Endo Tatsuya's Spy x Family is one of the most wholesome pieces of popular entertainment to come along in quite some time. I can wholeheartedly recommend both the manga and the anime.
One of the things that I love about Twitter is that if you are prudent about who you follow, you can find some of the most remarkable information about history, archaeology, literature, and other complex topics, often posted pseudonymously. Case in point, this thread on Lysistrata by Aristophanes Skinner Box.
The Sacred Radiance [Amazon affiliate link] is where Pax moves into adult life, and the stakes on everything get higher. He has a real job with real responsibilities, and problems to match. But don’t let that make you think this is a boring or unfunny book. And any book
I’ve been meaning to start up a new series of posts that is mostly data-driven, showcasing some interesting bit of information that I’ve come across. Finding a really interesting chart, and then tracking down the data behind it is as good an excuse as any. Courtesy of H.
A less relaxed blogger might explain in angry detail that reproduction is only the central circle in the Ven diagram of the human model of marriage. The next layer is regulation of the co-existence of men and women, the next layer is the care of the elderly, and the last
John J. Reilly poo-poohs criticizing the high cousin marriage rate in the Middle East, but it really is bad….. Genetics wasn’t really one of his interests, but I thought it was more widely known that cousin marriage makes your kids dumber and sicker than they would be otherwise. Chaos,
This post written in 2006 illustrates nicely the difference between antifa on the Left and Frog Twitter and 4chan on the Right. Unlike Weimar Germany, America is full of Righty humorists and Black Bloc marchers with bats and bike locks. Pointed Humor The propaganda element of the Terror War has