ManOfAllCreation
ManOfAllCreation
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  • Muted Muted
    Muted Muted 9 months ago

    ManOfAllCreation, what's the outro song in the video Breast vs Bottle Feeding | Jordan Peterson?

  • calicoD
    calicoD 9 months ago

    ManOfAllCreation, what is the name of the song playing at the end of the video entitled: Jordan Peterson: Romance is For Young People. It would be great if you could tell us. Thank you.

  • ThePlatinumMatt
    ThePlatinumMatt 9 months ago

    What's your outro song?

  • TheEgg185
    TheEgg185 10 months ago

    It looks like you changed your picture. Please bring back the cat and keep it in the corner of your videos. I would hate to see it replaced with "feels guy".

    • ManOfAllCreation
      ManOfAllCreation 10 months ago

      Thanks for the input, I'll probably consider it. Tbh I didn't even know where this current picture was from, I just thought it was funny.

  • Dexter Haven
    Dexter Haven 10 months ago

    Jordan Peterson!!

  • URobert0000
    URobert0000 10 months ago

    To Andrew (Man of Creation) or anyone else : Can you identify the (song and artist) that plays at the very end of the Mark Steyn interview of Jordan Petersen entitled "Is it Game Over"

    • T'was an old username and I'll change it soon.
      T'was an old username and I'll change it soon. 9 months ago

      As someone who has watched that show twice, I have to say that that soundtrack perhaps isn't from Shin Sekai Yori. It does sound like it would be from the anime Shin Sekai Yori, but if it were, I think it would be distinct enough for me to identify it.

    • Based Otter
      Based Otter 10 months ago

      Its from Shinsekai Yori an anime. I think there is a video or two on youtube with its OST. EDIT: (I am almost SURE its from that anime. However I can't find that damned song. I am legitimately MAD. ) Update: (There is no video that has it that I can find excluding this one. I looked for like a hour but couldn't find it so maybe I am wrong... .)

  • ɅRCHE TYPE
    ɅRCHE TYPE 11 months ago

    Why use Happy as your masscot?

  • Luke Redstar
    Luke Redstar 11 months ago

    I side with Christian culture, so long as we take down the monsters in this world. However, I have a problem with the bible insisting that the world was made in six days. I used to think to myself, "Well, how long is one day to God?" as an apologetic. One day I looked in the mirror, but my mind was somewhere else. I saw a great beast with a long neck, a dinosaur, grazing on leaves from off the tops of massive, ancient trees. That beast must have been many decades old. The trees they ate from must have been perhaps a few hundred years old. It was a peaceful scene. I then snapped out of it, and saw myself in the mirror. I was about to shave for work. I looked myself in the eyes and said, "The world in six days is horseshit." You see, I couldn't keep apologizing for the bible. Talking snakes, virgin mothers, and zombie messiahs are ridiculous to me. I can no longer stand by the resurrection of Jesus than I can stand by a flying horse carrying Mohammed into heaven. I see Christians don't read their book, and part of that angers me, and part of it pleases me, because we are such incredible fools. I do say if a fool read the bible, they would fall for it hook line and sinker. They might even cause fist fights or kill each other based on petty arguments or differences in interpretation. Then again, we did have a thousand years of dark ages thanks to a combination of bible-born tyranny and Islamic aggression. The evils of the church far outweigh the value of even all the sum of their pretty, beguiling churches, but still, we have these churches that serve as community centers, where no more blood is shed. In our quiet suburban communities, we congregate, we talk about issues, we feed each other and do good, but we cling ever so stubbornly on these imaginary friends. We make attempts to appeal to an empty sky, to an unearthly God, for worldly things, and when these small, easily attained and mundane things are brought to use - like a recovery from a disease or a spot of money in a time of need - we don't credit the world around us or the people who provided our meager acquiescence, we credit an imaginary friend, because surely, to get a spot of luck must have been an answered prayer and not a mundane, worldly need that anyone can attain. In the end, I see fighting, I see stupidity, and I see good people being sold excuses to hate each other via the holy vendors.

    • ɅRCHE TYPE
      ɅRCHE TYPE 11 months ago

      It's your fault for reading a religious text litterally. You can't do that if you want to extract from it the maximum possible value. Try applying that litteralist reading to a pollytheistic religion and see where it gets you. How stupid do you imagine the archetects of the ancient world to be? The Secular, Democratic systems of the West weren't invented, they evolved. You could not have them without the traditional value systems which came before, and Christianity was key in that evolution. If you want to see fighting, stupidity, mindless bloodshed, millions of corpses arraid like a warning sign, look no farther than the 20th century. Communism, Nationalism, any of the ideologies created in the death of traditional value systems, didn't evolve like Liberalism or any principles of the free world. These ideologies were imposed, and the cost was severe. Culture is old and dead, just as it has always been. If you don't travel to the underworld to return some inkling of wisdom in exchange for the world the old, dead, past has provided you, then you alow the following generations to build their houses on sand.