No Pokey

Trigger warning: divisive material. Salty insane Mainer is salty.

Why do I love the George Rex Flag? What were some of the reasons Yankees said no to Popery? Let's count a few of them.

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Working Ecstasy

Have some unfiltered esoteric Yankee Odinism to cure your happy humpday blues. Or not. Whatever floats your boat or sinks your dinghy.

Anglo Baby Names

From ye olde logbook from when this blog was still called the Spergbox. If making babies is the first of the Fourteen Words, than let us make good on the Latin “nomen est omen.” Stay weird, reader.

The Serpent's Loft

The following names are in bulk taken from a book called the Onomasticum Anglo-Saxonicum. They are joined by my own additions. The hope here is this list serves as a suitable inspiration to those seeking to find names that befit their presumptive Anglo legacy.  You know, assuming one wants a name to suit their legacy- whatever floats your boat or sinks your dinghy.

Ainar (from Einar)
Albert = Warrior’s Beard
Alfred = Warrior’s Counsel
Beorn = Bear from Old Norse Björn
Carl = Carl [was a title of rank below Earl/Jarl]
Cetil = Kettle
Dag/Dæg = Day
Dæne/Dane/Dene = Dane
Eadgar/Edgar = Noble Spear
Edmund = Noble Mouth
Edred = Noble Counsel
Edward = Guardian of Nobility
Egel (from Egil)
Eric = Honourable Ruler
Estan = Anglicised Hæsten
Finn (You saw it here, Leprechauns!)
Gunar /Gunner
Hæsten = Old Danish for Horse
Herman = Lord among…

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The Monstrosity of Freedom

Cue the Nietzsche quote. I don't care which one. A ditty about men, monsters and the blurry line which is neither thin, nor blue - speaking of social regulations.