The Obligatory Davis M. J. Aurini Post

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I get regular criticism (and not just from skank-ho wimminz) for not deconstructing male immorality. That criticism is justified, in part by the social milieu in which we all find ourselves. Male immorality is criticized and deconstructed on the regular, while female misbehavior is generally glossed over, excused and explained with reams of apologia from the highest authorities in our society. Moreover, this is a men’s blog. Even so, there are some examples of men who behave so abominably, whose antics are so cartoonishly ridiculous, that I just can’t help but discuss them.

Omega Virgin Revolt, the blog of a dude known as Black Pill, but more formally The Man in The Orbital Castle, appears to be dormant. It’s possible that the author has been too busy to post anything for the past year, or perhaps he started a new blog about motorcycles or model rockets, and wanted to shed his old persona. Like Wimminz and Pro-Male Anti-Feminist Tech, all my teachers appear to be wandering quietly into the fog. This is, I suppose, the natural course of things. I am grateful that the content is still up, and encourage you all to go read. Whether or not I agreed with the guy, I did learn a lot from him.

Even though OVR is inactive, the usual incel malcontents and violent pornographers are still leaving comments on the old articles. I came across something new. Davis Aurini, who recently got his YouTube account deleted (fuck you, Google) has apparently assumed the occupation of marriage and relationship counselor. Gargoyle Virgin left this comment, which is worth reading…

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Gargoyle Virgin writes:

According to him, Davis slept with his neighbor’s wife and collapsed their marriage, which had a few kids.

I can immediately confirm Aurini’s immoral antics, based on his own testimony, which I witnessed in early 2013. Unfortunately, his cringeworthy confession has been censored by our deadly enemies at Google, so I can’t share it here. That’s truly a shame, because no matter how unfavorably Davis has impressed my regular readers, the video would have remained a shocking display of just how unmanly this pathetic loser actually is.

Then Gargoyle Virgin writes:

I’m not surprised, since I recall… Davis Aurini defending Aaron Clarey’s book on how to sleep with students…

I never had the pleasure to read Aaron Clarey’s book on how to sleep with students. I have wasted an hour reading his stupid work on how a man ought to drop out of society, get on welfare, and kill himself. I also wasted an hour reading his idiotic book on how men should only study hard science. News for that dipshit: I have advanced degrees in exactly the fields he suggests, and I would have made exponentially more money had I got a liberal arts degree and a J.D.. Realtalk.

The fact that these two dorks hang out together is not at all surprising.

Attached to the comment was this video.

Aurini, who styles himself as some sort of cross between a member of the Church of Satan and Saturday Night Live’s Church Lady, has made a good living on the backs of the most gullible by pretending to have a moralizing streak.

Not only has Aurini supported himself by begging for cutter on his blog and via YouTube, he apparently crowdsourced a documentary film at some point. Rather than delivering, he allegedly took the money and disappeared. One of the people who called him out for this is a man (full disclosure) I’ve met in the real world.

For the record, I don’t know Thunderf00t well, and I’m not taking his side in this internet squabble because I’ve shaken his hand. I can say that the man behind the Thunderf00t persona is (unlike Aurini) an accomplished guy with a real career. While Thunderf00t is acting sorta silly, I tend to believe everything he’s reporting about Aurini.

A lot of young brothers find the manosphere and are immediately stunned, as I was, by the fact that people are discussing arcane and occult knowledge like how to pick up wimminz. They dive in and often simply accept the authority of hucksters like this at face value. That’s clearly a problem.

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Aurini is a goon who pretends to be a patriarch while not having any children (that he knows about.) Apparently a degree at McGill McMaster didn’t give him a clue about the definition of that word. He pretends to smoke in every photo and video, and he always palms what he claims is scotch (my guess: iced tea). Everything he does evokes a cartoonish simulacrum of masculinity. Don’t take his advice without deliberation, and don’t give him any of your money.

Edit: Apologies to McGill University for inaccurately reporting that Aurini was an alumnus. He’s not.

