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Monday morning eggs over easy

by | Nov 27, 2023 | Mondays | 5 comments

Monday arrived way too damn fast. I was rather enjoying the weekend – I went skiing, and actually managed not to fall down even once, despite being 6 months out of practice; I had a burger, beer, and fries for the first time in… well, a VERY long time; I managed to get in some good times playing the HALO 3 campaign; and I made a kick-ass steak last night.

And then – BAM! the alarm went off at 6am, reminding me I had to drag my sorry carcass off to catch a train to a client site.

Things like that make you wonder whether you really get paid enough. (For the record, the answer to that question is always an emphatic NO!!!)

Nonetheless, the Great Mondaydact Browser Mulcher is here to save the say, as always. And, since it is a Monday morning, the only right and proper way to start it off is with a proper breakfast.

Since we don’t like vegans around here – AT ALL – we believe in a true and proper breakfast, involving eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and a LOT of butter. (If you are Jewish or Muslim… welp, too bad, bro.)

But… how DO your eggs actually get to the table? It is a question worth asking:

My favourite take on eggs is, of course, scrambled:

I make them with milk, which apparently is heretical, but I don’t really care – I just like the taste.

Have you ever wondered how and why eggs are graded?

Or why some eggs have yellow yolks, and others have orange ones?

Unfortunately, the eggs that you typically get at your typical breakfast joint are NOT fresh. Not at all. They are actually usually powdered or liquid eggs:

Fun fact of the day: the Russian slang for “testicles” is яйца – i.e, eggs.

And, while we’re on the subject of Russians, let’s take a look at the history of the legendary Faberge Eggs:

I have been to the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg. Twice. It is absolutely worth the trip – you can see the Faberge Eggs there, the ones that have been found and preserved.

#BasedTucker is Based

Two guys with hilarious hair, just hanging out and doing #BASED things.

(Though I personally have strong reservations about Milei himself – we shall see whether he can do even half of what he promises, and he seems to be dead set against anything to do with BRICS, which is just plain dumb.)

Death Smiles at Us All…

Dawn of Battle

The Male Brain has lots of great stuff to keep us occupied this week. We begin with a very interesting piece from Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell, about how we might win a war against aliens:

The Babylon Bee continues to do the job The New York F***ing Slimes refuses to do, by reporting on the truly nuanced goals of Hummus in the endless Israeli-Paliwali conflict:

The Onion also gets in on the game, discussing how, if we all just listened better to Gretard the Titless Troll of Trondheim, we might all avoid the looming Global Change Cooling Climate Man Warming Made thing:

Tale Foundry explains why myths and legends from the ancient world simply sort of… stopped after a while:

Another good one from them about memes:

HealthyGamerGG, who is an actual doctor as well as a gaming geek, explains the truth about discipline:

VisualEconomik EN attempts to explain why Muzzie countries are so much poorer than Western and Asian ones – even though they often sit on vast natural resource wealth:

In my view, these guys do a very crappy job of accounting for the extraordinary ability of the extremely low-IQ Izzlamist legal system and religion to retard progress of any kind. They simply do not bother to examine their own fundamental assumptions, and they try to use early Izzlamist history – almost ALL of which is FALSE – to justify their claim that Izzlamic civilisations were actually highly advanced.

This is simply not true, as Emmet Scott showed in his review of the archaeological evidence and data in Muhammad and Charlemagne Revisited, and more broadly in The Impact of Islam.

In fact, the early advances of Izzlamist civilisation came ENTIRELY from Muslim conquests of Jewish and Christian territories, and from the immense accumulated cultural capital of Persian civilisation – those who have studied Islamic history, know full well that the first 3 centuries or so of Izzlamist culture were profoundly PERSIAN in nature.

Moreover, the moment Islam ever met serious, concerted resistance, it immediately went into decline. This has ALWAYS happened, every single time.

