The Link Site to End All Link Sites

Aggregate sites don’t get a lot of attention in their own right.  So, let’s take a moment to recognise the most comprehensive one of all:

Mapping the Dark Enlightenment

This is the site where you will find many, many links of interest to open minded people who are looking for unconventional views that challenge the status quo.  It links everyone: futurists, monarchists and even other aggregators.

That should keep you busy for a while.

The Word From The Dark Side – November 6th, 2015

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Image socialized from blog.gaijinpot.com

A regular collection of obscure news and outlandish opinion.

Every time Delicious Tacos doesn’t post for a couple of weeks I assume he’s dead, but he always seems to bounce back.  Anyway, here’s a classic post to bide us over.

Update: he’s back with a characteristically cheerful post.  And there’s another.

That has put me in the mood.  Join me, dear reader, for a jaunt past the neat lawns and freshly-painted weatherboard bungalows of Memory Lane.  We’ll hold hands until they get sweaty.  You’ll let go and I’ll think it’s because you don’t like me.

Over at Kid Strangelove, the enlightenment of having once been a sexless nerd.  Bonus: The ‘I didn’t rape you text.’

Classic Roissy: The number one dead giveaway that your wife is about to cheat.

Vintage Rollo: War Brides.  This knocked me for six the first time I read it.

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The Word From the Dark Side – October 24th, 2015

A regular collection of obscure news and outlandish opinion.

Refugees refuse to be resettled in Papua New Guinea, despite it being a ‘land of opportunities.’  As long as you’re not a witch.  These articles act as appendices to Denunciation and White Man’s Burden.

How online dating deters average women from forming relationships.

Secrets of the Syrian War.  One of the best articles I’ve read on Read More

The Word From the Dark Side – October 17th, 2015

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Brigitte Bardot before she was a crazy old cat woman (Cannes, 1953).  The original Retronaut site seems to have gone so I had to link to this one.  This set of photos reminds me of Tender Is The Night.

A regular collection of obscure news and outlandish opinion.

Japanese couple file suit over six month remarriage ban for women.  Interesting legal view on the paternity of the child, too.

Police take at least one and a half hours to respond to bank robbery in Nigeria.  I wonder why?  Hint: the robbers took their merry time.

Australia and New Zealand to bury the hatchet?   Read More