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Super Seducer: The Game That Teaches You How to Meet Girls

NOTE: This is a sponsored post by Super Seducer. If you’re interested in advertising on my site, click here. When I first heard of the game Super Seducer, created by well-known dating coach Richard La Ruina, I thought it was ridiculous. On the surface, the idea of playing a video game about picking up women is so cringeworthy […]

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Watch My Live YouTube Stream of Super Seducer Tonight at 7PM EST

Tonight, I’ll be hosting a live YouTube stream where I play the upcoming game Super Seducer, a dating simulator created by Richard La Ruina, the founder of PUA Training and “Europe’s top dating guru.” I’ll also take your questions and discuss other topics on my mind. The show will begin at 7pm EST (6pm CST/4pm PST). You […]

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Our God is Weiner

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on October 1, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. No politician is more emblematic of America’s slide towards Gomorrah than disgraced exhibitionist Anthony Weiner. Weiner is a painful but entertaining examination of the man’s fall and a warning for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Going by […]

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Revolution and the Myth of White Socialism

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on September 2, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. Many alt-Righters have the delusion that socialism could work in an all-White society. The experience of New Zealand from the 1930’s to the 1980’s says otherwise. Revolution is an interesting examination of what happens when European […]

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Watch My Live YouTube Stream of Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire Tonight at 7PM EST

Tonight, as an experiment, I’ll be hosting a live YouTube stream where I play the classic PC game Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, take your questions, and discuss other topics on my mind. The show will begin at 7pm EST (6pm CST/4pm PST). You can watch the stream when it starts by using the […]

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Ghostbusters and the Suicide of Cultural Marxism

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on July 16, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. It’s not enough for Hollywood to constantly recycle the past: they need to spit on it as well. The all-female Ghostbusters reboot is a fine example of this, and it’s a massive bomb that drips with […]

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The Curse of the Oversized Ego

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on March 5, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. The Curse of the High IQ is a book that needed to be written, a truthful lamentation of how society discriminates against the gifted. Unfortunately, it’s derailed by Aaron Clarey’s sloppy research and poor […]

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Hail, Caesar! and the Artifice of Hollywood

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on February 17, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. Hail, Caesar!, the Coen brothers’ latest film, is a masterful and comic examination of Hollywood during the 1950’s. If movies are the quintessential American art form, the Coen brothers are our Shakespeare. In […]

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Elliot Rodger Goes to Paris

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on January 12, 2016. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. In the Sky is a gripping portrait of late-19th century loserdom, an omen of 20th century comic confessional writers such as Louis-Ferdinand Céline and Charles Bukowski. It also serves as an explanatory apéritif […]

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Social Justice Wars

NOTE: This article was originally published at Right On on December 21, 2015. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. Star Wars: The Force Awakens rehashes A New Hope for the lowest common denominator, with a side helping of Leftist propaganda. What is good about it is not original, and what is original […]

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