In case you missed it, the real history of Science Fiction and why the Commies killed the Pulps.
Download, mirror, and spread the word. Two years old, and still relevant. They've been all about Narrative Warfare from the beginning.
In case you missed it, the real history of Science Fiction and why the Commies killed the Pulps.
Download, mirror, and spread the word. Two years old, and still relevant. They've been all about Narrative Warfare from the beginning.
Tabletop RPGs derive their power as a medium by taking the wargaming medium, scaling the playing piece down to a single destructable figure, and them imposing a persona filter that guarantees asymmetry in ability while retaining the key components of wargaming: imperfect intelligence, finite resources, and clear objectives to pursue using them complete with win and lose conditions.
Continuing from yesterday's post, it's time to talk characters. I put down these rules for the campaign specifically to recreate the old-school environment in a manner that those more familiar with D&D3 and later, or with videogame-heavy backgrounds, would understand with ease.
Continuing from yesterday's post, I structured this campaign on the old-school paradigm of play that's based in wargaming. The campaign scenario relies on exploration in a practical sense, that sense being "We need to build an economy from scratch or we're screwed." Players are expected to participate in solving that problem by their actions, so gameplay focuses on the planning and execution of those solutions.
Following from yesterday's post, I will explain a few decisions on mechanics for the setting.
The initial Character Generation guidelines emphasizes that your past is irrelevant. It doesn't matter if you're a nobleman or a commoner, a convict or a farmer, exiled from your homeland or willingly abandoning it; you gain no benefit from it in mechanical terms. It is presumed that getting to the Colony reduced you to your starting state. How or why it did so is the player's task to define, and that assumes that it will ever come up.
Having heard Jon del Arroz's plea to focus more on building the forks than bitching about the pozzed, which Brian Niemeier covered today at his blog, I'm going to do something in that vein here this week. I'm going to go about explaining how I made my homebrew Dungeons & Dragons setting, "New Model Colony". I'll be doing this through Friday. Take notes, especially if you're still thinking that tabletop RPGs are some form of storywanking bullshit.
Premise: You came from another place to this new world. It's a one-way trip; there's no going back. All that you have is what you can carry. It's up to you now to make your way in this untamed wilderness, carve out a place for yourself, and make your fortune.
With the release of World of Warcraft Classic coming on August 27th, a lot of YouTube channels that focus on Vanilla WOW got an uptick in traffic. Recently, one of the Twitch streamers who's in the Classic Beta took the time to watch and comment on one of those videos. What was the subject? Etiquette. I won't give you the reaction; you can watch that version if you like here. (Side Note: "Asmongold Reacts" is sufficiently popular that it's a niche-within-a-niche for WOW video makers.)
Netflix premiered Neon Genesis Evangelion. The new translation, coupled with music rights failures, means that Netflix fucked up a sure thing. No one is happy with it. The SJWs are mad at the change to Shinji's relationship to Kaworu. Fans are mad at the removal of "Fly Me To The Moon". Other translation changes, all going more literal and denotative, have ruined the experience for the target audience.
Meanwhile, folks observing Netflix' decline in competence over the last several years said "Told you so." as the shitshow unfolded. Now we're eyeing the upcoming adaptation of Cowboy Bebop with greater dread because--in addition to an utterly unnecessary medium shift from animation to live-action--we've got every reason to believe that it will turn out as well (badly) as the Death Note adaptation.
Missed that? You're lucky; don't seek it out. Watch the original anime, or read the manga, and instead see E;R's video on the incompetent execution of that abomination so as to spare yourself the pain.
There's more. If you want to see all of his video
condemnation review, you can follow through on your own. It turns out that only Knights of Sidonia was any good, and that's increasingly obvious as a fluke or an artifact of a previous management regime. Either way, those of us who were skeptical of Netflix's handling of this series were proven correct and thanks to the Straw Hats the material remains accessible without the Netflix fuckups. Go watch their archives instead if you must watch it dubbed at all, learn Japanese so you can watch it raw, or learn to watch subtitled anime like reasonable men do.
In any event, cross Netflix off the list for the Star Knight anime adaptation.
The Excellence of Elocution finally makes a new episode of Rageaholic Cinema. This episode? Predator 2.
YouTube censored the video within minutes of Razorfist uploading it there, so you get the Bitchute version today. I expect this to happen more often as YouTube continues to push down the path of becoming the dying media it formerly fought hard to fork and replace. YouTube's rejection is Bitchute's gain, and the follow-up is tonight's livestream which is all about Alien vs. Predator.
