Friday T&A: Lucky Thirteen Edition

Here we are on a Friday again, and it is an unusual day because it falls on the 13th of the month. Now, I've never quite understood why this is considered an "unlucky" day. It is merely an inevitable consequence of how the calendar works. In fact, most years have two days that fall on Friday the 13th, so if this is an "unlucky" day of any kind, then bad luck is rather common.

It has certainly been a very unlucky week by most common reckoning. The mucosal, viscous, and downright icky blessings of Corona-chan continue to spread throughout Europe and around the world, and are putting national emergency response systems through severe tests that, frankly, some nations are simply failing outright.

His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Chaddest of Chads ever to Chad across a stage, has responded with decisive yet calm toughness by cutting off all flights from Europe. That is the right thing to do, but it is hugely unlucky for millions of travelers between both the USA and Europe.

And Europe itself appears to be coming apart at the seams as individual countries respond in very different ways to the outbreaks - which, I remind you, are nowhere near as lethal as we are being led to believe.

But, seeing as it is Friday, we can happily ignore all of that malarkey - and by that I don't mean in the style of Creepy Uncle Joe Biden, whose village is quite evidently phoning around reporting that it is missing its idiot - and get on with the serious business of enjoying that which is good, beautiful, and true.

And this week's lady is certainly beautiful - though "good" and "true" would likely be a major stretch.

Her name is Anjy Shamo (weird name, I know), aged 27, from Detroit, Michigan. However, her bio indicates that she was actually born in Amman, Jordan, of Chaldeans (so she's likely a Christian, albeit a very loose one).

Unfortunately, she also has a rather large tattoo on her left forearm. The fact that it consists of a Cross and other holy symbols is small comfort. I've picked pictures where that nonsense isn't apparent, but it is there nonetheless.

Happy Friday, gentlemen. Stay away from Camp Crystal Lake, don't go near anyone wearing a hockey mask and carrying a big-ass machete, and if you do happen to find yourself being chased by a big scary hulking choir-boy with a huge bladed weapon, remember: bringing a knife to a gun-fight is an astonishingly stupid idea.

In other words: eat, drink, sleep, lift, shoot, pray, repeat. See you on Monday for the CRUSHING!!!


















Comments

  1. This girl has great curves, but is not as pretty as the last few weeks. She probably has a lot of body hair that she has to remove before photoshoots.

    Last week, someone commented about the misfortune of being born in India. I replied that for a male, there are four worse places to be born than South Asian (assuming the male is an average male born to the average family in each) :

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    To be fair, to be born the average South Asian man in South Asia is better than being born in :

    i) Sub-Saharan Africa (or Haiti)
    ii) North Korea
    iii) Any country with a very high murder rate (which India is not)
    iv) Any active war zone.

    Those four categories are worse places to be born in as an average man, than India.

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    1. This girl has great curves, but is not as pretty as the last few weeks. She probably has a lot of body hair that she has to remove before photoshoots.

      Perhaps. But you can do some amazing things with lasers these days to permanently remove hair.

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    2. Perhaps, but my understanding is that it takes at least 40 sessions (once a week for 40 weeks) to remove hair. It is not a one-off.

      Do you agree on the four buckets as the only categories of places where it is worse to be born as an average man than South Asia? Remember that factors include per capita GDP, looks of women, likely influences on SMV of men, crime rate, basic cleanliness of the streets, etc.

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    3. What gets me is the deer-in-the-headlights look in the very first photo. It's like a Kardashian asked about orbital Ballistics... or how far a car going 50 miles an hour would go in an hour.

      She should ditch that particular picture. No human should ever look that stupid.

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    4. She should ditch that particular picture. No human should ever look that stupid.

      Now that you mention it, you're right, she does look like a dunce - and it's hilarious.

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    5. Do you agree on the four buckets as the only categories of places where it is worse to be born as an average man than South Asia?

      Johnny, I really couldn't care less about who is worse off or better off than the average Indian guy. The SMV of Indians is of limited interest to me, and while I can see that it is plainly a major bee in your bonnet, my attitude is simple: a country of 1.4 BILLION people and a 5,000-year-old history has earned the right to be an SMV wasteland if it so wishes, and there is not much point in wondering why or condemning them for the fact.

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    6. As far as the girl goes, you've done better, MUCH better.

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    7. I didn't say it is only about SMV. It is a composite of everything, including economic prosperity, cleanliness, whether the culture is 'fun' or not.

      India ranks at the bottom of most of those lists.

      "The SMV of Indians is of limited interest to me, "

      Well, until you get out of there (and it is my hope that you will), it IS directly relevant to you, simply on account of your surroundings. Any visit to Russia or EE is for one week out of the year at most, and is not cheap relative to whatever earnings capacity you have in India at present.

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    8. It is a composite of everything, including economic prosperity, cleanliness, whether the culture is 'fun' or not.

      India ranks at the bottom of most of those lists.


