Asking 24 women why they don’t use birth control

Buzzfeed article

LOVED THIS. Kudos to these ladies for honoring their bodies and taking responsibility for their sexuality.

Of course, rampant insanity from raging feminists in the comments. How dare these women not make themselves sexually available to all the menz, alla da time! Responsibility WTF? Hah. Feminism: using women as life support systems for genitals.


I copied the first few; the rest are at the link. Just lovely!


We Asked 24 Women Why They Don’t Use Birth Control And These Are Their Answers

24 women answered, and every answer was different







Coolest Summer on Record

Brrr. See my Winterizing post for my personal response 🙂


Coolest Summer


The frequency of 90 degree days in the US has been plummeting for 80 years, and 2014 has had the lowest frequency of 90 degree days through July 23 on record. The only other year which came close was 1992, and that was due to dust in the atmosphere from Mt Pinatubo.

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Good civil defense info, and a “duck and cover” primer

From the site

The Good News About Nuclear DestructionBy Shane Connor for Physicians for Civil Defense

What possible ‘good news’ could there ever be about nuclear destruction coming to America, whether it is Dirty Bombs, Terrorist Nukes, or ICBM’s from afar?

In a word, they are all survivable for the vast majority of American families, IF they know what to do beforehand and have made even the most modest of preparations.

Tragically, though, most Americans today won’t give much credence to this good news, much less seek out such vital life-saving instruction, as they have been jaded by our culture’s pervasive myths of nuclear un-survivability.

Most people think that if nukes go off then everybody is going to die, or it’ll be so bad they’ll wish they had. That’s why you hear such absurd comments as; “If it happens, I hope I’m at ground zero and go quickly.”

This defeatist attitude was born as the disarmament movement ridiculed any competing alternatives to their ban-the-bomb agenda, like Civil Defense. The activists wanted all to think there was no surviving any nukes, disarmament was your only hope. The sound Civil Defense strategies of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s have been derided as being largely ineffective, or at worst a cruel joke. Since the supposed end of the Cold War in the 80’s, most Americans saw neither a need to prepare, nor believed that preparation would do any good. Today, with growing prospects of nuclear terrorism, and nuclear saber rattling from rogue nations, we see emerging among the public either paralyzing fear or irrational denial. People can’t even begin to envision effective preparations for ever surviving a nuclear attack. They think it totally futile, bordering on lunacy, to even try.

Ironically, the disarmament activists legacy, regardless their noble intent, has rendered millions of Americans even more vulnerable to perishing from nukes in the future.

The biggest surprise for most Americans, from the first flash of a nuke being unleashed, is that they will still be here, though ill-equipped to survive for long, if they don’t know what to do beforehand from that very first second of the initial flash onward.

Once more into the Kooky Kommiefornia breach

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The gun grabbers in Kommiefornia are at it again, with a restraining order designed to strip someone of their guns based on any old idiot’s say so. It’s been modified from the most horrifying language, but it’s still ridiculous and unConsitutional.

Let it Grow!

There’s a certain bearded man y’all may know in this video, just past the three minute mark.

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Birth-defective literature

Vox Day is rapidly becoming my personal champion in the counter-revolution of modern Science Fiction.


MH nemesis

From the article:

John C. Wright answers a question concerning whether books can contain messages concerning politics, religion, or philosophy without being propaganda:

I am a Christian, hence I regard God as the ultimate floor of reality, the one necessary being from which all contingent beings flow. If I am a faithful Christian, this one ultimate reality influences all lesser realities, and there is no neutral ground. Even something as lighthearted as a fight scene, I must decide if the characters act like pagan warriors or chivalrous knights, that is, with the romance of Christendom. Even a love scene must show love to be romantic, as a Christian sees love, or as situation of shameful weakness, erotic madness, or mutual exploitation, as various pagan and secular worldviews see love.