The First Izzlamic Expansion ended in 732 AD at the Battle of Tours, thanks to Charles “The Hammer” Martel, and resulted in the long-term decline and collapse of the Islamic caliphate of the Abbasids.

The Second Izzlamic Expansion, which resulted in the conquest of Constantinople/Byzantium (modern Istanbul) in 1452 AD, then saw its naval power destroyed at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571, and then failed to complete the Second Siege of Vienna in 1683. After that, the Ottoman Empire went into prolonged and catastrophic decline for over 250 years.

Finally, this notion that the Moorish civilisation of Spain was some sort of advanced paradise, full of tolerance and progress, is utter nonsense. The conviviencia is an historical fiction, which archaeology and data simply do not support, as shown in The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise by Dario Fernandez-Morera.

Any analysis of Islam’s utter failure to put together a coherent and sensible economic system, which also ignores the idiocy inherent within that fake religion, will BY DEFINITION fail to get to the root of the problem.

Mind-Expanding Drugs

This week’s general knowledge corner is also from Dawn Pine, and is a video from everyone’s favourite busiest baldest YOOTOOBER, Simon Wheeler, discussing the Epic Cycle of Greek historical mythology, which goes FAR beyond Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey:


LRFotS Randale6 is back, with loads of craziness to keep us all busy this Monday.


Dating Taylor Swift has got to be pretty close to willingly putting your man-parts in a vise and turning the handle yourself, by this point…


Yep, they’re back. Here they take on weirdo YOOTOOBZ tech streamers:

Felix Rex aka Black Pigeon Speaks

Japan, where women’s taste in their gigolos tend to the…quasi-lesbian:

Japan does what the west dares not to do, shame fat women:

Hypothesis: importing sufficient quantities of Japanese women could force white women to do the unthinkable…compete:

[Highly unlikely. Japanese women are notoriously asexual, especially relative to their American and British counterparts. Men aren’t going to work THAT hard to get with Asian women with bad breath and wonky teeth (yes, really – some of the worst halitosis I have ever encountered is among East Asians). – Didact]

I believe that Japanese Christmas may be superior to American Christmas:

Poli-ticking Off

Mark Dice points out the hard truths about how White people made America what it is today, in the season of Thanksgiving:

Of course, it was also White religious zealots, adopting quite literally Communist and collectivist practices, that got themselves into hot water in the first place.

Thanksgiving really does show off all sides of the American character – the ingenuity, self-reliance, managerial skill, family values, and faith in God… and the narrow-mindedness, susceptibility to delusions, high-handedness, tendency to proselytise, and desire to push their culture on top of everyone else.

The dynamic duo over at Redacted analyse the now-finally-publicised footage of the Jan 6 “Insurrection”, which was plainly nothing of the sort, and are shocked by the number of Fibbies in the crowd that day:

PJW analyses the two big electoral upsets from the past week:

Of the two, the election of Wilders is probably the more consequential. Argentina is boned no matter whom the Argies vote for, whereas the election of a proper anti-Izzlamist in the Netherlands is a foundation-shaking event for the entire Euzi system.

Rulings from the Bench

Judge Nap was EXTREMELY busy in the lead-up to Thanksgiving last week, getting all of the talking heads organised. Some made more than one appearance, which was in and of itself highly impressive. We start, as usual, with Col. Douglas Macgregor, who offers up some powerful, and frightening, prognostications on what might happen with global security:

Larry Johnson and Ray McGovern did their usual excellent intel roundtable as well:

Дед Сварливый Говорит!

Grandpa Grumpuss grumps, grumpily, about the “God of War”:


Ania Konieczek had Maj. Scott Ritter on a livestream to go full-blast about what the Israelis are doing in Gaza – you’ll want to watch the volume on this one, because Scott takes the express train to Rantville here:

Ania will be taking a bit of a break over the next week, and has publicly announced she wants to find a good man with whom to have a family. I do wish her all the best in this, though I suspect she might have left it rather too late – she looks like a woman in her late thirties or early forties.

