Is Stefan Molyneux a spook?
Should I? How insecure a career path is academia in general? How easy would it be for a woman to balance raising future children out with being a historian? Any historians here to offer advice? thanks!
Why are there so many women at colleges these days?
Why is the pay gap a big deal when men's salaries have been falling at a similar rate to the one at which women's salaries have been increasing, if we look at the past 20 years?
Tbqh 90% of my female classmates have been wannabe demagogues.
The pay gap is a big deal because it is a political tool to smash over people's heads. If you deny it matters or dispute its authenticity, you're a sexist. If you're not actively fighting for change you are probably a sexist too. In the eyes of the activists, I mean.
As for OP, the woman thing won't be an issue, almost every university you can think of will go out of their way to support maternity leave, and be as pro-woman as possible.
But it will be on you ultimately to make sure you can balance child-rearing and study and work. Some universities have day-cares, suitable family accommodation to rent, and are willing to be as understanding as they can be, but you still have to pay the fees and pass and shit.
Daily Orthodox General
Call or email your local parish priest, tell him that you're interested in Orthodox with a possible goal of conversion. He'll probably arrange a meetup, and you guys can take it from there.
It's not like Catholicism where you go to RCIA classes. The spiritual Elder is considered to be of critical importance in the Orthodox Church, so most of the lessons will probably be one is on one.
I been thinking about converting. Recently with the new pope and reading up on Orthodoxy I feel like I am drifting away from the catholic church due to the new pope. I do however feel like I would be betraying my heritage by doing this, as my ancestors died for catholicism.
Pic almost related yet unrelated.
>yfw you realise truth is unobtainable
How did shirts and pants (and dress variations thereof) become the only proper menswear?
Clothing like pic related has the following advantages over shirt and pants I can think of:
-objectively more comfortable
-easier to produce
-one size fits most
-comfortable for 3 seasons
-Good leg coverage for walking in brush
-Gives good sun protection, and is cooler than long pants and long sleeve shirt
The only significant disadvantages that I can think of is:
-Could get stuck in heavy machinery
"He saved Chile from leftist degeneracy!"
>state sponsored bestiality increases exponentially
why the hell do alt right retards think he was actually good? why the hell did we install this douche in the first place?
Could anyone tell me where this is from please?
From Yamamoto Takato
>Is the era of tank warfare over/is the tank becoming obsolete?
>Will we ever see tank battles with mutiple tanks faces off against each other again?
>What is your favorite tank battle in history?
>What are your favorite tank(s) in history?
>Who are the coolest or your favorite "tank aces" in history?
>Do you have any suggested books or films concerning tank warfare that are worth...
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>What are your favorite tank(s) in history?
France's S35, it was always a nice little tank I can appreciate & I'd like to say the Tiger II even though it was a mess to fix if it were to break down on the field.
Well to be fair there haven't been any HUGE protracted armor battles since WW2.
Even in desert storm the Iraqis got their shit kicked by waves of TOWs from Apaches even before they met one American tank.
Tanks won't go away, they'll just be unmanned and probably lighter armored. Land mobile drones.
If life is inherently meaningless; and if it's all I can do to find a comfortable rut and distract myself with the pursuit of meaningless knowledge; with someone who I've convince myself I love because I wanted to fuck them twenty years ago, which I've convinced myself constitutes love or with alcohol and other drugs and wait to die, does that mean I can never be better than an alcoholic or a jakey? And if so, what point is there in continuing to live?
Why didn't the Austrians give a shot at colonialism?
Can we all agree that nations/nationalism/patriotism has no inherent value beyond the ideals and agreements that they serve to protect and uphold?
I did this threat before and I got a lot of nice posters, so I figure I'd do this again.
I'm a graduate history student and my particular field is, broadly speaking, American intervention in Southeast Asia between 1945 and 1975. I can try to answer any questions you have about American involvement in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Just keep in mind that I don't know as much about Southeast Asian communist movements as I would like, but I do know a little.
I can also suggest books and authors if you want a summer reading list.
Was life in the USSR really AS BAD as it's portrayed in the west? My mom keep insisting that all things considered, people generally lived happier and more fulfilling/satisfying lives under socialist rule, at least in the urban regions.
>Was life in the USSR really AS BAD as it's portrayed in the west?
>My mom keep insisting that all things considered, people generally lived happier and more fulfilling/satisfying lives under socialist rule, at least in the urban regions.
Unfortunately, your mother has bought into either Stalin's propaganda or leftist revisionism. How old is she?
Firstly, clarify how "AS BAD" you are talking about.
Secondly, USSR was a very diverse country when it came to quality of life. Baltic republics were good, Moscow was good, republican capitals were okay but shit like small towns in central Russia was stuff of nightmares, as far as I know.
Who comes close to Aquinas in brilliance? He awes me with his sheer intelligence. He seems to understand everything.
>Germans actually believed this
Also any crazy propaganda maps you have are welcomed