Everyday Rhetoric

Our job is to bridge the gap between us and the ordinary people who are captive to the liberal frame. Our challenge is compounded by the fact that we are outside of the mainstream. Herd-behaving liberals can out-group us, while it’s generally not an option we have because they are the polite society and we are the party-crashers. This will change, but for now the burden of social proof is on us.

The Red Pill is bitter so it must be given in measured doses. I went into that here as well. That said, people are hungry for the truth and they are unsettled by the environmental poz. Also, most people are followers and need properly worded dispensation, from the right source, to trust their own eyes. Here are examples of real and hypothetical conversations:

Choosing sides

He believes that right wingers are mean and liberals are nice. He says: “Man, I think Trump went too far this time. Did you hear about [some trite fake-news bullshit]?” You drop the smile, look at him and say: “Listen brah, there’s no more debate. There is no more politics. Things are coming to a war. And I know what side I’m on.” He might well slip out of the conversation at this point, probably with some flippant quip. If he doesn’t, and he asks you what side that is, nod in the direction of his kids and quietly tell him: “The side that wants them to be free men and women, not slaves.”

Electroshocking the liberal

Saw this out there: “Bernie would have won if not for the goddamned n_____s.”

Velvet gloves

I knew a young chick some years back, a good girl in a big city. She’s telling me about a fellow in her apartment building who pesters her is a really sweet guy. She is squirming on about how nice and smart he is, along with a few additional positive attributes. She adds an afterthought: “… and he’s an immigrant from Africa… I feel bad for blowing him off because he’s so sweet, do you think that’s wrong?” I reply: “Cross-cultural relationships never work out.” Her relief is palpable. My thoughts, telegraphed to her dad: You’re welcome, mister.

Notice what I did. I spoke matter-of-factly. I said “culture” rather than “race” to bypass her indoctrination infrastructure. Finally, my rhetoric was absolute — “never” rather than “rarely.” Of course some intercultural relationships do work out. But that’s not the point. The point was to give her what she came to me for, which was permission to say No.

Elementary self-reliance

Your eyes tell you who is speaking the truth and who is lying to you.

Your heart tells you what’s kind and what’s cruel.

Your brain tells you what makes sense and what doesn’t.

Your gut tells you what’s healthy and what’s sick.

This is the time…

This is the time to be a young White boy. Your formative landscape is roadside Trump signs. You are a generation of boys that has a bona-fide hero as role model in public life. No one can take that from you.

You also have the perfect foil to everything that’s beautiful and true: Hillary, a word now-synonymous with witchery and decrepitude. As you and your friends laugh about your SJW teacher, the punchline comes naturally: “She probably likes Hillary.”

I said “witchery.” The notion of the toxic female has come back, and this is where you lump in every woman who is not a mother, not a nun, and not a prostitute.

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48 thoughts on “Everyday Rhetoric

  1. Electroshocking the liberal

    Saw this out there: “Bernie would have won if not for the goddamned n_____s.”

    This works.

    On Facebook I have one SWPL friend with whom I can have friendly debates without the usual liberal screechiness and estro-lamentations. (he’s 40, works in IT and childless, of course)

    Not long ago he was still talking about Bernie and he got VERY upset for the first time when I told him that Bernie had zero chance of winning even if he hadn’t been shafted by the DNC behind the scenes. I phrased it much more diplomatically, but we all know black people yawn at the thought of Bernie Sanders and there’s no way the Black Party is never going to go against what their core constituency wants. Bernie talks about social class, he bristles at the though of pandering to blatant racial politics.

    The turnout of thankless, ingrate blacks was laughably low even for Hillary after she wore herself out the last 35 years on her “I looove, looove, looove smooching black ass*” tour of America.

  2. Speaking of black, we should call Dem states and countries “Black”
    Antifa calls itself black block, and there’s the existing “Black party” rhetoric.
    Blue is a meaningless color.
    Red and black. Like the Roulette wheel. Every election is a gamble.

  3. I like the shock treatment, when you have properly “qualified” the recruit.

    For this approach, you need to find a young, pissed off, white male. One can either go slow and he doesn’t know where you’re at, or you can come out of the closet all at once as a fellow racist.

    I have never tried recruiting a woman. Prob you would have to go very slow there.

    Men over say 40 are hard also. It is easier if they have been shafted by the divorce machine. Then one can run MGTOW, PUA then WN.