It’s All Greek To Us

The good gentlemen of The Duran unpack the total lack of strategy in the Western political hivemind:

The Bald Truth

Brian Berletic of The New Atlas did an excellent livestream with Mark Sleboda about the rapidly growing and expanding military power of the Russian military machine:

Bad Medicine

Dr. John Campbell analyses the worrying signs in the clinical data concerning depression statistics in the UK:

Dr. Suneel Dhand tries to figure out just what the hell is going on with this “new-monia” coming out of (inevitably) China:

Warriors of Faith

Tha Dizzle and Brother Rachid compare and contrast the rival phenomena of anti-Semitism and Izzlamophobia:

The term, “Islamophobia”, is actually a bit of a misnomer. Those of us (like me) who have studied Izzlam, are not actually afraid of it – we are alternately amused, appalled, and disgusted by it.

This is a low-IQ religion that makes its followers stupid, blind, deaf, and dumb – it turns some of the kindest, most decent, most caring, and just wonderful people you could ever hope to meet, into utter imbeciles. They believe the most absurd nonsense imaginable – complete fairy-tales and hogwash with no historical evidence or support whatsoever – and find themselves totally flummoxed by basic logic and reason.

Inevitably, when you confront Muzzies about their quite silly belief structures, they always resort to ad hominem, tu quoque, and reductio ad absurdum approaches to argumentation – and that is if you can get them to stick to the topic in the first place, which very few of them ever do.

It is really sad, in all honesty. I truly feel sorry for them. Over a BILLION souls will go to Hell, because they deny the divinity of Jesus, His death on the Cross, and His resurrection. They deny the fruits of the Holy Spirit, and insist on a religion of works, not faith.

Too many of them choose to be this way. Most of them, though, were simply born into this brainwashing cult, and have never figured out how to leave it. Those who do leave it, are threatened with torture and death.

In the end, the fact that Muslims MUST, by their own laws, KILL those who leave their religion, tells you everything you need to know about it.

Dr. Jay Smith from PfanderFilms and his friend Mel from Sneaker’s Corner discuss the true origins of the name, “Muhammad”:

Al-Fadi from CIRA International and Dr. Jay Smith examine the Topkapi Manuscript, one of the five major manuscripts of the Izzlamic faith, to understand how much their supposedly inviolate text has changed over the centuries:

Islam Critiqued has a book recommendation for your shelf this Christmas:

Christian Prince has LOTS of fun dissecting Tater Tits and his insistence that he is a true-blue Muzzie:

Sam Shamoun buries Mo’Lester the Paedophile Profit with his own words routinely, and seems to quite enjoy himself:

Manly Men of Manliness

Terrence Popp does a full breakdown of the Will-Jada situation, as only he can:

Man Talk roasts that Strayan chick who thought banging 300 dudes in one year was a good idea:

As always, boys, keep in mind:


(Or, in the case of that young lady up there, give you crotch-rot.)

Burn Paedowood to the Ground

Midnight’s Edge does a post-mortem of the M-She-U after the colossal failure of The Marvels:

Overlord Dicktor Van Doomcock reckons the House of the Devil Mouse might be ripe for a hostile takeover, by a company with $100B or more of cash on the balance sheet (i.e. Apple):

Gary from Nerdrotic is quite pleased about what the failure of The Marvels means for the culture wars:

The Drinker watched the latest Michael Fassbender film, The Killer, and is rather struck by what he saw:

Reading Too Much Into Things

Your “Science is F***ING WEIRD” moment of the week concerns an experiment the Russians are conducting on long-term space travel, to understand what might happen if you pack up two men and FOUR women on a voyage across the Void:

Russia kicked off another of its Scientific International Research In Unique terrestrial Station (SIRIUS) project initiatives last week, this time a 360-day isolation of individuals to imitate flight conditions of a deep space journey.

