/race, that it's merely an in-breeding group visually distinct from other sub-species/races, we are obviously sub-speciated, as any geographically dispersed species will tend to be. -ViL

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Althouse: Should we say "single-gender education"?

Althouse: Should we say "single-gender education"?

Should we say "single-gender education"?
Mark Liberman -- who saw that term in a headline -- wonders why someone would want to avoid the standard phrase "same-sex education." [ADDED: I meant to write "single-sex education," and I can see that my slip shows a problem with the term.] Is it a matter of embracing the word "gender" to express the belief that differences between male and female are produced by culture, not biology? Or is it prudery about about the word "sex"?Liberman informs us that the word "sex" goes back to 1382 -- "Of alle thingis hauynge sowle of ony flehs, two thow shalt brynge into the ark, that maal sex and femaal lyuen with thee" -- but the first use of it to refer to "genital pleasure" is in this D.H. Lawrence poem, "Pansies":
If you want to have sex, you've got to trustAt the core of your heart, the other creature.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

accoupler avec Brice Hortefeux par blogueuse influente

Même si nous étions les deux derniers représentants de l'espèce humaine après une guerre thermo-nucléaire ...
Publié le jeudi 21 juin 2007
.... jamais je ne pourrais envisager de m'accoupler avec Brice Hortefeux. Oui, même pour sauver l'humanité, ça va pas être possible, comme disaient les Zebda (tiens, qu'est ce qu'ils sont devenus eux, on en entend plus parler de ces zozos, pourtant en temps de Sarkozie, ils auraient du grain à moudre). C'est simple, à chaque fois que je le vois apparaître sur l'écran de ma télé, j'ai des contractions.

Prince William riding .......and banging


Prince William riding





Big size picture at link below

from men style magazine


paris and the house of Windsor

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

words grammar

Guy Deutscher studied mathematics and earned a Ph.D. in linguistics at the University of Cambridge

I read the book. it is superb.

Guy Deutscher wrote

in the begining there were

a- physical things words
b- actions words
c-pointing words

the rules were

a-belong together near
b-order copy reality
c-no repeat ( we are lazy)
d- me fist then pecking order< http://www.unfoldingoflanguage.com/

American scientist
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Sunday, May 20, 2007

'victimhood' as a business plan

http://www.danieldrezner.com/mt/KeYaHaMlAs.cgi?entry_id=3296

Affirmative action by Rainbow/PUSH is not idiocy, because they have successfully demonstrated for years that their form of 'moral' economic blackmail is effective. Essentially, their success uses 'victimhood' as a business plan, and corporate America signs up as paying customers and clients of the discriminating anti-discrimination paradigm.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

higher IQ scores sometimes increase the probability of being in financial difficulty

Financial distress, such as problems paying bills, going bankrupt or reaching credit card limits, is related to IQ scores not linearly but instead in a quadratic relationship. This means higher IQ scores sometimes increase the probability of being in financial difficulty.


http://dienekes.blogspot.com/2007/04/iq-and-wealth.html

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Femme libérée et l’uniforme officiel des guidounes de petite vertu

http://steveproulx.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/femmeliberee.jpg

http://steveproulx.typepad.com/steve_proulx/2006/09/femme_libre.html

Femme libérée
C’est un beau paradoxe. Si, en 2006, des fillettes peuvent se présenter en classe vêtues de l’uniforme officiel des guidounes de petite vertu, c’est en grande partie à cause des luttes féministes des années 70.


Tout à fait.


Car si les femmes ou les fillettes sont aujourd’hui libres d’interpréter leur féminité comme bon leur semble, c’est à cause du féminisme. Et si les femmes ont aujourd’hui le droit d’investir le marché du travail, de se faire avorter, d’être jurées ou de gober bêtement un oeuf dans le vinaigre au fond de la taverne la plus crado en ville, c’est encore et toujours à cause du féminisme.
Il y a encore du travail à faire, mais les femmes sont libres au Québec. Libres, donc, de porter des vêtements sexy. Est-ce un gain ou un effet pervers du féminisme? La question porte à réfléchir.

Ce qui m’étonne cependant, c’est d’entendre des jeunes femmes au look plus que suggestif parler avec mépris des «féminissses».
Un peu comme si ces dernières n’étaient que de tristes reliques frustrées, des fossiles vivants incapables de s’adapter au présent.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Lust is associated primarily with testosterone

a rabbi who is asked whether sex ..is pleasure or work. "If it were work," "my wife would have the maid do it."



Professor Helen Fisher of Rutgers University suspects that low sex drive in women is due to the absence of love.

