Anonymous: wrote:Maybe someone is offended by him mentioning some names. Fixed the count.
What a pity. I already gathered my statistical sources in case somebody wanted to argue against what I said. Guess I can delete those links now
The only person in this list that could be slightly controversial imho is Ben Chapiro because of his signature quote: "Facts don't care about your feelings". But that name should only offend SJW's and illiterate simps. So I guess everything's alright
Jordan Peterson is also controversial as his "controversy" comes from a similar background, even though all he wanted was to defend free speech, which SJW's tried to get rid of, but honestly I can't imagine how anyone could really hate this guy - teaching extremely important life lessons at harvard which he uploads to youtube. He is the pinnacle of what a man should strive to be imho. One of the most intelligent, intellectual and eloquent people alive. Hence I wouldn't be able to understand anybody actually hating him.
Thanks for keeping the count up, even if that number is something I don't care about. But I take that as a sign of good will and kindness, so thank you for that.
Back on topic:
I just recently read a study that coffee can reduce your desire to smoke. So I've been drinking a cup of coffee these past 2 days and my desire to smoke was gone for the whole day. Stopped smoking essentially 2 days ago. Feels good so far. Once I'm over cigarettes, getting rid of coffee as a replacement drug should be easy.