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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Why Trump is winning

Mike Cernovich explains one important aspect of Donald Trump's success, as well as his own:
The Trump Mindset: Momentum + Focus + Energy

It’s clear none of Trump’s haters have read his books (Think Big and Kick Ass and Art of the Deal). If you had you’d know how Trump thinks and moves.

To understand how someone thinks, look at the language he uses. Kindle makes this simple. You can search for specific keywords in the Kindle version of a book.

Trump’s books are loaded winning, focus, push, enthusiasm, energy, and momentum.

Trump is a momentum player. He doesn’t wait for the perfect time to strike. He comes out swinging and he keeps swinging.

There’s even a chapter in Think Big and Kick Ass called Big Mo!

What do momentum types never do? We don’t apologize!

An apology destroys your momentum, as it causes you to stop.

Scott Adams is also a momentum type. How do I know this?

Adams talks about “energy” in his great book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big. Energy is mentioned 67 times and there is even an entire section on how to increase your personal energy.

Momentum types are obsessed with energy, as it’s crucial for us to keep moving forward.

Momentum types believe if we keep putting fire on targets, we will win.

As long as our energy holds up, this is true.
It's funny, I don't really think of myself as either a momentum or a high-energy guy because I am almost extraordinarily lazy. My ability to mentally check out and pay no attention to anything short of an assault team utilizing heavy weaponry is well-known throughout my entire social circle. One of the primary reasons I feed on the hatred for me is that it is about the only thing I find reliably motivating.

On the other hand, I do possess an unusual amount of what I think of as "focused stamina" which is how I was able to write ATOB in 18 months and turn in a complete 60-page game design document in under a week. I suppose if you consider that I'm on the verge of publishing my second book in four months while having designed two games and edited three books at the same time, it is possible that I am merely using different terminology than Mike is.

But I dont think so. Two things that I have learned from Mike recently is the importance of a) enthusiasm and b) thinking big. For example, I don't think I've been thinking big enough for Brainstorm; it's already nearly as well-attended as I imagined it could possibly be. And there is no real reason why my political books should sell any fewer copies than those published by Ann Coulter or Mark Levin, after all, as Mike notes, we're both already outselling most books published by well-known mainstream conservative writers with substantial media profiles.

So, I'm working on learning to think bigger. Here is the first baby step: my goal is for Cuckservative to debut in the Amazon top 100 overall. In keeping with this objective, we're going to modify a few of our usual launch routines in order to help make that happen. We've put together a solid New Release offer (don't forget to get on the mailing list if you want to receive them), we're only going to make the book available on Amazon for the first three days, and for the first time, those who buy through Amazon will be able to take advantage of the offer.

And yes, if you need the epub and don't have Calibre installed, you can send us a copy of your Amazon order and we'll get it to you.

There are a few other things we're doing as well, including one moderately exciting one that I cannot talk about quite yet, but I am entirely confident that with your help, we can drive the book, and more importantly, the message, into higher orbit than any of us at Castalia House originally envisioned.

In terms of Mike's advice, all I can really add to it is the importance of understanding your own motivations. Once you figure out what it is, use it relentlessly no matter what anyone else might think of it. It doesn't matter what your own private Carthago is or why you believe it must be destroyed. Stay focused, stay motivated, and keep your momentum going, until one day, its walls are razed and its fields are sown with salt.

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Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother November 28, 2015 9:58 AM  

I am a momentum guy. Although my family is my most precious treasure on this earth, I still get a little bummed every Friday at 5 pm, because the action slows down until Monday morning.

Anonymous Leonidas November 28, 2015 10:21 AM  

It's funny, I don't really think of myself as either a momentum or a high-energy guy because I am almost extraordinarily lazy. My ability to mentally check out and pay no attention to anything short of an assault team utilizing heavy weaponry is well-known throughout my entire social circle.

