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The Imperial Minister of Truth has penned a new essay (in two parts), “You Are Not Alone.”

Part one starts here.

(The link to part II is at the end of part I).

Enjoy.

Thatisall.

19 Responses to “Your Reading Assignment for the Day”
  1. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    I’d bet Bill Whittle makes his grocery list an interesting read.

  2. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    Misha,

    Thank you! That was refreshing. It was like a drink of cold water after a long, hot day.
    I’m going to have to read through that several times to try to extract all I can from it. However, I can tell from just the one reading that here is an idea that should be spread as far as possible. When it falls upon fertile ground it will grow.

  3. TheBoid Comment by TheBoid

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    Thank you for that link. That was great. I spread the word along to some friends. I left a comment and saw yours. What’s the story behind your nickname?

  4. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    Hope. That’s what I got from this. Pure Hope. I’m just now into reading the comments and I’m pumped. I’ll be leaving one also…when I get to the end of them that is.
    Thank you for that link Sire.

  5. Kristopher Comment by Kristopher

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    Actually, his characterization of that Prisoner’s dilemma Experiment was a bit different than he characterized.

    There were two remaining groups. 20% were pure tit-for-tat. 80% were forgive-exactly-once, and then tit-for-tat.

  6. Kristopher Comment by Kristopher

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    Sorry: ” - a bit different from what the results really were.”

  7. Unregistered Comment by mkfreeberg

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    There were two remaining groups. 20% were pure tit-for-tat. 80% were forgive-exactly-once, and then tit-for-tat.

    Hmm. When I was reading this, what I got out of it was that your strategy was determined by your prospects for maintaining a long-term relationship with the people you meet, which explained why the behavior in situations like that depended not so much on the individuals, but on the communities in which they lived.

    Which explains why “Occam’s Razor” is not antithetical to the Christian point-of-view, the two philosophies are actually quite friendly with each other. You extend trust to get it back again…and if you aren’t willing to do this, and nobody else is either, then no society can stand for very long. Makes perfect sense, and as frosting on the cake, it’s faithful to what we know about anthropological sciences, and the Old & New Testaments too.

  8. Useful Idiot Comment by Useful Idiot

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    Bill Whittle is brilliant. Not enough people know who he is, so he probably won’t be president. But whoever does end up getting elected should hire him as Chief of Staff.
    Just a fabulous analysis of: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.”
    Also, the Remnant reminded me of Gideons army.
    Great stuff!

  9. lc ima mommy, Imperial Handmaid Comment by lc ima mommy, Imperial Handmaid

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    YOWZA!! That rocked my world! He is so inspiring. If I ever get through the comments (I’m about to make a concerted effort ;)) I’ll be sure to add my voice to the chorus of “HELL YEAH!! Let’s DO it!!”

  10. Xystus Comment by Xystus

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    Awesome. (Well, I think he misspelled Herodotus, but I wish I could eject as much good content onto the web!) Another monument in prose.

  11. LC SkyeChild Comment by LC SkyeChild

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    Whittle is the master. Being that I’m former military, I found “Sanctuary” to be one of his better ones…followed by “Tribes” and “Seeing the Unseen.”

  12. LC SkyeChild Comment by LC SkyeChild

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    Xystus,

    Re: spelling. My mom and I were discussing Bill’s essays the other day. He DOES misspell words, and his grammar isn’t always correct, but his message is spot-on.

  13. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    I left a comment and saw yours. What’s the story behind your nickname?

    Nothing terribly fascinating, really, it’s just the diminutive Russian form of my given name that I got stuck with at some point, many many moons ago. So when I started blogging and had to choose a nick, I figured I might as well use my real nickname.

  14. MuscleDaddy Comment by MuscleDaddy

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    Majesty,

    You left out something over there…

    What can you do?
    What can you teach?

    You in?

    - MuscleDaddy

  15. Unregistered Comment by Gabby

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    Great link for us of the Sheepdog persuasion.

    I don’t get to his site as often as I should, and buckling down to plow through the reading amidst life’s distractions doesn’t always happen like it should.

    Thanks!

  16. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Majesty,

    You left out something over there…

    What can you do?
    What can you teach?

    You in?

    I most certainly am.

    Not so sure about what I can teach, however, unless there’s a pressing need for skills in pissing people off and speaking weird languages that nobody speaks.

    But anything I do know, however insignificant, is at the disposal of the community and I’ll be happy to pass it on.

  17. LC NCLivingBrit Comment by LC NCLivingBrit

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    Just plain wow.

    It’s nice to see things laid out so clearly, when all you really knew before was what do to, not how to describe it.

  18. Haz-been Comment by Haz-been

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    Misha- you can teach the biomechanical physics and angular momentum of a ClueBat swung at high velocity towards an idiotarian target. Or tiddly-winks, whatever.

    Glad to see you on board. I have no idea how things will progress at Ejectia. Much of the technical crap is way over my soft, spongy head. I’m another one of those Jack of all trades, master of none. But it should be interesting to watch and help where I can.

    I usually avoid group things being that I am a devout individualist. I will participate as long as it stays loose-knit and non-cultish. I trust Bill will not let it get too creepy for my sensibilities.

  19. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie

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    I just finished reading most of part two. Now I have to get into the comments section to see what this thing will be all about.

    However, if it seems like it an better protect and advance our civilization, how could I not be in.

    I know what I can teach, how to shoot, and I do it. I may not be a part of Ejectia, but I like to think that I’m putting the spark of Remnant in somebody, sometime. Even if out of all my students, only one ever has to use the skills I in some small way impart on them to save their own or someone else’s life, then all the hours I spent in front of a class was worth it.