  4. Listen brah, there’s no more debate. There is no more politics. Things are coming to a war. And I know what side I’m on.”

    An old college professor friend of mine called me the other day shrieking through the old standard liberal anti-Trump talking points, he was unready for the questions I asked on the very first topic on immigration:

    Do you know the status of women in the 50+ majority-Muslim countries in the world? If these “refugees” were capable of progressive Western European values don’t you think their home countries would reflect that a little bit more?

    Do you know why Muslim countries keep no statistics on the crime of sexual assault? It’s because the concept of “female sexual consent” simply doesn’t exist under Islam because a woman who exposes herself to any possibility of attack or seduction is at fault in the Islamic tradition, there’s no difference between the two – a woman who can be raped, should be raped.

    Then I sent him articles showing the 1,400 rapes in Rotherham and the 1,200 sexual assaults/gropings by refugees on New Year’s Eve in Germany.

    “Oh, wait… let me think about that” was his reply. LOL

  5. So. How do you go about recruiting a man.

    Nibble by nibble Mr. Midnight wakes up, but it’s been years. He has a job he has to protect, so all of us can thrive. I understand and support that. He feels the immense frustration. He tells me daily about it. But he thinks the old ways can fix it if we just try hard enough.

    Our kids are in public schools. I hate that. So I work p/t in those same schools so I can supervise the kids. You get sucked in no matter what.

    I am trapped. I read the Bible, practice Traditions, encourage modesty, restrict media, and don’t generally engage with what I see as trash culture, but I’m losing.

    I’m sorry for the frustration rant, PA. I’ve been a reader from the start, I remember you from the OneSTD blog. Women don’t have any power unless they want to be shameless cunts or shameless connivers. I will not use artifice to persuade. But I just don’t know where to go or what to do.

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  7. Race reality is creeping into the little one’s everyday life, Gen Z is going to be a sight to behold.

    Example:
    I pick up my youngin’s at a regular homeschooling ‘play day’ (think organized recess for 200+ homeschooled kids).

    My 11 yr old (daughter) jumps in the truck and asks me this:

    What do you call a bunch of white kids on a school bus?

    I don’t know what,

    – A twinkie.

    HA!

    Gets even better:
    When I told this joke to my parents (both boomers) they didn’t get it at first, and then they were at a loss for words.
    That same conversation I told them ‘they have to go back, I don’t care if it’s Ohio or Gabon, there are too many people here, I’m tired of driving with all these people. They were even more at a loss for words, but I did finally get a sheepish, muh civic nationalism line…Groan.

  8. In a post-memetic age, subjective (s)upremacy is (g)od-lite.

    So now the frame necessary to perpetuate “white” self-annihilation HAS ALL SIDES “seeing” the evil of (s)upremacy…

    So female (s)upremacy = bad

    Islamic (s)upremacy = real bad

    Jewish (s)upremacy = real, real bad

    Black (s)upremacy = really real bad…

    Ergo…

    White (s)upremacy = the worst.

    It is the SAME OLD SAME OLD!!!

    Who cares if you change your frame when you still wear the same broken spectacles?

    White male CHOOSES self-annihilation…

    Or white (S)upremacy.

    Only then can he be honest about the “evil” of “white (s)upremacy” and his willingness to be unwilling.

    Only then will he have shown himself to have had a full grasp of the Logos and the consequences of wielding “it” as a weapon of mass self-destruction.

    All of the prominent high IQ “whites” of the internet are self-annihilators.

    None are white (S)upremacists.

    This is a devastating realization that even a dulled alt-rite cannot recognize.

  9. The Red Pill is bitter so it must be given in measured doses

    I’m running into this bigly with some friends of mine, with whom I share a text chat group. I’ve spent considerable great effort in deftly threading a thin line in order not to alienate them, and often have to bite my tongue.

    I want to say this: the advantage I have is that I live an admirable personal life. My friends know me as a reliable, intelligent, compassionate individual with a successful career and ideal family life.

    Ergo:

    Your gut tells you what’s healthy and what’s sick.

    So, be the person that your acquaintances feel in their gut Is “healthy”, and they just make the connection between your personal life and your politics.

  10. Camlost: having a liberal tell you “Oh wait… let me think about that” is an accomplishment. Sounds like a guy whose identity is NOT tied up in Leftism.