I'm rolling in laughter over here because this is pretty much the way my entire - far less successful - family views me, too. One other thing I've noticed as a side effect of this "laziness" - I never, ever waste time on stuff that isn't related to what I actually want to do. I'm far too lazy for that. I find that to be very helpful for actually getting stuff done.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 28, 2015 10:44 AM  

He's on to something there. Some of the energy has to do with our metabolism. Ever notice how some music can give you a mega boost to your energy? I've been basically on the bench last couple of years due to medical, and it drives me crazy. Spend a lot of time dreaming about doing this and that as soon as possible :P

Blogger Darth Toolpodicus (#144) November 28, 2015 10:44 AM  

Same here, chuckling in my coffee cup. My ability to tune out is legendary for the items that catch my focus. Laziness at war with focus.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 28, 2015 10:48 AM  

Regarding the books, I recall the ILoH posting about having a nice back log of books that will GET YOU PAID.

When Cucks breaks the Amazon 100, it's going to be very popular and a lot of people who are unaware of SJWAL are going to also pick that up.

These books are so timely it's going to drive their further success.

Blogger Durandel Almiras November 28, 2015 10:54 AM  

If I can help in any way, however big or small, let me know. I feel like it's time to bring this cultural war beyond the walls of the blogosphere and I'm itching to help spread the message.

Blogger Nemo Maximus November 28, 2015 10:59 AM  

In the early 2000s, I engineered a strategy that put a relationship book written by my wife on the Amazon Top 100. Thinking Big was indeed the key. This is for an essentially self-published book.

How did it happen? I sent a draft of the book in a three-ring binder to a national call-in radio show (Dr. Laura). We proposed to give away 100 books to her listeners. These shows always need something to feed the beast. When she plugged the book, many that did not get a free book bought it off Amazon. Boom! Amazon top 100.

We ended up selling around 2500 books over the life of the book-which means that I am very impressed with Mike Cernovich's achievement of 10,000 books in his first year.

I'm not suggesting this strategy to Vox. (Is there even a radio host who is not a cuckservative? Maybe Limbaugh-haven't listened in years). But I do want to point out the absolute 100% validity of Thinking Big.

Blogger VD November 28, 2015 11:01 AM  

I am very impressed with Mike Cernovich's achievement of 10,000 books in his first year.

So am I. We'll hit 10k for SJWAL soon; I think Cuck might be able do 10k in three months. It's both deeper and harder-hitting than SJWAL.

Blogger Nemo Maximus November 28, 2015 11:04 AM  

So am I. We'll hit 10k for SJWAL soon;

That reminds me. I need to order some paperbacks for Christmas presents for those working in the belly of the beast.

Anonymous WillBest November 28, 2015 11:06 AM  

Its not surprising, nobody on the left read Obama's "Dreams" either. Which is pretty much par for the course. If there isn't a rape in it, they can't be bothered to read past the executive summary.

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Aren't most people like that. They can piss away time like nobody's business. I am motivated by the wife/kids. I look at what I have accomplished over the last 15 years and realized that if I wasn't providing for them I could retire and sit on my butt the rest of my life. However, if I didn't have them I wouldn't have had the motivation to achieve as much as I have either.

Blogger Shimshon November 28, 2015 11:14 AM  

I think making ePubs available to Amazon buyers is a great idea.

Blogger ncartist November 28, 2015 11:24 AM  

I purchased Trump's "Never Give Up" biography last week. It is basically a "think and grow rich style book with personal anecdotes. I think those who put Trump down are missing the boa... train.

Blogger Christopher November 28, 2015 11:45 AM  

Word search is a great tool --great that Kindle included it, and maybe it could be used more. For instance, after finishing Kevin D. Williamson's recent for sale essay, I only just sensed he had not dealt with the deportation aspect of Trump's appeal and program but, in a moment, I was able to confirm that omission: no results for 'deport'.

I suspect the ommission might be part of a pattern for cuckservatives: just not mentioning certain topics, like immigration.

Anonymous BigGaySteve November 28, 2015 11:51 AM  

noticed as a side effect of this "laziness" - I never, ever waste time on stuff that isn't related to what I actually want to do.

Doing things the most efficient way is also being that kind of lazy, but not as lazy as being so inefficient that your work gets pushed off to the next shift.

Blogger Derek Kite November 28, 2015 12:06 PM  

There is a difference between personal productivity and leading a large and productive organisation. The skillset starts with a basic knowledge of what is being accomplished so you don't get manipulated (a flaw with mba courses who produce brilliant fools who in many cases don't know what business they are in), then the ability to attract and direct the abilities and energy of other people. Directing capable and smart people is quite challenging, but most people like to work for someone and are open to skilled direction.

