Hilaire Belloc, the capital sin of pride, Count Donkula, League of Legends: On how censorship has preceded EVERY massacre in History.

So it's June again!  The Month Of The Sacred Heart Of Jesus!  You know what that means... another year of satanists trying to invent festivals to put on Holy Days!  Ugh. So why do I care?  I don't.  What I do care about is that two characters in a game I play are being changed to fit an agenda, and that irks me.  A lot of things are irking a lot of people these days.  Frog boiling is always a dangerous game for the one whose hand is caught on the stove knob.

“triangle strategy,” insanity, and ChesterBelloc: why do you keep making these stories?

I rarely write about video games because frankly they aren’t worth writing about, but the recent “triangle strategy” just gets my goat. Ignoring the gameplay, the story and themes of this game are just pablum making it unplayable.  It’s like I’m being forcefed hg wells’ suicide note just to be able to play more twee grid-based strategy. Why do these stories keep being made?

On Meekness, nominalism, action movies, effeminacy, and how the worst problem in the world is actually “toxic masculinity” after all!

Like Chesterton said, “what is wrong with the world is that no one asks what is right.”  Like Chesterton also said, “reformers are usually right about what is wrong but always wrong about what is right.”

So what is right?  Meekness!  Lack of meekness is what is wrong with the world.  Meekness is to do what you ought to.  Be loud when you need to be loud, but no more.  Be silent when you need to be silent, but no more.  Be angry when you need to and fight only enough to neutralize the threat, then no more.

What is wrong?  That's going to take longer to explain!

G.K. Chesterton and The Romance of Orthodoxy

I may post quotes from time to time. The first one will be my favorite quote of all. One far too long to ever be quoted normally, and one that cannot be easily found anywhere online. The only link to it I had ever managed was only half of the quote and posted to the tumblr blog of a 21 year-old girl. This lead to many obnoxious people on multiple sites I used the link on thinking I was a 21 year-old girl in the desperate hope they could "identity politics" their way out of coming up with an argument against me.