Author: Boxer

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17 thoughts on “The Obligatory Davis M. J. Aurini Post”

  1. I like some of Clarey’s videos on his “asshole consulting” rants. I read his book about IQ……and how to survive in this world if you are indeed like him (also everyone who watches his videos) and in that top 1% end of genius level IQ .

    I didn’t really enjoy it…..so I guess I must be ready for graham crackers and juice now for a snack……..you know, if you don’t agree with him, you might as well be on the “special bus” going to the “special school” and you should kill yourself because only the top 1% in intelligence should be alive……

  2. “…if you are indeed like him (also everyone who watches his videos) and in that top 1% end of genius level IQ .”

    LOL! Well played, sir.

  3. Thanks yo! I’ve taken the Stanford-Binet 1973 (revised) IQ Test twice. Once I administered it to myself (I was trained to be a school teacher in undergrad) and the second time I paid a professional to administer it. The Stanford-Binet 1973 revised is the “standard” and any IQ test after that *should* be questioned on its validity and accuracy.

    When I administered it to myself I had a 96 IQ (AVERAGE). Normal. Average IQ is anywhere between 90-110. This is where MOST of the population falls. MOST. Having this IQ doesn’t mean you are a tree. It doesn’t mean you can’t get a job, have a career, or a decent life. The second time when I paid a professional to administer it to me at Stanford University in 1996 I scored a 93.

    We live in a world where we “decry” a test like this, and at the same time we presume that we must be a genius, and everyone elsae is stupid. It’s a blow to the Ego when you find that you are indeed “average” in intelligence.

    It bothered me deeply at the time. How could I have an “average” IQ? I have an advanced degree! I can speak, read and write a foreign language fluently (Welsh). I know the difference between “King Kong” and “King Lear”!!! I scored decently on the ACTs in high school. You know what???? A lot of immigrants come to the USA who are “average” in intelligence and they learn English and speak their native tongue and hold / find good jobs or make a life for themself. How many of these supoosed “geniuses” speak a foreign language? Not many.

    I’ve noticed the supposed people who have genius level IQ’s seem to be some of the dumbest people I have met. They probably took an IQ Test on some webpage that “told” them they were a genius. I knew an engineer at IBM. He worked with Dr. Amdahl (pioneer in disk / magnetic storage technology in the 1950’s and 1960’s), patents. Innovator. Respected. Yes, he was brilliant……..he could think in a way that I could never achieve no matter how much I studied. Taught at Renssealer Poly, and I believe your fine institution as well Derek (RIT).

    And yet………..he had to be picked up and dropped off at an airport at the gate of departure…..why???? He couldn’t read a “timetable” on one of those screens. He freaked out once in San Jose because the gate of depatrture changed, and he was too embarassed to ask for help. That’s how “smart” he was.

    We need genius level folks. They play a very important role in society. People with this kind of intelligence and gifts not only have a potentials to fulfill, but they have a responsibility to the rest of us as leaders in their respected trades or leadership. I get it.

    However, if you indeed are a genius….and “everyone” is today (lol) you are going to need men like me to help carry out your vision. Men with other skills around you. Great your are a genius, and stupid people should “get lost and get out of the way”

    Fix your own car. Make your own dinner. Drive the bus yourself. Make the train run on time by yourself.

    Most “genius” level people just have a quick, snappy, smug answer…..this is what makes them think they are this. Anyone who throws out a high IQ number to me to impress….I usually do in my mind the standard 1.5 standard deviation below the number then subract an additional 20 to get a real IQ number (it falls between 90 and 110).

    We have to get over the problem that A grades or a college degree doesn’t make you a genius……..or that it measures how successful you will be in life…..because plenty of supposed geniuses are working at Starbucks.

  4. Thanks yo! I’ve taken the Stanford-Binet 1973 (revised) IQ Test twice. Once I administered it to myself (I was trained to be a school teacher in undergrad) and the second time I paid a professional to administer it. The Stanford-Binet 1973 revised is the “standard” and any IQ test after that *should* be questioned on its validity and accuracy.

    I was administered the same exam, in Canada, for some reason. I still have my score. I don’t consider it to mean anything.

