Thanks For All The Dumb People in Comments

Over the last days, given my activities, I have had tons of comments. None got through, except those known to The Club.

So you haven’t seen them. Unlike folks like Dr. Michael Eades and jimmy moore, I have never, ever not put through or deleted a comment that was on the science, no matter how it may disagree. Never, not once, and there are replete examples of the former doing that.

Rather, I have what’s called 1st comment moderation. Think of it as going up to the doorman of a popular nightclub. How do you behave? I’d guess better than you actually have to, all the time, once you get in.

Here’s how stupid the people who hang out at Grace’s and Who’s blog are. They give me one line insults. They don’t even exercise any effort beyond writing a single sentence. It’s like saying to the doorman, “just let me in, you ugly stupid cunt!”

But, lots who read Grace and Who, and begin to do so sycophantically, are fucktards. They don’t even know that little bit much. That to get in here and then have a little dispensation in comments, including being able to tell me I’m fucked up, you have to get in the door first. It would be pretty stupid of me to just let anyone in…and another way to think of it is that once you’re in, you aren’t burdened by what stranger fucktards do. I keep them out so you can be real.

Have fun and be careful and thoughtful out there. I’m going to see The Exodus tonight, because I hear tell it’s written by an atheist and doG is portrayed as a spoiled little cunt-brat, like me. About time we had a The Ten Commandments remake, though I did love the film as a kid. Thing is, I’m not omnipotent, so can’t harm you…and more importantly, all those people you suck up to can’t make you believe I can hurt you, cunty as I may be…

In other news, I saw (Bea and I do movies come Holiday season) The Theory of Everything Saturday, Foxcatcher last night. I predicted McConauhey would get best actor for Dallas Buyer’s Club last year. This year, gonna be competition between Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking (must see), and Steve Carell as John DuPont. I think Steve edges out. I looked for a single sign of That Steve Carell all the fucking film. It’s almost a distraction, but that cannot be his fault. Go Steve. I’ve never been a particular fan, but I know fucking hard work applied to a talent when I see it.

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  1. steve+W on December 15, 2014 at 21:13

    Woo is ef’ing hot. 8 out of 10 hot chicks are cra-zee. Too bad…

    • rob on December 16, 2014 at 04:33

      She seems to have a schoolgirl crush on Richard.

  2. Jess on December 15, 2014 at 22:49

    Feeding the trolls. Stop, unless of course you like the banter. I do, it is entertaining. :)

    I like, loathe, and tolerate you almost at the same time. But I keep checking in, so it’s my own fault/choice. But, geez, lately you’ve been a bit of a pussy.

    • Richard Nikoley on December 16, 2014 at 05:09

      Not sure what you mean since I just wrote a post about not feeding the trolls. Nobody ever saw the comments.

      Moreover, I figured if they actually understood how I operate, they wouldn’t bother anymore. Perhaps it worked, as there was only one post in the 1st comment mod queue this morning, and it was a straight up question on another post.

  3. Russell on December 16, 2014 at 05:34

    I honestly think that’s just Grace behind different aliases posting comments in here.
    And Richard, I know you are happy with your wife and that’s great, but this Grace lady is so ugly, she looks like an orangutan lol, you guys in America are selling yourselves short… you should REALLY come to Argentina to see actual pretty women. That woman would be considered downright ugly and a hysterical mess over here in Buenos Aires.

    And man, keep up the good work, there are thousands of people who don’t ever post a comment and benefit themselves and their families greatly from all the advice and calling out on other people’s bullshit that is an essential part of this blog.

    • Richard Nikoley on December 16, 2014 at 06:32

      Hey Russell

      Everyone entitled to their tastes. I wouldn’t want anyone to think that what I do or don’t think in terms of her appearance has anything to do with this, because it doesn’t.

      Thanks for the encouragement. Not going anywhere and I’m well aware that the comment numbers are not the stats. I think sometimes you get more comments on worse posts—as though people feel sorry for you, so help out in comments. :)

    • Russell on December 16, 2014 at 09:45

      You know what? I don’t usually talk about women like that, in fact, I never do. It was kind of a Nikoley rant that came out up there haha but I’m not sorry. It doesn’t have that much to do with her looks actually, but there is something really malicious about her attitude that makes her just an ugly person imho.
      She is misleading people on purpose, and that is something I cannot stand.
      A lot of people would think that by now the message is clear and widely spread about the benefits of RS or PS… but I think it isn’t, and on comments you can begin to see the fear of even EXPERIMENTING with PS.
      It’s this constant subliminal demonising of anything related to PS, it’s like “Richard Nikoley” equals “Potato Starch” in her mind, so lets treat the whole topic as if it was something personal against potatoes/PS, if that makes sense. The whole point of these prebiotic additions to our diet was to experiment, to mix things up… nobody ever advocated having 6 TBS of PS daily after antibiotics, an unhealthy diet and with no other fiber whatsoever.

      Quote from her blog:
      “RPS – ‘cheap and easy’ way to gain a gerbil gut that lacks the gut species that make us uniquely human, smart and huge fat-burning machines.”
      Wow, if you replace “RPS” with “Cipro” the sentence would make sense, but otherwise it’s just nonsense.
      There are so many things that we ignore about the whole picture (and a big margin of error in the tests) that we must speculate greatly, the only certain approach should be the study of other healthy cultures and their traditions.

      To wrap up, I should better quote Montaigne:
      “Many persons after once they become learned, cease to be good; all other knowledge is hurtful to him who has not the science of honesty and good nature”

      This blog is cool because it’s honesty in your face. And I’m done with the praise, but somebody had to say it. Cheers!

  4. Bret on December 16, 2014 at 12:15

    Speaking of McConaughey, I just saw Interstellar and thought it was pretty stupid. The following statement may inflame scientist passions, but…

    I think the space-time continuum is bullshit.

    I don’t understand how velocity can somehow alter the passage of time. Every explanation I have ever heard is talking about how much time watches record or how things look from a distance. Granted, those explanations were given by laymen such as myself, but they can easily be explained away by force/acceleration-induced interference of watch gears and visual illusions, respectively.

    I am not without a somewhat open mind, however. If anyone has a neat way to explain to me how I am in fact the one full of shit, or a link thereto, I would be delighted. :-)

    • Richard Nikoley on December 16, 2014 at 12:18

      Bret, it was more simple for me than that.

      I came away from Interstellar thinking: you can’t remake 2001.

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