    Orthodox: “we should call Dem states and countries “Black”” — similarly, Steve Sailer proposes that Dems be called “the black party” to weaken their anti-White KKKrazy Glue

    Ryu: “I have never tried recruiting a woman. Prob you would have to go very slow there.” — especially if sex or sexual tension is not in the picture. If talking about family that’s not under your roof (not wife or daughter)… it’s an uphill battle with 99% backslide, is my observation.

    Midnight Avenue J: I always enjoy your comments. The best thing a mom can do is make a home in which there is always a feeling of peace.

    White Guy: That’s awesome. I see that too.

    Thordaddy: “Who cares if you change your frame when you still wear the same broken spectacles?” — good phrase.

  11. SJ, Esquire: “So, be the person that your acquaintances feel in their gut Is “healthy”, and they just make the connection between your personal life and your politics”

    Yes. That kind of validation of your beliefs paramount.

  12. especially if sex or sexual tension is not in the picture

    Funny, I learned this myself, actually. I literally never enter a political discussion with a woman unless there’s some pre-existing sexual tension – except that on occasion, if I observe a woman to be Liberal (or more accurately, she parrots Liberal talking points), I will try to create sexual tension with her SO THAT I can then destroy her brain with my Conservativsm.

    That kind of validation of your beliefs paramount.

    My one buddy appears to be far more invested in the political conversation than I; he keeps poking and posting all these Trump-related articles even though I don’t bring it up, and I know it’s because unconsciously he KNOWS SOMETHING’S WRONG with his worldview.

  13. Architecture should be present in the wS conversation, thor.

    Ideally, old-schoolers like Ralph Adams Cram who never quit attentively rummaging their neo-gothic sensibilities would be favored over the various scientists pimping their miraculous “metamaterials.” I can readily see a multifaceted rift forming around this: many adhere to the self-same structural automata-morass, the ‘pliable paradise’ as advertised — while another more self-determined sect take matters back into their own hands and legacy. Finding potent cinders from the rich past to actively apply and employ. Their are musical equivalences here that I won’t get into.. I’m just pretentiously flicking buttons over my stout; a self-indulgent flaw, probably including in some architectural sense.

    Translating modern syntactic intricacies of “wS” directly into a more commanding format of tangible buildings seems well worth consideration. Broadly disseminating religious and social matters as problems of form and beauty seems like a potential bridge back to substantial ecclesiastical back-and-forths, if such a general situation is ever to be again yearned for.

    Have a nice evening, afficianados & huntsmen.

  14. I admire Soviet art and architecture, EPG.

    There’s something very clean and brutal in it. They were very pragmatic in their approach.

  15. I’m not one to shower praise, but, having found this blog, I feel like all my years of reading purportedly red-pilled blogs seem decidedly pink in hindsight.

  16. EPG…

    I think you are absolutely right…

    As I once had a pre-college architectural inclination…

    Fortunately, it quickly faded before I had the chance to build up wS in my mind.

    It seems as though “timing” is everything thus giving rise to that radical desire for r/evolutionary cycle.

    What I see in Ralph Adams Cram’s architecture is that Godly-fortification against the rebellious destruction of the hell-raising progeny.

  17. Timely post for me, PA, and thanks for it, as I head to the lion’s den of sh*tlibbery known as my brother’s table for Thanksgiving dinner. It’s him, a bit, but more his (((wife))) and her (((family))). His MIL is insufferable. I smile, nod, and retreat to the basement to mind the children. That kills me, because I’m starved for adult conversation and the companionship of my mom and sister whom I seldom see due to distance, but we can only talk about (((MIL))) favorite topics anyway so there’s no point in lament. (Her fave topics being Israel, hating Trump, and how successful her daughters are and her next cruise to wherever).

    Perhaps this year I can zing! once or twice. Patience has never been my strength, but I’m finally learning how to play the long game. If they end up disinviting me to future celebrations, well, no skin off my nose.

    I’m certain no one will attend my Wiglia this year either, they never do, all that Catholic stuff bothers them. It’s tough to be an island, but I have my rocks and they are beautiful.

  18. Trying to convert a liberal just feeds their ego. The Trump bashing among them is boring and repetitive. I think some of them are starting to tire of it.

  19. I am going to have a houseful of liberals this Thanksgiving. I would have been stressing about it last year, but this year I’m not. Tensions seemed to have lessoned.

  20. Brutalist architecture sucks.

    No one wants to live in it.

