2020-07-15

A look back in angora whyte

From 2013, pictures of Whyte Ave at night. I think I've met that asian chick about halfway down who's on the left with her mouth open with her friend.

Don't bother reading anything else by the lying scum of an author though.

This is what free speech looks like

I am totally 100% opposed to the RCMP "investigating" a letter that merely expresses in a crude graphic that catch-all putdown: "drop dead".



This was not a specific or even general threat: it was simply saying "this is what I think of you". Even in far-left Canada that legally falls under protected speech and obviously morally falls under the acceptable realm of political expression which must be allowed to be expressed.

2020-07-14

Not even in a panic did we need fake meat

A few days ago I talked about how I'm finally breaking into my supplies purchased during the Wuhan Flu hoarding era.

I know I took some photos of baking aisle without any shortages except for flour, but try as I might I couldn't find where it was. I did find a picture of empty shelves somebody else sent me and used that in the post instead.

What I also found were a series of photos of empty meat shelves during the pandemic...except for one conspicuous product.

(click to view full size)


I'm really unsure how Beyond Meat still had any stock market valuation after all this.

2020-07-13

Romulan A.I. research



Related.

2020-07-12

Black art sucks

Hey, is maybe the reason nigger artists aren't as successful as they think they should be at all related to how shitty their art is?

This one looks like Floyd's 6yr old daughter drew it in between her being told lies about her criminal daddy.

This one is called "I See God in Us/Trinity" rather than "three fat negresses apparently looking into a crystal ball.

Are there any good pieces of art? This one isn't bad, but it's also just an artist representation of an already well-known character. It's only interesting because of the white-man created media property you associate with it.

2020-07-11

"Oh My God!"

If you play any amount of FTL you have at least one and possibly two keys binded to "pause" (middle mouse button and spacebar for me). As a result, it's also amazing when you watch how far RedLetterMedia's Rich Evans progressed without pausing the game...

UPitt black-only graduation

Story: Students Demand Pitt Eliminate Free Speech Protections

Black Pitt, which did not return a request for comment, went further than merely targeting speech on campus. The list of demands includes a black-only graduation, an overhaul of university curriculum to be more "inclusive and comprehensive regarding the plight and triumphs of black people" and to "include the black narrative," an established master's and Ph.D. program in "black studies," and for the university to sever ties with the city of Pittsburgh's police department.

Meme: (click to view full-size)

2020-07-10

June 2020

There will possibly never be a month for this blog like June of 2020. 112 posts over 30 days for an average of a post every 6 hours 25 minutes 43 seconds.

As I warned at the 3000th post, this wasn't going to be sustainable long-term: I expect in July to start scaling back and even moreso in August. Summer vacations will do that, you know.

Alternate theory

Dozens of Winnipeg women, desperate enough to sleep with ugly Winnipeg men, try to save face by claiming they were given a roofie.

No I'm serious: having been to Winnipeg a few times (I was, pre-COVID, supposed to be there this summer actually) and talking with Winnipeg girls who have, not meaning to stroke my own ego, thrown themselves at me because of hot I was by virtue of clearly not being a local, this theory is easily more common than the CBC "oh woe is woman" talking point.

2020-07-09

The most insane cancel culture twist

The country music band Lady Antebellum, who changed it to "Lady A" because apparently it offended #NiggerLivesMoreImportantThanSocietyMotherFucker, has now sued the (black) singer already known as Lady A for not letting them have the name she already was using that they just decided is theirs.

On June 11, members of the band Lady A (Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood) renounced their name saying when they formed 14 years ago, they didn't consider the pre-Civil War "associations that weigh down this word," including ties to slavery.

Wouldn't it be something if, when this all ended up before a judge, he ruled that they legally had to change their name back to Lady Antebellum?

Fake News

Tell us exactly what was on the poster, CBC.

You won't, of course. You won't allow comments on the video for the same reason.

Because if we saw the actual poster we'd know it wasn't a big deal. You're lying fake news.

Kill yourselves.

Baking powder

Can't find my picture of the aisle amply supplied of everything else, so I have to use this donated photo instead.
Hey remember when "baking supplies" were being emptied from store shelves for some obscure thing called...hold on let me confirm...a "COVID-19"?

One of the things that I had noted at the time was that it wasn't really "baking supplies" that were being emptied out. It was flour. Just flour. If you wanted yeast, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, condensed milk, etc. it didn't really affect you. This stuck me as more than a little strange: what on earth were these people making?

