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Jordan Peterson Interrogated by Helen Lewis | British GQ [YouTube video]

1 hr 42 mins – Published Oct 30, 2018

Jordan speaks with an EXTREMELY ideologically driven woman. She epitomizes everything a conservative is against. Hard-core feminist. Anti-capitalist. Above all she hates the patriarchy.

Excerpt

(talking about the over-liberalization of college and universities nowadays)

[Jordan] Twenty-year-olds don’t have that much power, but they’re not twenty forever. Ten years later they’re thirty. Twenty years later they’re forty. And whatever happens in the university happens everywhere five years later.

[Helen] And very, very sadly for people in my politics—left-wing politics—what happens to people as they get older is that traditionally they got more conservative.

YouTube Comments

To talk sensible to a fool with precise consistency is a great achievement. Well done Jordan Peterson. – Jaron Lines

He mastered the art of raising his voice without ever raising his voice… Simply Beautiful. – D.T Nash

This video is mentioned in Femsplainers video.

Jordan Peterson on Femsplainers Podcast [YouTube video]

1½ hours – Published Dec 21, 2018

Dr. Jordan Peterson with Christina Hoff Sommers and Danielle Crittenden on the podcast Femsplainers at an AEI studio in front of a live audience. Discusses his youth and meeting his future wife in the 3rd grade. How partners make a relationship. The equality of men and women in the workplace, society, and the job choices they make. The pill and the sexual revolution. Dating of today’s young people–how devices make partner choices easier, less meaningful and more harmful. Modern parenting and raising children–preparing your child to be a nice person by the age of 4.

Here is the British GQ interview mentioned in the video.

Thor Bjornth / Dr. Jordan B Peterson: Iceland’s Channel 2 [YouTube]

Thor Bjornth/Dr. Jordan B Peterson: Iceland’s Channel 2 (26½ minutes)

The Untold Story of Silk Road

The Rise & Fall of Silk Road ◇ part I➚ ~9,730 words ◇ part II➚ ~11,110 words

How a 29-year-old idealist built a global drug bazaar and became a murderous kingpin.

Joshuah Bearman ※ wired.com ※ May 2015 issue

Fix Yourself [YouTube / PragerU]

by Jordan Peterson – 5 minues long

Blaming others for your problems is a complete waste of time. When you do that, you don’t learn anything.

Published: Jan 29, 2018 by Prager University ◇ prageru.com

 

Movies & Shows – My Ratings for Watched in 2017

Movies or TV shows I watched or rewatched in 2017. Ordered in approximate chronological order seen in the year. Stars (⭐️) indicate exceptional.

Hope you find something new in the ones I liked.

Movies – Liked

 

TV Shows – Liked

 

Movies – Okay/Neutral

 

TV Shows – Okay/Neutral

 

Movies – Disliked

 

TV Shows – Disliked

 

‘I Forgot My PIN’: An Epic Tale of Losing $30,000 in Bitcoin

‘I Forgot My PIN’: An Epic Tale of Losing $30,000 in Bitcoin ◇ ~6,300 words ◇ A veteran tech journalist tries everything, including hypnosis, to recover a small fortune from a locked bitcoin device.

Mark Frauenfelder ※ Wired ※ wired.com ※ October 19, 2017

How a Dorm Room Minecraft Scam Brought Down the Internet

How a Dorm Room Minecraft Scam Brought Down the Internet ◇ ~5,800 words ◇ The most dramatic cybersecurity story of 2016 came to a quiet conclusion Friday in an Anchorage courtroom, as three young American computer savants pleaded guilty to masterminding an unprecedented botnet—powered by unsecured internet-of-things devices like security cameras and wireless routers—that unleashed sweeping attacks on key internet services around the globe last fall. What drove them wasn’t anarchist politics or shadowy ties to a nation-state. It was Minecraft.

Garrett M. Graff ※ Wired ※ wired.com ※ December 13, 2017

Millions Are Hounded for Debt They Don’t Owe. One Victim Fought Back, With a Vengeance

Millions Are Hounded for Debt They Don’t Owe. One Victim Fought Back, With a Vengeance ◇ ~4,100 words ◇ Andrew Therrien wanted payback. He got it—and uncovered a conspiracy.

On the morning a debt collector threatened to rape his wife, Andrew Therrien was working from home, in a house with green shutters on a cul-de-sac in a small Rhode Island town.

Somewhere—at the top of a ladder of dirty debt collectors that Therrien would spend the next two years relentlessly climbing—a man named Joel Tucker had no idea what was coming.

 

Zeke Faux ※ Bloomberg Businessweek ※ bloomberg.com ※ December 6, 2017

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