I’ve been doing my best to avoid anything much from him. I only pay enough attention to argue with his followers occasionally. He’s over his head, been over his head for a while, and has too many yes men around. Intoxication of success. I find him annoying because he steps all over my territory. The mythology stuff. Fascination with DNA. Lightweight religious connection – nothing too pervasive. But how he ties it together is simply all wrong it’s not always apparent but this is one of those clear-cut cases where it’s showing.

I’ve been doing my best to avoid anything much from him. I only pay enough attention to argue with his followers occasionally. He’s over his head, been over his head for a while, and has too many yes men around. Intoxication of success.

I find him annoying because he steps all over my territory. The mythology stuff. Fascination with DNA. Lightweight religious connection – nothing too pervasive. But how he ties it together is simply all wrong it’s not always apparent but this is one of those clear-cut cases where it’s showing.

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That’s what it is. Disappointing. Like this self-help book he did. From what I can tell, it’s a basic AA-style “clean up yourself before tackling anything else” stuff. Every generation has a few authors or speakers that do this sort of thing. You get your Tony Robbins and whatnot every few years.

But for him it’s just a vague shell for his political views. So it sucks in the poor saps who NEED a daddy figure to say “Hey buddy, go clean yourself up, will ya? You got nobility in you that you don’t even know / child of God” stuff – which is alright but then it’s just a “aw, these darn kids today with their 100 genders amirite?” without the Netflix laughtrack.

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