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Plenty of Fedfish in the Sea

Brandon Adamson

If you’re an apolitical normie or a casual shitposter, this article won’t be of much interest to you. However, if you’re active in “dissident” (whatever that has come to mean) political subcultures—whether you’ve been anointed as a charismatic “thought leader” or exist as a peripheral, docile, inconsequential (and totally not worth monitoring) figure like me—then […]

Just One of the Goys

Brandon Adamson

An ’80s teen classic, Just One of the Guys (directed by Lisa Gottlieb) is about a high school student named Terri (played by Jewish actress, Joyce Hyser) who dreams of becoming a journalist. After losing out on a job as an intern at a local newspaper to two guys she believes to be inferior writers, […]

Pine Tar Rules

Brandon Adamson

No, I’m not talking about baseball, in case you were thinking of the infamous George Brett pine tar incident from the 1983 game between the Kansas City Royals and New York Yankees. Rather, I’m referring to Packer’s Pine Tar Shampoo. As I’ve mentioned before, I love classic grooming products (where they can still be found.) […]

We’re Leaving Beards in the 2010s

Brandon Adamson

And by “we’re” I mean me obviously. Everyone else can do what they want. It was a difficult decision for me, because I definitely look better with a beard than without one (just going by my sexual track record here). In my experience, most girls seem to prefer facial hair on a guy, whether it’s […]

The Women of Chrono Trigger

Brandon Adamson

It has been almost 5 years since I examined the potential for the world imagined in the SNES classic, Chrono Trigger to serve as an unconventional model for monarchy (an essay which was featured in LD50 Gallery’s book of “2005-2017 miscellany of reactionary and neoreactionary writing”). Yet, nearly 18 years have passed since I last […]

Misanthropic Meditations on the Parkway

Brandon Adamson

Every time I step out for a walk in my neighborhood, I feel as though I’m hurling myself into a game of FROGGER. No matter where I go, it seems there are always people tediously coming and going. Cars approach from every direction. At any point where I have to cross a space that a […]

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