The first episode of JBTV – live now!

21 Sep

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Oh lovely, thanks for the flattering shot, YouTube. Assholes.



Lots of love,



14 Responses to “The first episode of JBTV – live now!”

  1. epistemol September 22, 2014 at 00:52 #

    This is good, recommended – and very nicely presented as well, thank you JB!
    Janet doesn’t mention that men also predominate at the other end of the intelligence curve as well, the idiot end. This shews that there is a risk in going for gold. You might miss your target altogether and end up with nothing. Well that’s the nature of risk, nature of the beast, and I doubt it can be changed – goes with the territory etc. etc.
    However, not mentioning this leaves the way open for someone else to, and therefore attack and attempt to refute the central message.
    Let’s see if anyone does.
    Janet would probably defend by saying this aspect was not mentioned because it was not relevant to her point, and she’d be right to say that, it was not.
    And yes, I’d like to see more please.


  2. judgybitch September 22, 2014 at 01:17 #

    Actually that’s not true. The same diversity that allows for high intelligence protects against low. It’s the best evidence for the chromosomal diversity theory, in fact.


  3. insanitybytes22 September 22, 2014 at 01:48 #

    That was kind of fun, so thanks, I enjoyed it.


  4. Terry September 22, 2014 at 02:04 #

    JB, you can change the thumbnail of your youtube video. Google ‘youtube change video thumbnail’


  5. That_Susan September 22, 2014 at 15:19 #

    As far as your comparison between the genius teen boy and the genius teen girl, girls do tend to mature physically a bit faster than boys and thus to become interested in romantic relationships a lot earlier — plus, from comments I’ve read around the manosphere, the average heterosexual male prioritizes youth and beauty in a female ahead of raw intelligence.

    So it seems likely to me that a brilliant woman who’d like to find a partner early In her life, during the period when she’s the most fertile and sexually desirable, would probably be doing exactly what this girl is doing — making herself more beautiful. A man who spends his early adulthood devoting himself to science often finds that he’s even more desirable to women after he’s over thirty and has some accomplishments under his belt. But according to most men in the manosphere, men of all ages are a lot more interested in hot, young women than they are in women who are out saving the world.


  6. slacker September 22, 2014 at 16:50 #

    Wow the Judgy bitch is pretty hot, especially for a mother of three. Shit I just objectified her! Well I’m going to go castrate myself so I don’t accidentally reproduce and have sons that grow up to be eye rapists like me.


  7. LostSailor September 22, 2014 at 18:48 #

    Subscribed. good freshman effort. Glad you fixed the “looking away from the camera” thing in JBTV2. I don’t usually do videos, but may make an exception…

    Good luck with it!


  8. That_Susan September 22, 2014 at 19:40 #

    I noticed the same thing and almost commented about it in my first comment — but then I realized that I never comment on the appearance of male speakers. This makes me wonder, since I and I think most women I know enjoy having people compliment our appearance — do men enjoy it if people compliment their looks, too?


  9. slacker September 22, 2014 at 22:07 #

    I would say so. I mean who wouldn’t like to be told there good looking? Even a compliment from a woman that a guy has no interest in would still be a nice ego boost. The only scenario that I can imagine where a guy wouldn’t appreciate flattery or flirtation is maybe if it came from a gay man since there are still plenty of folks that treat gay people like shit. Personally if a guy asked me out I’d try to take it as a compliment since when you think about it being asked out is a pretty huge compliment.


  10. judgybitch September 22, 2014 at 22:12 #

    Slacker, that is so in line with how I feel. I take every comment as a compliment. How bitter do you have to be to define a man complimenting you, telling you that you look nice, as harassment?!?! Boggles my mind. I have NEVER had a man be rude or aggressive when his comment is met with a sincere “thanks”.


  11. The Real Peterman September 23, 2014 at 00:01 #

    You’re looking good, Slacker.


  12. slacker September 23, 2014 at 04:13 #

    Are you asking me out? 😉


  13. Jim September 26, 2014 at 19:35 #

    Your husband must love you to death. 🙂



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