CTV made it all about homemade artisanal bread which I think was only a dozen people with active Instagram accounts. This all happened just after toilet paper and I think everybody just started hoarding flour because they noticed some random post of empty shelves of flour. Anyways having heard that flour was running low (in grocery stores mind you, Bulk Barn always had plenty of flour including the much superior barley flour) everybody just started mass hoarding flour in case they ran out. Why did they need flour? They just did. As I joked at the time, there can't be that many people needing to make gravy or roux.

Regardless the point of this story is that when this baking supplies shortage began to be a thing, I succumbed. I also gave into madness, as it were. You see, I noticed that my container of baking powder was getting low and thought I should buy a backup. So I bought a second pack of baking powder. And today, finally, I used up the last of my baking powder and needed to open the one I had previously bought.

I'm still waiting to open that extra package of toilet paper I bought in late March though.

2020-07-08

Sir Humphrey on far-left hypocrisy

From the classic Yes, Prime Minister episode "The Bishop's Gambit" comes this exchange about a socially conservative Anglican pastor and why he is dangerous to governments as a Bishop with a seat in the House of Lords:

Humphrey: He's also against oppression in Africa.

Hacker: So are we.

Humphrey: But he's against it from black AND white governments.

Hacker: Oh. You mean he's a racist?

You can watch it yourself at roughly 26:05 in the video below:

Female-centric cities would have buildings that leak once every 28 days

Yesterday Rush Limbaugh opened his show talking about this article from (of course) The Guardian:

Glass ceilings and phallic towers. Mean streets and dark alleys. Road names and statues of men. From the physical to the metaphorical, the city is filled with reminders of masculine power. And yet we rarely talk of the urban landscape as an active participant in gender inequality. A building, no matter how phallic, isn’t actually misogynist, is it? Surely a skyscraper isn’t responsible for sexual harassment, the wage gap, or even the glass ceiling, whether it has a literal one up top or not?

That said, our built environments can still reflect patterns of gender-based discrimination. To imagine the city and its structures as neutral places where complicated human social relations are staged is to ignore the simple fact that people built these places. As the feminist geographer Jane Darke has said: “Our cities are patriarchy written in stone, brick, glass and concrete.” In other words, cities reflect the norms of the societies that build them. And sexism is a deep-rooted norm.
Here's the thing: expanding cities and draining people out of the rural areas was the left's idea
Remember urban sprawl? The solution was supposed to be, yes that's right, large cities with buildings stretching high into the sky. The Guardian article has a photo of the Chicago River: when you take a Chicago river tour you might hear the tour guide excitedly talk about how, sure the majestic Trump Tower is the second-tallest building in the city (after the Sears Tower, of course), but the under-construction Vista Tower will be the 3rd tallest building in Chicago and the tallest skyscraper in the world designed by a woman. So "masculine and phallic" is something women are getting into too. Surprise surprise, women like a giant phallus as much if not more than men do.

Hilariously enough, one of the distinguishing features of this phallic building designed by a woman is "blow-through floors"

So after demanding an end to urban sprawl, now the demented left doesn't like how urban densification involves a lot of buildings that look like erect penises. They hate the physical requirements of the very spaces they demand.

Donald J. Trump's July 3rd speech

Tucker nails it:


The full text. It's really quite amazing.

We will state the truth in full without apology. We declare that the United States of America is the most just and exceptional nation ever to exist on earth. We are proud of the fact that our country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles and we understand that these values have dramatically advanced the cause of peace and justice throughout the world. We know that the American family is the bedrock of American life. We recognize the solemn right and moral duty of every nation to secure its borders and we are building the wall. We remember that governments exist to protect the safety and happiness of their own people. A nation must care for its own citizens first. We must take care of America first. It’s time. We believe in equal opportunity, equal justice, and equal treatment for citizens of every race, background, religion and creed. Every child of every color, born and unborn, is made in the holy image of God.

2020-07-07

Young Ontario niggers are dumb and violent (just ask their teachers)


It turns out that racially blind practices in Ontario schools "disproportionately" affect black students.
Streaming — in which students must choose to pursue either an "academic" or "applied" track when they begin high school — has been shown to disproportionately affect Black and low-income students when it comes to graduation rates and the chance of going to a post-secondary institution.

