BioShock is a high water mark of gaming, both in its mechanics and how they integrate into the storytelling; this makes it's flaws all the more glaring and worthy of study. A bad mechanic that's meant to be taken seriously can undermine the entire setting, making Suspension of Disbelief impossible.
My last post inadvertently highlighted the effeminacy that is running rampant in the West.
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Six points of contention - of contradiction - between the Mainstream, and the Alt Media.
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A tribute to all of the brave politicians who bring diversity to Canadian shores.
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In some ways, I'm glad that Donald Trump has lost his lustre; it's a signal to all of us that civilization can't be won by worshipping a man, instead it must be earned through individual righteousness.
This short, educational film is intended to contrast the fantasy of violence in cinema, and the reality of violence in real life. Or as Aaron Clarey would say, it's dispelling the Roundhouse Kicking Chick-Cop fantasy!
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If we are going to examine the mistakes of others, it should be with the goal of amending the mistakes which we make ourselves. Men and women have been set up to be adversaries; it's crucial that we learn to become partners.
The violent removal of Dr David Dao from United Airlines flight 3411 is but another example of the creeping anarcho-tyranny taking over our society, the sick marriage between corporations and governments, where the top-down, unaccountable dictates of lawyers and EULAs are backed up by violent force.
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Kings and false prophets will not save us, but through the Grace of God we can save ourselves.
Narcissistic women, and codependent (covert narcissist) men make terrible couplings. They're also the norm these days.
Companies and governments stay in power by empowering the lowest common denominator, but the result is a trashy, second-rate world full of third-rate people. They rule over empires of dirt, rather than cohabiting with virtuous and engaging fellow humans. Everybody's miserable, and society is decaying, but at least the logic of it all remains consistent.
A mashup of my video on Pepe, with that of Jonathan Pageu, along with original animation by Matthew Drake.
The Daily Beast's John Green is a case study in everything wrong with modern journalism.
"Never Again" boldly accuses, but silences speech. It becomes an inversion of the Blood Libel. In the face of such a crime, contrition is insufficient. No forgiveness - only demands of continued prostration. And by prostrating himself, by offering apology, the European confirms his guilt. Thus he justifies - thus he demands that genocide be committed upon him in return.
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Don't mistake the cause of the Leftist for their true nature; name the demon before you attempt to combat it.
Asperger's is over-diagnosed; for most people, the symptoms can be easily dealt with.
Four Blacks kidnap and torture a White kid, and it has nothing to do with race or politics. Trust your government, they wouldn't lie to you.
My review of Ann Sterzinger's novel NVSQVAM (nowhere); a hilariously depressing meditation on the Current Year.
Do you want to win? Or do you just want to feel like you won?
Matt Forney invited me on to discuss politics, the CIA, and the state of the world in this Foul Year of Our Lord, 2016. Listen in by heading over to RightOn magazine.