    That’s not to say I don’t think intelligence exists. I think it does refer to an actual quality, that varies from person to person. I just don’t think some five hour test given to a kid in grade five can score it meaningfully.

    Fun fact: One of the most intelligent individuals I know is a woman, of African-American descent. Not mixed, either. Blue-black. She got perfect scores on both the GRE and the GMAT, and was in my graduate program. She’s a statistician today. Whenever I have a question about some abstract nonsense that stumps me, I call her up. She usually comes up with a novel way to solve my problem before we hang up.

    Despite her credentialed status as an absolute braniac, her life is a wreck. She’s recently divorced (cue Dalrock) because she wasn’t ‘haaaaaappy.’ Her relationships with her family are in shambles. She’s a genius, but she makes some of the stupidest fucking decisions imaginable.

    When I administered it to myself I had a 96 IQ (AVERAGE). Normal. Average IQ is anywhere between 90-110. This is where MOST of the population falls. MOST. Having this IQ doesn’t mean you are a tree. It doesn’t mean you can’t get a job, have a career, or a decent life. The second time when I paid a professional to administer it to me at Stanford University in 1996 I scored a 93.

    There was a teacher who scored ‘average’ on his IQ test. He had the results framed, and hung in his office at CalTech, and he would frequently use the document to mock and goad those students who had a poor work ethic. His name was Richard Feynman.

  5. I was administered the same exam, in Canada, for some reason. I still have my score. I don’t consider it to mean anything.

    BZZZTT! Wrong. I just dug it up.

    Wechsler Intelligence Inventory is what I took.

    Not that it matters, but I wonder why there are multiple exams?

    Most “genius” level people just have a quick, snappy, smug answer…..this is what makes them think they are this. Anyone who throws out a high IQ number to me to impress….I usually do in my mind the standard 1.5 standard deviation below the number then subract an additional 20 to get a real IQ number (it falls between 90 and 110).

    We have to get over the problem that A grades or a college degree doesn’t make you a genius……..or that it measures how successful you will be in life…..because plenty of supposed geniuses are working at Starbucks.

    I’m not some brainiac, but I have known some really bright people. Truly intelligent people seem to skew toward being nice, accessible, and humble. It’s amazing to remember different experiences, where I was awestruck at meeting some old geezer who had written something really creative and groundbreaking, and five minutes into a casual conversation I had completely forgotten my nervousness, as he turned out to be a funny, kind, decent guy who could converse at my register.

    It’s the pretenders (like Clarey) who make a point to be pretentious assholes to strangers.

  6. @Jason

    I’ve never taken an IQ test, but I’ve been in the 1st to 5th percentile for most standardized tests that I’ve taken ever since 4th or 5th grade. My son’s formal IQ is 130, so if blood tells, I’d estimate that I’m in the 120’s, but who knows? We are very similar, but he has a faster, sharper intelligence than I did at his age, but he exhibits more of the stereotypical “genius curse.” He just doesn’t have the same creativity, work ethic, or social and emotional intelligence. So he may be smarter, but he doesn’t get as good grades as I did, nor does he test as well on standardized tests. But he’s also still young, so it will be fascinating to see how he turns out.

    I think most fathers want their kids to be smarter and more successful than they were.

    “Having this IQ doesn’t mean you are a tree.”

    With your IQ in the 90s you’ve taught many things of benefit to me. I have children across the cognitive spectrum. Each child, from the lowest to high IQ has something to offer. Everyone has value.

  7. Perhaps Gunner Q would know the details better…but I got to say if I wanted to define the physiognomy of a snake oil salesman…that’s it.

    This is what a sneaky male who cucks a married man looks like.

  8. >Male immorality is criticized and deconstructed on the regular, while female misbehavior is generally glossed over, excused and explained with reams of apologia from the highest authorities in our society.

    Again, the goddess dynamic of traditionalism on display. It’s why I tend to not directly focus on men so much on my blog, save the usual beta garbage that most all men do. Because everyone else does, while ignoring the wimminz. Honestly though I can’t say a majority of the men are entirely upright as Aurini illustrates. Unfortunately, pointing this out opens up the “but men do this…” whining from the women in trying to excuse their own actions from any scrutiny. After all, if men do it, then women should be able to do it too and get a free pass for it besides.