Trump has been able to do that, and not by tolerating fools. That if anything may be his downfall in the political arena. It is full of fools.

Blogger Josh November 28, 2015 12:31 PM  

Steve Sailer on Trump's energy and personality:

Well, I’ve seen Trump up and Trump down over the decades, so “every time” is an exaggeration. But he’s lasted a remarkably long time.

And I’ve never heard much to suggest he is manic-depressive, in the manner of Ross Perot, who disappeared into seclusion during the summer of 1992, only to come out a ball of fire again in the fall. Trump appears to be steadily hypomanic, like Teddy Roosevelt, which is a pretty fun thing to be.

To compare two pretty similar-seeming personalities, Winston Churchill suffered occasional crippling depressions and other times when things were going good started to get out of control with his global strategizing. In contrast, Teddy Roosevelt seemed to be pretty steadily super-energetic, in between the two major depressive moments of his life — the day both his mother and his first wife died, and the death of his son and most likely political heir in WWI.

OpenID sigbouncer November 28, 2015 12:34 PM  

Trump's words that he repeatedly uses are also high energy and encourage positive thinking. We hear him say with frequency "fantastic, amazing, classy, great, terrific" etc. These words tend to keep the listener tuned in.

One other thing that I would largely attribute to Trump's success is the thinking of letting a successful businessman take over control of our economy. This has happened before with Ross Perot. But Perot lacked the charisma and communication skills of Trump (as well as his height). Along with Trump's persistent demeanor as alluded to above. Despite lacking in these areas, Perot still made a difference in that election based solely on his ability to make money in the private sector.

Blogger Josh November 28, 2015 12:36 PM  

One other thing that I would largely attribute to Trump's success is the thinking of letting a successful businessman take over control of our economy.

Who do you think currently controls the economy?

Blogger Dave November 28, 2015 12:47 PM  

my goal is for Cuckservative to debut in the Amazon top 100 overall

Applaud your goal. Will it be treated as a book bomb? Preannounce the date and repeatedly put that info out there. People get busy and forgetful. Get as many people and places to plug it as you can. No dishonor in making the most if the system, everybody knows that's how it works. People like to be a part of it for something they support.

OpenID sigbouncer November 28, 2015 12:53 PM  

18 Who do you think currently controls the economy?

Definitely not a successful businessman (from my view). Or we wouldn't continue to recklessly add on to the 18 trillion in debt that we already owe.

http://www.usdebtclock.org/

Blogger Tom K. November 28, 2015 1:03 PM  

You know how when you read or hear something that echoes how you feel about yourself and it makes you say, "Yeah!"? Well, that how I felt reading this:

"I am almost extraordinarily lazy. . . One of the primary reasons I feed on the hatred for me is that it is about the only thing I find reliably motivating."

Perhaps that's one of my problems with motivation. I don't have enough people hating me! How can I use this insight?

I've always thought I wanted to HELP people. Now I discover I'm primarily motivated to fight them and mock them and beat them into submission. What do I do with that?

Can anyone recommend a biblical role model? We know Elijah mocked the prophets of Baal. Jesus cleared the temple, called the Pharisees and Sadducees all kinds of names. But in the Revelation letters, Jesus was critical but not condemning. He offered each the opportunity to repent. Sooooo? Anyone else that made a living deriding and mocking the masses?

A lot of comedians do. Can anyone thibkof any "saints"?

Vox! Who's your inspiration?

Blogger Dave November 28, 2015 1:09 PM  

wrt to epubs: maybe not this time but what about giving out a download code to the buyer to download the epub and avoid the email hassle. Put the code in the receipt unless Amazon objects then put in the book. I prefer epubs but would rather not use Calibre if you already have the properly formatted epub.

Anonymous Hiyac November 28, 2015 1:10 PM  

Boring-er. And simple.

Blogger VD November 28, 2015 1:15 PM  

Vox! Who's your inspiration?

In this regard, Michael Jordan. He didn't care about winning, he wanted to vanquish. And he always found a way to motivate himself, again and again, even after he'd repeatedly won.

Anonymous Godfrey November 28, 2015 1:17 PM  

@23
But obviously not quite boring enough to prevent you from continuing to read and comment.

