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Ha,"but I worked hard"...Ya, ok, and that's my point that it takes certain traits such as hardwork and the ability to disagree and think independently to rise to the top...nothing about gender buddy, just traits. And then she tried to spin that around to changing the rules to get to the top...yes, because that should be the solution. If it's too difficult to get there you might as well lower the bar so EVERYONE can do it, what an ideal society that would be.I like how he tried to use her as an example of success.... She changed the topic real quick.
Great interview. Thank you for sharing. He's pointed out some very interesting things that I hadn't really considered.All I can say is that this is one of the most incredible, professional, technical take-downs of a hardcore moronic leftist I have ever seen. And he knows exactly what he is talking about.
It's long, and savor every minute.
Dig in to his youtube channel and website (just google him). It's well worth the time, the guy has a great mind and an incredible understanding of human beings.And savor I did! Thanks for sharing this. Not sure what rock I am living under, but I had never heard of Jordan Peterson before this.
I would like to thank you for listening, understanding and seeing a place where your mental model of how things work is not really correct.Great interview. Thank you for sharing. He's pointed out some very interesting things that I hadn't really considered.
The multi-variable vs uni-variable analysis.
There's no better illustration of the BS of the "gender pay gap" - than looking at the New England Patriot's quarterback - and his wife.I would like to thank you for listening, understanding and seeing a place where your mental model of how things work is not really correct.
The "gender pay gap" is one of the most vile, dishonest talking points of the left as it looks only at the gross pay gap between all men and all women. It completely ignores many variables that affect pay the most of important of which is that men and women choose different types of work. If it's dirty, dangerous, requires physical strength or takes place in the great outdoors you will overwhelmingly find men doing it.
Only yesterday I listened to a female EMT telling me for liability reasons they couldn't let me help carry my wife, who has two broken legs, into my house. After the same EMT staggered and almost dropped my wife down a flight of stairs I offered my help again and she accepted as that was the only way the two EMTs were going to be able to do their job.
That little vignette is a microcosm of the whole f***ing economy.
Exactly.Ever read some of the pay gap stuff? Goes way beyond fraud. They compare 20 year old female convenience store clerks with 20 year old union construction apprentices. Yeah no shit. How about the wage difference between male clerks and female strippers?