Tag: Society

TFS 49 – Internet Busybodies prove Peter Hitchens Concerns

Peter Hitchens does a rather excellent job of describing our decline. It is not the moralist’s self-righteous ramblings that Hitchens brings to the table. But, rather a very tangible, quantifiable, decay in standards and practices that affect everything from personal interactions to jurisprudence. Just… Continue Reading “TFS 49 – Internet Busybodies prove Peter Hitchens Concerns”

TFS 45 – Eastern Europe, My Politics, Bob Lazar Body Language, and Funny Hats

Ok, so first the lineup:  0 – 8 min : The why and how of my interest in Eastern European politics. With some discussion of my strict originalist Constitutionalism. Why global tensions are a threat to that position etc. 8 – 9:12 min :… Continue Reading “TFS 45 – Eastern Europe, My Politics, Bob Lazar Body Language, and Funny Hats”

Communication at UPS – Should I File A Grievance (Vlog)

This video is about my recent experience as a preloader. If you came here looking for advice on filing a grievance click this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPHjXmLobfE . I’m just here to lay out some concerns peculiar to my hub in the interest of promoting communication… Continue Reading “Communication at UPS – Should I File A Grievance (Vlog)”

Are US made drugs Better? (Vlog)

Wherein I go over an article by Eric Margolis. The Article |http://www.unz.com/emargolis/just-how-safe-are-us-made-drugs/ Call Me An Idiot Here http://www.minds.com/Weirmellow Or Here mellow.mission.productions@gmail.com Support This Here http://www.subscribestar.com/TFJ Or With PayPal

Names that Herald The Apocalypse

No one with these names will achieve anything of substance and our infrastrucutre will collapse. If you think I’m wrong you haven’t been watching the news. Good for you. Ignorance is bliss. 1) Josh 2) Kyle 3) Jessica 4) Preston 5) Jenn 6) Ashley… Continue Reading “Names that Herald The Apocalypse”

Of Men and the Blues – Why are NORMAL EMOTIONS described as “Being Vulnerable” by culture and academics?

  You see this ‘get in touch with your feelings thing’ everywhere. From cheesy romantic comedies to academic journals. It’s been all the rage for decades yet the demographic most at risk for depression and suicide seems to be having a tougher time. Isn’t… Continue Reading “Of Men and the Blues – Why are NORMAL EMOTIONS described as “Being Vulnerable” by culture and academics?”

Forgetting Labor

‘There’s more than that to being poor.’ A discussion on the disconnect between pundits and the working class. The question as to whether or not I should upload this… was answered – when I did a random search for Free Domain music on the… Continue Reading “Forgetting Labor”

Everyone should Code?

I’ve heard several people weigh in on a series of articles describing troubles faced by men and boys (eg). These articles point out the higher rate of suicide, the unemployment, the crime, and the failure to form relationships. These are certainly problems that need… Continue Reading “Everyone should Code?”

Ten Years Prior – Uniqlo and Article 13

  Thoughts on the global village, trendy minimalism, and the homogenization of culture. |David Hoffman’s Video | |Sargon on Article 13 | |The Atlantic on Uniqlo | https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/04/uniqlo-millennials-gap/583219/

Murica Month | Party Spirit

George Washington did not seem to truly belong to any particular party and cautioned about ‘party spirit’ in his farewell address. Is a democratic republic possible without robust parties? Please share your thoughts below. Note: Federalism is the balancing act between state and federal… Continue Reading “Murica Month | Party Spirit”