The Working World

Dealing with Corporate Bullshit the Aaron Clarey Way Versus the Right Way

I do not know how authentic Aaron Clarey is. For the following, I therefore take his online videos at face value and assume that he is not deliberately putting up a false front. If you have some familiarity with his work, you may know that he quit a commercial banking gig and since then gets… Continue reading Dealing with Corporate Bullshit the Aaron Clarey Way Versus the Right Way

Gaming

Doom Eternal is the First Mainstream Product to Openly Mock the Left

I recently watched the reveal trailer of Doom Eternal. It’s not the kind of game I would like to play, but as I have a passing interest in the state of the art of consumer-grade computer graphics, I keep an eye on important events such as QuakeCon or SIGGRAPH. I’m linking the trailer below. It’s… Continue reading Doom Eternal is the First Mainstream Product to Openly Mock the Left

Society

“Technology that is used by all should be created by all”

Among the many morally bankrupt phrases used by the subversive Left is the claim that technology that is used by all should also be created by all. This is the supposed justification for discriminating against white males and Asians in the technology sector. Instead of the most qualified employee, companies are now supposed to pick… Continue reading “Technology that is used by all should be created by all”

Society

How “Progressives” Took the Punch out of the Words Rape, Hate, and Nazis

The incompetency if not downright stupidity of “progressives” is a never-ending source of entertainment. I think many of their leading talking heads are prime examples of the Dunning-Kruger effect. The relevant part is that if you are dumb, you do not know that you are dumb. On the other hand, looking at their behaviors as… Continue reading How “Progressives” Took the Punch out of the Words Rape, Hate, and Nazis

Travel

Experiencing Singapore (17): Remarks on Singaporean Culture as well as Working Culture

As strange as it may sound, I quickly felt at home in Singapore. Yet, there are some downsides you should also be aware of. One is that the young generation gives rise to worries. You find increasing numbers of men and women with tattoos, even though it is a far cry from the West. Obesity… Continue reading Experiencing Singapore (17): Remarks on Singaporean Culture as well as Working Culture

Travel

Experiencing Singapore (16): Social Engineering

Singapore does Social Engineering right. In the West, we promote homosexuality and prime kids for tolerating advances by pedophiles — some German states have a curriculum for sex education in kindergarten where kids are encouraged to explore their own sexuality, with members of their own as well as the opposite sex, and all 2,500 other… Continue reading Experiencing Singapore (16): Social Engineering

Travel

Experiencing Singapore (13): A Highly Intelligent Society

Let’s for one brief second, assume that the concept of IQ is valid, and that, consequently, the concept of an IQ of a nation makes sense as well. I fully subscribe to that notion, but if you’re not, then get off my blog and educate yourself first before you come back. In every international comparison… Continue reading Experiencing Singapore (13): A Highly Intelligent Society

Travel

Experiencing Singapore (12): Meritocracy and the Pressure-Cooker Education System

How many Western leaders are there that look like respectable men? Okay, we got Trump. We also have Trudeau, Macron, and a whole bunch of other clowns. There are people in leading positions, sometimes ministers, who dropped out of university. Handing out positions of powers due to quotas is also common. In Singapore, you have… Continue reading Experiencing Singapore (12): Meritocracy and the Pressure-Cooker Education System