Andrew Dice Clay opens up this episode. Like me, he is a very bad man.
Thunderf00t gets butthurt at Lauren Southern.
From the comments on the video:
I had been a subscriber to TF for close to 10 years, I’ve donated money a few times. I disagreed with his brexit stance, but remained a fan. However, it was abundantly clear that he was deliberately disingenuous with the Lauren video, and the personal attack was completely unwarranted. I have unsubscribed. I’m not “triggered”-as he put it, or butt hurt, I’m not even a Trump supporter and I didn’t even know who Lauren Southern was. I just think Thunderf00t has lost his integrity, and that’s hard to overlook.?
I’m not certain what the actual point of Thunderfairies disagreement is.
Here is what I do know.
- If you are an anarchist and you only protest the election of Republicans that means you are not an anarchist. You are a Democrat.
- The popular vote doesn’t determine who is President of the United States. It never has.
- People who are “pro-science” are only pro-science when science supports the conclusions these people have already reached.
Disagreeing is great but can you attempt to have some substance instead of simply being jealous because the other person has a hot girl friend and you’ve never seen a girl naked other than on the internet.
Movie you should watch – Mr. Nobody
Movie you should not watch – Land Of The Dead
I’ve bitched lately about how much sci-fi and horror story podcasts have started to suck and focus on social engineering. Here are some science fiction podcasts episodes from Lightspeed Magazine that don’t suck:
Veil Of Ignorance – an interesting take on a well known philosophical thought experiment.
Cerile and the Journeyer – a shockingly accurate assessment of how men and women think and what drives them.
The Way Home – the only flaw in this story is inserting women into a combat patrol and pretending women would be capable in this situation. Otherwise damn good story.