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Why have I not been posting?

It’s a question some of y’all have probably been asking. The answer is that I HAVE been posting, but not to this blog. I’ve decided that I should do for the rest of my past travels what I did for … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Cuckservatives | American Renaissance

I’m too busy working and enjoying our fabulous (and hot) summer to post my own material right now. Instead, I’ll repost a beautiful article by Jared Taylor: Dear Cuckservative, You are not alone. Like you, Erick Erickson at, Matt … Continue reading

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She’ll Be Comin Round the Mountain When She Comes

Originally posted on The Kakistocracy:
The duration an elephant can balance on a teeter-totter is finite. That has always been my thought observing the friction between racist! and the law. Something uniformly accepted as the summit of wickedness isn’t forever…

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Odds and ends from Ethiopia

Here are some odds and ends, mostly photos, from Ethiopia that I think are worth sharing, but got left out before. Another crashed truck. Yes, I actually have a collection of crashed truck photos. Somebody could just drive around (as … Continue reading

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The Dorze tribe of Omo Valley

In all the excitement over the more famous tribes of Omo Valley (the Hamer and the Mursi), one tribe fell through the cracks and was left out: The Dorze. To all you Dorze reading this blog, I extend my sincere … Continue reading

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The stelae of Tiya, Lake Abijata and the Rift Valley

Almost as soon as I got off the plane, in Addis Ababa, ETT had me embark on a two-day trip to Awasa (also spelled Hawasa) by car. Due to the long flight, I was already very tired, but if I … Continue reading

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Bahir Dar and Lake Tana, source of the Blue Nile

Ethiopia is landlocked, but Lake Tana is large enough to be considered, by locals, a sea in its own right. Hence the name of the city that adjoins it: “Bahir Dar.” “Bahr” means “sea” in Arabic, and “dar” means “dwelling.” … Continue reading

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