    It is demeaning Aesthetics. Shit-tier. The Jetsons.

    ******************

    We haven’t yet learned this lesson?

    We are not going to revitalize our families and communities while driving around to our brutalist commercial hubs and back to our isolated dwelling units, and then plugging into faux-reality.

    Brutalist architecture can only appeal to people who don’t have a reference for something more familiar and human scale.

    That said, it is a well known fact that Soviet architecture was practical and efficient — in meeting its considerable challenges of housing drone on the permafrost.

    Also and crucially, the basic plan of those housing units was to build them around a Commons and to make them accessible without cars. So they did those things right.

  21. But the point has to be made more explicitly, regarding Brutalist Architecture and its dispiriting effect on the Life Force of White people.

    (Ok then, that’s the point.)

    White people are not cockroaches. Our totem animal is the Panda Bear.

    We require to live in an appealing and invigorating environment to activate the right epigenetic levers so that we have strong children.

    The Brutalist architecture of the 20th century is exactly opposed to that.

    Unless you want to be a cockroach — literally — and have cockroach children, in which case by all means advocate for more development and progress and cars.

  22. “White people are not cockroaches. Our totem animal is the Panda Bear.

    We require to live in an appealing and invigorating environment to activate the right epigenetic levers so that we have strong children.”

    My work here is done.

  23. And it is not primarily a problem of scale, it is one of aesthetics.

    Those two things are intertwined i guess. Human quality aesthetics requires human quality scale.

    Whatever. Our Problems are not reducible to a word or concept.

    Obviously we are adjusting to living in a known world.

    The entirety of human evolution has taken place when there was yet somewhere to go.

    Now there is not.

  24. If you are young and strong, or talented skilled and vigorous, you can go live in the Bush.

    I hope that i can outside more, in this second half of life. But the point is that Outside (in the bush) is not where people are breeding and evolving now.

    Now people are breeding more or less entirely within this architectural scheme of Brutalism. And the result is weak epigenetic triggers and more cockroaches and more of their human equivalent.

    ***************

    Epigenetics is regarded with some skepticism in the Red Pill zone, because it has been used to justify the sufferings of third-generation holocaust victims.

    But Ed Wilson says that epigenetics is the parable of human nature. (He doesn’t use those exact words; that is my understanding of what he says.)

    Our gene expression can go this way or that, depending on the environment we develop in.

    The observation that everyone can relate to, is that even quality young White Americans are not as robust as they recently were, only two generations ago. I think that is an example of an epigenetic shift, specifically from not growing up outside and on the farm.

  25. This week i saw a coy-wolf chase a very large ten-point whitetail down through the hillside and into the creek bed.

    It was thrilling, and on the personal, sad in a sense that that is life, and this here not so much.

    People want to get back to the land, and yet most of us fail to do so.

    They talk about coy-wolfs expanding but they are not said to be here — but that thing was 40 or 50 pounds.

  26. There has been at least one officially reported human fatality of attack by coy-wolf. I thought that was hard to believe, or at least that it must have been a soyboy liberal (and it probably was) — but seeing that 50 lbs predator chasing that buck, was a reality check.

    After the action passed, i was able to spot the thing up on the hillside, just watching me, and obviously they are there all the time.

    But the homologous lesson here, is about that creekbed and the parties that the “kids” used to have there in the 70s and now they don’t, ever at all.

    We used to party down there, literally “down by the River” — and it is the one and only old man (sorry for the cliches, i guess i am feeling my inner Chevy Chase) — we used to party there in the 80s.

    And it has often occurred to me, that my peer group and exactly me and my friends were probably the last to have hang down there on the regular. That is where we went for no place else to go.

    And that was our real world version of the party in Texas that was one of the climax or perhaps denouement scenes in Dazed and Confused. Back in the 70s (and into the 80s), that is what the teenagers did, is have those parties down by the river. And they made sweet love to each other. Or at least the more vigorous specimens — that is how they propagated.

    But then sometime along the way, instead of gettin shotgun married, we stuck up some implement into the girl’s vagina and cut up that fetus, because that’s we did for some reason when that happened.

    But now the kids don’t even have sex!

  27. They talk about coy-wolfs expanding but they are not said to be here — but that thing was 40 or 50 pounds.

    I’d be under the impression that Minnesota still has wolf populations, real wolves, with so many large mammals there in great numbers.

