American Psyche


Americans are reacting to Osama’s death like bunch of frat boys, and understandably so. After a decade of fail policy response to 9/11: two non-victory wars, thousands of dead soldiers, war cost (3 trillion), tarnished American image, and degrading liberty (a list). Americans just want some closure, some silver lining, and an end to this nightmare, even though deep down they know, they overreacted to 9/11 and the damage is done. Now its time to move on, and get back on your feet. I wish you well America.

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Who or what were they fucking?


I by some chances went back to this eyebrow raising data from last year, recently. Looking at the data a thought popped in to my mind. While pundits were focus on the narrative of iPhones consistently fucking more people than Blackberries and Androids, they missed one other subtle point of girls fucking more than boys across all three platforms. Naturally I asked, who are they fucking? Common sense dictates increase in female sex partners should correspondingly increases male sex partners (or a girl can’t fuck without a boy). If its not, then how could this be? In other words, if girls are not fucking boys than who or what were they fucking? Its a bit of a mystery really. A mystery, i suppose, can be explain by either one or combination of these following phenomenons:

  • There are more lesbians than gays, ie girls are fucking each other more so than boys.
  • There are more boys than girls, so that naturally the boys on average have less fuck buddies than girls.
  • girls relatively fucks more with people outside of this sampling group (people not using smart phone, sex while on oversees vacations, people outside of the age group, etc.).
  • Data is incorrect (skewed sampling, or respondents lying etc.).

Can you think of other possibilities that is not covered by the list above?

Anywayz, i Just wanted to share some interesting observation with a lot of fucks.

PS. here is another graph by ages:

…humans are not actually mammals.


“I’d like to share a revelation that I’ve had during my time here. It came to me when I tried to classify your species, and I realised that humans are not actually mammals. Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with the surrounding environment; but you humans do not. Continue reading

On Online Identity


Christopher “moot” Poole on online identity (link):

I think anonymity is authenticity. It allows you to share in a completely unvarnished, unfiltered, raw way. I think that’s something that’s extremely valuable. In the case of content creation, it just allows you to play in ways that you may not have otherwise. We believe in content over creator.

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