    My big interest is more guys like Aurini’s neighbor that probably get blamed for driving their wives into arms of such wastes of life like Aurini, instead of commiserated with for what the wive did in torpedoing the marriage. Of course, he may have got his justice with the wife from the divorce, but it’s a lot more likely he got his ass handed to him.

    Unfortunately, the major problem with the lack of justice in this world is that there are always willing men out there to capitalize on it and scam others out of more than they’ve always been taken. After all, the sharks always prey on the weak. Seeing so much of it within the church and out is part of the reason why I’ve never accepted any money via donation/Patreon or anything like that, despite that money represents a lot of the reason why I haven’t been able to do a lot more content over the years than I have.

    At least one comfort I got from being a Christian is that there will be a day that all this garbage will be sorted out and everyone will be made to answer for what they’ve done.

  9. “Not that it matters, but I wonder why there are multiple exams?”

    The IQ score maps to a percentile. Weschler uses a 15SD scale and Stanford-Binet a 16SD scale, so the scores are not directly comparable. Or put another way, it’s harder to get a high (or low) score on the Weschler. For example, my son got a 133 score, or 98.6th percentile, on the WISC-V, the fifth edition Weschler IQ test for children. On a Stanford-Binet, that score would only be 98.0th percentile.

    Different tests test different things, but since they are all normed you get performance compared to the population. The more tests you have, the more accurately you can judge relative intelligence. Science tells us that such tests have significant predictive value, better than most (all?) other predictive metrics, so there is value in multiple exams.

    I find personality tests to be quite useful. I’m a dual ENTP and ENFP and you can learn a lot about me just by knowing that. The fact that I used to be a dual INTP/INFP reveals some of the story of my life.

  10. “why there are multiple exams?”

    On a 16SD test, like Stanford-Binet, there are roughly 200 points difference between the highest and lowest possible scores. This implies that a test must have a minimum of 200 equal weighted questions just to have the minimum resolution required.

    The difference between the 10th and 90th percentiles (90% of the population) is differentiated by only 20% of the questions. This makes the test incredibly accurate for most of the population, because it absorbs variability and error. But it is approaches uselessness for anything higher than the 98th or 99th percentile. The error bars exceed the resolution of the test. Having a cold on the day of the test, having your sleep interrupted by a bird at your window, or taking a test prep course may be enough to throw your results significantly without changing who actually are.

    You would need an order of magnitude more questions to adequately and accurately test for genius level intelligence. More questions or multiple tests help accomplish this goal, at least from the individual perspective.

    For good reason, few standardized tests attempt to break down the scores into fractional percentiles.

    All this to say that non-average IQ scores are not statistically strong enough be waved around for bragging rights, especially those done with a non-normed, 50-question online version.

  11. I was a low “B” student in high school overall. No “brilliance” here. I got A’s in history / social studies (including art history and architecture). I had to STUDY. I mean really STUDY to pull C’s in high maths like pre-calc and calculus. I liked Geometry. Undergrad I pulled A’s in some classes (history, a few of my core major classes, and a really good into to psycholgy class focusing on WIlliam James). B student……..and I had the D=Diploma attitude for my general math, and some science classes. I did surprisngly well in muisc theory.

    Grad school. Solid B’s and I had to STUDY. I mean really STUDY to pull them. It was work, and I wasn’t in some dynamic field (Technical Communications, a very, very ‘easy’ major at my grad school….the butt of jokes if truth be told).

    If I had to learn Welsh on my own, I would have never learned it. My mother taught me from birth, so it was just a thing I grew up with. I don’t use it that much and I can still read and write it, but when I have been in Skype speaking it, I do know I am not sounding like a native.

