Further proving my point that society is also shitty to Asians despite the fact that a portion of them performing well suggests otherwise comes this study.
I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but the message needs to be made: we as a society stand on a precipice and we cannot be allowed to fall because of the evil and scared.
You’re at dinner, and your obnoxious conservative relative says, “BUT THE DEMOCRAT HOUSE IS SO LIBERAL.” You know it’s BS, you know the Dems are blandly semi-liberal, and you know your relative is full of shit. But you can’t really show them how wrong they are.
Prior links here:
Part 1 here:
I wrote about this in 2014:
So, if you pay any attention to any sports news, you probably have heard that Ronda Rousey dominated Cat Zingano in her recent fight. It wasn't even close.
The odds are such that you've likely seen the news about the Miss Universe pageant. If not, don't worry, pageants remain one of the weirdest things that human beings continue to do to other human beings, so I understand not paying attention.
Face it: you're getting old.
So we're back here again. I like it here. This soapbox is warm and makes me feel happy.
This recent piece in the WSJ outlines how business schools are openly starting to discriminate against Asian applicants. This seems to me to be a fantastic example of the hypocrisy of how we view "merit" in admission to universities. It's a badly-kept secret that the UCs and other top universities hold Asian…
Time to hop back on my soapbox about stranger danger and the culture of fear! I like it up on this box. It's fantastic.
Interesting article over at HuffPo about where you hit diminishing marginal returns on more income:
Interesting article on Slate here:
By now you've probably heard at least of this interview:
Goddammit, child abduction isn't funny!
Remember the school playground and jumping rope? Yeah, me neither. I hated jumping rope as a kid. But now I totally understand how great of cardio it is, and I highly recommend that everyone who's interested in improving endurance and cardio consider buying one and adding it into the workout. Even more than weights,…