The Big Five is the way most psychologists test personality. See your score on different traits like extraversion and agreeableness and then find how your personality compares with that of the average American.
Popular video game should prevail in lawsuit over its depiction of the infamous detective agency.
Robby Soave"The notion that Pinkerton can somehow prevent entertainment use of its historical behavior is offensive and ridiculous," @Popehat told @reason. "Also, the Pinkertons were armed thugs for decades."
"Toxic masculinity" is sometimes a scapegoat for the left, but this particular commercial makes no grand anti-male claims.
Robby SoaveAnd thus, with respect, I must disagree with @benshapiro@NRO, who said the ad was "kowtowing to leftist priorities." Is "don't bully people" a leftist priority? Why would a conservative want to portray it like that?
Robby SoaveI'm guessing the majority of my followers disagree with this, but anyway... I do not think the Gillette ad is remotely bad or offensive. It asks men who hurt others to stop. Very mild and unobjectionable stuff!
Robby Soave@DavidAFrench This one is perhaps more obviously obnoxious. I do not sure your frustration with the Gillette ad, though.
If the left is going to insist that only the most consistent enemies of bigotry are welcome in their ranks, one might expect some consistency.
Robby SoaveTamika Mallory's failure to condemn Farrakhan has derailed the Women's March and exposed the hollowness of intersectionality, which for some reason does not consider Jews to be a marginalized category
Robby SoaveYou may be surprised that Women's March leadership is having a difficult time disassociating itself from anti-Semitism. I am not. The campus left, in particular, has long had a weird proximity to this kind of kookiness.
Robby SoaveMy latest: @MeghanMcCain was right to call out Tamika Mallory, and the Women's March leader's inability to condemn Farrakhan is indicative of a larger problem that has torn the movement apart
The anti-development crowd has weaponized D.C.'s historic preservation process. A Safeway wants the city to rule that nothing important happened there.
Robby SoaveDC-are Safeway applies to be considered an *un*-historical landmark to avoid obnoxious regs. "The store does not embody design significant to the development of the grocery store... it's simple rectangular form is undistinguished." reason.com/blog/2019/01/1… via @EricBoehm87
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