  28. “And that was our real world version of the party in Texas that was one of the climax or perhaps denouement scenes in Dazed and Confused.”

    You know the scene, right?

    Near the end of the movie where jewboy gets drunk enough to get in the face of skinny strong trailer trash White tough, and gets his ass handed back to him, but like any good social group, the real jocks don’t let it go too far, and jewboy is able to walk away with nothing worse than a few tears.

    That was Richard Linklater at his brilliant best.

    And the fact that that storyline is told from a jewish perspective, and as such the climax scene is more a denouement.

  29. He believes that right wingers are mean and liberals are nice. He says: “Man, I think Trump went too far this time. Did you hear about [some trite fake-news bullshit]?”

    And another winning tactic I’ve found is ridiculing my male friends that I’ve caught crying like little bitche*s over some minor crap they read in the New York Times that Trump did X or Y. “So fuc*king what” is my first response.

    I just remind them that the American Presidency is not a dictatorship and that Trump doesn’t have all this power to control everything in America, contrary to what sissy ass* liberal media obsessives would have you believe. The office of President just isn’t set up that way, to say the least. And I point out the many ways that Trump’s economic ideas simply can’t be called “fascism”. (liberals really, really do NOT understand that term at all)

    Then I lambaste them for sounding like a crybaby Cosmo chick. They usually laugh and relent and admit that the vast majority of the estro-whining about Trump is pretty ridiculous victim fantasy type of stuff.

    Believe it or not, this tactic actually works with some black people, too. They’re quick to laugh, and don’t take Washington DC and big media political theater anywhere near as seriously as people think. (except for when it comes to issues regarding police)

  30. One of my go to lines when a shitlib starts prattling on about the latest racial cause du jour:

    “Eh… whites are only 6% of the world population.”

    And I just leave it at that… it gets their gears turning. It’s a totally innocuous statement along the lines of “It’s OK to be white” yet it packs a rhetorical punch. It reminds people that in a global context we are small, but incredibly powerful.

  31. Take a listen to this to understand what we are up against. A Canadian grad student was dragged into an interrogation by a university committee for playing a Jordan Peterson video in a critical thinking class. The topic they were discussing was gender pronouns and she was trying to present two opposing viewpoints in a neutral fashion. Bit of background on Peterson. He is a brilliant Jungian psychologist professor at university of Toronto who has accumulated a huge online following, mostly men. His crime was testifying against the Canadian bill C-16, which made it a crime to refer to someone by their non-preferred gender pronoun. As Peterson rightly predicted, this bill is not really about gender pronouns, but rather a Trojan horse to circumvent free speech. I can only imagine this is what it would be like to be interrogated by the Stasi in East Berlin for expressing a vaguely pro-capitialist sentiment. Notice how she laments at the end “I was only trying to be neutral!” and the interrogator responds “that’s… kinda the problem here.”

    https://globalnews.ca/video/3867811/extended-excerpts-from-secretly-recorded-meeting-between-wilfrid-laurier-university-grad-student-and-faculty

  32. Translating modern syntactic intricacies of “wS” directly into a more commanding format of tangible buildings seems well worth consideration. Broadly disseminating religious and social matters as problems of form and beauty seems like a potential bridge back to substantial ecclesiastical back-and-forths, if such a general situation is ever to be again yearned for.

    IMO, the above is quite fantastical a notion and something that needs a lot more elaboration if it is to convey its merits. But I’m all ears.

  33. Most of the “West” has created a sort of “police state” designed to hold down WN. That’s all the police and the laws are good for today.

    …and don’t lie to yourself. Cops and soldiers who disobey the master get fired.

    (They) want to make it illegal to be white, but can’t make that move yet. Once they complete the War on Cash, put in a crapload more CCTV, and take away the guns you’ll see it happen.

  34. — (They) want to make it illegal to be white, but can’t make that move yet.

    Won’t happen without a war and the whole shitshow exploding. Just eight years of Obama, who was less subversive in his time than Bill Clinton and GWB were in theirs, was insult-enough to start the Trump movement.

    The less White and peaceful USA becomes, the stronger and bolder its rivals. The liberal center can’t hold, no matter how many Medicaid sheboons they stack.

  35. Ha. You know most whites now (and oh yes most cops and soldiers too) would march to the ovens without the slightest trouble. Like pigs to the slaughter.