Blogger IM2L844 November 28, 2015 1:45 PM  

You want to know the easiest way to get something done? Ask an extraordinarily lazy person who also happens to be highly intelligent. They nearly always have some form of an obsession with efficiency. They will quickly determine the available resources and the most effective way to leverage them in order to achieve a goal. They make good, albeit reluctant, leaders.

I'm still not convinced Trump is actually trying to become President. Sure, he'll ride the wave all the way to the Whitehouse if that's where goes, but he's awfully nonchalant about precision. He's gonna have to step it up if he really wants to win.

Blogger Markku November 28, 2015 1:58 PM  

wrt to epubs: maybe not this time but what about giving out a download code to the buyer to download the epub and avoid the email hassle. Put the code in the receipt unless Amazon objects then put in the book. I prefer epubs but would rather not use Calibre if you already have the properly formatted epub.

We cannot control the receipt contents, nor individualize book contents. And just one static code that lets you download the epub for free would be a spectacularly bad idea.

Anonymous BigGaySteve November 28, 2015 1:59 PM  

Jesus may have cooked fish for his apostles over burning coals but Pope Commie wants to put an end to coal burning, well not the kind seen on TV.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/11/christopher-manion/francis-wants-rewrite-scripture/

Blogger Danby November 28, 2015 2:12 PM  

Ask an extraordinarily lazy person who also happens to be highly intelligent. They nearly always have some form of an obsession with efficiency. They will quickly determine the available resources and the most effective way to leverage them in order to achieve a goal.

Guilty as charged, your honor. I'm terrible with people, dislike being in charge, but fixing things, that's not just what I do, that's who I am.

When I get in the zone, it literally takes physical contact to get my attention. The kids know that if Dad's focused on something, don't bother or interrupt him, unless it involves blood, vomit, or my sworn duty.

I absolutely HATE context switches.

Blogger Danby November 28, 2015 2:13 PM  

He's gonna have to step it up if he really wants to win.

Yeah, he'll drop out before the end of October.

OpenID carautomated November 28, 2015 2:18 PM  

VD - another thing is that you've always got multiple things going. You've motivated many of us in that regard. "School" teaches us to have *A* vocation. What men really need is a life, balanced. When life is in balance, it's fairly easy to put most of it on hold to focus for a spell - whether a day or a month. It's also easier to mobilize a support structure if that network sees themselves as supporting something worthwhile - be it one's project or character.

Anonymous IM2L844 November 28, 2015 2:39 PM  

I'm terrible with people, dislike being in charge

I doubt you're terrible with all people. Just those people that require a lot of work to deal with. Explaining things to some people can be exhausting.

Blogger Harsh November 28, 2015 2:41 PM  

Yeah, he'll drop out before the end of October.

I honestly don't see him dropping out. He might lose the primary but I don't think he'll quit.

Blogger Dave November 28, 2015 2:47 PM  

one static code that lets you download the epub for free would be a spectacularly bad idea

I've seen kindle books that include free offers if you buy it but admittedly I don't know the mechanism. Kudos for making the epubs available in any event.

Blogger Dave November 28, 2015 2:48 PM  

Harsh...end of October? get it?

Blogger Harsh November 28, 2015 2:55 PM  

Harsh...end of October? get it?

I'm really on the slow boat these days. I blame the weather.

Blogger Student in Blue November 28, 2015 2:59 PM  

There's something about intelligence and laziness.

There's also something about actual success not being linked to intelligence, but diligence.

Blogger Zach November 28, 2015 3:06 PM  

@23

St. Jerome?

Cyril of Alexandria?

Blogger Dave November 28, 2015 3:11 PM  

It really is, I think, probably, maybe, could be, should be "the beginning of the end for Trump."

The quotes going back to July are hilarious in this article that Vox tweeted link: http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2015/10/19/3713654/donald-trump-campaign-media/

Blogger Guitar Man November 28, 2015 3:16 PM  

Is Brady the Jordan of the NFL?

Blogger Markku November 28, 2015 3:40 PM  

I've seen kindle books that include free offers if you buy it but admittedly I don't know the mechanism.

I'm guessing they have been extra stuff that isn't particularly useful without the book, but here the code would give the actual book, free of charge.

Blogger Hammerli280 November 28, 2015 3:51 PM  

@26:

Clausewitz divided officers into four types, based on wether they were lazy or energetic, smart or stupid.

