Linkage: June 5, 2018 #TheTriggering – OPP (Other People’s Podcasts)
Greetings from Texas. In this episode of Linkage it’s all about OPP. That would be Other People’s Podcasts.
On this episode of This Alt-Right Life, I talk to Adam Piggott, an Australian author and adventurer.
Adam is the author of Pushing Rubber Downhill, a memoir about his career as a whitewater rafting instructor, as well as the host of the Pushing Rubber Podcast. In the first segment, Adam and I discuss Pushing Rubber Downhill, why young men need to strike out on their own, Adam’s adventures in Uganda and life in the third world, the death of masculinity in literature, and much more.
On this episode of This Alt-Right Life, I talk to American writer Cynic in Chief.
Cynic is the creator of the SJW List, a Wiki naming and shaming Leftists who’ve tried to get Right-wingers fired from their jobs for their political views. Additionally, he also assisted me in reporting on the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for Right On and Red Ice last month. In the first segment, Cynic and I discuss the SJW List, how to fight Leftists by using their own tactics against them, minimalism and how young men can free themselves from the corporate world, Leftist infiltrators in the alternative Right, and much more.
On this episode of This Alt-Right Life, I talk to Jared Taylor, founder and editor of American Renaissance and president of the New Century Foundation.
In the first segment, we discuss the nature of White identity, the necessity for Whites to defend their own racial interests, the effects of mass non-European immigration on White countries, and more.
It’s Tuesday which means only one thing: Thoughts of the Day. We did something a little different this week: we actually had several great questions/comments so we went longer on these as they made for great topics in and of themselves.
As for our main topic, we’ll talk about this democracy sham and how we can use it to actually collapse the system faster.
I myself have always been pretty much of a mind of not voting to destroy the legitimacy of the system.
However after thoughtful consideration, I think there’s a way to vote that will actually bring the system down faster.
We’ll discuss this as well as vaping, IRL vs online activism and joining existing civic organizations that are already in place as a jumping off point for IRL activism.
The podcast is about communication and negotiation amongst cultures. Some brief but interesting commentary on Trump and Brexit.
How much variation in a single country? Looking at Japan vs. U.S.
The three cultural types: Linear, Multi-Active, and Reactive
Getting 7% out of the French
Staging a blowout for a breakthrough
How to earn the trust of an American
Is the globe becoming homogenized?
Gamification for education
The Neuroscience of cross cultural negotiation
Getting down with the Hygge and Jugaad (Please note I did not take the easy shot of “Gettin’ Hygge with it”)
Why John’s portfolio is always missing India
The problem of behaving in the wrong gear
Who’s on the way up? Who’s on the way down?
Looking at Brexit from a cross cultural standpoint
What does pitching/selling have to do with anything? When you go forth to convince a girl to bang you you are selling yourself. You dirty whore.
Also in this episode: Trump’s frame and uber for women only with only women drivers. Men make it. Women take it. What about trannies? Can they drive for or use the woman only uber?
Crushing Frames with Oren Klaff, Author of Pitch Anything
In this Marketing Over Coffee:
Forget everything you know about how to sell your ideas, Oren Klaff tears it down and rebuilds the pitch based on how the mind works.
This episode contains bad language and honesty. Two of my favourite things.
Christopher Lochhead on Play Bigger, and Legends and Losers
In this Marketing Over Coffee:
Christopher Lochhead talks about Category Design, Positioning Yourself, and The Future of The Company
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