    The key to me somehow holding my own in this world in the end was the very strong and tidy work ethic that was instilled in me from birth. I was required to work during the summers home from high school and college in New York State, you could work at 15 (1980’s….now it’s 16 or 17)…….and in college, my parents would not let me come home if I didn’t have GAP lined up for the summer. Brad school I worked a full time job at a VERY busy pub pouring wine and drawing beer. I lost everything after IBM…….needed a job. Burned my bridges. Wrecked everything. Hello 7-11. Hello standing at Walmart for ‘day jobs’ harvesting almonds, or cabbage, or carrotts. Hello mopping floors and scrubbing toilets at the Salvation Army. No shame in a job, and I would have been more ashamed if I had to go on on welfare. No job was beneath me.

    My two pattents at IBM were nothing groundbreaking, or world changing. I invented a tool to pop-off the elastic bands that held magnetic tape reels closed and airtight in their respected casing without wrecking it. The other was a process change. The failure rate on our MR sliders on the test lines were very high. I looked at the process, tested on my own, and submitted to engineering “just switch the wash process after the manual cleaning of the sliders” the failure rate dropped by 60% immediately.

  12. Lol Boxer…….I like that teacher! Clarey’s book about “having an amazing high IQ and dealing with this world” (meaning, dealing with us common folks, who have really no business existing because of our normal IQ) was well written, but for every so called genius I have met….none are splitting atoms or are locked in bunker at gunpoint deep in the bowles of John Hopkins being told “find a cure for cancer or we’ll kill you!!!”

    It’s always. ALWAYS some guy or girl in a solid profession lecturing me about how smart they are. Saw it in San Francisco frequently. Guys who had every solution to every problem in the world solved “simply” and “easily” but couldn’t kick a cocaine addiction. Their home was a filthy mess, not cluttered, but filthy “geniuses are actually very orgainzed in their mess” (piss stains inside the toilet bowl I guess mean genius now). What I saw was just “I’m a genius, I have a right to be lazy”

    I fully admit I have been in conversations that have been WAY over my head, and I blame some of that not on my IQ, but for the drug use and abuse (and let me tell you……you are NEVER the same after you take some high grade LSD…..even now with my taxes now, the guy is telling me all these numbers and scales and and he say “you follow me right?” I nod my head yes, but inside I am screaming “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I don’t!!!)

    I don’t care how genius a person is…….drug abuse DOES affect a few things……..usually concepts and some deep cognitive thought, and some reasoning. Hence the insanity we see today with people who have been on behavior meds for twenty plus years…..

  13. Lol Boxer…….I like that teacher! Clarey’s book about “having an amazing high IQ and dealing with this world” (meaning, dealing with us common folks, who have really no business existing because of our normal IQ) was well written, but for every so called genius I have met….none are splitting atoms or are locked in bunker at gunpoint deep in the bowles of John Hopkins being told “find a cure for cancer or we’ll kill you!!!”

    Clarey isn’t a genius. While I suspect that Aurini is of average intelligence (and possibly ‘bright normal’), Clarey is far duller than average, based on his behavior and the quality of the books I’ve read. I don’t know how the “I’m a genius” tome works itself out, but Clarey is so dull that his schtick would only make sense if he were putting on an act, making fun of the other “big dawgs of the dork enlightenment”. I used to be open to the possibility that this was the case, but after a while, I realized that it was impossible.

    The simplest way I can support this contention is in comparing these two scumbags. Clarey lives out of his car and crashes on friends’ couches for years, hobo style, because he’s too lazy to work. Aurini is also too lazy to work, but Aurini is clever enough to grift out a good living, riding the coattails of more productive men, all while evading the police investigation that surely ought to be taking place, and pretending to drink scotch while making YouTube videos in his high-end apartment.

    And, again, this isn’t some sort of elitism. I have a great deal of respect for people who take the cards they’ve been dealt and carve out a space for themselves. Most of those people are average, and many of them are below average. The men who work hard to be their best selves and keep society going are the same men I’m honored to hang with in most of the internet fora I frequent.

    Davis needs to buckle down, get a job in an office someplace, and start paying back the money he swindled from better men. He also needs to quit fucking his friends’ wives. (How did her husband’s cock taste, homey?)

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