The Bromethius is attempting to do something that may sound similar to some of you.
Lethal nuns in power armor performing stealth kills.
Holy knights fistfighting towering demons.
And Gideon Ira, Knight of the Blood Cross, rescuing orphans from ritual human sacrifice.
My Christian pulp book is funded. Help fund the stretch goal sequel!
Since it's already funded, you're going to get what's got cooking; at this point, it's just a matter of how much.
Today in corporate convergence, Niche Gamer reports on the following.
It was only a matter of time before something more inherently useless and deleterious than "Human Resources" appeared in the corporate world. Congratulations, Sony.
At least when SJWs exploit Human Resources to converge a corporation, they have to weasel their way to the goal via the deliberate abuse of equally deliberate ambiguity in legal writing. This "Ethics" department? Not even a concern; so long as they can successfully spin things as "Muh Ethics", they can do as they please to spread the poz and afflict those outside the Death Cult. The only constraint is practical legal liability; if it's not guaranteed to get lawyers suing the corporation, then it's on the table. This is nothing more than a legbreaker squad for the SJWs in Sony.
This would not be happening if Sony HQ remained in Japan, where it belongs, instead of California where the Woke infest the coast like the zombie plague they are. The sooner the Woke are driven out of the leadership and HQ repatriated back to where it's supposed to be, the better everyone outside the Death Cult will be. This influence is already proving to be detrimental to Sony, but the SJWs don't care and won't even as the corporations collapses about them as if God Himself smote it. One thing's certain; if I can avoid giving Sony money--any part of it, not just the games division--then I will. The sooner Sony goes broke, the better.
One of my readers took the time to tell me how well they like Dashing Jack & Gori.
@MrBCWalker I know your story Star Knight good guy vs bad guy but I want fucking Jack to win. He's just pirate that wants a good pay day mate....— Imperial Rebel (@EmpReb) June 17, 2019
Poor Jack and Gori. Just two bros that want to pirate and drink rum but got to go fix other peoples bs.... pic.twitter.com/h7DojWlS1M— Imperial Rebel (@EmpReb) June 17, 2019
You know you're doing it right when you get feedback like this. I'm glad that folks find Reavers of the Void to be the entertaining experience I intended. If you still haven't gotten yourself a copy, let me make that easy for you and just click on the image below. Come on and join the party. Maybe you'll agree about Jack & Gori. Maybe you'll find someone else more to your liking. Maybe you just want a fun story of knights, ladies, laser sword fights, fleet battles, and giant robots. Reavers has all of that, so skip that donut and buy a copy instead.
Today I'm talking game design.
This weekend, the WOW Classic team shut down the other Beta servers and forced everyone in the Classic Beta to a specific server to test Alterac Valley (AV). All characters are Level 58, with pre-set gear, and all you can do is queue for and play AV. It's been fun to watch the livestreamers with Beta access, many of whom are old-timers who first made their names back in those Vanilla WOW days.
This came over my Twitter feed late last night.
“We few, we happy few, we band of brothers” redux. pic.twitter.com/1kLixrx1kf— Ty Beard (@TyBeard10) June 15, 2019
From left to right: Nike Rekieta, Vic Mignoga, Ty Beard. They're at Anime Matsuri this weekend, where Vic is a Guest of Honor. There's a few more pics of Vic with either Nick or Ty out there, maybe with both, and together they make it clear that the ongoing efforts by Vic's enemies to defame him and interfere with his affairs such as to ruin him and drive him out of the business of voice acting in North America will fail. Not only is the law with him, the fans are behind him and this appearance at Matsuri has been a massive hit (as was his last con appearance, KamehaCon).
This is Narrative Warfare failing in real time. The smears aren't working. The conventions that keep him have done big business, making the threats by Vic's enemies toothless, and as more information about the details come out the greater the maleficence of said enemies becomes. Ty's rising to memelord status along with Nick, and the entire affair has SJWs in the North America anime scene screeching like howler monkeys chimping out over their usual tactics not working. The lawfare is working, folks, and the tell is that the SJWs are cycling through the Three Laws so fast that you could power a turbine with their mental gymnastics.
They're not listening anymore, and SJWs who can't get amenable authorities to do their wetwork for them can't do it themselves, so they are done and they know it.
