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    Sweden's 100 explosions this year: What's going on? - https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50339977

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    So surprising!

    "What researchers discovered was surprising: Those who are described as "agreeable, conscientious personalities" are more likely to follow orders and deliver electric shocks that they believe can harm innocent people, while "more contrarian, less agreeable personalities" are more likely to refuse to hurt others.

    The study also found that people holding left-wing political views were less willing to hurt others. One particular group held steady and refused destructive orders: "women who had previously participated in rebellious political activism such as strikes or occupying a factory.""

    https://www.mic.com/articles/92479/p...e-all-the-time

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkAngelFireWolf69 View Post
    Sweden's 100 explosions this year: What's going on? - https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50339977
    I like this alternative media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD2d9CSkWXxnj3fBhEj3Pyw

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    IF YOU BURN A CHURCH, YOU’VE LEARNED NOTHING FROM BLACK METAL

    While I don't know anyone who burns churches or is planning on it, this was a pretty hilarious article and also did a good job tying real news that only serious people pay attention to into obscure-ish metal.

    But to blame black metal’s history for this would be foolhardy for one specific reason: the whole point of Norwegian black metal’s story is that the movement was taken too far. At the end, all of the heroes died, went to jail, or became racist folk artists.
    The beauty of the second wave of black metal is that it came from somewhere deep, dark, and oppressively normal. It’s the sound of young people yearning for an uncomplicated world where they could be pure and extreme and powerful, and their lament that they would never reach it. That, coupled with the fact that the second wave was made up of isolated young dudes totally unequipped to express their emotions, resulted in all of the drama and violence within the scene. Burning a thousand-year-old church was these metalheads’ way of showing the world they could change it forever, and making it known how little their souls meant to them.
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    People Have A Lot Of Thoughts About This Comic Explaining Cuckolding

    imagine seeing "cuck" used as an insult by nazis and going "clearly the issue here is that cucks are being kinkshamed"
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    Someone ate a $120,000 banana that an artist had taped to a wall



    The work, by Maurizio Cattelan, was ripe for the picking -- and on Saturday, it was unceremoniously taken off the wall at the Art Basel Miami Beach and eaten by a performance artist, amid a crowd of stunned onlookers, some of whom posted videos of the incident.

    "I really love this installation. It's very delicious," David Datuna wrote on Instagram, alongside a video showing the aftermath of his stunt.
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    The Petty Personality

    Some things are self-apparent but these were interesting bits imo:

    Argumentative people are less capable of motivating themselves (score of 55 vs. 68). This result initially stumped PsychTests researchers until they took a closer look at how confrontational people deal with situations that require a great deal of drive and inner strength. They discovered that the more argumentative people are, the more easily they become frustrated when faced with obstacles; they struggle to dig deep to find the motivation to push forward. Many people are likely to feel a great deal of guilt and shame when they give up too easily – and sometimes, they turn those feelings outward (in the form of anger) rather than face them.
    Argumentative people have more difficulty solving problems (score of 65 vs. 80): The inability to effectively solve life’s problems can lead to stress and, as indicated above, a greater likelihood that others will take the brunt of these frustrations. It goes without saying that yelling until one gets their way would not be considered one of the steps in the problem-solving process.
    “People who are petty appear to pick meaningless fights without provocation or reason, but this is actually not true,” explains Dr. Jerabek, president of PsychTests. “There are multiple underlying causes for their tendency to lash out at others, and our research has highlighted some of them. Argumentative people feel more than just anger or frustration. They experience a lot of complicated, variable emotions, and don’t know how to analyze and regulate them. They are less comfortable with emotions in general, and most importantly, they are less self-aware. This results in an exaggerated response to minor issues… it seems out of the blue or petty to others, but in reality, they are reacting to something very real that is bothering them; they just don’t realize what that really is.”

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    How the World Anti-Doping Agency Betrays Honest Athletes

    If an athlete named Dick Pound didn't exist, we'd have to invent him.
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    When he was in high school, Pete Buttigieg wrote a prizewinning essay praising Bernie Sanders.

    Gems include: “Such an atmosphere inevitably distances our society from its leadership and is thus a fundamental threat to the principles of democracy. It also calls into question what motivates a run for office — in many cases, apparently, only the desire to occupy it.”

    "A new attitude has swept American politics. Candidates have discovered that it is easier to be elected by not offending anyone rather than by impressing the voters. Politicians are rushing for the center, careful not to stick their necks out on issues."

    Lmao. Buttigieg became exactly the sort of politician he condemned. And lol at Jacobin listing him as the author.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    When he was in high school, Pete Buttigieg wrote a prizewinning essay praising Bernie Sanders.

    Gems include: “Such an atmosphere inevitably distances our society from its leadership and is thus a fundamental threat to the principles of democracy. It also calls into question what motivates a run for office — in many cases, apparently, only the desire to occupy it.”

    "A new attitude has swept American politics. Candidates have discovered that it is easier to be elected by not offending anyone rather than by impressing the voters. Politicians are rushing for the center, careful not to stick their necks out on issues."

