Donating To The Trevor Project

In May, I advertised that I would donate $6 for every 2020 rainbow dumpster fire candle holder sold. The time has come to make the donation! Four candle holders were sold, so the $24 donation will be processed within the next week. Come back for following updates.

UPDATE: Donation processed!

UPDATE: The campaign has come to an end! Making the final donation!

The campaign has come to an end, and we had 8 more candle holder sales! Here’s a record of the transactions for the month of July. Donation receipts will be coming soon

Here’s the receipt for the final donation in the campaign! Hopefully this helps somebody. Thanks to everybody who showed their support by buying the candle holders. It was a complete success. And maybe we can do something similar in the future.

Total donation amount (not counting processing fees) over the course of the two month campaign: $72.00

The Extremism Gradient

Fear Of Retribution

I’ll be talking about groups which are viewed as extremist. I hear similar claims from opposing sides about each other. The colloquial “SJW’s” hate “Anti-SJW’s” because they use extensive propaganda in the form of memes. They have unquestioning loyalty to a set of ideas, they reject information that’s critical of the ideology, etc. I hear the same arguments from Anti-SJW’s about SJW’s. There are common patterns running through these types of groups, and I’m going to detail them here.

This is just a way for you to recognize extreme thinking and behavior in yourself, whether or not you feel the criticisms I level toward specific groups are justified. This is not an indictment of any one group I name, or any single member within that group. It’s possible that you’re a member of one of the groups I list and you aren’t extreme. If that’s the case, great. Congratulations. You don’t have anything to think about here. Just sit back and enjoy the rest of this. If you come in here and get defensive about the things I’m saying, I suggest you take a critical look at your system of beliefs and behaviors and ask yourself why you feel this applies to you, and why it might be best to change it.

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The Manson Murders

The Manson murders started august 8th, 1969. He spent the previous few months trying to desensitize them to death, so they’d be more willing to kill or commit suicide if ordered to. The first murder was Gary Hinman. He was stabbed, tortured, and had his ears cut off. One of the members, Bobby Beausoleil, was selling drugs he bought off of Gary. The buyers thought they were bad and demanded retribution. 2 girls from the Manson family drove over to Hinman’s house with bobby. Manson showed up wit ha samurai sword and convinced bobby to kill Hinman as a sign of devotion and masculinity. He did it out of fear.

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Catholicism’s Extremism Score Card

I had a fan meetup recently, and much to my surprise, I had LOTS of ex catholics show up. Catholicism has roughly been on my radar for a while but I haven’t really paid much attention to it. I did a video about it a while back but I took it down because I felt like my views on catholicism have changed since I released it, but after talking to some ex-catholic fans and reading up on the religion more, I decided it’s time to address catholicism. Is it a cult? Let’s get into it.

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What’s The Difference Between A Religion And A Cult?

I’ve heard people say, “in a cult, there’s one guy at the top that knows it’s a scam. In a religion, that person is dead.” Basically saying that all religions are cults. So what IS the difference between a cult and a religion? Is it that cut and dry? Let’s talk about what all cults have in common, and how they’re different from religions. Let’s get into it.

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