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How to Judge People by What They Look Like

Welcome to the new Male Defender MOLON LABE podcast where we are discussing the book, How to Judge People by What They Look Like, by Edward Dutton.

It’s a spendid work and very politically incorrect. I’ve always agreed with this premise. If you want to hire a hard worker then you should not hire someone who looks like it’s a challenge for them to wake up every day. Right? Of course. Only it’s not progressive to think so.

According to wikipedia,

Edward “Ed” Dutton (born 30 October 1980 in London, England) is an English anthropologist who teaches at the University of Oulu in Finland as a docent, or adjunct professor. He is known for his work on human intelligence, such as a study he co-authored with Richard Lynn concluding that physical scientists are more intelligent than social scientists. He has also studied the average IQ in Finland, and the apparent discrepancy between Finland’s high average IQ and its relative lack of Nobel Prize-winning scientists.

I really enjoyed this very short book and encourage you to check it out.

Opening song, Tex Ritter “The Ballad of High Noon.”

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4 Comments

  1. Al Mo
    Posted June 28, 2018 at 1:41 pm | Permalink

    High noon! You recommended it a long time ago. I own it on blu ray.

    • Posted July 30, 2018 at 2:59 pm | Permalink

      One of the greatest movies ever. You are lucky to own it.
      It’s the perfect embodiment of the sentiment, “If not me, who? If not now, when?”

  2. Cozmickid
    Posted June 28, 2018 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    Good stuff here Bern.

  3. Justin
    Posted July 3, 2018 at 4:43 pm | Permalink

    At this point, who can’t recognize a feminist at first glance?

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