It’s labor day here in the US, which is basically a day to relax. So I thought I’d share some videos of perhaps the most relaxed animal in the world: the mighty capybara!
We’re preempting this week’s regular Week in Woke (which looked like it was going to be somewhat boring anyway) so we can bring you this SPECIAL REPORT on capybaras taking over an Argentinian gated community that by rights should be theirs.
Hey, so I’m working on a piece about the Plymouth shooter, and it’s taking a bit longer than expected.
So in the meantime, here’s an assortment of capybara gifs. The theme today is “scratchies.”
Scratchies and … vicious bird attacks!
Sometimes reading manosphere stuff turns my brains to mush. So let’s take a little break, with the assistance of a bunch of capybaras. Also this is an open thread.
Some commenters were asking for an open thread, so here you go! No trolls.
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The 3d Quarter We Hunted the Mammoth pledge drive came to a successful conclusion on Friday, and I just wanted to offer you all some giant-rodent-sized THANKS for all of your support!
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Trouble in paradise! Just days before the opening of The Red Pill, the apparently quite awful Men’s Rights documentary, one of the film’s biggest backers is mocking Men’s Rights Activists as a bunch of sad men “who clearly need to improve their lives by going to the gym.”
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The reviews are in! Well, technically speaking, a review is in.
The Village Voice’s Alan Scherstuhl has posted his review of Cassie Jaye’s The Red Pill, her totally objective documentary about the Men’s Rights Movement that was funded in part by some of the people featured in it and that will be opening in
theaters a theater Friday