The mission is known as SIRIUS-23. The nearly year-long stint by the six-person crew is carried out under the auspices of the legendary Institute for Bio-Medical Problems (IBMP) under the Russian Academy of Sciences. Last month, IBMP celebrated 60 years of research since its establishment to investigate issues related to long-term human space exploration.

SIRIUS-23 is the fourth stage of earlier IBMP isolation experiments: SIRIUS-17 (17 days in 2017); SIRIUS-19 (120 days in 2019), with the stage-3 SIRIUS-23 mission taking place in 2021 and lasting 240 days.

The SIRIUS-23 crew entered their home-away-from-home isolation facility on Nov. 14. This set of individuals will carry out a lunar mission simulation that involves a flyby of the moon to select a landing site, multiple simulated landings of four crew members for surface operations, orbiting the moon, and carrying out tele-operation of a rover on the lunar surface.

Take a look at the picture of the crewmembers in the story. Two out of the four Russian women are genuine hotties. This raises the question everyone wants to figure out:

At what point will they start jumping each other’s bones?

Enquiring minds want to know. This is FOR SCIENCE, dammit!

Keep in mind, this is Russia. They have a rather less puritanical and hypocritical attitude to such things, than you find in the West. I believe the people behind this experiment have already factored in the possibility, and are wondering themselves how it will affect crew dynamics.

All of it reminds me of a show called Ascension, from back in the days of the SyFy Channel. It was a rather good show, albeit one that ended on a remarkably duff note. It was all about a fifty-year experiment designed to keep people in isolation on a made-up voyage to another planet, and is really quite compelling viewing:

Your long read of the week is from Alistair Crooke, who explains the manner by which Benjamin Netanyahu is manoeuvring the Fake Administration into a trap from which it cannot escape:

The sting is palpable: The Netanyahu cabinet is gradually and deliberately setting the stage for the entrapment of the Biden Administration by manoeuvring so that Washington has little choice but to join with Israel, were the war to widen.

Like in all classic tragedy, the outcome comes about because the actors involved make it happen; they have no choice, but to make it happen, because that is their nature. “Not only does the Israeli Premier dismiss any idea or request coming from Washington; Netanyahu explicitly wants the Gaza war to go on indefinitely without any political corollary”, the ex-official relates.

Consider too, Jake Sullivan’s explicit setting out of U.S. red-lines: No re-occupation of Gaza; no displacement of its population; no reduction of its territory; no political disconnection with the West Bank authorities; no alternative decision-making, save only the Palestinian – and no going back to the status quo ante.

Netanyahu simply rejects all these ‘lines’ in a single phrase: Israel, he said, would oversee and maintain “overall security responsibility” for an indefinite period of time. At a stroke, he undermines the U.S. identified end-game, leaving it to dangle in the cold winds of increasingly unsympathetic global and domestic sentiment, and the sands in the hourglass running out.

The Smotrich ‘end game’ is evident: Netanyahu is building popular domestic support towards a silent new ultimatum for Gaza: “emigration or annihilation”. This is anathema for Team Biden. America’s Middle East decades of diplomacy ‘is down the sink’.

Washington is observing with mounting unease the ‘horizontal military escalation’ across the region, and wonders whether Israel will survive this tightening noose. Yet, the U.S. has only limited means and time to constrain Israel.

Biden’s immediate backing of Israel is creating turmoil at home and entailing a political price that – with the election a year off – has consequences. It was perhaps ‘in Biden’s nature’ that he might believe he could ‘bear-hug’ Israel into compliance with U.S. interests. It is, however, not working – leaving him stuck with a scorpion on his back.

Some argue that the solution is simple: Threaten to cut off the supply of munitions or funding that are flowing to Israel. It sounds simple. It would constitute a powerful ‘threat’; but for this to happen, it would require Biden to confront the all-powerful ‘Lobby’ and its tight hold over Congress. And this is not a contest that he likely would win. Congress stand solidly with Israel.

