New: Mathematical Super Genius Rips ‘White Girl Bleed a Lot’

December 31, 2013 — 6 Comments

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Mathematical Super Genius Rips ‘White Girl Bleed a Lot’

I cannot, in good conscience, hide this kind of Super Genius from the world.

So here are a few emails from the now-discovered mathematical Super Genius of America, a gentleman by the name of  Colin Delany, hailing from [email protected] :

 

wylie coyote card Super Genius: “Please keep me on this list so that I might be reminded of what willful ignorance looks like. Most enlightening. You realize, of course, that in a country of 325 million people, you can find anecdotal evidence for almost anything you want to believe. Particularly when you’re hungry to believe.”

Me: “how about when the “anecdotes” number over a thousand and are wildly out of proportion?”

I forgot to add the part about how many are on video. Would not have made any difference to a creature of such plainly superior Super Intellect:

Super Genius: “Look, no act of violence is good. Period. I would never defend anyone doing horrible things. But an “epidemic” actually means something – what I see are isolated instances of people doing something awful & for terrible reasons.

“Kinda like the handful of times guys in my high school who occasionally beat up someone for being “gay” (I.e. different). An epidemic would be more like, say, millions (millions!) of women beaten by husbands/boyfriends etc.

wylie coyote burnt“Every year. In this country, What you’re doing is firing gullible people up who can’t do math and realize the difference between a rare-but-awful thing and….something that might actually happen to them.”

Me: I’ll notify Thomas Sowell. He’s just as dumb as I am. I think I’ll go have a cup of coffee in my new beverage container:

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Colin Flaherty

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Colin Flaherty is the author of #1 Amazon Best Selling Book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it. He is an award winning journalist whose work has been published in over 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and others. He is a frequent guest in local and national media talking about racial violence. Thomas Sowell said ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.
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Brenda Stines Mills says:

mr. delany is obviously a liberal…..facts scare him….like MOST libs he will go into a debate with nothing… no facts, no evidence, no numbers,,,, spew nonsense & rage in confusion as his point of view withers on the vine……fight the good fight, Colin…..

menckenlite says:

Saying inconvenient facts, evidence is “anecdotal” is a pattern used even by MA Gov. Deval Patrick (Harvard College, and Harvard Law School), BFF of Barack Obama.
http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/howie_carr/2013/07/carr_gov_deval_patrick_snubs_then_touts_ebt_probe

Jack Laurie says:

Whew, Mr. Delany is also super ignorant!

Kamlhj says:

Mr. Delany”s arguments are questional at best since he fails to show the mathematics behind it. Mr. Flaherty has the proof and makes it available for all to read.

DavidSNESGAMER says:

lol that he starts his letter with “Look,”. You know somebody’s a blowhard when they start things saying, “Look, I want to sound dramatic and in charge, but don’t have actual info or data to share, so my dominance is all phony.”

I love the attempt to call things “anecdotal”. There’s another word for “anecdotal” in this context: “Facts”.

No, we don’t think you won an argument by ignoring facts, self-proclaimed genius.

Terence Sommer says:

Genius will perhaps have a wake-up call as our friend Mark Andrews had one day. But the illness that some of these people have is stagering, meaning that he will do a Widstrand on us.