The Fake News and their fellow travelers are flipping their shit over stuff in Cyberpunk 2077 that they don't like. First, they call this a white supremacist game. Then they go on about this, that, the other thing and oh God just SHUT THE FUCK UP ALREADY! Here's your "white supremacist creator", talking about why he did what he did way back when- and carried it into this adaptation.
To anyone upset about any racist undertones behind the inclusion of "The VooDoo Boys" in Cyberpunk 2077, here is the OG who created the gang, and explaining why he had to add them. pic.twitter.com/9l2yvKRdkG— Melissa is Motivated 🏳️🌈 (@GayLesbianCunt) June 13, 2019
Shut up. Mike's doing his thing. He's been doing his thing for over 30 years. He doesn't care about your SJW bullshit; he lived the shit you whine about, and he's been putting this into the game since its original edition in the 1980s. The below is from CP2020's Neo Tribes sourcebook, back in the 1990s.
Of all the games shown at E3 this year, the one I want most to succeed is Cyberpunk 2077. Based on R. Talsorian's seminal tabletop RPG, this adaptation looks to be a faithful one not just for the aesthetics but also for certain classic game design decisions that "Maximum" Mike Pondsmith made a hallmark of R. Talsorian RPGs (e.g. a Lifepath system for backgrounds).
Why? First, because he's an old-school RPG designer who really ought to get far more recognition for what he's done. Second, because he's an old-school weeb--we're talking "trading tapes in the '80s" old--whose other two well-known games are both weebfests: Mekton (for mecha weebs) and Teenagers From Outer Space (for romcoms). If any Westerner has a chance of getting their original weeb-loving stuff before a Japanese audience, it's him.
While you don't see the influence so obviously in Cyberpunk, it's there due to the game acknowledging and allowing for recreating the seminal Japanese works in that genre: Appleseed, Bubblegum Crisis, Ghost in the Shell, A.D. Police, and more. If CP2077 hits hard enough, and I think it will, then the door opens for a Mekton game and that will likely involve CD Projekt Red collaborating with some Japanese folks to bring Mike's setting of Algol to live for that aforementioned game.
And that means there's a path for others--like me--to bring our own love letters to the land that inspired them, in the hopes of finding an audience appreciative of them. If Mike can make Mekton happen, and especially so if it succeeds, then that means there's a way for my fellow #AGundam4Us authors and I go also go East and get our stuff out there.
And maybe some truly talented folks like our Queen of E3, Ikumi Nakamura, will work their magic in bring our work to life.
Before I give my own comments on this year's E3 conferences, I'll let Razorfist rant about them.
He ain't wrong. This year--aside from Nintendo--there were sparse offerings that really excited the crowd. As much as I like how Keanu and Ikumi came off, in a strong year they wouldn't have stood out like they did. Sony not bothering to show up at all is exactly as he says; they have nothing, and they don't want to get dogged for what they showed last year that didn't appear or disappointed. Much what we did see was sizzle--cinematics and staged stunts--and not steak (gameplay).
Fortunately we aren't wholly reliant on E3 presentations to push things anymore, and--as Devolver put in their show--it realy is increasingly irrelevant to do a live show when you can do a Direct video presentation; Nintendo proves that this works when you do that because Nintendo remembers what justifies their existence when so many others do not, and thus just shows the fucking games (and shows gameplay).
Memes aside, I don't expect E3 to be any better until the next generation of hardware is ready for launch, and after that I expect this cycle of suck and blow to continue until the industry collapses one more time. Fortunately there's a wealth of choice out there for games that are actual games and not walking simulators, crippled movies, frustrated novel abortions, shovelware to cover grifter payoffs, or other not-games claiming to be proper fucking videogame entertainment. My Steam library alone can keep me entertained for years and it's mostly older stuff before the cloud-stream-whatever-as-service bullshit took off; I can also go get MAME and download ROMs to enjoy my arcade games of yesteryear one more time, buy older consoles and used games for them on cartridges or discs, etc. so I don't have to tolerate this crap the industry looks to push.
And as for what I did like, I will be watching for the signs of suck regardless and letting others go first into the landing zone and await their reports before going in.
It's Nintendo's turn today. Same format as before; I put the post up early, and edit it later with my comments as I watch the things. Commentary behind the cut. Nother bothering with pre or post-shows today. There's also a Konami announcement tonight, which I'll also watch.
