Mothers Day Special: The Worst Mothers in History Vol. 4

Hey, hey, hey. Another Mother’s Day has come around and another of our tributes to the worst Mothers in History. As we’ve gone again, and again, and again, and again, in order to combat the wave of diabetic inducing sweetness that will be pouring over us soon enough. As preventative medicine, I suggest you read … More Mothers Day Special: The Worst Mothers in History Vol. 4

My Honeymoon

Well I did it. I tied the knot. Left the MGTOW world behind and settled down as a responsible man, full of determination and seriousness. And after a healthy dose of breaking my back as a good provider and new devotee to the Protestant Work Ethic, I will be able to retire in several decades … More My Honeymoon

Florentine Codex: Midwife Adresses the Woman WHo Has Died in Childbirth

This collection of texts was originally called The General History of the Things of New Spain (it loses something in the translation), but is now mostly referred to as the Florintine Codex. This is a series of books produced over thirty years by Franciscan friar Bernardino de Sahagún, who worked with the surviving Aztec elders … More Florentine Codex: Midwife Adresses the Woman WHo Has Died in Childbirth

Accidental Eunich Creation Observed by Amerigo Vespucci – 1504

As we all know, or should all know, or if you don’t know you’re an ignorant twat that needs to retake the fifth grade, the continents of North and South America were named after the Italian explorer, Amerigo Vespucci. The reason why, the two landmasses were named after him and not Columbus was in the … More Accidental Eunich Creation Observed by Amerigo Vespucci – 1504