Officers who were smart and energetic made good staff officers. Their tendency to focus on minutia is needed in staff work, which they do well.

Officers who were smart and lazy made good commanders. They worried about the big picture because they were too lazy to bother with trivia.

Officers who stupid and lazy were good low-ranking officers. They were too lazy for their stupidity to be a danger.

But officers combining both stupidity and energy? VERY dangerous. Expend them on suicide missions.

Blogger Hammerli280 November 28, 2015 3:59 PM  

"And there is no real reason why my political books should sell any fewer copies than those published by Ann Coulter..."

Vox, you're not that good-looking.

Blogger Josh November 28, 2015 4:02 PM  

Is Brady the Jordan of the NFL?

He's clearly the Bird of the NFL.

NO ONE DENIES THIS!

Blogger Josh November 28, 2015 4:42 PM  

Reddit user imagines trump answering a question about fascism

"Hey Trump, are you a fascist?"

"You know what, that's something we have to consider closely, something we gotta look at, because we have to make America great again. We don't win anymore. Now you look at some of the fascists, in their early days, they won. They won. They didn't win towards the end because they made a whole bunch of mistakes. Like Franco. Franco made a whole bunch of mistakes and I wouldn't. But he had a country. He had borders. He put up a wall between Morocco and Spain and you know what? Morocco paid for it. Morocco paid for it.

And you know what? Franco took care of his vets! He was very strong in military. So strong on military. And our wounded warriors. How about them folks. I'd be so strong on veterans. Oh my gosh I'd build hospitals so fast for them. It's a disgrace how we treat our veterans.

And Franco was very strong on military. And let me tell you Id be very strong on military.

And how about values folks? What's the best book? That's right! It's the bible. The bible is my favorite book. Great book. What's the second best book? That's right, that guy has it there, THE ART OF THE DEAL! Go ahead and hold it up. You know, a lot of great fascists had a lot of great books. And you know what? They hated communism.

You know who else hates communism? Trump! Trump hates communism. Nobody hates communism more than trump. You know, I don't get enough credit for it, but I spoke out against the soviets in he eighties. Yeah. But those media back there, they won't write about it. THEY WONT WRITE ABOUT IT. I know. They're so dishonest. So dishonest. And you know who else is a communist?

That's right! Bernie Sanders. Oh my. Oh my. Can you believe this guy? He wants free college and free healthcare for everybody! For everybody!!! Can you imagine that? You know who else was for that? That's right, Stalin. Stalin. And you know who prevented universal healthcare in Spain? That's right, Franco. You know, Spain only started getting into this mess when it switched to democracy. It's true. It's true. I hate to say it, but it's true. They switched away from fascism and now look at them. They're poor. They have 40 percent unemployment. Their country is a liberal mess. They don't win anymore.

But Franco made great deals. Oh my gosh great deals! He got Germany to bomb the hell out of the rebels. Paid nothing. It was a great deal. It was a great deal for him. And then, he stayed out of the Second World War! He stayed out of it! He let Hitler and Stalin tear each other apart! And, by the way, I'm just fine with letting Russia bomb ISIS. I've been saying it for a long time. Bomb the oilfields. Why are we worried about Russia doing it? Let them. Franco did. And I made great deals too. Amazing deals. Yuuuuge deals.

So you know, people talk about fascism like its a bad thing. But they won a lot. They won a lot. And we don't win anymore. We don't. And what's the problem with fascism? They say it like its a bad thing. Like its a PC thing! It's always about tone now. But you know what? I'm not worried about tone, so let them write whatever they want about fascism because they don't know what they're talking about. Alright, next question.

Blogger Doom November 28, 2015 4:54 PM  

I think, in part, the reason Trump isn't understood isn't because he hasn't been read. The left and "right" are picking up his books and reading them. Initially it was thumbing through. Now it is engorging on them in order to find a chink in his armor. The problem isn't that they haven't read, to various depths, what he wrote. Their problem is they have no clue what it means. They honestly believe it is hype, code, story-time stuff. They can't see the forest for the trees in it. Even if they started to take it at face value, it is so far beyond them that they just can't catch a break with understanding it.