We're back for more. Same format as before: the post goes up now, edited through the day as I watch the conferences and events with my comments. Maybe we'll have more moments like yesterday. I hope so. Even if we get little or nothing worth being excited for in terms of gaming, we'll have those to remember the year by. Commentary will be behind the cut. In the meantime, the Supreme Dark Lord has a post on something call "The Red Petition".
After the disaster that was EA's event yesterday--half the audience leaving as soon as the sports started--I'm looking forward to more trainwrecks from the conferences this year. As with last year, the format is this: I post early to get it up and edit it over the day as each one comes out, providing my commentary as I watch each one. Today we start with Microsoft at 3pm Central Time, and hopefully this won't be full of suck and blow. I'm watching the Twitch livestreams as they happen.
To no one's surprise, another anklebiting SJW soyfaced cuck turns out to be a pedophile.
Peter Bright, best known as a contributing writer to the tech publication Ars Technica, has been arrested on charges of soliciting sex with children online. This complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, shows that an undercover FBI special agent contacted Bright via KinkD, a social media platform for sexual fetish connections, on April 18.
“Bright has been charged with one count of attempted enticement of a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity,” reports Claire Goforth at The Daily Dot:
A federal complaint alleges that Bright sought to molest a 7- and 9-year-old and met with an undercover agent for this purpose, at which point he was arrested. It also states that Bright claimed to be in a sexual relationship with an 11-year-old. He is currently being held without bail.
This man, also a denier of PizzaGate, went by the Twitter handle of "@DrPizza" and got caught red-handed dealing in sex with pre-pubescent children. He's going to prison, and he's going to be in protected custody because the thugs in General Population don't care for kiddy rapists; he should be left to his fate, as he's exactly the unrepentant chronic Gamma Male that will be all "This Is Fine" as he goes through trial thinking he'll beat the rap.
He should be treated as if he killed John Wick's dog.
Barring an Act of God, I'll be appearing on Geek Gab tomorrow to talk about Reavers of the Void and Star Knight more generally at 1pm Central time.
And if you haven't already, get yourself a copy. Once you've read it, leave a review at Amazon and tell your friends. Every little bit helps.
Lana Lokteff of Red Ice Creations put out a video regarding Lauren Southern's Borderless. She ain't having it.
Remember "ethics in journalism"? This video hammers Southern's lapses as part of the symptoms behind why her documentary is such a disappointing pile of weaksauce blather, and Lana's got the perspective--being everything that Lauren claims she aims to be--necessary to make Southern's recent retirement claim into context. In short, Southern comes off as a grifter looking to exit one scheme in order to lay low for a while before returning anew the way Madonna reinvents herself between major pushes. Those who've been critical of the tradthots have shared similar skepticism of Southern, and neither this documentary nor her "retirement" do her any favors.
The documentary is lukewarm, at best, serving no one--including Southern--but the enemy due to its failure to properly address the subject matter. Those following the matter, be it the European experience as this film does or the American example that mirrors the European matter, know that these invaders--and that's what they are--have no value to anyone but the traitors who threw open the gates to them, and do naught but prey upon the native nations betrayed by their governments.
Failing to document that is failing to document the matter properly at all. Only the invaders get covered. That's not just biased; that's incompetent. In that light, Southern's "retirement" comes across as akin to a drama-llama's flounce out of a losing game, much like how Gamma men do when they get their shit rocked. She fucked up, she knows it, and instead of admitting it she's covering her ass by doing an "I'll get me coat" and slinking out the back door. I concur with Lana here; I expect her to reinvent herself and return 5-10 years from now under a new, normie-friendly persona pretending that this was all a youthful mistake using her boutique child as a shield and her husband as a status symbol.
If YouTube nukes this video, I'll replace it with another site's mirror.
After a morning trip to deal with some bureaucratic bullshit, I come back to see that YouTube's begun a second AdPocalypse. Some SJW soyboy cockgobbler whined about Steven Crowder calling him names. Yes, the one being mocked--rightly--below from Vox Media.
Someone's daddy didn't beat him enough as a child. That much is apparent. But, as true as it is that this simpering sack is the proximate cause for what went down one of the biggest targets hit--Steven Crowder, the one that sad soycuck wanted destroyed for mocking him--the real deal is that this is part of Vox Media (the soycuck's employer) vendetta against Pewdiepie. They couldn't get him specifically, so they threw their weight behind this wimp chimp wageslave of theirs to nail everyone they could so long as Pewds was one of them. Nailing Crowder and a big pile of shitlords, conservatives, reactionaries, and dissidents is actually secondary at best to the actual objective. Wussface is just the useful idiot employed to make it happen.