    One has to be able to break the rules. Most don’t have the will or feeling yet.

    That’s something Christians don’t understand. God created Satan too. Rule-breakers have a place in creation. There is no better time to be a criminal or turrist than right now; they are needed.

  36. The less White and peaceful USA becomes, the stronger and bolder its rivals. The liberal center can’t hold…

    I wish I had your confidence in this prediction… I fear a long demoralizing slide into Brazilian style banana republic.

  37. I fear a long demoralizing slide into Brazilian style banana republic

    Every time someone says that, puppies die and nignogs high-five each other. Ryu is wrong on one thing about Christians: life is not our highest value.

  38. — Then I lambaste them for sounding like a crybaby Cosmo chick. They usually laugh and relent and admit that the vast majority of the estro-whining about Trump is pretty ridiculous victim fantasy type of stuff

    That’s good. It’s like they know on some level that their politics are embarassing.

  39. Hey, ncrit. The topic requires at least essay treatment, on second glance. Maybe too much to hammer out here. I wax philosophic/oddball sometimes when I’m out drinking and the like.

    Ryu, not every young gun is born to become black-marketeer.. By nature that whole show traffics more in the half-devised, rather than more obliquely vigorous dominion of the ‘uncreated.’ The latter’s beyond the shallows; beyond mere images. The former’s basically a lost animal caught in a strange tank of fateful formaldehyde, in the fiendish Damien Hirst sense. “Clean and brutal…” ::

  40. — Trying to convert a liberal just feeds their ego.

    Good point. In retrospect, that was my ill advised approach with a US-based extended relative.

  41. Re. Elk’s comments on brutalist architecture. An egregious example in the US is the Boston City Hall, in what is otherwise a beautiful city. Just walking into it causes anxiety, thinking you’re gonna be crushed by all of those elevated concrete slabs. Complementing the building is the plaza in front. The intent was to mimic the Italian piazza… except that at Boston’s latitude and proximity to the ocean, it feels like wind-swept taiga a good part of the year. People (and I caught myself doing that when I was there) take the long way around it to avoid the exposure. Indeed, like cockroaches.

    An example of Communist (though not Brutalist) architecture is the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. It was built as a gift from Joseph Stalin right after WWII, over a completely razed city. People in my 1970s recollection always spoke sarcastically of it. Without researching it, I think its design mimics a skyscraper style that was popular before the war, an earlier example of which is a similar building in Providence, RI.

    But I think the Palace of Culture and Science has aged well. As a kid in mid-’70s I went to a circus there (there was in fact venue space inside to accommodate it). As an adult, I’ve always looked at it with affection on my visits. Went to a theater play there in ’97. Here it is, last week:

  42. “Her fave topics being Israel, hating Trump, and how successful her daughters are and her next cruise to wherever” -Midnight Avenue J

    Israel built a wall, has a head of government who fights with an entrenched leftist bureaucracy, and who isn’t proud of their offspring?

    Agree and Amplify

    Ryu,

    Did you read the Nevada trials to date on the informant coverage in 2014-2016? It doesn’t seem to be the same level of coverage seen in the late 90s and 00s.

  43. Ryu: “I have never tried recruiting a woman. Prob you would have to go very slow there.”

    Shortly after my divorce, I went through a degenerate phase blowing off steam by banging girls on Tinder. I didn’t hide my racist beliefs at all (though to be fair I never used the word nigger), but did say things like, “They don’t belong here and both sides hate each other. They have to go back.”

    Tellingly, I never once had a negative reaction. The most interesting? One girl said she wanted to strip me naked, put me in a corner and lick me all over my body. Women are strange and I would never have been able to fathom the depths of their strangeness were it not for le Chateau.

  44. There is a difference in brutal architecture and brutalist architecture. Cathedrals, castles, that Soviet palace. Stern, grim, foreboding, but with majesty and grandeur, and the human element to them. They were built to serve the needs of people, for people. L

    Brutalist treats humans like an inconvenience. There is no concession to beauty, only to inhuman efficiency and logic. The architectural equivalent to the misanthropic technology companies treating humans as something to be worked around. It is bugman architecture, not real human architecture.

    The Shadowed Knight

  45. I switched my go-to chillout brand of beer from Stella Artois to Fosters Lager

    Foster’s is considered basic working-man’s brew, no?

    I really like the few Polish pils beers here available in Brewtown.

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