Lust is associated primarily with testosterone in both men and women ... Romantic love is linked with the natural stimulant dopamine and perhaps norepinephrine and serotonin. And feelings of attachment are produced primarily by the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin, which at elevated levels can actually suppress the circuits for lust.

Saturday, March 03, 2007

Loose" WomenThe

In Defense of "Loose" WomenThe latest crisis on college campuses.By Meghan O'RourkePosted Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007, at 7:54 AM ET

Thursday, February 22, 2007

melody Update We can read melody again

13 February 2007 @ 11:34 am
should I stay or should I go
I am constantly asked if I want to leave Bulgaria and go back to America and I always have to answer yes and no. Yes I want to leave here and start a course of my life that will lead to something more permanent than this life here but no because I'll miss it here and I like my life here. Then they tell me to stay one more year and want an answer as to why I am not going to do that. Well, I finally figured out one that works and they can clearly understand.

Update We can read melody again

http://harm1020.livejournal.com/

Monday, January 08, 2007

What is wrong with empty pointless sex?

OK I feel like inviting some slut shaming here.

I always took advantage of my femaleness and let guys buy me drinks. Sometimes I would buy them the drinks. Then you can have playful arguments about who pays. Hell, I had lots of booty call relationships too. The guy knew what he was and I made no bones about it. As long as you are up front and honest about it, nobody gets exploited. But I guess all these people want women to feel ashamed for going to bars and ashamed for liking sex. You know, if there wasn't so much rampant slut-shaming, I bet there would be a lot more women willing to go to bars and have no-strings sex. The slut-shaming ultimately bites men in the ass too. Maybe that's why they need to use cheap drinks to lure women to the bar in the first place. Because the women don't want to be seen as sluts looking for empty sex. What is wrong with empty pointless sex?

Saturday, December 30, 2006

monogamy is a farce!

monogamy is a farce!
EDIT: I just found a paper (posted here)estimating the rate of human EPC to be between <1%-30% with a median of 3.7%. In other words, 1 in 25 fathers reading this are raising children that are the product of their partners infidelity...


In a previous post (link) the bold claim was made that there is no biological predisposition towards human monogamy, but instead what drives us toward monogamy-like mating system is culture. There seem to be several independent lines of evidence that supports my position.
Anecdotal evidence. How many of us:Have never had a friend who cheated?Cheated ourselves?Know somebody who was actually cuckolded?

Friday, December 22, 2006

polygamy is very common in society. It's called dating

The fact that should be shining like a red bulb in the night, is that polygamy is very common in society. It's called dating and crumbles to pieces when a couple in the dating sect decide to get more serious and cement a minimal deal, also known as "going together." There's a plethora of benefits with monogamy and it will certainly remain a dominate element is the relationship game. The knowledge of who's and how many ding-dongs are going in who's and how many hoo-hahs isn't anyone's business except the owners of the aforementioned ding-hahs, as long as all parties are consenting.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Law, divorce and polygamous arrangements

allowing informal polygamous arrangements, imagine the difficulties that would arise in Family Law if an attempt were made to formalize such marriages. The more spouses and children, the more permutations of potential legal conflicts.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

The concept of "authenticity" -is racist.

culture

MARK STEYN

Snip....

The concept of "authenticity" -- that one's skin colour mandates particular behaviours, such as voting Democrat and supporting "affirmative action" -- is, of course, racist. But the peculiar touchiness of the black community on this question recurs again and again in Williams's book. "The defence of gangster rap, with its pride in guns and murder, was that it was all about 'keepin' it real,' " he writes. "In that stunning perversion of black culture, anyone who spoke against the self-destructive core of gangster rap was put down as acting white."
This is a fascinating theme whose significance extends far beyond music -- or, in this case, "music." We're encouraged these days to disdain ethnic stereotypes -- the Scots are stingy, the Germans humourless, etc. -- but, if one were to ascribe certain characteristics to particular ethnic groups, you'd be hard put to burden African-Americans with as many disabling pathologies as are currently touted under the justification of "keepin' it real." "Violence, murder, and self-hatred were marketed as true blackness -- authentic black identity," says Williams. "Keepin' it real" means the rapper Nelly making a video in which he swipes a credit card through his ho's butt. "Keepin' it real" means men are violent and nihilistic, women are "sluts, bobbing chicken heads, and of course bitches." "Keepin' it real," noted the writer Nick Crowe, equates, in effect, to "disempowerment." Because if being black means being a self-destructive self-gratifying criminal rutting machine, and building a career, settling down, getting a nice house in the suburbs, raising a family is acting white, that would seem to hand whitey an awful lot of advantages.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

the dowry was to protect the wife's financial security

Women in Late Antiquity:Pagan and Christian Lifestyles

SAYS:


The origin of the dowry was to protect the wife's financial security since it was not in the interests of the state to have poor widows, often with children, dependent on it. "Any property she inherited or acquired after her father's death remained her own. Her dowry could be used by the husband from the time of marriage, but with the powerful restraint that he might have to give some or all of it back if there was a divorce - exactly how much depended on the law of the time and the terms of the marriage settlement. It did not simply become his property. . . If the husband had a financial disaster, return of dowry took precedence over the claims of his creditors."