My sole claim to fame is that I am not dead as I should be, well, and being able to complete sudoku in 5 seconds. Though the pairing might be an additional claim? There is a bit more, but I'll keep it simple. Perhaps it isn't much, but it throws them quite off in it's own little way. You should see their faces when I show them the proof. My claims, however, and admittedly, have no value to any. Your and his claims do. Even if Trump is just the stage hand, it is a massive stage. Your works are obvious, mostly, if also not all that understood to the many. Editing a book, or writing one? Writing a 60-page anything, in a week? Depends on skills, what else was required, complexity to you, etc.

As for me, I'm a believer, mostly. It still always come down to what have you done lately. Yeah, well, that's what sucks about doing the impossible. You have to work, he has to produce, and I must live. :p

Anonymous elmer t. jones November 28, 2015 5:19 PM  

This Monday I am making my Employment Game book available for free download in hopes of garnering sympathetic reviews on the Amazon product page. As part of the launch buzz I have penned a “work-life balance” essay aimed at young women :

Girls! The Work-Life Balance Plan the Feminists Don’t Want You to Know

http://wp.me/p6QFjS-3B

Momentum from SJW outrage may propel it out of the manosphere. You critiques are most welcome.

Anonymous elmer t. jones November 28, 2015 5:34 PM  

Though this accompanying graphic may express the ideas more readily to today’s internet-savvy girls :

https://employmentgame.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/feminismwants.jpg

Blogger RobertT November 28, 2015 5:53 PM  

mailing list?

Blogger VD November 28, 2015 6:12 PM  

Yeah, putting the actual link in the post might help. It's also on the left sidebar now.

Blogger Hammerli280 November 28, 2015 6:17 PM  

The way I see it, Trump has several things going for him.

First, he is always attacking. Bypass points of hard resistance, get deep behind enemy lines, and always keep moving.

Second, he's saying the things a lot of Americans think but dare not speak.

Third, he's making sense. Oddly enough, on foreign policy. He gets the idea that the USA has interests that should be protected...and that other nations have interests that their leaders are trying to protect. It's the difference between a rival you compete with and an enemy who's trying to kill you.

Finally, Trump already HAS a media persona. For over a decade, he's been the larger-than-life tycoon. Plays the part on TV and in real life. The Propaganda Press doesn't have a blank slate on which they can paint a target.

Anonymous Real Human Being November 28, 2015 6:39 PM  

44. Jesus Christ how cucked. I can just imagine the pajama boy who wrote that out.

Blogger ray November 29, 2015 4:37 PM  

"But in the Revelation letters, Jesus was critical but not condemning. He offered each the opportunity to repent. Sooooo? Anyone else that made a living deriding and mocking the masses?"


Jeshua spent part of the first few chapters condemning. Not just criticizing. You do x, or I snuff your candle. Meaning put out your lights forever. Applies to people and angels, no exceptions. He also condemned the 'synagogue of satan' twice in Revelation, though here again he leaves room for repentance via abject humility.

Baptist John called the little monsters 'a generation of vipers'. He'd have to REALLY work the thesaurus today.

Elijah, and in fact many OT prophets, derided and mocked The Almighty People quite regularly. Elijah's protégé Elisha didn't have to mock the punks. By that point God just shredded anybody who got uppity with him.

Brave Joshua mocked his own people. So did David. Chumped his own wife in public for publically playing Empowered Scold, and then the Lord backed him up. This guy was so tough he stood up to the ark. So he wasn't about to crawl in front of mere women.

There are others. None of them 'made a living' out of it though. They were about Father's business, not their own.

Blogger Phelps November 30, 2015 10:17 PM  

@46 (Doom): It reminds me of the old joke -- leftists read Marx, rightists understand it.

It's part of the overall problem -- we aren't even speaking the same language. Liberals are unable to understand how we think, while, since we are assaulted with their "culture" against our will, we understand them quite well. They don't even understand the meaning of the words loyalty and honor. They are concepts that they have no framework to hang them on. It literally gobbeldy-gook to them.

Take the average person from Kansas or Oklahoma, and drop them in Manhattan, and they will do just fine. Take the average New Yorker and drop them on Main St USA in rural Kansas, and they will be lost entirely.

Blogger Billy January 06, 2016 12:14 PM  

I difficult to imagine that we are sitting here watching the end of Europe and possible the beginning of the end of our race and religion. It it surreal.

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