Details of the province's decision were first published in the Toronto Star on Monday morning. In an exclusive interview with the newspaper, Education Minister Stephen Lecce called streaming a "systemic, racist, discriminatory" practice.
Doug Ford's administration in general and Steve Lecce in particular are continuing their slow descent (maybe not even that slow!) into liberal lunacy.

Do you remember back in the 90s when one of the knocks of Canadian education was how blunt and lumbering it was? I remember in Alberta "streaming" was particularly fetishized by "educators" and activists. In Europe, you see, around the time of Grade 8 or Grade 9, students are given aptitude and interest examinations to try to determine what they wanted out of high school: from an academic education (clumsily already existing in Alberta in the vein of Math 20, Chemistry 30, Math 33, Physics 10, etc.), or a more applied education for the guys who dreamed of being welders and graduating with a GPA of exactly 50.1% (no, seriously, one of my good friends in High School literally calculated how much of his Social 33 departmental exam he needed to finish to get a 51% final grade). In big cities there was also the International Baccalaureate program for the intensely academic, and increasingly in places like Edmonton's Victoria Composite High School programs for those with more artistic interests. Not comparable to the States of course there are still a few schools like Harry Ainley who push for athletic pursuits so students can get those sweet sweet full scholarships to places like Duke or University of Michigan (while even the best of the International Baccalaureate students is lucky to get a 75% scholarship: I was mostly offered 50% ones myself).

While still nowhere near what Europe has been doing (remember those bygone days when European countries were the places we all needed to emulate?), it sounds like the Ontario education system similarly developed along the same lines as Alberta: trying to customize the high school courseload for the very diverse and divergent types of students who were walking into those doors. It does the future welder or future forklift driver no favours to be spending hours making him (and yes most often the sex ratio was skewed so that the 13/23/33 course streams were majority male while the 10/20/30 streams were majority grls -- though we boys, one notes without hesitation, also were at the top of that heap) learn that "wherefore art thou Romeo" means "do you exist" and not "where are you".

Note above that I mentioned that there was a sex imbalance between the programs. Does this mean high schools are systemically misandrist? Of course, not, anymore than you would say that the prison system is systemically misandrist. Of course, the same argument can (and has) been made about prisons: nobody would say that men being imprisoned beyond their proportion of the general population means the system is biased against them...yet you'll find a lot of morons insisting that niggers are being systematically discriminated against because they are imprisoned beyond their proportion of the general population.

Turns out the same narrow thinking has bothered these same morons about Ontario public schools.
A 2017 report led by York University professor Carl James found that Black teens in the Greater Toronto Area were being streamed into applied course tracks at significantly higher rates than other students.

Fifty-three per cent of Black students were in academic programs as compared to 81 per cent of white and 80 per cent of other so-called racialized students, meaning those who are part of other visible minorities. Conversely, 39 per cent of Black students were enrolled in applied programs, compared to 18 per cent of other racialized groups and 16 per cent of white students.

Meanwhile, a 2015 report from the group People for Education found that students taking applied courses in Grade 9 were much less likely to go to university and that students from low-income groups were more likely to enrol in applied courses.
The data shows black kids can't handle academics and have behavioural issues.

Leece doesn't go out and say it, and obviously neither do the activists, but this study by Carl James indicates that black kids can't handle academics. Even by the apparently weak standards of the infamously bad Ontario school system, it's crazy that 80% of nonblacks are in academic programs: my own memories of Alberta High School is a few years old, but I am pretty sure that the number of students in Social Studies 30 was smaller than the number of students in Social Studies 33. Even if our group was larger, we weren't significantly larger, so I would put the breakdown as 40-60 between academic-applied (to use the Ontario nomenclature). Even if I had it backwards, it would be 60-40 and not 70-30 and definitely not 80-20. Yet with this dumbing down of the Ontario curriculum nigger kids still only go into the academic stream at 65% the rate of whites and "other so-called racialized students" by which I can assume we mean asians with some Middle Easterners and (non-red) Indians tossed into the balance. This is the GTA after all. Meanwhile, the same article mentions another disparity assumed to be caused by "systemic racism":
The Ministry of Education also says it will implement a ban on suspensions for students in junior kindergarten to Grade 3, another practice that has been shown to disproportionately impact Black students.

