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Savage Hippie Episode 18 B – Jim Goad: There Are No Good Guys!


On what is probably my favourite episode of this ‘cast, the Savage Hippie crew discuss moralism and its discontents with Jim Goad. (Catch 18A here.)


What perfect timing to get blocked from Facebook for three days!  What was my crime?  I hurt a woman’s vanity.  What happened was, after I saw another of a gazillion posts attacking Trump and our alleged “rape culture” come through my Facebook feed and seeing as this was meant for everyone to comment and give their two cents, I posted, “there is no rape culture”; which there isn’t, but there will be if Clinton gets elected allows the United States to import 100,000 Syrian “refugees.”  Hell, look what’s happened to Sweden!

Some woman with enormous breasts, but unfortunately enormous everything else, responded by saying, “I would be scared to run into you in a dark ally.”  In other words, she called me a rapist.  To this I said something to the effect of, “even though you are pretty busty, you otherwise have NOTHING to worry about”, and she reported me to the Facebook police, who deemed my comment inappropriate.  Think about that; she reported me for telling her that I, nor anyone, would ever rape her.  She was upset because someone said she isn’t attractive enough to be raped.

Anyway, if you didn’t already, I would suggests listening to Episode 18 A, the first part of our nearly three hour conversation that David, Ann and I had with Jim Goad, before this one.  However, if you prefer watching the sequel before the original, we get really heavy into what constitutes morality, if there is any in the first place and how morality is simply contingent on who is the judge of it.  I really felt like a fly on the wall listening to David and Jim talk about how they got railroaded by people who were virtue signalling their so called moral righteousness, but were really just acting out of malice.

Oh, and David and Ann belittle me a lot.

The closing is once again “The Diet Has Failed” by the Yesticles, and the artwork that was recycled from Episode 18 A is from Clayton V.

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