The Potpourri

I tend to snip and save charts, graphs, and tables and save them to my photo library. I created this topic to share a few of them here. No theme and, unfortunately, often little context or sourcing. No warranty expressed or implied.

Seen on X.com, illustrating the concept of “luxury beliefs” and the well-known fact that communism is a belief system of, by, and for the elites.

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Without mentally ill females could the Democratic Party even exist?

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It is clear from this chart that:
a) unmarried democrat men have better reproductive opportunities; and
b) unmarried republican men have higher selection pressures, so this cohort may be growing more competent long-term
:laughing:

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Selection pressures – as in: I don’t want anything to do with a woman who has been processed through US higher education – so do I look for a bride in the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Russia, Brazil, Colombia? That is a tough selection pressure. :grinning:

Silly question, anyway. The answer is Colombia.

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Nah, that won’t work. They’ll just be informed by the TV, radio, Internet and other women and before long it’s like they were living in the US their whole lives.

I refer you to Eddie Murphy’s 1987 comedy album, “Raw”, and the “Half” routine.

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Meant to include this one in the above post. The width of the distributions are suspiciously narrow.

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It is clear from this chart that:
a) unmarried democrat men have better reproductive opportunities; and
b) unmarried republican men have higher selection pressures, so this cohort may be growing more competent long-term

(a) may be true but but Democrat men have to deal with a lot of mental illness. Worth it? I say no.

Regarding (b): The obvious gap is between married and unmarried women. So do sensible women marry sensible men, or do they become more sensible as a consequence of marriage? I know the Democrat women would say the gap is evidence of The Patriarchy [TM]. But they are mentally ill so who cares what they think?

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Silly question, anyway. The answer is Colombia.

40 years ago, the answer was Taiwan. For me, anyway.

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Unmarried women are killing everything

These are great charts you have shared!

The entire thread

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“Oops,” said Hubbert, maybe.

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