    Lmao. Buttigieg became exactly the sort of politician he condemned. And lol at Jacobin listing him as the author.
    Well, a vote for Pete Buttigieg is a vote for his parents, which is why I would probably not even vote for him against Trump. People make jokes about him being gay and his last name being like butt or booty but honestly I think those jokes would be funny if he were a real candidate. The only butt or booty that he brings to mind for me is the ones he brown-noses, especially with his facial expression always looking like he is sniffing a butt. Be gentle on Pete, since it's not like he decides what kind of politician he is. Also, don't vote for him.
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    honest labor needs no master

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    @kalinoche, the article on dopamine reinforcement is quite good. Thanks for posting it.

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    An article with evidence on how the mind can repair the body, affecting aging and Alzheimer's and trauma:

    https://getpocket.com/explore/item/w...=pocket-newtab

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    Protestors blockade Aldi as it’s German, saying ‘this is Brexit at it’s best’

    They blockaded it with non-British European vehicles. Brexit = a euphemism for British hatred of Germany.
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    I swear, this gotta be a way to launder money or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    Everyone knows dinosaurs are just dragon bones the Devil left to deceive the faithful. They aren't fossilized because dragon bones are already made of basalt and wurtzite, just like the rest of Hell. [/s]
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    Shut Up and Eat

    Behold: the New Yorker magazine complaining about social mobility.
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    Cthulhu and Christ

    I mostly disagree with the essay, though it has some decent insights regarding the author's life experiences. However, the comic is hilarious, and as one commentor put it, because Jack Chick is a dolt.

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    "“Gone But Not Forgotten.” It sounds like the title of a paperback crime thriller or a steamy gay romance movie (because it is, in fact), but it’s also the title of a new psychological study subtitled “Virginity Loss and Current Sexual Satisfaction.” The study, conducted by two psychology professors at the Universities of Mississippi and Tennessee, purports to demonstrate that the way you lose your virginity “is so salient that it is related to future sexual satisfaction and functioning.” Or, as The Atlantic’s Lindsay Abrams puts it, skillfully ramping the hysterical implications of this study up to 11 while appearing to ask a simple rhetorical question, “[W]hat if there’s even more pressure on that situation than we realize, and how it goes the first time affects the sex you have for the rest of your life?”"


    Full article:
    https://slate.com/human-interest/201...-for-life.html


    I'm not sure what i think of this as of yet.

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    When it comes to caring about christianity at all, I only notice militant atheists or trad folks here and I guess this is kinda gross to both, but I felt it sooo hard.

    http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2013/0...ng-the-church/

    I point to research that shows young evangelicals often feel they have to choose between their intellectual integrity and their faith, between science and Christianity, between compassion and holiness.

    I talk about how the evangelical obsession with sex can make Christian living seem like little more than sticking to a list of rules, and how millennials long for faith communities in which they are safe asking tough questions and wrestling with doubt.

    Invariably, after I’ve finished my presentation and opened the floor to questions, a pastor raises his hand and says, “So what you’re saying is we need hipper worship bands. …”

    And I proceed to bang my head against the podium.

    ...

    What millennials really want from the church is not a change in style but a change in substance.

    We want an end to the culture wars. We want a truce between science and faith. We want to be known for what we stand for, not what we are against.

    We want to ask questions that don’t have predetermined answers.

    We want churches that emphasize an allegiance to the kingdom of God over an allegiance to a single political party or a single nation.

    We want our LGBT friends to feel truly welcome in our faith communities.

    We want to be challenged to live lives of holiness, not only when it comes to sex, but also when it comes to living simply, caring for the poor and oppressed, pursuing reconciliation, engaging in creation care and becoming peacemakers.

    You can’t hand us a latte and then go about business as usual and expect us to stick around. We’re not leaving the church because we don’t find the cool factor there; we’re leaving the church because we don’t find Jesus there.

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    Sky High Is the Only Good Superhero Movie

    We've had enough movies about superheroes. It's time for webcomics about warlocks.

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    The 'Avengers' director shares his thoughts on something that's bugged him for years.

    Joss Whedon has directed two of the biggest superhero films ever, so he knows the genre like few can — and there's one thing in particular that bothers him about it.
    During a Tumblr Q&A, one person asked if the popularity of superhero movies might have something to do with "the rise of authoritarian wannabe regimes all over the world." The director responded in the affirmative.

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    Marvel apparently rejected an Art Spiegelman essay about fascism because of a Trump reference

    In an extra addendum, Spiegelman says that a Folio Society editor told him that Marvel (as co-publisher of the collection) was trying to stay “apolitical” and wanted him to remove the “Orange Skull” reference. “I didn’t think of myself as especially political compared with some of my fellow travelers,” Spiegelman explains, “but when asked to kill a relatively anodyne reference to an Orange Skull I realized that perhaps it had been irresponsible to be playful about the dire existential threat we now live with.” Spiegelman says he decided to withdraw his essay from the publication because of that, adding that he had also recently learned that Marvel chairman Ike Perlmutter and his wife had both recently given the maximum donation of $360,000 to Trump’s reelection campaign.

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    ON ODE TO OUR NEW LORD AND SAVIOR, CHRIS-CHAN

    This is one of the greatest works of satire I've ever read.

