i want my tax dollars back!

i really do. this time i mean it!

however many of my tax dollars went to producing THIS, i want them back. who the f*ck thought of this stupid idea anyway?!

(have i mentioned that i HATE the stupid zombie meme?)

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ANOTHER watsoning in the air?!

i see from altright that kanazawa is now being “investigated” by the lse for his “controversial” blog post.

jesus h. christ!

how many watsonings have there been so far?: james watson, larry summers, chris brand, lazar greenfield … charles murray certainly didn’t have an easy time over “the bell curve.” i’m sure i’m forgetting someone.

now, maybe, kanazawa?

this is ridiculous. thinking people cannot put up with this anymore. it really is a full-blown witch-hunt. there’s no other way to describe this behavior.

edit: or inquisition, i guess.

previously: the offensive mr. kanazawa

update 05/21: see also dennis.

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hbdchick a white supremacist

at least that’s what anonymous** says. not once, but twice. once i woulda taken as an interpretation, albeit an incorrect one. twice — well, then you’re just trying to cast aspersions. and my response to that?

f*ck off.

you wanna come ’round here and say — “hbdchick, your ideas are supremely stupid|wrong because of this, that and the other” — fine. you wanna come ’round here and say — “hbdchick, you are the dumbest creature to ever walk the planet because of this, that and the other” — i’m cool with that.

you gonna come ’round here with your giiiiirlie-man shaming techniques and try to bully me into shutting up by calling me nasty, nasty, baddy names — well, that sh*t ain’t gonna fly ’round here, pal, so don’t even bother.

anonymous’ problem with what i had to say (apart from the fact, i think, that he thinks that i was trying to insult east asians) is: “I do not see how you can examine history to look at biology.”

well, what is history? it’s the totality of human behaviors, plus freaky acts of nature like earthquakes and tsunamis and sh*t, isn’t it? and where do human behaviors come from? well, we behave the way we do because of our innate natures and the effects of the environment on those natures. so, human history is, at least partially, rooted in biology. that’s why i think you can examine history to look at biology. it’s complicated, sure, but so what? dontcha wanna KNOW?

**some people don’t like online anonymity. i think it’s the greatest f*cking thing since the invention of stone tools — or maybe even sliced bread! that people can voice their opinions without the fear of being watsoned? awesomesauce! i will fight to the death (or until i break a nail) for anonymous’ right to be anonymous, even tho he comes off sounding like a ‘tard.

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don’t forget…

the fda is evil.

thnx to paul for this link:

shuren’s either really, really stupid or he perjured himself.

call, write, email, fax any|all of these people (thnx, chris!) to make sure that they don’t make it difficult for you to have access to YOUR OWN GENOME and that they don’t close down genetics start-ups here in the u.s.

update: here’s the fda f*cking something else up — obviously the whole department has been bought and sold.

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the fda is evil

no, seriously. it is.

i’m sure you’ve read all about this already, but just in case you haven’t:

Your genes, your rights – FDA’s Jeffrey Shuren misleading testimony under oath @gnxp

Making movies @genomeboy

Did The FDA’s Jeffrey Shuren Mislead A Congressional Hearing? @geneticfuture

Obama Admin wants to crack down on genome biz @steve sailer

call, write, email, fax your congressmen NOW! tptb don’t want you to have free access to YOUR OWN GENOME!

that’s f*cked up.

update: paul says in the comments – “Even better, email your reporter friends and have them ask some tough questions of jeff.shuren@fda.hhs.gov and erica.jefferson@fda.hhs.gov.”

good idea!

update: see also FDA’s Jeffrey Shuren Perjury Against Genetic Testing Freedom? @futurepundit and FDA’s Shuren accused of misleading Congress about Google-backed 23andMe @fdablog.

update 03/11: chris @cxlxmxrx has got a whole list of names and addresses of official sorts of people who you can complain to about all this bs. thnx, chris!

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bad idea…

…f*cking around with genius. especially when the guy is, like, a friggin’ war hero:

Turing was given a choice between imprisonment or probation conditional on his agreement to undergo hormonal treatment designed to reduce libido. He accepted chemical castration via oestrogen hormone injections.”

imagine how that messed up his thinking [for example, see here, here and here]. (o_O)

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