Some suggest that a resolution in the UN Security Council could impose ‘a stop to the Gaza nightmare’. But Israel has a long history of simply ignoring such resolutions (from 1967 to 1989, the UN Security Council adopted 131 resolutions directly addressing the Arab–Israeli conflict, most of which have had little or no impact). On Wednesday this week, the UNSC approved a resolution calling for humanitarian pauses.The U.S. abstained, and most likely, the resolution will be ignored.

So might a world-wide call for a two-state solution fare any better? It hasn’t so far. Yes, theoretically the UNSC can mandate a resolution, but the U.S. Congress would ‘go nuts’ if it did, and would threaten force on anyone attempting to implement it.

However, put bluntly, the two-state rhetoric misses the point: It is not only the Islamic world that is undergoing angry popular transformation – so too is Israel. Israelis are angry and passionate, and with an overwhelming majority, approve of the annihilation in Gaza.

This conflict will end in only one of two ways – the annihilation of Israel, or of the Palestinians. It is just that simple.

And, let us be honest, the numbers favour the Arabs.

People need to understand this very clearly – the entire Arab world considers Jews to be a foreign injection of Western influence into the region. Their religion and world-view teach them to hate and persecute the Jews – that is a FACT, derived straight from their silly Sunnah.

Israel tried very hard to find a diplomatic way to break Arab support for the Palestinians, exploiting the tribalism and extremely low-trust nature of Arab psychology and society. They almost succeeded. But now they have vastly overreacted to the Oct 07 attack, and they blew their chance to marginalise the Pali-Walis forever.

This was a crucial, and very stupid, mistake. And it could result in the wholesale destruction of Israel itself.

Linkage is good for you:

And some more from Dawn Pine:

Plus a few more from Randale6:


The Neo-Tsar had a very busy week (as usual) with the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) summit in Minsk, and meetings with the Presidents of Belarus and Tajikistan:

HALO Nation

Slayergod Remy aka Mint Blitz gives credit where it is due to 343i for listening to valid consumer complaints:

Bring on the Grimdark

Deadlifts for the Dark Gods (epic channel name, that) explains the Battle of Macragge:

Scholar’s Lore looks at the Officio Assassinorum:

PancreasNoWork takes a break between insulin shots to take a few potshots at Khaine, the Eldar God of War:

That’s Not Gone Well…

Wazzocks gonna wazzock:

Comedy Hour

Meme Warfare

We begin a bunch of great dank memes from The Male Brain. First, let’s get the Israel-Hummus stuff out of the way:

No comment
I don’t believe he literally said it, but can relate
I don’t see the claim. Obsolescence !
Taibe is inside Israel. You see what we are dealing with?
As they should
Math is racist, remember?
Finally someone made a new meme out of the pic

[Any queers dumb enough to advocate for Izzlamists, really need a harsh reality check – like the ones ISIS gave homos in Iraq and Syria. – Didact]

Not a lot of flights to TLV lately
Would agree, but till the end
BBC: Scar is the real victim

[Britain should demolish every last BBC building, with the whorenalists still inside, and then salt the earth. CHANGE MY MIND. – Didact]

Right, some more general stuff now:

After enough vodka you can be anything you want
Or with other people’s money…
No one said leftist have logic embedded in them. Quite the opposite
Dude is a genius. Also she did not change the password.
Have they heard of online shopping?
I’m betting Millennial
Go figure
We can all confirm
Small change: Governments are spreading more disinformation then private citizens
Can our host confirm?