This is going to backfire, and soon. The Federal Government, under the God-Emperor, has begun anti-trust investigations against Google--which includes YouTube--and this can be seen as pre-emptive destruction to cover their ass. Instead it looks like YouTube, under Google's orders, is curating content and selectively publishing in violation of the law's Safe Harbor provisions. This means lawsuits, folks, bigger than those already making the rounds like what's going on in North America's anime scene for the same reasons (tortious interference).
The useful tech journalists and law commentators are already soliciting those demonitized or suffering video deletions to get in touch. I expect that soon they'll be touching law firms that handle contract and defamation matters as details become clear. This second AdPocalypse? It's going to hasten the fall of the current social media paradigm, and I welcome that destruction.
I have two things to say to those affected and concerned: (1) Make The Rubble Bounce, and (2) Build Your Own Platforms. The Supreme Dark Lord was not the only one who saw this coming; the gun channels has had Full30.com going for a while now because of the previous episode. Some of you may be able to make do with Bitchute for a while before the zombie horde comes for them, or stream on DLive, but ultimately a lot of you need to do what Red Ice did years ago: build your own site, your own platform, and build a membership that pays for it. SDR did that with Unauthorized.tv recently, and more of you will need to do likewise as you're able and make do with someone friendly to you in the meantime.
Why? Because once the Feds are finished, YouTube--and the rest of Google--will die within a year of being broken up and forced to operate independently so there's nothing to go back to once you're forced out. This Narrative Warfare maneuver is only going to end badly for the morons who ordered it.
Now that Reavers of the Void is live and available for purchase, it's time to start talking more about the next book.
Book Two's story focus around Earth and the Terran solar system. We get to see Lord Roland's home at what is today Le Mont-Saint-Michael in France's Normandy region, a little more of Count Qis's estate at Oslo in Norway, the Barsoom War College in orbit over Mars, and the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. While this is a change from a previous iteration of the outline, I think this better serves my purposes.
The Terran system is one of the most built-up, with Earth as well as several other planets having a full saturation of space colonies in their respective Lagrange points, each fulfilling vital functions both secular and sacred. The Church directly controls and administers the entire system, akin to the Papal States of history, so the Vatican Solar Guard is thick here with personnel and warships coming and going at all times. It's as urban a feel as space allows, and expectations should be set accordingly.
Our story here follows the conclusion of Reavers. Our mastermind villain is still out to remove the threat that Countess Gabriela Robin presents to him and his ambitions, and Lord Roland--being the savvy sort--aims to flush the plotter out into the open using Gabriela as bait. This novel, therefore, is as much a duel of wits between two foes who aren't even in the same place as anything else; think of the better James Bond films, but with lightsabers and giant robots. Red Eyes returns, as does Dashing Jack and Redalen's Revenge, as the villains driving the action but we also get to see more of the mastermind's network in operation- and with it, a better idea of what he's aiming to achieve when he says "Victory For Babylon!"
What else can you look forward to in Book Two?
I aim to have Book Two finished and available by Christmas this year, so you won't be waiting too long. In the meantime there are a few things I want you folks to do. If you read Reavers, please write a review and post it to Amazon's page; if you also have a blog, post it there also. If there's any merchandise you'd like to see, scroll down and leave a comment. Finally, a big thanks to those who commented on my editor's post on Reavers's release regarding how well they enjoy the book. I'm glad to see that I hit the mark I aimed for, and I hope to do so again with Book Two.
If you haven't gotten in on the fun yet, click on the image below and get yourself a copy.
Minnesota isn't entirely useless yet.
Remember the Minneapolis man who threw a 5-year-old boy from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America?— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) June 3, 2019
He's been sentenced to 19 years in prison.
He was "looking for someone to kill."https://t.co/w0Lh00Z8ew
But due to the dominance of shitlibs in our state government as well as in the two counties wherein Minneapolis and St. Paul lie, that may not be true for long. This hostile alien should've been summarily executed, not imprisoned. Ideally, he should have been executed upon commission of his offense; predators cannot be tolerated for any reason, and good nations are ruthless in driving them to extinction.