      No, it does not. All you have to do to prove this is to look at comparative rankings of different passports. India's is pretty terrible, but it is nowhere near the bottom.

      India is not a great place to be and I wouldn't wish an extended spell in India upon anyone. The sheer stupidity of the place imposes a massive tax upon the health, wealth, and mental energy of anyone who lives there.

      But there are worse places to be. Most, but not all, of them tend to be in Africa - though there are plenty of places in Central and South America, and parts of Central Asia, that are every bit as bad.

      Any visit to Russia or EE is for one week out of the year at most, and is not cheap relative to whatever earnings capacity you have in India at present.

      I go for quite a lot longer than a week. Thus far I've spent close to 6 months in total in Russia over the past 20 or so.

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    9. But there are worse places to be. Most, but not all, of them tend to be in Africa - though there are plenty of places in Central and South America, and parts of Central Asia, that are every bit as bad.

      So you are effectively agreeing with my list.

      Thus far I've spent close to 6 months in total in Russia over the past 20 or so.

      OK, about 30% or so.

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    10. So you are effectively agreeing with my list.

      No. Read my last comment again. There are places in Central and South America, Africa, and Central Asia, that are WORSE than India. Not all of them are war-torn crapholes, they simply aren't very nice places to be in general. India has a lot wrong with it, but it's still better than a lot of places I can think of - including Los Angeles, which has effectively been reduced to Calcutta levels of street sanitation.

      Hell, I'd include Hackney in London on the list of places that I would rather not be compared to, say, Banjara Hills in Hyderabad.

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    11. No. Read my last comment again.

      I did. And my list overlaps with yours almost completely.,

      I included :

      i) Sub-Saharan Africa.
      ii) Any place with a high murder rate (i.e. Central America, non-white parts of Brazil, etc.).
      iii) You said 'Central Asia'. Afghanistan is certainly worse than South Asia (some would say it is part of it). But non-war-torn parts of Central Asia (such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, etc.) are definitely better than India.

      Hell, I even threw in North Korea for good measure (i.e. as worse than India).

      It is not that hard to match two lists together.

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      You cannot compare the worst parts of Los Angeles or London to the best parts of an Indian city like Hyderabad. Come on, you know better than that. Only averages count, and must be applied consistency.

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    12. non-war-torn parts of Central Asia (such as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, etc.) are definitely better than India

      I know people from those parts of the world. It's not better. Parts of them are worse, and by some distance.

      You cannot compare the worst parts of Los Angeles or London to the best parts of an Indian city like Hyderabad

      I didn't. I compared the worst parts of LA to Calcutta. And Hackney is not merely worse than Banjara Hills, it is worse than most of Hyderabad, and much of Calcutta as well.

      San Francisco, Portland, and New York F***ing City are getting to the same point as large parts of Calcutta thanks to their refusal to deal with basic street sanitation.

      Now, as for the tenor and tone of your comments in general:

      Look, Johnny, I get it. We all get it. You don't like India and you don't much care for Indians or their women. Fine. Your monomaniacal obsession with the subject, however, is tiresome.

      Not one of my other commenters in the thousands of comments on this blog has ever been so blinkered about one subject. You've made your point repeatedly about the low SMV/MMV of both Indian men and women. I don't defend the subjects of your views, nor do I care much for those same subjects. Things are the way they are.

      Either find a new dead horse to flog around here, or, better yet, learn not to go into an obsessive spiral. If you must continue to sperg about how horrid life is in India, start your own blog and do it there. My patience for such things has run out.

      Any future comments from you on Friday T&A posts, or any other posts, going over the same old trope about how ugly Indian women are, will simply be deleted without publishing. This is not because I defend Indian women. But I don't like listening to broken records either.

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    13. Not one of my other commenters

      Well, you have like two commenters, from what I have seen. I am effectively 50% of your commenters on the Friday T&A posts.

      You don't like India and you don't much care for Indians or their women. Fine.

      I have actually praised you a few times, and have repeatedly said that I actually want you to get out of India (even though that is long odds at this point). This is in stark contrast with a place like Unz.com or any PUA blog, where you would get extremely negative treatment no matter how much you insist you are different from other Indians.

      You don't realize how good you have it with me.

      This is not because I defend Indian women. But I don't like listening to broken records either.

      Actually, I have never asked the same question twice, after an answer has been received. It is not a 'sperg' thing, but rather you are the only Indian (out of their vast numbers) who is partially red-pill about India. You can't possibly expect not to receive questions, when you are the only fair-minded Indian amongst a million IRTs. That is, unless you prefer that we learn about India from Matt Forney, SingleDudeTravel, and Unz.com.

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    14. Your "questions" are always on the same theme: why are Indian men such blue-pill Beta cucks, and why are Indian women so ugly. It's the same thing, over and over again.

      Get over it. India is what it is, and 1.4 billion of them aren't going to change anytime soon.

      I told you very clearly above that constantly harping on about the same topic is not a good way to comment here. Either heed the warning, or go somewhere else.

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