The 2017 study by James reported that 42 per cent of all Black students in the Toronto, York, Peel and Durham school boards had been suspended at least once by the time they left high school.
The review found that Black students make up only 10.2 per cent of the secondary school population in Peel but represent about 22.5 per cent of the students receiving suspensions. Further, reviewers heard anecdotally that some principals "use any excuse" to suspend Black students, including wearing hoodies or hoop earrings.
They try to explain it away with "hoop earrings and hoodies" when we all know they really mean "little black girls are stabbing their classmates with hoop earrings and little black boys all wearing identical hoodies beat up classmates and then collectively deny it was them". Still, this is another data point indicating that this race is also violent and cannot be civilized to the degree their nonblack classmates can be.

It's worth noting that both Kurn and Martok, who also went to High School in different parts of rural Alberta, disagree with me: Kurn thinks 10-20-30 was the notable majority and Martok thinks it was half and half.

Outcomes don't prove "systemic racism"

In both studies, along with all the studies "proving" "systemic racism" by showing inequity in outcomes, what's missing is the mechanism. What in "the system" is causing this? Just claiming it's there to make sure the CBC and Toronto Star editorial board say nice things about you doesn't make it true. Where in "the system" is it racist and discriminatory? Are the tests Eurocentric (please don't ask how the asians seem unaffected by this)? Are the students being asked to perform math questions on the aptitude exam while somebody sits just outside the room with a basketball and a basket of fried chicken? Are the musical composition theory questions all about notes and not stupid backbeats while constantly yelling "cellphone" into a mic?

No mechanism of how "the system" is racist, no systemic racism.

The CBC article seems to imply that the problem is racist teachers. Ah yes, the Canadian teaching profession: that same body who writes the curriculum to teach far-left lies to your children (lies like the evil sodomitic lifestyle is good, that healthcare obviously has to come from the government, and that poor Red Indians have been mistreated by the taxpayer and forced into evil schools), is apparently just full of haters and racists.

Please ignore that these same teachers who vote 95% left-wing apparently are also delighting in torturing black kids for the crime of having hoop earrings. (If this seems familiar to you, I noted a decade ago that the Alberta Teachers union seemed to think their teachers were such right-wing racists it was mandatory to exclude their statements from Human Rights Commission oversight)

The big lie

They keep telling these stupid lies. Pandering politicians like Lecce keep regurgitating the lies and giving them extra weight because now "even conservative [sic] politicians admit this so why can't you you ignorant hater". Do people keep believing these lies? Apparently.

Yet the fact remains: Ontario education policies deliberately brought in with the intention of improving education outcomes and letting students obtain the secondary education that will suit them the best for the rest of their lives is now going away "because racism". Nothing racist has been shown in the system itself: the two competing arguments seem to be the "far-left teachers are all super duper racist and hate black children", and "black children are culturally and intellectually inferior". If you look at the top of this post you'll see a graphic showing IQa across the planet. Despite all the claims that IQ tests are culturally biased, there hasn't been a single IQ test yet that has shown that blacks do as well or better than any other race.

Nigger kids in Ontario are dumb and violent. We can try to reorganize school systems to try to disguise that fact, but we can never make it go away. The truth is out there.

RIP Charlie Daniels

On Saturday I posted about July Fourth and embedded a YouTube video of Charlie Daniels' immortal "This Ain't No Rag, It's a Flag.

Yesterday, Charlie Daniels died.

Obviously all the obituaries you'll be seeing make reference to his greatest hit: "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". You may recall it appeared on this blog six years ago mainly to bemoan how bad his PG-rated "sequel" song was. It's a good song, I enjoy it.

But in deference to my father's favourite Charlie Daniels song, let's give a classic listen to his "Uneasy Rider" (or as he always thought it was named, "Ballad of the Uneasy Rider"):


Rest in peace, Charlie. Shame you both lived long enough to witness the leftist destruction of the country you loved but not long enough to watch us slaughter them in the upcoming civil war.

2020-07-06

This day in (blog) history

There's no Calgary Stampede this year. Eleven years ago there was and I went.

Hot asian chicks seen in skirts, cowboy hats, cowboy boots, and frilly tanktop: 190
Hot black chicks seen in skirts, cowboy hats, cowboy boots, and frilly tanktop: 2
Sadly I've been looking through my photo archives and can't find the 2009 or 2012 Stampede photos (the last time I went).