[He can. There is always a fight over who gets the last leg set in the Didactic household. – Didact]

We can wait

Plus a few more from Randale6 via China Daily:

A good point
Accurate I must say
America’s biggest industry sets off
Not funny, just sadly true
At this rate Chinese social media may be less restrictive than ours
America foreign policy in one handy picture
We wish Xi controlled Biden, we wish

Right, well, as RobertW would say:

I find cigarettes disgusting. Fortunately, that is why God invented red wine.
You can with enough guns and ammo
See? Even the dog-eaters figured it out.
I’ve been saying literally this for over 10 years now
Anyone surprised by the way the Oirish reacted to the stabbing of their children by (allegedly) an Algerian, DOES NOT KNOW THEIR HISTORY.
Well… if you look at the big picture, sure
Pfuck Pfizer

Animal Planet

Your aminules are adorkable moment of the week:

And also your animals are absolute DICKS moment of the week, to balance things out:

The Lords of Steel

Gym beast props this week go to Danny Grigsby, former Marine and all-around badass (even if he does deadlift sumo):

Ass-Kicking of the Eight Limbs

Personally, I am seriously interested in the outcome of this fight:

Superbon has trained with The Buakawminator himself – his style takes a lot of cues from The White Lotus, in fact, though he is not quite as much of a tank as his mentor was in his salad days.

Tawanchai, on the other hand, likes to fight from the outside, with extremely powerful strikes and very precise counters, all delivered with a completely calm, clinical approach.

The two styles have a lot of contrasts, so it will be fascinating to see which one wins.

They See Me Rollin’…

Palate Cleansers

Axe Me Anything

Guns & Ammo Subscription


Guitar Heroics


Gingervitis Treatments

Livin’ in the Land of the Metal Gods

Also Einstein: “I fear that someday people will post my pic on the Internet with bogus made-up quotations in Comic Sans font”
Isn’t that the chick from KALIDIA???
Yep. That’s her.

Rock Out With Your Glock Out

Cup size: AK

Hot Totty

Finally, here is your Instathot to get you going this Monday morning. This is Yulia Debolska, age 25, originally from Queef, 404-Country-Not-Found, now living in Dubai. She is a YOOTOBER and TikTokist.

The fact that she:

  • Hails from Banderastan (albeit the Russian-speaking bit);
  • Lives in Dubai (home of the infamous “sponsored” women);
  • Makes money from TEH YOOTOOBZ and TikTok;

… should tell you everything you need to know. TQ of 10, no ifs, ands, or buts.

Well, speaking of butts, here you go. Now, get yours back to work.

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    LOL, the butter vs. oils meme hits close to home for me. My wife and in-laws put margarine on everything instead of butter, and it drives me insane. I’ve told them countless times that real butter is healthier for them than that crap and gotten laughed at every time. Joke’s on them since I put tons of butter on everything

    Want a tip for making tasty scrambled eggs? Crack them into a cold pan along with at least a tablespoon and a half of butter, turn up the heat, and scramble them until it melts (this is basically what Gordon Ramsay does. although I don’t usually take them off the heat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhJFyyukAzA). They come out super fluffy and taste great.

    Know what’s even better than butter, though? Bacon grease. I personally love to cook up a few strips in a pan, drain the excess grease into a coffee mug, and then fry up 2-3 eggs in what’s left. Once you run out of bacon, take the grease mug out of the fridge and use it instead of butter to coat the pan. Dee-licious!

    • Didact

      Interesting, I’ll have to include that video in the next browser cruncher. I do wonder how well that would work with an electric hob, though (which is really annoying, I strongly prefer cooking over a gas stove myself).

      And yes, bacon grease is THE BEST. Back when I lived in the US, I kept a jar of bacon grease runoff in the kitchen. It was the PERFECT cooking fat.

  2. Bardelys the Magnificent

    Contrary to popular belief, the yolk is not the chicken. The white stuff is future chicken. The yolk is the food the chick will eat before it hatches.

    Source: trust me bro.

  3. Robert W

    Everyone should keep some hens and raise their own eggs. Even just like parrots in a pen in the house.
    Convert millions of tons of food waste into tasty tasty eggs, in your own home.

    • MrUNIVAC

      You just reminded of a great video I watched at one point – the counterpoint to the “meat is bad for the environment” Gaian nonsense is “no actually, animals are fantastic at turning things that humans either can’t eat or have no nutritional value to us, into delicious and healthy protein.”



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