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September 25, 2011
I don’t really enjoy reading past posts on this weblog (I said too much stupid stuff), and I haven’t been following comments too closely. So I’m going to skip those for now.
1) Weird search query of the week: “razib khan hiv.” Last I checked I am HIV negative.
2 Your weekly fluff fix:
August 5, 2011
1) Post from the past: Genetics is One: Mendelism and quantitative traits
2) Weird search query of the week: “brad pitt look alike.”
3) Please note that I don’t endorse the views of the “comment of the week”! Comment of the week, in response to “1 in 3 Iranian men ‘gay’?”:
I think you are a bunch of idiots trying to judge everything with your nonsensical mindset.
I am a man and have fucked boys in Iran when I was at high school. They were supposedly gay and we used to call them sissy boys. So, will that make me gay? No! I did that because girls were not accessible. Also at a younger age `fucking somebody’ meant `proving your superiority’. Even now, I would happily fuck you mf* to show who has the upper hand!
But this sort of affairs would mostly happen between bullies and sissies. The rest 90% of children were immune of such activities. Those of us who did such things a couple of times also gave up doing so as we became more mature. I think you are out of your mind if you think 30% of men are ...
July 29, 2011
1) Post from the past: Why does race matter for women?
2) Weird search query of the week: “hustler buyuk memeli.”
3) Comment of the week, in response to “Smart educated men less likely to think cheating always wrong”:
BTW – the most interesting bit in that chart is the difference between atheists and agnostics. It makes sense when I think about it. To say one is an atheist rather than an agnostic requires a level of certainty towards ones beliefs. If there was a way to tease out relativism I’d lay good odds more agnostics are relativists than atheists are.
4) And finally, your weekly fluff fix: