7 Things That Will Sharply Boost Your Cognitive Function

Via The Daily Wire:

An African-American graduate student at the University of Missouri was suspended after asking a white woman on a date. He had been previously accused of sexual misconduct, but was found not responsible. He claims an administrator told him during the first investigation that he “looked like someone who might commit sexual assault.”

He was never accused of sexual assault.

The student, identified in court documents as John Doe, was a doctoral candidate in Cultural Anthropology, and took dance fitness classes at the Student Recreation Center. During the 2015-2016 school year, John developed what he thought was a friendship with a female fitness class instructor (The Daily Wire is not naming her since it is not naming the accused student). John asked the instructor on a date in April 2016, and claims she said she was busy but discussed going out later that month. On April 18, she sent John a message asking him “to stop making romantic advances toward her,” according to his lawsuit. She did, however, indicate that she still wanted him to attend her dance classes and wanted their friendship to remain professional.

John apologized and said he would keep their relationship professional. That fall, he asked the instructor to recommend YouTube videos that could help him improve his dance technique. She suggested he take private lessons, but that she did not teach private lessons. For the next week, the instructor avoided John during her classes.

On October 14, 2016, John gave the instructor a three-page letter “apologizing for being awkward around her, expressing sincere feelings for her, and asking [her] what if anything she wanted from Plaintiff,” according to his lawsuit.

After this, Rec Center Associate Director Emily Bach McElwaine told Mizzou’s Title IX office that John had harassed and stalked four women who worked at the rec center, including the instructor. She apparently sent in allegations on behalf of three other women.

On October 20, the instructor was interviewed and said that John’s communications were “bizarre” and made her “uncomfortable.” On November 7, 2016, Title IX investigator Amber Lammers sent John a notice that he was being investigated for sexual harassment and stalking. John said during his interview with Lammers that he was concerned about the involvement of Salama Gallimore, who had, according to John, told him during a previous Title IX investigation that he “looked like someone who might commit sexual assault.” John was assured Gallimore would not be involved in this investigation.

The final report on the recent investigation included an interview with John’s dance class instructor, but none of the three other women he allegedly stalked. John was asked if he wanted a formal or informal resolution process. He opted for informal, which allowed Assistant Vice Provost for Civil Rights and Title IX Ellen Eardley to make a determination based on her review of the Investigation Report.

The marginalization of heterosexuality continues with a newly invented term “stare rape”

Eardley sent John a notice in February 2017 giving him one final chance to request a formal resolution, which would include a hearing and the chance for he, the school, and his accuser to call witnesses. He declined.

On March 15, John was told he had violated the school’s policy on sexual harassment and stalking. He believed Gallimore played a role because the findings were based on his previous investigation — during which he was found not responsible. The findings indicated that his previous disciplinary history supported the accusation, because even though he was found not responsible, he “failed to learn from his previous warning regarding his conduct with an undergraduate female student.”

To be clear, his “previous warning” was an accusation that he had invited an undergraduate female student to office hours and implied that he would exchange exam answers for sexual favors, for which he was found not responsible.

Using the previous investigation to substantiate the current investigation, John was suspended for four years and banned from the Rec Center and residential halls. John says he was surprised by the severity of the punishment, and would have opted for the formal resolution if he had known that he faced such serious consequences. He appealed the findings, but those findings were upheld, although his punishment was shortened from four years to two. The suspension still terminated his participation in his doctoral program, effectively ending his academic career.

We just raped you with this photo

He sued on multiple grounds, including violation of due process rights, sex and race-based discrimination, and argued that the rules on harassment and stalking were too vague.

Mizzou attempted to dismiss the lawsuit, but U.S. District Court Judge Brian C. Wimes upheld many of John’s claims, including claims that he was retaliated against for exercising his First Amendment rights in sending his dance instructor that letter, the school’s policy against stalking was too vague, part of his due process claims, and his race-related claims.

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31 thoughts on “7 Things That Will Sharply Boost Your Cognitive Function”

    1. Went to the extremely slow-loading website, and nothing about a money back guarantee. Imagine that.

  1. What a load of fucking shite !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thinly veiled advertising and a serious crock of fucking shit.
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        1. It is an outright advertisement, not at all veiled. ROK needs to make money to exist it is a sponsored article.

    1. In all fairness, this stuff DOES work. They happen to be ingredients in numerous cognitive enhancing formulations / supplements, such as Qualia, for instance.

    2. Calm down there, snowflake, RoK has to keep existing somehow, and they have no Soros money…

  2. One thing is for sure. If your going to write an article on substances that are unfamiliar with most readers, at least describe where we can obtain them or how we can include and prepare them in our diets.

  3. I look forward to storing a bottle of gBoost right next to the sacks of Kratom that have been collecting dust in my cupboard for the last two years.

  4. ummm. it says “sponsored article”, if your attentions span allows you to read that much…Just saying…
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  5. Ginkgo is OK, but before putting these chemicals in your body try waking up early and heading to the local reservoir for a swim, that should be all the ‘boost’ that you need.

  6. Listen guys… virtually ZERO over-the-counter supplements do what they are claimed to do. I don’t care if it’s supplements to “increase” T levels, “increase” cognitive function, “lose belly fat”, or whatever. Don’t waste your money or time with any of these.

  7. I was hoping for something like; work your way through a college algebra book, build the shit that primitive technology on youtube builds, read Ian Flemming, practice your shooting, meditate 20 min a day etc…
    But what I read instead is; just pop all these pills and drugs bro.
    ROK is losing its edge.
    When everything was veering far right in 2016, ROK should have gone with that flow. That was cool and fun. But instead it stayed behind in stagnation.

    1. Yes, mentally and physically stretching can useful to build and maintain, _where_ relevant and time effective, but as you get older you will find some pills, capsules, and even some neotropics (see https://www.nootropedia.com ) increasingly useful to limit and compensate for declines and imbalances…
      The selective breeding and mono-cultures of agricultural are a double edged sword, so we should eat a more Paleo/Keto diet, including preferring sea protein, to reduce the collateral damage on our selves.
      ROK has had varying quality for at least 2 years, including harmfully Black Pill depressing articles about human nature, and WTF noise, but there is still some higher quality constructive content and comments. It really needs some decent editorial quality control now.
      Yes, “far Right” Alt-Right was inevitable and complementary, including censored Daily Stormer e.g. recently gained the Fight Club author as a reader.

  8. I dont think mixing a bunch of unknown drugs tovether abd ingesting it is the greatest idea

  9. I have tried DMAE in the past and I can say without a shade of doubt that it works. Can’t say much about the others because I haven’t tried them but as someone who picks mushrooms when it’s season I have heard nothing but good things about lion’s mane.
    Thank you for remembering me how great nootropics made me feel in the past. I might buy some again in the next months.

  10. Do you know what American Babyboomers used to acquire so much wealth and brainpower from the time the first babyboomer entered the workplace in 1963, they drank Folgers Coffee in little Styrofoam cups, got Vitamin D from the sun in a clear, non-chemtrailed sky, ate runny eggs and T-bone steaks (medium rare) at some drive-in diner and went to work against their fellow American man while putting Friday’s paycheck into s Savings Account that garnered interest year-after-year-after-year. They did have some BAD INFLATION after conflicts in the Mid East and going off the GOld Standard after 1973 had ONE BIG RECESSION: 1982 and a smaller one in 1991. THAT WAS IT!!!
    Go and measure your forehead length: If its at least 2 inches or more in length (a High Forehead) and not a low slope like your average Hispanic, Arab, Appalachian/Midwest Inbred or black, you probably have at least a 100 plus IQ. There should be plenty of brain packed in their…Use it! Stay off the goddamn prescription pills and try to get plenty of fresh sunshine. And I don’t like babyboomers! They’ve done so many things to set this country back! However, at least they put a roof over your head. This Gen X’er wants you to do the same for your son!

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