Monday, September 25, 2006

Si, si senor - the Brits are Spanish

the New Zealand Herald.

nzherald.co.nz

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Si, si senor - the Brits are Spanish

Friday September 22, 2006


LONDON - Don't tell the locals but the hordes of British holidaymakers visiting the Costa del Sol this summer were, in fact, returning to their ancestral home.

A team from Oxford University have discovered that the Celts, Britain's indigenous people, are descended from a tribe of Iberian fishermen who crossed the Bay of Biscay 6000 years ago.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

celt - blood - uk-

35 000 years ago the men of southern France and the Basque region hunted the wild bison, wooly rhinocerus, horse, and mammoth where they lived in tepees with the women and not in the painted caves according to popular belief. The women would have gathered wild fruits, seeds, and berries where they brought them back to thier campsite. They probably spent most of thier time in those dark tepees and only occasionaly did they most likely wander out of thier tepees to collect the fruit of the plains. The reason being for this is that after menstruation and child birth, they needed protection from the cold and other weather elements to raise and feed thier children. This is probably where the women, over thousands of years, obtained the recessive genotypes like lighter skin and hazel eyes, although not necessarily the dominate phenotype of the O+ blood factor which they most likely picked up 5-6000 years earlier when they ventured out of Siberia on thier way to northern and southern Europe. It is positively sure that a few of the O rhesus positive women joined the O rhesus negative tribe, but a lot of the women travelling to southern Europe just below the Swiss alps likely still had the O rhesus negative factor while those travelling north of the glaciated Swiss alps likely had the O rhesus positive factor. This may explain why a lot of Spanish and Italians presently have dark hair as opposed to the Germans and French who have lighter complexions and blond or blonde hair.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Beauty-Sex-Money: look at any woman standing with her lawyer in a divorce court. She may have been beautiful at one time

Young man says:I also believe that there is no ugly women, everyone has something to offer.

Other man says:Take a good look at any woman standing with her lawyer in a divorce court. She may have been beautiful at one time.

woman says:It shouldn't all be about exterior beauty!!!!!



Replies:

You women are the only ones who ever care for exterior beauty in life. The millions of beauty salons are not created for men. They are to serve your vanity. show me one part of a woman's body which is not treated for aesthetic reasons: you trim your eye brows, treat your eye lashes, paint your toes and nails, stick fake nails, pierce you ears and noses even other body parts, shave all over, change hair color, implant fake breasts, wear high heals, tight clothes, buy 3 million purses, shoes and clothing items and still looking to buy more. Then you put makeup on and then you wear bracelets etc etc etc etc. You are telling me that exterior beauty is not important to you all? Please forgive me for looking for some beauty of the flesh.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

If a leader emerges, it becomes a chiefdom.

If there’s a leader, it isn’t a tribe.

Egalitarianism is one of the defining characteristics of a tribe.
If a leader emerges, it becomes a chiefdom.

Though I think what you’re talking about is more along the lines of a Big Man, no formalized power.

Under stress, humans normally form tribes.

They disregard hierarchy as a luxury that cannot be afforded

Jason Godesky Says:

lost-preparing-us-for-the-collapse

Women who are good at things that men respect are respected by men, and they tend to like men because they have things in common.

http://www.fredoneverything.net/Haters.shtml


...So are feminists.

A feminist sees men exactly as anti-Semites see Jews. ...—the same template, the same bottle but with different wine. She has a more hair-trigger anger (“Men are sexist pigs”) because she can get away with it, a more bellicose incivility for the same reason,

Snip

feminists are clueless about men. ...

snip...

They have struck me, without exception that comes to mind, as fitting a peculiar mold: bright, very hostile and combative, but physically timid and pampered, hothouse flowers really, usually from fairly moneyed families and often Ivy or semi-Ivy schools.

Often they have done little outside of feminism and would be helpless out of an urban setting. They have no idea how anything around them works—what a cam lobe is, how a refrigerator makes things cold, or how a file-allocation table might be arranged.......

degrees run to ideologizable pseudosubjects such as sociology, psychology, or Women’s Studies.