Linkage: 27 November, 2018 #TheTriggering
I use to think Asians were “on our side”. I was wrong.
By the way, Harvey Weinstein isn’t white. He’s a Jew. Go fuck yourself yellow bitch.
From 2007 to 2017, the number of deaths attributable to alcohol increased 35 percent, according to a new analysis by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. The death rate rose 24 percent.
One alarming statistic: Deaths among women rose 85 percent. Women once drank far less than men, and their more moderate drinking helped prevent heart disease, offsetting some of the harm.
Deaths among men rose 29 percent.
While teen deaths from drinking were down about 16 percent during the same period, deaths among people aged 45 to 64 rose by about a quarter.
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The researchers, who looked at ER visits from 2006 to 2014,found the largest increases were among the middle aged – especially women. The number of teenage binge drinkers landing in the ER during that time actually declined.
In politics, idol-worship reaches its most extreme form. The Left are drugged by equality, so they worship any idol of the most dejected and sad because that idol conveys the idea of equality. Leftists lick their lips and cross their legs for anything Negro because in their limited shopping center worldview, the African is the symbol of lowliness and therefore equality.
The Right have their own fetish, which is doing right, and since they are aware that humanity is fundamentally a delusion engine, they expect to lose and so they fetishize losing. They interpret the crucifixion of Jesus Christ as a loss when in fact, since Jesus always knew he would be reincarnated, it was a total win. Conservatives apply this to everything that they do.
Nothing makes a conservative happier than thinking that he will be standing there, the lone voice of sanity, shortly before the crowd rushes in, beats him down, sodomizes him, and makes accessories out of his internal organs. They love self-sacrifice as long as they look good doing it.
Teenage suicides are natural conservatives in this regard.
In many ways, conservatives fetishize absolute truths. To them, a moral issue finally clears aside all the ambiguity of life for a binary determination of good or evil, which is easier than the “a yes, a no, a straight line, a goal” of those who embrace moral complexity. If only life boiled down to such simple truths… for conservatives, this their idol worship.
We can see this most clearly with the issue of abortion.
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If we could install FREE ABORTION booths that also sterilized the mother, I would roll those out across America.
Blotchy-skinned vegetarians: your pasta and cereal filler food negates any healthful impact from eating leafy greens. Judgment rendered: BTFO
Skinnyfat marathon runners: Your heart health, and not to mention your aesthetics, would be better if you hit the weight room instead of the pavement. Judgment rendered: BTFO
Big Pharma: We don’t need your drugs. All we need is to intermittently push away from the table. Judgment rendered: BTFO
For our clinical trial — one of the largest feeding studies ever conducted — we collaborated with Framingham State University and the company that manages its food service. We recruited 164 students, faculty, staff and community members who agreed to eat only what the study dictated for a full academic year.
We started the participants on a calorie-restricted diet until they lost 10%-14% of their body weight. After that, we randomly assigned them to eat exclusively one of three diets, containing either 20%, 40% or 60% carbohydrates.
For the next five months, we made sure they didn’t gain or lose any more weight, adjusting how much food they received, but keeping the ratio of carbohydrates constant. By doing so, we could directly measure how their metabolism responded to these differing levels of carbohydrate consumption.
Participants in the low (20%) carbohydrate group burned on average about 250 calories a day more than those in the high (60%) carbohydrate group, just as predicted by the carbohydrate-insulin model. Without intervention (that is, if we hadn’t adjusted the amount of food to prevent weight change), that difference would produce substantial weight loss — about 20 pounds after a few years. If a low-carbohydrate diet also curbs hunger and food intake (as other studies suggest it can), the effect could be even greater.
This result could explain in part why U.S. obesity rates have been going up for decades.
Individuals have a sort genetically predetermined weight — lighter for some, heavier for others. Despite this, the average weight for American men has gone from about 165 pounds in the 1960s to 195 pounds today. Women, likewise, have gone from an average of 140 pounds to about 165.
Let me leave you with links to four podcast episode you must listen to. Our friends Cappy and TJ lay down great wisdom much like I lay the wives of soy boys.
Cappy and TJ Martinell talk about
Leftism as a religion,
How Californians ruin everything,
“Professionalism Plus Politics,”
Never seeing “Bushy Porn”, and
How nothing good came from the 1970’s.
Backing up your life’s work should the internet delete it.
Fear is Cappy’s primary motivator.
“The WHY Does not Matter.” All that matters is “what is.”
Don’t tell me “Racism.” STOP SPREADING YOUR LEGS.
Economics is all about hot women.
Sinead O’Connor is a muslim because of course she is.
Had an interesting podcast with Cotto and Gottfried about the failure of “conservative fathers” to actually stand up to leftism in the country by doing the minimum and raising their kids right. Some good discussion.
– Alex Jones and censorship via private companies
– The Social Media Industrial Complex
– The difference between legal rights and practical rights
– Why traditions, customs, rituals, and festivals aren’t considered as important as before
– Being proven right on the future of #MeToo
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