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    I'm still not a vegetarian, but -

    https://www.texasobserver.org/ptsd-i...laughterhouse/

    "'Pigs down on the kill floor have come up to nuzzle me like a puppy. Two minutes later I had to kill them. … I can’t care.”

    It will come as no surprise that the consequences of such emotional dissonance include domestic violence, social withdrawal, drug and alcohol abuse, and severe anxiety. As slaughterhouse workers are increasingly being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder, researchers are finally starting to systematically explore the results of killing sentient animals for a living.

    Amy Fitzgerald, a criminology professor at the University of Windsor in Canada, has found a strong correlation between the presence of a large slaughterhouse and high crime rates in U.S. communities. One might object that a slaughterhouse town’s disproportionate population of poor, working-class males might be the real cause, but Fitzgerald controlled for that possibility by comparing her data to counties with comparable populations employed in factory-like operations. In her study released in 2007, the abattoir stood out as the factor most likely to spike crime statistics. Slaughterhouse workers, in essence, were “desensitized,” and their behavior outside of work reflected it.

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    My Get-Rich-Quick Scheme: Sell Dollar Bills on eBay

    This is how our economy works. You don't buy goods because they have value; you buy goods because you have value and because buying goods gives them value for when you own them.

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    What The Incredibles Doesn't Understand About Superheroes

    Foreverial Self-Actualized Oprah Incredibles

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    DAVID DIES AT THE END

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    Anti-prion activity found in beetle grub hemolymph of Trypoxylus dichotomus septentrionalis


    We have two options here: drink toasted bug guts, or die of mad cow disease, Alzheimer's, and autism all at once.

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    Slate Magazine - An Early Review

    New York - California score: 3 - 1.

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    One thing lazy people in California who are resentful of New York-based "high culture" enjoy: not-very-subtly comparing pedants or "Grammar Nazis" to actual National Socialist Nazis. This is one example of why it matters that Slate Magazine is run by Microsoft. (Most Silicon Valley entrepreneur-types also have offices in New York, sometimes primary offices, but they still come into conflict with the established culture.)

    Prescriptivism (Thoughtco., owned by "digital media company" Dotdash)

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Nordquist
    Prescriptivism is the attitude or belief that one variety of a language is superior to others and should be promoted as such. It is also known as linguistic prescriptivism and purism.
    Prescriptivism is a horrible artificial ideology promoting a pure, superior Aryan Master Race Language Variety!

    An ardent promoter of prescriptivism is called a prescriptivist or, informally, a stickler.
    Or a Grammar Nazi, but directly comparing "Grammar Nazis" to real historical Nazis just sounds literal-minded and dense, so we'll gloss over that.


    Why Do You Think You’re Right About Language? You’re Not. (Slate Magazine)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gretchen McCulloch
    What we think of as “good” English is the English historically spoken by people with the most power.
    All language rules are Will-to-Power!

    The bumper crop of grammar texts and usage guides that started proliferating in the mid-18th century were part of an attempt by the growing middle class to access economic opportunities that were only available to people who spoke like Henry Higgins.
    We dun' need ta speak proper grammer! We are modern people with modern opportunities and not old-fashioned disciplinarians like Nazis!

    We don’t pick where and how we grow up, and we know that where and how you grow up influences your idiolect, so why is it acceptable to penalize people for something no one has any control over?
    No one has control over what words they use! They just sort of gush out of our mouths like a waterfall! Are you a Nazi who wants eugenics based on the involuntary words which flow out of our mouths like the mouth of a river which started where we were born?

    The answer is simple if your goal is to keep power and economic opportunity in the hands of those who have always had it.
    My, you are a Nazi who wants all the power for your white patriarchal oppressor friends, Grammar literally ******!

    We like to think we’re more enlightened and less bigoted than our ancestors, but as long as we believe that some idiolects are right and some are wrong, we’re not making much progress. “Standard English” is a loose assortment of idiolects like any other dialect, and valuing one over the other is a social construct that has nothing to do with linguistic merit.
    You bigoted elitist Nazi scumbag. Language is a social construct so respect my enlightened, progressive idiolect or you're literally sending me to a concentration camp, and I can say literally because I'm not a Grammar Nazi like you literal Nazi!

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    Hamburg Is Ugly

    “Ja, Oskar, Ich struck another blow against die damn capitalists by scrawling mein name on ein Gastehaus die Amerikans namen Kentucky Fried Chicken.”
    I've just found out someone I don't like also is considering moving to Hamburg, and this is what I show people for why Hamburg is just irredeemably awful and anyone who wants to go there should be shunned. Berlin has bad parts which should be avoided, but all of Hamburg is basically a bad part of Berlin.

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    Pseudo-penis

    Thanks @BandD. @maniac and @sbbds either really want to know this or really don't want to know this, especially the part where female insects with a penis and male insects with a vagina mate, the female sucks up all the sperm through her penis, and then rips the male's abdomen off. Nature is amazing.

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    On a related note, I know you all need Alexander von Humboldt's lactating men in your lives:

    Strange but True: Males Can Lactate

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