The American Thinker published an article today recounting the recent problems Somalis caused here since Bill Clinton aided traitor Churchians in planting these unwanted hostile aliens here during the '90s. While I don't live in Minneapolis proper, I do live in its area and I've seen first-hand some of the same shit that commentators in the Supreme Dark Lord's post on the topic describe. Yes, including the willful delusion rooted in emotion regarding not-dealing with the problem.
They are not us. They don't belong here. They never will be one of us, so they never will belong here- unless and until they replace us, and they know it. Go back to that Thinker article. The Somalis engaging in predatory behavior are not the ones that got off the boat. They're the sons--almost always sons--of those who got off the boat, and even those born and raised here reject America for their own culture- as the prevalence of "radicalization" (dropping the mask) and going abroad to fight for groups like ISIS show. The women go along with it, as Ilhan demonstrates so clearly, as full participants willful of what is going on as well as how and why. No innocents here.
As they filter out from their Little Somalia enclave in Minneapolis, the deleterious effect corrodes wherever they go. My mother (in the typical fashion) comments on how far behind the small children are now in the local elementary she volunteers at, and those kids always includes Somalis; "Muh Education" means nothing to them. The crack about how the naivety of Scandanvian countries applies here is entirely true, and therefore it is no surprise at all that a lot of the same stupidity going on in Sweden and Norway occurs here, including all the SJW bullshit.
Today we call this insanity "Clown World". Yesterday it was "Weimar". The latter is far more appropriate, as all of the degeneracy and insanity we have now throughout the world was once rampant in post-WW1 Germany. Yes, it really was that bad, and we all know what came out of that- even the wise of the day saw that coming and tried, futilely, to warn the world of that. Whenever you recreate the conditions for a phenomenon's occurrence, you will get that occurrence if you let the process go to completion. The recent meme-oriented way of putting it is "And then all of a sudden, for no reason at all, they voted Hitler into power." And yes, Gen Z is is watching.
And mark my words: Deportation is the merciful option, an option whose window of opportunity is closing. Once it closes, it's warfare all the way down, and it won't be the clean version that was the American Civil War. The best you'll get--and you had better pray for this to happen--is a literal Crusade to retake America by and for Americans. They are not us, don't want to be us, and never will belong with us. They know it and act on it. Who, therefore, benefits from trying to convince you otherwise? When you figure that out, go after them first- traitors before invaders, always. The invaders don't need Narrative Warfare; the traitors do.
The RPG Pundit takes some time during lunch to cut a video about some laughable SJWs trying to gaslight the Old School Renaissance movement in tabletop RPGs.
I hope you throw this on while making your lunch. It'll be good to listen do while you, like him, prepare your food.
Do note that what the Pundit says here about the OSR being free of SJW influence due to it being decentralized is also the strength of the #PulpRev scene; we too have no leaders, no chain of command, no centralized points to seize and hold and so we cannot be infiltrated and usurped. The SJWs are playing the Frame Game here to reframe the OSR as Wrongthink, unaware that tabletop RPGs are so decentralized that the most they can do is convince low-info followers of Let's Plays on YouTube and Twitch into going along. To this day, most players are not plugged into the online scene so these SJWs do nothing useful.
This plays into the long-running trend of noticing that SJWs don't function properly. Nephanor on Twitter ran a thread about this in the context of SJWs at a gaming con pushing their gatekeeping scam, where they project their incompetence at adult functionality upon everyone else--SJWs Always Project--as justification for gaslighting the rest of us into going along with it. Nope. Thread-starting Tweet below.
At first I wanted to laugh at this, as it shows a huge level of infantalization of the players, a bunch of coddling and idiocy that a normal functioning adult. But then I read through the replies to it and realized there is a HUGELY important reason for this kind of toolbox... https://t.co/vMZj8k5fIc— Nephanor PhD PROvert (@Nephanor) June 2, 2019
These are not people dedicated to entertaining friends and having a good time gaming. Shun them for your own good; they'll only ruin everything if given the chance. Instead, give your money to those who do want to entertain you and encourage your good gaming times like the Pundit does, and not to SJWs that hate you and want you deader than Leeroy Jenkins.
Speaking of new releases, Orwell Goode released a new non-fiction book on Time Preferences today. Paperback and Kindle versions are available.
His next "Waking Up The West" show will focus on his book. The show will be tomorrow at 5pm Central Daylight Time. Embedded below so you can subscribe to his channel and click the bell for notifications.