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20 year old plows into crowd, the media reporting is biased as usual.


The right claims the left threw the first punch. The car assault occurred after the protest was declared unlawful.  The sight of protestors carrying torches and signs really set it off.  Then Antifa showed up Saturday morning with their usual activity. This also set off protestors that claim they were just using words up to that point but Antifa acted out by throwing gas and spraying people in the face with pepper spray.


What's done is done. The kid from KY is now in the midst of a civil rights case. People are angry or depressed and calling it Trump's fault for emboldening groups to be more forthcoming with their motives.


Meanwhile, Mccauliffe is in denial mode over the presence of Pro-White groups based out of VA.  They've always been here, they haven't been chased out as he asserts.  They rarely participate in violent displays, there's always a mix up with Antifa.  Though, the message appears to be enough to paint them the villains.

My Review of the film:  "Are All Men Pedophiles?"  It's a bit long but it covers a variety of topics.  I tend to think as I go, I rarely, if ever, plan out what I want to say.  It's general thought vomit but you'll get the point.Incidentally, the producer Jan-Willem Breure fell under fire after its release on Netflix.  It didn't get much air play prior, aside a few showings at independent film festivals.  After it aired, blowback from the SJW's forced Netflix to pull it.  It was re-released but a shorter much edited version was made available.
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"Ryan Fleming, 26, was labelled “boastful and arrogant” by the sentencing judge at Bradford Crown Court yesterday.

He was convicted by a jury after a week long trial of two offences of sexual activity with a child in 2013, and cleared of a further similar charge."

Derp or 3 years was worth the indulgence?


Telegraph Reporting


Update:

Blowback 




"Simple stimulation of the brain can cause the mind to play complex and creepy tricks on itself, neurologists have discovered." Source



Well no shit.  [Shahar Arzy1,3, Margitta Seeck2,3, Stephanie Ortigue3,4, Laurent Spinelli2 & Olaf Blanke1,3]


Being aware in the moment of what you're doing vs. what you believe you're doing, is essentially the mindfuck:  Affect Doppelganger


It's like that moment when you look at a picture of yourself and think:  That's not me.  It sort of looks like me but I see myself a different way in my own head.


Your own brain is an actor.  Sometimes you (the impulses that are the essence of what you are) direct it but mostly its directing you.  If you've ever driven the same route every day for years, arrived at your destination but have no recollection of having driven it; you know what I mean.  


Your brain is off doing tasks, meanwhile you're driving a car and stopping at lights and stop signs and the fact that you arrived at your destination unscathed is a good indication that the actor was playing its parts.


Neurologists would classify some habit forming behaviors (such as driving) the pathway to a deeper awareness.  You don't have to consciously think about driving because the habit is ingrained in muscle memory.  So if your mind wanders off, you're not driving into on-coming traffic or falling subject to highway hypnosis.


Good/Bad Habits - Being a creature of habit creates this sort of alter you.  It can get to a point where the controls are no longer in your hands and you've become an automaton to habit programming.  The Good are considered a way to creativity (See: Dupree), while the Bad steps to self annihilation.  


The mind will even rationalize away obvious self-defeating habits.  It's the Doppleganger in the mirror telling you, you're in control... The worst part?  You believe it (See: The Trouble with Belief).  


I catch myself doing it all the time.  Like, reaching for a glass that isn't there on the night stand.  Habitually, I keep a glass of water there in the event I get thirsty during the night from the dry heat of the central air system.   Once in a while, there's a skip in programming.  I forgot to get the water but my brain remembers the reaching part so I'm snatching at nothing. It seems really absurd to me when it happens.  I know what's going on there and why I'm looking for an imaginary glass but it sure as shit doesn't stop me from the physical impulse to search for it in the dark.  





The mirror image of yourself, is the anthropomorphous comfort-zone.


“Whenever we initiate change, even a positive one, we activate fear in our emotional brain,..." 


Using Kaizen as a concept model:


“If the fear is big enough, the fight-or-flight response will go off and we’ll run from what we’re trying to do. The small steps in kaizen don’t set off fight or flight, but rather keep us in the thinking brain, where we have access to our creativity...”


“After the churn of confusion, the brain begins organizing the new input, ultimately creating new synaptic connections if the process is repeated enough.”



I can tell you from personal experience, I'm constantly wrestling with that thing, I get my ass kicked every once in a while but I'm winning far more battles than I did when I was younger.  


Social Media is full of this stuff.  I often wonder if people really believe their own bullshit.  Forums, blog-posts, etc. it's all imprinting patterns (habits).  After a while, you learn to pick up the algorithms of others.  If you're wise, you'll pay attention to your own.


... more

Me:  Most men are utterly clueless about the inner mysteries of the Vagina.  .

 

Him:  It's a strange thing indeed but I've learned to Master it.

 

Me:  You really think so huh?  I doubt you know the inner workings of my Vagina.

 

Him:  Will you stop calling it a Vagina?  It sounds like some disease.

 

Me:  What would you rather call my Vagina?

Him:  Anything, a pussy, a cunt anything but a Vagina.

 

Me:  I see, so you rely (heavily) on the facticity of things, unless it doesn't appeal to your personal preference pallet?  Not using proper names for things is pandering to fantasy but the term Vagina is an exception to the rule is that it?  You would rather pander to your own fantasies?

 

Him:  No, you are putting words in my mouth!

 

Me:  Am I?  I could probably link up a dozen forum posts where you are lambasting other users for using personal terms and definitions because the truth is well, too harsh to accept.  That people prefer to romanticize and you find this utterly stupid.

 

Him:  I just don't like it.  It sounds gross.

 

Me:  What, like Gravity should be called pookie-puss because well, it just sounds better?

 

Here's a Facticity:

vagina (n.) , from Latin vagina "sheath, scabbard" (plural vaginae), from PIE *wag-ina- (cf. Lithuanian voziu "ro cover with a hollow thing"), from root *wag- "to break, split, bite." Probably the ancient notion is of a sheath made from a split piece of wood (see sheath). A modern medical word; the Latin word was not used in an anatomical sense in classical times. Anthropological vagina dentata is attested from 1908.

 

 

genital (adj.)
late 14c., in membres genytal
"the genitals," from Latin genitalis "pertaining to generation or birth" (also a by-name of the goddess Diana), from genitus, past participle of gignere "to beget" (see genus). As a noun meaning "sex organ" from mid-15c.

 

Him:  If you're calling me a hypocrite, you're wrong!

 

Me:  I am, your counter-argument is even less convincing than your argument against the Vagina.

 

[This dialogue represents a dramatization of a recent chat discussion]

 

 

 

 

 

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